Setting Printer Group in DLP Endpoints

Brass Contributor

Microsoft's DLP Endpoint isn't properly recognizing a specific printer despite setting the friendly name and IP address, but it does work when you set the printer type as "Corporate Printer".  Since DLP Endpoint is recognizing the printer when it is set as a "Corporate Printer", it suggests that the printer is indeed reachable and identifiable by the system. However, isolating a specific printer seems to be the challenge here. Anybody have a solution?  

Thanks in advance.

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can further elaborate on specific printer?

It's a HP Laser Jet. I am wondering if DLP Endpoint can only interact at the top layer of the network stack. Have you tried to successfully set the IP Address? Thanks.