Now that you have a Google Cloud Printer registered with the Google Cloud Print (GCP) registry, at some point you will need to remove that printer from a users GCP registry.
After authenticating using Google ClientLogin API, you can then delete an existing Google Cloud Printer:
The Google Cloud Print /delete endpoint accepts the following parameter:
- printerid – Unique printer identification (generated by Google Cloud Print).
Here is an example JSON response:
The Google Cloud Printer will now be removed from a users Google Cloud Print (GCP) registry. They will no longer see cloud printer in their Google Apps cloud printer list, and will have to choose to add printer back.
- Introduction to the Google Cloud Print Services Interface (kinlane.com)
- Google Cloud Print – Client Login (kinlane.com)
- Google Cloud Print – Register (kinlane.com)