@DustinB3403 said in Konica Minolta BizHub C3850 No Printing on Windows 10: @dbeato said in Konica Minolta BizHub C3850 No Printing on Windows 10: @DustinB3403 said in Konica Minolta BizHub C3850 No Printing on Windows 10: @dbeato said in Konica Minolta BizHub C3850 No Printing on Windows 10: @DustinB3403 said in Konica Minolta BizHub C3850 No Printing on Windows 10: @dbeato said in Konica Minolta BizHub C3850 No Printing on Windows 10: @DustinB3403 said in Konica Minolta BizHub C3850 No Printing on Windows 10: @jmoore said in Konica Minolta BizHub C3850 No Printing on Windows 10: @Dashrender Got it. Our departments have their own budget so if they want to print color they can but they figured out fast to be responsible for their own paper. That seems like a bad approach, since any given department could be forced to stop work "because they overran their paper budget". Usually, they use the code and pin to know where they are using color but otherwise default is to allow b&w to print without a code. How does the printer know the difference? Black is a color. . Really? Yes really, how does a printer know the difference between CMYK and a page which is black and white. It's an honest question as I don't know how a Pin to "print in color" would affect this the way you described it. Also to whoever downvoted, not sure why. Okay, there are different types of print black and white, gray scale and color which uses CMYK , usually on MFP devices they have different toners for esch of those colors plus black. When a job is sent to the printer with the color setting on the driver it then uses those toners while black and white only requests the black toner None of the explains what I've asked. How does entering a pin, allow someone to print in color? I've always seen Pin or No Pin for all printing. Nothing I've ever used has offered "pin for color prints only" etc. It can be for both.