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  • Page 1 P3PC-5242-04ENZ0 N7100 Operator's Guide...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ................15 ■ Manuals ..................16 ■ About This Manual ............... 17 Chapter 1 Overview ..............22 Scanner Features ............... 23 ■ Basic Uses for Scanned Data ..............23 ■ Configure and Manage with Ease ............... 24 ■ Advanced Security Measures ..............26 Part Names and Functions ............
  • Page 3 Contents Using the On-Screen Keyboard ..........57 ■ Showing/Hiding the On-Screen Keyboard ..........57 ■ Using the On-Screen Keyboard ..............58 ■ Keyboard Layout ..................58 Chapter 3 Software Installation ..........59 Setting Up Internet Explorer ............60 ■ Checking the Internet Explorer Cache Settings .......... 60 ■...
  • Page 4 Contents 4.4.6 Managing Certificates.................. 86 ■ Importing a Certificate File ................86 ■ Deleting a Certificate File ................87 Setting the Scan Options ............88 4.5.1 Setting the Multifeed Detection Method ............88 4.5.2 Adjusting the Scan Starting Position (Offset/Magnification) ......90 4.5.3 Setting General Scanner Settings ...............
  • Page 5 Contents 4.11.3 Configuring Settings for Sending e-Mail............ 128 4.11.4 Setting a File Name Format for When Attaching Scanned Data to e-Mail..................... 129 4.12 Setting the Fax Server .............. 130 4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data ......131 4.13.1 Setting the Network Folders ..............131 ■...
  • Page 6 Contents 4.15.4 Managing the User Log ................163 ■ Viewing the User Log Details ..............163 ■ Downloading the User Logs in CSV Format ..........164 ■ Clearing the User Logs ................164 4.15.5 Managing the System Log................. 165 ■ Viewing the System Log Details ............... 165 ■...
  • Page 7 Contents ■ Editing a Job Sequence ................198 ■ Deleting a Job Sequence ................199 ■ Filtering Job Sequences ................199 ■ Filtering the LDAP List ................200 ■ Splitting an Output File ................201 4.18.3 Setting a Job Menu ................... 202 ■...
  • Page 8 Contents 5.5.2 Adding a Contact to the Fax Number List ..........248 5.5.3 Editing the Fax Number List ..............250 5.5.4 Deleting a Contact from the Fax Number List ........... 251 Printing the Scanned Data ............252 5.6.1 Scaling....................... 255 5.6.2 Positioning....................
  • Page 9 Contents 5.10 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer ........313 5.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer ....... 316 5.11.1 Switching the Page Order of the Scanned Data........317 5.11.2 Viewing the Scanned Data ................ 318 ■ Changing the Display Size of Scanned Data ..........319 5.11.3 Editing Scanned Data on the Scan Viewer Details Window......
  • Page 10 Contents Cleaning a Carrier Sheet ............351 Replacing Parts ................ 352 6.5.1 Part Numbers and Replacement Cycle ............. 352 6.5.2 Checking the Consumable Alert Status............. 353 6.5.3 Replacing the Roller Set................354 6.5.4 Purchasing a Carrier Sheet ............... 361 Performing a Scan Test ............362 ■...
  • Page 11 Contents Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer ..................394 7.4.1 General Details..................394 7.4.2 Error Status ....................395 ■ Problem When Connecting to the Scanner via Computer ......395 ■ Document Feed Trouble ................395 ■ Sending an Original Document and Scanned Data ........396 Checking the Scanner Labels ..........
  • Page 12 Contents C.2.4 Root Certification Authority List ..............417 C.2.5 SMTP Server Settings for Using Webmail ..........418 Appendix D Scanner Specifications ........419 Installation Specifications ............420 Basic Scanner Specifications ..........421 Software Function List ............. 422 Changing the Functions on the On-Screen Keyboard ..424 D.4.1 Switching the Keyboard Layout..............
  • Page 13 Contents Editing an e-Mail Target in the e-Mail Address Book .... 443 F.6.1 Setting a Group ..................443 ■ Adding a Group ..................443 ■ Changing the Group Name ............... 444 ■ Deleting a Group ..................444 F.6.2 Setting a Distribution List................445 ■...
  • Page 14 Contents G.3 Configuring IPv6 Communication Environment ....462 G.3.1 Giving the Scanner an IPv4 Address ............462 G.3.2 Giving the Scanner an IPv6 Address ............463 G.3.3 Setting the DNS Server (IPv4) ..............465 G.3.4 Setting the DNS Server (IPv6) ..............466 G.3.5 Checking the Network Operating Status ...........
  • Page 15: Introduction

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing FUJITSU Image Scanner N7100 (hereinafter referred to as "the scanner"). This scanner is a network image scanner. This easy-to-operate scanner facilitates the optimal flow of office work for workgroups communicating via a network. Trademarks Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows Server, SharePoint, and Internet Explorer are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/ or other countries.
  • Page 16: Manuals

    ■Manuals Types of Manuals The following manuals are prepared for the scanner. Read them as needed. Manual Description N7100 Getting Started Contains important information regarding safety. (paper) Also describes the procedure from installing the scanner to starting the scanner operation.
  • Page 17: About This Manual

    Introduction ■About This Manual Warning Indications Used in This Manual The following indications are used in this manual to obviate any chance of accident or damage to you and people near you, and your property. Warning labels indicate the warning level and statements.
  • Page 18 Introduction Screen Examples in This Manual Microsoft product screenshots are reprinted with permission from Microsoft Corporation. The screenshots used in this manual are of Windows 7/Windows Server 2012 R2. The actual windows and operations may differ depending on the operating system. If the actual screen differs from the screen examples in this manual, operate by following the actual displayed screen.
  • Page 19 Introduction Abbreviation Used Option Windows 10 ® Windows 10 Home operating system (32-bit/64-bit) ® Windows 10 Pro operating system (32-bit/64-bit) ® Windows 10 Enterprise operating system (32-bit/64-bit) ® Windows 10 Education operating system (32-bit/64-bit) Windows Server 2003 ® Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition ®...
  • Page 20 RightFax Business Server (Version 9.3) Kofax Communication ® Kofax Communication Server Server Windows Presentation Foundation Management Information Base N7100 FUJITSU Image Scanner N7100 N1800 ScanSnap N1800 fi-6010N FUJITSU Image Scanner iScanner fi-6010N Scanner N7100 Admin Tool Network Scanner Admin Tool...
  • Page 21 Introduction Abbreviation Used Option Network Scanner Control SDK Gmail ® Gmail Webmail Service Yahoo! Mail ® YAHOO! Mail AOL Mail ® Mail Windows Live Hotmail ® ® Microsoft Windows Live™ Hotmail Network Folder A folder that is set to save scanned data in the file server or FTP server SharePoint Folder A folder that is set to save scanned data in SharePoint...
  • Page 22: Chapter 1 Overview

    Chapter 1 Overview Admin User 1.1 Scanner Features ....................23 1.2 Part Names and Functions................... 27 1.3 User Types and Operations ................. 30 1.4 Required Scanner Function Settings (Administrator) ........36 1.5 System Requirements ..................41...
  • Page 23: Scanner Features

    1.1 Scanner Features Scanner Features ■ Basic Uses for Scanned Data This easy-to-operate network image scanner is used to scan documents for further use: 1. Scanned data can be sent as an e-mail attachment. 2. Scanned data can be sent by fax. 3.
  • Page 24: Configure And Manage With Ease

    1.1 Scanner Features ■ Configure and Manage with Ease Configuration and management of the scanner can be easily performed via the touch panel on the scanner or via the "Admin Tool" or the "Central Admin Console" installed on a computer. When you use the scanner, login to the scanner as a user with the administrator right or regular user right.
  • Page 25 1.1 Scanner Features In addition, using the Installation Wizard on the touch panel allows you to configure the minimum scanner settings required to operate the scanner. You can also use the Installation Wizard to restrict the configurable functions. For details about the configuration with the wizard, refer to "4.3.2 Setting the System Settings with the Installation Wizard"...
  • Page 26: Advanced Security Measures

    1.1 Scanner Features ■ Advanced Security Measures The following security functions are provided for the scanner:  Login authentication can restrict user access.  Scanned data can be converted to password protected PDF files.  Scanned data can be protected. Since the scanner is intended to be shared by multiple users, data privacy is an important factor.
  • Page 27: Part Names And Functions

    1.2 Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions ■ Front View Extension ADF paper chute Side guides Cover release catch Power button Scan button Touch panel LCD cover Stacker Stacker extension 1 Stacker extension 2 Part Name Function Extension Can be pulled out and adjusted to the size of the document being scanned.
  • Page 28: Rear View

    1.2 Part Names and Functions Part Name Function Stacker Pull out before scanning. Scanned documents are ejected on the stacker. Stacker extension 1 Lift up towards you to adjust to the document length. Stacker extension 2 Lift up towards you to adjust to the document length. ■...
  • Page 29: Removable Parts

    1.2 Part Names and Functions ■ Removable Parts Brake roller Pick roller Part Name Function Pick roller Helps to guide documents from the ADF paper chute to the stacker. Brake roller...
  • Page 30: User Types And Operations

    1.3 User Types and Operations User Types and Operations When you use the scanner, login to the scanner as a user with the following operation right:  Regular user rights Operation rights given when you login to the scanner with a regular user account. For an account with regular user rights, an LDAP account, a local account, and a default account (guest account) can be used.
  • Page 31: Operations With Administrator Right

    1.3 User Types and Operations 1.3.1 Operations with Administrator Right Touch panel Central Admin Item Admin Basic Advanced Tool Wizard Console mode mode Admin Menu Select Mode — — — (P.77) Installation Wizard — — — (P.78) Local Settings Import Scanner Settings (*1) —...
  • Page 32 1.3 User Types and Operations Touch panel Central Admin Item Admin Basic Advanced Tool Wizard Console mode mode Network Settings (when the IPv6 function is disabled) IP Address — (P.101) DNS Server (P.103) WINS Server — (P.104) NTP Server — —...
  • Page 33 1.3 User Types and Operations Touch panel Central Admin Item Admin Basic Advanced Tool Wizard Console mode mode Authentication Server Login LDAP Server — — (P.115) e-Mail LDAP Server — — (P.122) Schema (P.123) — — Customize LDAP Search — —...
  • Page 34 1.3 User Types and Operations Touch panel Central Admin Item Admin Basic Advanced Tool Wizard Console mode mode Maintenance System Update — — Yes (*11) Yes (*12) (P.175) (P.177) Add-in Software — — Yes (*11) (P.179) (*12)(*13) Technical Support — —...
  • Page 35: Regular User Operations

    1.3 User Types and Operations (*11): When using the touch panel, the following operations cannot be performed. Update, add-in installation/uninstallation, and obtaining technical support information (*12): This can be operated from the Central Admin Console [Scanner Admin Operations] window. This cannot be operated from the scanner settings edit window, which is displayed by pressing the [Edit Scanner Settings] button in the Central Admin Console [Scanner Settings] window.
  • Page 36: Required Scanner Function Settings (Administrator)

    1.4 Required Scanner Function Settings (Administrator) Required Scanner Function Settings (Administrator) Which scanner settings are required differs according to scanner functions to be used by the regular user. The function buttons are displayed on the [Main Menu] window for the regular user, in accordance with the settings specified by the administrator.
  • Page 37 1.4 Required Scanner Function Settings (Administrator) Scan to Item e-Mail Print Save SharePoint Local Settings — — — — — Import Scanner Settings (*1) Scanner Name (P.80) — — — — — Language Selection (P.82) Region / Timezone (P.83) Date / Time (P.84) Keyboard Settings (P.85)
  • Page 38 1.4 Required Scanner Function Settings (Administrator) Scan to Item e-Mail Print Save SharePoint Network Settings (when the IPv6 function is enabled) (*2) N (*3) N (*3) N (*3) N (*3) N (*3) IPv4 Address (P.462) N (*3) N (*3) N (*3) N (*3) N (*3) IPv6 Address...
  • Page 39 1.4 Required Scanner Function Settings (Administrator) Scan to Item e-Mail Print Save SharePoint e-Mail SMTP Server — — — (P.126) SMTP Server Extension — — — — (P.127) Send e-Mail — — — — (P.128) File Names (e-Mail) — — —...
  • Page 40 1.4 Required Scanner Function Settings (Administrator) Scan to Item e-Mail Print Save SharePoint Maintenance — — — — — System Update (P.175) (P.177) — — — — — Add-in Software (P.179) — — — — — Technical Support (P.182) (P.183) —...
  • Page 41: System Requirements

    1.5 System Requirements System Requirements 1.5.1 Requirements for Admin Tool and User Editor For use of Admin Tool and User Editor, the following requirements apply: Software (English Versions)  Operating system  Windows Vista (Service Pack 2 or later)  Windows 7 (Service Pack 1 or later) ...
  • Page 42 1.5 System Requirements (*1): If .NET Framework is not installed, the administrator will be notified. Download .NET Framework from the Microsoft Web site and install it into the computer. When installing .NET Framework, check that there is enough free disk space.
  • Page 43: Requirements For Related Servers

    1.5 System Requirements 1.5.2 Requirements for Related Servers For servers that can be linked with the scanner, the following requirements apply. For the supported versions and editions of each operating system, refer to "Abbreviations Used in This Manual" (page 18). Server Operating System Function...
  • Page 44 1.5 System Requirements Server Operating System Function SharePoint Server Windows Server 2003 Save (SharePoint Folder) Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Print Server Windows Server 2003 Print (Network Printer) (*1) Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2012 R2 Fax Server Windows Server 2003...
  • Page 45: Ldap Server

    1.5 System Requirements Server Operating System Function SNMP Server Windows Server 2003 SNMP Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2012 R2 (*1): To use as network printer, Windows 8 compatible printer driver must be installed.
  • Page 46: Print Server

    1.5 System Requirements Print Server The print server refers to the computer or device used when multiple client computers use a printer on the network. It receives print requests from the client computers on the network and delivers them to the printer connected with the print server. ATTENTION ...
  • Page 47 1.5 System Requirements SNMP Server SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is a protocol for managing network. This scanner supports the SNMP version of SNMP v1 only.
  • Page 48: Port Number List

    1.5 System Requirements 1.5.3 Port Number List Protocol Function From/To Port Number Number Admin Tool  Scanner Admin Tool 80 (HTTP) (*) 6 (TCP) Connection 443 (HTTPS) (*) 6 (TCP) Central Admin Server  Central Admin 80 (HTTP) (*) 6 (TCP) Server Connection Scanner 443 (HTTPS) (*)
  • Page 49 1.5 System Requirements Protocol Function From/To Port Number Number Scanner  Print server Print 137,138,139,445 (SMB) 6 (TCP) 17 (UDP) Scanner  Network 9100 (Standard TCP/IP port 6 (TCP) printer monitor) Scan to SharePoint Scanner  SharePoint 80 (HTTP) (*) 6 (TCP) server 443 (HTTPS) (*)
  • Page 50: Chapter 2 Basic Scanner Operations

    Chapter 2 Basic Scanner Operations Admin User 2.1 Turning the Power On/Off ..................51 2.2 Using the Scanner Buttons .................. 53 2.3 Using the Touch Panel ..................56 2.4 Using the On-Screen Keyboard ................57...
  • Page 51: Turning The Power On/Off

    2.1 Turning the Power On/Off Turning the Power On/Off 2.1.1 Turning the Power On Do not move or shake the scanner when it is turned on. This may damage components in the scanner and cause data to be lost. CAUTION 1.
  • Page 52: Turning The Power Off

    2.1 Turning the Power On/Off 2.1.2 Turning the Power Off 1. Press the [Shutdown] button on the [Login] window. ATTENTION To turn the scanner off, make sure to press the [Shutdown] button. Do not force the scanner to turn off by holding down the power button for 4 seconds or longer.
  • Page 53: Using The Scanner Buttons

    2.2 Using the Scanner Buttons Using the Scanner Buttons ■ Using the Power Button When the scanner is off or in standby mode, pressing the power button will start the scanner up and display the [Login] window. When the scanner is on, pressing the power button will show a message. Shutdown Press Operating...
  • Page 54 2.2 Using the Scanner Buttons (*2):  When the scanner power button is pressed while a window displaying the [Shutdown] button is shown, the "Please release the power button and select shutdown to turn the scanner off." message appears.  When the scanner power button is pressed while a window not displaying the [Shutdown] button is shown, the "Please release the power button.
  • Page 55: Using The Scan Button

    2.2 Using the Scanner Buttons ■ Using the Scan Button When a button with is displayed on the touch panel, the Scan button can be used. is displayed in the lower right of the regular user window. When a button with is displayed, the Scan button can be pressed to start the scan.
  • Page 56: Using The Touch Panel

    2.3 Using the Touch Panel Using the Touch Panel When using the touch panel, buttons only need to be lightly pressed to select them. For details about the touch panel, refer to the following:  "4.1.1 Administrator Windows via the Touch Panel" (page 69) ...
  • Page 57: Using The On-Screen Keyboard

    2.4 Using the On-Screen Keyboard Using the On-Screen Keyboard On the touch panel, the on-screen keyboard can be used to enter text in the input field on the window. The on-screen keyboard can be used in the following ways. ■ Showing/Hiding the On-Screen Keyboard To show/hide the on-screen keyboard, press the following button displayed on the touch panel.
  • Page 58: Using The On-Screen Keyboard

    2.4 Using the On-Screen Keyboard ■ Using the On-Screen Keyboard Function Switches focus to the input field. Enter Performs the following.  Closes the on-screen keyboard if it is displayed.  Inserts a line feed when multiple lines are input in the input field. ...
  • Page 59: Chapter 3 Software Installation

    Chapter 3 Software Installation Admin This chapter describes how to install the software required for scanner configuration and management as well as the pre-settings required for installation. 3.1 Setting Up Internet Explorer ................60 3.2 Showing the Software Download Window............62 3.3 Installing the Admin Tool ..................
  • Page 60: Setting Up Internet Explorer

    3.1 Setting Up Internet Explorer Setting Up Internet Explorer This section describes the Internet Explorer settings required for installing the Admin Tool. ATTENTION  The setup procedure may differ depending on the version of Internet Explorer.  Configure the network settings to not use a proxy server. HINT ...
  • Page 61: Setting Trusted Sites For Internet Explorer

    3.1 Setting Up Internet Explorer ■ Setting Trusted Sites for Internet Explorer Add the URL of a target scanner to a local intranet or add it as a trusted site for Internet Explorer. If not set, connection to a scanner is blocked, and certification cannot be installed. Adding the Scanner to a Local Intranet 1.
  • Page 62: Showing The Software Download Window

    3.2 Showing the Software Download Window Showing the Software Download Window To show the download window for installing the software, follow the procedure below. 1. Access the scanner from Internet Explorer by specifying the scanner name in a URL. According to the settings described in "4.9.1 Setting the Admin Connection"...
  • Page 63 3.2 Showing the Software Download Window 3. Press the [Login] button.  The download window appears.
  • Page 64: Installing The Admin Tool

    3.3 Installing the Admin Tool Installing the Admin Tool To download and install the Admin Tool on a computer, follow the procedure below. 1. Access the scanner from Internet Explorer by using the scanner name in a URL to show the download window. For details about how to display the download window, refer to "3.2 Showing the Software Download Window"...
  • Page 65 3.3 Installing the Admin Tool ATTENTION  From the [Tools] menu in Internet Explorer, select [Internet Options], and note the following points below about the settings shown in the [Internet Options] dialog box.  In the [Accessibility] dialog box shown when the [Accessibility] button is pressed on the [General] tab, do not change the formatting and user style sheet settings.
  • Page 66: Uninstalling The Admin Tool

    3.4 Uninstalling the Admin Tool Uninstalling the Admin Tool This section uses Windows 7 as an example. To uninstall Admin Tool, select [Control Panel] → [Programs] → [Programs and Features] on the computer where it is installed. ATTENTION Close Admin Tool before uninstalling. If Admin Tool is uninstalled while still open, normal operation of the running Admin Tool is not guaranteed.
  • Page 67: Installing The Central Admin Console And Central Admin Server

    To install the Central Admin Console and Central Admin Server, go to the web page below and download the software. http://www.fujitsu.com/global/support/computing/peripheral/scanners/drivers/sca.html For details about the installation method, refer to the Scanner Central Admin User's Guide. ATTENTION To enable management with the Central Admin Console, the scanner and the Central Admin Server need to be connected by specifying settings in the following administrator windows.
  • Page 68: Chapter 4 Administrator Operations (Touch Panel And Admin Tool)

    Chapter 4 Administrator Operations (Touch Panel and Admin Tool) Admin This chapter provides an explanation of administrator operations (setting up and managing the scanner) via the scanner's touch panel, or via the network interface using the Admin Tool. 4.1 Windows ........................ 69 4.2 Administrator Login....................
  • Page 69: Windows

    4.1 Windows Windows 4.1.1 Administrator Windows via the Touch Panel Selecting a menu displays the setting window for the menu in the right side of the window. Scrolling the area in the left side of the window displays all the menus. Menu...
  • Page 70: Administrator Windows Via The Admin Tool

    4.1 Windows 4.1.2 Administrator Windows via the Admin Tool Administrator windows via the Admin Tool are as follows.  When the [Scanner Settings] button is pressed Press the [Scanner Settings] button on the Tool Menu, then select the menu to show the setting window for the menu in the right side of the window.
  • Page 71 4.1 Windows  When the [Job Menu Settings] button is pressed Pressing the [Job Menu Settings] button on the Tool Menu shows the window for setting jobs. Job Settings Menus Tool Menu...
  • Page 72: Administrator Login

    4.2 Administrator Login Administrator Login HINT  The default user name and password for the administrator are set as follows: User name: admin Password: password  The scanner setup can be configured by one user. 4.2.1 Administrator Login: via the Touch Panel Touch Panel ■...
  • Page 73: When Automatic Login Is Set

    4.2 Administrator Login ■ When Automatic Login is Set When automatic login has been set, login to the administrator windows from the regular user window. 1. From the [Maintenance] window, press the [Administrator Login] button.  The [Administrator Login] window appears. 2.
  • Page 74: Administrator Login: Via The Admin Tool

     If the normal screen display does not appear (for example: an "X" mark appears), wait for a few minutes and try again. If the problem still occurs, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
  • Page 75 4.2 Administrator Login 1. Start the Admin Tool.  Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2008 R2 Select the [Start] menu  [All Programs]  [Network Scanner]  [Network Scanner Admin Tool].  Windows 8/Windows Server 2012 Right-click the Start screen, and select [All apps] on the app bar  [Network Scanner Admin Tool] under [Network Scanner].
  • Page 76 4.2 Administrator Login 3. Press the [Connect] button.  The login window appears. 4. Enter a [User Name] and [Password]. 5. Press the [Login] button.  When authenticated, the administrator window is shown.
  • Page 77: Setting The System Settings

    4.3 Setting the System Settings Setting the System Settings 4.3.1 Configuring the Setting Mode Touch Panel Set the setting mode used for configuring or managing system settings. For details about the setting modes, refer to "1.1 Scanner Features" (page 23). For details about the operations available in each setting mode, refer to "1.3.1 Operations with Administrator Right"...
  • Page 78: Setting The System Settings With The Installation Wizard

    4.3 Setting the System Settings 4. Press the [OK] button.  The setting mode is set. HINT When you use the FAX function, enable the e-Mail function as well. 4.3.2 Setting the System Settings with the Installation Wizard Touch Panel Using the Installation Wizard allows you to configure the minimum scanner settings required to operate the scanner.
  • Page 79: Installation Wizard

    4.3 Setting the System Settings 3. Select the check boxes for items you want to configure with the Installation Wizard. HINT When the [Region / Timezone Date / Time] check box is selected, the window for setting the region/timezone and the window for setting the date/time will be displayed. 4.
  • Page 80: Configuring The System

    4.4 Configuring the System Configuring the System 4.4.1 Setting the Scanner Name Touch Panel Set a scanner name to provide a network alias for the scanner. ATTENTION Do not use a name already being used in the network. Name duplication will cause a network connection error. In this case, try the following steps: 1.
  • Page 81 4.4 Configuring the System 3. Press the [OK] button.  The restart confirmation window appears. HINT In the following cases, the authentication window appears.  When specifying the scanner as a domain member  When changing the name of a scanner that is a member of a domain Check the authentication information required for specifying the scanner as a domain member with the network administrator, and enter the valid user name and password.
  • Page 82: Setting The Language

    4.4 Configuring the System Touch 4.4.2 Setting the Language Panel 1. Select [Language Selection] under [Local Settings].  The [Language Selection] window appears. HINT You can select whether or not to display this window again at the next scanner startup. To display the window again, for "Show the "Language Selection"...
  • Page 83: Setting The Region/Timezone

    4.4 Configuring the System Touch Central Admin 4.4.3 Setting the Region/Timezone Console Panel 1. Select [Region / Timezone] under [Local Settings].  The [Region / Timezone] window appears. 2. Specify each item. 3. Press the [OK] button.  The information entered is set. HINT If daylight savings time is on, daylight savings time and standard time switch automatically.
  • Page 84: Setting The Date/Time

    4.4 Configuring the System Touch Central Admin 4.4.4 Setting the Date/Time Console Panel 1. Select [Date / Time] under [Local Settings].  The [Date / Time] window appears. 2. Specify each item. 3. Press the [OK] button.  The information entered is set.
  • Page 85: Setting The Keyboard

    4.4 Configuring the System Touch Central Admin 4.4.5 Setting the Keyboard Console Panel 1. Select [Keyboard Settings] under [Local Settings].  The [Keyboard Settings] window appears. 2. Specify each item. 3. Press the [OK] button. The information entered is set. ATTENTION If [Off] is set for the on-screen keyboard display, you need to connect a hardware keyboard additionally to enter characters.
  • Page 86: Managing Certificates

    4.4 Configuring the System 4.4.6 Managing Certificates Certificates to be used for server authentication in SSL communication can be imported or deleted. ■ Importing a Certificate File Central Admin Console X.509 certificate files (*.cer, *.crt) can be imported. Up to 100 certificate files can be imported. 1.
  • Page 87: Deleting A Certificate File

    4.4 Configuring the System ■ Deleting a Certificate File Touch Central Admin Console Panel 1. Select [Certificate Management] under [Local Settings].  The [Certificate Management] window appears. 2. Select a certificate file to be deleted, and press the [Delete] button. ...
  • Page 88: Setting The Scan Options

    4.5 Setting the Scan Options Setting the Scan Options 4.5.1 Setting the Multifeed Detection Method Touch Central Admin Console Panel "Multifeed" is an error that occurs when two or more sheets are fed simultaneously into the ADF. The detection of the difference in length is also regarded as multifeed. By default, multifeed detection monitors for paper overlaps in the central column (25 mm either side from the center of the document) of the document being scanned.
  • Page 89 4.5 Setting the Scan Options 2. Specify each item. If [Middle] or [Top & Bottom] is selected, enter both "#1" (upper limit) and "#2" (lower limit).  Middle Multifeeds will be detected in the shaded (a) area between "#1" (upper limit) and "#2"...
  • Page 90: Adjusting The Scan Starting Position (Offset/Magnification)

    4.5 Setting the Scan Options 4.5.2 Adjusting the Scan Starting Position (Offset/ Magnification) Touch Panel Usually, it is not necessary to make any setting changes. Configure the following setting items.  Offset settings When the scanned output is found to be displaced relative to the actual documents being scanned, the scan offsets can be adjusted.
  • Page 91: Setting General Scanner Settings

    4.5 Setting the Scan Options Touch Central Admin 4.5.3 Setting General Scanner Settings Console Panel Usually, it is not necessary to make any setting changes. Configure the general scanner settings for scanning. 1. Select [General Scanner Settings] under [Scanner Settings]. ...
  • Page 92: Configuring The Login-Related Settings

    4.6 Configuring the Login-Related Settings Configuring the Login-Related Settings 4.6.1 Setting the Login Settings Touch Central Admin Console Panel Set the login settings.  Authentication mode setting Specify whether to use an LDAP server account or a local account saved on the scanner during the authentication process at login.
  • Page 93 4.6 Configuring the Login-Related Settings 2. For [Authentication Mode], select an authentication mode. HINT When an alias is used for the administrator account, if a local account or LDAP user is set with the same alias account name, login will be processed for the administrator account.
  • Page 94 4.6 Configuring the Login-Related Settings  When the [Server Type] of the LDAP server is [Other LDAP Server] User Name Format Authentication Process Authenticate the user login name (uid). Example: user Authenticate the user login name (cn). Example: user  For users registered in a local account Authenticate the specified user login name for a local account saved in the scanner.
  • Page 95: Setting The Login Settings (Details)

    4.6 Configuring the Login-Related Settings Touch Central Admin 4.6.2 Setting the Login Settings (Details) Console Panel Set whether to use the factory default administrator account (admin) or a different account as the administrator account. In addition, set whether to wait until the process of sending a scanned image is complete before the previously displayed menu appears.
  • Page 96 4.6 Configuring the Login-Related Settings 3. Set [Wait Job]. ATTENTION Even if you select [No], if the process of sending is not complete, you cannot log out or turn the power off. HINT  If you select [Yes], the window indicating that the process is in progress appears until the process of sending a scanned image is complete.
  • Page 97: Setting The Standby Mode

    4.6 Configuring the Login-Related Settings Touch Central Admin 4.6.3 Setting the Standby Mode Console Panel You can set the transition time for automatic logout, the standby mode, and power-off.  For any window after regular user login, if no operations are performed for the specified period of time for [Logout after], the scanner automatically logs the user out.
  • Page 98 4.6 Configuring the Login-Related Settings 1. Select [Standby Mode] under [Login Settings].  The [Standby Mode] window appears. 2. Specify each item. 3. Press the [OK] button.  The information entered is set.
  • Page 99: Changing The Admin Password

    Manage passwords carefully. If the password has been lost or forgotten, the same action that is taken when repairing the scanner is needed. Therefore, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. 1. Select [Admin Password] under [Login Settings].
  • Page 100: Setting The Lan Manager Authentication Level

    4.6 Configuring the Login-Related Settings 4.6.5 Setting the LAN Manager Authentication Central Admin Level Touch Panel Console Set the LAN Manager authentication level for connecting the scanner to a server. The LAN Manager authentication level setting is enabled in the following cases: ...
  • Page 101: Configuring The Network Settings

    4.7 Configuring the Network Settings Configuring the Network Settings Configure the settings to connect the scanner to a network. The procedure explained as an example in this section is the procedure for the IPv4 function. Note that this scanner also supports the IPv6 function. By enabling the IPv6 function, you can configure an IPv6 environment for the scanner.
  • Page 102 4.7 Configuring the Network Settings 3. Press the [OK] button.  The information entered is set. HINT  If the IP address is the same as one already in use, network communication problems will occur. In this case, try the following steps: 1.
  • Page 103: Setting The Dns Server

    4.7 Configuring the Network Settings Touch Central Admin 4.7.2 Setting the DNS Server Console Panel A primary DNS and secondary DNS can be set. 1. Select [DNS Server] under [Network Settings].  The [DNS Server] window appears. 2. Specify each item. 3.
  • Page 104: Setting The Wins Server

    4.7 Configuring the Network Settings Touch Central Admin 4.7.3 Setting the WINS Server Console Panel A primary WINS and secondary WINS can be set. 1. Select [WINS Server] under [Network Settings].  The [WINS Server] window appears. 2. Specify each item. 3.
  • Page 105: Setting The Ntp Server

    4.7 Configuring the Network Settings Touch Central Admin 4.7.4 Setting the NTP Server Console Panel Set the NTP server. 1. Select [NTP Server] under [Network Settings].  The [NTP Server] window appears. 2. Enter the NTP server IP address, host name, or FQDN in the [Address] input field.
  • Page 106: Setting The Proxy Server

    4.7 Configuring the Network Settings Touch Central Admin 4.7.5 Setting the Proxy Server Console Panel Set whether a proxy server is used when connecting to the FTP server or SharePoint server. When a proxy server is used for update check, an HTTP proxy server should be set. 1.
  • Page 107: Configuring The Snmp Settings

    4.7 Configuring the Network Settings Touch Central Admin 4.7.6 Configuring the SNMP Settings Console Panel Set whether or not to obtain the MIB information or enable the trap notification. For details about configuring the SNMP settings, refer to "SNMP Settings" (page 428).
  • Page 108: Configuring Network Advanced Settings

    4.7 Configuring the Network Settings Touch 4.7.7 Configuring Network Advanced Settings Panel Set the Link Speed/Duplex Mode and Wake On LAN. Also set whether or not to use the IPv6 function. For details about the IPv6 function, refer "Appendix G IPv6 Settings" (page 456).
  • Page 109: Checking The Network Status

    4.8 Checking the Network Status Checking the Network Status 4.8.1 Checking the Network Connection with a Ping Test Touch Panel Check the network connection using a ping test. 1. Select [Ping] under [Check Network Status].  The [Ping] window appears. 2.
  • Page 110: Checking The Network Operating Status

    4.8 Checking the Network Status Touch 4.8.2 Checking the Network Operating Status Panel The operating status of the network can be checked. If the information is not shown, the network may not be operating normally. Refer to "7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting" (page 370), and check the settings.
  • Page 111: Configuring The Network Admin Settings

    4.9 Configuring the Network Admin Settings Configuring the Network Admin Settings 4.9.1 Setting the Admin Connection Touch Central Admin Console Panel To use the Admin Tool or Central Admin Server for the scanner, perform the connection settings. 1. Select [Admin Connection] under [Network Admin]. ...
  • Page 112: Setting A Central Admin Server

    4.9 Configuring the Network Admin Settings Touch Central Admin 4.9.2 Setting a Central Admin Server Console Panel Set whether to manage the scanner under central administration. When [Central Admin] is enabled, the scanner is registered in the Central Admin Server as a target for central administration.
  • Page 113 4.9 Configuring the Network Admin Settings  If "Update Scheduler" is enabled, the following operations occur:  Automatic updates start when the scanner is in a standby mode or when no user is logged in while it is turned on. Updates are also performed on a specified date and time even with notifications from the Central Admin Server or in an environment in which Wake On LAN cannot be used.
  • Page 114: Setting A Central Admin Server (Details)

    4.9 Configuring the Network Admin Settings 4.9.3 Setting a Central Admin Server (Details) Central Admin Touch Panel Console Set the scanner discovery to enable central administration. 1. Select [Scanner Central Admin Server Details] under [Network Admin].  The [Scanner Central Admin Server Details] window appears. 2.
  • Page 115: Setting The Authentication Server

    4.10 Setting the Authentication Server 4.10 Setting the Authentication Server 4.10.1 Setting the Login LDAP Server Touch Central Admin Console Panel If a login LDAP server is set, user authentication will be checked. 1. Select [Login LDAP Server] under [Authentication Server]. ...
  • Page 116 4.10 Setting the Authentication Server 3. To check the connection with the LDAP server, press the [Connect] button.  When the [Server Type] is [Active Directory] or [Active Directory Global Catalog], the [Authentication] window appears. Enter the authentication details for confirming access to the LDAP server, and press the [OK] button.
  • Page 117: Ldap Search Target

    4.10 Setting the Authentication Server ■ LDAP Search Target The search range and method for LDAP server searches are different according to the LDAP server connection or the search base (DN) settings (Step 2 "4.10.1 Setting the Login LDAP Server" (page 115)).
  • Page 118 4.10 Setting the Authentication Server Example 2: When searching for (user C, user D, user E) OU=department, DC=example, DC=com Active Directory configuration is as follows: Example 3: When searching for (user C, user D) OU=section A, OU=department, DC=example, DC=com Active Directory configuration is as follows:...
  • Page 119 4.10 Setting the Authentication Server Example 4: When searching for all users no [Search Base (DN)] setting, or DC=example, DC=com...
  • Page 120 4.10 Setting the Authentication Server  For connecting with the Global Catalog server (when [Active Directory Global Catalog] is selected in Step The following shows an example (where the parent domain name is example.com, and subdomain name is sub.example.com) for [Search Base (DN)]. The italic text represents variable character strings.
  • Page 121 4.10 Setting the Authentication Server The SAM Account Name is the Active Directory user login name (sAMAccountName). HINT When specifying a SAM account name with a domain name, describe "domain_name\SAM_account_name". The User Principal Name is the Active Directory user login name (userPrincipalName).
  • Page 122: Setting The E-Mail Ldap Server

    4.10 Setting the Authentication Server Touch Central Admin 4.10.2 Setting the e-Mail LDAP Server Console Panel If an e-mail LDAP server is set, the searches within the LDAP LIST on the [e-Mail Address Book] window can be performed. 1. Select [e-Mail LDAP Server] under [Authentication Server]. ...
  • Page 123: Setting The Schema

    4.10 Setting the Authentication Server Touch Central Admin 4.10.3 Setting the Schema Console Panel Associate the search item with the LDAP server schema for LDAP search in an e-Mail address book. 1. Select [Schema] under [Authentication Server].  The [Schema] window appears. 2.
  • Page 124: Setting The Ldap Search Parameters

    4.10 Setting the Authentication Server Touch Central Admin 4.10.4 Setting the LDAP Search Parameters Console Panel Set the LDAP search parameters. LDAP search parameters are search conditions specified for the (left and middle) buttons displayed on the LDAP List in the [e-Mail Address Book] window. The buttons are, for example, the [First Name] and [Last Name] buttons on the following window.
  • Page 125 4.10 Setting the Authentication Server HINT The following shows the correspondence between the [Customize LDAP Search] window settings and the search condition buttons on the [e-Mail Address Book] window - [LDAP List] tab.  Left Button Determines the setting of the left button on the [LDAP List] tab. ...
  • Page 126: Configuring The E-Mail-Related Settings

    4.11 Configuring the e-Mail-Related Settings 4.11 Configuring the e-Mail-Related Settings 4.11.1 Setting the SMTP Server Touch Central Admin Console Panel 1. Select [SMTP Server] under [e-Mail].  The [SMTP Server] window appears. 2. Specify each item. 3. Press the [OK] button. ...
  • Page 127: Setting The Smtp Server (Extension)

    4.11 Configuring the e-Mail-Related Settings Touch Central Admin 4.11.2 Setting the SMTP Server (Extension) Console Panel 1. Select [SMTP Server Extension] under [e-Mail].  The [SMTP Server Extension] window appears. 2. Specify each item. 3. Press the [OK] button.  The information entered is set.
  • Page 128: Configuring Settings For Sending E-Mail

    4.11 Configuring the e-Mail-Related Settings Touch Central Admin 4.11.3 Configuring Settings for Sending e-Mail Console Panel Configure the [Send e-Mail] window to send a scanned image by e-mail. Set the character encoding used when e-mails are sent. 1. Select [Send e-Mail] under [e-Mail]. ...
  • Page 129: Setting A File Name Format For When Attaching Scanned Data To E-Mail

    4.11 Configuring the e-Mail-Related Settings 4.11.4 Setting a File Name Format for When Attaching Scanned Data to Central Admin e-Mail Touch Panel Console Set a file name format for when attaching scanned data to an e-mail. The file name specified here is displayed in the [File Name] input field on the [Send e- Mail] window as the default value.
  • Page 130: Setting The Fax Server

    4.12 Setting the Fax Server 4.12 Setting the Fax Server Touch Central Admin Console Panel Set the fax server. 1. Select [Fax Server] under [Fax].  The [Fax Server] window appears. 2. Specify each item. For details about e-mail address settings values, refer to "B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values"...
  • Page 131: Setting Folders For Saving Scanned Data

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data 4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data The following folders can be set as the folders for saving scanned data:  Network Folder  FTP Server Folder  SharePoint Folder Touch Central Admin 4.13.1 Setting the Network Folders Console Panel...
  • Page 132: Registering A Network Folder (Network Tree)

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data ■ Registering a Network Folder (Network Tree) 1. Select [Network Folder] under [Save].  The [Network Folder] window appears. 2. Press the [Add] button.  The window for selecting a network folder appears. ATTENTION Desired domains may not be shown in the domain list.
  • Page 133 4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data 3. Select a domain  The network tree expands and the subordinate computer names are displayed. If an authentication window is displayed, enter a user name and password. If authentication is successful, the subordinate computer names are displayed. 4.
  • Page 134: Registering A Network Folder (Network Path)

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data ■ Registering a Network Folder (Network Path) 1. Select [Network Folder] under [Save].  The [Network Folder] window appears. 2. Press the [Add] button.  The window for selecting a network folder appears. 3.
  • Page 135: Renaming A Network Folder

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data ■ Renaming a Network Folder 1. Select [Network Folder] under [Save].  The [Network Folder] window appears. 2. Select the network folder that is to be renamed. 3. Press the [Edit] button.  The window for editing the network folder appears. 4.
  • Page 136: Viewing The Network Folder Details

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data ■ Viewing the Network Folder Details 1. Select [Network Folder] under [Save].  The [Network Folder] window appears. 2. Select the desired network folder from the folder list. 3. Press the [Details] button. ...
  • Page 137: Setting The Ftp Server Folders

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data Touch Central Admin 4.13.2 Setting the FTP Server Folders Console Panel A list of FTP server folders may be set as [Save] targets for scanned data. Up to a combined total of 100 FTP server folders and network folders can be added. For details about setting network folders, refer to "4.13.1 Setting the Network Folders"...
  • Page 138: Registering An Ftp Server Folder

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data ■ Registering an FTP Server Folder 1. Select [FTP Server Folder] under [Save].  The [FTP Server Folder] window appears. 2. Press the [Add] button.  The window for setting an FTP server folder appears.
  • Page 139: Changing The Ftp Server Folder Settings

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data 3. Specify each item. The [Proxy] setting is only available when a proxy server has been set on the [Proxy Server] window. For details about proxy server settings, refer to "4.7.5 Setting the Proxy Server"...
  • Page 140: Viewing The Ftp Server Folder Details

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data ■ Viewing the FTP Server Folder Details 1. Select [FTP Server Folder] under [Save].  The [FTP Server Folder] window appears. 2. Select the desired FTP server folder from the folder list. 3. Press the [Details] button. ...
  • Page 141: Setting The Sharepoint Folders

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data Touch Central Admin 4.13.3 Setting the SharePoint Folders Console Panel A list of SharePoint folders may be set as [Scan to SharePoint] targets for scanned data. For details about setting a file name for scanned data to be saved in a SharePoint folder, refer to "4.13.4 Setting a File Name Format for When Saving Scanned Data"...
  • Page 142 4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data 3. Press the [Add] button.  A list of the SharePoint sites appears. 4. Specify a SharePoint server site URL in the [URL] field. You can also press the list button to select a URL from the recently specified URLs. 5.
  • Page 143: Renaming A Sharepoint Folder (Display Name)

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data 6. Select the folder that is to be a save target from the SharePoint site list, and press the [OK] button.  The [SharePoint Folder] window appears again and the specified folder is added to [Scan to SharePoint Folders].
  • Page 144: Removing A Sharepoint Folder

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data ■ Removing a SharePoint Folder 1. Select [SharePoint Folder] under [SharePoint Folder].  The [SharePoint Folder] window appears. 2. From the [Scan to SharePoint Folders] list, select the folder that is to be removed.
  • Page 145: Setting A File Name Format For When Saving Scanned Data

    4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data 4.13.4 Setting a File Name Format for When Saving Scanned Central Admin Data Touch Panel Console A file name format can be set to be used when scanned data is saved in a network folder, FTP server folder, or SharePoint folder.
  • Page 146 4.13 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data 2. Specify each item. HINT The following explains the way in which sequence numbers are added.  Sequence numbers start from 1. When there are files with file names containing sequence numbers, sequence numbers following the largest value will be used. For example, if the file name is "A", sequence numbers are set to be added in 3 digits, and "A001.pdf"...
  • Page 147: Setting The Network Printers

    4.14 Setting the Network Printers 4.14 Setting the Network Printers Touch Central Admin Console Panel Set a printer connected to the network as a network printer. You can set a network printer in one of the following ways: (a) Setting a network printer via a print server (b) Setting a network printer without a print server (a) Setting a Network Printer via a Print Server Set a network printer via print server.
  • Page 148 4.14 Setting the Network Printers (b) Setting a Network Printer without a Print Server Set a network printer without a print server for direct printing. ATTENTION To install a printer driver on a scanner from a computer, you need to prepare a computer in advance, on which a network printer has been published.
  • Page 149: Network Printer

    4.14 Setting the Network Printers (b-2) Registering a Network Printer and Then Selecting a Driver for the Network Printer 1. Register a network printer. When you add a network printer without a print server by using the relevant driver for the network printer that is registered in [Printer List], you do not need to register a new network printer.
  • Page 150: Checking The Printer Drivers

    4.14 Setting the Network Printers ■ Checking the Printer Drivers The driver installed on the print server must be compatible with Windows 8. Use the following procedure to check whether the drivers installed on the print server are Windows 8 compatible drivers. Note that a print server is a computer on which printers are registered as network printers.
  • Page 151: Setting The Printer Properties (Via The Print Server)

    4.14 Setting the Network Printers ■ Setting the Printer Properties (via the Print Server) Use the following procedures to set a printer. 1. Select [View Devices and Printers] on the control panel window on the print server.  The [Devices and Printers] window appears. 2.
  • Page 152 4.14 Setting the Network Printers 6. Specify the shared name. Since the shared name is displayed on the windows of the scanner, it is recommended to name the printer with an alias that indicates the contents of the properties settings as follows.
  • Page 153: Checking The Printer Name Or The Ip Address For The Printer (For Direct Printing)

    4.14 Setting the Network Printers ■ Checking the Printer Name or the IP Address for the Printer (for Direct Printing) To check the printer name or the IP address for a network printer, refer to the printer settings on the print server on which the network printer is registered. 1.
  • Page 154: Registering A Network Printer (Network Tree) (Via The Print Server)

    4.14 Setting the Network Printers ■ Registering a Network Printer (Network Tree) (via the Print Server) 1. Select [Network Printer] under [Print].  The [Network Printer] window appears. 2. Press the [Add] button.  The window for selecting a network printer appears. ATTENTION Some domains may not be shown in the window for selecting a network printer.
  • Page 155 4.14 Setting the Network Printers 3. Select a domain  The network tree expands and the subordinate computer names are displayed. If an authentication window is displayed, enter a user name and password. If authentication is successful, the subordinate computer names are displayed. 4.
  • Page 156: Registering A Network Printer (Network Path)

    4.14 Setting the Network Printers ■ Registering a Network Printer (Network Path) 1. Select [Network Printer] under [Print].  The [Network Printer] window appears. 2. Press the [Add] button.  The window for selecting a network printer appears. 3. Press the [Network Path] button. ...
  • Page 157 4.14 Setting the Network Printers (b-2) Registering a network printer and then selecting a driver for the network printer Enter a name in [Printer Alias] and [Printer name or IP address for the network printer without print server], and select a driver name in [Driver name for the network printer without print server].
  • Page 158: Changing The Network Printer Settings

    4.14 Setting the Network Printers ■ Changing the Network Printer Settings 1. Select [Network Printer] under [Print].  The [Network Printer] window appears. 2. Select the network printer with the settings that are to be changed. 3. Press the [Edit] button. ...
  • Page 159: Viewing The Network Printer Details

    4.14 Setting the Network Printers ■ Viewing the Network Printer Details 1. Select [Network Printer] under [Print].  The [Network Printer] window appears. 2. Select the desired network printer from the printer list. 3. Press the [Details] button.  The information for the selected network printer is displayed.
  • Page 160: Viewing The Scanner Details

    4.15 Viewing the Scanner Details 4.15 Viewing the Scanner Details 4.15.1 Viewing the System Status Touch Central Admin Console Panel 1. Select [System Status] under [Status Details].  The system status information is displayed.
  • Page 161: Viewing The Usage Status

    4.15 Viewing the Scanner Details Touch 4.15.2 Viewing the Usage Status Panel Information about the number of documents that have been scanned and the status of the scanner's consumable parts (roller set) can be viewed. For details about replacing consumable parts, refer to "6.5 Replacing Parts"...
  • Page 162: Viewing The Status Of Installed Options

    4.15 Viewing the Scanner Details Touch Central Admin 4.15.3 Viewing the Status of Installed Options Console Panel 1. Select [Installed Options] under [Status Details].  The [Installed Options] window appears. 2. To switch the option to enable, select [On] under [Activation] and press the [OK] button.
  • Page 163: Managing The User Log

    4.15 Viewing the Scanner Details 4.15.4 Managing the User Log User log entries are saved in the scanner. ATTENTION  User logs may contain private information such as information on e-mail senders and fax numbers, so care should be taken when managing such data. ...
  • Page 164: Downloading The User Logs In Csv Format

    4.15 Viewing the Scanner Details ■ Downloading the User Logs in CSV Format User logs can be downloaded to a computer in CSV format. The file is saved in the following format: "Date","Time","User","Result","Code","Operation","Pages","Description" The default file name is "OperationLog.csv". 1. Select [User Log] under [Status Details]. ...
  • Page 165: Managing The System Log

    4.15 Viewing the Scanner Details 4.15.5 Managing the System Log System information logs (such as for startup, shutdown, and system errors) are saved in the scanner. ATTENTION  System logs may contain private information such as information on e-mail senders and fax numbers, so care should be taken when managing such data.
  • Page 166: Downloading The System Log In Csv Format

    4.15 Viewing the Scanner Details ■ Downloading the System Log in CSV Format When downloaded to a computer, the file will contain CSV format data. The file is saved in the following form: "Date","Time","Type","Message" The default file name is "SystemLog.csv". 1.
  • Page 167: Managing The User Data Store And System Settings

    4.16 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings 4.16 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings 4.16.1 Maintaining the User Data Store The scanner's user data store can be backed up, restored, and deleted. The user data store contains the following information: ...
  • Page 168 4.16 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings  Users A001 to A100 are to be restored, of whom 50 are already in the current user data store (users A001 to A050) and so will be overwritten. Users A051 to A100 are considered "new"...
  • Page 169: Backing Up The User Data Store

    4.16 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings ■ Backing up the User Data Store As a precaution, the user data store should be backed up regularly. The default file name is "restored_data". 1. Select [User Data Store] under [Data Management]. ...
  • Page 170: Restoring The User Data Store

    4.16 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings ■ Restoring the User Data Store The scanner's user data store can be restored from a backed-up user data store file. ATTENTION  Restoring user data overwrites all user information saved at the time of restoration, and returns all e-mail address books, fax number list, and scan settings to the time the backup was taken.
  • Page 171: Maintaining The System Settings

    4.16 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings 4.16.2 Maintaining the System Settings The scanner's system settings set by the administrator can be saved in CSV format, backed up, restored, or returned to their factory default values. The system settings refer to the information that is set by the administrator in each window.
  • Page 172: Backing Up System Settings

    4.16 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings 4. Name the file and specify where it should be saved. The file will contain CSV format data. 5. Press the [Save] button.  The system settings for the scanner are downloaded. ■...
  • Page 173: Restoring The System Settings

    4.16 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings ■ Restoring the System Settings The backed-up system settings can be restored. The system settings can be restored in the following ways.  Return the system settings backup file to the same scanner ...
  • Page 174: Resetting To Factory Defaults

    4.16 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings ■ Resetting to Factory Defaults Touch Panel The system settings, which are set by the administrator in each window, and the system logs can be reset to factory defaults. 1. Select [System Settings File] under [Data Management]. ...
  • Page 175: Maintaining The System

    4.17.1 Updating the Scanner's System Software The scanner system, security system, and installed options can be updated as follows. Download the update file on a computer from the following web page: http://www.fujitsu.com/global/support/products/computing/peripheral/scanners/fi/software/ 1. Select [System Update] under [Maintenance].  The [System Update] window appears.
  • Page 176 4.17 Maintaining the System HINT When you update installed options or the system including these options, the following window appears: 4. Press the [OK] button.  The system update process is started. After the system has been updated, the scanner is restarted. ATTENTION ...
  • Page 177: Checking For New Updates

    4.17 Maintaining the System Touch 4.17.2 Checking for New Updates Panel You can check whether new updates are available from the published server for the scanner system, security system, and installed options. You can also set whether to receive an e-mail notification if a new update is released. HINT To use the proxy server to check for released updates, set the HTTP proxy server as necessary.
  • Page 178: Checking For Updates At Scanner Startup

    4.17 Maintaining the System ■ Checking for Updates at Scanner Startup You can set the function for automatically checking for updates each time the scanner is started. 1. Select [System Update] under [Maintenance].  The [System Update] window appears. 2. Select the [Check for updates at scanner startup.] check box. HINT Checking for new updates is also performed when the scanner enters standby mode.
  • Page 179: Maintaining Add-In Modules

    4.17 Maintaining the System 4.17.3 Maintaining Add-in Modules An "Add-in" is an application created by using the SDK (development kit). In the [Add-in Software] window, the following operations are available:  Installing an Add-in module  Uninstalling an Add-in module ...
  • Page 180: Uninstalling An Add-In Module

    4.17 Maintaining the System ■ Uninstalling an Add-in Module 1. Select [Add-in Software] under [Maintenance].  The [Add-in Software] window appears. 2. Perform either of following operations:  To uninstall one Add-in module, select the Add-in module from the list and press the [Uninstall] button.
  • Page 181: Uploading An Add-In Settings File

    4.17 Maintaining the System ■ Uploading an Add-in Settings File 1. Select [Add-in Software] under [Maintenance].  The [Add-in Software] window appears. 2. Press the [Install] button.  The window for specifying an Add-in appears. 3. Press the [Browse] button for [Specify an Add-in settings file.] and specify the Add-in settings file to be uploaded.
  • Page 182: Setting The Information Output Level

    1. Select [Technical Support] under [Maintenance].  The [Technical Support] window appears. 2. Set the desired information output level. Set the level requested by your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. 3. Press the [OK] button.
  • Page 183: Obtaining Technical Support

    When the scanner is sent for repair, the information collected should also be sent to your FUJITSU scanner dealer. 1. Select [Technical Support] under [Maintenance].  The [Technical Support] window appears.
  • Page 184: Setting The Destination For Alert Notifications

    4.17 Maintaining the System 4.17.6 Setting the Destination for Alert Central Admin Notifications Touch Panel Console An alert notification can be sent by e-mail whenever a scanner alert situation occurs. This section describes how to specify an e-mail address as the destination for alert notification. When the destination for alert notification is set, an alert notification message is sent to the registered e-mail address entitled "Network Scanner (XXXX) Error"...
  • Page 185 4.17 Maintaining the System 4. To perform SMTP authentication, for [SMTP Server Authentication], specify the user authentication information to be used for sending e- mail. ATTENTION To perform the SMTP authentication, enable SMTP authentication and configure the required settings for the authentication in the [SMTP Server] window. For details, refer to "4.11.1 Setting the SMTP Server"...
  • Page 186: Getting A Screenshot On The Touch Panel

    4.17 Maintaining the System 4.17.7 Getting a Screenshot on the Touch Panel The image of the window displayed on the touch panel can be received via the network and saved in BMP or JPEG format. 1. Access the scanner from Internet Explorer by specifying the scanner name in a URL to display the download window.
  • Page 187 4.17 Maintaining the System 5. When you refer to a date/time, the scanner as the connection destination, or a comment to define a file name for the file to be saved, enter a proper string for the file name in the relevant input field. Alphanumeric characters, and symbols with the exception of "\ / : ;...
  • Page 188: Setting A Job Sequence

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence 4.18 Setting a Job Sequence After the job sequence, job menu, and job group settings are performed on the job settings menus, a regular user can use each assigned job menu at login, and process a job.
  • Page 189 4.18 Setting a Job Sequence 3. Job Group Settings A job group is a group of users assigned with the same job menu. You can set a job menu to be shared by users who belong to the same job group. Set a job menu as a default job group to be used by users who do not belong to any job groups.
  • Page 190: Job Setting Quick User Guide

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence 4.18.1 Job Setting Quick User Guide The procedure for an administrator to set up job is shown below. Setting a job sequence For details, refer to "4.18.2 Setting a Job Sequence" (page Jobs List 192). View, add to, or edit the Jobs List.
  • Page 191 4.18 Setting a Job Sequence Processing a job For details, refer to "5.14 Processing a  By setting [On] for [Job Mode] on the Job" (page 330). [Scanner Central Admin Server] window, which is displayed by selecting [Scanner Central Admin Server] under [Network Admin], and releasing job mode settings on the [Job Mode Settings] window of Central Admin Console, the job mode...
  • Page 192: Setting A Job Sequence

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence Central Admin 4.18.2 Setting a Job Sequence Console Set the scan options and job item (e-Mail/Fax/Print/Save) to be processed together as a job sequence. Up to 1,000 job sequences can be set. HINT For details about displaying the window for setting a job sequence via Central Admin Console, refer to the Scanner Central Admin User's Guide.
  • Page 193 4.18 Setting a Job Sequence 5. Press to the left of [Common Settings], and set the operations for when a job is processed. ATTENTION The layout of the message displayed in the message screen settings, and the actual [Message Screen] layout on the scanner may differ. Check the message layout on the scanner, and set the message.
  • Page 194 4.18 Setting a Job Sequence 6. Press to the left of [Scan Settings]. For details about [Separation] in [Save], refer to "Splitting an Output File" (page 201). For other settings, refer to "5.9 Setting the Scan Options" (page 271).
  • Page 195 4.18 Setting a Job Sequence 7. Set a job item. HINT Up to ten items can be set. 8. If [e-Mail] is selected for the job item in Step 7, perform settings related to sending e-mail. For details about setting values, refer to "5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail"...
  • Page 196 4.18 Setting a Job Sequence 9. If [Fax] is selected for the job item in Step 7, perform settings related to sending a fax. For details about setting values, refer to "5.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax" (page 244). HINT Press the [Browse] button to set a different e-mail address from the [LDAP List] window.
  • Page 197 4.18 Setting a Job Sequence  Process results files use the UTF-8 character set.  Process results files contain the following output: Item Value ResultFileVersion V1.0 ScannerName Scanner name User User Date Save completion date Time Save completion time Result Save process results ResultCode Result code...
  • Page 198: Cloning A Job Sequence

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Cloning a Job Sequence This section describes how to clone a job sequence. 1. Press the [Job Menu Settings] button on the Tool Menu. 2. Press the [Job Sequences] tab.  The [Jobs List] window appears. 3.
  • Page 199: Deleting A Job Sequence

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Deleting a Job Sequence This section describes how to delete a job sequence. 1. Press the [Job Menu Settings] button on the Tool Menu. 2. Press the [Job Sequences] tab.  The [Jobs List] window appears. 3.
  • Page 200: Filtering The Ldap List

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Filtering the LDAP List This section describes how to filter the LDAP List on the [LDAP List] window. 1. Specify each item on the [LDAP List] window. 2. Select the [Find] button.  The filtered results appear. HINT If the [Find] button is selected, an authentication window appears.
  • Page 201: Splitting An Output File

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Splitting an Output File An output file can be split in the following ways for a job sequence:  Specifying a number of pages  Using a patch code sheet This function allows you to split a file in a specified unit of pages without stopping a scan when scanning more than one document.
  • Page 202: Setting A Job Menu

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence Central Admin 4.18.3 Setting a Job Menu Console Assign the job sequence set in "4.18.2 Setting a Job Sequence" (page 192) to a job button, and job buttons on a job menu. Up to 100 job menus can be set. HINT For details about displaying the window for setting a job sequence via Central Admin Console, refer to the Scanner Central Admin User's Guide.
  • Page 203 4.18 Setting a Job Sequence 5. Select the line corresponding to the job button position (1) to (6), and select the [Edit] button.  The [Job Button Settings] window appears. 6. Specify each item. 7. Press the [OK] button.  A job button is set on the [Job Menu Layout] area. 8.
  • Page 204 4.18 Setting a Job Sequence 9. Change the position of the job buttons assigned on the job menu as necessary. Select the job button to move, and then select either to move it. The relationship between the order of job buttons on the [Job Menu Layout] area and the arrangement of buttons on the [Job Menu] is shown below.
  • Page 205: Cloning A Job Menu

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Cloning a Job Menu This section describes how to clone a job menu. 1. Press the [Job Menu Settings] button on the Tool Menu. 2. Press the [Job Menus] tab.  The [Job Menus List] window appears. 3.
  • Page 206: Deleting A Job Menu

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Deleting a Job Menu This section describes how to delete a job menu. 1. Press the [Job Menu Settings] button on the Tool Menu. 2. Press the [Job Menus] tab.  The [Job Menus List] window appears. 3.
  • Page 207: Setting A Job Group

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence Central Admin 4.18.4 Setting a Job Group Console Assign the job menu set in "4.18.3 Setting a Job Menu" (page 202) to a job group. Users included in a job group can use the job menus assigned to the group. Users included in multiple job groups can use the multiple job menus assigned to those groups.
  • Page 208 4.18 Setting a Job Sequence 5. Press the [Select] button.  The [Select Job Menu] window appears. 6. Select a job menu. 7. Press the [OK] button.  A job menu is set on the [Settings For Selected Group(s)] area. 8.
  • Page 209 4.18 Setting a Job Sequence 12. In the [Member Name] list of [Member Search], select the check box of a user name, Active Directory group, or local account to be added to a job group. HINT To filter the LDAP List, refer to "Filtering the LDAP List"...
  • Page 210: Cloning A Job Group

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Cloning a Job Group This section describes how to clone a job group. 1. Press the [Job Menu Settings] button on the Tool Menu. 2. Press the [Job Groups] tab.  The [Job Groups List] window appears. 3.
  • Page 211: Deleting A Job Group

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Deleting a Job Group This section describes how to delete a job group. 1. Press the [Job Menu Settings] button on the Tool Menu. 2. Press the [Job Groups] tab.  The [Job Groups List] window appears. 3.
  • Page 212: Assigning Job Menus To Users Not Included In A Job Group

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Assigning Job Menus to Users Not Included in a Job Group Users who are not included in any job group automatically belong to a Default Group. This section describes how to assign job menus to those users. 1.
  • Page 213: Filtering The Ldap List

    4.18 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Filtering the LDAP List This section describes how to filter the LDAP List on the [Group Member Settings] window. 1. For [Filter Conditions] of the LDAP List, specify each item. 2. Select the [Find] button. ...
  • Page 214: Messages

    4.19 Messages 4.19 Messages The following shows an example of the window that appears to display a message for the administrator. The following lists the meanings of icons shown on message windows. Icon Details Indicates a warning message. This icon is displayed also for improper input values.
  • Page 215: Administrator Window Messages

    4.19 Messages 4.19.1 Administrator Window Messages For details about messages and system logs, other than those shown in the table below, refer to Help. Window Message Action Admin Tool Connection error For details about the action to be taken, refer to "7.2.3 Failure to Access the Scanner Using Internet Explorer, the Admin...
  • Page 216: Chapter 5 Regular User Operations

    Chapter 5 Regular User Operations User This scanner is used to scan documents which then can be sent by e-mail or fax, printed via a network scanner, or saved to a folder. To perform the operations described in this chapter, the scanner must first be set up by the administrator.
  • Page 217: Loading Documents

    5.1 Loading Documents Loading Documents This section describes how to load documents onto the scanner. 5.1.1 How to Load Documents 1. Check the number of document sheets. For document sheet limits, refer to "A.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity" (page 403). 2.
  • Page 218 5.1 Loading Documents 3. Pull up the extension to hold the documents, and pull out the stacker. Pull out the stacker and lift up Stacker extension 1 and Stacker extension 2 towards you. Extension Stacker Stacker extension 1 Stacker extension 2 HINT The stacker holds the document sheets after they have been scanned.
  • Page 219 5.1 Loading Documents 4. Load the documents into the ADF paper chute. Load the document front side down, with the top of the document entering the scanner first (when multiple document sheets are loaded, the last page is on the top).
  • Page 220 5.1 Loading Documents 5. Adjust the side guides to the width of the documents. Move the side guides so that they touch both sides of the documents. If there is any space between the side guides and the edges of documents, the scanned data may be skewed.
  • Page 221: Loading Documents Using A Carrier Sheet

    5.1 Loading Documents 5.1.2 Loading Documents Using a Carrier Sheet With an optional Carrier Sheet, you can scan documents larger than A4 size, such as A3, Double Letter, and B4. To do this, you fold the document in half and scan both sides continuously in duplex mode, one side at a time.
  • Page 222 5.1 Loading Documents HINT  When placing the Carrier Sheet with the printed black and white pattern to be at the top, the front of the Carrier Sheet has the thick vertical line at the right side.  If [Face-up] is selected for [Document Feed Direction] on the [Paper] window, align the fold side with the right edge of the Carrier Sheet so that the document fits into the Carrier Sheet at the lower corner.
  • Page 223 5.1 Loading Documents 4. Start the scan.  The front and back side images are merged into a double-page spread image. ATTENTION  There may be a gap between the front and back side images, or a line may appear on the output scan image.
  • Page 224: Using Touch Panel Windows: Regular User

    5.2 Using Touch Panel Windows: Regular User Using Touch Panel Windows: Regular User 5.2.1 [Main Menu] Window The types of buttons displayed on the menu differ, for example, according to the settings of the linked server. When e-Mail, Fax, Print, Save, and Scan to SharePoint are set, the following window is displayed.
  • Page 225: Job Menu] Window

    5.2 Using Touch Panel Windows: Regular User 5.2.2 [Job Menu] Window The types of buttons displayed on the menu differs according to the job settings. In the following example, six jobs are set. When a regular user belongs to multiple job groups, a menu and buttons to switch the [Job Menu] window appear as shown below.
  • Page 226: Regular User Settings Overview

    5.2 Using Touch Panel Windows: Regular User 5.2.3 Regular User Settings Overview Regular users can configure the following setting items as long as these items have been enabled by the administrator.  Login Setting Set the scanner to automatically login without displaying the [Login] window, when the scanner power is switched on or restarted.
  • Page 227: Logging In: Regular User Mode

    5.3 Logging in: Regular User Mode Logging in: Regular User Mode Do not move or shake the scanner when it is turned on. This may damage components in the scanner and cause data to be CAUTION lost. Depending on the authentication mode and the specified user name, the following authentication process is performed for login authentication.
  • Page 228 5.3 Logging in: Regular User Mode  For users registered in a local account Specify a user name from the user information of the local account. Authentication is performed with a specified user login name for a local account saved in a scanner.
  • Page 229 5.3 Logging in: Regular User Mode 2. Enter a user name and password. HINT If [Active Directory Global Catalog] is selected for the login LDAP server, the [UPN Suffix] input field is displayed.  User names including a UPN suffix may be up to 64 characters long. The entered UPN suffix is remembered and used again at the next login.
  • Page 230: Sending The Scanned Data By E-Mail

    5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail ATTENTION If an LDAP server is set, register the user e-mail address with the LDAP server. If a local account is set, register the user e-mail address. If the user e-mail address is not registered, e-mails cannot be sent.
  • Page 231 5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 3. Enter an e-mail address in the [From] field. This field can be entered if logged in with the guest account, that has no set e-mail address. For details about e-mail address settings values, refer to "B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values"...
  • Page 232 5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail HINT Scanned data can be checked on the [Scan Viewer] window. The scanned data can be edited on the scan viewer details window which is displayed after a scanned image is selected. For more details, refer to "5.10 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer"...
  • Page 233: Selecting An E-Mail Target From The E-Mail Address Book

    5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 5.4.1 Selecting an e-Mail Target from the e-Mail Address Book The following explains how to use an e-mail address book to specify destinations when sending an e-mail, instead of directly entering e-mail addresses with a keyboard. The details to select e-mail addresses from an e-mail address book are described in Step Step 3...
  • Page 234 5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 1. On the [Send e-Mail] window, press in the e-mail address field.  The [e-Mail Address Book] window appears. 2. Select the [LDAP List] tab.  The [e-Mail Address Book] window for the LDAP List appears. 3.
  • Page 235 5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 6. Select a search position setting.  The window returns to the [e-Mail Address Book] LDAP List. The selected position is displayed in [Search Position]. 7. Press  The search results are displayed on the right side. Five results are displayed at a time.
  • Page 236 5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail HINT  The number of search results to be displayed can be set by the administrator. For details, refer to "4.10.2 Setting the e-Mail LDAP Server" (page 122).  Therefore, search results differ according to the list selected. Search String My List LDAP List...
  • Page 237: Adding An E-Mail Target To The E-Mail Address Book

    5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 5.4.2 Adding an e-Mail Target to the e-Mail Address Book The following explains how to add an e-mail address or a distribution list to your My List in the e-mail address book. e-Mail addresses or distribution lists cannot be added to the LDAP List.
  • Page 238 5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 3. Press the [Edit e-Mail Address Book] button.  The [Edit e-Mail Address Book] window appears. 4. Press To add an e-mail address or distribution list to a group, display the target group and press the button.
  • Page 239 5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 5. Enter the information of the e-mail address to be added.  For e-mail addresses On the [e-Mail Address] tab, enter the e-mail address, first name, and last name to be added. For details about e-mail address settings values, refer to "B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values"...
  • Page 240 5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail  For distribution lists On the [Distribution List] tab, enter the list name and e-mail addresses to be added to the distribution list. For details about e-mail address settings values, refer to "B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values"...
  • Page 241: Editing An E-Mail Target In The E-Mail Address Book

    5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 5.4.3 Editing an e-Mail Target in the e-Mail Address Book The following explains how to edit My List in the e-mail address book. LDAP List cannot be edited. 1. Perform the steps from Step 1 Step 3 "5.4.2 Adding an e-Mail Target...
  • Page 242 5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail  For distribution lists Enter the list name and e-mail addresses to be added to the distribution list. For details about e-mail address settings values, refer to "B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values" (page 408).
  • Page 243: Deleting An E-Mail Target From The E-Mail Address Book

    5.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 5.4.4 Deleting an e-Mail Target from the e-Mail Address Book The following explains how to delete an e-mail address or a distribution list from your My List. e-Mail targets cannot be deleted from the LDAP List. 1.
  • Page 244: Sending The Scanned Data By Fax

    5.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 1. On the [Main Menu] window, press the [Fax] button.  The [Send Fax] window appears. HINT The scan information can be changed by pressing of [Scan Settings]. For details, refer to "5.9 Setting the Scan Options"...
  • Page 245 5.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 4. Press the [Scan & Send] button. When [Scan Viewer] is [On], this will be the [Scan] button.  Scanning starts.  The scanned data is sent by fax immediately after the scanning is completed, and the touch panel screen returns to the [Main Menu] window.
  • Page 246: Selecting A Fax Number From The Fax Number List

    5.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 5.5.1 Selecting a Fax Number from the Fax Number List When sending a fax, instead of directly entering a fax number with keyboard, fax numbers may be selected from a fax number list. To enter a fax number using the fax number list, refer to Step 2 "5.5 Sending the...
  • Page 247 5.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 5. Select a search position setting.  The window returns to the [Fax Number List]. The search method that you selected is set in [Search Position]. 6. Press  Five results are displayed at a time. 7.
  • Page 248: Adding A Contact To The Fax Number List

    5.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 5.5.2 Adding a Contact to the Fax Number List This section describes how to add a contact to the fax number list. A maximum of 1,000 fax numbers can be saved in the fax number list. You cannot add any more fax numbers if the list already contains 1,000 fax numbers.
  • Page 249 5.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 3. Enter the fax contact details. 4. Press the [OK] button.  The contact is added to the fax number list.
  • Page 250: Editing The Fax Number List

    5.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 5.5.3 Editing the Fax Number List Edited fax contact numbers are accessible to all users. 1. Open the [Fax Number List] window in either of the following ways.  On the [Send Fax] window, press on the right side of the recipient fax No.
  • Page 251: Deleting A Contact From The Fax Number List

    5.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 5.5.4 Deleting a Contact from the Fax Number List Fax contact numbers deleted from the list are no longer accessible to any user. 1. Open the [Fax Number List] window in either of the following ways. ...
  • Page 252: Printing The Scanned Data

    5.6 Printing the Scanned Data Printing the Scanned Data 1. On the [Main Menu] window, press the [Print] button.  The [Print] window appears. HINT The scan information can be changed by pressing of [Scan Settings]. For details, refer to "5.9 Setting the Scan Options"...
  • Page 253 5.6 Printing the Scanned Data 3. Select a target printer and press the [OK] button. HINT Only printers which were added in the list by the administrator can be selected. To change the printers in the list, contact the administrator. For more details about adding printers, refer to "4.14 Setting the Network Printers"...
  • Page 254 5.6 Printing the Scanned Data 6. Press the [Scan] button. When [Scan Viewer] is [Off], this will be a [Scan & Print] button.  The scanning starts. When [Scan Viewer] is [Off], the scan settings and scanning status (preview) can be switched and shown during a scan. When [Scan Viewer] is [On], the [Scan Viewer] window appears.
  • Page 255: Scaling

    5.6 Printing the Scanned Data 5.6.1 Scaling Set whether to print the scanned data according to the printing paper size. The setting selected here will be used every time the user prints a document. 1. On the [Print] window, press the [Scaling] button. ...
  • Page 256 5.6 Printing the Scanned Data Scanned Print Sheet Positioning Result Data Small Large Center Scanned Data Scanned Data Print Sheet Top Left Scanned Data Large Small Center Scanned Data Scanned Data Print Sheet Top Left Scanned Data Same Same Center Scanned Data Print Sheet Top Left...
  • Page 257 5.6 Printing the Scanned Data  100% The image is printed at full scale, regardless of the paper size.  If the positioning setting is [Center], the control point for printing is the center point of the print sheet.  If the positioning setting is [Top Left], the control point for printing is the top left corner of the print sheet.
  • Page 258 5.6 Printing the Scanned Data Print Sheet Scanned Data Positioning Result Same Same Center Scanned Data Scanned Data Print Sheet Top Left  This returns you to the [Print] window. The selected scaling setting is displayed to the right of the [Scaling] button. ATTENTION For more details about edge filling, refer to "5.9.17 Filling the Edge of Scanned Image (Edge...
  • Page 259: Positioning

    5.6 Printing the Scanned Data 5.6.2 Positioning Set the print position of the scanned data. The setting selected here will be used every time the user prints a document. 1. On the [Print] window, press the [Positioning] button.  The [Positioning] window appears. 2.
  • Page 260 5.6 Printing the Scanned Data Button Scaling Control Point Center 100% Uses the center point of the sheet as a control point. Center Control Point Available Area for Printing Top Left Shrink to Fit Uses the top left corner of the area available for printing as a control point.
  • Page 261: Print Side

    5.6 Printing the Scanned Data 5.6.3 Print Side Set whether to print on one side (simplex mode) or both sides (duplex mode). 1. On the [Print] window, press the [Print Side] button.  The [Print Side] window appears. 2. Select a print mode. ...
  • Page 262: Saving The Scanned Data To A Network Folder

    5.7 Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder Save the scanned data to a network folder or an FTP server folder. 1. On the [Main Menu] window, press the [Save] button. ...
  • Page 263 5.7 Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder 3. Select a folder for saving the scanned data. HINT You can select a folder from the list of folders that are added by the administrator in advance. To change the folders in the list, contact the administrator. For more details about adding network folders, refer to "4.13.1 Setting the Network Folders"...
  • Page 264 5.7 Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder 7. Press the [Scan] button. When [Scan Viewer] is [Off], this will be a [Scan & Save] button.  Scanning starts. When [Scan Viewer] is [Off], the scan settings and scanning status (preview) can be switched and shown during a scan.
  • Page 265: Saving The Scanned Data To A Sharepoint Folder

    5.8 Saving the Scanned Data to a SharePoint Folder Saving the Scanned Data to a SharePoint Folder 1. On the [Main Menu] window, press the [Scan to SharePoint] button.  The [Scan to SharePoint] window appears. HINT The scan information can be changed by pressing of [Scan Settings].
  • Page 266 5.8 Saving the Scanned Data to a SharePoint Folder 3. Select a SharePoint folder and press the [OK] button. HINT You can select a SharePoint folder from the list of SharePoint folders that are added by the administrator in advance. To change the folders in the list, contact the administrator. For more details about adding SharePoint folders, refer to "4.13.3 Setting the SharePoint Folders"...
  • Page 267 5.8 Saving the Scanned Data to a SharePoint Folder 7. In the [Max. File Size] field, enter the maximum file size at which a file is to be split into multiple files, and press the [OK] button.  The [Scan to SharePoint] window is shown again. 8.
  • Page 268 5.8 Saving the Scanned Data to a SharePoint Folder 9. Select a content type used to manage the scanned data on the SharePoint server, and press the [OK] button.  The selected content type is set. According to the selected content type, a list of properties defined on the SharePoint server is shown in the [Scan to SharePoint] window.
  • Page 269 5.8 Saving the Scanned Data to a SharePoint Folder 10. Set properties in either of the following ways.  Enter properties directly in the input fields that correspond to the properties to be edited.  Press for a property to be edited, and set the property in the [Edit Properties] window.
  • Page 270 5.8 Saving the Scanned Data to a SharePoint Folder 12. Check and edit the scanned data. Scanned data can be checked on the [Scan Viewer] window. The scanned data can be edited on the scan viewer details window which is displayed after a scanned image is selected.
  • Page 271: Setting The Scan Options

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options Setting the Scan Options The scan settings window appears by pressing the [Scan Settings] in the following windows.  [Send e-Mail] window  [Send Fax] window  [Print] window  [Save] window  [Scan to SharePoint] window The following types of scan settings are available.
  • Page 272: Relational Changes Among Scan Setting Items

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.1 Relational Changes among Scan Setting Items Changing one scan setting item affects other scan setting items. The following table shows how the setting items are affected by each other. ■ Basic Settings which become invalid Conditions which make an Item when an item in the Item...
  • Page 273 5.9 Setting the Scan Options Settings which become invalid Conditions which make an Item when an item in the Item item in the Item column invalid column is set Image Mode (continued) Grayscale  Image Mode, [Sensitivity]  Processing type, [Fax], and Fax Service, [Type 1] or [Type ...
  • Page 274 5.9 Setting the Scan Options Settings which become invalid Conditions which make an Item when an item in the Item item in the Item column invalid column is set Paper Size Automatic  Resolution, [600dpi]  Carrier Sheet, [A3]  Resolution, [Custom] 301 dpi ...
  • Page 275 5.9 Setting the Scan Options Settings which become invalid Conditions which make an Item when an item in the Item item in the Item column invalid column is set Resolution 150 dpi, Custom (199  Index Output, Barcode  Index Output, Barcode dpi or less) 200 dpi, Custom (200 —...
  • Page 276: Save

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options ■ Save When the scan settings window is opened from the [Print] window, the [Save] menu is grayed out. Settings which become Conditions which make an Item invalid when an item in the item in the Item column invalid Item column is set File Format PDF (Single page)
  • Page 277 5.9 Setting the Scan Options Settings which become Conditions which make an Item invalid when an item in the item in the Item column invalid Item column is set PDF Password  PDF Password, [Password]  Processing type, [Fax] (for the scan settings on the [Send —...
  • Page 278 5.9 Setting the Scan Options Settings which become Conditions which make an Item invalid when an item in the item in the Item column invalid Item column is set Text Recognition (continued) Edit OCR Highlighted Text —  Processing type, [Fax] (for the scan settings on the [Send Fax] window) ...
  • Page 279 5.9 Setting the Scan Options Settings which become Conditions which make an Item invalid when an item in the item in the Item column invalid Item column is set Text Recognition (continued) Text Recognition for —  Processing type, [Fax] (for the scan settings on the [Send Pages, [Target pages] Fax] window)
  • Page 280: Image Correction

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options ■ Image Correction Settings which become Conditions which make an Item invalid when an item in the item in the Item column invalid Item column is set Thresholding Sensitivity —  Image Mode, [Grayscale]  Image Mode, [Color] Thresholding (background) —...
  • Page 281 5.9 Setting the Scan Options ■ Page Settings which become Conditions which make an Item invalid when an item in the item in the Item column Item column is set invalid Rotation Auto  Rotation, [Flip Type]  Processing type, [Print] (Set to [0°], [Vertical]) (for the 0°, 90°(CW), 90°(CCW), —...
  • Page 282: Paper Feeding

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options ■ Paper Feeding Settings which become Conditions which make an Item invalid when an item in the item in the Item column Item column is set invalid Multifeed Detection Do not detect — — Ultrasonic —...
  • Page 283: Setting Image Mode

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.2 Setting Image Mode To set an image mode (type) for the scanned document, follow the steps below. You can set whether the document is scanned in "color", "grayscale" or "black & white". 1. Select [Image Mode] under [Basic] on the scan settings window. ...
  • Page 284: Setting Paper

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.3 Setting Paper You can set the paper scanning side, the feed direction to load paper in the scanner, and the paper size. 1. Select [Paper] under [Basic] on the scan settings window.  The [Paper] window appears. 2.
  • Page 285: Resolution

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.4 Resolution Changing the resolution level affects the scanned data in the following ways. Item High resolution Low resolution Scan speed Slow Fast Scan quality High File size Large Small 1. Select [Resolution] under [Basic] on the scan settings window. ...
  • Page 286: Configuring Settings For A Carrier Sheet

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.5 Configuring Settings for a Carrier Sheet To set whether or not to use a Carrier Sheet, follow the steps below. When using a Carrier Sheet, set the size of the scanned document to be output. 1.
  • Page 287: File Format

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.6 File Format To set a file format for the scanned data, follow the steps below. Some scan settings cannot be used for certain file formats. Option PDF (*1) PDF/A (*1) JPEG TIFF (*1) Text Recognition —...
  • Page 288 5.9 Setting the Scan Options HINT When PDF format is selected, select whether or not to use [High Compression for Color PDF] mode. When [High Compression for Color PDF] is selected, characters and backgrounds are separated and only backgrounds are compressed. Therefore, the file size of a character based document can be reduced without the quality of the characters being decreased.
  • Page 289: Setting A Pdf Password

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.7 Setting a PDF Password When the file format is [PDF], PDF files can be locked with a user-specified password. ATTENTION The password will need to be entered every time the password-protected PDF file is opened. Do not forget or lose this password.
  • Page 290: Searchable Pdf

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.8 Searchable PDF When the file format is [PDF] or [PDF/A], the scanned data can be converted to a searchable PDF by automatically recognizing character strings contained in the document to be scanned. ATTENTION Conversion to searchable PDF may take extra time. 1.
  • Page 291: Setting A Keyword For The Pdf

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.9 Setting a Keyword for the PDF When the file format is [PDF] or [PDF/A], a character string such as the title of a black and white document can be set as a PDF file keyword and can be used when searching the PDF file.
  • Page 292 5.9 Setting the Scan Options The color of an entire marked section should be even in thickness. Bad Example 1 Bad Example 2 (The characters are not Good Example (The color is not even) completely covered)  Up to 10 sections can be marked in a page. ATTENTION ...
  • Page 293 5.9 Setting the Scan Options To automatically set a keyword for a PDF file, change the settings as shown below. ATTENTION  Conversion to searchable PDF may take extra time.  If the same character string is marked at multiple locations of a document, the same keyword is added to the PDF file multiple times.
  • Page 294 5.9 Setting the Scan Options 3. Select whether or not to enable editing of character strings in marked sections at [Edit OCR Highlighted Text]. When sending a file asynchronously as an administrator, you cannot edit the character strings in marked sections. HINT When sending as an e-mail attachment, faxing, printing, or saving scanned data, the [Scan Viewer] window appears, and then a window for editing the character strings in...
  • Page 295: Compression

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.10 Compression When [Automatic], [Grayscale], or [Color] is selected in "5.9.2 Setting Image Mode" (page 283), the compression rate for scanned data can be set. For photographs and graphics, their file sizes can be decreased by increasing the compression rate.
  • Page 296 5.9 Setting the Scan Options HINT The following tables show the estimated file sizes for when the single side of one color page is scanned. Actual paper size: A4 size (general catalog) File format: PDF Scanner paper size setting: A4 ...
  • Page 297: Thresholding

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.11 Thresholding The sensitivity for outputting scanned data in black and white can be set. Clear scanned image output can be obtained from documents with dark background. 1. Select [Thresholding] under [Image Correction] on the scan settings window.
  • Page 298: Controlling The Image Quality Of Scanned Data (Control Image Tone)

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.12 Controlling the image quality of scanned data (Control Image Tone) To control the image quality of scanned images, follow the steps below. Scanned data can be adjusted to be standard, soft (opaque), sharp (clear), or bright tone. The following color tone items can be controlled manually when [Custom] is selected: ...
  • Page 299: Optimizing Scanned Data (Cleanup)

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.13 Optimizing Scanned Data (Cleanup) Scanned data can be optimized by image processing. Setting items differ depending on the image mode. ■ In [Color] or [Grayscale] mode The following items can be set.  Sharpness Emphasize the outlines of text or lines, and reduce moire (recurrent patterns).
  • Page 300: In [Black & White] Mode

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options ■ In [Black & White] mode The following items can be set.  Character Thickness Modify the font or line weight.  Character Augmentation Perform character augmentation.  Noise Removal Remove noise (dot-shaped unwanted data in the background). ...
  • Page 301: Reducing Vertical Streaks

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.14 Reducing Vertical Streaks This section describes how to specify whether or not to reduce vertical streaks on the scanned data, which were caused by dirt inside the scanner. 1. Select [Vertical Streaks Reduction] under [Image Correction] on the scan settings window.
  • Page 302: Removing Colors From Scanned Images (Dropout Color)

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.15 Removing Colors from Scanned Images (Dropout Color) The colors red, green and blue (primary colors) can be deleted during scanning. For example, if a document with black characters and a green border is scanned, only the black characters will appear on the scanned image.
  • Page 303: Page Orientation

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.16 Page Orientation Scanned data is automatically rotated to the correct orientation. 1. Select [Rotation] under [Page] on the scan settings window.  The [Rotation] window appears. 2. Select the rotation angle and the flip type for the scanned data.
  • Page 304 5.9 Setting the Scan Options In duplex mode, the flip type can be selected when the page rotation angle is set. The following table shows the flip types and the resulting scanned data. Flip Type Scanned Data Vertical Select this setting when scanning a document with opposing left and right pages (facing pages with long side as the middle crease).
  • Page 305: Filling The Edge Of Scanned Image (Edge Correction)

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.17 Filling the Edge of Scanned Image (Edge Correction) This section describes how to use the Edge Correction function to improve the appearance of the entire scanned image by filling the unwanted outside area with a specified color.
  • Page 306 5.9 Setting the Scan Options 1. Select [Edge Correction] under [Page] on the scan settings window.  The [Edge Correction] window appears. 2. Specify whether or not to use the edge filler function, and when it is used, specify the color and area to be filled in. 3.
  • Page 307: Skipping Blank Pages From The Scanned Data

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.18 Skipping Blank Pages from the Scanned Data The scan process can be set to skip any blank pages in the scanned data. For example, when a stack of documents containing both two-sided and one-sided documents is scanned in duplex scan mode, this feature removes only the reverse side (i.e.
  • Page 308: Detecting Multifeeds

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.19 Detecting Multifeeds The scanner can be set to detect multifeeds and stop the scan with an error message. Multifeeds are to be detected by layer and length. The following explains how to set whether or not multifeeds are to be detected and set up multifeed detection method.
  • Page 309: Outputting Index Information

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options 5.9.20 Outputting Index Information Index information refers to a file in which the scanned results were output. Specify whether to output the index information. This option reads an on-document barcode and outputs the results to the index information file.
  • Page 310: Index Information File Format

    5.9 Setting the Scan Options ■ Index Information File Format File Name The name of an index information file is created as follows: FileName.ImageModeExtension.index.xml Example: When a scanned file name is "a.pdf" a.pdf.index.xml File Format This section uses the default output items as an example. <?xml version = "1.0"...
  • Page 311 5.9 Setting the Scan Options Output Items and Order The following items are output in a predetermined order. Item Name Description XML Item Name Stream No. Stream number Stream No. Stream number that outputs an image is output. "1" is always output. Document No.
  • Page 312 Item Name Description XML Item Name Device name Device name of the scanner that was used for Device name scanning (N7100 is output as the device name) Barcode Text recognized from a barcode. Barcode recognition The first 128 bytes for a one-dimensional result barcode.
  • Page 313: Enabling/Disabling The Scan Viewer

    5.10 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer 5.10 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer The [Scan Viewer] window can be set to appear before the scanned data is processed. Scanned data can be checked on the [Scan Viewer] window. The scanned data can be edited on the scan viewer details window which is displayed after a scanned image is selected.
  • Page 314 5.10 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer When sending an e-mail with [Scan When sending an e-mail with [Scan Viewer] set to [On] Viewer] set to [Off] On the [Send e-Mail] window, press the On the [Send e-Mail] window, press the [Scan] button. [Scan &...
  • Page 315 5.10 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer When sending an e-mail with [Scan When sending an e-mail with [Scan Viewer] set to [On] Viewer] set to [Off] When assisted scan starts, a document is scanned again and the previous image is replaced with the newly edited image. Press the [Send] button on the [Scan Viewer] window.
  • Page 316: Editing The Scanned Data In The Scan Viewer

    5.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer 5.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer Scanned data can be checked on the [Scan Viewer] window. The scanned data can be edited on the scan viewer details window which is displayed after a scanned image is selected.
  • Page 317: Switching The Page Order Of The Scanned Data

    5.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer 5.11.1 Switching the Page Order of the Scanned Data When a document with two or more pages is scanned, the page order of the scanned data shown on the [Scan Viewer] window can be switched between descending and ascending orders.
  • Page 318: Viewing The Scanned Data

    5.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer 5.11.2 Viewing the Scanned Data The scanned data can be viewed one by one on the scan viewer details window. 1. Select scanned data on the [Scan Viewer] window.  The scan viewer details window appears. 2.
  • Page 319: Changing The Display Size Of Scanned Data

    5.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer 3. Press to show the page you want to check. ■ Changing the Display Size of Scanned Data The display size of the scanned data shown on the scan viewer details window can be changed to the same magnification or to fit the preview window.
  • Page 320: Deleting Scanned Data

    5.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer ■ Deleting Scanned Data A specific page can be deleted from the scanned data shown on the scan viewer details window. The scanned data from which a specific page was deleted is sent by e-mail or fax and is printed or saved to the network folder as it is.
  • Page 321 5.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer 3. Load the documents with the images that you want to adjust into the ADF paper chute, and press the [OK] button.  Scanning starts.  After scanning is complete, the [Assisted Scan] window appears. 4.
  • Page 322: Changing The Display Size Of Scanned Data

    5.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer ■ Changing the Display Size of Scanned Data The scanned data shown for [Original] and [Current] on the [Assisted Scan] window can be zoomed in and out or can be fitted in the preview window. 1.
  • Page 323: Editing A Separator

    5.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer 5.11.5 Editing a Separator When a separator is displayed in the Scan Viewer, the name of the file that is to be split can be edited. 1. Press to edit the separator that you want. ...
  • Page 324: Deleting A Separator

    5.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer 5.11.6 Deleting a Separator When a separator is displayed in the Scan Viewer window, the separator can be deleted. 1. Press to delete the separator that you want. A window for confirming the deletion appears. 2.
  • Page 325: Editing Marked Characters To Be Set As Keywords

    5.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer 5.11.8 Editing Marked Characters to Be Set as Keywords When character strings in marked sections are scanned to be set as keywords for the PDF file, the recognized text from the marked sections can be edited. HINT For more details about setting whether or not to edit character strings in marked sections, refer to...
  • Page 326: Viewing The Send Status

    5.12 Viewing the Send Status 5.12 Viewing the Send Status 5.12.1 Viewing Details on Send Operations That Were Completed (User Log) The send status is shown for the current user. The send status is listed in the order of date/time. Even if the [Region/Timezone] or [Date/Time] settings are changed, the order of the log entries will not be changed.
  • Page 327: Viewing Details On Send Operations That Are In Progress

    5.12 Viewing the Send Status 5.12.2 Viewing Details on Send Operations That Are In Progress When the send status (job action) is in a waiting state or being retried, the condition of the send status can be viewed. The list of the send status is shown in order of priority. The send status that is in a waiting state or being retried can also be cancelled.
  • Page 328: Maintenance

    5.13 Maintenance 5.13 Maintenance The following maintenance operations are possible:  Editing the e-mail address book  Editing the fax number list  Roller cleaning  Scan test  Administrator login (when [Auto Login] is set to [On] on the [Login Settings] window) ...
  • Page 329 5.13 Maintenance  [Roller Cleaning] button The [Roller Cleaning] window appears. You can check the way the feed rollers and eject rollers should be rotated. For details, refer to "Feed roller (×2) and eject roller (×2)" (page 348).  [Edit Fax Numbers] button The [Fax Number List] window appears.
  • Page 330: Processing A Job

    5.14 Processing a Job 5.14 Processing a Job This section uses an example where buttons from [Job1] to [Job6] have been set. 1. On the [Job Menu] window, press a Job button. HINT When the scanner account belongs to multiple job groups, the [Job Menu] windows can be switched by using the job menu switch buttons on the [Job Menu List] window, which appears when a list button is pressed.
  • Page 331 5.14 Processing a Job 2. Press the [Scan] button on the [Message Screen].  Scanning starts. When the scanning has completed, the [Scan Viewer] window appears. HINT  When [Off] is set, the [Scan Viewer] window is not shown.  When a file name can be changed, the [File Name] window is shown before a scan. For details about the operation, refer to "5.14.2 Changing a File Name (for Save/e-Mail Attachment)"...
  • Page 332: Enabling/Disabling The Message Screen

    5.14 Processing a Job 5.14.1 Enabling/Disabling the Message Screen You can select whether to show the [Message Screen] for checking the contents of a job. ATTENTION When [Message Screen] is disabled, it is not possible to select whether or not to show the [Message Screen].
  • Page 333 5.14 Processing a Job Operations vary according to whether the [Message Screen] is set to [On] or [Off].  If a job sequence is processed when [Message Screen] is set to [On], the [Message Screen] will be shown. HINT After checking the message, press the [Scan] button to start the scan. If any further job setup steps are required, press the [OK] button that appears instead.
  • Page 334: Changing A File Name (For Save/E-Mail Attachment)

    5.14 Processing a Job 5.14.2 Changing a File Name (for Save/e-Mail Attachment) When a job is processed, file names to be used when saving or attaching scanned data to an e-mail can be changed. HINT It is not possible to change a file name when the [File Name] window is set not to be shown. 1.
  • Page 335: Checking The Number Of Sheets To Be Scanned

    5.14 Processing a Job 5.14.3 Checking the Number of Sheets to Be Scanned When a job is processed, the expected number of sheets to be scanned can be specified, so that the actual number of scanned sheets can be checked after a scan. HINT If either of the following settings is selected for the job sequence setting, the [Scan Count] window is not shown.
  • Page 336 5.14 Processing a Job 3. Press the [Scan] button.  Scanning starts. HINT When the [Scan Viewer] window is shown after a scan, you can check whether the number of scanned sheets is the same as that set in the [Scan Count] window at the area shown below.
  • Page 337 5.14 Processing a Job After scanning has completed, the following confirmation window is shown if the number of scanned sheets is set to be checked. Contact the administrator to change the setting of whether or not to check the scan count. For details, refer to "4.18.2 Setting a Job Sequence"...
  • Page 338: Splitting A File Using Patch Codes

    5.14 Processing a Job 5.14.4 Splitting a File Using Patch Codes The separation function with patch code sheets is supported for a job sequence. This function allows you to split a file in a specified unit of pages without stopping a scan when scanning more than one document.
  • Page 339 5.14 Processing a Job ATTENTION  When printing a patch code sheet, pay attention to the following:  Use blank white paper.  Print it at 100%. If you print it in a reduced size, the printed sheet is not recognized correctly.
  • Page 340: Changing A User Password

    5.15 Changing a User Password 5.15 Changing a User Password A user password can be changed when logged in as a user registered in a local account. 1. On the [Maintenance] window, press the [Change Password] button.  The [Change Password] window appears. 2.
  • Page 341: Chapter 6 Scanner Care

    Chapter 6 Scanner Care Admin User This chapter describes how to clean the scanner and replace parts in order to maintain the scanner in optimum scanning condition. Do not use any aerosol sprays or alcohol-based sprays to clean the scanner. Dust blown up by strong air from the spray may enter the WARNING inside of the scanner.
  • Page 342: Cleaning Supplies And Parts To Clean

    Cleaning Wipes are used instead of PFU LIMITED moistened cloths. Soft, dry cloth Any commercially available lint-free product Contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider to obtain these products. For more details, refer to the following web page: http://www.fujitsu.com/global/about/resources/shop/computing/peripheral/scanners/...
  • Page 343: Which Parts And When

    6.1 Cleaning Supplies and Parts to Clean ■ Which Parts and When Part to Clean Cleaning Frequency Brake roller Clean after every 1,000 sheets are scanned. Feed roller Eject roller Pick roller Idler roller Glass Ultrasonic sensor ATTENTION Cleaning frequency may be increased depending on the condition of documents. When the following types of documents are scanned, the scanner parts need to be cleaned more frequently than indicated above.
  • Page 344: Cleaning The Exterior Of The Scanner

    6.2 Cleaning the Exterior of the Scanner Cleaning the Exterior of the Scanner ■ Cleaning the Scanner Body The scanner exterior (other than the touch panel), the ADF paper chute, and the stacker must be cleaned using a dry cloth or a cloth slightly moistened with Cleaner F1 or a mild detergent.
  • Page 345: Cleaning Inside The Scanner

    6.3 Cleaning Inside the Scanner Cleaning Inside the Scanner Clean the interior of the scanner with a cloth slightly moistened with Cleaner F1 or the Cleaning Wipe. Scanning repeatedly may cause dust and paper dust to accumulate inside the scanner resulting in a scanning error.
  • Page 346 6.3 Cleaning Inside the Scanner 3. Pull the cover release catch toward you and open the LCD cover. Cover release catch Be careful that the LCD cover does not shut on your fingers. CAUTION...
  • Page 347 6.3 Cleaning Inside the Scanner 4. Clean the following parts with a soft cloth slightly moistened with Cleaner F1 or with the Cleaning Wipe. Ultrasonic sensor (×2) Idler roller (×4) (Also on the ADF paper chute) Glass (×2) Brake roller (×2) (Also on the ADF paper chute) Eject roller (×2) Feed roller (×2)
  • Page 348 6.3 Cleaning Inside the Scanner  Ultrasonic sensor (×2) Clean lightly with a soft cloth to wipe their surfaces clean. If you have trouble wiping them with the cloth, use a cotton swab. ATTENTION Be careful when cleaning not to catch the cloth or the Cleaning Wipe in the document detection sensor.
  • Page 349 6.3 Cleaning Inside the Scanner 3 Press the [Roller Cleaning] button. The [Roller Cleaning] window appears. 4 Open the LCD cover. 5 Lightly press a soft cloth slightly moistened with Cleaner F1 or the Cleaning Wipe against the surface of the rollers.
  • Page 350 6.3 Cleaning Inside the Scanner 6 Press the [Cleaning] button on the [Roller Cleaning] window. When the button is pressed, the feed rollers and eject rollers rotate slightly. Pressing the button continuously rotates the feed rollers and eject rollers for a fixed amount every few seconds. Gently clean the rollers as you rotate them.
  • Page 351: Cleaning A Carrier Sheet

    6.4 Cleaning a Carrier Sheet Cleaning a Carrier Sheet Use a soft dry cloth, a cloth slightly moistened with Cleaner F1 or a mild detergent, or the Cleaning Wipe to clean a Carrier Sheet. Lightly wipe off the dirt and dust from the surface and interior of a Carrier Sheet. As the Carrier Sheet is repeatedly used, dirt and dust may collect on the surface of or inside the Carrier Sheet.
  • Page 352: Replacing Parts

    For more details about how to check the consumable alert status, refer to "6.5.2 Checking the Consumable Alert Status" (page 353). To obtain these parts, contact your FUJITSU dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. For more details, refer to the following web page: http://www.fujitsu.com/global/about/resources/shop/computing/peripheral/scanners/...
  • Page 353: Checking The Consumable Alert Status

    6.5 Replacing Parts 6.5.2 Checking the Consumable Alert Status 1. On the [Main Menu] or [Job Menu] window, press the [Consumable Alert] button. HINT The [Consumables Alert] button on the [Job Menu] window can be shown by pressing  The [Consumable Alert] window appears. 2.
  • Page 354: Replacing The Roller Set

    6.5 Replacing Parts 6.5.3 Replacing the Roller Set The Roller Set is made up of the brake roller and the pick roller. The procedure for replacing each roller is as follows. 1. Turn off the scanner power and wait for at least 15 minutes. For details, refer to "2.1 Turning the Power On/Off"...
  • Page 355 6.5 Replacing Parts 2. Remove the shaft. Lift the right side of the roller first, then pull out the shaft from the slot on the left. Brake roller Shaft 3. Remove the brake roller from its shaft. Shaft Brake roller 4.
  • Page 356 6.5 Replacing Parts 5. Install the brake roller with the shaft on the scanner. Fit the left end of the shaft in the slot, then install the rest of the shaft in place. Brake roller Shaft 6. Close the cover of the brake roller. ATTENTION Make sure that the shaft is attached properly.
  • Page 357 6.5 Replacing Parts 6. Replace the pick roller. 1. Open the sheet guide. Slide the side guides all the way, and pull the sheet guide open from the dip. Side guides Sheet guide 2. Rotate the lock release tab on the shaft in the direction of the arrow. Lock release tab...
  • Page 358 6.5 Replacing Parts 3. Remove the pick roller. Slightly lift the Lock release tab of the shaft (by approximately 5 mm), slide the shaft to the direction of the arrow below, and lift it up all the way. Lock release tab ATTENTION Be careful not to touch the gear near the lock release tab on the shaft as it contains grease.
  • Page 359 6.5 Replacing Parts 4. Install a new pick roller on the scanner. Insert the left end of the shaft into the slot of the scanner, and lower the other end gradually. Pick roller 5. Rotate the lock release tab on the shaft in the direction of the arrow. Lock release tab ATTENTION Make sure that the pick roller is installed properly.
  • Page 360 6.5 Replacing Parts 6. Close the sheet guide. Make sure that both ends of the sheet guide are locked firmly. 7. Close the LCD cover.  You should hear a click. Be careful that the LCD cover does not shut on your fingers. CAUTION 8.
  • Page 361: Purchasing A Carrier Sheet

    The part name and the part number of a separately sold Carrier Sheet are as follows: Part Name Part No. No. of Items Carrier Sheet PA03360-0013 To obtain a Carrier Sheet, contact your FUJITSU dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. For more details, refer to the following web page: http://www.fujitsu.com/global/about/resources/shop/computing/peripheral/scanners/...
  • Page 362: Performing A Scan Test

    6.6 Performing a Scan Test Performing a Scan Test After scanner cleaning or replacement of consumable parts, perform a scan test. ■ Regular User 1. On the [Main Menu] or [Job Menu] window, press the [Maintenance] button. HINT The [Maintenance] button on the [Job Menu] window can be shown by pressing ...
  • Page 363 6.6 Performing a Scan Test 4. Press the [Scan] button.  The scan test starts.  When the scan test has completed, the [Scan Viewer] window appears. If the scanner fails to scan correctly, an error message is displayed. Deal with errors as required.
  • Page 364: Administrator

    6.6 Performing a Scan Test ■ Administrator 1. On the administrator window, select [Scan Test] under [Device Test].  The [Scan Test] window appears. 2. Press the [Start] button. 3. Load the document into the ADF paper chute for the scan test. 4.
  • Page 365: Calibrating The Touch Panel

    6.7 Calibrating the Touch Panel Calibrating the Touch Panel Touch Panel This should be done when the touch panel responses seem out of alignment with the positions of objects on the screen. 1. On the administrator window, select [Calibrate Screen] under [Device Test].
  • Page 366: Chapter 7 Troubleshooting

    Admin User This chapter provides information on dealing with scanner operation problems such as paper jams, points to check before contacting your FUJITSU scanner dealer, and help on how to check scanner labels. 7.1 Removing Jammed Documents................. 367 7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting.............. 370 7.3 Other Troubleshooting ..................
  • Page 367: Removing Jammed Documents

    7.1 Removing Jammed Documents Removing Jammed Documents If a document jam occurs, follow the procedure below to remove the jammed documents.  Do not forcibly pull out jammed documents. Make sure to open the LCD cover before removing the documents. WARNING ...
  • Page 368 7.1 Removing Jammed Documents 3. Remove the jammed document. ATTENTION  Objects such as staples and paper clips can cause document jams.  Take care not to damage the glass or the sheet guides when removing stapled or paper-clipped documents. 4.
  • Page 369 7.1 Removing Jammed Documents 3. Align the edges of the document sheets to be loaded, and slightly skew the leading edge of the document. Slightly skew Feed direction ATTENTION Scanning the document sheets whose edges are not aligned might cause paper jams or damage to the document.
  • Page 370: Network Connection Troubleshooting

    If the cause of the problem is unknown or the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer" (page 394) contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
  • Page 371 7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting When checking the network connection status by a Ping test, the following results are possible. Follow each action described below. The four lines below are shown as a response from the ping test. IPv4 address: Reply from (destination IPv4 address) :bytes=32 time<(time) ms TTL=(TTL value) IPv6 address: Reply from (destination IPv6 address) :time<(time) ms...
  • Page 372 7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting "Ping statistics" shows "Lost=N (1 to 99% loss)". ■ Details  Communication with the Ping target is not stable.  There may be problems in the hardware transmission path. For example, the LAN cable may have become disconnected during the ping test. ■...
  • Page 373: Checking The Network Operating Status

    7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting ■ Checking the Network Operating Status Check the network status on the [Network Status] window. For details about the checking procedure, refer to "4.8.2 Checking the Network Operating Status" (page 110) "G.3.5 Checking the Network Operating Status" (page 467).
  • Page 374: Checking The Ntp Server Settings By Synchronizing The System Time

    7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting ■ Checking the NTP Server Settings by Synchronizing the System Time On the [NTP Server] window, press the [Sync Time] button to check if the system time can be synchronized. After pressing the [Sync Time] button, follow each action described below according to the message that is shown.
  • Page 375: Checking The Mail Server By Sending A Test Mail

    7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting ■ Checking the Mail Server by Sending a Test Mail On the [Alert Notification] window, press the [Test] button to check if an e-mail can be sent to the specified destination. After pressing the [Test] button, follow each action described below according to the message that is shown.
  • Page 376: Other Network Connection Troubleshooting

    If the cause of the problem is unknown or the problem persists, check the items in "7.4 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer" (page 394) contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
  • Page 377 7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting Another host or communication device is connected using the same IP address as the scanner. ■ Action If the same IP address has already been used by another host or communication device, then even if the other device has been given a different IP address, the server may not recognize the scanner's "duplicate"...
  • Page 378: Failure To Connect To A Server Using Its Host Name Or Fqdn

    7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting ■ Failure to Connect to a Server Using Its Host Name or FQDN If a server cannot be connected to by using its host name or FQDN, and does not respond to a ping test, try the following steps: Same as in "Failure to Connect to a Server Using Its IP Address"...
  • Page 379: Failure To Add A Network Printer

    7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting ■ Failure to Add a Network Printer If adding a network printer to/from the scanner is not possible, try the following steps. Also, read the printer manual beforehand that provides information about how to set printer settings and how to add a network printer. The Windows 8 printer driver has not been installed on the print server.
  • Page 380: Failure To Print On A Network Printer

    7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting ■ Failure to Print on a Network Printer If printing on a network printer which has been set in the scanner is not possible, try the following steps. Also, read the printer manual beforehand that provides information about how to set printer settings and how to add a network printer.
  • Page 381: Failure To Save To A Network Folder

    7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting The LAN Manager authentication level is not set to the same level as the server for the network folder. ■ Action Set the LAN Manager authentication level to the same level as the server for the network folder. ■...
  • Page 382: The Central Admin Server, Or The User Editor

    7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting 7.2.3 Failure to Access the Scanner Using Internet Explorer, the Admin Tool, the Central Admin Server, or the User Editor If access is not possible when attempting to connect to the scanner using Internet Explorer, the Admin Tool, or the Central Admin Server, or the User Editor, try the following steps: Same as in "Failure to Connect to a Server Using Its IP Address"...
  • Page 383 7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting In Internet Explorer, the security level for the target zone is set to [High] on the [Security] tab in the [Tools] menu - [Internet Options]. For [Custom Level], [Prompt] or [Disable] is set for [Active scripting] under [Scripting] in the [Settings] area.
  • Page 384 7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting In Internet Explorer, [Tools] menu - [Internet Options] - [Advanced] tab, the [Use SSL 3.0] check box under [Security] in the [Settings] area is not selected. ■ Action 1. In Internet Explorer, select the [Tools] menu  [Internet Options]. 2.
  • Page 385: Other Troubleshooting

    If the problem still cannot be solved after consulting the troubleshooting suggestions, check the points in "7.4 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer" (page 394) and then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. The possible problems are as follows: Problem List ■...
  • Page 386: Scanner Cannot Be Turned On

    After turning the power off, wait for at least 10 seconds before turning the power back on again. If the problem persists even after taking the above mentioned actions, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
  • Page 387: I Want To Reset The Scanner To Factory Defaults

    After turning the power off, wait for at least 10 seconds before turning the power back on again. If the problem persists even after taking the above mentioned actions, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
  • Page 388 After turning the power off, wait for at least 10 seconds before turning the power back on again. If the problem persists even after taking the above mentioned actions, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
  • Page 389 7.3 Other Troubleshooting ■ Check item Is the brake roller or the pick roller dirty? ■ Action Clean the brake roller and the pick roller. For more details, refer to "6.3 Cleaning Inside the Scanner" (P.345). ■ Check item Is the brake roller or the pick roller worn out? ■...
  • Page 390: Scanned Data Is Inappropriate

    7.3 Other Troubleshooting When scanning with a Carrier Sheet, the [Paper jam has occurred. Remove the documents from the ADF and try again.] message appears and an error occurs. ■ Check item When an error occurs while scanning with a Carrier Sheet, after the [Scanning with the carrier sheet failed.
  • Page 391 7.3 Other Troubleshooting Scanned data appears skewed or distorted. ■ Check item Has the document been loaded correctly? ■ Action Load the document correctly. Quality of scanned data is poor. ■ Check item Is the glass dirty? ■ Action Clean the glass. Scanned data is partially cut off.
  • Page 392: Cannot Login

    ■ Action Turn off the Caps Lock and try logging in again. If the password has been lost or forgotten, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. The [Login] window is not displayed when connecting via the network.
  • Page 393 After turning the power off, wait for at least 10 seconds before turning the power back on again. If the problem persists even after taking the above mentioned actions, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
  • Page 394: Points To Check Before Contacting Your Fujitsu Scanner Dealer

    7.4 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer Before contacting your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider, check the following points. 7.4.1 General Details Info...
  • Page 395: Error Status

    7.4 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer 7.4.2 Error Status ■ Problem When Connecting to the Scanner via Computer Info Findings OS (Windows) Internet Explorer version Admin Tool version Displayed error message ■ Document Feed Trouble Info...
  • Page 396: Sending An Original Document And Scanned Data

    7.4 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer ■ Sending an Original Document and Scanned Data Info Findings Can both the original document and scanned Circle one: data be sent by fax or e-mail? Available Unavailable...
  • Page 397: Checking The Scanner Labels

    7.5 Checking the Scanner Labels Checking the Scanner Labels The following diagrams show where the labels are located on the scanner. The labels are on the back of the scanner. Label A Label B The following are the label examples. ...
  • Page 398: Pre-Maintenance Preparations

    7.6 Pre-Maintenance Preparations Pre-Maintenance Preparations Before sending the scanner for maintenance, the user data store and system settings should be backed up. "Backing up the User Data Store" (page 169) "4.16.1 Maintaining the User Data  Store" (page 167)  "4.16.2 Maintaining the System Settings"...
  • Page 399: Appendix A Paper Specifications

    Appendix A Paper Specifications Admin User This appendix describes the paper size and quality requirements for ensuring that the ADF operates correctly when scanning documents. A.1 Paper Size ......................400 A.2 Paper Quality ...................... 401 A.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity ............403 A.4 Area not to be Perforated or Affixed with Other Papers.........
  • Page 400: Paper Size

    A.1 Paper Size A.1 Paper Size The following paper sizes can be scanned with this scanner: Width: 50.8 to 216 mm (2 to 8.5 in.) Length: 50.8 to 355.6 mm (2 to 14 in.)(*) (*): The maximum length of a document that can be scanned is 3,048 mm (120 in.). When you scan a document longer than 863 mm (34 in.), set the resolution to 200 dpi or less.
  • Page 401: Paper Quality

    A.2 Paper Quality A.2 Paper Quality Paper Type The following paper types are recommended for use with the ADF:  Woodfree paper  Wood containing paper  PPC paper (recycled paper)  Plastic card When documents of a paper type other than those listed above are scanned, perform the test-scan with a same paper type first to check if the document can be scanned without problem.
  • Page 402 A.2 Paper Quality ATTENTION  Carbonless paper contains chemical substances that may damage the brake rollers or other rollers (such as the pick roller) when documents are fed. Pay attention to the following:  Cleaning If paper jams occur frequently, clean the brake rollers and pick roller. For details about cleaning, refer to "Chapter 6 Scanner Care"...
  • Page 403: Maximum Document Loading Capacity

    A.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity A.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity The maximum number of sheets that can be loaded into the ADF paper chute is determined by the size and weight of document papers. The following graph shows the maximum document loading capacity of ADF according to paper size and weight.
  • Page 404: Area Not To Be Perforated Or Affixed With Other Papers

    A.4 Area not to be Perforated or Affixed with Other Papers A.4 Area not to be Perforated or Affixed with Other Papers ADF feeding errors may occur while scanning if the document has any (punched) holes, or if any other papers are attached in the area shown in the following figure. 25 mm 25 mm Control point for scan Page top...
  • Page 405: Multifeed Detection Conditions

    A.5 Multifeed Detection Conditions A.5 Multifeed Detection Conditions There are three multifeed detection modes: document layer, document length, and both document layer and length. The following conditions must be satisfied in each of these detection modes. Detection by Layer  Set sheets of the same weight in the ADF paper chute for a series of scans. ...
  • Page 406: Conditions For Using A Carrier Sheet

    A.6 Conditions for Using a Carrier Sheet A.6 Conditions for Using a Carrier Sheet A.6.1 Paper Size The following paper sizes can be scanned with this scanner:  A3 (297 × 420 mm)(*)  B4 (JIS) (257 × 364 mm)(*) ...
  • Page 407: Appendix B Management Settings And Limits

    Appendix B Management Settings and Limits Admin User This appendix describes e-mail address setting values and the limits for the setting items. B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values ................408 B.2 Limits for Setting Items..................409...
  • Page 408: E-Mail Address Setting Values

    B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values e-Mail addresses may be up to 256 characters long. One of the following e-mail address formats must be used:  XXXXXXX@IP_address  XXXXXXX@Host_name  XXXXXXX@Domain_name XXXXXXX Comprised of alphanumerics and the following symbols: ! # $ % &...
  • Page 409: Limits For Setting Items

    B.2 Limits for Setting Items B.2 Limits for Setting Items Item Limit e-Mail Destination e-mail addresses (For each: To, Cc, Bcc) Segment size 64 to 10,240 KB (Up to the size of one split e-mail) Maximum attachment size 1 to 20 MB Address warning limit 2 to 1,000 e-Mail addresses registered...
  • Page 410 B.2 Limits for Setting Items Item Limit Job Management Registered jobs 1,000 (Up to 10 actions can be registered per job) Registered job menus Registered job groups Registered job group 1,000 members (Total of users and LDAP groups) LDAP group availability Users within the 5th level range User Management...
  • Page 411: Appendix C Compatibility And Connectivity

    Appendix C Compatibility and Connectivity Admin User This appendix describes the compatibility and connectivity of the resources/programs for the scanner. C.1 Compatibility....................... 412 C.2 Connectivity ......................416...
  • Page 412: Compatibility

    In the chart below, ".NET Framework" is described as ".NET". For details about each Add-in, refer to the SDK reference guide. Location for Installing N1800 fi-6010N Add-in Performance N7100 SDK 6.0.0 to SDK 4.0.0 to Compatibility 7.0.0 or later 6.1.0 6.1.0...
  • Page 413: Using System Settings In Other Scanners

    C.1 Compatibility C.1.2 Using System Settings in Other Scanners The following table shows whether the backed-up system settings can be restored to other scanners or not. Restore to N7100 N1800 fi-6010N Backing Up & Restoring the Data First version or any...
  • Page 414: Sharing User Data

    C.1 Compatibility C.1.4 Sharing User Data The following table shows whether user data is sharable or not when sharing user data is enabled on the Central Admin Server. Sharing Share with N7100 N1800 fi-6010N (Model) N7100 — — N1800 Yes (*) —...
  • Page 415: Distribution From The Central Admin Console Server

    C.1.6 Distribution from the Central Admin Console Server The following table shows whether the items below can be distributed from the Central Admin Console Server. Connect to Distribution from the Central Admin Console Server N7100 N1800 fi-6010N 4.6 or later (*) System Update Add-in...
  • Page 416: Connectivity

    C.2 Connectivity C.2 Connectivity C.2.1 Connectivity with the Admin Tool Connectivity with the Admin Tool is as follows. Connectivity Connect to N7100 N1800 fi-6010N (Model, Version) N7100 03.01 N1800 02.02 to 02.04 — fi-6010N 02.01 to 02.02 — — Yes: Connectable —: Not Connectable C.2.2 Connectivity with the User Editor (AddressBookEditor)
  • Page 417: Connectivity With The Central Admin Server

    C.2 Connectivity C.2.3 Connectivity with the Central Admin Server Connectivity with the Central Admin Server is as follows. Connect to Connectivity with the Central Admin Server N7100 N1800 fi-6010N 4.6 or later (*) 3.0 to 4.5 (*) — 2.0 to 2.6 (*) —...
  • Page 418: Smtp Server Settings For Using Webmail

    C.2 Connectivity C.2.5 SMTP Server Settings for Using Webmail When using Webmail to send e-mail, specify the SMTP settings according to the Webmail as follows. SMTP Server Port Authenticatio Webmail Authentic Address(*) Number n Mode ation Gmail smtp.gmail.co STARTTLS on Select AUTH LOGIN, AUTH PLAIN...
  • Page 419: Appendix D Scanner Specifications

    Appendix D Scanner Specifications Admin User This appendix gives specifications for the scanner. D.1 Installation Specifications ................. 420 D.2 Basic Scanner Specifications ................421 D.3 Software Function List..................422 D.4 Changing the Functions on the On-Screen Keyboard........424 D.5 Barcode Types and Detection Conditions ............426...
  • Page 420: Installation Specifications

    D.1 Installation Specifications D.1 Installation Specifications Item Specification Dimensions (W × D × H) 300 × 232 × 172 mm (11.81 × 9.14 × 6.77 in.) (This does not include the ADF paper chute or other parts that stick out) Weight 6.0 kg 8.4-in.
  • Page 421: Basic Scanner Specifications

    D.2 Basic Scanner Specifications D.2 Basic Scanner Specifications Item Specification Remarks Scanner type ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) Image sensor Color CIS × 2 One for the front side, and the other for the back side Light source RGB 3-color LED Scannable Minimum 50.8 ×...
  • Page 422: Software Function List

    D.3 Software Function List D.3 Software Function List Item Specification System Authentication User type Available Server Active Directory, OpenLDAP Serverless Available Authentication LAN Manager, Kerberos mode (Local account is also available) Network Protocol IPv4, TCP, UDP, ICMP, DNS, DHCP, WINS, NTP, SNMP IPv6, ICMPv6, DNSv6, DHCPv6, WSD, LLMNR, Neighbor Discovery, Router Discovery/Advertisement...
  • Page 423 D.3 Software Function List Item Specification Operation Setting method Touch panel, remote management Remote management Available (Central Admin Console) Integrated management Available (Central Admin Console)
  • Page 424: Changing The Functions On The On-Screen Keyboard

    D.4 Changing the Functions on the On-Screen Keyboard D.4 Changing the Functions on the On-Screen Keyboard The scanner supports the on-screen keyboard that enables entering characters on the touch panel. For details on how to show/hide the on-screen keyboard, refer to "2.4 Using the On- Screen Keyboard"...
  • Page 425 D.4 Changing the Functions on the On-Screen Keyboard Keyboard Layout Operation Switching the symbols that are displayed  Each time you press , the symbols that are displayed are switched.
  • Page 426: Barcode Types And Detection Conditions

    D.5 Barcode Types and Detection Conditions D.5 Barcode Types and Detection Conditions This section describes the barcode types that can be used and the detection conditions. Barcodes that do not meet the detection conditions may not be recognized correctly. ■ One-dimensional Barcodes Code Character Set Number of Digits...
  • Page 427 D.5 Barcode Types and Detection Conditions Item Conditions Narrow element  UPC-A/EAN/JAN 300 dpi or more: 0.264 mm/0.010 in. or wider width/module width Less than 300 dpi: 0.30 mm/0.012 in. or wider  CODE39/CODE128/EAN128/Codabar (NW7) 300 dpi or more: 0.20 mm/0.008 in. or wider Less than 300 dpi: 0.30 mm/0.012 in.
  • Page 428: Appendix E Snmp Settings

    Appendix E SNMP Settings Admin User This appendix describes the SNMP settings. The SNMP settings are used to acquire SNMP information from the SNMP manager and to send SNMP trap notification to the SNMP manager. E.1 Corresponding MIB .................... 429 E.2 MIB Information ....................
  • Page 429: Corresponding Mib

    E.1 Corresponding MIB E.1 Corresponding MIB The corresponding MIB is as follows:  PC MIB  .iso.org.internet.mgmt.mib-2  system(1)  interfaces(2)  ip(4)  icmp(5)  tcp(6)  udp(7)  PFU net scanner MIB  PFU-unique...
  • Page 430: Mib Information

    E.2 MIB Information This section describes MIB information obtained from the MIB notification. ■ ScannerInfo Key Name Key Value Description Corresponding MIB/OID ModelName Scanner model modelName N7100 (fixed) 1.3.6.1.4.1.18886.1.2.2.1 SerialNo Scanner serial No. serialNo Example: A6RCA12345 1.3.6.1.4.1.18886.1.2.2.2 OperatingStatus Scanner power status...
  • Page 431: Pickroller

    E.2 MIB Information ■ PickRoller Key Name Key Value Description Corresponding MIB/OID Status Pick roller status componentInfoStatus 1: No replacement required 1.3.6.1.4.1.18886.1.2.2.3.1.1.4.2 2: To be replaced soon 3: Replacement time has passed Descr Status description componentInfoDescr 1: PICK ROLLER Normal 1.3.6.1.4.1.18886.1.2.2.3.1.1.7.2 2: PICK ROLLER Replace soon 3: PICK ROLLER Replace now...
  • Page 432: Snmp Trap Notification

    E.3 SNMP Trap Notification E.3 SNMP Trap Notification The SNMP trap OID is as follows: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18886.1.2.1 The SNMP trap format is as follows: Occurrence_date/ time,Source,IP_address,Model,Serial_No.,Event_type,Message_code,Message Occurrence_date/time: Date/time of message notification (Format: MM.DD.YYYY hh:mm:ss AM or PM) Source: Name of the computer that sent the message IP_address: IP address of the computer that sent the message Model:...
  • Page 433: Appendix F Editing Using User Editor

    Appendix F Editing Using User Editor Admin User This appendix describes how to edit e-mail address books and local accounts using User Editor. A regular user can contact the administrator for details about the settings of User Editor. F.1 What is User Editor?................... 434 F.2 Pre-settings ......................
  • Page 434: What Is User Editor

    F.1 What is User Editor? F.1 What is User Editor? User Editor is an application that is used for editing a scanner e-mail address book (My List) or local accounts. A scanner e-mail address book or local accounts can be edited from a computer by connecting the computer with User Editor installed to a scanner via the network interface.
  • Page 435: Pre-Settings

    F.2 Pre-settings F.2 Pre-settings For the system requirements for using User Editor, refer to "1.5.1 Requirements for Admin Tool and User Editor" (page 41). For the port numbers, refer to "1.5.3 Port Number List" (page 48). F.2.1 Installing User Editor To edit an e-mail address book or a local account of a scanner via the network interface, install User Editor in a computer.
  • Page 436: Uninstalling User Editor

    F.2 Pre-settings F.2.2 Uninstalling User Editor This section uses Windows 7 as an example. Uninstall User Editor from [Control Panel]  [Programs]  [Programs and Features] in the computer in which it is installed. ATTENTION Close the User Editor before uninstalling. If User Editor is uninstalled while still open, normal operation of the open User Editor is not guaranteed.
  • Page 437: Windows Of User Editor

    F.3 Windows of User Editor F.3 Windows of User Editor The User Editor window contains the [Address Book] tab and [Local Account] tab. The following shows the details of each tab.  [Address Book] tab This tab page is used for editing the e-mail targets in the e-mail address book. Menu bar Toolbar Status bar...
  • Page 438 F.3 Windows of User Editor  [Local Account] tab This tab page is used for editing the local accounts saved in the scanner. Menu bar Toolbar Status bar Local account list...
  • Page 439: Starting/Exiting User Editor

    F.4 Starting/Exiting User Editor F.4 Starting/Exiting User Editor ■ Starting User Editor 1. Start User Editor.  Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows Server 2003/Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2008 R2 Select the [Start] menu  [All Programs]  [Network Scanner]  [Network Scanner User Editor]. ...
  • Page 440: Viewing The E-Mail Address Book/Local Accounts

    F.5 Viewing the e-Mail Address Book/Local Accounts F.5 Viewing the e-Mail Address Book/Local Accounts Load and view e-mail address books or local accounts. ■ Loading from a Scanner Load e-mail address books or local accounts from a scanner in the following ways. 1.
  • Page 441: Loading From A File

    F.5 Viewing the e-Mail Address Book/Local Accounts ■ Loading from a File Load e-mail address books or local accounts from a file in the following ways. 1. Select the [Address Book] tab to load e-mail address books. Select the [Local Account] tab to load local accounts. 2.
  • Page 442: File Format Of Local Accounts Loaded From A File

    F.5 Viewing the e-Mail Address Book/Local Accounts (*): Up to 64 characters can be specified. Spaces at the start and end of a name are omitted if specified. ■ File Format of Local Accounts Loaded from a File This section describes the file format available for local accounts that can be loaded from a file.
  • Page 443: Editing An E-Mail Target In The E-Mail Address Book

    F.6 Editing an e-Mail Target in the e-Mail Address Book Editing an e-Mail Target in the e-Mail Address Book This section describes how to edit e-mail targets in the e-mail address book. An e-mail address book can contain up to 5,000 groups, distribution lists, and e-mail addresses.
  • Page 444: Changing The Group Name

    F.6 Editing an e-Mail Target in the e-Mail Address Book ■ Changing the Group Name 1. Select the [Address Book] tab. 2. In the group list, select the group name to be changed. 3. Open the [Edit Group] dialog box in either of the following ways. ...
  • Page 445: Setting A Distribution List

    F.6 Editing an e-Mail Target in the e-Mail Address Book F.6.2 Setting a Distribution List Set distribution lists in the e-mail address book. Multiple e-mail addresses can be registered in a distribution list. By specifying a distribution list as an e-mail destination, an e-mail can be sent to all the e- mail addresses registered in the list at the same time.
  • Page 446: Editing A Distribution List

    F.6 Editing an e-Mail Target in the e-Mail Address Book ■ Editing a Distribution List 1. Select the [Address Book] tab. 2. Select the distribution list to be edited. 3. Open the [Edit Address] dialog box in either of the following ways. ...
  • Page 447: Setting An E-Mail Address

    F.6 Editing an e-Mail Target in the e-Mail Address Book F.6.3 Setting an e-Mail Address Set an e-mail address in the e-mail address book. ■ Adding an e-Mail Address 1. Select the [Address Book] tab. 2. Select a group to which the new address is to be added. 3.
  • Page 448: Editing An E-Mail Address

    F.6 Editing an e-Mail Target in the e-Mail Address Book ■ Editing an e-Mail Address 1. Select the [Address Book] tab. 2. Select the e-mail address to be edited. 3. Open the [Edit Address] dialog box in either of the following ways. ...
  • Page 449: Editing Local Accounts

    F.7 Editing Local Accounts F.7 Editing Local Accounts This section describes how to edit the local accounts saved in the scanner. Up to 100 local accounts can be added. F.7.1 Adding a Local Account 1. Select the [Local Account] tab. 2.
  • Page 450: Editing A Local Account

    F.7 Editing Local Accounts F.7.2 Editing a Local Account 1. Select the [Local Account] tab. 2. Select a local account to be edited. 3. Open the [Edit Account] dialog box in either of the following ways.  Select the [Local Account] menu  [Properties]. ...
  • Page 451: Discarding The Edited E-Mail Address Book Or Local Accounts

    F.8 Discarding the Edited e-Mail Address Book or Local Accounts F.8 Discarding the Edited e-Mail Address Book or Local Accounts Discard the edited information of the e-mail address book or local accounts and restore it to its original state. 1. Select the [Address Book] tab to discard the edited information of the e- mail address book.
  • Page 452: Saving The E-Mail Address Book/Local Account

    F.9 Saving the e-Mail Address Book/Local Account F.9 Saving the e-Mail Address Book/Local Account Save the edited e-mail address book or local account to the scanner. ■ Saving the Edited Information to the Scanner Save the edited e-mail address book or local account to the scanner. By saving the e-mail address book to the scanner, My List is updated with the changes.
  • Page 453: Saving The Edited Information To A File

    F.9 Saving the e-Mail Address Book/Local Account ■ Saving the Edited Information to a File Save the edited e-mail address book or local accounts to a file in CSV format. 1. Select the [Address Book] tab to save e-mail address books. Select the [Local Account] tab to save local accounts.
  • Page 454: User Editor Information Shown In User Log

    F.10 User Editor Information Shown in User Log F.10 User Editor Information Shown in User Log In the administrator or regular user [User Log] window, user logs of User Editor can be viewed. The user log items for User Editor are shown as follows: Log Item Info Options Description...
  • Page 455: User Editor Information Shown In System Log

    F.11 User Editor Information Shown in System Log F.11 User Editor Information Shown in System Log In the administrator [System Log] window, system logs of User Editor can be viewed. The system log items for User Editor are shown as follows: Log Item Info Options Description...
  • Page 456: Appendix G Ipv6 Settings

    Appendix G IPv6 Settings Admin User This appendix refers to the specifications for the IPv6 settings. G.1 Overview of IPv6 Support for the Scanner ............457 G.2 Configuring IPv6 Settings for the Scanner ............458 G.3 Configuring IPv6 Communication Environment ..........462 G.4 Using the Settings of the IPv6 Function for the Scanner in Other Scanners468...
  • Page 457: Overview Of Ipv6 Support For The Scanner

    If the IPv6 function is disabled, the window remains the same as it usually does.  Admin Tool Admin Tool is updated to support IPv6 and is able to connect the computer to N7100 with an IPv6 address. Connection with an IPv4 address is still possible as always.
  • Page 458: Configuring Ipv6 Settings For The Scanner

    G.2 Configuring IPv6 Settings for the Scanner G.2 Configuring IPv6 Settings for the Scanner G.2.1 Installing the IPv6 Function Install the IPv6 function in the following procedure: ■ Checking the System Version 1. An administrator checks that the system version of the scanner is "ns001 01.07.01.xxxx"...
  • Page 459: Using The Office Functions Via Ipv6

    G.2 Configuring IPv6 Settings for the Scanner ■ Using the Office Functions via IPv6 1. A regular user logs in to the scanner via the touch panel. For details, refer to "5.3 Logging in: Regular User Mode" (page 227). 2. Specify a server that is configured for the IPv6 communication environment and perform a scan.
  • Page 460 @ in the e-mail address. Admin Tool Login window User Editor Login window — Internet Login window that Explorer is used to connect the computer to N7100 Yes: Can be used. —: Cannot be used.
  • Page 461: Port Number List

    G.2 Configuring IPv6 Settings for the Scanner G.2.3 Port Number List Function From/To Port Number Protocol Number Scanner  DHCP server DHCP 546 (DHCPv6) 17 (UDP) (Address Auto- configuration) Ping Scanner  Another None 58 (IPv6-ICMP) computer or server...
  • Page 462: Configuring Ipv6 Communication Environment

    G.3 Configuring IPv6 Communication Environment G.3 Configuring IPv6 Communication Environment If you set [IPv6 Function] to [On] on the window that is displayed when [Network Advanced Settings] under [Network Settings] is selected, the menu that is displayed on the window is switched to the menu that supports the enabled IPv6 function so that the settings related to IPv6 can be specified.
  • Page 463: Giving The Scanner An Ipv6 Address

    G.3 Configuring IPv6 Communication Environment HINT  If the IP address is the same as one already in use, network communication problems will occur. In this case, try the following steps: 1. Disconnect the LAN cable. 2. Press the [Shutdown] button on the touch panel to turn the scanner off. 3.
  • Page 464 G.3 Configuring IPv6 Communication Environment HINT  If the IP address is the same as one already in use, network communication problems will occur. In this case, try the following steps: 1. Disconnect the LAN cable. 2. Press the [Shutdown] button on the touch panel to turn the scanner off. 3.
  • Page 465: Setting The Dns Server (Ipv4)

    G.3 Configuring IPv6 Communication Environment Touch Central Admin G.3.3 Setting the DNS Server (IPv4) Console Panel A primary DNS and secondary DNS can be set. 1. Select [DNS Server (IPv4)] under [Network Settings].  The [DNS Server (IPv4)] window appears. 2.
  • Page 466: Setting The Dns Server (Ipv6)

    G.3 Configuring IPv6 Communication Environment Touch Central Admin G.3.4 Setting the DNS Server (IPv6) Console Panel A primary DNS and secondary DNS can be set. 1. Select [DNS Server (IPv6)] under [Network Settings].  The [DNS Server (IPv6)] window appears. 2.
  • Page 467: Checking The Network Operating Status

    G.3 Configuring IPv6 Communication Environment Touch G.3.5 Checking the Network Operating Status Panel The operating status of the network can be checked. If the information is not shown, the network may not be operating normally. Refer to "7.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting" (page 370), and check the settings.
  • Page 468: Using The Settings Of The Ipv6 Function For The Scanner In Other Scanners

    G.4.1 Distributing System Settings from the Central Admin Server The following table shows the status of each setting item when system settings are distributed from the Central Admin Server to N7100 that is updated to support IPv6 (01.07.01 or later). N7100 Updated to Support...
  • Page 469: Backing-Up And Restoring System Settings

    G.4 Using the Settings of the IPv6 Function for the Scanner in Other Scanners G.4.2 Backing-up and Restoring System Settings The following tables show whether or not backed-up system settings of N7100 that is updated to support IPv6 (01.07.01 or later) and backed-up system settings of N7100 that is not updated to support IPv6 (lower than 01.07.01) are restored to other scanners.
  • Page 470 G.4 Using the Settings of the IPv6 Function for the Scanner in Other Scanners Backed-up Data N7100 Not Updated to Support IPv6 N7100 Updated to Support IPv6 N7100 Not Restored to Updated to IPv6 Function IPv6 Function Support IPv6 Enabled...
  • Page 471: Glossary

    Glossary ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) A unit that allows the user to scan a number of pages consecutively. Documents are transported from the ADF paper chute past the scanning area to the stacker. Actual scanning is performed by the CCD sensors inside of this unit. Brake roller A roller that prevents more than one sheet of documents to be fed into the ADF at once.
  • Page 472: Idler Roller

    Glossary Idler roller Rollers that feed documents through the ADF. Interface The connection that allows communication from the computer to the scanner. Landscape orientation A document with its long side horizontal and its short side vertical. ITU-T (CCITT) T.6 compression. A compression method used when the image mode is set to [Black &...
  • Page 473 Glossary Threshold The value which is used to determine whether a certain color is black or white. Threshold value must be configured in order to scan images with grayscale gradation. Each pixel is converted into black or white according to the specified value.
  • Page 474: About Maintenance

    About Maintenance Contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider for repairs to this product. For more details, refer to the following web page: http://imagescanner.fujitsu.com/warranty.html ATTENTION For safety reasons, never attempt repairs by yourself.
  • Page 475: Copyright

    Copyright LEADTOOLS for .NET Copyright© 2005 LEAD Technologies, Inc. WinPcap Copyright© 1999 - 2005 NetGroup, Politecnico di Torino (Italy). Copyright© 2005 - 2010 CACE Technologies, Davis (California). Copyright© 2010 - 2013 Riverbed Technology, Inc. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1) Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
  • Page 476 Copyright Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1) Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2) 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.
  • Page 477 Copyright 2) 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. 3) All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgement: "This product includes software developed by the Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan and its contributors."...
  • Page 478 Copyright Portions Copyright© 1993 by Digital Equipment Corporation. Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any purpose with or without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice and this permission notice appear in all copies, and that the name of Digital Equipment Corporation not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the document or software without specific, written prior permission.
  • Page 479 Copyright Portions Copyright© 1996 Juniper Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that: (1)source code distributions retain the above copyright notice and this paragraph in its entirety, (2) distributions including binary code include the above copyright notice and this paragraph in its entirety in the documentation or other materials provided with the distribution.
  • Page 480 Copyright WinDump Copyright© 1999 - 2005 NetGroup, Politecnico di Torino (Italy). Copyright© 2005 - 2006 CACE Technologies, Davis (California). All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1) Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
  • Page 481: Index

    Index Add-in ............ 179 calibrate screen ........365 adding e-mail address ......237 carbonless paper ........402 adding fax number ........ 248 care ............341 adding job group ........207 carrier sheet settings ......286 adding job menu ........202 Central Admin Console ......
  • Page 482 compatibility .......... 412 compression .......... 287 Edge Correction ........305 compression setting ......295 editing a separator ......... 323 configuring setting mode ......77 editing e-mail address book ....241 configuring settings for sending e-mail ... 128 editing fax number list ......
  • Page 483 giving the scanner an IPv6 address ..463 glass ............348 magnification ........... 90 glossary ..........471 main menu ..........224 maintaining system settings ....171 maintenance .......... 328 idler roller ..........348 managing system log ......165 index information output ......309 managing user log .........
  • Page 484 port number list ........48 replacing consumable parts ....352 positioning ..........259 replacing roller set ......... 354 power button ........27, 53 required scanner function settings ..36 power connector ........28 resetting a processed image ....322 power-off time ......... 97 resetting to factory defaults ....
  • Page 485 setting a distribution list ......445 setting standby mode ......97 setting a group in the e-mail address setting the DNS server (IPv4) ..103, 465 book ............443 setting the DNS server (IPv6) ....466 setting an e-mail address ...... 447 setting the keyboard ........
  • Page 486 turning power on ........51 windows (Admin Tool) ......70 windows (administrator) ......69 ultrasonic sensor ........348 windows (regular user) ......224 uninstalling (Add-in) ......180 windows (User Editor) ......437 uninstalling (Admin Tool) ......66 WINS server ..........46 uninstalling (User Editor) .......
  • Page 487 N7100 Operator's Guide P3PC-5242-04ENZ0 Issue date January 2016 Issued by PFU LIMITED The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. PFU LIMITED assumes no liability for incidental or consequential damages arising from the use of this product, and any claims by a third party.