Installing Mobility Print on MacOS Computers

This document explains how to install Mobility Print on MacOS computers for printing on university lab printers.

Mobility Print is a mobile app that OIT uses to allow students and Rice employees to print to Rice lab printers from their personal devices (i.e. Students can send documents to their college's computer lab or Fondren Library for printing). 

Note: you must be connected to the Rice network, either on campus or via VPN.

1. Go to https://owlprinting.rice.edu:9164/setup and click the "Download" button. Double-click the PaperCut Mobility Print client package to begin installation process.

Screen showing PaperCut Mobility Print Client.pkg icon
2. Follow the prompts during the installation process.

Screen showing the installation window click continue to proceed
Screen showing the software license agreement, click continue
Screen showing the Software License Agreement with a dialog box click agree
Screen to change install location and then click the install button.
3. Enter local admin credentials (which are the username and password of your iOS account) if prompted.
Window to Enter user name and password and click Install Software button.
Screen showing that the installation was successful. Clock ok


4. Once completed, printers will be installed on your device. When you are printing for the first time, a prompt for credentials will pop-up. Enter NetID credentials as ADRICE\netid (replacing netid with your actual NetID. For example, if your etID is ab3, enter ADRICE\ab3). Enter your NetID password and press the OK button.
Screen to enter your rice netid and password
The print dialog box allows you to select a printer from the printer dropdown menu
Screen displaying multiple printers to select
For more support, please contact the OIT Help Desk

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Keywords:macos, mac, mac os, mobility print, mobilityprint, PaperCut, paper cut, printing   Doc ID:109788
Owner:Enrique H.Group:Rice University
Created:2021-03-22 10:17 CSTUpdated:2022-10-26 12:33 CST
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