Sep 29 2020 10:58 PM
Oct 21 2020 11:20 AM
@OrangeOdi Some partners have already released firmware for their existing compatible printers. Some others have announced that they will be supporting soon. You can look navigate to partner specific announcements from https://aka.ms/UniversalPrint.
To get the list of printers and timelines, you may have to follow-up with partners directly.
Feb 09 2021 10:04 AM
@Carol Chisholm, have you tried clicking on some of the hardware manufacturer's names on the page and then gone to their portal? For example:
Lexmark has this link - Universal Print Ready Printers and Universal Print Compatible Printers
Canon has links - www.usa.canon.com/simplyadvanced (USA) and https://www.canon-europe.com/business-printers-and-faxes/imagerunner-advance-dx/ (EMEA).
Let us know if that helps.
Feb 09 2021 10:10 AM
@Saurabh_Bansal It's really a terminology issue. HP and Citrix and all sorts of other people have products called "Universal Print" or something similar. Since you don't brand as Office365 or Azure or Microsoft it is quite hard to identify. I will keep trying.
Also finding what firmware updates might make thinks compatible is not that easy.
Feb 09 2021 12:09 PM
@Saurabh_Bansal that's fine, sounds like I just need to be patient. Reminiscing I remember that one of the main things that drove Windows adoption (back in the days of Windows for Workgroups) was built in printer drivers and fonts.
And tell the branding people to put Azure or 365 in the product name, so Bing and Google can find it.
Feb 09 2021 09:49 PM
Feb 11 2021 03:33 AM