OS X 10.13.6 and following versions
Due to compatibility issues between MacOS SpoolSS (SMB) and the SMB implemenation on Windows Server, we recommend using IPP instead of SMB.
If you are affected by issues since the Windows Server upgrade (September 25th pia01.d.ethz / October 2nd pia02.d.ethz.ch) or unable to print after upgrading to Sonoma, we recommend using IPPS.
The drivers are available at:
You can install the Follow-Me queue card-stud with this shell command (copy the entire line and paste it into Terminal.app):
Card-stud (available on all student printers)
After a fresh installation, the first job might fail, this can be fixed by deleting the job and resuming the queue. The next job should work.
How to add a Printer to your personal device (macOS):
Installation via the System Control panel
Requirements and restrictions
local administrator rights (usually available),
Download and install the driver package:
Open System Preferences and then select 'Printers & Scanners':
Click on the plus symbol in the lower left-hand corner...
Press the Control key and right-click the tool bar, select
'Customize Toolbar' in the menu that appears.
Use the mouse to drag the option 'Advanced' onto the tool bar. Close the dialogue window by clicking the "Done" button.
Click on "Advanced".
Select the required printer and open "Options & Supplies...".
Configure the printer as follows:
Tray4: HP 520-Sheet Input Tray
Tray5: HP 520-Sheet Input Tray
Tray6: HP 3000-Sheet Input Tray
The actual installation is now complete. When sending your first print job you will be asked for your login details, the AD login is needed here.
Optionally, the password can be saved in your keychain, which is done by ticking the checkbox "Remember this password in my keychain".