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Install the Student Printers (Mac)

Bishop O'Dowd uses a system called FollowMe-Printer, which allows you to print your document from a printer of your choice by logging into the system from the printer. This gives you the freedom to print and pick up your document at your convenience. 

To Install the Printer on a Mac:

  1. Click here to access the FollowMe-Printer driver. Download and save the driver to your computer. (If you get a warning that the file might be dangerous, click Download Anyway.)
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  2. Go to your Downloads folder (or wherever you saved the driver) and click to open it. This should mount the driver on your desktop.
  3. Click the Apple icon in the top left corner of your computer, then click System Settings then search for Printers & Scanners.
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  4. Click the Add Printer, Scanner or Fax button then select the globe icon on the Add Printer window. Fill out the Add Printer info exactly as you see here:
    Address: 172.16.254.85
    Protocol: Line Printer Daemon - LPD
    Queue: FollowMe-Printer
    Use: Select Software... then select Kyocera TASKalfa 6501i (KPDL)
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  5. The printer will now be installed.

Confirm and Send Your Account Name

  1. To verify your computer account name, locate and open the Finder app on your computer. Screenshot 2024-05-06 at 12.25.04 PM.png
  2. Then, on the top menu of your screen, click Go and then select Home from the dropdown menu. Screenshot 2024-05-06 at 12.35.18 PM.png
  3. Your account name will be on the top of the Finder window. Take note of your account name. Here is an example below:
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  4. Using your school email address, send the following email to techsupport@bishopodowd.org:
    Subject: Mac Account Name for Papercut
    Body: Please add my account name to my Papercut account: <<Account name>>
    You will receive confirmation from the Tech Department when your account is active.

If you need assistance installing the printer on your Mac, come to room 209 to visit the Tech Department.

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