ELP provides with 3 ways to take care about all jobs coming into a MS Windows queue:
Queue Management, old version, using a service, unsupported
Monitored printing make sure a job is 100% printed
3. Windows similar queue Management:
The main benefit comapred to the windows queue windows is the option to move and copy the jobs.
The window looks pretty much the same as the windows queue, only a few more information is displayed.
The listing can be refreshed and the complete queue can be set on hold by a mouse click.
If jobs are listed you may mark them and then delete, pause, restart, resume, copy or move them to other queues. Simply mark the jobs (Crtl + Shift keys are usable), select the command and for execution press the Perform button.
Tip: If you are looking for a special print file, check out the Job ID. The file itself is located in the spooler directory, normally located at c:\windows\system32\spool\printers and usually named: ID.spl.