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User's Guide [Network Scanner Operations]

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    User’s Guide [Network Scanner Operations]...

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    Thank you for choosing this machine. This user’s guide contains details on the operation of the network connection and scanner functions of the bizhub 750/600, precautions on its use, and ba- sic troubleshooting procedures. In order to ensure that this machine is used correctly and efficiently, carefully read this user’s guide before using the ma-...

  • Page 3: Trademarks And Registered Trademarks

    Trademarks and Registered Trademarks KONICA MINOLTA, KONICA MINOLTA Logo, and The essentials of imaging are registered trademarks or trademarks of KONICA MINOLTA HOLDINGS, INC. PageScope and bizhub are registered trademarks or trademarks of KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Netscape Communications, the Netscape Communications logo, Netscape Navigator, Netscape Communicator, and Netscape are trademarks of Net- scape Communications Corporation.

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    Introduction 4. The names “OpenSSL Toolkit” and “OpenSSL Project” must not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without prior written permission. For written permission, please contact openssl- core@openssl.org. 5. Products derived from this software may not be called “OpenSSL” nor may “OpenSSL”...

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    Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modifica- tion, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2.

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    Introduction Permission to use, copy, modify and distribute this software and its docu- mentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice appears in all copies and that both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in supporting documentation, and that the name of CMU and The Regents of the University of California not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the software with- out specific written permission.

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    Introduction Portions of this code are copyright © 2001-2003, Cambridge Broadband Ltd. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modifica- tion, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

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    Introduction CHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DIS- CLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;...

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    Introduction * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/ or other materials provided with the distribution. * Neither the name of Cisco, Inc, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommu- nications, nor the names of their contributors may be used to endorse or pro- mote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Explanation of Manual Conventions ... x-19 User’s Guides ... x-20 User’s Guide [Copy Operations] ...x-20 User’s Guide [Network Scanner Operations] <this manual> ...x-20 User’s Guide [Box Operations] ...x-20 User’s Guide [Enlarge Display Operations] ...x-20 User’s Guide [FK-502 Facsimile Operations] ...x-20 User’s Guide [Network Fax Operations] ...x-20...

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    Sending Data in an E-Mail Message (Scan to E-Mail) ...2-6 Scan to E-Mail ...2-6 Using Programs ...2-6 Selecting Group Addresses ...2-9 Selecting Destinations From the Address Book ...2-12 Searching the Destination ...2-13 To search the destination ...2-15 Entering the Addresses Directly ...2-16 Sending Data to a Server (Scan to FTP) ...2-19 Scan to FTP ...2-19 Using Programs ...2-19...

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    Deleting Unneeded Destinations ... 2-79 Specifying E-Mail Settings ... 2-81 To change the e-mail settings ... 2-82 Checking the Scanner Transmission Log ... 2-83 Displaying the Current Jobs List ... 2-83 Displaying the Job History List ... 2-84 Displayed Information ... 2-85 Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Settings on the Control Panel ...

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    Program Default ...3-32 Address Book Default Index ...3-33 Address Type Symbol Display ...3-34 Setting the Save Format of the Data to Be Scanned ...3-35 Black Compression Level ...3-35 To specify the compression level ...3-35 One-Touch Registration List ...3-36 Address Book List ...3-36 Group List ...3-37 Program List ...3-38 E-Mail Subject/Text List ...3-39...

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    Introduction 3.18 Enabling LDAP Settings ... 3-75 Enabling LDAP Parameters ... 3-75 To specify Enabling LDAP settings ... 3-75 3.19 Setting Up LDAP Settings ... 3-77 LDAP Server Registration Parameters ... 3-77 To specify Setting Up LDAP settings ... 3-80 Initial Setting for Search Details ...

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    3.29 LPD Settings ...3-116 To specify LPD settings ...3-116 3.30 Prefix/Suffix Settings ...3-117 Prefix/Suffix Parameters ...3-117 To specify the prefix/suffix settings ...3-117 Prefix/Suffix Setting ...3-119 3.31 Action for Invalid Certificate ...3-121 To specify the Action for Invalid Certificate settings ...3-121 3.32 SNMP Settings ...3-123 SNMP Parameters ...3-123...

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    Introduction For Internet Explorer ... 4-9 For Netscape Navigator ... 4-9 Logging On and Logging Off ... 4-10 Logging Off ... 4-10 To log off ... 4-10 Logging On to User Mode (Public User) ... 4-11 Logging On to User Mode (Registered User/Box Administrator) ...

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    To check or change the registered user information ...4-49 To delete a registered user ...4-51 Default Function Permission ...4-52 To specify the default function permission settings ...4-52 4.15 Account Track Registration (Administrator Mode) ...4-53 Account Track Registration ...4-53 To register an account ...4-54 Checking or Changing the Registered Account Information ...4-56 To check or change the registered account information ...4-56 To delete registered accounts ...4-58...

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    Introduction E-Mail TX (SMTP) ... 4-86 4.30 SSL/TLS ... 4-89 SSL/TLS Setting ... 4-91 To create a certificate ... 4-92 SSL/TLS Setting — Install a Certificate ... 4-94 Set an Encryption Strength ... 4-95 Remove a Certificate ... 4-96 Set Mode using SSL ... 4-97 Processing Mode ...

  • Page 19: About This Manual, Structure Of The Manual, Notation

    About This Manual This User’s Guide covers the bizhub 750/600 network and scanning func- tions. This section introduces the structure of the manual and notations used for product names, etc. This manual is intended for users who understand the basic operations of computers and the machine.

  • Page 20: Explanation Of Manual Conventions

    Introduction Explanation of Manual Conventions Note Text highlighted in this manner contains references and supplemental information concerning operating procedures and other descriptions. We recommend that this information be read carefully. Names highlighted as shown above indicate keys on the control panel and buttons in the touch panel.

  • Page 21: User's Guides, User's Guide [copy Operations], User's Guide [network Scanner Operations]

    User’s Guide [Enlarge Display Operations] This manual contains details on operating procedures for using copy, net- work scanner and fax functions in Enlarge Display mode. - Refer to this User’s Guide for details on operating procedures in Enlarge Display mode.

  • Page 22: Ic-202 User's Guide/quick Guide

    Introduction IC-202 User’s Guide/Quick Guide This manual contains details on operating procedures using the optional Im- age Controller (IC-202). - Refer to the User’s Guide (PDF data) provided in the User Software CD- ROM or Quick Guide (printed matter) attached to IC-202 for the proce- dures to use the printer functions.

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    Introduction x-22 bizhub 750/600...

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    Before Using the Scan Functions...

  • Page 25: Environment Required For Using The Scan Functions

    Before Using the Scan Functions Environment Required for Using the Scan Functions The following conditions are required to use the network and scanning func- tions of this machine. - The machine is connected to the network. (required) The functions can be used over a TCP/IP network. For details on the con- nection, refer to “Connecting to the Network”...

  • Page 26: Available Scanning Functions, Sending The Scanned Data In An E-mail Message

    Before Using the Scan Functions Available Scanning Functions “Scanning” refers to the operation of reading the image of a document fed through the ADF or placed on the original glass. The scanning functions can be used to temporarily store the scanned data in the internal memory of the machine and transmit the data in an e-mail message over the network or up- load the data to a file server.

  • Page 27: Sending The Scanned Data As Files (ftp)

    Sending the Scanned Data as Files (FTP) The scanned data is uploaded to a specified FTP server. The FTP server ad- dress, login password, and other information are entered from the touch panel of this machine. The data files uploaded to the FTP server can be downloaded from a com- puter on the network.

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    Before Using the Scan Functions Sending the Scanned Data to a Computer on the Network (SMB) The scanned data can be sent to a shared folder on a specified computer. The name of the destination computer, login password, and other informa- tion are entered from the touch panel of this machine.

  • Page 29: Saving The Scanned Data In Boxes

    Saving the Scanned Data in Boxes The scanned data can be saved in boxes created on the machine’s internal hard disk. The data can be used in other applications. The file name can be entered from the touch panel of the machine. In addition, if the scanned data is saved in “Annotation User box”, you can deliver it over the Internet by adding any domain name and the delivery date and time.

  • Page 30: Settings For Using Network/scanning Functions, Specifying Network Settings, Registering Destinations And Specifying Their Settings

    Before Using the Scan Functions Settings for Using Network/Scanning Functions It is recommended that the settings described below be specified before us- ing the network/scanning functions. The network settings described in “Specifying Network Settings” must be specified first. Set other items as necessary.

  • Page 31: Setting The From Address, Specifying The Scan Settings

    Detail For details on registering destinations and specifying settings, refer to the sections listed below. “Registering Abbreviated Destinations” on page 3-10 “Registering Group Destinations” on page 3-22 Setting the From Address To perform Scan to E-Mail, the From address must be registered. The From address is the address that indicates the sender when data is sent.

  • Page 32: Specifying Program Settings, Specifying Default Scan Settings

    Before Using the Scan Functions Detail For details on the scan settings, refer to “Specifying the Scan Settings” on page 2-43. Specifying Program Settings The destination and scan settings can be registered together as a single pro- gram. This is convenient for frequently scanning documents and sending data under the same conditions.

  • Page 33: Connecting To The Network, Network Connection

    The machine can be connected to the network. Reminder The machine can be connected via a parallel or USB connection (option- al). However, be sure to connect to the network to use the scanner func- tion. Network Connection Connect a UTP cable (category 5 or later recommended) from the network to the Ethernet connector on the machine.

  • Page 34: Flow Chart Of Setup And Scanning Operations

    Before Using the Scan Functions Flow Chart of Setup and Scanning Operations The sequence from the setup operations required to use the scanning func- tions to the scanning operation is shown below. Specify scan settings in the screen that appears after pressing the [Utility/Counter] key, then touching [User Setting].

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    The document is scanned, and the data is transmitted. Note Some settings that can be specified on the control panel can also be specified from a computer over a network using PageScope Web Con- nection. For details, refer to Chapter 4, “Specifying Settings Using Page- Scope Web Connection”.

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    Scanning Documents...

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    Scanning Documents Control Panel Part Name [Power Save] key Touch panel [Access] key [Box] key [Fax] key [Scan] key Scanning Documents 17 16 14 13 Description Press to enter Power Save mode. While the machine is in Power Save mode, the indicator on the [Power Save] key lights up in green and the touch panel goes off.

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    Flashes in green while a print job is being received. Lights up in green when data is being printed. This key is not used in scanner mode. Use to type in various values. Press to erase a value (such as the number of a zoom ratio, or a size) entered using the keypad.

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    7 CAUTION To prevent damage to the touch panel, do not push down on the touch panel with force. Also, do not push down on the touch panel using hard or sharp objects. Scanning Documents bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 40: Displaying The Scan Screen

    Scanning Documents Displaying the Scan Screen Display the Scan mode screen in order to perform scanning operations. Turn the machine on. When the machine is ready to make copies, the Basic screen appears. Press the [Scan] key in the control panel to display the Scan mode screen. The displayed functions and modes can be selected by gently touching the buttons that are displayed in the screen.

  • Page 41: Sending Data In An E-mail Message (scan To E-mail), Scan To E-mail, Using Programs

    Sending Data in an E-Mail Message (Scan to E-Mail) Scan to E-Mail The Scan to E-mail operation is used to send images scanned on this ma- chine to an e-mail address as an attachment. The methods described below are available for specifying the destination. The methods can also be combined, for example, by selecting a group des- tination, then adding other destinations through direct input.

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    Scanning Documents Touch [Program]. The selected destinations are listed under “Broadcast Destinations”. Other destination addresses can be added using the address book or through direct input. Only the destinations that can be specified are displayed. For example, fax destinations are not displayed. Touch [Scan Settings] to check the specified scan settings.

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    Load the document into the ADF or position it on the original glass of the machine. Press the [Start] key on the control panel. The document is scanned, and the data is sent. Note Do not turn off the machine until the scanned jobs disappear from the job list.

  • Page 44: Selecting Group Addresses

    Scanning Documents Selecting Group Addresses “Group” refers to multiple destinations that are registered collectively. The following procedure describes how to send data by selecting a group that has been registered in advance. For details on registering groups, refer to “Registering Program Destina- tions”...

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    Select the desired destinations, and then touch [OK]. Touch [Scan Settings], and then specify the scan settings. – For details on the scan settings, refer to “Specifying the Scan Set- tings” on page 2-43. After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. Load the document into the ADF or position it on the original glass of the machine.

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    Scanning Documents Note Do not turn off the machine until the scanned jobs disappear from the job list. bizhub 750/600 2-11...

  • Page 47: Selecting Destinations From The Address Book

    Selecting Destinations From the Address Book “Address book” refers to the collection of destination addresses that were registered in advance. The following procedure describes how to send data by selecting destinations from the address book. Multiple addresses can be specified simultaneously from the address book. For details on registering addresses in the address book, refer to “Register- ing Abbreviated Destinations”...

  • Page 48: Searching The Destination

    Scanning Documents % Administrator settings such as the LDAP sever setting are required. For details, refer to “Enabling LDAP Settings” on page 3-75. Touch the button for a destination to select it. The selected buttons are highlighted, and the selected destinations are listed under “Broadcast Destinations”.

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    Detail To perform LDAP searches, the LDAP server settings that are specified in Administrator Setting are required. For details, refer to “Enabling LDAP Settings” on page 3-75. Up to five destinations can be combined from the results of an LDAP search and from those entered directly.

  • Page 50: To Search The Destination

    Scanning Documents To search the destination Touch [Scan Settings], and then specify the scan settings. – For details on the scan settings, refer to “Specifying the Scan Set- tings” on page 2-43. After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. Load the document into the ADF or position it on the original glass of the machine.

  • Page 51: Entering The Addresses Directly

    Entering the Addresses Directly “Direct input” refers to the operation of directly entering the destination ad- dress from the machine’s control panel. Up to five destinations can be combined from those entered directly and from the results of an LDAP search. Press the [Scan] key on the control panel.

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    Scanning Documents Enter the destination address, and then touch [OK]. – To specify an additional address, touch [Next Dest.], and then specify the address. – Frequently entered user names and domain names can be regis- tered to be recalled and used again. First, prefixes and suffixes must be registered in Administrator mode.

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    After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. Load the document into the ADF or position it on the original glass of the machine. Press the [Start] key on the control panel. The document is scanned, and the data is sent. Note Do not turn off the machine until the scanned jobs disappear from the job list.

  • Page 54: Sending Data To A Server (scan To Ftp), Using Programs

    Scanning Documents Sending Data to a Server (Scan to FTP) Scan to FTP The Scan to FTP operation can be used in a network environment with an FTP server. The scanned data is sent to a specified folder in an FTP server on the network.

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    Press the [Scan] key on the control panel. Scan The Scan mode screen appears. Touch [Program]. The selected destinations are listed under “Broadcast Destinations”. Other destination addresses can be added using the address book or through direct input. Only the destinations that can be specified are displayed. For example, fax destinations are not displayed.

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    Scanning Documents – For details on the scan settings, refer to “Specifying the Scan Set- tings” on page 2-43. After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. Load the document into the ADF or position it on the original glass of the machine. Press the [Start] key on the control panel.

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    Press the [Scan] key on the control panel. Scan The Scan mode screen appears. Touch [Group]. Touching the button for a group displays the list of members registered in the group. Other destination addresses can be added using the ad- dress book or through direct input.

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    Scanning Documents Touch [Scan Settings], and then specify the scan settings. – For details on the scan settings, refer to “Specifying the Scan Set- tings” on page 2-43. After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. Load the document into the ADF or position it on the original glass of the machine.

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    Selecting Destinations From the Address Book “Address book” refers to the collection of destination addresses that were registered in advance. The following procedure describes how to send data by selecting destinations from the address book. Multiple addresses can be specified simultaneously from the address book. For details on registering addresses in the address book, refer to “Register- ing Abbreviated Destinations”...

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    Scanning Documents Touch [Address Book]. The address book is displayed, and registered address names are dis- played by touching the corresponding index button. How can the address book be searched for the desired address? % Touch [Detail Search] to search for addresses. The address book can be searched for names or addresses.

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    Touch [Scan Settings], and then specify the scan settings. – For details on the scan settings, refer to “Specifying the Scan Set- tings” on page 2-43. After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. Load the document into the ADF or position it on the original glass of the machine.

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    Scanning Documents Entering the Addresses Directly “Direct input” refers to the operation of directly inputting the destination ad- dress from the machine’s control panel. Up to five destinations can be specified through direct input. The following procedure describes how to directly specify an address. Press the [Scan] key on the control panel.

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    Enter the host name, destination folder, user name, and password. – Host Name: Use the keyboard that appears in the touch panel to specify the destination host name or IP address, and then touch [OK]. – Destination Folder: Use the keyboard that appears in the touch panel to specify the path to the destination folder, and then touch [OK].

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    Scanning Documents Enter the destination Information, and then touch [OK]. – To specify an additional address, touch [Next Dest.], and then specify the address. The addresses that were entered are listed under “Broadcast Destina- tions”. Touch [Scan Settings], and then specify the scan settings. –...

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    After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. Load the document into the ADF or position it on the original glass of the machine. Press the [Start] key on the control panel. The document is scanned, and the data is sent. Note Do not turn off the machine until the scanned jobs disappear from the job list.

  • Page 66: Sending Data To A Pc On The Network (scan To Smb)

    Scanning Documents Sending Data to a PC on the Network (Scan to SMB) Scan to SMB The Scan to SMB operation can be used to directly send the scanned data to a specific computer on the network. To use the Scan to File (SMB) function, specify the Windows shared file set- ting on the computer that is to receive the data in advance.

  • Page 67: Using Programs

    Settings on this machine - From [Administrator Setting] — [Network Setting] — [SMB Setting], spec- ify “v1/v2” or “v1” for the NTLM setting. Using Programs “Program” refers to a set of destination computers and scan settings that are registered together. The following procedure describes how to send data by selecting a program that has been registered in advance.

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    Scanning Documents Touch [Scan Settings] to check the specified scan settings. The spec- ified settings can also be changed. – For details on the scan settings, refer to “Specifying the Scan Set- tings” on page 2-43. After checking the settings, touch [OK]. Load the document into the ADF or position it on the original glass of the machine.

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    Selecting Group Addresses “Group” refers to multiple destinations that are registered collectively. The following procedure describes how to send data by selecting a group that has been registered in advance. For details on registering groups, refer to “Registering Group Destinations” on page 3-22.

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    Scanning Documents Select the desired destinations, and then touch [OK]. Touch [Scan Settings], and then specify the scan settings. – For details on the scan settings, refer to “Specifying the Scan Set- tings” on page 2-43. After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. Load the document into the ADF or position it on the original glass of the machine.

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    Note Do not turn off the machine until the scanned jobs disappear from the job list. Selecting Destinations From the Address Book “Address book” refers to the collection of destination addresses that were registered in advance. The following procedure describes how to send data by selecting destinations from the address book.

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    Scanning Documents Touch [Address Book]. The address book is displayed, and registered address names are dis- played by touching the corresponding index button. How can the address book be searched for the desired address? % Touch [Detail Search] to search for addresses. The address book can be searched for names or addresses.

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    Touch [Scan Settings], and then specify the scan settings. – For details on the scan settings, refer to “Specifying the Scan Set- tings” on page 2-43. After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. Load the document into the ADF or position it on the original glass of the machine.

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    Scanning Documents Entering the Addresses Directly “Direct input” refers to the operation of directly inputting the destination ad- dress from the machine’s control panel. Up to five destinations can be specified through direct input. Press the [Scan] key on the control panel. Scan The Scan mode screen appears.

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    Enter the destination information. – Host Name: Specify the destination host name (enter using capital letters) or the IP address. Type in the destination name using the keyboard, and then touch [OK]. – Destination Folder: Enter the path to the destination folder using capital letters.

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    Scanning Documents Touch [Scan Settings], and then specify the scan settings. – For details on the scan settings, refer to “Specifying the Scan Set- tings” on page 2-43. After specifying the settings, touch [OK]. Load the document into the ADF or position it on the original glass of the machine.

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    Detail The destination folder can also be specified by touching [Reference], then browsing to a computer on the network. When a work group and computer that exceed the numbers described below exist, browsing over the network (subnet) of this machine may not be performed properly.

  • Page 78: Specifying The Scan Settings, Available Settings

    Scanning Documents Specifying the Scan Settings Available Settings Detailed scan settings can be specified by touching [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen. bizhub 750/600 2-43...

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    The settings that can be specified are as follows: Item File Type Resolution Simplex/Duplex Original Type Scan Size Zoom Density Original Setting Application Separate Scan File Name 2-44 Description Selects the file type for saving the scanned data. Selects the scan resolution. Selects whether to scan one side of the document or both sides.

  • Page 80: File Type, To Specify The File Type Settings

    Scanning Documents File Type Select the file type for saving the scanned data. The following two file types are available. The encryption level can be selected if “File Type” is set to “PDF”. File type Item TIFF Also, grouping of the saved data can be specified. Scan Setting Item Single Page...

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    Select the file type. Select the scan setting. If “PDF” was selected, the encryption settings can be specified. If nec- essary, touch [Encrypt]. Specify the encryption settings. – Encryption Level1: Select the encryption level. – Password: Enter the password that is required for opening data that is encrypted (up to 32 alphanumeric characters).

  • Page 82: Resolution

    Scanning Documents Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. Resolution Set the scanning resolution to 200 dpi, 300 dpi, 400 dpi, or 600 dpi. Touch [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen. Touch [Resolution]. Select the resolution. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.

  • Page 83: Simplex/duplex, To Specify The Simplex/duplex Setting

    Simplex/Duplex Select whether to scan one side of the document or both sides. Item 1-Sided 2-Sided Cover + 2-Sided To specify the Simplex/Duplex setting Touch [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen. Touch [Simplex/Duplex]. Select the scan type. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. 2-48 Scanning Documents Description...

  • Page 84: Original Type, To Specify The Original Type Setting

    Scanning Documents Original Type Select the type according to the document. The following four image types are available. Item Text Text/Photo Photo Dot Matrix To specify the Original Type setting Touch [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen. Touch [Original Type]. Select the image type.

  • Page 85: Scan Size, To Specify The Scan Size Setting

    Scan Size Set the paper size to be scanned. The available scan sizes are as follows: Item Auto Standard sizes Custom Size Detail If the document is read using the ADF, the scan size will be fixed to “Au- to”. To specify the Scan Size setting Touch [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen.

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    Scanning Documents – Touch [Custom Size] to display a screen for specifying the size. Use the keypad or touch [-] and [+] to specify the size. Touch [⇔] to switch between the integer and the fraction. The integer can be specified in increments of 1 inch, and the fraction can be specified in increments of 1/16 in.

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    To enlarge/reduce the scan to a preset zoom ratio (Zoom setting) The scan can be enlarged or reduced to a preset zoom ratio, such as one of the standard sizes. Touch [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen. Touch [Zoom]. Select the zoom ratio.

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    Scanning Documents – If the values are in millimeters. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. bizhub 750/600 2-53...

  • Page 89: To Specify The Zoom Ratio For Scanning (zoom Setting)

    To specify the zoom ratio for scanning (Zoom setting) The document can be scanned at the zoom ratio set in 0.1% increments. Touch [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen. Touch [Zoom]. Select the zoom ratio. – To specify a zoom ratio near a preset ratio, touch the button for a preset zoom ratio, and then touch [+] or [-] to adjust the zoom ratio.

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    Scanning Documents Select the desired zoom ratio type, and then use the keypad to specify the zoom ratio. – To enlarge or reduce the scan at a zoom ratio that is the same hor- izontally and vertically, select a zoom ratio for “Zoom with Constant X and Y Ratio”.

  • Page 91: Density

    Density Specify the density for scanning. Touch [Scan Setting] in the Scan mode screen. Touch [Density]. – To select a specific density, touch [Light] or [Dark]. – Touch [Std.] to select the default setting. – To scan with the density most appropriate for the detected density of the document, touch [Auto].

  • Page 92: Original Setting, To Specify The Original Settings

    Scanning Documents Original Setting Specify the type of document that is loaded, for example, if it contains mixed sizes or is folded in a zigzag. Item Mixed Original Z-Folded Original Original Direction Bind To specify the Original Settings Touch [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen. Touch [Original Setting].

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    Specify the original settings. – If “Original Direction” is selected, a screen for selecting the direc- tion appears. Select the direction, and then touch [OK]. – To select the default settings, touch [Reset]. – If “Bind” is selected, a screen for selecting the document binding position appears.

  • Page 94: Book Scanning (application), To Use The "book Scan" Function

    Scanning Documents Book Scanning (Application) Select this function when scanning page spreads. The four scanning meth- ods listed below are available. In addition, frame erasing and center erasing can be specified. Item Book Spread Book Separation Front Cover Front and Back Cover Shadows that occur from scanning page spreads can be erased from the scans.

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    Touch [Book Scanning]. Specify the Book Scanning settings. – For details on the “Erase” and “Center Erase” functions, refer to “Frame Erase (Application)” on page 2-65 and “Center Erase (Ap- plication)” on page 2-66. – If “Book Separation”, “Front Cover”, and “Front and Back Cover” are selected, select the binding direction.

  • Page 96: Booklet Pagination (application), To Specify Booklet Pagination Settings

    Scanning Documents Booklet Pagination (Application) The left and right pages of a page spread can be scanned separately. Item Left Bind Right Bind To specify Booklet Pagination settings Touch [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen. Touch [Application]. Touch [Booklet Pagination]. bizhub 750/600 Description Select this setting for documents where the pages are bound...

  • Page 97: Annotation (application)

    Select the binding position for the document. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next two screens that appear. Annotation (Application) When saving a scanned document, add the preset domain name, sequence number, date, and time, and then save the document in a box. Touch [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen.

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    Scanning Documents Select the saving destination for the annotation user box. Touch [OK] three times. Note If selecting an annotation user box, the box that was selected in [Broad- cast Destinations] is added. Detail Only the PDF file format can be saved. When saving data in an annotation user box, e-mail transmission, FTP transmission, and SMB transmission can be specified at the same time.

  • Page 99: Full Scan (application)

    Full Scan (Application) The entire document can be scanned. Touch [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen. Touch [Application]. Touch [Full Scan]. – To cancel the function, touch [Full Scan] again. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. 2-64 Scanning Documents bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 100: Frame Erase (application)

    Scanning Documents Frame Erase (Application) Erases the perimeter of the document. The width to be erased can also be specified separately for the top, left, right, and bottom sides within the range of 1/16 in. to 2 in. If the width to be erased is specified using the Book Erase functions in the Book Scanning screen, the same value is set for the “Erase”...

  • Page 101: Center Erase (application)

    Specify the width to be erased. – To erase all sides with the same width, touch [Frame] and enter the value. – To specify the width separately for the top, left, right, and bottom sides, touch the corresponding button and enter the value. To specify that no area is erased, touch [None].

  • Page 102

    Scanning Documents Touch [Center Erase]. Touch [+] or [-] or use the keypad to adjust the width of the erased area. – If the values are in millimeters. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next two screens that appear. bizhub 750/600 2-67...

  • Page 103: Non-image Area Erase (application)

    Non-Image Area Erase (Application) The shadows along the edges of a document can be erased from the scan. Touch [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen. Touch [Application]. Touch [Non-Image Area Erase]. – To cancel the function, touch [Non-Image Area Erase] again. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.

  • Page 104: Neg-/pos. Reverse (application)

    Scanning Documents Neg-/Pos. Reverse (Application) The black and white areas of the document can be reversed in the scan. Touch [Scan Settings] in the Scan mode screen. Touch [Application]. Touch [Neg-/Pos. Reverse]. – To cancel the function, touch [Neg-/Pos. Reverse] again. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.

  • Page 105: Separate Scan

    Separate Scan The scan operation can be divided into several sessions for various types of documents, for example, when all pages of a document cannot be loaded into the ADF, when placing the document on the original glass, or when sin- gle-sided documents are combined with double-sided documents.

  • Page 106

    Scanning Documents After all pages have been scanned, touch [Finish]. Press the [Start] key. bizhub 750/600 2-71...

  • Page 107: File Name, To Change The File Name

    File Name You can change the file name to be saved. Detail If a file name is not specified when the data was scanned, it will automat- ically be specified by combining the mode and the date and time at the time the file was saved.

  • Page 108: Checking The Settings, Checking The Settings

    Scanning Documents Checking the Settings Checking the Settings The selected setting can be checked in detail. The destination can be changed on this screen. The settings that can be viewed and changed are as follows: Item Type Name Dest. Edit Set Dest.

  • Page 109

    Note If Changing the “From” Address from [Administrator Setting] — [System Setting] — [Restrict User Access] — [Restrict Access to job Setting] is specified as restricted, direct input cannot be performed. To check a job Press the [Mode Check] key in the control panel while the Scan mode screen is displayed.

  • Page 110

    Scanning Documents Touch [Detail]. Check the details. bizhub 750/600 2-75...

  • Page 111

    How do you correct the destination? % Touch [Edit] to display the direct input screen on which the address can be corrected. After correcting the destination, touch [OK]. How do you specify the notification destination? % Touch [Set Dest.] to display the address book. Specify the notifica- tion e-mail address from the address book or enter the address di- rectly, and then touch [OK].

  • Page 112

    Scanning Documents Can an address that is directly entered be registered in the address book? % To register the address to the address book, touch [Save in Add. Book]. What type of information must be entered? % Touch [Index], and then specify the characters for indexing the ad- dress in the address book.

  • Page 113

    Touch [Close]. Note When the settings are changed, the destination whose settings have been changed is moved to the end of the list of registered destinations. 2-78 Scanning Documents bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 114: Deleting Unneeded Destinations

    Scanning Documents Deleting Unneeded Destinations The selected destination can be deleted. Press the [Mode Check] key in the control panel while the Scan mode screen is displayed. Mode Check The Mode Check screen appears. Select the desired job from the list of registered jobs. Touch [Delete].

  • Page 115

    Touch [Yes] to delete the job. Touch [Close]. 2-80 Scanning Documents bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 116: Specifying E-mail Settings

    S: Scan Indicates the name of the device that scanned the data. The factory default is “KMBT_750” (“KMBT_600” on bizhub 600). This name can be changed with the [Input Machine Address] parameter on the [Administrator/Machine Setting] screen in Administrator mode. A name of up to 10 characters can be specified.

  • Page 117: To Change The E-mail Settings

    To change the e-mail settings Press the [Mode Check] key in the control panel while the Scan mode screen is displayed. Mode Check The Mode Check screen appears. Touch [E-Mail Setting]. A confirmation message appears. Check the information and change it as necessary. Touch [Close], and then touch [Close] in the next screen that appears.

  • Page 118: Checking The Scanner Transmission Log, Displaying The Current Jobs List

    Scanning Documents Checking the Scanner Transmission Log A job list of scanner transmissions can be displayed from the control panel. Detail For details on the function of each button, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations]. Displaying the Current Jobs List Touch [Job List] on the control panel.

  • Page 119: Displaying The Job History List

    Displaying the Job History List Touch [Job List]. The Print tab of the Job List screen appears. Touch [Scan]. The Current Jobs list of the Scan tab appears. Touch [Job History]. The Active Jobs list appears in the Job History list of the Scan tab. The first screen that appears when [Job History] is touched contains the Active Jobs list.

  • Page 120: Displayed Information

    Scanning Documents Displayed Information The following information is displayed on the Scan tab of the Job List screen. Item Type Status (only on the Current Jobs list) Dest Time Stored # of Pgs. Result (only on the Job History list) bizhub 750/600 Description Displays the job ID number that is assigned when a job is...

  • Page 121

    Scanning Documents 2-86 bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 122

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel...

  • Page 123: Settings On The Control Panel, Utility Types

    Settings on the Control Panel The Utility mode is used to specify basic settings for using the machine and specifications for advanced functions. This chapter explains how to set the scanner functions as well as utility func- tions related to the network. Utility Types...

  • Page 124

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Item Administrator Setting bizhub 750/600 Description Outputs the destinations, sub- jects, and text that are registered in this machine in a list. Creates a filing number box. Specifies basic settings to use the machine on a network. Reference “One-Touch Registration List”...

  • Page 125: Other Related Settings

    Other Related Settings Though the setup procedure is not covered in this manual, there are items that are partially related to the scanning functions and network connection. For details on these items, refer to the corresponding section in the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].

  • Page 126: Displaying Setup Screens, To Display The Scan Screen

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Displaying Setup Screens To display the Scan screen Press the [Utility/Counter] key. – In Utility mode, an item can also be selected by pressing the key in the keypad for the number beside the desired button. For [1 One- Touch Registration], press the [1] key in the keypad.

  • Page 127

    The Scan screen appears. Note To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 128: To Display The User Setting Screen

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel To display the User Setting screen Press the [Utility/Counter] key. Utility/ Counter Touch [2 User Setting]. – In Utility mode, an item can also be selected by pressing the key in the keypad for the number beside the desired button. For “2 User Setting”, press the [2] key in the keypad.

  • Page 129: To Display The Administrator Setting Screen

    Note To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears. To display the Administrator Setting screen Press the [Utility/Counter] key.

  • Page 130

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Type in the password, and then touch [OK]. The Administrator Setting screen appears. Note To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 131: Registering Abbreviated Destinations, E-mail Destinations

    Registering Abbreviated Destinations Abbreviated destinations can be specified. Up to 2000 destinations can be registered when the optional hard disk drive is installed, and up to 1000 des- tinations can be registered if the optional hard disk drive is not installed. E-Mail Destinations E-mail addresses can be registered.

  • Page 132

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Touch [OK]. Touch [Index] and touch the desired button. – This specifies the characters used to index the destination. – For destinations that are often used, specify [Main] at the same time, and it will be easier to search. –...

  • Page 133: Ftp Destinations

    Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 134

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Touch [New]. The Register FTP screen appears. Touch [Name] and type in the name using the keyboard that appears on the screen. Touch [OK]. Touch [Host Address]. – Enter the host address or IP address. –...

  • Page 135

    – If selecting [Host Name Input], check that the DNS settings are specified correctly before making the selection. For details, refer to “TCP/IP Settings” on page 3-46. Touch [OK]. Touch [File Path] and type in the file path using the keyboard that ap- pears on the screen.

  • Page 136

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Touch [OK]. If the first character of the name is a letter, the first character is auto- matically registered as the indexing character. Touch [Index] and touch the desired button. – This specifies the characters used to index the destination. –...

  • Page 137

    Note The registration cannot be completed unless settings have been speci- fied for “Name”, “Host Address”, “File Path”, “User ID”, and “Password”. Detail To check the registered destination, touch the button for the destination, and then touch [Check Setting]. To change the registered destination settings, touch the button for the desired destination, and then touch [Edit].

  • Page 138: Smb Destinations

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel SMB Destinations SMB destinations can be registered. In the Scan screen, touch [1 Address Book]. (Refer to page 3-5 for more details.) Touch [3 SMB]. The SMB screen appears. Touch [New]. The Register SMB screen appears. Touch [Name] and type in the name using the keyboard that appears on the screen.

  • Page 139

    – To enter the IP address, touch [IP Address Input], and then enter the value. If the value was incorrectly entered, press the [C] (clear) key to erase the value, and then use the keypad to type in the cor- rect value.

  • Page 140

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel – If the first character of the name is a letter, the first character is au- tomatically registered as the indexing character. – The registration cannot be completed unless settings have been specified for “Name”, “Host Address”, and “File Path”. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.

  • Page 141: Box Destinations

    Box Destinations Box destinations can be registered. The Box destinations can be used when the optional hard disk drive is installed. In the Scan screen, touch [1 Address Book]. (Refer to page 3-5 for more details.) Touch [4 User Box]. The User Box screen appears.

  • Page 142

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel – If the first character of the name is a letter, the first character is au- tomatically registered as the indexing character. – The registration cannot be completed unless settings have been specified for “Name” and “User Box Name”. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears.

  • Page 143: Registering Group Destinations, To Register A Group Destination

    Registering Group Destinations Group destinations can be registered. Up to 100 groups can be registered. Up to 500 destinations can be regis- tered to one group. To register a group destination In the Scan screen, touch [2 Group]. (Refer to page 3-5 for more de- tails.) The Group screen appears.

  • Page 144

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Touch [Close]. – To check the registered destinations, touch [Check Setting]. – The registration cannot be completed unless settings have been specified for “Name” and “Destination”. Touch [OK]. The group destination is registered. Detail To check the registered destination, touch the button for the destination, and then touch [Check Setting].

  • Page 145: Registering Program Destinations, To Register A Program Destination

    Registering Program Destinations Program destinations can be registered. Only one destination can be regis- tered in a program. Up to 400 destinations can be registered in program des- tinations, including fax program destinations. (If the optional hard disk drive is not installed, up to 200 destinations can be registered.) To register a program destination In the Scan screen, touch [3 Program].

  • Page 146

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Touch [Destination]. – To select from registered destinations: Check that [Select from Address Book] is selected, touch the but- ton for the desired destination type, and then select the destina- tions to be registered. –...

  • Page 147

    Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 148: Subject, Specifying E-mail Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Specifying E-Mail Settings Up to 10 e-mail subjects and text can be registered. Subject E-Mail subjects can be registered. In the Scan screen, touch [4 Subject/Text (for E-mail)]. (Refer to page 3-5 for more details.) Touch [1 Subject].

  • Page 149

    Note The registration cannot be completed unless a setting is specified for “Subject”. Detail To check the registered setting, touch the button for the desired subject, and then touch [Details]. To delete the registered setting, touch the button for the desired subject, and then touch [Delete].

  • Page 150: Text

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Text E-mail text can be registered. The settings that were registered when the data was sent can be selected. In the Scan screen, touch [4 Subject/Text (for E-mail)]. (Refer to page 3-5 for more details.) Touch [2 Text].

  • Page 151

    Note The registration cannot be completed unless a setting is specified for “Text”. Detail To check the registered setting, touch the button for the desired text, and then touch [Details]. To delete the registered setting, touch the button for the desired text, and then touch [Delete].

  • Page 152: Setting The Main Scan Mode Screen, Default Tab

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Setting the Main Scan Mode Screen Default Tab The default screen that appears in Scan mode can be specified. (Default set- ting: Program) In the User Setting screen, touch [2 Display Setting]. (Refer to page 3-7 for more details.) Touch [3 Scan Basic Screen Default Setting].

  • Page 153: Program Default

    Program Default The default screen that appears in the Program tab in Scan mode can be specified. (Default setting: PAGE1) In the User Setting screen, touch [2 Display Setting]. – To display the User Setting screen, refer to page 3-7. Touch [3 Scan Basic Screen Default Setting].

  • Page 154: Address Book Default Index

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Address Book Default Index You can select the index type that is displayed in the address book. (Default setting: Main) In the User Setting screen, touch [2 Display Setting]. Touch [3 Scan Basic Screen Default Setting]. Touch [Address Book Default Index].

  • Page 155: Address Type Symbol Display

    Address Type Symbol Display You can specify whether to display the symbol of the address type. (Default setting: ON) In the User Setting screen, touch [2 Display Setting]. Touch [3 Scan Basic Screen Default Setting]. Touch [Address Type Symbol Display]. Touch the button for the desired setting.

  • Page 156: Setting The Save Format Of The Data To Be Scanned, Black Compression Level

    - [MH]: The data size is large. - [MMR]: The data size is small. To specify the compression level In the User Setting screen, touch [5 Scanner Setting]. – To display the User Setting screen, refer to page 3-7. Touch [Black Compression Level].

  • Page 157: One-touch Registration List, Address Book List

    One-Touch Registration List You can output the destinations, subjects, and text that are registered in this machine in a list. The type of lists that can be output are described below. Item Address Book List Group List Program List E-Mail Subject/Text List Address Book List In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [3 One-Touch Registration].

  • Page 158: Group List

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Select the registration number and destination type, and then touch [Print]. Note To display the Administrator Setting screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Setting screen” on page 3-8. Group List In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [3 One-Touch Registration]. In the One-Touch Registration screen, touch [4 One-Touch Registra- tion List].

  • Page 159: Program List

    Touch [2 Group List]. Select the registration number, and then touch [Print]. Note To display the Administrator Setting screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Setting screen” on page 3-8. Program List In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [3 One-Touch Registration]. In the One-Touch Registration screen, touch [4 One-Touch Registra- tion List].

  • Page 160: E-mail Subject/text List

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Touch [3 Program List]. Select the registration number and destination type, and then touch [Print]. Note To display the Administrator Setting screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Setting screen” on page 3-8. E-Mail Subject/Text List In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [3 One-Touch Registration].

  • Page 161

    Touch [4 E-Mail Subject/Text List]. Select the paper size, and simplex or duplex printing, and then press [Start] key. Note To display the Administrator Setting screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Setting screen” on page 3-8. 3-40 Specifying Settings From the Control Panel bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 162: Creating Annotation User Boxes

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.10 Creating Annotation User Boxes Annotation user boxes can be used only if the optional hard disk drive is in- stalled. Note Register the annotation user boxes from the Administrator Setting screen. To display the Administrator Setting screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Setting screen”...

  • Page 163: To Create Annotation User Boxes

    Item Auto Delete Document Reminder If “Password Rules” is set to “ON”, a password containing less than 8 characters cannot be registered. If a box password containing less than 8 characters has already been registered, change the password so that it contains 8 characters before setting “Password Rules”...

  • Page 164

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Touch [4 Annotation User Box]. Touch [New]. The registration screen appears. Specify the various settings for the box. Touch [Fwd.]. Registration screen 2/3 appears. bizhub 750/600 3-43...

  • Page 165

    Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.]. Registration screen 3/3 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. Touch [Close]. The box is registered. 3-44 Specifying Settings From the Control Panel bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 166: Specifying Network Settings, To Specify Network Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.11 Specifying Network Settings Whether or not a network is used can be specified. To specify network settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting]. In the Network Setting screen, touch [1 Network Setting]. To specify that a network be used, touch [ON].

  • Page 167: Tcp/ip Settings, Before Specifying The Settings

    3.12 TCP/IP Settings The settings for using the machine on a TCP/IP network can be specified. To activate all network setting changes, turn the main power off and then back on. Reminder When turning the main power switch OFF then ON, wait for 10 seconds or longer before turning it ON again;...

  • Page 168: Items To Be Specified

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Items To Be Specified The following items are specified. TCP/IP Setting screen 1/5 Item TCP/IP Setting TCP/IP Setting screen 2/5 Item IP Address Setting Method IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway TCP/IP Setting screen 3/5 Item DNS Server Auto Obtain Priority DNS Server...

  • Page 169: To Specify Tcp/ip Settings

    TCP/IP Setting screen 5/5 Item DynamicDNS Setting Host Name IP Filtering RAW Port No. Note Be sure to enter the host name and domain name so that the total number of characters entered is within 254 characters. To specify TCP/IP settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting].

  • Page 170

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel – If [Auto Input] was selected under “IP Address Setting Method”, specify the automatic acquisition procedure, and then touch [OK]. Touch [Fwd.→]. TCP/IP Setting screen 3/5 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. TCP/IP Setting screen 4/5 appears. bizhub 750/600 3-49...

  • Page 171

    Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. TCP/IP Setting screen 5/5 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. The TCP/IP settings are applied. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key.

  • Page 172: Ip Filtering, To Specify Ip Filtering Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel IP Filtering The IP addresses in the specified ranges can be permitted or denied. IP addresses can connect depending on whether “Enable” or “Disable” has been selected for “Permit Access” and “Deny Access” in the IP Filtering screen, as shown below.

  • Page 173

    Touch the button for a set (Set 1 to Set 5), and then use the keypad to type in the address range. – The range setting cannot include “0.0.0.0”. For example, to specify all addresses before 192.168.1.20, specify the range from 0.0.0.1 to 192.168.1.20.

  • Page 174: Raw Port No.

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel RAW Port No. Specify the RAW port numbers used by the printer. By specifying multiple port numbers, multiple data can be accepted simultaneously. In TCP/IP Setting screen 5/5, touch [RAW Port No.]. The RAW Port Number screen appears. Touch the button for the desired port.

  • Page 175: Netware Settings, Netware Parameters

    3.13 NetWare Settings The settings for using the machine on a NetWare network can be specified. NetWare Parameters The NetWare settings are as follows: NetWare Setting screen 1/5 Item IPX Setting Ethernet Frame Type Authentication System NetWare Setting screen 2/5 Item NetWare Print Mode Status...

  • Page 176: To Specify Netware Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Item NDS Context Name NDS Tree Name NetWare Setting screen 5/5 Item Print Server Name Printer Number To specify NetWare settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting]. (Refer to page 3-8 for more details.) In the Network Setting screen, touch [3 NetWare Setting].

  • Page 177

    Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. Pserver Setting screen 3/5 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. Pserver Setting screen 4/5 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. Nprinter/Rprinter Setting screen 5/5 appears. 3-56 Specifying Settings From the Control Panel bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 178

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. The NetWare settings are applied. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 179: Status

    Status The NetWare status can be verified. In NetWare Setting screen 2/5, touch [Status]. The NetWare Status screen appears. Touch [ ] or [ Verify the NetWare status. Touch [Close]. 3-58 Specifying Settings From the Control Panel ] to select the server to verify. bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 180: Http Server Settings, Ipp And Http Parameters

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.14 http Server Settings You can specify the http server settings, PageScope Web Connection set- tings, and the IPP settings used by the printer of this machine. IPP and http Parameters The IPP parameters are as follows: http Server Setting screen 1/4 Item http Server Setting...

  • Page 181: To Specify Ipp And Http Settings

    To specify IPP and http settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting]. (Refer to page 3-8 for more details.) In the Network Setting screen, touch [4 http Server Setting]. The http Server Setting screen appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→].

  • Page 182

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Specify each item. Touch [Fwd.→]. http Server Setting screen 4/4 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. The IPP settings are applied. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key.

  • Page 183: Support Operation

    Support Operation Specify whether each function is supported in IPP communication. [OFF]: Responds as not supported. [ON]: Responds to communication. No response is returned for “Cancel Job”, “Open Job”, and “Open Job Attributes”. On the IPP Setting screen, touch [Support Operation]. The Support Operation screen appears.

  • Page 184: Printer Information

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Printer Information The printer information can be specified. In the IPP Setting screen, touch [Printer Information]. Printer Information screen 1/2 appears. Touch [Printer Name]. The Printer Name screen appears. Type in the printer name (up to 127 characters). Touch [OK].

  • Page 185

    Type in the printer location (up to 127 characters). Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. The printer location is set, the Printer Information screen appears again. Touch [Fwd.→]. Printer Information screen 2/2 appears. Touch [Printer Information]. The Printer Information screen appears.

  • Page 186

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Type in the printer information (up to 127 characters). – To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. Touch [OK]. The printer information is set, the Printer Information screen appears again. In Printer Information screen 2/2, touch [Print URI]. The Print URI screen appears.

  • Page 187: Ftp Settings, Ftp Parameters

    3.15 FTP Settings Settings for sending scan data to FTP servers can be specified. FTP Parameters The FTP parameters are as follows: FTP Setting screen 1/3 Item Proxy Server Address Proxy Port Number FTP Setting screen 2/3 Item Port No. Connection Timeout FTP Setting screen 3/3 Item...

  • Page 188: To Specify Ftp Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel To specify FTP settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting]. (Refer to page 3-8 for more details.) In the Network Setting screen, touch [5 FTP Setting]. FTP Setting screen 1/3 appears. Specify the desired settings.

  • Page 189

    Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. The FTP settings are applied. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 190: Smb Settings, Smb Parameters

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.16 SMB Settings You can specify the settings for sharing printers and sending files over a net- work. SMB Parameters The SMB parameters are as follows: SMB Setting screen 1/4 Item Print Setting NetBIOS Name Print Service Name Workgroup WINS Setting screen 2/4...

  • Page 191: To Specify Smb Settings

    Note When performing SMB scans (host name setting) via a router, specify the WINS settings according to the SMB transmission settings. To specify SMB settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting]. (Refer to page 3-8 for more details.) In the Network Setting screen, touch [6 SMB Setting].

  • Page 192

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. SMB Setting screen 4/4 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. The SMB settings are applied. bizhub 750/600 3-71...

  • Page 193

    Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 194: Appletalk Settings, Appletalk Parameters, To Specify Appletalk Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.17 AppleTalk Settings You can specify the settings for network printing using AppleTalk. AppleTalk Parameters The AppleTalk parameters are as follows: Item AppleTalk Setting Printer Name Zone Name Current Zone To specify AppleTalk settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting].

  • Page 195

    Touch [OK]. The AppleTalk settings are applied. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 196: Enabling Ldap Settings, Enabling Ldap Parameters, To Specify Enabling Ldap Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.18 Enabling LDAP Settings The LDAP function to which the machine can connect and search and re- trieve information can be enabled/disabled. Enabling LDAP Parameters The Enabling LDAP parameters are as follows: Item LDAP Function To specify Enabling LDAP settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting].

  • Page 197

    Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears. Reminder If the LDAP server settings are not specified correctly, network failure may occur.

  • Page 198: Setting Up Ldap Settings, Ldap Server Registration Parameters

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.19 Setting Up LDAP Settings The LDAP server can be registered and authentication settings can be spec- ified. LDAP Server Registration Parameters The LDAP server registration parameters are as follows: Setting Up LDAP screen 1/6 Item LDAP Server Name Max.

  • Page 199

    Setting Up LDAP screen 3/6 Item Enable SSL Port No. Port Number (SSL) Check Connection Reset All Settings Setting Up LDAP screen 4/6 Item Authentication Method Setting Up LDAP screen 5/6 Item Select Server Authentication Method 3-78 Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Description Sets whether to use SSL (data encryption) when connecting to the LDAP server.

  • Page 200

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Item Use referral Setting Up LDAP screen 6/6 Item Login Name Password Domain Name Check Connection Reset All Settings bizhub 750/600 Description Select whether to use the referral setting. When referral is used, the search base that was specified in LDAP Sever Setting searches the top and bottom levels as the starting point.

  • Page 201: To Specify Setting Up Ldap Settings

    To specify Setting Up LDAP settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting]. (Refer to page 3-8 for more details.) In the Network Setting screen, touch [8 LDAP Setting]. In the LDAP Setting screen, touch [2 Setting Up LDAP]. Touch the LDAP server button to register and specify the setting.

  • Page 202

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. Setting Up LDAP screen 3/6 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. Setting Up LDAP screen 4/6 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. Setting Up LDAP screen 5/6 appears. bizhub 750/600 3-81...

  • Page 203

    Specify the desired setting. Touch [Fwd.→]. Setting Up LDAP screen 6/6 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. The LDAP server registration and authentication are set. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key.

  • Page 204

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Note Be sure to use an authentication method like the one that is used by the LDAP server. For details, refer to the manual of the LDAP server being used. If the authentication method is specified as “GSS-SPNEGO”, enter the domain name for “Active Directory”.

  • Page 205: Initial Setting For Search Details

    Initial Setting for Search Details The initial setting of the search conditions when performing a detailed search can be specified by “Name”, “E-Mail”, “Fax Number”, “Last Name”, “First Name”, “City”, “Company Name”, and “Department”. On the Setting Up LDAP screen, touch [Initial Setting for Search De- tails].

  • Page 206

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 207: Search Default Setting, To Specify The Detect Default Server Settings

    3.20 Search Default Setting You can specify the LDAP server that is to perform searches by priority from the registered LDAP servers. To specify the detect default server settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting]. In the Network Setting screen, touch [8 LDAP Setting]. In the LDAP Setting screen, touch [3 Search Default Setting].

  • Page 208: E-mail Tx (smtp) Settings, E-mail Tx (smtp) Parameters

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.21 E-Mail TX (SMTP) Settings Information such as the SMTP server that is required to send the data as an e-mail attachment in Scan mode can be specified. Also, e-mail authentica- tion can be specified. Detail If running an antivirus program on the e-mail server, the binary division function may not be able to be used.

  • Page 209: To Specify E-mail Tx (smtp) Settings

    E-Mail TX (SMTP) screen 3/4 Item Connection Timeout Server Capacity E-Mail TX (SMTP) screen 4/4 Item SSL Settings Port Number (SSL) Port Number SMTP Detail screen Item POP Before SMTP SMTP Authentication POP Before SMTP Time To specify E-Mail TX (SMTP) settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting].

  • Page 210

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel In the E-Mail Setting screen, touch [1 E-Mail TX (SMTP)]. E-Mail TX (SMTP) screen 1/4 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. E-Mail TX (SMTP) screen 2/4 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. E-Mail TX (SMTP) screen 3/4 appears.

  • Page 211

    Touch [Fwd.→]. E-Mail TX (SMTP) screen 4/4 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. The SMTP server information is set. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key.

  • Page 212: Smtp Server Address

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel SMTP Server Address The SMTP server address used to send e-mail can be specified. In the E-Mail TX (SMTP) screen 2/4, touch [Host Address]. The Host Address screen appears. Touch [IP Address Input] or [Host Name Input]. –...

  • Page 213: Smtp Detail

    Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. If the host address exceeds 81 characters, touch [Details] to display the Host Address Detail screen with the rest of the host addresses. If the DNS setting is not specified correctly, the function does not work properly even when the SMTP server name is entered.

  • Page 214: Smtp Authentication

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel SMTP Authentication Specify when the authentication method is set to SMTP authentication. In the SMTP Detail screen under SMTP Authentication, touch [ON]. The SMTP Authentication screen appears. In the SMTP Authentication screen, touch [User ID]. The User ID screen appears.

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    Type in the password (up to 15 characters). Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. The password is set, and the SMTP Authentication screen appears again. In the SMTP Authentication screen, touch [Domain Name]. The Domain Name screen appears. Type in the domain name (up to 255 characters).

  • Page 216: E-mail Rx (pop) Settings, E-mail Rx (pop) Parameters

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.22 E-Mail RX (POP) Settings You can specify the settings to perform the authentication of the e-mail sender with POP Before SMTP. E-Mail RX (POP) Parameters The E-Mail RX (POP) parameters are as follows: E-Mail RX (POP) screen 1/2 Item E-Mail RX Setting...

  • Page 217: To Specify E-mail Rx (pop) Settings

    To specify E-Mail RX (POP) settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting]. (Refer to page 3-8 for more details.) In the Network Setting screen, touch [9 E-Mail Setting]. In the E-Mail Setting screen, touch [2 E-Mail RX (POP)]. The E-Mail RX (POP) screen appears.

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    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. The POP server information is set. bizhub 750/600 3-97...

  • Page 219: Pop Server Address

    POP Server Address The POP server address that is used to receive e-mail can be specified. In the E-Mail RX (POP) screen, touch [Host Address]. The Host Address screen appears. Touch [IP Address Input] or [Host Name Input]. – To specify the host address with the IP address, touch [IP Address Input].

  • Page 220: Device Settings, Device Parameters, To Specify Device Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.23 Device Settings Device information can be set. Device Parameters The device parameters are as follows: Item Mac Address Network Speed Reminder When turning the main power switch OFF then ON, wait for 10 seconds or longer before turning it ON again;...

  • Page 221

    Touch [OK]. The device information is set. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 222: Time Adjustment Settings, Time Adjustment Parameters, To Specify Time Adjustment Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.24 Time Adjustment Settings The machine’s internal clock can be corrected via the network. Time Adjustment Parameters The time adjustment parameters are as follows: Item NTP Setting NTP Server Address Port No. After specifying this setting, touch [1 System Setting] in the Administrator Setting, touch [3 Date/Time Setting], and then set the date.

  • Page 223: Ntp Server Address

    Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

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    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. Detail For the procedure to enter characters using the keyboard that appears on the screen, refer to “Entering text” on page 6-5. bizhub 750/600 3-103...

  • Page 225: Status Notification Settings, Status Notification Parameters, To Specify Status Notification Settings

    3.25 Status Notification Settings Settings for notifying the administrator of the machine’s status by e-mail can be specified. The status notification is sent if the e-mail address is entered and if any of the notification conditions are selected. Status Notification Parameters The status notification parameters are as follows: Item Notification Address Setting...

  • Page 226: Notification Item Setting

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Specify the desired settings. Notification Item Setting The conditions under which notification of the machine’s status is to be sent by e-mail can be specified. In the Status Notification Setting screen, touch [2 Notification Item Set- ting].

  • Page 227: Total Counter Report Setting, To Specify The Total Counter Report Settings

    3.26 Total Counter Report Setting You can specify the total counter notification schedule and notification des- tination. The settings that can be specified in the total counter screen are described below. Item Set Schedule Set notification addresses Device Nickname [Send Now] button To specify the total counter report settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting].

  • Page 228: Schedule Setting

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Note To display the Administrator Setting screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Setting screen” on page 3-8. Note To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 229

    When “Weekly” is specified as the notification period Item Interval of Week(s) Day of the Week When “Monthly” is specified as the notification period Item Interval of Month(s) Date of the Month 3-108 Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Description Enter the interval of weeks for sending the schedule.

  • Page 230: To Specify The Notification Address Settings, Notification Address Setting

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel To specify the notification address settings In the Total Counter Report Setting screen, touch [Schedule1]. The Schedule1 setting screen appears. Specify the notification period. Touch [OK]. The Total Counter Report Setting screen appears again. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel].

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    Select whether you want to use this schedule to send to this address. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. The Total Counter Report Setting screen appears again. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. 3-110 Specifying Settings From the Control Panel bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 232: Ping Confirmation, Ping Confirmation Parameters, To Specify Ping Confirmation Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.27 PING Confirmation Settings for checking the TCP/IP network using PING can be specified. PING Confirmation Parameters The PING Confirmation parameters are as follows: Item PING TX Address Check Connection To specify PING confirmation settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting].

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    Touch [Close]. Note To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears. 3-112 Specifying Settings From the Control Panel bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 234: Ping Tx Address

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel PING TX Address The host address of the device to ping can be specified. In the PING Confirmation screen, touch [Host Address]. The Host Address screen appears. Touch [IP Address Input] or [Host Name Input]. –...

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    Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. Detail For the procedure to enter characters using the keyboard that appears on the screen, refer to “Entering text” on page 6-5. 3-114 Specifying Settings From the Control Panel bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 236: Slp Settings, To Specify Slp Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.28 SLP Settings The use of SLP can be enabled or disabled. If set to “Enable”, devices can be searched using TWAIN. If set to “Disable”, device cannot be searched. To specify SLP settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting].

  • Page 237: Lpd Settings, To Specify Lpd Settings

    3.29 LPD Settings The use of LPD when printing can be enabled or disabled. To specify LPD settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting]. (Refer to page 3-8 for more details.) In the Network Setting screen, touch [0 Detail Setting]. In the Detail Setting screen, touch [7 LPD Setting].

  • Page 238: Prefix/suffix Settings, Prefix/suffix Parameters, To Specify The Prefix/suffix Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.30 Prefix/Suffix Settings The registered characters can be added to the e-mail address that is speci- fied when sending e-mail. This eliminates having to enter characters that are often entered such as the same domain name. Prefix/Suffix Parameters The prefix/suffix parameters are as follows: Item...

  • Page 239

    Specify the desired settings. The prefix/suffix is set. If [ON] is selected, continue with the registration of prefixes/suffixes. Note To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 240: Prefix/suffix Setting

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Prefix/Suffix Setting The character strings that are used by the prefix/suffix input function can be registered. In the Prefix/Suffix Setting screen, touch [2 Prefix/Suffix Setting]. The Prefix/Suffix Setting screen appears. Touch [Prefix]. The Prefix screen appears. Enter the character string that is to be used as a prefix (up to 20 char- acters).

  • Page 241

    Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. The prefix is set. Touch [Suffix]. The Suffix screen appears. Enter the character string that is to be used as a suffix (up to 64 char- acters). – For the procedure to enter characters, refer to “Entering text” on page 6-5.

  • Page 242: Action For Invalid Certificate, To Specify The Action For Invalid Certificate Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.31 Action for Invalid Certificate When this machine is to be connected to an SSL server as a client, you can specify the operation method when the validation of the SSL server certifi- cate has expired. Item Continue Delete the Job...

  • Page 243

    Note To display the Administrator Setting screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Setting screen” on page 3-8. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key.

  • Page 244: Snmp Settings, Snmp Parameters

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.32 SNMP Settings SNMP settings can be specified. SNMP Parameters The SNMP parameters are as follows: Item SNMP Setting SNMP v1/v2c(IP) SNMP v3(IP) SNMP v1(IPX) UDP Port Number [v1/v2c Setting] [v3 Setting] The v1/v2c settings that can be specified are described below. Item Write Setting Read Community Name...

  • Page 245: To Specify Snmp Settings

    To specify SNMP settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting]. (Refer to page 3-8 for more details.) In the Network Setting screen, touch [Fwd.->], then [1 SNMP Setting]. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. The SNMP is set. 3-124 Specifying Settings From the Control Panel bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 246: V1/v2c Setting

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel v1/v2c Setting In the Network Setting screen, touch [v1/v2c Setting]. Specify the settings for v1/v2c. Touch [OK]. The SNMP Setting screen appears again. bizhub 750/600 3-125...

  • Page 247: V3 Setting

    v3 Setting The settings that can be specified are described below. SNMP v3 Setting screen 1/3 Item Context Name Discovery User Discovery User Name SNMP v3 Read Setting screen 2/3 Item Read User Name Security Level Read User Password SNMP v3 Write Setting screen 3/3 Item Write User Name Security Level...

  • Page 248: To Specify The V3 Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel To specify the v3 settings In the Network Setting screen, touch [v3 Setting]. SNMP v3 Setting screen 1/3 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. SNMP v3 Setting screen 2/3 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→].

  • Page 249

    Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. The SNMP Setting screen appears again. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, cancel the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax, Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 250: Bonjour Setting, To Specify The Bonjour Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.33 Bonjour Setting You can specify the Bonjour setting. Bonjour Setting screen Item Bonjour Setting Bonjour Name To specify the Bonjour settings In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [5 Network Setting]. In the Network Setting screen, touch [Fwd.→], and then touch [2 Bon- jour Setting].

  • Page 251

    Note To display the Administrator Setting screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Setting screen” on page 3-8. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key.

  • Page 252: Tcp Socket Setting, To Specify The Tcp Socket Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.34 TCP Socket Setting You can specify the TCP socket settings. The TCP socket is used for the computer programs and the data transmission of this machine. The settings that can be specified are described below. TCP Socket Setting screen 1/2 Item TCP Socket Setting...

  • Page 253

    Touch [Fwd.→]. TCP Socket Setting screen 2/2 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. Note To display the Administrator Setting screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Setting screen” on page 3-8. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. To quit specifying the Utility mode setting, touch [Exit] in the sub display area or press the [Utility/Counter] key.

  • Page 254: Openapi Settings, Access Setting

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel 3.35 OpenAPI Settings Specify whether or not therface is open to software with a function for com- municating with the copier. The settings for “Access Setting”, “Port No.”, “SSL”, and “Authentication” of OpenAPI can be changed. Access Setting Sets whether to permit access from other systems that use OpenAPI.

  • Page 255: Port No.

    Port No. Specify the port number that other systems access using OpenAPI (initial port number: 50001, initial port number (SSL): 50003). In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [9 System Connection]. (Re- fer to page 3-8 for more details.) In the System Connection screen, touch [1 OpenAPI Setting]. In the OpenAPI Setting screen, touch [Port No.].

  • Page 256

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Specify whether to encrypt with SSL access from other systems that use OpenAPI. (Default setting: OFF) In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [9 System Connection]. (Re- fer to page 3-8 for more details.) In the System Connection screen, touch [1 OpenAPI Setting]. In the OpenAPI Setting screen, touch [SSL].

  • Page 257: Authentication

    Authentication Specify whether to use authentication for access from other systems that use OpenAPI. (Default setting: OFF) In the Administrator Setting screen, touch [9 System Connection]. (Re- fer to page 3-8 for more details.) In the System Connection screen, touch [1 OpenAPI Setting]. In the OpenAPI Setting screen, touch [Authentication].

  • Page 258

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Enter the password (up to 8 characters), and then touch [OK]. The user password is set. Touch [OK]. The authentication function when OpenAPI is used is set. Note To cancel changes to the setting, touch [Cancel]. Detail For the procedure to enter characters, refer to “Entering text”...

  • Page 259: External Server Authentication, Using Active Directory

    3.36 External Server Authentication If performing user authentication using an external server, multiple settings are required depending on the type of server being used. Specify the settings by using the following procedure as reference. You can specify the external server authentication settings according to the network environment that is to be used.

  • Page 260: To Specify The External Server Authentication Settings

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Detail When “Active Directory” is selected under “External Server Authentica- tion”, specify a password with one character or more. If a password is not specified, authentication will fail. Do not use “ ” ”and “+” in the external server password. For details on the operating conditions of an external server, ask the network administrator.

  • Page 261

    In TCP/IP Setting screen 3/5 from the Network Setting screen, specify the following settings. Specify the DNS server that is connected to “Ac- tive Directory”. – Priority DNS Server – Substitute 1 DNS Server – Substitute 2 DNS Server In TCP/IP Setting screen 4/5 from the Network Setting screen, specify the following settings.

  • Page 262

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel In [Administrator Setting] — [User Authentication/Account Track] — [Authentication Method], specify the following settings. – Specify “On (External Server)” in User Authentication. – Specify “Active Directory” in External Server Type. – Specify the domain name and the default setting. –...

  • Page 263

    In [Administrator Setting] — [1 System Setting] — [3 Date/Time Set- ting], specify the following settings. – Specify the current time and time zone. Note To display the Administrator Setting screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Setting screen” on page 3-8. For the TCP/IP setting procedure, refer to “TCP/IP Settings”...

  • Page 264: Using Novell Nds, To Specify The Settings For Using Novell Nds

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Using Novell NDS Before specifying the settings, prepare the information described below. The settings can be specified with Novell NDS Netware Server 4.0 or later. Administrator password (required) Default NDS tree name (required) Default NDS context name (required) List of the users for authentication (required) Detail Do not use “...

  • Page 265

    – Specify “NDS” in External Server Type. – Enter the NDS server tree name and context name. Note To display the Administrator Setting screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Setting screen” on page 3-8. For the user authentication and account track setting procedure, refer to User’s Guide [Copy Operations].

  • Page 266: Using Ntlm V1/ntlm V2, To Specify The Settings For Using Ntlm V1/ntlm V2

    Specifying Settings From the Control Panel Using NTLM v1/NTLM v2 Before specifying the settings, prepare the information described below. Administrator password (required) Default domain name (required) List of the users for authentication (required) Detail Do not use “ ” ” and “+” in the external server password. For details on the operating conditions of an external server, ask the network adminis- trator.

  • Page 267

    – Specify “NTLM v1” or “NTLM v2” in External Server Type. – Enter the default domain name. Note To display the Administrator Setting screen, refer to “To display the Ad- ministrator Setting screen” on page 3-8. For the user authentication and account track setting procedure, refer to User’s Guide [Copy Operations].

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  • Page 269: Items That Can Be Specified Using Pagescope Web Connection, User Mode

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Items That Can Be Specified Using PageScope Web Connection PageScope Web Connection is a device management utility supported by the HTTP server built into the device. Using a Web browser on a computer connected to the network, machine settings can be specified from Page- Scope Web Connection.

  • Page 270: Administrator Mode

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Administrator Mode The following more advanced settings can be specified by the administrator. Item System tab Scan tab bizhub 750/600 Description User Authentication Adds and registers new users. — User Registration User Authentication Specifies whether to allow the functions that —...

  • Page 271

    Item Network tab Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Description TCP/IP Setting Specifies TCP/IP settings. IP Filtering Sets the IP address filter function. NetWare Setting Specifies NetWare settings. NetWare Status Used to check the NetWare status. IPP Setting Specifies IPP print settings. FTP Setting —...

  • Page 272: Using Pagescope Web Connection, Operating Environment, Accessing Pagescope Web Connection

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Using PageScope Web Connection Operating Environment Item Network Computer application program Reminder Flash Player 8 or later is not supported by Windows NT 4.0 or Mac OS 8/ 9. If your computer is running one of these operating systems, download Flash Player 7 from the Adobe website or select “HTML”...

  • Page 273

    Detail Below is the URL after SSL/TLS is enabled. https://<IP_address_of_the_machine>/Redirected to “https://” even if “http://” is entered. Note If user authentication is enabled, a page for entering the user name and password appears before you can operate the machine. Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 274: Page Structure

    Help Refresh button Device Name bizhub 750/600 Description Click the logo to go to the Konica Minolta Web site at the following URL. http://konicaminolta.com/ Click the logo to display the version information of Page- Scope Web Connection. Displays the current login mode (public, registered user, administrator).

  • Page 275

    Item Tabs Menus Information and Settings Display Detail For each login method, refer to “Logging On and Logging Off” on page 4-10. Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Description Select the category of the page to be displayed. The fol- lowing tabs are displayed in User mode.

  • Page 276: Web Browser Cache, For Internet Explorer, For Netscape Navigator

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Web Browser Cache The newest information may not appear in the PageScope Web Connection pages because older versions of pages are saved in the cache for the Web browser. In addition, the following problems may occur when the cache is used.

  • Page 277: Logging On And Logging Off, Logging Off

    Logging On and Logging Off When PageScope Web Connection is accessed, the page for a public user appears. In order to log on as a registered user or an administrator when user authentication is performed, it is necessary to log off first, then log on again. Logging Off Note When logged on, a timeout occurs and you will automatically be logged...

  • Page 278: Logging On To User Mode (public User)

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection The user is logged off, and the Login page appears. Logging On to User Mode (Public User) There are two procedures for logging on to User mode: one for a registered user and one for a public user. If user authentication is not performed, log on as a public user.

  • Page 279

    Click [Login]. The User mode page appears. Note If “Flash” is selected as the display format, the following will appear using the Flash feature. Flash Player is required to use the Flash feature. Status icons and messages Page display when “Input Tray” is selected in the menu below “Device In- formation”...

  • Page 280: To Log On As A Registered User/box Administrator

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Logging On to User Mode (Registered User/Box Administrator) There are two procedures for logging on to User mode: one for a registered user and one for a public user. The following procedure describes how to perform user authentication and log on with a specific user name.

  • Page 281: Logging On To Administrator Mode

    Click [Login]. The User mode page appears. Note If “Prohibit Functions when Auth. Error” in Administrator mode is set to “Mode 2” and a user enters an incorrect password the specified number of times, that user is locked out and can no longer use the machine. Con- tact the administrator to cancel operation restrictions.

  • Page 282: To Log On To Administrator Mode

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Note When logged on to Administrator mode, the control panel of this machine is locked and cannot be used. Depending on the status of the machine, you may not be able to log on to Administrator mode.

  • Page 283

    The Administrator mode page appears. Reminder If “Prohibit Functions when Auth. Error” in Administrator mode is set to “Mode 2” and an incorrect administrator password is entered the speci- fied number of times, it is no longer possible to enter Administrator mode. For details on the “Prohibit Functions when Auth.

  • Page 284: User Authentication (user Mode), Changing The User Password, To Change The User Password

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection User Authentication (User Mode) Changing the User Password The setting can be specified when logged in with user authentication. The password of the currently logged in user can be changed. The settings that can be specified are described below. Item Current Password New Password...

  • Page 285: Checking The User Registration Information

    Checking the User Registration Information The user information can be viewed when logged in with user authentication. The information of the currently logged in user can be checked. On the System tab, click [User Information]. Check the details. 4-18 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 286: Account Track (user Mode), To Check The Account Track Information

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Account Track (User Mode) You can check the account information when performing account track au- thentication. The information of the currently logged in account can be checked. To check the account track information On the System tab, click [Account Track Information]. Check the information.

  • Page 287: Address Book, Registering New Destinations

    Address Book Registering New Destinations New destinations can be registered for the scanning functions. The Scan tab appears only when registrations by users are permitted. Registering New Address Books Click the Scan tab, and then click “Address Book”. Abbreviated destinations can be edited or registered. The information to be entered is as follows: When “E-Mail”...

  • Page 288

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection When “SMB” is selected Item Name Index Host Address File Path User ID Password When “User Box” is selected Item Name Index User Box No. Detail User boxes can be used only if the optional hard disk drive is installed. bizhub 750/600 Description Enter the name of the destination (up to 24 characters).

  • Page 289

    A setting edit page appears and the settings can be changed. The items are the same as those used in registration. 4-22 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 290: To Register New Destinations

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection To register new destinations Click [New Registration]. A page for selecting the transmission mode appears. Select the transmission mode and click [Next]. The registration page appears. Enter the settings, and click [Apply]. bizhub 750/600 4-23...

  • Page 291: Editing Abbreviated Destinations, Deleting The Address Book

    Editing abbreviated destinations Click of the address you want to change. Deleting the Address Book Click of the address you want to delete. A confirmation page appears. To delete, click the [OK] button. 4-24 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 292: Group Destination, To Register Group Destinations

    Click the Scan tab, and then click “Group”. Multiple destinations registered in the abbreviated destination list can be registered as a group. To register group destinations Click [New Registration]. The registration page appears. Select “Store Scanner”, and then click [Next] button. bizhub 750/600 4-25...

  • Page 293

    Enter the Name. For each transmission mode, select the destinations. – Click – Select the desired destinations to be registered to the group from the Abbreviated Destination List, and click [Apply]. 4-26 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 294: Program Registration

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Program Registration Click the Scan tab, and then click “Program”. The information to be entered is as follows: When “E-mail: Scan” is selected Item Name Select from Address Book E-Mail Address Resolution File Type Scan Setting Subject Text...

  • Page 295

    Item Neg-/Positive Reverse Non-Image Area Erase When “FTP: Scan” is selected Item Name Select from Address Book Direct Input Resolution File Type Scan Setting Simplex/Duplex Original Type Separate Scan Density Zoom Scan Size E-Mail Notification Destination File Name Original Direction Bind Special Original Book Scanning...

  • Page 296

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Item Booklet Pagination Erase Center Erase Full Image Area Neg-/Positive Reverse Non-Image Area Erase When “SMB: Scan” is selected Item Name Select from Address Book Direct Input Resolution File Type Scan Setting Simplex/Duplex Original Type Separate Scan Density Zoom...

  • Page 297

    Item File Name Original Direction Bind Special Original Book Scanning Booklet Pagination Erase Center Erase Full Image Area Neg-/Positive Reverse Non-Image Area Erase 4-30 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Description Enter the file name (up to 30 characters). Select the orientation of the original document. Select the original binding position.

  • Page 298

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection When “User Box: Scan” is selected Item Name Select from Address Book Direct Input Resolution File Type Scan Setting Simplex/Duplex Original Type Separate Scan Density Zoom Scan Size E-Mail Notification Destination File Name Original Direction Bind Special Original Book Scanning...

  • Page 299

    Item Neg-/Positive Reverse Non-Image Area Erase When “Group: Scan” is selected Item Name Group Resolution File Type Scan Setting Subject Text Simplex/Duplex Original Type Separate Scan Density Zoom Scan Size E-Mail Notification Destination File Name Original Direction Bind Special Original Book Scanning 4-32 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection...

  • Page 300

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Item Booklet Pagination Erase Center Erase Full Image Area Neg-/Positive Reverse Non-Image Area Erase When “No Destination (Store Scanner)” is selected Item Name Resolution File Type Scan Setting Simplex/Duplex Original Type Separate Scan Density...

  • Page 301

    Item Book Scanning Booklet Pagination Erase Booklet Pagination Center Erase Full Image Area Neg-/Positive Reverse Non-Image Area Erase Multiple destinations registered in the abbreviated destination list can be registered as a program. 4-34 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Description Select whether or not to enable book scanning.

  • Page 302

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection To register new destinations Click [New Registration]. A page for selecting the transmission mode appears. Select the transmission mode and click [Next]. The registration page appears. bizhub 750/600 4-35...

  • Page 303

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Enter the settings, and click [Apply]. 4-36 bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 304: Temporary One-touch Registration, To Register Temporary Destinations

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Temporary One-Touch Registration Click the Scan tab, and then click “Temporary One-Touch”. Temporary destinations can be registered. To register temporary destinations Click [New Registration]. A page for selecting the transmission mode appears. Select the transmission mode and click [Next]. The registration page appears.

  • Page 305

    Enter the settings, and click [Apply]. The details of the settings are the same as those for program registra- tions. For details, see “Program Registration” on page 4-27. Note To specifying a registered temporary destination, select the address from [Index List] — [Temporary One-Touch] on the control panel of this ma- chine.

  • Page 306: Subject Registration

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection 4.10 Subject Registration Click the Scan tab, and then click “Subject”. Up to 10 subjects that can be used when sending e-mail can be registered. bizhub 750/600 4-39...

  • Page 307: To Register The Subject

    To register the subject When sending e-mail with a fixed subject 0 Click “E-Mail Default” to select it. Click beside the subject to be registered or edited. The registration page appears. Enter the subject, and click [Apply]. 4-40 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 308: Text Registration

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection 4.11 Text Registration Click the Scan tab, and then click “Text”. Up to 10 text messages that can be used when sending e-mail can be reg- istered. bizhub 750/600 4-41...

  • Page 309: To Register Text

    To register text When sending e-mail with a fixed text message 0 Click “E-Mail Default” to select it. Click beside the text to be registered or edited. The registration page appears. Enter the text, and click [Apply]. 4-42 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 310: Basic Operation, Administrator Mode

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection 4.12 Administrator Mode In Administrator mode, you can perform system configuration of the ma- chine. Six tabs (System, Job, Box, Print, Scan and Network) are available. For the procedure to log on to Administrator mode, refer to “Logging On to Administrator Mode”...

  • Page 311: Time Adjustment Setting, To Adjust The Time

    4.13 Time Adjustment Setting Select whether the date and time of the machine can be adjusted through ac- quisition from the NTP server. To adjust the time On the System tab, click [Date/Time]. Click [Time Adjustment Setting]. Specify settings for the following. Click the [Apply] button.

  • Page 312: User Authentication (administrator Mode), User Registration

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection 4.14 User Authentication (Administrator Mode) User Registration You can specify the setting when performing user authentication. Register the users that can log in. The settings that can be specified are described below. Item User Name E-Mail Address User Password Retype User Password...

  • Page 313: To Register A User

    To register a user On the System tab, click [User Authentication]. Click the [New Registration] button. 4-46 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 314

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Specify the required settings. Click the [Apply] button. Click the [OK] button. bizhub 750/600 4-47...

  • Page 315: Checking Or Changing The Registered User Information

    Checking or Changing the Registered User Information You can check or change the registered user information. The following set- tings can be specified. Item User Name E-Mail Address Change User Password User Password Retype User Password Function Permission Max. Allowance Set (Total Al- lowance) 4-48 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection...

  • Page 316: To Check Or Change The Registered User Information

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection To check or change the registered user information On the System tab, click [User Authentication]. Click in the user list for the user you want to check. bizhub 750/600 4-49...

  • Page 317

    Check the registration information and change it as necessary. Click the [Apply] button. 4-50 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 318: To Delete A Registered User

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection To delete a registered user On the System tab, click [User Authentication]. Click in the user list for the user you want to delete. Check the message, and then click the [OK] button. bizhub 750/600 4-51...

  • Page 319: Default Function Permission, To Specify The Default Function Permission Settings

    Default Function Permission You can specify the permissions for the operating functions for all registered users. The settings that can be specified are described below. Item Copy Scan Print User Box Print Scan/Fax from Box To specify the default function permission settings On the System tab, click [User Authentication].

  • Page 320: Account Track Registration (administrator Mode), Account Track Registration

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection 4.15 Account Track Registration (Administrator Mode) Account Track Registration You can specify the settings when performing account track authentication. Register the account that can log in. The settings that can be specified are described below. Item Account Name Password...

  • Page 321: To Register An Account

    To register an account On the System tab, click [Account Track Registration]. Click the [New Registration] button. Specify the desired settings. 4-54 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 322

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Click the [Apply] button. Click the [OK] button. bizhub 750/600 4-55...

  • Page 323: Checking Or Changing The Registered Account Information, To Check Or Change The Registered Account Information

    Checking or Changing the Registered Account Information The settings that can be checked or changed are described below. Item Account Name Password is changed. Password Retype Password Max. Allowance Set (Total Al- lowance) To check or change the registered account information On the System tab, click [User Authentication].

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    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Check the registration information and change it as necessary. Click the [Apply] button. bizhub 750/600 4-57...

  • Page 325: To Delete Registered Accounts

    To delete registered accounts On the System tab, click [User Authentication]. Click in the account list for the account you want to delete. Check the message, and then click the [OK] button. 4-58 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 326: Administrator Password, To Change The Administrator Password

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection 4.16 Administrator Password The administrator password can be changed. Detail If the enhanced security mode was enabled, [Administrator Password] does not appear in the menu. To change the administrator password On the System tab, click [Administrator Password]. Type in the new administrator password, and then click the [Apply] but- ton.

  • Page 327: Prefix/suffix, To Register Prefixes And Suffixes

    4.17 Prefix/Suffix The prefix and suffix that are provided as destination information when send- ing e-mail can be registered. If address book registration by users is disa- bled, the address book registration menu appears. To register prefixes and suffixes On the Scan tab, click [Prefix/Suffix]. Click beside the prefix/suffix to be registered or edited.

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    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600 4-61...

  • Page 329: Import/export, Importing, Exporting

    4.18 Import/Export Used to import address book data from the computer or export the ma- chine’s address book. Importing Click [Browse...], select the address book data to be imported, and click [Import]. Exporting Click the destination data to be exported, and then click [Export]. 4-62 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 330: Other

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection 4.19 Other Specify address book restrictions. Item Prohibit User Operation bizhub 750/600 Description Specify whether to permit destination registration by users. 4-63...

  • Page 331: Tcp/ip

    4.20 TCP/IP Reminder To activate all network setting changes, turn the main power off and then back on. When turning the main power switch OFF then ON, wait for 10 seconds or longer before turning it ON again; otherwise the copier may not func- tion normally.

  • Page 332

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection TCP/IP Specify TCP/IP settings. bizhub 750/600 4-65...

  • Page 333

    Item TCP/IP Network Speed IP Address Setting Method IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway RAW Port Number 1 RAW Port Number 2 RAW Port Number 3 RAW Port Number 4 RAW Port Number 5 RAW Port Number 6 Dynamic DNS Setting Host Name DNS Domain Auto Obtain DNS Default Domain Name...

  • Page 334: Ip Address Filtering

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection IP Address Filtering Specify the IP address filter function. Access restrictions can be applied by specifying the host IP address. Item Permit Access Deny Access bizhub 750/600 Description Enables/disables the access permission address setting, and enter the addresses to be permitted (syntax: “***.***.***.***”...

  • Page 335: Netware

    4.21 NetWare Specify NetWare settings. Item IPX Setting Ethernet Frame Type NetWare Print Mode Print Server Name Print Server Password Polling Interval Bindery/NDS Setting File Server Name 4-68 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Description Specify whether to enable the IPX setting. Select the frame type.

  • Page 336: Netware Status

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Item NDS Context Name NDS Tree Name Print Server Name Printer Number Authentication System NetWare Status The NetWare server and queue names can be displayed to show the Net- Ware connection status. bizhub 750/600 Description Enter the NDS context name (up to 191 characters excluding / \ : ;...

  • Page 337

    4.22 Specify the IPP print settings. 4-70 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 338

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Item IPP Setting Printer Name Printer Location Printer Information Printer URI Support Operation IPP Authentication Setting bizhub 750/600 Description Specify whether to enable the IPP print function. Enter the printer name (up to 127 alphanumeric characters, hyphen, and underscore).

  • Page 339

    4.23 FTP TX Specify client settings such as the FTP proxy server. Item FTP TX Proxy Server Address Proxy Server Port Number Connection Timeout Port No. 4-72 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Description Specify whether to use this machine as an FTP server. Enter the proxy server address (syntax: “***.***.***.***”...

  • Page 340: Ftp Server

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection FTP Server Specify FTP server settings. Item FTP Server bizhub 750/600 Description Specify the FTP server setting to “ON” or “OFF”. 4-73...

  • Page 341: Snmp

    4.24 SNMP Specify SNMP settings. Item SNMP UDP Port Setting SNMP v1/v2c Setting SNMP v3 Setting 4-74 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Description Specify whether to use SNMP. Also, select the SNMP type to be used from the list of items. SNMPv1/v2c (IP) SNMPv3 (IP) SNMPv1 (IPX)

  • Page 342: Wins Setting

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection 4.25 WINS Setting You can specify SMB WINS settings. Item WINS Auto Obtain Setting WINS Server Address1 WINS Server Address2 Note When performing SMB scans (host name setting) via a router, specify the WINS settings according to the SMB transmission settings in [SMB Set- ting] - [Client Setting].

  • Page 343: Client Setting

    Client Setting Specify SMB scan settings. Item SMB TX NTLM Setting User Authentication (NTLM) Note To use the SMB (NTLM) of the external server authentication, [Scan Set- ting] or [Print Setting] must be turned ON. Note NTLMv2 is available from Windows NT 4.0 (Service Pack 4). 4-76 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Description...

  • Page 344: Print Setting

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Print Setting Specify SMB print settings. Item SMB Print NetBIOS Name Print Service Name Workgroup bizhub 750/600 Description Specify whether to use the SMB printing (Windows printing) service. Enter the NetBIOS name (up to 15 characters). Enter the print service name (up to 12 characters).

  • Page 345: Appletalk

    4.26 AppleTalk Specify AppleTalk settings. Item AppleTalk Printer Name Zone Name Current Zone 4-78 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Description Specify whether to use AppleTalk. Enter the print name (up to 31 characters excluding = ~). Enter the zone name (up to 31 characters). Displays the current zone.

  • Page 346

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection 4.27 Bonjour Setting You can specify the Bonjour settings. Item Bonjour Bonjour Name bizhub 750/600 Description Specify whether to use the Bonjour setting. Specify the device name that is used with Bonjour (up to 63 characters).

  • Page 347: Ldap Setting, Ldap Setting

    4.28 LDAP Setting LDAP Setting Specify whether to use the LDAP setting. 4-80 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 348: Ldap Server Registration

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection LDAP Server Registration On the Network tab, click [LDAP Setting]. Click [LDAP Server Registration]. Click of the server to be registered. – You can specify 5 LDAP servers. bizhub 750/600 4-81...

  • Page 349

    Specify the desired settings. Detail The setting that must be specified vary depending on the authentication method. If “anonymous” is selected, settings for “Domain Name”, “Login Name”, and “Password” are not required. Click the [Check Connection] button to check the connection to the LDAP server with the specified settings.

  • Page 350

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Note Be sure to use an authentication method like the one that is used by the LDAP server. For details, refer to the manual of the LDAP server being used. If the authentication method is specified as “GSS-SPNEGO”, enter the domain name for “Active Directory”.

  • Page 351: E-mail Setting, E-mail Rx (pop)

    4.29 E-Mail Setting E-Mail RX (POP) You can specify the settings to perform the authentication of the e-mail sender with POP Before SMTP. Item E-Mail RX Setting POP Server Address Login Name Password APOP Authentication Connection Timeout Port No. Use SSL/TLS Port No. (SSL/TLS) 4-84 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection...

  • Page 352

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Item Auto Receive Check Note If selecting [Please check to enter host name.], check that the DNS set- tings are specified correctly before making the selection. For details, refer to “TCP/IP” on page 4-64. bizhub 750/600 Description A setting is made to decide whether or not a mail is automat-...

  • Page 353: E-mail Tx (smtp)

    E-Mail TX (SMTP) Specify e-mail send settings. Item E-Mail TX Setting Scan to E-Mail E-Mail Notification Meter Counter Notification SMTP Server Address Port No. 4-86 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Description Specify whether to use the e-mail transmission setting. Specify whether to use Scan to E-Mail.

  • Page 354

    Specify whether to limit the size of e-mail transmissions. Enter the SMTP server capacity when mail size restriction is enabled (input range: 1 to 100 MB). Enter the From address for scanner transmissions and the From address when user authentication is disabled (up to 320 characters).

  • Page 355

    Detail To perform user authentication with POP Before SMTP, the settings that will allow POP to access the e-mail server must be specified. For details, refer to “E-Mail RX (POP)” on page 4-84. 4-88 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 356: Ssl/tls

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection 4.30 SSL/TLS Specify SSL/TLS settings. When SSL/TLS is enabled, the communication between the machine and the client computer is encrypted to prevent infor- mation leakage such as passwords and transmitted data. If a certificate is installed, the following page appears. Note The displayed information varies depending on the registered informa- tion.

  • Page 357

    If you create a self-signed certificate or obtain and install a certificate from a Certificate Authority, SSL/TLS is enabled. Click [Setting] to change certificate information, delete certificates, or create new certificates. 4-90 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 358: Ssl/tls Setting

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection SSL/TLS Setting If “Create a self-signed Certificate” is selected, settings for the following need to be entered. To create your own certificate, select “Create a self-signed Certificate”. Item Common Name Organization Organization Unit Locality State/Province Country Validity Start Date...

  • Page 359: To Create A Certificate

    Item Country To create a certificate Click [Setting]. A page for selecting the function appears. Select “Create a self-signed Certificate” or “Request a Certificate”, and then click [Next]. The registration page appears. 4-92 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Description Enter a country code (2 characters) defined by ISO3166 for creating a country certificate.

  • Page 360

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Specify the desired settings. Example for Create a Self-signed a Certificate Click [Apply] or [Next]. A certificate can be registered or obtained. – If a request was made for a certificate, proceed to step 5. –...

  • Page 361: Ssl/tls Setting — Install A Certificate

    SSL/TLS Setting — Install a Certificate Install the certificate issued by the Certificate Authority. Click [Setting]. A page for selecting the function appears. Select “Install a Certificate”, and then click [Next]. A text input page appears. Copy the issued certificate information and paste in the text. Then, click [Next].

  • Page 362: Set An Encryption Strength

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Set an Encryption Strength In the SSL/TLS page, select “Set an Encryption Strength”, and then click the [Next] button. Select the encryption strength, and then click the [Apply] button. bizhub 750/600 4-95...

  • Page 363: Remove A Certificate

    Remove a Certificate In the SSL/TLS page, select “Remove a Certificate”, and then click the [Next] button. Check the message, and then click the [OK] button. 4-96 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 364: Set Mode Using Ssl

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Set Mode using SSL Select the mode using SSL. In the SSL/TLS page, select “Set Mode using SSL”, and then click the [Next] button. Select the mode using SSL, and then click the [Apply] button. bizhub 750/600 4-97...

  • Page 365: Processing Mode, To Specify The Mode Using Ssl

    Processing Mode When this machine is to be connected to an SSL server as a client, you can specify the operation method when the validation of the SSL server certifi- cate has expired. Item Continue Delete the Job Note The functions that can be specified are described below. SMTP over SSL POP over SSL LDAP over SSL...

  • Page 366

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Select the processing method, and then click the [Apply] button. bizhub 750/600 4-99...

  • Page 367: User Authentication/account Track, Authentication

    4.31 Authentication User Authentication/Account Track The settings that can be specified are described below. Item User Authentication Public User Access External Server Authentication Active Directory - Default Do- main Name NTLM - Default Domain Name NDS - Default NDS Tree Name NDS - Default NDS Context Name Account Track...

  • Page 368: To Specify The User Authentication And Account Track Settings

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection To specify the user authentication and account track settings On the Network tab, click [Authentication]. Enter the required settings. Click the [Apply] button. bizhub 750/600 4-101...

  • Page 369: Auto Logout

    Auto Logout Specify auto logout settings for Administrator mode and User mode. If no operation is performed within the specified time, the administrator or user is automatically logged out. Item Admin Mode Logout Time User Mode Logout Time 4-102 Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection Description Enter the auto logout time (input range: 1 to 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 minutes).

  • Page 370: Openapi

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection 4.32 OpenAPI Specify OpenAPI. Item Port No. Use SSL/TLS Port No. (SSL/TLS) Reminder The setting of [Use SSL/TLS] and [Port No. (SSL/TLS)] is available only when the SSL/TLS setting is valid. bizhub 750/600 Description Enter the port number (input range: 1 to 65535).

  • Page 371

    4.33 TCP Socket Setting You can specify TCP socket settings. The settings that can be specified are described below. Item TCP Socket Port No. Use SSL/TLS Port No. (SSL/TLS) TCP Socket (ASCII Mode) Port No. (ASCII Mode) Reminder When changing the TCP socket settings, be sure to turn the power of this machine off, then on again.

  • Page 372: To Specify The Tcp Socket Settings

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection To specify the TCP socket settings On the Network tab, click [TCP Socket Setting]. Enter the required settings. Click the [Apply] button. bizhub 750/600 4-105...

  • Page 373

    Specifying Settings Using PageScope Web Connection 4-106 bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 374

    Scan Function Troubleshooting...

  • Page 375: Error List

    Scan Function Troubleshooting Error List If an error message appears, take action as described below. Message Cannot connect to the network. The destination cannot be selected because the number of destinations has exceeded the max. number of broadcasting possible. Image could not be saved in User Box due to insufficient capacity in HDD.

  • Page 376

    Appendix...

  • Page 377: Product Specifications, Scanning Functions

    Appendix Product Specifications Scanning Functions Item Scan Speed Scannable Range Functions Scanner Resolution Scannable Paper Size Special Functions Specifications Same as the copier Same as the copier (11 × 17 maximum) Scan to E-Mail Scan to FTP Scan to SMB...

  • Page 378: Network Function

    Appendix Network Function Item Type Frame Type Cable Type Connector Supported Protocols Compatible LDAP Servers Supported LDAP Protocol Compatible SSL Versions Multiprotocol Network Setting Tool (General Purpose) Network Setting Tool (Dedicated) Operating Environment Status Indicators Setup * If you set the search condition to “OR” or “END” when using the Lotus Domino Server, it will not work properly.

  • Page 379

    Important In order to incorporate improvements, these product specifications are sub- ject to change without notice. Status Indicators Indicator lit/off under indicator lit under indicator blinking upper indicator lit upper indicator off 10/100Base-T UTP Cable Specifications - General Ethernet standards apply when connecting a 10/100Base-T UTP cable to an RJ-45 connector on the network.

  • Page 380: Entering Text

    Appendix Entering text The following procedure describes how to use the keyboard that appears in the touch panel for typing in the names of registered accounts and custom paper sizes. The keypad can also be used to type in numbers. Any of the following keyboards may appear.

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    Appendix bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 382: To Type Text, List Of Available Characters

    Appendix To type text Touch the button for the desired character from the keyboard that ap- peared. – To type in uppercase letters or symbols, touch [Shift]. – Numbers can also be typed in with the keypad. The entered characters appear in the text box. Note To cancel changes to the settings, touch [Cancel].

  • Page 383: Glossary

    Glossary Term 10Base-T/100Base-TX/ 1000Base-T Active Directory anonymous FTP APOP AppleTalk Auto IP Bonjour Byte Client Compact PDF Contrast Definition An Ethernet standard, which is a cable consisting of twisted copper wire pairs. The transmission speed of 10Base-T is 10 Mbps, of 100Base-TX is 100 Mbps, and of 1000Base-T is 1000 Mbps.

  • Page 384

    Appendix Term Default Default Gateway Density DHCP DPI (dpi) Driver Dynamic authentication (LDAP setting) Ethernet File Extension Gateway Gradation Grayscale GSS-SPNEGO/Simple/ Digest MD5 Halftone Hard Disk Host Name bizhub 750/600 Definition The initial settings. The settings first selected when the machine is turned on, or the settings first specified when the function is select- A device, such as a computer or router, used as a “gateway”...

  • Page 385

    Term HTTP IMAP Install IP Address J2RE Java JPEG Kerberos LDAP 6-10 Definition Abbreviation for HyperText Transfer Protocol. A protocol used to send and receive data between a Web server and a client (Web browser). Documents containing images, recordings, and video clips can be exchanged with the expressive form information.

  • Page 386

    Appendix Term LPR/LPD ® ® Adobe Flash MAC Address Memory NetBEUI NetWare NTLM bizhub 750/600 Definition Abbreviation for Line Printer Daemon. A printer protocol that uses TCP/IP and is platform-independent. Originally developed for BSD UNIX, it has become the standard printing protocol and can be used with any general computer.

  • Page 387

    Term PASV Peer-to-peer Pixel POP Before SMTP Port Number Proxy Server RAW port number realm (IIP setting) referral setting (LDAP setting) Resolution Preview Property Protocol Samba 6-12 Definition Abbreviation for PASsiVe. A mode for connecting to an FTP server from within a firewall. If this mode is not specified, the firewall will be considered inaccessible and the connection will be terminated, pre- venting the file from being sent.

  • Page 388

    Zone bizhub 750/600 Definition With the scanning operation of the scanner, an image is read while the row of image sensors is gradually moved. The direction that the image sensors are moved is called the main scanning direction, and the direction in which the image sensors are arranged is called the sub-scanning direction.

  • Page 389: Index

    Index Abbreviated destinations ... 3-10 Access setting ... 3-133 Account track information ... 4-19 Account track registration ... 4-53 Action for Invalid Certificate ... 3-121 Address book ... 2-12 2-24 2-36 3-33 Address book list ... 3-36 Address direct input ...

  • Page 390

    Appendix Frame erase ... 2-65 FTP destination registration ... 3-12 FTP server settings ... 4-73 FTP settings ... 3-66 Full scan ... 2-64 Group ... 4-25 Group addresses ... 2-9 Group destination registration ... 3-22 Group list ... 3-37 http server setting ... 3-59 Import/export address book ...

  • Page 391

    Scan settings ... 1-8 Scan size setting ... 2-50 Scan to e-mail ... 1-3 Scan to FTP ... 1-4 Scan to SMB ... 1-5 Scanner transmission log ... 2-83 Scanning functions ... 1-3 Scanning page spreads ... 2-59 Search conditions ... 3-84 6-16 Search default setting ...

  • Page 392

    Appendix User mode settings via PageScope Web Connection ... 4-2 User setting screen ... 3-7 User’s guide conventions ... x-19 User’s guides ... x-20 Warning explanation ... x-19 Web browser cache setting ... 4-9 Zoom ... 2-52 2-54 bizhub 750/600 6-17...

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    Appendix 6-18 bizhub 750/600...

  • Page 394

    G This manual was printed using 100% post-consumer recycled paper. http://konicaminolta.com Printed in China Copyright 57AE97363H 2007. 1 2007...

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