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CSX2000 Color Server

version 2.0
399Z1P569C
Installation Guide
English
www.creo.com

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  • Page 1: Csx2000 Color Server

    CSX2000 Color Server version 2.0 399Z1P569C Installation Guide English www.creo.com...
  • Page 3: Fcc Compliance

    Microsoft, Microsoft Windows NT, Microsoft Windows 2000, and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corp. Xerox is a registered trademark of Xerox Corp. Other brand or product names are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
  • Page 4: Limitation Of Liability

    Limitation of Liability The product, software or services are being provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis. Except as may be stated specifically in your contract, Creo Inc. expressly disclaims all warranties of any kind, whether express or implied, including, but not limited to, any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement.
  • Page 5 CSX2000 Color Server Installation Guide Environment Management System (EMS) EMS Overview Creo is committed to the Environment Management System (EMS) and according to this policy, we will keep customers and service engineers informed about the principles of handling company products, while emphasizing environmental conservation. The Triple-R principles are: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
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  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    CSX2000 Color Server Installation Guide Table of Contents About This Installation Guide Who is the Installation Guide for?........... . . 1 Installation Guide Purpose .
  • Page 8 CSX2000 Color Server Installation Guide Choosing the Configuration Type ..........135 Setting the Language .
  • Page 9 CSX2000 Color Server Installation Guide Configuration Backup and Restore ..........206 Chapter 5 DFE Monitor General Information .
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  • Page 11: About This Installation Guide

    Who is the Installation Guide for? About This Installation Guide Who is the Installation Guide for? This Installation Guide is intended for CSX2000 Color Server operators and system administrators. Installation Guide Purpose This Installation Guide has been designed to guide you through setting up your CSX2000 Color Server.
  • Page 12: Chapter Content And Description

    Chapter Content and Description Chapter Contents About About this Installation Guide Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Chapter 2 Upgrading the Software Chapter 3 Reinstalling the System Chapter 4 Administrating the System Chapter 5 DFE Monitor Chapter 6 Adding an External Device Appendix A Novell NDS Setup and Configuration About This Installation Guide...
  • Page 13: Document Conventions

    Document Conventions Document Conventions Item Purpose User interface User interface elements, such as menu elements options and icons, are in bold. Procedures you Procedures that you perform appear in a perform numbered list. Single-step procedure Single-step procedures appear with an arrow.
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  • Page 15 Safety Precautions Safety Precautions ......6...
  • Page 16: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Power Line 100-240 VAC, 10 A max, 50/60 HZ. Lithium Battery The CSX2000 Color Server contains a Lithium battery on the CPU board. Only qualified service personnel should replace the battery. The following battery specifications fit all CPU configurations. •...
  • Page 17: Selection Of Power Supply Cord/connector

    Safety Precautions Selection of Power Supply Cord/Connector The CSX2000 Color Server is supplied with a power supply cord. In the event a new power cable or connector type is needed when changing from European or American standards for example, refer to the following table: USA &...
  • Page 18 Static Electricity Safety Precautions Take the following precautions whenever handling an electronics board, disk drive and memory modules, since they can be extremely sensitive to ESD (Electro Static Discharge). It is recommended to use a field service grounding kit (chain, mat and wrist strap) when handling these above-mentioned electronic components.
  • Page 19: Safety Labels

    Safety Precautions Safety Labels The following safety labels are found on the CSX2000 Color Server. Safety Label Location Top, side and bottom right rear of the CSX2000 Color Server. Bottom right rear of the CSX2000 Color Server. Bottom right rear of the CSX2000 Color Server.
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  • Page 21: Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations

    Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Default Network Printers on PC and Macintosh Clients 12 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations ..14 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations . . 81 Defining a Printer on Unix Client Workstations .
  • Page 22: Default Network Printers On Pc And Macintosh Clients

    Default Network Printers on PC and Macintosh Clients For Macintosh and PC networks, the CSX2000 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 23 Default Network Printers on PC and Macintosh Clients The CSX2000 Color Server enables you to select which virtual printer to print to. It also allows you to define new virtual printers, with printing workflows tailored to your specific job requirements. For more information refer to the CSX2000 Color Server Printing Guide.
  • Page 24: Defining A Printer On Pc Client Workstations

    Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The CSX2000 Color Server can print to the following PC client workstation running: Windows 98/ME and Windows NT 4.0/2000 and XP. The CSX2000 Color Server network printers are defined using the Windows Add Printer Wizard - Network Printers. Defining a Printer - Windows NT 4.0 To define a CSX2000 Color Network Printer through the Windows Add Printer Wizard:...
  • Page 25 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations On the window that appears, select Network Printer Server. Click Next. Browse the network to where the CSX2000 Color Server is configured. Double-click the server name. A list of the network printers is displayed. The CSX2000 Color Server is provided with three network printers: ProcessPrint, ProcessStore and SpoolStore.
  • Page 26 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Select one of the network printers (for example, ProcessPrint), and click OK. When prompted to set this printer as the default printer, leave the default as No and click Next.
  • Page 27 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The CSX2000 Color Server network printer is now successfully installed. Click Finish to complete the setup. Repeat the above process to install additional network printers.
  • Page 28 To define a CSX2000 Network Printer through the Network Neighborhood: Configuring an LPR Printer on Windows NT 4.0 The following procedure describes how to configure an LPR printer in Windows NT 4.0 for printing to the CSX2000 Color Server. The following items must be installed and configured on the Windows NT 4.0 client workstation (Server or Workstation version) before you begin: •...
  • Page 29 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations To define an LPR Printer: From the Start menu, select Settings>Printers. From the File menu, select Server Properties.
  • Page 30 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Select the Ports tab and then click the Add Port button.
  • Page 31 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations From the list of Available Printer Ports list, select LPR Port, and then click the New Port button. Type the exact name of the CSX2000 Color Server (this field is case-sensitive), for example, CSX2000_F in the Name or address of server providing lpd: field.
  • Page 32 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Close the Printer Ports dialog box.
  • Page 33 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations Click OK in the Print Server Properties dialog box. Define the LPR printer using the Adobe PostScript Printer driver application. See the following procedure.
  • Page 34 To define an LPR Printer using the Adobe PostScript Driver: Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Launch the Adobe PostScript Driver application (you can download this application from Adobe's Web site at www.adobe.com).
  • Page 35 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations When the Welcome message appears click Next.
  • Page 36 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Click Accept to accept the license agreement (read license agreement first).
  • Page 37 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears. Select It is directly connected to your computer (Local Printer), then click Next.
  • Page 38 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. Select the LPR port you defined earlier on, for example, CSX2000_F_ProcessStore, and then click Next.
  • Page 39 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears. The next step is to configure the printer with the CSX2000 Color Server PPD. The CSX2000 Color Server PPD is located in a shared folder on the CSX2000 Color Server. Click Browse.
  • Page 40 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. Click the Network button and browse to your CSX2000 Color Server.
  • Page 41 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following dialog box appears. Once you have located the CSX2000 Color Server, double-click on the server icon and then double click on the Utilities folder. Then, click OK.
  • Page 42 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following dialog box appears. Double click on the PPD folder and then select the CSX2000 Color Server PPD. Click OK.
  • Page 43 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following dialog box appears. In the list of Printer Models select the CSX2000 Color Server PPD (CSX2K2_0.ppd) that you just added and then click Next.
  • Page 44 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. Select Not Shared and then click Next.
  • Page 45 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears. Type a name for the printer which you will be able to identify on the client workstation, for example CSX2000 ProcessStore. Select Yes if you want to print a test page (recommended) or select No, then click Next.
  • Page 46 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. Click Install to install the LPR printer with the CSX2000 Color Server PPD. When prompted to configure the printer, click Yes and then click Next.
  • Page 47 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears. Click Yes.
  • Page 48 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following dialog box appears. Configure the printer according to your specifications and then click OK.
  • Page 49 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears.
  • Page 50 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Click Finish to complete the setup. The network printer now appears in the Printers window. The new LPR printer is now listed with your other printers on the WindowsNT client workstation. You are now ready to print to the CSX2000 Color Server using LPR.
  • Page 51: Defining A Printer - Windows 98

    Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations Defining a Printer - Windows 98 To define a CSX2000 Color Server network printer through the Windows Add printer wizard: When adding a new CSX2000 Color Server network printer to a client workstation, there is no need to install the CSX2000 Color Server PPD and Adobe PS printer driver separately.
  • Page 52 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Click Next. The following window appears.
  • Page 53 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations Select Network printer and click Next. The following window appears.
  • Page 54 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Type the network path or the queue name of your printer. If you don’t know its name, click Browse to view available network printers. Select one of the network printers (for example, ProcessPrint).
  • Page 55 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations Click Next. The following window appears. When prompted to set this printer as the default printer, leave the default as No.
  • Page 56 To define a CSX2000 Network Printer though the network neighborhood: Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Click Next. The following window appears. Select Yes to print a test page. The CSX2000 Color Server network printer is now successfully installed. Click Finish to complete the setup. Repeat the above process to install additional virtual printers.
  • Page 57: Defining A Printer - Windows 2000 And Me

    Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations Defining a Printer - Windows 2000 and ME To define a CSX2000 Color Server network printer though the Windows Add Printer Wizard: When adding a new CSX2000 Color Server network printer to a client workstation, there is no need to install the CSX2000 Color Server PPD and Adobe PS printer driver separately.
  • Page 58 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Click Next. The following window appears. Select Network printer.
  • Page 59 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations Click Next. The following window appears.
  • Page 60 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Type the printer name and click Next. If you don’t know its name, click Next to browse for a printer. The following window appears. Select one of the network printers (for example, ProcessPrint).
  • Page 61 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations Click Next. The following window appears. When prompted to set this printer as the default printer, leave the default as No.
  • Page 62 To define a CSX2000 Color Server network printer through Network Neighborhood: Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Click Next. The following window appears. The CSX2000 Color Server network printer is now successfully installed. Click Finish to complete the setup. Repeat the above process to install additional network printers. Browse your network to the desired network printer.
  • Page 63: Defining A Printer - Windowsxp

    Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations Defining a Printer - WindowsXP To define a CSX2000 Color Server network printer though the Windows Add Printer wizard: When adding a new CSX2000 Color Server network printer to a client workstation, there is no need to install the CSX2000 Color Server PPD and Adobe PS printer driver separately.
  • Page 64 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The Printer and Faxes window appears. From the Printer Tasks, select Add a printer.
  • Page 65 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The Add Printer Wizard appears. Click Next to setup one of the default CSX2000 Color Server network printers.
  • Page 66 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The Local or Network window appears. Select A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer and then click Next.
  • Page 67 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The Specify a Printer window appears. Select Browse for a printer and then click Next.
  • Page 68 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The Browse for Printer window appears. Browse to the CSX2000 Color Server and double-click it to display the list of network printers.
  • Page 69 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations Select the printer you wish to setup and click Next.
  • Page 70 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The Default Printer window appears. If you would like this printer to be the default printer on your computer, select Yes. Otherwise, select No.
  • Page 71 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations To define a CSX2000 Color Server network printer in WindowsXP through the Network: Click Next. The following window appears. You have now successfully completed setting up one of the CSX2000 Color Server network printers in Windows XP. Click Finish to close the wizard.
  • Page 72: Creating Postscript Files On The Pc

    Creating PostScript Files on the PC The following procedures describes how to create PostScript files using the CSX2000 from the client workstation. This is useful when you are not connected to the CSX2000 Color Server and you need to distribute jobs for printing on the CSX2000 remotely or on external media.
  • Page 73 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations To define a Print to File printer locally: Click Print. A PostScript file has now been created. Launch the Adobe PostScript Driver application (The application is found on CD#3 in the Utilities folder, or at Adobe's Web site at www.adobe.com).
  • Page 74 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations When the Welcome message appears on the screen click Next.
  • Page 75 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations Click Accept to accept the license agreement (read license agreement first).
  • Page 76 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. Select It is directly connected to your computer (Local Printer), then click Next.
  • Page 77 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears. Select the FILE: Local Port and then click Next.
  • Page 78 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. The next step is to configure the printer with the CSX2000 Color Server PPD. The CSX2000 Color Server PPD (CSX2K2_0.ppd) is located in a shared folder on the CSX2000 Color Server. Click Browse.
  • Page 79 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears. Click the Network button and browse to your CSX2000 Color Server.
  • Page 80 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. Once you have located the CSX2000 Color Server, double click on the server icon and then double click on the Utilities folder. Click OK when you are done.
  • Page 81 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears. Double click on the PPD folder and then select the CSX2000 Color Server PPD (CSX2K2_0.ppd). Click OK.
  • Page 82 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following dialog box appears. In the list of Printer Models select the CSX2000 Color Server PPD (CSX2K2_0.ppd), that you just added and then click Next.
  • Page 83 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears. Select Not Shared and then click Next.
  • Page 84 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. Type a name for the printer which you will be able to identify on the client workstation, for example CSX2000. Select Yes if you want to print a test page (recommended) or select No, then click Next.
  • Page 85 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following window appears. Click Install to install the Print to file printer with the CSX2000 Color Server PPD. When prompted to configure the printer, click Yes and then click Next.
  • Page 86 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears. Click Yes.
  • Page 87 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations The following dialog box appears. Configure the printer according to your specifications and then click OK.
  • Page 88 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following window appears.
  • Page 89 Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations You are now ready to print *.ps and *.prn files. Once printed, these files can be imported and printed on the CSX2000 Color Server. Click Finish to complete the setup. The printer now appears in the Printers window.
  • Page 90: Copying Ppd From Pc

    Copying PPD from PC It is necessary to use the CSX2000 Color Server PPD to create PS files to send to the CSX2000 Color Server. The CSX2000 Color Server PPD should therefore be copied and distributed to the customer. To copy the PPD from the CSX2000 Color Server for distribution on a diskette or by e-mail: Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Double-click the Network Neighborhood icon on the desktop.
  • Page 91: Defining A Printer On Macintosh Client Workstations

    Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations The CSX2000 Color Server can print to the following client workstation running: Macintosh OS 9 and OS X (10.1). Before setting up a CSX2000 Color Server network printer, you need to install the CSX2000 Color Server PPD on the Macintosh workstation.
  • Page 92 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Log in as "Guest" and click Connect. Select the Utilities folder and click OK. Do not select the check box. otherwise it will mount with every reboot. Select the Utilities volume located on the desktop.
  • Page 93 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations Select the PPD folder. Copy the CSX2K2_0.ppd file to the System Folder>Extensions Printer Descriptions folder. The CSX2000 Color Server PPD is now installed in the Printer Descriptions folder. It is ready to be configured with one of the CSX2000 Color Server's network printers.
  • Page 94 To set up a CSX2000 Color Server network printer on Macintosh OS 9: Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations From the Apple menu, select Chooser. Select LaserWriter and browse the network to where the CSX2000 Color Server is configured. Select one of the CSX2000 Color Server's network printers (for example, CSX2000_ProcessStore) and click Create.
  • Page 95 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations From the list of Printer Descriptions, select CSX2K2_0.ppd. Click Select.
  • Page 96 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The printer is now a CSX2000 Color Server network printer, and is set up on the Macintosh workstation. If you have the Desktop Printer Spooler extension enabled, a printer icon appears on the desktop. This icon can be used when downloading PS files to the CSX2000 Color Server.
  • Page 97: Defining A Printer - Macintosh Os X (10.1)

    Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations Defining a Printer - Macintosh OS X (10.1) Before you begin you need to install the CSX2000 Color Server PPD to your Macintosh. The following procedure describes the recommended location where to copy the CSX2000 PPD, however it can be copied to any folder on your Macintosh.
  • Page 98 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The Connect to Server dialog box appears.
  • Page 99 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations Browse the network and select the required CSX2000 Color Server. Click the Connect button. The Login dialog box appears. Select Guest and then click the Connect button.
  • Page 100 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The following dialog box appears. Select the CSX_Utilities folder and then click OK. The CSX_Utilities folder is mounted on your desktop. Double-click the CSX_Utilities folder on your desktop.
  • Page 101 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations Then double-click the PPD folder. Copy the CSX2K2_0.ppd from the CSX2000 Color Server to your Macintosh hard disk. It is recommended to copy it by dragging and dropping from the CSX2000 Color Server to the Library>Printers>PPDs folder on your Macintosh.
  • Page 102 To set up a CSX2000 Color Server network printer on Macintosh OS X: Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations From the Go menu, select Applications. Open the Utilities folder.
  • Page 103 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations Double-click the Printer Center icon.
  • Page 104 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations The Printer List window appears. Click the Add Printer button. The following dialog box appears.
  • Page 105 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations Select AppleTalk as the connection type. If you would like to use the LPR protocol instead, refer to “To Configure an LPR Printer” on page page 98. Browse the network to the location where the CSX2000 Color Server is located, and then select the CSX2000 Color Server printer.
  • Page 106 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Browse to the folder to which you have copied the CSX2000.PPD and then select the CSX2K2_0.ppd. Click the Choose button to assign the CSX2K2_0.ppd to the selected CSX2000 Color Server network printer.
  • Page 107 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations The following dialog box appears. Click the Add button to add the new printer to the Printer List. The new printer is displayed in the Printer List window.
  • Page 108 To Configure an LPR Printer: Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Follow the “Setting up a CSX2000 Network Printer in Mac OS X” procedure, till step 5. In the Printer List window, select LPR Printers using IP as the connection type.
  • Page 109 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations In the LPR Printer's Address field, type either the TCP/IP address or hostname of the CSX2000 Color Server. See the following example. Clear the Use Default Queue on Server check-box. In the Queue Name field, type the full name of the CSX2000 Color Server network printer, for example “CSX7_ProcessPrint”...
  • Page 110 Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations Browse to the folder to which you have copied the CSX2000.PPD and then select the CSX2K2_0.ppd. Click the Choose button to assign the CSX2K2_0.ppd to the selected CSX2000 Color Server network printer.
  • Page 111 Defining a Printer on Macintosh Client Workstations The following dialog box appears. Click the Add button to add the new printer to the Printer List. The new printer is displayed in the Printer List window.
  • Page 112: Defining A Printer On Unix Client Workstations

    Defining a Printer on Unix Client Workstations To define an AIX 4.2.1 printer for printing through LPR: Chapter 1 Setting Up Client Workstations On your UNIX client (for example, AIX 4.2.1) - enter SMIT and select the following sequence: Print Spooling>Add a Print Queue>remote>Standard processing.
  • Page 113: Chapter 2 Reinstalling Your Csx2000 Color Server

    Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Overview ........104 Reinstalling the Operating System .
  • Page 114: Overview

    Overview This chapter describes the methods for reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server by complete overwrite or by system partition. It describes how to install the Windows NT operating system, the Creo Software Application, and the configuration of the system using the Configuration Wizard.
  • Page 115 2. It is recommended to back up your configuration on a floppy disk in case the system crashes. 3. Determine if VIPP or any other Xerox/Creo supported application is loaded on the CSX 2000 Color Server. Such applications will have to be reloaded after this reinstall is completed. Creo Software Complete Overwrite Installation: This procedure...
  • Page 116: Reinstalling The Operating System

    Gateway, WINS address, and DNS information AppleTalk Zone IPX information For more details, refer to the Xerox Installation and Planning Guide. If you are already logged into your system and the CSX2000 Color Server workspace is open, exit the workspace and proceed to step 2.
  • Page 117 Reinstalling the Operating System When the Windows NT Server Setup Registration screen appears enter the 20-digit Product ID that comes with the Windows NT Server manual. Click Next. In the Computer Name screen, enter the Station name for the CSX2000 Color Server, for example CSX2000_1, and click Next. Click Next on the Windows NT Setup screen.
  • Page 118: Configuring The Image Disks (disk Stripping)

    Configuring the Image Disks (Disk Stripping) The following procedure should be performed if the diagonal or angled lines do not appear on the two Image Disks (Disks 1 and 2, in 600/700 MHz CPU, or Disks 0 and 1, in 1 GHz CPU). To configure the Image Disks: Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server If the following message appears “Disk Administrator has determined that this is...
  • Page 119 Configuring the Image Disks (Disk Stripping) The following message appears. Click OK. The following Confirm message appears. Click Yes.
  • Page 120 Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server The Disk Administrator window appears. Note that the screen captures in this procedure reflect the disk status using a 1 GHz CPU. If the CSX2000 Color Server has a 600/700 MHz CPU, the disk order is different: the first Disk is the System disk and the next 2 Disks are the Image Disks.
  • Page 121 Configuring the Image Disks (Disk Stripping) Right-click on the second Image Disk, and from the menu select Delete. Then click Yes to confirm. The Disk Administrator window is now displayed as follows. To create a stripe set, press and hold Image Disks.
  • Page 122 Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Right-click one of the Image Disks and from the menu, select Create Stripe Set. The following window is displayed. For 18GB drives the total size of the created stripe set is different. Click OK. Right-click one of the Image Disks and from the menu, select Assign Drive Letter.
  • Page 123 Configuring the Image Disks (Disk Stripping) The Disk Administrator window is displayed as follows. Close the Disk Administrator window. The Confirm message is displayed.
  • Page 124 Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Click Yes to save the changes. The following message is displayed. Click Yes to continue. The following message is displayed. Click OK to continue. The following message is displayed. Click OK to restart your computer. Next, reinstall the services for Macintosh.
  • Page 125: Reinstalling The Services For Macintosh

    Reinstalling the Services for Macintosh Reinstalling the Services for Macintosh The Services for Macintosh are automatically installed during the NT installation. However, the unattended installation of the Services for Macintosh does not support multiple Apple talk zones. Therefore, If you use multiple Apple Talk zones it is necessary to first remove the unattended installation of the Services for Macintosh and then reinstall the service manually.
  • Page 126 To remove the Services for Macintosh: Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Restart the CSX2000 Color Server. When the CSX2000 Color Server is up, close the CSX2000 Color Server Software Application. Right-click the Network Neighborhood icon, and from the menu select Properties.
  • Page 127 Reinstalling the Services for Macintosh Select the Services tab.
  • Page 128 Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server From the Network Services list, select Services for Macintosh, then, click the Remove button. The following Warning appears. Click Yes to continue and then click the Close button to close the Network dialog box.
  • Page 129 Reinstalling the Services for Macintosh The Bindings Review process indicator appears, followed by the NWLink message. Click No. The Network Settings Change message appears. Click Yes to restart your computer, for the changes to take effect.
  • Page 130 To manually install the Services for Macintosh: Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server When the CSX2000 Color Server is up, close the CSX2000 Color Server Software Application. Close the NT setup window if it appears. Insert the Windows NT Server CD (the original CD was delivered with the NT Server license), into the CD-ROM drive.
  • Page 131 Reinstalling the Services for Macintosh Select the Services tab.
  • Page 132 Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Click the Add button. The Select Network Service window appears. From the Network Service list, select Services for Macintosh, and click OK. The following message appears. Verify the path is E:\I386 and click the Continue button. The files are copied from the specified location.
  • Page 133 Reinstalling the Services for Macintosh Click the Close button in the Network dialog box. The following message appears. Click No. The Bindings Review process indicator appears, followed by the Microsoft AppleTalk Protocol Properties dialog box.
  • Page 134 Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Click OK. The following message appears. Click Yes to reboot and promptly remove the NT Server CD.
  • Page 135 Reinstalling the Services for Macintosh To install Service Pack 6a: When the CSX2000 Color Server is up, close the CSX2000 Color Server Software Application. Insert the NT Server Fast Install CD # 1 into the CD-ROM drive. On the CSX2000 Color Server desktop, double-click My Computer and browse to E:\Files_nt\Sp6.
  • Page 136 Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Select Accept the License Agreement, and clear the Backup files check-box. Then click the Install button. The files are copied to your system and the following message appears. Remove the NT Server Fast Install CD # 1 from the CD-ROM drive and click the Restart button.
  • Page 137: Reinstalling The Creo Application

    Reinstalling the Creo Application Reinstalling the Creo Application To reinstall the Creo application: Place the Application Software CD in the CD-ROM drive, and close the CD-ROM Drive. Wait for the LED on the CD-ROM drive to stop blinking before proceeding. In the SPIRE splash screen that appears, click Start.
  • Page 138: The Configuration Wizard

    The Configuration Wizard The CSX2000 Color Server Configuration Wizard automatically appears after the installation is complete. Follow the steps of the wizard to complete the CSX2000 Color Server Configuration recovery. If configuration recovery is impossible, refer to “The Configuration Wizard (if configuration recovery fails or is unavailable)” on page 135. Choosing the Configuration Type To choose a configuration type: Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server...
  • Page 139 The Configuration Wizard If a configuration file is available, select DFE Configuration recovery, and then click Next. If you received the message “Error in default configuration”, click OK and go to step 2 in Section Restoring the Configuration on page 130.
  • Page 140: Restoring The Configuration

    Restoring the Configuration To restore the configuration: Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server If you would like to restore the default configuration, select Default Configuration. If you received the message "Error in default configuration", or if you want to use a different configuration file than the default, choose Select Configuration and click browse.
  • Page 141 The Configuration Wizard Click the Start Recovery button. 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. 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 142 Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server After the recovery is complete, a confirmation message is displayed. Click OK to finish the recovery and to return to the Step 2 Recovery window. Select Print with Low Res to print the job with the low resolution images.
  • Page 143: Viewing The Configuration

    The Configuration Wizard Viewing the Configuration To view the configuration: Click Close to exit the View Configuration window.
  • Page 144: Completing The Configuration

    Completing the Configuration To complete the configuration: Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Click Finish. The CSX2000 Color Server Application workspace appears on your screen. Close all open applications and from the Start menu, choose Shutdown. Then, select Restart the Computer, and click Yes. The CSX2000 Color Server restarts.
  • Page 145: The Configuration Wizard (if Configuration Recovery Fails Or Is Unavailable)

    The Configuration Wizard (if configuration recovery fails or is unavailable) The Configuration Wizard (if configuration 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 CSX2000 Color Server Configuration Wizard automatically appears the first time you power up the CSX2000 Color Server.
  • Page 146: Setting The Language

    Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Setting the Language To set the language: Select the required interface language, and click Next.
  • Page 147: Configuring The Host Name

    The Configuration Wizard (if configuration recovery fails or is unavailable) Configuring the Host Name The CSX2000 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. To configure the host name: The Hostname is taken from the computer name you entered during the NT Fast Installation, see section Reinstalling the Operating System on page 106.
  • Page 148 Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Verify that the correct host name is displayed and click Next. Otherwise, click the Change button. The Network dialog box appears.
  • Page 149 The Configuration Wizard (if configuration recovery fails or is unavailable) Click the Change button. The Identification Changes window appears. In the Computer Name field, type the new name for the computer. If you would like to change the Workgroup or the Domain in which your computer appears, type the new name in the corresponding field.
  • Page 150: Setting The Date And Time

    Setting the Date and Time To set the date and time: Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Check that the Date and Time are set correctly and click Next. Otherwise, click the Change button.
  • Page 151 The Configuration Wizard (if configuration recovery fails or is unavailable) The Date/Time Properties dialog box appears. Set the date and time correctly and click OK. Then click Next.
  • Page 152: Setting The Default Measurement Units

    Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Setting the Default Measurement Units To set the default measurement units: Select the default measure unit you want to use, and click Next.
  • Page 153: Configuring The Ip Address

    The CSX2000 Color Server is set to DHCP server configuration. 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. If prompted to restart your computer, click No, (since you will be prompted at the end of the Configuration Wizard to restart your system.) then, click Next to continue.
  • Page 154: Configuring The Apple Talk Zone

    Configuring the Apple Talk Zone This option enables you to change the AppleTalk network zone that your CSX2000 Color Server will appear in. To set the AppleTalk zone: Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server This option only applies to networks that contain Macintosh computers. Verify that the displayed Apple Talk zone is correct and click Next.
  • Page 155: Configuring The Novell Ipx

    The Configuration Wizard (if configuration recovery fails or is unavailable) Configuring the Novell IPX This step is relevant only for those customers who have a Novell Network running IPX protocol. If you don’t have this type of network, click next in the Novell IPX window. To configure the Novell IPX: In the Tree Name and Context Name boxes, type the exact Tree name, and full Context path.
  • Page 156: Completing The Configuration

    Completing the Configuration To complete the configuration: Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server After the installation is complete, the View Configuration window is displayed.
  • Page 157 The Configuration Wizard (if configuration recovery fails or is unavailable) Click Close. The following window is displayed: Click Finish to complete the First-time setup. When the backup is complete, the following message appears.
  • Page 158 Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Click OK. The CSX2000 Color Server workspace appears on your screen. Close the CSX2000 Color Server application and format the Image disks. Refer to Section Format Image Disk on page 149. Close any open applications and from the Start menu, select Shutdown.
  • Page 159: Format Image Disk

    Format Image Disk Format Image Disk To format the Image disks: Note: Before you begin you should make sure that all applications are closed. From the Windows task bar, execute the following sequence: Start>CSX2000>CSX2000 Tools>Format Image Disks. The following screen appears. Close the applications and windows, then click OK to continue.
  • Page 160 Chapter 2 Reinstalling your CSX2000 Color Server Click Yes to continue and format the Image Disks, otherwise select No and backup your files before formatting the Image Disks. If you selected Yes in the previous step, the format process begins. The following screen appears:...
  • Page 161 Format Image Disk When the formatting is complete the following message appears. Click OK and then restart your computer.
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  • Page 163: Chapter 3 Upgrading The Software

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  • Page 164: Software Upgrade

    Software Upgrade To update the software: Note: This section does not reload the operating system, if you need to reload Windows NT, see “Reinstalling the Operating System” on page 106 for details. Before you begin upgrading the CSX2000 Color Server software you should backup your current configuration (refer to “Configuration Backup and Restore”...
  • Page 165 Software Upgrade At the end of the removal procedure, the following window appears. Click OK when the uninstall is complete. Click OK when the following message appears. Click OK also if an Uninstall message appears. Close the Control Panel window. Click OK to close the Add/Remove Programs Properties window.
  • Page 166 From the Start menu, select Shutdown restart the CSX2000 Color Server. Click Yes to confirm your choice. Once the CSX2000 Color Server has rebooted insert the CSX2000 Color Server Application Software CD#2 and browse the CD- ROM to CSX2000_2.0 folder, and locate the Setup.exe file. Then, double-click this file to run Setup.
  • Page 167: Chapter 4 Administrating The System

    Chapter 4 Administrating the System The Administration Window ....158 General Setup....... 160 The Resource Manager .
  • Page 168: The Administration Window

    The Administration Window The CSX2000 Color Server contains several utilities that enable you to manage your system. The following system utilities are available: • • • • • To access these utilities, click the Admin button on the Pathways panel. From the Tools menu, select Administration.
  • Page 169 The Administration Window The Administration window appears.
  • Page 170: General Setup

    General Setup The General Setup utility enables you to change the system parameters, such as the hostname of your CSX2000 Color Server, the system’s date and time, the user interface language. To open the General Setup utilities: Open the Administration window and double-click General Setup to expand the folder.
  • Page 171: Changing The Server Name

    General Setup Changing the Server Name To change the server hostname: In the General Setup folder, double-click Server Name. The Network dialog box appears.
  • Page 172 In the Identification tab, click the Change button. The Identification Changes dialog box appears. In the Computer Name field, type a new name for the computer. If you want to change the Workgroup or the Domain in which your computer appears, type a new name in the corresponding field.
  • Page 173: Changing The Date & Time

    General Setup Changing the Date & Time To change the system date and time: In the General Setup folder, double-click Date&Time. The Date/Time Properties dialog box appears. In the Date & Time tab, select your local time settings.
  • Page 174 Select the Time Zone tab and set the correct time zone. Click OK. Chapter 4 Administrating the System...
  • Page 175: Selecting The User Interface Language

    General Setup Selecting the User Interface Language To select the user interface language: In the General Setup folder, double-click Language. The Language dialog box appears. Select the interface language you would like to use, and click OK. The system prompts you to reboot your computer for the new settings to take effect.
  • Page 176: Setting The Default Unit Of Measurement

    Setting the Default Unit of Measurement To set the default unit of measurement: In the General Setup folder, double-click Units. The Units dialog box dialog box appears. Select the required system measurement unit and click OK. Chapter 4 Administrating the System...
  • Page 177: The Resource Manager

    The Resource Manager The Resource Manager The Resource Manager utility enables you to manage the virtual printers, add and delete fonts, manage the high-res files used for APR and manage your VI elements. In addition, you can create and manage CMYK emulations and import user defined imposition templates.
  • Page 178: Virtual Printers

    Virtual Printers A virtual printer is a printer published on the network with specific parameters set for processing and printing on the CSX2000 Color Server. The CSX2000 Color Server contains a mechanism that automatically installs the published virtual printers on your client workstation with the PPD and suitable printer driver.
  • Page 179 The Resource Manager Adding a new Printer To add a new printer: In the Resource Manager folder, double-click Virtual Printers. The Virtual Printers dialog box appears. Click the Add New Virtual Printer button.
  • Page 180 The Add New Virtual Printer dialog box appears. In the Printer Name field, type a name for the new printer you want to add. From the Based on list, select an existing printer with similar settings. Modify the settings you want to change or add to the new printer.
  • Page 181 The Resource Manager Editing an Existing Printer To edit an existing printer: In the Virtual Printers dialog box, select a printer from the list and click the Edit Virtual Printer button. Right-click one of the existing printers and select Edit Virtual Printer.
  • Page 182 Chapter 4 Administrating the System Click Edit. The Parameters window appears. In the Parameters window, you can edit all job parameters. In each tab the left pane lists the parameters and the right pane displays the options for the selected parameter.
  • Page 183 The Resource Manager Select the required parameters and change their settings according to your requirements. For additional details, refer to The CSX2000 Color Server Printing Guide, Chapter 3, Basic Printing Workflow, Setting Job Parameters. Click OK to return to the Virtual Printer dialog box. Click Save to save the new settings.
  • Page 184 Deleting an Existing Printer To delete an existing printer: In the Virtual Printers dialog box, select a printer from the list and click the Delete Virtual Printer button. Right-click one of the existing printers and select Delete Virtual Printer. The Delete Logical Printers message appears. Click Yes to delete the designated printer.
  • Page 185: Fonts

    The Resource Manager Fonts To manager fonts on the CSX2000 Color Server: In the Resource Manager folder, double-click Fonts. The Fonts Handler dialog box appears. To set the default font, select a font in the font list, and click the Set As Default button.
  • Page 186: High-res

    High-Res The High Res utility in the Resource Manager enables you to organize your high-resolution files. You can add or delete files, copy files from a local hard disk, from the network, or from an external media (for example, CD-ROM or floppy). The default shared folder dedicated to high-res files resides in D:\Shared\HighRes.
  • Page 187: Vi Elements

    The Resource Manager VI Elements The VI (Variable Information) Elements utility enables you to organize VI elements on your system. To open the VI elements Viewer window: In the Resource Manager folder, double-click VI Elements. The Elements Viewer dialog box appears. Your VI jobs are displayed on the left pane.
  • Page 188 To delete VI elements: To archive your VI elements for future use: Select the elements you want to delete, and click Delete. Click the Archive button. The Save As dialog box appears. Choose the required archive location for the VI elements, and click Save.
  • Page 189 The Resource Manager To retrieve VI elements from archive: From the Job menu, select Retrieve from Archive. The Retrieve dialog box appears. Double-click the folder where your VI elements have been archived. Select the folder and click the Open button. The archived VI elements are retrieved.
  • Page 190: Cmyk Emulation

    CMYK Emulation The CMYK Emulation utility enables you to create new CMYK emulations based on ICC profiles of various output devices and add them to the CSX2000 Color Server pre-installed CMYK emulation. In addition, you can rename or delete existing emulations. Adding a CMYK Emulation To add a CMYK Emulation: In the Resource Manager folder, double-click CMYK...
  • Page 191 The Resource Manager Renaming an Existing CMYK Emulation To rename an existing CMYK emulation: Click the Add Color Emulation button. The Add CMYK Emulation dialog box appears. Click Browse to locate the ICC profile of the device you want to emulate.
  • Page 192 Deleting an Existing CMYK Emulation To delete an existing CMYK emulation: In the CMYK Emulation dialog box, select a CMYK emulation from the list and click the Delete Color Emulation button. Chapter 4 Administrating the System...
  • Page 193: User Defined Imposition Template

    The Resource Manager User Defined Imposition Template The User Defined Imposition Template utility enables to import and manage, user defined imposition templates (created in a stand-alone application) in the CSX2000 Color Server. Importing User Defined Imposition Templates To import a user defined imposition template: In the Resource Manager folder, double-click User Defined Imposition Template.
  • Page 194 Renaming a User Defined Imposition Template To rename an existing user defined imposition template: Browse to the location of the user defined template and click the Import button. Select the lock job ticket check-box if you would like the template to be locked so that no imposition parameters may be applied (in the Job Parameters window).
  • Page 195 The Resource Manager Deleting a User Defined Imposition Template To delete an existing user defined imposition template: Click outside the name box of the user defined template. The user defined imposition template with the new name is listed in the user defined imposition template list. In the Template Manager dialog box, select a user defined imposition template from the list and click the Delete button.
  • Page 196: Network Setup

    Network Setup The Network Setup utility enables you to change settings in the IPX, TCP/IP and in the Apple Talk Setup. To open the Network Setup utilities: Before changing the network settings, consult your System Administrator. In the Administration window, double-click Network Setup to expand the folder.
  • Page 197: Ipx Setup

    Network Setup IPX Setup To change the IPX network settings: In the Network Setup folder, double-click IPX Setup. The NWLink IPX/SPX Properties dialog box appears. To change the frame type, click Manual Frame Type Detection and select a frame type from the Frame Type list, then click Apply. Click OK to return to the Administration window.
  • Page 198: Ipx Printing

    IPX Printing IPX printing enables the CSX2000 Color Server to act as a job server for the Novell queue. A job server checks each assigned queue at a specified interval, taking care of jobs on a first-in, first-out basis. Once a job is processed, its associated file is deleted from the queue directory.
  • Page 199: Tcp/ip Setup

    Network Setup TCP/IP Setup The CSX2000 Color Server is predefined with a default IP address. The TCP/IP option enables you to change this IP address and other TCP/IP settings. To change the TCP/IP network settings: Before changing the network settings, consult your System Administrator. In the Network Setup folder, double-click TCP/IP Setup.
  • Page 200 Change the IP Address by selecting Obtain an IP address from a DHCP server or Specify an IP address. If you select the latter, you need to type the data for the IP Address, the Subnet Mask and the Default Gateway fields. After making the changes, click Apply;...
  • Page 201: Appletalk Setup

    Network Setup AppleTalk Setup The AppleTalk Setup utility enables you to change the AppleTalk zone in which your CSX2000 Color Server is located. To change the AppleTalk network settings: In the Network Setup folder, double-click AppleTalk Setup. The Microsoft AppleTalk Protocol Properties dialog box appears. If there are problems finding the desired AppleTalk zone and multiple zones exist, refer to Section “Reinstalling the Services for Macintosh”...
  • Page 202 In the General tab, from the Default Zone list, select the AppleTalk zone for your computer, and click Apply. Click OK. Chapter 4 Administrating the System...
  • Page 203: Preferences

    Preferences Preferences The Preferences utility enables you to change several settings such as the log file generated by the Accounting and Message Viewer applications and the System Disks threshold. In addition you may define the appearance of the alert messages, the number of booklets in the VI View Options and set the Default Archiving Path and Default Paper Size.
  • Page 204: Accounting/message Viewer Log Setup

    Accounting/Message Viewer Log Setup By default, all the jobs that were handled during the past 90 days are listed in the CSX2000 Color Server Accounting window, and all the jobs that were handled during the past 56 days are listed in the CSX2000 Color Server Message Viewer.
  • Page 205 Preferences From the Accounting Log Setup area, and in the Message Viewer Log Setup areas, type the required values to specify how long information remains before being overwritten. To remove all the existing information from the windows, whenever desired, click the Clear Log Now button. For additional details, refer to The CSX2000 Color Server Printing Guide, Chapter 7, Job Accounting.
  • Page 206: System Disks

    System Disks When the Printer or User Disks reach a pre-defined threshold (usually of 256 MB), RIP is suspended and the system provides a warning message. The RIP will resume automatically only after disk space is available. To set the system disks threshold: In the Preferences folder, double-click System Disks.
  • Page 207: Alert Messages

    Preferences Alert Messages The Alert Messages utility enables you to select whether the Alerts window will open automatically, or not, when an error occurs. To set the alert window settings: In the Preferences folder, double-click Alert Messages. The Alert Messages dialog box appears. If you would like the Alerts window to appear whenever an error occurs, select Launch Alerts window automatically on new error (default).
  • Page 208: Pre-rip Preview

    Pre-RIP Preview To define the Pre-RIP preview: In the Preferences folder, double-click Pre-RIP Preview. The Pre-RIP Preview dialog box appears. In the PS Preview area, specify your choice: • If you would like to save the file as PDF - select the first choice. •...
  • Page 209: Default Archiving Path

    Preferences Default Archiving Path The Default Archiving Path utility enables you to select a default path for archiving jobs. Once the path is set, and Archive is selected from the job menu, the archive window browser will be directed to the predefined path.
  • Page 210: Pdf Optimization

    PDF Optimization The PDF optimization utility enables optimizes the RIP process of PDF files with repeated elements (which are marked as repeated in the PDF file) and consequently significantly decreases the processing time. To enable PDF Optimization: In the Preferences folder, double-click Pre-RIP Preview. The PDF Optimization dialog box appears.
  • Page 211: Job Batching

    Preferences Job Batching The Job Batching utility enables you to print several jobs with the same page parameters, one after the other without the cycle down, and consequently save production time. To set Job Batching: In the Preferences folder, double-click Job Batching. The Job Batching dialog box appears.
  • Page 212: Default Paper Size

    Default Paper Size When a PDL file does not contain any page size information (usually set by the PPD), the RIP uses a pre-defined default size. You can set this default size, and provide better control of the default RIP size. To set the default paper size path: In the Preferences folder, double-click Default Paper Size Path.
  • Page 213: Utilities

    Utilities Utilities These utilities enable you to view and back up the configuration of your CSX2000 Color Server. To open the system Utilities: In the Administration window, double-click Utilities to expand the folder.
  • Page 214: View Configuration

    View Configuration The View Configuration utility enables you to view the configuration of your CSX2000 Color Server and to print it to any printer on the network connected to your CSX2000 Color Server. In addition you may save the configuration in the network or export it to an external media.
  • Page 215 Utilities Click Print to print the configuration. The Print window appears. From the Printer list, select one of the defined printers and click If you would like to save the configuration click the Export button. The Save As dialog box appears. Browse to the required location and click the Save button.
  • Page 216: Configuration Backup And Restore

    Configuration Backup and Restore The Configuration Backup utility enables you to backup your CSX2000 Color Server configuration to a local hard disk, to a network drive or to an external media (such as a CD-ROM drive), connected to the CSX2000 Color Server. Configuration Backup To backup the configuration of your CSX2000 Color Server: In the Utilities folder, double-click Configuration Backup.
  • Page 217 Utilities Configuration Restore To restore the configuration of your CSX2000 Color Server: In the Backup Configuration to area, the default location for the backup configuration (C:/CSX2000/General/Configuration) appears. If you would like to specify a different path, click the Browse button and browse to a different directory path for the backup. You may also backup to an external media.
  • Page 218 The Restore Configuration dialog box appears. By default, all categories are selected. If you do not want to restore certain categories, clear the selections. 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 219 Utilities Click Yes if you would like the restored files to replace the current ones. Click No if you do not want the restored files to replace the existing files. Note that the Restore Configuration date is updated in the Configuration Backup dialog box.
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  • Page 221: Chapter 5 Dfe Monitor

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  • Page 222: General Information

    General Information You can view the main settings of the DFE and their status. The DFE provides general information about the following: • • • Access this view-only screen by: Disk Usage You can receive on-line visual statuses for disk capacity and disk usage.
  • Page 223: Chapter 6 Adding An External Scsi Device

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  • Page 224: Adding An External Device

    Adding an External Device To add an external SCSI device to the CSX2000 Color Server: Chapter 6 Adding an External SCSI Device If the added external device is a disk it will be used for saving files and not for the application itself.
  • Page 225 Adding an External Device If the CSX2000 Color Server does not have Tag Matrix #4, order the following parts: Flat cable 68 Mini D-Type X3 Plg (Cable – SCSI Disks; System) p/n 117N01567, end W p/n 115N00355. The terminator will be required If the external device is disconnected. In this case, the terminator will be connected instead.
  • Page 226 Chapter 6 Adding an External SCSI Device Turn the CSX2000 Color Server power on and wait for the operating system to initialize. If the external device includes drivers, it is recommended to install them now. Click the Start button, and follow the path: Programs>Administrative Tools>Disk Administrator.
  • Page 227 Adding an External Device The following message appears. Click OK. The following Confirm message appears. Click Yes. The Disk Administrator window appears.
  • Page 228 Note that the screen captures in this procedure reflect the disk status using a 600/700 MHz CPU. If the CSX2000 Color Server has a 1 GHz CPU, the disk order is different: the first 2 disks are Image Disks and the third is the System disk.
  • Page 229 Adding an External Device To format the external media: In the Disk Administrator window right-click Disk 1 and from the menu, select Create.
  • Page 230 Chapter 6 Adding an External SCSI Device The Create Primary Partition window appears. Click OK. The Confirm window appears. Click Yes. The disk is now created. Right-click the disk and from the menu, select Commit Changes Now.
  • Page 231 Adding an External Device The following Confirm message appears. Click Yes. The following message appears. Click OK.
  • Page 232 Chapter 6 Adding an External SCSI Device Right-click the disk and from the menu, select Format.
  • Page 233 Adding an External Device The Format F:\ window appears. From the File System list choose NTFS. In the Format Options area, select Quick Format, and then click Start. The format warning appears. Click OK. The following message appears to inform you that the format process is complete.
  • Page 234 Before closing the window, verify that the CD-ROM drive letter is E. If it is, close the Disk Administrator window. The external device is now formatted and ready to use. In any other case, perform the following procedure. Chapter 6 Adding an External SCSI Device Click OK.
  • Page 235 Adding an External Device To change the assigned drive letter: Right-click disk 1 (external device) and select Assign Drive Letter. The Assign Drive Letter window appears. Verify that Assign Drive Letter is selected, and from this list select any available letter. Then click OK.
  • Page 236 Chapter 6 Adding an External SCSI Device A confirmation message appears, click Yes to confirm your choice. Right-click the CD-ROM drive and from the menu, choose Assign Drive Letter. The Assign Drive Letter window appears. Verify that Assign Drive Letter is selected, and from this list select E.
  • Page 237: Appendix A Novell Nds - Setup And Configuration

    Appendix A Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration Overview ........228 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree.
  • Page 238: Overview

    Overview This appendix describes how to configure the connection between a Novell NDS (Novell Directory Services) Server and the CSX2000 Color Server, in a Novell working environment. To configure this connection, the following procedures are preformed: To perform these procedures, you need: •...
  • Page 239: Defining Novell Nds Printer Queues In The Novell Nds Tree

    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 240 Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration To open the Netware Administrator Application: Open the Netware Administrator Application (provided by your Novell Administrator or browse to Novell Server\Novell host name\sys\public\win32\NWAdmin32.exe.) The NetWare Administrator window appears displaying the Novell NDS window. The following example shows the existing Trees, Queues and other Novell connections.
  • Page 241 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree To define a Novell NDS Print Server: 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:”...
  • Page 242 In the Print Server name box, type “nwprintserver”. Notes: 1. It is important to use only this server name, in lower case. 2. In any case, do not define a password for the Print Server. Click the Create button. The Novell NDS nwprintserver printer is created and appears in the Novell NDS window.
  • Page 243 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree To define a Novell NDS printer: From the Object menu, select Create. The New Object dialog box appears. From the Class of new object list, select Printer. In Novell v5.0 NDS, the words “Non NDPS” also appear. Click OK.
  • Page 244 To define the Novell NDS Print Queues: Important: 1. Both <hostname_ProcessPrint> and <hostname_ProcessStore> queues should be defined. 2. Prior to performing this procedure, verify that in the CSX2000 Color Server, both network printers <hostname_ProcessPrint> and <hostname_ProcessStore> are present. 3. Both Virtual printers <hostname_ProcessPrint> and <hostname_ProcessStore>...
  • Page 245 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree Verify that Directory Service Queue is selected. In the Print Queue name box, type the exact (case sensitive) Virtual Printer name: <hostname_ProcessPrint>. For example: CSX7_ProcessPrint. Select the Create another Print Queue check-box.
  • Page 246 Click the Print Queue Volume icon. The Select Object dialog box appears. Select any existing volume. Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration...
  • Page 247 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree Click OK. The Print Queue volume name appears in the Print Queue Volume field, in the Create Print Queue dialog box. In the Create Print Queue dialog box, click the Create button. The Print Queue is now added to the Novell NDS window along with the nwprintserver and the Printer name (CSX_Printer).
  • Page 248 Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration Click the Create button. Both queues appear now in the Novell NDS window.
  • Page 249 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree To assign a Printer name to nwprintserver Print Server: In the Novell NDS window, double-click nwprintserver. The Print Server dialog box appears. Click the Assignments button to open the Assignments tab.
  • Page 250 Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration Click the Add button. The Select Object dialog box appears.
  • Page 251 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree From the printers, select the printer name you have defined (CSX_Printer in our example), and click OK. The printer appears in the Printers list in the Print Server dialog box. Click OK.
  • Page 252 To assign a Print Queue to the Printer: In the Novell NDS window, double-click the Printer name you have defined (in our example CSX_Printer). The Printer dialog box appears. Click the Assignments button to open the Assignments tab. Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration...
  • Page 253 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree Click the Add button. The Select Object dialog box appears. Select the Queue name <hostname_ProcessStore> you have defined, and click OK.
  • Page 254 Click the Add button and select <hostname_ProcessPrint>. Both printer queues now appear in the Print queues list in the Printer dialog box. Click OK. Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration...
  • Page 255 Defining Novell NDS Printer Queues in the Novell NDS Tree To verify the new Novell NDS layout: In the Novell NDS window, double-click nwprintserver. The Print Server dialog box appears. Select the Print Layout tab. Verify that the nwprintserver server, the printer and queues are displayed as shown in the above example.
  • Page 256: Using The Novell Nds Pconsole

    Using the Novell NDS PConsole The CSX2000 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 CSX2000 Color Server, verify that the two Virtual printers <hostname_ProcessPrint>...
  • Page 257: Configuring Ipx Printing

    Configuring IPX Printing Configuring IPX Printing To setup the CSX2000 Color Server IPX parameter: In the CSX2000 Color Server, open the CSX2000 Color Server Software Application, and click the Admin button. The Administration window appears. Double click General Setup to expand the folder.
  • Page 258 Double click IPX Printing. The IPX Printing dialog box appears. Type the exact Tree parameter and the full containers path of the Context parameter, in their respective boxes. These names are case sensitive and cannot be changed later on. Restart the CSX2000 Color Server Software Application. Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration...
  • Page 259: 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 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 CSX2000 Color Server PPD (provided in the CSX2000 Color Server, Utility folder).
  • Page 260 Following is an example of the Printers window after installing the Novell Printer Queue. 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. For more information on preforming test prints, refer to the CSX2000 Color Server Printing Guide.
  • Page 261: Defining The Csx2000 Color Server As A Novell Nds Client

    Defining the CSX2000 Color Server as a Novell NDS Client Defining the CSX2000 Color Server as a Novell NDS Client The following procedure is performed only to connect the CSX2000 Color Server to Novell NDS, as a Novell client. You do not need to perform this procedure in order to print to the CSX2000 Color Server.
  • Page 262 Click the Advanced button to expand the dialog box. In the NDS tab, click the Tree icon. Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration...
  • Page 263 Defining the CSX2000 Color Server as a Novell NDS Client The Tree window appears. 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. Select the required tree and click OK.
  • Page 264 The context window appears. Select the required context full containers path, and click OK. The Context parameters full containers path will now appear, in the Context list in the NDS tab. In the NDS tab, click the Server icon. The server window appears. Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration...
  • Page 265 Defining the CSX2000 Color Server as a Novell NDS Client Select the required Server, and click OK. The Server parameters are added to the Server list in the NDS tab. Click OK in the Novell Login dialog box.
  • Page 266 Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration A Results window appears briefly to indicate that the connection was successful. If an error message appears instead, contact your Novell Administrator. The CSX2000 Color Server is now defined as a Novell NDS client.

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