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Printing System Upgrade
Please note that there has been a printing system upgrade.
Cash deposits should no longer be made at the cashier’s office but at the ICAM CASH ACCEPTING TERMINALS (KUDU BUCKS TERMINALS AVAILABLE CAMPUS WIDE).
You can validate cash deposits made by means of login to a faculty student printer.
Process to follow:
Login to Faculty Student Printer by means of Pin Number (8 digit pin – add preceding zero’s to your original pin) or Swipe Student Card in front of the Printer. If your swipe facility does not work kindly inform IT at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide your student number, name and surname.
Under Account Selection two Options will be presented:
Option 1: Your Name / Student Number (only for SCMD3000-6000 / GEMP 1-4 students)
a) For preloaded printing credits (loaded by CHSE)
b) Students should make every attempt to use all funds from this account by the end of the year (2011), as we would like to switch to the KUDU BUCKS system from 3 January 2012
Option 2: KUDU BUCKS (all registered students)
a) Select this option to validate that the cash deposit made at the KUDU BUCKS TERMINAL reflects under this account option
General Printing information
* If you wish to print in black and white from a colour device please go to:
a) Printers and Faxes on the computer you are sending the print job from
b) Right click on the colour printer – go to properties
c) Click on the General tab – click on printer preferences
d) Under the Setup tab: Colour / Black and White – select Black and White
e) Click OK
f) These jobs will now be charged at a black and white rate upon a system recalculation as this is a colour device by default
The printing rates are:
Black-white A4 = R0.35Colour A4 = R3.00
Please note that all print jobs can be stored for 72 hours on the system before releasing them. After this period expires the system will automatically delete your print job.
Please note that printing credits will be carried over from year to year BUT students should ensure that they use their printing credits by the end of their final year as credits are non refundable.
KBT (KUDU BUCKS TERMINALS) Shut down
Please note that all the KBT’s will be shut down on the 09th December 2011. The KBT’s will be reactivated during the week of 03 to 06 January 2012.
All monies must be deposited before the shut down date for facilities such as photocopying, printing and fines that need to be paid during this period. Note that funds already loaded on cards can be spent during this period.
For any enquiries, please contact the ICAM Office on the 2nd Floor, Senate House, SH2032/5 or call 011 717 1872/5
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