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Xerox Global Print Driver

Select Fiery Driven Xerox printers now support the use of the Xerox Global Print Driver. 

There are Xerox customers that have become accustomed to the common experience of the Xerox Global Print Driver (GPD). The GPD driver allows for a consistent print experience (Windows/Mac) across multiple Printer / MFP models and brands, with and without attached Fiery servers.

Designed for environments with a mix of printers/MFPs

  • Ideally suited for mixed or blended office environments where printers with and without attached Fiery servers are being used
  • Customers that have a blend of print products. For instance, a customer that uses a VersaLink or HP printer and has a need for EFI Fiery workflow/color capabilities on PrimeLink. The Global Print Driver will allow the Windows/Mac user to submit files to either the Fiery Driven PrimeLink, VersaLink or HP by using the single GPD driver.
Xerox GPD 

Supported Fiery Driven Xerox printers
Currently available:

  • Xerox PrimeLink C9065/C9070  
    • EX/EX-i/EX-c C9065/C9070 v2.0
    • EX C9065/C9070 v1.0 - requires Fiery software patch FIT102472335
    • EX-i/EX-c C9065/C9070 v1.0 - requires Fiery software patch FIT102472339
    • For more information, please refer to the Fiery customer release notes
Expected availability in Q4 2022:

Get started today
Follow these steps to use the Xerox Global Print Driver with supported Fiery Driven Xerox printers. 

  1. Ensure the Fiery server is fully updated and patched (if a patch is required)
  2. Follow the instructions in the configuration guide
Other things to know
We recommend using the Fiery driver or Fiery Command WorkStation in cases where a customer needs to take advantage of the following Xerox Global Print Driver options, which are currently not supported when connecting to Xerox Fiery servers.
  • Secure Print (hold/release)
  • Advanced finishing (e.g., C-fold, staple locations in different page orientations)
  • Page exceptions
  • Print driver-based color adjustments