Printing issue is solved. Helpdesk knows the solution, in the process of making instructions that can be posted at printers/distributed to teachers.

Last year, a high impact vulnerability was discovered with Windows that allowed attackers to take over an organization's entire infrastructure using the organization's print server. In response, Microsoft has tightened down printing considerably , requiring elevated rights to install printers. This is a huge pain for our students, because that means to print they have to have a printer installed by someone in their building with admin rights.


We're at working trying to make the primary printers at each school self-installable by students. We've had some successful proof-of-concepts, but our attempts so far haven't worked with PaperCut, our printer management software. This would prevent students from having printing limits, and they would be able to print anonymously. 


We're actively at work on this problem