PrinterSetup is designed to simplify the management of printers on a small- to medium-sized network. It has been designed with the goal of keeping printer deployment feasible as the network grows in size you add more printers to the network, or as many system administrators who are not not already using printer setup dread a printer being moved from one place to another. Possibly on a remote site, which you also manage.
Manuel Deschambault, a sysadmin for an educational site in St-Hyacinthe, Quebec, gave it a thumbs up. He said he used it to manage 700 Macs.
Its beta, so some blood and sweat must be invested but the developers are great and have answered all my questions, so kudos. I can now create printers on my machines by simply dragging a few icons. And in my next source release, the process will be fully automated.
The current version comes with scripts that can start or cancel all jobs on all print queues. The development notes include the hope of porting the software to Ruby, which will help with support for Windows printer management.