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CXP6000 Color Server for
DocuColor 2060/2045/6060
version 3.0
653-00299A
Installation Guide
English
www.creo.com

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  • Page 1 CXP6000 Color Server for DocuColor 2060/2045/6060 version 3.0 653-00299A Installation Guide English www.creo.com...
  • Page 3 CXP6000 Color Server for DocuColor 2060/2045/6060 version 3.0 Installation Guide...
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  • Page 5: Fcc Compliance

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  • Page 6 The text and drawings herein are for illustration and reference only. The specifications on which they are based are subject to change. Creo Inc. may, at any time and without notice, make changes to this document. Creo Inc., for itself and on behalf of its subsidiaries, assumes no liability for technical or editorial errors or omissions made herein, and shall not be liable for incidental, consequential, indirect, or special damages, including, without limitation, loss of use, loss or alteration of data, delays, or lost profits or savings arising from the use of this document.
  • Page 7 Environment Management System (EMS) EMS Overview Creo is committed to the Environment Management System (EMS). According to this policy, we are committed to keeping customers and service engineers informed about the principles of handling company products with an emphasis on environmental conservation. The Triple-R principles are reduce reuse,...
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  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Contents Using This Guide Installation Guide Purpose ... viii Who Should Use This Guide ... viii Chapter Content and Description ... viii Conventions Used in This Guide ...ix Fonts ... ix Terminology ...x Symbols... xi For More Information ...xi 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Default Network Printers on PC and Macintosh Clients ...
  • Page 10 Configuring the Host Name ... 121 Setting the Date and Time ... 124 Setting the Default Measurement Units ... 126 Configuring the IP Address ... 127 Configuring the Apple Talk Zone ... 129 Completing the Configuration ... 131 Installing and Configuring Novell Client for Spire ... 133 Uninstalling Novell Client for Spire ...
  • Page 11: Using This Guide

    Using This Guide Installation Guide Purpose...viii Who Should Use This Guide...viii Chapter Content and Description...viii Conventions Used in This Guide... ix For More Information... xi...
  • Page 12: Installation Guide Purpose

    Installation Guide Purpose This Installation Guide has been designed to guide you through setting up your CXP6000 Color Server. It will also direct you in setting up client workstations to print with the CXP6000 Color Server, printing test files, and administrating your CXP6000 Color Server system. Who Should Use This Guide This Installation Guide is intended for CXP6000 Color Server operators and system administrators.
  • Page 13: Conventions Used In This Guide

    Chapter Contents Chapter 5 Adding an External Device Appendix A Novell NDS Setup and Configuration Conventions Used in This Guide This section describes the fonts, terminology, and symbols used in this guide. Fonts Frutiger bold names, folders, menu names, and menu commands. Minion Italic is used to refer to other chapters in the guide, book titles, and titles of other guides.
  • Page 14: Terminology

    Terminology Clear Place the mouse pointer over the check box for the specified option, and click the left mouse button so that the X or check mark is removed from the check box. Click Place the mouse pointer over the specified option or button and press and release the left mouse button.
  • Page 15: Symbols

    Symbols Note: A note provides additional information that you may need to consider. The reference symbol tells you that related information on the topic is available in another CreoScitex document, or in another place in this guide. For More Information Visit Creo at www.creo.com for documentation, training courses, downloads, and service and support contacts.
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  • Page 17: Setting Up Client Workstations

    Setting Up Client Workstations Default Network Printers on PC and Macintosh Clients ...2 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations...3 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations...46 LPR Printing with the CXP6000 Color Server ...54...
  • Page 18: Default Network Printers On Pc And Macintosh Clients

    Default Network Printers on PC and Macintosh Clients For Macintosh and PC networks, the CXP6000 Color Server provides three default network printers, known as virtual printers. Virtual printers contain preset workflows that are automatically applied to all print jobs processed with that virtual printer. There is no requirement to reset job settings for each job.
  • Page 19: Defining A Printer On Pc Client Workstations

    Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations PC client workstations with the following operating systems installed, can print to the CXP6000 Color Server: Windows 98/ME and Windows NT 4.0/2000 and XP. The CXP6000 Color Server network printers are defined using the Windows Add Printer Wizard - Network Printers. Note: When adding a new CXP6000 Color Server network printer to a client workstation, there is no need to install the CXP6000 Color Server PPD and Adobe PS printer driver separately.
  • Page 20 Browse through the network for the CXP6000 Color Server and double-click the server name. A list of the network printers is displayed. Note: The CXP6000 Color Server is provided with three network printers: ProcessPrint, ProcessStore and SpoolStore. Select one of the network printers (for example, click ), and ProcessPrint...
  • Page 21 The following window appears. If you want to set this printer as the default printer on your computer, select . Otherwise, select Click Next...
  • Page 22 The following window appears. Click to complete the setup. Finish The CXP6000 Color Server network printer is now successfully installed. Repeat the above process to install additional network printers. To define a CXP6000 Color Server Network Printer through the Network Neighborhood: Browse to the required network printer.
  • Page 23: Defining A Printer - Windows 98

    Defining a Printer - Windows 98 Note: When adding a new CXP6000 Color Server network printer to a client workstation, there is no need to install the CXP6000 Color Server PPD and Adobe PS printer driver separately. They are installed automatically through the Windows>Add Printer Wizard.
  • Page 24 Chapter 1 – Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. Select and click Network printer Next...
  • Page 25 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears.
  • Page 26 Type the network path or the queue name of your printer. If you don’t know the exact name, click printers. Select one of the network printers (for example, Click Click Next. to view the available network Browse ProcessPrint...
  • Page 27 The following window appears. If you want to set this printer as the default printer on your computer, select . Otherwise, select Click Next...
  • Page 28 The following window appears. Select to print a test page. The CXP6000 Color Server network printer is now successfully installed. Click to complete the setup. Finish Repeat the above process to install additional network printers. To define a CXP6000 Color Server Network Printer through the network neighborhood: Browse to the required network printer.
  • Page 29: Defining A Printer - Windows 2000 And Me

    Defining a Printer - Windows 2000 and ME Note: When adding a new CXP6000 Color Server network printer to a client workstation, there is no need to install the CXP6000 Color Server PPD and Adobe PS printer driver separately. They are installed automatically through the Windows Add Printer Wizard.
  • Page 30 The following window appears. Select Network printer Click Next...
  • Page 31 The following window appears. Select Type the printer name, or click Next to browse for a printer. Type the exact name of the printer in the Click to browse for a printer. Next box. Name...
  • Page 32 The following window appears. Select one of the network printers (for example, Click Next ProcessPrint...
  • Page 33 The following window appears. If you want to set this printer as the default printer on your computer, select . Otherwise, select Click Next...
  • Page 34 The following window appears. Click to complete the setup. Finish The CXP6000 Color Server network printer is now successfully installed. Repeat the above process to install additional network printers. To define a CXP6000 Color Server network printer through Network Neighborhood: Browse to the required network printer.
  • Page 35: Defining A Printer - Windows Xp

    Defining a Printer - Windows XP Note: When adding a new CXP6000 Color Server network printer to a client workstation, there is no need to install the CXP6000 Color Server PPD and Adobe PS printer driver separately. They are installed automatically through the Windows Add Printer Wizard.
  • Page 36 Chapter 1 – Setting Up Client Workstations The Printer and Faxes window appears. From the , select Printer Tasks Add a printer...
  • Page 37 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The Add Printer Wizard appears. Click Next...
  • Page 38 Chapter 1 – Setting Up Client Workstations The Local or Network Printer window appears. Select A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer and click Next...
  • Page 39 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The Specify a Printer window appears. Select and click Browse for a printer Next...
  • Page 40 Chapter 1 – Setting Up Client Workstations The Browse for Printer window appears.
  • Page 41 Browse to the CXP6000 Color Server and double-click it to display the list of network printers. Select the printer you wish to setup and click Next...
  • Page 42 The Default Printer window appears. If you want to set this printer as the default printer on your computer, select . Otherwise, select Click Next...
  • Page 43 The following window appears. Click to close the wizard. Finish The CXP6000 Color Server network printer is added to your printer list. To define a CXP6000 Color Server network printer in Windows XP through the Network: Browse to the required network printer. Double-click on the network printer icon.
  • Page 44: Creating Postscript Files On The Pc

    Creating PostScript Files on the PC The following procedures describe how to create PostScript files using the CXP6000 Color Server from the client workstation. This is useful when you are not connected to the CXP6000 Color Server and you need to distribute jobs for printing on the CXP6000 Color Server remotely or on external media.
  • Page 45 To define a Print to File printer locally: Start the Adobe PostScript Driver application (the application is available on CD#3 in the www.adobe.com). folder, or at Adobe's Web site at Utilities...
  • Page 46 Chapter 1 – Setting Up Client Workstations The Welcome window appears. Click Next...
  • Page 47 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The End User License Agreement window appears. Read the License Agreement and click ACCEPT...
  • Page 48 Chapter 1 – Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. Select It is directly connected to your computer (Local Printer), click Next...
  • Page 49 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears. Select the and click FILE: Local Port Next...
  • Page 50 Note: The next step is to configure the printer with the CXP6000 Color Server PPD. The CXP6000 Color Server PPD (CXP6K3_6 for Xerox DocuColor 6060 and CXP6K3_2 for DocuColor 2060/2045) is located in a shared folder on the CXP6000 Color Server.
  • Page 51 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The Browse for Printer window appears. Click the button and browse to your CXP6000 Color Server. Network...
  • Page 52 The Map Network Drive window appears. Locate the CXP6000 Color Server and double click on the server icon. Then, double-click the Utilities Click folder.
  • Page 53 The Browse for Printer window appears. Double click the folder and select the CXP6000 Color Server PPD: CXP6K3_6.ppd Note: This Spire PPD name is for Xerox DocuColor 6060. For DocuColor 2060/2045 the PPD name is CXP6K3_2. Click...
  • Page 54 Chapter 1 – Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. From the list, select the CXP6000 Color Server printer, and Printers click Next...
  • Page 55 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears. Select and click Not Shared Next...
  • Page 56 The following window appears. Type a name for the printer which you will be able to identify on the client workstation, for example Select Yes (Recommended) , then click Next CXP6000_ProcessStore if you want to print a test page or select...
  • Page 57 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears. Click to install the Print to file printer with the CXP6000 Color Install Server PPD. When prompted to configure the printer, click then click Next...
  • Page 58 The following window appears. Select Click Next...
  • Page 59 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The Printer window appears. Properties Configure the printer according to your specifications and then click...
  • Page 60 Chapter 1 – Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. Click to complete the setup. Finish The printer appears in the Printers window. You are now ready to print *.ps and *.prn files. Once printed, these files can be imported and printed on the CXP6000 Color Server.
  • Page 61: Copying Ppd From Pc

    Select the folder. Copy the file to a diskette or send it by e-mail to the CXP6K3_6.ppd customer. Note: This Spire PPD name is for Xerox DocuColor 6060. For DocuColor 2060/2045 the PPD name is CXP6K3_2. Network Neighborhood folder. Utilities...
  • Page 62: Defining A Printer On Macintosh Client Workstations

    Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations The CXP6000 Color Server can print to Macintosh client workstations running Macintosh OS 9 and OSX (10.2). You can also submit jobs using the CXP6000 Color Server virtual printers over a TCP/IP protocol. This connection enables a significantly higher spooling speed.
  • Page 63 The system should automatically locate the CXP6000 Color Server PPD and configure the printer. If it does not, click From the list of Printer Descriptions Note: This Spire PPD name is for Xerox DocuColor 6060. For DocuColor 2060/2045 the PPD name is CXP6K3_2. Click the button.
  • Page 64 Chapter 1 – Setting Up Client Workstations The printer is now set as a CXP6000 Color Server network printer. If you have the Desktop Printer Spooler extension enabled, a printer icon appears on the desktop. Note: This icon can be used when downloading PS files to the CXP6000 Color Server.
  • Page 65: Setting The Network Printer For Macintosh Os X (10.2)

    Setting the Network Printer for Macintosh OS X (10.2) To set up a CXP6000 Color Server network printer on Macintosh OS X: From the menu, select Applications Open the folder. Utilities Double-click the Print Center The Printer List window appears. icon.
  • Page 66 Click the button. Add Printer The following window appears. Select as the connection type. AppleTalk Note: If you would like to use the LPR protocol instead, see the procedure To Configure an LPR Printer on page 73. Browse to the CXP6000 Color Server.
  • Page 67 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations Open the pop-up menu and select Printer Model Other.
  • Page 68 Browse to the folder to which you have copied the select it. Click the button to assign the Choose CXP6000 Color Server network printer. Note: This Spire PPD name is for Xerox DocuColor 6060. For DocuColor 2060/2045 the PPD name is CXP6K3_2. CXP6K3_6 to the selected CXP6K3_6.ppd...
  • Page 69 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations The following window appears. Click the button to add the new printer to the printer list. The new printer is displayed in the Printer List window.
  • Page 70: Lpr Printing With The Cxp6000 Color Server

    LPR Printing with the CXP6000 Color Server This section covers the procedures for setting up and configuring an LPR / TCP/IP printer from the following computers. • • • • • • • Setting up an LPR Printer in Windows NT 4.0 The following procedure describes how to configure an LPR printer in Windows NT 4.0 for printing to the CXP6000 Color Server.
  • Page 71 Microsoft TCP/IP Printing service Latest Adobe PS Printer Driver (you can install this from the d:\utilties\Utilities\PC utilities on the CXP6000 Color Server, or you can download the latest version free from www.adobe.com). CXP6000 PPD (PostScript Printer Driver) copied to your client workstation (the PPD is located in the d:\utilities\PPD\ folder on the CXP6000 Color Server).
  • Page 72 In the Printer window, from the Select the tab, and then click the Port From the list of Available Printer Ports button. New Port Type the exact name of the CXP6000 Color Server (this box is case- sensitive), for example, OPAL5 box.
  • Page 73 Type the exact name of the network printer you want to print to (you can view the exact name of the printer on the CXP6000 Color Server, under: Admin>Resource Manager>Virtual Printers the Printer name is OPAL5_ProcessPrint Click Click in the Printer Ports window. Close The new LPR port is now defined on your computer.
  • Page 74 Select Install a new PostScript Printer, In the Printer Connection Type window, select to your computer (Local Printer) Select the LPR port you defined earlier, for example, , and then click OPAL5_ProcessPrint LPR The next step is to configure the printer with the CXP6000 Color Server PPD (make sure that you have copied this to your computer, or that you have access to the CXP6000 Color Server on your network).
  • Page 75 Locate the CXP6000 Color Server PPD, and then select the CXP6000 Color Server PPD: CXP6K3_6.ppd Click OK. In the Select Printer Model window, select the click Next In the Sharing window, select The following window appears. Type a name for the printer that you will be able to identify on your computer, for example OPAL5_ProcessPrint LPR original name of the printer.
  • Page 76 Click Next In the Setup Information window, click printer with the CXP6000 Color Server PPD. When prompted to configure the printer, click Click Next In the Printer Configuration window, select configure the printer now. Click Next The CXP6000 Properties window appears. Configure the printer according to your specifications, and then click In the Setup Complete window click The new LPR printer is now listed with your other printers on the...
  • Page 77: Setting Up An Lpr Printer In Windows 2000/xp

    Setting up an LPR printer in Windows 2000/XP The following procedure describes how to configure an LPR printer in Windows 2000/XP for printing to the CXP6000 Color Server. The following items must be installed and configured on the Windows 2000/XP computer before you begin: To define an LPR Printer TCP/IP protocol Latest Adobe PS Printer Driver (you can install this from the...
  • Page 78 Select the tab, and then click the Port From the list of Available Printer Ports and then click the New Port button. Add Port , select Standard TCP/IP Port button.
  • Page 79 Click Next Type the exact name of the CXP6000 Color Server (this box is case- sensitive), for example, OPAL5 Type a name for the printer that you will be able to identify on your computer, for example, OPAL5ProcessPrint LPR Click Next The following window appears.
  • Page 80 Select in the Device Type option, and then click Custom Select the following options: • Protocol: LPR • LPR Settings: • Queue Name: Type the exact name of the network printer you want to print to (you can view the exact name of the printer on the CXP6000 Color Server, under: Manager>Virtual Printers is OPAL5_ProcessPrint...
  • Page 81 Click and then click Next The following window appears. Click Finish Click in the Printer Ports widow. Close The new Standard TCP/IP Printer Port is now defined on your computer. Click in the Print Server Properties window. Close...
  • Page 82 Define the TCP/IP Printer using the Adobe PostScript Printer Driver application. See the following procedure. To define an LPR Printer using the Adobe PostScript Driver: Start the Adobe PostScript Driver Application (you can install this from the d:\utilties\Utilities\PC utilities on the CXP6000 Color Server, or you can download the latest version free from www.adobe.com).
  • Page 83 Locate the CXP6000 Color Server PPD, and then select the CXP6000 Color Server PPD: CXP6K3_6.ppd Click In the Select Printer Model window, select the click Next In the Sharing window, select Type a name for the printer that you will be able to identify on your computer, for example, OPAL5_ProcessPrint LPR the original name of the printer.
  • Page 84 Click Next In the Setup Information window, click printer with the CXP6000 Color Server PPD. When prompted to configure the printer, click Click Next In the Printer Configuration window, select configure the printer now. Click Next The CXP6000 Properties window appears. Configure the printer according to your specifications, and then click In the Setup Complete window, click The new LPR printer is now listed with your other printers on the...
  • Page 85: Windows Nt/2000/xp Command Line

    Windows NT/2000/XP Command Line You can also submit PostScript, PDF or VPS files for printing to the CXP6000 using the following commands in the Window command line. The following procedure is suitable for Windows NT, 2000, or XP computers. Note: All PostScript files should be created using the CXP6000 Color Server PPD (CXP6K3_6.ppd) From the menu, click...
  • Page 86: Setting Up An Lpr Printer In Mac Os X (10.2)

    Setting up an LPR printer in Mac OS X (10.2) Before you define a network printer you need to install the CXP6000 Color Server PPD to your Macintosh. Copying the Spire PPD To copy the CXP6000 PPD: From the menu, select Connect to Server The Connect to Server window appears.
  • Page 87 The following window appears. Select and click the Guest The following window appears. Select the CXP6000_Utilities folder is mounted on your desktop. CXP6000_Utilities Double-click the CXP6000_Utilities button. Connect folder, and click folder on your desktop.
  • Page 88 Tip: It is recommended that you copy the PPD by dragging and dropping from the CXP6000 Color Server to the Library>Printers>PPDs folder on your Macintosh. Note: This Spire PPD name is for Xerox DocuColor 6060. For DocuColor 2060/2045 the PPD name is CXP6K3_2.
  • Page 89 Configuring an LPR Printer To configure an LPR Printer: Follow the procedure “To set up a CXP6000 Color Server network printer on Macintosh OS X” on page 49, until step 5. In the Printer List window, select connection type. In the LPR Printer's Address hostname of the CXP6000 Color Server.
  • Page 90 In the box, type the full name of the CXP6000 Color Queue Name Server network printer, for example sensitive). From the pop-up menu, select Printer Model Browse to the folder to which you have copied the select it. Click the button to assign the Choose CXP6000 Color Server network printer.
  • Page 91: Setting Up An Lpr Printer In Mac Os 9 (using The Choose Spire Over Ip Utility)

    Setting up an LPR printer in Mac OS 9 (using the Choose Spire Over IP utility) Before setting up a CXP6000 Color Server network printer, you need to install the CXP6000 Color Server PPD on the Macintosh workstation. Copying the Spire PPD To copy the CXP6000 Color Server PPD: Click the button to add the new printer to the printer list.
  • Page 92 Select the CXP6000 Color Server (for example The Login window appears. Log in as and click the Guest, The corresponding CXP6000 Color Server window appears. ), and click CXP6000 button. Connect...
  • Page 93 The CXP6000 Color Server PPD is now installed in the folder. It is ready to be configured with one of the Descriptions CXP6000 Color Server's network printers. Note: This Spire PPD name is for Xerox DocuColor 6060. For DocuColor 2060/2045 the PPD name is CXP6K3_2. System Folder>Extensions>Printer Printer...
  • Page 94 Spire Over TCP/IP The Spire Over TCP/IP application enables Macintosh clients to submit jobs using the CXP6000 Color Server virtual printers over a TCP/IP protocol. This connection enables a significantly higher spooling speed. To install this application, you will require a Macintosh O/S version 8.6 or higher, with an installed LaserWriter application version 8.6 or higher, or AdobePS 8.8 or higher (available at http://www.adobe.com).
  • Page 95 LPR Printing with the CXP6000 Color Server The Login window appears. Select and click the button. Guest Connect The corresponding CXP6000 Color Server window appears.
  • Page 96 Select the folder and click Utilities folder icon appears on your desktop; double-click it to Utilities open the folder. Double-click the Choose Spire Over IP Installer Click the button. Install After the installation is complete, the following message appears. icon.
  • Page 97 Click Quit Choose Spire Over IP To create desktop printers for printing over IP, from the Apple menu, select Choose Spire Over IP To view the print queues of the CXP6000 Color Server, double-click and then double-click the CXP6000 Color Server Local Services icon (in this example FALCON_COLOR...
  • Page 98 Browse to the CXP6000 Color Server PPD file, that you have copied to your computer in step 1, select it and click Note: This Spire PPD name is for Xerox DocuColor 6060. For DocuColor 2060/2045 the PPD name is CXP6K3_2.
  • Page 99 If you would like to change the printer name you may. Otherwise, click The desktop printer is created and configured and the following progress indicator appears. When the printer is successfully created, the following message appears. Click The printer icon appears on your desktop. You may now print your jobs using this printer through a TCP/IP protocol.
  • Page 100: Printing To The Linux

    Printing to the Linux The following procedure describes how to print from Linux to the CXP6000 Color Server using the command line or by defining a printer using the Linux user interface (in this case Red Hat Linux). Linux Command Line Note: You do not need to use the CXP6000 Color Server PPD when printing from Linux.
  • Page 101 Browse to the directory that contains your file(s), and then type the following command (all commands and printer name are case-sensi- tive). The server name is the name defined in the /etc/hosts file or as the registered name in the DNS server on your network (DHCP use): # lpr –P <virtual printer name>@<server name>...
  • Page 102 Click to add a setup a new LPR/LPD printer. In the Add A New Print Queue window, click In the Set the Print Queue Name and Type window, type a name for the printer that you will be able to identify on your computer, for example, OPAL3_LPR Click...
  • Page 103 In the Configure a Unix Print Queue window, type the CXP6000 Color Server server name in the box, type the exact name of the network printer you wish Queue to print to (you can view the exact name of the printer on the CXP6000 Color Server, under ).
  • Page 104 In the Finish, and Create the New Print Queue window click In the Red Hat Printer Config window, click When prompted, click The new LPR/LPD printer is now listed with your other printers on the Linux computer and you are now ready to print to the CXP6000 Color Server using the LPR/LPD.
  • Page 105: Defining A Printer On Unix Client Workstations

    Defining a Printer on Unix Client Workstations AIX and UNIX Command Line To define an AIX 4.2.1 printer for printing through LPR: Printing from a UNIX Client Workstation To print from a UNIX client through LPR: On your UNIX workstation (for example, AIX 4.2.1), type follow the sequence: Print Spooling>Add a Print Queue>...
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  • Page 107: Reinstalling Your Cxp6000 Color Server

    Reinstalling Your CXP6000 Color Server Overview ...92 Reinstalling the Operating System ...94 Reinstalling the Creo Application Software...96 Disk Striping ...97 The Configuration Wizard (If Backup Available) ...114 The Configuration Wizard If Recovery Fails or is Unavailable ...119...
  • Page 108: Overview

    3.0 for the DocuColor 2060/2045 Application Software). Windows 2000 Professional MS Service Pack 3.0 Internet Explorer 6.0 CXP6000 Color Server version 3.0 for the DocuColor 6060 Adobe Acrobat 5.0 Ultimate InSpire Software Network Parameters (hostname, IP address, network services and...
  • Page 109 It is recommended that you back up your configuration on a diskette in case the system crashes. Determine whether VIPP or any other Xerox/Creo supported application is loaded on the CXP6000 Color Server. Such applications have to be reloaded after the reinstallation is completed.
  • Page 110: Reinstalling The Operating System

    Gateway, WINS address, and DNS information • Required AppleTalk zone • IPX information For more details, refer to the Xerox Installation and Planning Guide. Power on your computer. Place CD-ROM #1 (Windows 2000 Fast Install) in the CD/DVD-ROM drive. Restart the computer.
  • Page 111 Use the arrows to select Creo Software Complete Overwrite and press Installation ENTER Note: If the Norton Ghost® License Agreement Warning appears, select OK to mark the drives as usable by Norton Ghost. The warning will only appear if you have installed a new SCSI hard disk. The system starts copying the files.
  • Page 112: Reinstalling The Creo Application Software

    Reinstalling the Creo Application Software To reinstall the Creo application software: Select the correct CD-ROM #2 for your printer type. Insert the CD-ROM into the CD/DVD-ROM drive and close the CD/DVD-ROM drive. In the SPIRE splash screen that appears, click The Adobe Acrobat setup begins.
  • Page 113: Disk Striping

    Disk Striping To stripe the disks: Once the CXP6000 Color Server reboots the Wrong Disk Configuration message appears. This message indicates that the disks need to be striped. Click The Disk Management window appears. Maximize the window.
  • Page 114 In the Disk Management window, check whether Disk 1 and Disk 2 Dynamic Unknown • If the disks are Dynamic perform the procedure: To stripe Dynamic disks: on page 99. • If the disks are Unknown perform the procedure: To stripe Unknown disks: on page 103.
  • Page 115 To stripe Dynamic disks: Position the cursor in the area where the disk is designated Right-click and select Import Foreign Disk Foreign disks are SCSI hard disks that were recognized as dynamic disks from a previous installation. Cursor The following window appears. Verify that Foreign disk set (2 of 2 disks selected) Dynamic...
  • Page 116 Chapter 2 – Reinstalling Your CXP6000 Color Server The following window appears. Click The Dynamic disks are striped as shown in the following window.
  • Page 117 Position the cursor in the white area to the right of the first disk and right-click. Select Change Drive Letter and Path The following window appears. The drive letter is preselected. Click Remove Cursor...
  • Page 118 The following Confirm message appears. Click Confirm that the Disk Management window appears as illustrated in the following window, which shows that the drive letters have been removed.
  • Page 119 Close the Disk Management window. The Image Disks File System is not Formatted message appears. Click You have completed to stripe the • If configuration recovery information is available, proceed to The Configuration Wizard (If Backup Available) on page 114. •...
  • Page 120 The following window appears. Select the Disk 1 Disk 2 In the Computer Management screen, designated Basic Position the cursor in the area where the first disk is designated Right-click and select Upgrade to Dynamic Disk. Cursor check boxes and click are now both Disk 2 Disk 1...
  • Page 121 Disk Striping The following window appears. Select the check boxes and click Disk 1 Disk 2 Disks 1 and 2 are image disks and Disk 0 remains a system disk. Note: Do not select Disk 0. Upgrading Disk 0 will remove all the information stored on this disk.
  • Page 122 In the Computer Management window, Disk 1 and Disk 2 are now both designated Dynamic Position the cursor in the cross-hatched area to the right of the first disk. Right-click and select Create Volume The following wizard appears. Click Next Cursor...
  • Page 123 Disk Striping The following window appears. Select and click Striped volume Next...
  • Page 124 Chapter 2 – Reinstalling Your CXP6000 Color Server The following window appears. Select and click Disk 2 Add>>.
  • Page 125 Disk Striping The following window appears. Disk 1 and 2 are listed under . The Selected dynamic disks Total has increased from 35001 MB to 70002 MB volume size Click Next...
  • Page 126 Chapter 2 – Reinstalling Your CXP6000 Color Server The following window appears. Select Do not assign a drive letter or drive path Click Next.
  • Page 127 Disk Striping The following window appears. Select and click Do not format this volume Next...
  • Page 128 Chapter 2 – Reinstalling Your CXP6000 Color Server The following window appears listing a summary of disk and striping information. Click Finish...
  • Page 129 The following window appears. Confirm that the Disk Management window appears as illustrated in the previous window: one of the volumes is cross-hatched, and the drive letters have been removed. Close the Disk Management window. The Image Disks File System is not Formatted message appears. Click The CXP6000 Color Server reboots automatically.
  • Page 130: The Configuration Wizard (if Backup Available)

    Chapter 2 – Reinstalling Your CXP6000 Color Server The Configuration Wizard (If Backup Available) The CXP6000 Color Server Configuration Wizard automatically appears after the installation is complete. Follow the steps of the wizard to complete the CXP6000 Color Server configuration recovery. Note: If you received the message Error in default configuration, click OK and go to step 2 in Restoring the Configuration on page 115.
  • Page 131: Restoring The Configuration

    Restoring the Configuration To restore the configuration: If you would like to restore the default configuration, select Configuration If you received the message " Error in default configuration want to use a different configuration file than the default, choose and click Select Configuration Locate the required configuration file and then click Default...
  • Page 132 Click the button. Start Recovery The Restore Configuration dialog box appears. By default, all categories are selected. If you do not want to restore certain categories, clear the required selections. Note: When restoring the configuration all the custom tables/sets will be added to the system, for example, imported user-defined imposition templates, new virtual printers, downloaded fonts etc.
  • Page 133 The Configuration Wizard (If Backup Available) Click in Step 2 Recovery window. Next The View Configuration window appears.
  • Page 134 Click to exit the View Configuration window. Close Step 9 of the Configuration Wizard appears. Click Finish The CXP6000 Color Server Application workspace appears on your screen. Close all open applications and from the . Then, select Shutdown Restart the Computer CXP6000 Color Server restarts.
  • Page 135: The Configuration Wizard If Recovery Fails Or Is Unavailable

    The Configuration Wizard If Recovery Fails or is Unavailable If there is no backup configuration in your system, you need to perform the following steps to configure your system. Choosing the Configuration Type The CXP6000 Color Server Configuration Wizard automatically appears the first time you power on the CXP6000 Color Server.
  • Page 136 Chapter 2 – Reinstalling Your CXP6000 Color Server...
  • Page 137: Configuring The Host Name

    Configuring the Host Name The CXP6000 Color Server contains a default Computer Name (Hostname) set from the factory. Check with your System Administrator if the computer’s name needs to be changed. Note: The Hostname is taken from the computer name you typed during the Windows 2000 Professional Fast Installation, see Reinstalling the Operating System on page 94.
  • Page 138 Chapter 2 – Reinstalling Your CXP6000 Color Server The System Properties dialog box appears.
  • Page 139 Click the button. Properties The Identification Changes window appears. In the field, type the new name for the computer. If Computer name you would like to change the computer appears, type the new name in the corresponding field and click Note: Do not change the Workgroup or Domain unless instructed.
  • Page 140: Setting The Date And Time

    Setting the Date and Time To set the date and time: Click to continue. Next Note: When prompted to restart your computer, click No, (since you will be prompted at the end of the Configuration Wizard to restart your system). Check that the Date and Time are set correctly and click Otherwise, click the button.
  • Page 141 The Date/Time Properties dialog box appears. Set the Time Zone and click Set the Date and Time correctly and click Then click Next...
  • Page 142: Setting The Default Measurement Units

    Chapter 2 – Reinstalling Your CXP6000 Color Server Setting the Default Measurement Units To set the default measurement units: Select the default measurement unit you want to use, and click Next...
  • Page 143: Configuring The Ip Address

    Configuring the IP Address To set the IP address: The CXP6000 Color Server is set to DHCP server configuration. Click to continue. Next If you would like to specify a specific IP address, click the button. Change...
  • Page 144 Use the following IP address mask Default gateway For more details on how to get the IP or DHCP (also subnet mask and default gateway) information, refer to the Xerox Installation and Planning Guide. Click Click also in the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box.
  • Page 145: Configuring The Apple Talk Zone

    The Configuration Wizard If Recovery Fails or is Unavailable Configuring the Apple Talk Zone This option enables you to change the AppleTalk network zone that your CXP6000 Color Server will appear in. Note: This option only applies to networks that contain Macintosh computers. To select an AppleTalk zone: Click the button.
  • Page 146 The Local Area Connection Properties dialog box appears, followed by the AppleTalk Protocol Properties dialog box. Select the required zone from the list and click Click also in the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box. Click Next...
  • Page 147: Completing The Configuration

    Completing the Configuration To complete the configuration: After the configuration is complete, the View Configuration window is displayed.
  • Page 148 Click Close The following window appears. Click to complete the First-time setup. Finish When the backup is complete, the following message appears. Click The CXP6000 Color Server workspace appears on your screen.
  • Page 149: Installing And Configuring Novell Client For Spire

    Installing and Configuring Novell Client for Spire The following procedures are only relevant for those customers who have a Novell network running IPX protocol. Note: Further information about configuring the connection between the CXP6000 Color Server and a Novell NDS server, in a Novell working environment, is provided in Appendix A, Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration.
  • Page 150 Chapter 2 – Reinstalling Your CXP6000 Color Server On the Windows Start, click and follow the path, Start CXP6000>CXP6000 Tools>Novell Client Installation The following window appears.
  • Page 151 Click Install The following window appears. Click Reboot You have completed Installing Novell Client for Spire. Proceed to Configuring Novell Client for Spire on page 136.
  • Page 152 Configuring Novell Client for Spire To configure Novell Client for Spire: After the system reboots, the Novell Setup window appears. Type the Tree Name If you do not know the name, click Browse...
  • Page 153 The following window appears. Double-click the appropriate The Tree Name appears in the Novell Setup window. Type the Context Name If you do not know the name, click Tree Name Browse...
  • Page 154: Uninstalling Novell Client For Spire

    Uninstalling Novell Client for Spire Uninstall Novell Client for Spire if you no longer operate a Novell network running IPX protocol. To uninstall the Novell Client for Spire: The following window appears. Double-click the appropriate The Context Name appears in the Novell Setup window. Click The Spire workspace appears.
  • Page 155 Clear the Novell for Client for Windows check box. Make sure that Novell for Client for Windows button. Uninstall Click twice. The CXP6000 Color Server reboots. You have completed Uninstalling Novell Client for Spire. is selected, and click the...
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  • Page 157: Upgrading The Software

    Upgrading the Software Software Upgrade...142...
  • Page 158: Software Upgrade

    Software Upgrade Note: This section does not reload the operating system, if you need to reload Windows 2000 Professional, see Reinstalling the Operating System on page 94 for details. To update the software: Before you begin upgrading the CXP6000 Color Server software you should backup your current configuration.
  • Page 159 At the end of the removal procedure, the following window appears. Click The following message appears. Click Click to close the Add/Remove Programs window. Close Close the Control Panel window. From the menu, select Start confirm your choice. . Then, click Shutdown >...
  • Page 160 Once the CXP6000 Color Server has rebooted insert the CXP6000 Color Server Application Software CD#2. Locate the file and double-click this file to run Setup. If a Setup.exe Services or driver fail message appears, click Click to the accept the licence agreement. Click if any other messages appear.
  • Page 161: Dfe Monitor

    DFE Monitor General Information...146...
  • Page 162: General Information

    General Information The DFE Monitor dialog box provides general information about the following: • • • Access this view-only window by clicking on the CXP6000 Color Server workspace Disk Usage In the capacity and disk usage. Disk usage displays the usage of both User and Image disks. For each disk, the following data is displayed: •...
  • Page 163: Network

    Network The following details are available: • • • • tab enables to view the network details. Network Host name and Domain IP address and whether DHCP server is enabled or not Apple Talk zone IPX Setup and Printing (tree and context)
  • Page 164: Virtual Printers

    Chapter 4 – DFE Monitor Virtual Printers tab enables to view the defined virtual printers and Virtual Printers also indicates if these are published on the network.
  • Page 165: Adding An External Scsi Device

    Adding an External SCSI Device Adding an External Device ...150...
  • Page 166: Adding An External Device

    Adding an External Device Notes: The added external device can be used for saving files but not for the Creo application itself. It is preferable to remove the Creo application prior to the installation and then reinstall it after the installation is complete. Connecting the External Device to the CXP6000 Color Server This section describes how to connect the cables from the external device to the CXP6000 Color Server.
  • Page 167: Initializing The External Device

    Initializing the External Device This section describes how to initialize the external device. To initialize the external device: Verify that the device is defined as ID1 or higher. Turn the external device’s power on. Turn the CXP6000 Color Server’s power on and wait for the operating system to initialize.
  • Page 168: Formatting The External Device

    Formatting the External device This section describes how to format the external device, if the CXP6000 Color Server has not located the device, or has identified that the device has not been formatted. To format the external device: The gray background in the disk space area, opposite Disk 3 Removable, indicates that the new external device is not located or not formatted.
  • Page 169 Select the Format options you require and click After the formatting is complete, click Click Close The Formatting Complete message appears. Click and then click Close On your Windows desktop, right-click menu select Manage From the tree on the left pane, select The following window appears.
  • Page 170: Changing The External Device Drive Letter

    Changing the External Device Drive Letter This section describes how to change the external device drive letter if the drive letter is incorrect. To change the external device drive letter: In the Computer Management window, select The Wrong Drive Letter message appears. Click Cursor Position the cursor in the white area opposite right-click.
  • Page 171 The following window appears. Select Change Drive Letter and Path The following window appears. Click the button. Edit...
  • Page 172 The following window appears. Assign a drive letter (not C, D, or E) and click Click to confirm the changed drive letter. The following window appears showing the changed drive letter.
  • Page 173: Changing The Cd/dvd-rom Drive Letter

    Changing the CD/DVD-ROM Drive Letter This section describes how to initialize the external device as the CD/DVD- ROM drive letter is incorrect. To change the CD/DVD-ROM drive letter: Cursor In the Computer Management window, position the cursor in the area and right-click. CDRom (Letter) The following window appears.
  • Page 174 Chapter 5 – Adding an External SCSI Device Click to confirm the change. The CD-ROM drive letter changes. You have completed all the procedures and are ready to use your external device.
  • Page 175: A Novell Nds - Setup And Configuration

    Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration Overview ...160 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree ...162 Configuring IPX Printing...180 Installing the Printer Drivers on a Novell Client Using the Adobe PS Application ...181 Defining the CXP6000 Color Server as a Novell NDS Client ...183...
  • Page 176: Overview

    Overview This appendix describes how to configure the connection between a Novell NDS (Novell Directory Services) Server and the CXP6000 Color Server, in a Novell working environment. For further information see Installing and Configuring Novell Client for Spire on page 133. To configure this connection, the following procedures are preformed: Note: All the following procedures should be performed on a Windows client...
  • Page 177 To perform these procedures, you need: • Administrative permissions assigned by the Novell Administrator. • The User Name and Password for access to the Novell NDS Server. • An account in the appropriate NDS Tree and Context with permissions to create objects. •...
  • Page 178: Defining Novell Nds Printer Queues In The Novell Nds Tree

    Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree Using the Novell NetWare Administrator Application Perform the following procedures to create the Print Server, Printer and Print Queues, using the NWAdmin application: Define the Novell NDS Print Server, Printer and Print Queue in the Novell NDS Tree.
  • Page 179 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree To open the Netware Administrator Application: Open the Netware Administrator Application (provided by your Novell Administrator). The NetWare Administrator window appears displaying the Novell NDS window. The following example shows the existing Trees, Queues and other Novell connections.
  • Page 180 To define a Novell NDS Print Server: Note: Before performing the following procedure, check the Novell Server window and if the nwprintserver already exists, proceed to the next procedure To define a Novell NDS printer: on page 166. From the Novell NDS window, select the required Context. From the menu, select Object...
  • Page 181 In the Print Server name Notes: It is important to use only this server name, in lower case. In any case, do not define a password for the Print Server. Click the button. Create The Novell NDS nwprintserver printer is created and appears in the Novell NDS window.
  • Page 182 To define a Novell NDS printer: From the menu, select Object The New Object dialog box appears. From the Class of new object Note: In Novell v5.0 NDS, the words “Non NDPS” also appear. Click The Create Printer dialog box appears. In the box, type any printer name, for example Printer name...
  • Page 183 To define the Novell NDS Print Queues: Notes: Both <hostname_ProcessPrint> and <hostname_ProcessStore> queues should be defined. Only these print queues are supported. Prior to performing this procedure, verify that in the CXP6000 Color Server, both network printers <hostname_ProcessPrint> and <hostname_ProcessStore> are present.
  • Page 184 From The Class Of New Object Click The Create Print Queue dialog box appears. Verify that Directory Service Queue In the Print Queue name Printer name: <hostname_ProcessPrint>. For example: Spire7_ProcessPrint Select the Create another Print Queue List, select Print Queue is selected.
  • Page 185 Click the Print Queue Volume The Select Object dialog box appears. Select any existing volume. Click The Print Queue volume name appears in the box, in the Create Print Queue dialog box. icon. Print Queue Volume...
  • Page 186 In the Create Print Queue dialog box, click the The Print Queue is now added to the Novell NDS window along with the nwprintserver and the Printer name (Spire_Printer). Note: Notice that the Create Print Queue dialog box re-appears for the second Print Queue to be defined.
  • Page 187 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree Click the button. Create Both queues appear now in the Novell NDS window.
  • Page 188 To assign a Printer name to nwprintserver Print Server: In the Novell NDS window, double-click The Print Server dialog box appears. Click the button to open the Assignments nwprintserver tab. Assignments...
  • Page 189 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree Click the button. The Select Object dialog box appears.
  • Page 190 From the printers, select the printer name you have defined (Spire_Printer in our example), and click The printer appears in the Click list in the Printers Print Server dialog box.
  • Page 191 To assign a Print Queue to the Printer: In the Novell NDS window, double-click the Printer name you have defined (in our example Spire_Printer). The Printer dialog box appears. Click the button to open the Assignments tab. Assignments...
  • Page 192 Click the button. The Select Object dialog box appears. Select the Queue name <hostname_ProcessStore> you have defined, and click...
  • Page 193 Click the button and select <hostname_ProcessPrint>. Both printer queues now appear in the dialog box. Click list in the Printer Print queues...
  • Page 194 To verify the new Novell NDS layout: In the Novell NDS window, double-click The Print Server dialog box appears. Select the tab. Print Layout Verify that the nwprintserver displayed as shown in the above example. Click the button. Cancel nwprintserver server, the printer and queues are...
  • Page 195: Using The Novell Nds Pconsole

    Using the Novell NDS PConsole The CXP6000 Color Server Virtual Printers can be defined as Novell NDS Printer Queues at the Novell NDS Server, using the Novell NDS PConsole. This procedure includes the following stages: To use the Novell NDS PConsole: In the CXP6000 Color Server, verify that the two Virtual printers <hostname_ProcessPrint>...
  • Page 196: Configuring Ipx Printing

    Configuring IPX Printing Note: If the context and tree were defined during the Novell configuration process, these do not need to be defined again. To setup the CXP6000 Color Server IPX parameter: In the CXP6000 Color Server workspace, click the The Administration window appears.
  • Page 197: Installing The Printer Drivers On A Novell Client Using The Adobe Ps Application

    Installing the Printer Drivers on a Novell Client Using the Adobe PS Application To install the printer drivers on a Novell Client: Use the Adobe PS Application with the CXP6000 Color Server PPD (provided in the CXP6000 Color Server, In the Adobe PS Wizard, verify that you have selected the Novell Printer Queue from the NetWare Network, and not the CXP6000 Color Server Virtual printers.
  • Page 198 Appendix A – Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration Following is an example of the Printers window after installing the Novell Printer Queue. Note: Note that the Novell Printer has the Novell NDS name as an extension, e.g. NW_TANSRV5. Perform a test print using the installed Novell NetWare printer.
  • Page 199: Defining The Cxp6000 Color Server As A Novell Nds Client

    Defining the CXP6000 Color Server as a Novell NDS Client The following procedure is performed only to connect the CXP6000 Color Server to Novell NDS, as a Novell client. You do not need to perform this procedure in order to print to the CXP6000 Color Server. To define the CXP6000 Color Server as a Novell NDS Client: Note: If the connection between the CXP6000 Color Server and the Novell Server has already been defined, verify the connection by following this...
  • Page 200 Click the button to expand the dialog box. Advanced In the tab, click the Trees button.
  • Page 201 The Tree window appears. Select the required tree and click The tree appears in the Tree In the tab, click the Contexts The context window appears. box in the tab. button.
  • Page 202 Select the required context full containers path, and click full containers path appears in the Context tab. Note: An optional way is to type the exact Tree name, the Context full container path and the Server exact name, in their corresponding boxes. These names are provided by the Novell Administrator.
  • Page 203 Defining the CXP6000 Color Server as a Novell NDS Client A Results window appears briefly to indicate that the connection was established. If an error message appears instead, contact your Novell Administrator. The CXP6000 Color Server is now defined as a Novell NDS client.
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