It publish a virtual printer in the user's environment. These jobs sent to the virtual printer are maintained and stored in the user's work environment. These jobs sent to the virtual printer are kept in the user's work environment.
The user can list the jobs. he can select and view its properties. He can see when a job expires and will be deleted. He can modify the properties and select which jobs to delete or select which jobs to release, allowing the user to select the printer through which they want to print the jobs. The user when releasing the jobs can choose to delete the jobs or keep them stored. Stored jobs will remain for a maximum time and then will be automatically deleted.
The user will be able to consult a history of the jobs printed in the last x Days, with accounting information of the jobs.
These service features may be available in the Microsoft Graph for device manufacturers and software developers to integrate into their systems. Therefore, a device manufacturer can integrate the virtual printer to incorporate the printing service into secure printing processes on devices that use Microsoft Graph access control and device authentication systems to access the service with a single sign-on.