|I'm using Windows XP Pro and I have two user accounts: the standard "Administrator" account, which is obviously a part of the "Administrators" group, and a user called "Public", which is also a part of the "Administrators" group.|
I have one printer connected to this computer.
I would like to make it so that the "Public" user account can print, but not in color. I already made it so grayscale is the default, but I also want to make it so the user doesn't even have the option to change it to color. Furthermore, I would like the "Administrator" account to retain the ability to manage the printer and print in color.
It seems like this should be possible using the "Security" tab of the printer properties, but after tinkering around with it, I haven't had success. Any thoughts? Thanks!