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Managing Multifunction Devices

Several tools are available to help departments better manage multifunction devices (MFDs). These tools can be used by departmental technical support staff and Fiscal Authorized Contacts (FAC) to manage devices and billing in a secure, efficient fashion. If you are a departmental technical support staff person or a FAC, please review the following information to see what options are available to assist you.

Multifunction Device Administration Training

Multifunction device administration training is available for both departmental technical support staff and FACs. To request training on PaperCut Administration for FACs, please email your request to training@ku.edu. To request technical training on multifunction devices, please email your request to mfdservice@ku.edu.

Departmental Technical Support Staff

Departmental technical support staff are responsible for technical management of multifunction devices. The following KU IT Knowledge articles will help you manage multifunction devices in your department.

Fiscal Authorized Contacts (FACs)

Departmental FACs are responsible for tracking costs and billing associated with multifunction devices. The following KU IT Knowledge articles will help you printing costs and billing in your department.

To complete the following tasks you need to log in to the PaperCut Admin Tool.


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