This is a way to create external tasks in Nprinting.
You can use QV to create or copy the needed request file in the correct folder.
There is no option to use QMC for Nprinting. It has its own console.
Here is code i use after trigger NPrinting to grand NTFS rights to the reports based on section access. The PDFs are in a shared folder and linked from qvw. The only problem is that a open PDF cant be recreated. To prevent this situation you can mount it in the webserver and give users download links, without extra webserver logik you loose NTFS protection, it is like the download if you export to excel every person with the link can get it.
do while (not isnull(filetime('D:\QlikView\NPrintingOnDemand\Trigger\Task.request')))
execute cmd.exe /C ICACLS "$(vWorkFolder)" /inheritance:r /t;
//QVUser alle Rechte geben
execute cmd.exe /C ICACLS "$(vWorkFolder)" /grant "$(vQVServiceUser)":F /t;
//Userrechte gesondert zuweisen
for i=0 to NoOfRows('User')-1
execute cmd.exe /C ICACLS "$(vWorkFolder)" /grant "$(vUser)":R /t;
Natively you can't do that with QlikView. while NPrinting is a tool that integrates with QlikView, NP and QV are two different tools. Like it has been said you can "connect" NPrinting tasks to QlikView tasks using external requests. This works well, except for the fact that you can't send e-mail alerts (for success, failure and/or warning) from NPrinting when using external requests (however, Vizubi seems to be already working on this issue).
Besides this approach, it may be possible to do what you want using an EDX trigger task, however I'm not sure about it,