Remote print allows you to print documents and graphics to a printer that is not physically located in your office or building. Remote print uses the Internet or your private WAN to transmit print jobs to a printer that can be as close as across the street, or as far as across the world.
A typical remote print application is a sales office that prints sales orders or picking tickets to a distribution center that is located in another city.
Remote print operates software-independent and does not require a dedicated server. It is compatible with routers, firewalls and IP filters.