Kyocera KM-F1050 User Manual

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    KMnet Admin 2.0 User Guide...

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    • Microsoft Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. • All other brand and product names herein are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies. Copyright © 2009 KYOCERA MITA Corporation All rights reserved.

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    Table of Contents Chapter 1 Installation System Requirements ........................1-1 Host Agent for Print Job Manager ....................1-3 Installing the Host Agent for Print Job Manager ..............1-3 Maintaining Host Agent Features .................... 1-3 Job Release for Print Job Manager ....................1-4 Installing the Job Release for Print Job Manager ..............

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    List View ............................3-1 User Preferences ........................3-1 Global Characteristics ......................3-1 Saving Changes ........................3-2 Tab Scrolling ........................... 3-2 Set Rows per Page ........................3-2 32 Tab Maximum ........................3-2 Edit Default List Views ......................3-2 Add Tab ........................... 3-3 Import Default Tab ........................

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    Create Report Subscriptions ....................3-34 Search ............................3-34 Searching for Printing Devices ....................3-34 Chapter 4 Accounting Manager Console Settings ........................... 4-1 Selecting Device and Account IDs ................... 4-1 View Devices and Accounts ......................4-2 List View ..........................4-2 Form View ..........................4-2 Diagram View ..........................

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    Configuring Authentication ...................... 5-4 Configuring Purge Policy ......................5-5 Reports ............................5-5 Creating a Report ........................5-6 Report Layout .......................... 5-6 Queues ............................5-7 All Queue Groups ........................5-7 All Queues ..........................5-7 User-defined queue groups ..................... 5-8 Users ............................5-10 All User Groups ........................

  • Page 7: System Requirements

    1 Installation This guide has installation information for KMnet Admin, its related components, and required third-party software: Java 2 SDK 5.0 A collection of Java programming language APIs useful to many Java platform programs. PostgreSQL 8.3 The database in which the application stores printer data. Host Agent Software that redirects the TCP/IP port and helps manage print queues.

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    Installation Microsoft Windows® 2000 Server with Service Pack 3 or newer Microsoft Windows® Server 2003/2008 Microsoft Windows® XP Professional 32 bit Microsoft Windows® XP Professional 64 bit with Service Pack 2 or newer Windows Vista™ 32 bit Windows Vista™ 64 bit with Service Pack 1 or newer CPU and Memory Requirements Memory and CPU requirements vary depending on the number of managed devices and the installed KMnet Admin consoles (plug-ins).

  • Page 9: Host Agent For Print Job Manager, Installing The Host Agent For Print Job Manager

    Installation Supported Browsers Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 (with SP1) or 7. Cookies must be enabled. Supported Printers Kyocera network printers and most third party network printers that support the standard printer MIB Maximum Validated Configuration Device Manager Up to 2000 managed devices, 45 managed networks, 100 device groups,...

  • Page 10: Job Release For Print Job Manager, Installing The Job Release For Print Job Manager

    Installation The Host Agent is completely reinstalled as it was installed in the previous setup. To exit the installer, click Finish. Remove The Host Agent is completely uninstalled. To exit the uninstaller, click Finish. Job Release for Print Job Manager Installation of Job Release software is only necessary if you plan to use the Secure Job Release feature of Print Job Manager and My Print Jobs.

  • Page 11: Roles And Users, Adding A Role

    2 Administration The Administration console lets you manage roles and users, set properties and subscription views, and change network and discovery options. In this console e-mail settings and the device communication mode can be selected. A database backup schedule can be set, as well as the protocol settings for the web server.

  • Page 12: Deleting A Role, Adding A User, Deleting A User

    Administration Deleting a Role You can delete any role except Administrator, Subscribers Only, Accounting Admin, and Accounting User. You can create a new role with administrator privileges, then later delete the role, but you can never delete the default Administrator role. In the navigation area, select the role to delete.

  • Page 13: Properties View, Changing The Password, Subscription View, Subscriptions

    Administration Click the Delete User icon, and click OK in the confirmation message. Properties View Use Properties View to display and set user properties. Properties View is available when an administrator or user is selected in the navigation area. This information can be used in subscriptions, accounting, and reports. Changing the Password An administrator or user can change the password used to log on to the application.

  • Page 14: Subscriptions, Groups, And Inheritance, Adding An Alert Subscription, Adding A Report Subscription

    Administration Note: If pop-up blockers are enabled, Add Alert Subscription, Add Report Subscription, Device Manager Report, the About page, and Help will not open. Subscriptions, Groups, and Inheritance Subscriptions can be created for groups, and child groups inherit subscriptions from parent groups. Inheritance is only available for dynamic groups, and not for manual groups.

  • Page 15: Editing A Subscription, Deleting A Subscription

    Administration In the Devices area, select a group of devices. Under Reports, select the reports for this user. To the right of the report name, select a format for the report. PDF, HTML, and CSV are the current available formats. In the Destinations area, select at least one e-mail address.

  • Page 16: Copying Or Moving A Subscription, Networks And Discovery, Adding An Ipv4 Network

    Administration To delete all subscriptions, select Alert Subscription or Report Subscriptions to remove all subscriptions. To delete a selected subscription, expand Alert Subscription or Report Subscriptions and select a subscription or device group. Click Delete Subscription, then Yes, to delete the subscription. Copying or Moving a Subscription Subscriptions can be copied or moved from one user to another.

  • Page 17: Deleting A Network, Network Properties

    Administration Type the Domain. This text box is available only if the Device Communication option in the Administration console is set to Device IP addresses are volatile and may change. The network domain is applied to a device's domain field when the device is first discovered. For more information, see Device Communication.

  • Page 18: Start/stop Discovery, Mail Server, Selecting E-mail Settings

    Administration Start/Stop Discovery The Discovery button is available on the General or the Discovery tab when you select a single or multiple managed networks. Discovery is a process for scanning a network for IP addresses of network printers to identify what devices are currently on the network.

  • Page 19: Device Communication, Database, Backing Up A Database, Restoring A Database

    Administration Device Communication Device communications use Host Name, and Domain name if entered. Choose from a static or volatile IP address. For DHCP, select Device IP addresses are volatile and may change. If this option is chosen, communication with the devices is done using the host name rather than the IP address.

  • Page 20: Web Server, Consoles, Choosing A Console

    Administration Select KMnetAdmin Service, then click Stop the service. When KMnetAdmin Service is stopped, KMnet Admin Report Service will stop also. On the Start menu select Run. Type cmd. At the command prompt, type cd C:\KMnetAdmin\bin. Note: Path may differ if you did not install KMnet Admin to the default location.

  • Page 21: Changing The Default Console, Disabling A Console

    Administration If you installed all of the consoles, the available choices are: Administration A console for managing user accounts/roles, network discovery, and system settings. Device Manager A console for managing device data, polling, alerts, and preferences. Accounting Manager A console for monitoring the various counters on your network printing devices.

  • Page 22: Enabling A Disabled Console

    Administration Enabling a Disabled Console You can enable a console that has been disabled. In the navigation area, select Consoles. Select the disabled console to enable from the list in the right pane. Click Enable Console. The console status changes to Enabled. The console is available in all Switch Console lists.

  • Page 23: List View, User Preferences, Global Characteristics

    3 Device Manager Device Manager lets you access local print system settings and monitor the status of multiple printing driver systems connected locally or through a network. These features include creating groups of devices, manually adding a device to a list of devices, installing the most current firmware on a device or group of devices, displaying printing devices and properties in a list or printing devices on an office map, sending configuration parameters to multiple devices.

  • Page 24: Saving Changes, Tab Scrolling, Set Rows Per Page, Tab Maximum, Edit Default List Views

    Device Manager order of tab columns column sizing rows per page List View maintains the settings on the last viewed tab for each available device group. This is done to minimize the amount of user preference data transferred during login. List View preferences are saved for all users except Guest users.

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    Device Manager When you select Reset all tabs to system defaults in the Edit Tab dialog box, List View loads the default List View tabs. Users with the Full Control, Default List Views privilege can modify the default tabs. Note: Once a user has logged on for the first time, changes to the Default List Views do not affect that user's saved preferences.

  • Page 26: Import Default Tab, Edit Tab

    Device Manager Click the up and down arrows to the right of the Tab Position table to position the new tab. Under Available Columns, select the items you want to include in the tab and click the right arrow. Use the Shift and Ctrl keys to select multiple items. To remove a column from the tab, select it under Selected Columns, and click the left arrow.

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    Device Manager From the Manage List Views list on the toolbar, select Edit Tab. In the Edit Tab dialog box, type the new name in the Tab Name text box. Click OK. Changing the Column Content and Order You can change the content and the order of a column. Select the tab you want to edit.

  • Page 28: Deleting A Tab, Set Rows Per Page, Managing Devices

    Device Manager Click OK, and then click Yes in the confirmation box. Deleting a Tab You can delete a tab. Select the tab you want to remove. From the Manage List Views list on the toolbar, select Delete Tab. Click OK. After the selected tab has been deleted, the tab directly to its left becomes selected.

  • Page 29: Add Group, Manual Groups

    Device Manager Add Group Use Add Group to add a device group to the Device Manager console. Add Group is located in the navigation area toolbar within the Device Manager console. From the Add Group dialog box, you can create either a manual group or a dynamic group.

  • Page 30: Dynamic Groups

    Device Manager In the Edit Group dialog box, edit the group name and then click OK. Dynamic Groups A dynamic group is a device group established by user defined device filters which select and add relevant devices to the dynamic group. Subscriptions can be inherited and can be created for groups.

  • Page 31: Map View, Map View Toolbar

    Device Manager In the navigation area toolbar, click Edit Group. From the Edit Group dialog box, edit the group name and device filters, and then click OK. Map View Use Map View to display printing devices on a background map of your office. Printing device properties can be viewed and managed from Map View.

  • Page 32: Map Background

    Device Manager Note: Some Map View toolbar options are available by right-clicking anywhere in the background image except on a printing device icon. Menu options for a particular device are available by right-clicking on a printing device icon. Map Background The Map Background lets you import an image of your office layout to display in the map viewer.

  • Page 33: Selecting Icon Properties

    Device Manager Background). You can also resize the map viewer by clicking and dragging the divider between the map viewer and the navigation area. Printing Device Icons in the Map Background When a background image is imported into the map viewer, the printing device icons appear in a waiting area.

  • Page 34: Links, Saving Map Settings

    Device Manager Links You can create links between selected printing devices, to view them by groups. You can create links with the parent group and its sub group in Map View. For example, link all printing devices in a department, or link all color models. This is useful for managing a large number of printers.

  • Page 35: Subscription View, Adding Devices

    Device Manager Note: If multiple users make simultaneous changes to a group's Map View settings, the last user to save changes override all other users' previously saved changes. Subscription View Printing devices are polled for information, and e-mail alerts can be sent out based on this status information.

  • Page 36: Refresh, Select All, Open Device Home Page, Status Filter

    Open Device Home Page Click Open Device Home Page to open the printing device's Home Page (older Kyocera models), Command Center (newer Kyocera models), or the home page of another manufacturer's device. This page lets you view detailed device information and change select device settings from your computer.

  • Page 37: Setting A Status Filter, Show Or Hide Unmanaged Devices, Multi-set, Wizard Detail

    One or more selected devices. Multi-Set does not support all device models. Multi-Set can configure a device’s settings for Kyocera devices appearing in the Supported Model list in the Release Notes available from the login page. Multi-Set can be started in two ways: Select a group in the navigation area, then click the Multi-Set button in the toolbar.

  • Page 38: Configuring A Device Group, Configuring Selected Devices

    Device Manager If you do not wish to change a particular setting, leave No Change selected in the corresponding list. Schedule If you select Run now, Multi-Set configures the selected devices when you click Finish on the final page of the wizard. If you select Schedule to run, then you must define a time and date for the device configuration to take place.

  • Page 39: Log File, Firmware Upgrade, Firmware Upgrade Risks

    Device Manager Click Multi-Set on the right pane toolbar. Click Next. Select the changes you want to make from the list that corresponds to each setting, then click Next. Schedule Multi-Set to run immediately by leaving Run now selected, or designate a time for it to run by selecting Schedule to run.

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    Device Manager potential risk. When preparing a firmware upgrade, review the process with your dealer or service organization and establish contingency plans. Warning: If a device is turned off or loses power at a critical point during the upgrade, the device could become inoperable and require a servicing to replace damaged components.

  • Page 41: Performing A Firmware Upgrade, Acknowledgement Of Risks, Select Firmware File

    Device Manager System The device does not pass the power-on self-test. Faxing does not operate. IB-2x No link light displays, and Option (or on some models Network) does not appear on the Interface menu on the operation panel. Upgrade Error Recovery System The DIMM in the device must be replaced.

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    Device Manager The selected firmware file must match the model being upgraded. In the case of a group, there must be at least one matching model in the group. When a group is selected for a firmware upgrade, any devices in that group that do not match the selected firmware files are not upgraded.

  • Page 43: Upgrade Firmware With The Latest Firmware Files, Setting Communication Options

    Device Manager After the upgrade activity completes, the process deletes the file from the temporary folder. Click Next. Confirm Selected Firmware When upgrading a group, the process bypasses any devices that do not match the model(s) for the selected firmware. If there are no matching devices that require a version upgrade, the wizard informs you with a message.

  • Page 44: Authorizing A Firmware Upgrade

    Device Manager In the Port number text box, click the Advanced tab at the top of the Command Center page. On the left of the screen, select Advanced > TCP/IP > Logical Printers. The TCP/IP Port Number appears for each logical printer. One of these logical printer ports must match the port number entered in the Firmware Upgrade wizard.

  • Page 45: Confirm Upgrade Settings, Begin The Firmware Upgrade

    Device Manager do not match, an Authorization failure message will be recorded for that device in the fwuplog.txt log file. Confirm Upgrade Settings The Confirm Upgrade Settings page shows you a summary of the settings you have chosen for the firmware upgrade, before the upgrade begins. Group The group name for the collection of devices that will be upgraded together.

  • Page 46: Cancelling A Firmware Upgrade, Firmware Upgrade Log File, Device Properties

    Device Manager reenter settings, click Cancel. If you are sure you want to start the upgrade process, click Upgrade. Warning: Devices should not be turned off during an upgrade. If a device is turned off or loses power at a critical point in the upgrade, the device could become inoperable.

  • Page 47: Displaying Device Properties

    Device Manager Displaying Device Properties In List View or Map View, select a printing device. Use Shift or Ctrl to select multiple devices. Click Device Properties. In the Properties dialog box, select from the available options. Click OK. Device Properties for a Single Device Device Properties options lets you view and set the properties of printing devices.

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    Device Manager Displays the level of each toner color by graphic image and percentage. Monochrome models display black toner only. Media Input Displays the media available in the MP Tray, standard paper feeders, and optional paper feeders: Size/Type The page size and media type setting for each paper source. Level The amount of paper currently loaded in each paper source.

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    Device Manager Displays identifying information that was set at the printing system. IP Address The numerical identifier for the device in the TCP/IP network. Serial Number The manufacturer's serial number. This option is not supported for all vendors. MAC Address The printing device's Media Access Control address.

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    Device Manager Color/Monochrome Support for full color or monochrome printing. Print Speed Print speed in pages per minute. Duplexer Devices with support for duplex printing. Memory Installed (in KB) memory for devices. Stapler Devices with support for stapling. Punch Devices with support for hole punching. Hard Disk Devices with hard disks.

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    Device Manager Updates the toner display in the Supplies tab. Note: Default polling settings are used for all devices unless you change the settings for individual devices. The administrator can set default polling settings. If Traps are enabled, we recommend reducing the frequency of KMnet Admin Status polling.

  • Page 52: Polling Defaults, Alert Configuration

    Device Manager Some selected devices are managed and some are not. Cleared None of the selected devices are being managed. Polling With the check box selected for the Manage these devices check box, select the desired polling options and set the time in seconds, minutes, or hours. SNMP Communications With any option selected for the Manage these devices check box, a user with privileges can change SNMP Communications settings.

  • Page 53: Custom Properties

    Device Settings tab. The printing device must be connected to set custom properties. This feature is supported only for Kyocera printers. Not all properties are supported on all devices. Setting Custom Properties You can assign custom properties to devices.

  • Page 54: Device Manager Report, Creating A Device Manager Report, Editing Device Ids And Device Properties

    Device Manager Select the property you want to remove from Selected Properties. Use the Shift or Ctrl keys to select multiple items. Click the left arrow to move the selected properties to the Available Properties list. Click Submit. The custom property is removed from the Device Properties > Device Settings tab.

  • Page 55: Selecting A Report Template

    Device Manager The Report type of Usage Totals, Error Totals and Error Rates have Edit options of Device ID. The Report type of Device Properties has Edit Options of Selected Properties. Select the desired report option under Report type. Select desired options under Available IDs or Available Properties. Use Shift or Ctrl to select multiple items.

  • Page 56: Create Report Subscriptions, Search, Searching For Printing Devices

    Device Manager In the Manage Report Template dialog box, remove a template by selecting it and clicking Delete. Use Shift or Ctrl to select multiple items. Click OK to remove it from the list. Create Report Subscriptions You can create a subscription based on the current report. Save a report, then click Subscribe.

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    Device Manager Click OK. The application searches the printing devices and displays those that match the selected criteria. In Map View, save the map settings before searching. The search result devices appear in their saved position in the office map. The search results are displayed until they are cleared.

  • Page 58: Console Settings, Selecting Device And Account Ids

    4 Accounting Manager The Accounting Manager console is a plug-in feature that lets you monitor all counters in your network printing devices. Device counters keep track of the number of pages processed for printing, copying, scanning, and faxing. Each page that is processed is counted in one or more counters, such as for color printing or page size.

  • Page 59: View Devices And Accounts, List View, Form View

    Accounting Manager Click Switch console and select Console Settings, or click Console Settings in the toolbar. The Console Settings dialog box opens. Select custom IDs: Device ID - type a string to represent the device by using any device variables in the application, enclosed in % signs. Allowed variables: "ModelName,"...

  • Page 60: Diagram View, Subscription View, Manage Views, Managing The List View

    Accounting Manager Form View displays settings for the selected printing device or account information for the selected account. Diagram View Diagram View is available with All devices or All accounts or a group selected in the navigation area. Diagram View displays consolidated counter volume information in bar charts, line charts, or pie charts.

  • Page 61: Managing The Diagram View, Groups, Adding Or Editing A Printing Device Group

    Accounting Manager Under Selected Columns, use the up and down arrow buttons on the right to position each column. The top position appears as the leftmost column. To remove an item from Selected Columns, select it and click the up arrow button in the center.

  • Page 62: Adding Or Editing An Account Group, Deleting A Group, Copying A Group

    Accounting Manager Main Properties: Printing device names and numbers Accounting Mode: Printing modes enabled or disabled Device Mode: Security options Counter Properties: Counter options for total, color, function, and page sizes Counter Period Usage Properties: Time period and volume for total, color, function, and page sizes Click OK.

  • Page 63: Adding Or Editing An Account

    Accounting Manager Click Copy Group. Type the name of the new group in the Group Name box. Do not use invisible Unicode or extended ASCII characters. Click each menu button and change any options. Click OK. The new group appears in the navigation area. Adding or Editing an Account You can create new accounts that can be used with specific printing devices.

  • Page 64: Deleting An Account, Editing A Printing Device

    Accounting Manager Click the Balance Restriction tab and select whether a balance limit is set for each function. Click the Function Restriction tab and select whether each function can be used or is locked. You can set the account counters to zero by clicking Reset Counters. Counters in the printing device are reset accordingly.

  • Page 65: Multi-set, Changing Accounting Settings On Multiple Devices, Set Polling Schedule

    Accounting Manager Multi-Set The Multi-Set function can set accounting parameters remotely for multiple devices. Using this wizard, you can make global changes to groups of devices, such as to prevent anonymous printing, or to set or relax printing limits. Use the wizard to change accounting settings for one or more devices. The wizard can make changes to devices in the selected group.

  • Page 66: Selecting The Polling Schedule, Edit Device Accounting Settings

    Accounting Manager Selecting the Polling Schedule You can set a schedule for KMnet Admin to obtain counter information from all devices in a group. Select All devices or a device group in the navigation area. Click Group Polling Schedule. The Group Polling dialog box opens. Select a polling schedule: None: Select for no scheduled polling.

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    Accounting Manager Prohibit Print jobs without a valid Account ID are cancelled. Restriction Mode: Select function restriction and balance limit mode: Auto Sets account function restriction and balance limit for all account counters to "On." This assures that the settings always remain on. Manual Account function restriction and balance limit remain unchanged.

  • Page 68: Setting A Renewal Schedule, Viewing A Device's Counters

    Accounting Manager Displays the number of accountsassociated with the printing device. Note: The default accounts All and Other are not included in this count. Change Click to open the Renewal Settings dialog box and set or change the renewal schedule. Reset Counters Click to set the device's account counter back to zero, allowing the balance to be used again.

  • Page 69: Viewing A Device's Account List, Adding An Account To A Printing Device

    Accounting Manager Click each tab to change the time period. You can also view a device's counters from the Edit Device Account Settings dialog box by clicking Device Counters Overview in the toolbar. Viewing a Device's Account List You can view a printing device's account list and add or delete accounts. Select a device in the navigation area.

  • Page 70: Deleting An Account From A Printing Device, Clone Accounts, Cloning Accounts

    Accounting Manager Type a numeric code in Account Code, or for greater security, use the supplied random code. You can click Generate Code to let KMnet Admin change the random code. Deleting an Account from a Printing Device You can delete an account from the selected printing device in the Edit Device Accounting Settings dialog box.

  • Page 71: Reports, Generating A Report

    Accounting Manager Confirm the selections for the cloning operation. Click Finish . Note: Even if the job is scheduled to start at a later time, the job cannot be cancelled after you click the Finish button. If Now was selected, a progress window will appear. If an error occurs, a status report window will be displayed.

  • Page 72: Export Accounting Data, Exporting The Accounting Data, Quick Filter, Filtering With Quick Filter

    Accounting Manager If the report is in PDF, name and save the report document. Export Accounting Data The currently displayed List View information can be exported and saved in Comma Separated Value (CSV) or XML format for use in databases and accounting applications.

  • Page 73: Choosing A Console, Changing The Default Console

    Accounting Manager To remove the criteria you applied with the Quick Filter, click the Clear button. With a device or device group selected, the list can be filtered by model name, serial number, asset number, host name, or IP address. With an account or account group selected, the list can be filtered by account name, account subname, or account code.

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    Accounting Manager A user is automatically logged off if the software is not used for 30 minutes. User Guide 4-17...

  • Page 75: Opening Print Job Manager

    5 Print Job Manager Print Job Manager (PJM) is an optional console for KMnet Admin that gives both administrators and users the ability to control print queues and print jobs. The console provides real-time job monitoring, control and accounting functions for most printers and multifunction printers (MFPs).

  • Page 76: Print Job Manager Console, Navigation Area

    Print Job Manager Type a user name and password. KMnet Admin ships with the default logon of admin for User name and admin for Password. If Print Job Manager is set as the preferred console, click Log In. If not, select Choose a console to open, select Print Job Manager from the list, and then click Log In.

  • Page 77: Navigation Area Shortcut Menus, Navigation Area Toolbar, List View

    Print Job Manager Navigation Area Shortcut Menus Right-click on an item in the navigation area to open a shortcut menu. Each menu option is identical in function to the corresponding button in the toolbar. The following two options are available only on the shortcut menus: Delete all inactive queues This option removes all queues that show no printing activity.

  • Page 78: List View Shortcut Menus, List View Toolbar, Authentication And Purge Policy Configuration, Configuring Authentication

    Print Job Manager These selections show the following columns: Name, Color, Monochrome, Job Count and Data Size (KB). All Queues, User-defined Queue Groups, or Host (print server) These selections show the following columns: Status, Queue, Server, Share Color, Monochrome, Job Count and Data Size (KB). The Port, Driver, and Version (of the Driver) are optional columns hidden by default.

  • Page 79: Configuring Purge Policy, Reports

    Print Job Manager The default selection for Authentication is Off. Select Off for the server not to verify the user name and password at logon. Configuration details in the form are cleared when you click Submit. Select Active Directory if you want the server to verify the user name and password at logon.

  • Page 80: Creating A Report, Report Layout

    Print Job Manager All Queues This selection provides a usage report of all queues, or a ranking report of the top ten queues. All Users This selection provides a usage report for all users, or a ranking report of the top ten users.

  • Page 81: Queues, All Queue Groups, All Queues

    Print Job Manager Ranking Report The ranking report is available for all report time periods. It produces a bar chart and data table. The X-axis of the bar chart is the rank (1–10), and the Y-axis is the counter type (Pages, Count or Data Size). The application also produces a data table beneath the chart.

  • Page 82: User-defined Queue Groups

    Print Job Manager The options in the navigation area are Report and Reset all Counters in Group. List View The options in list view are Add to Group, Report, and Reset Counters. User-defined queue groups A user-defined queue group consists of all print queues you assign to a particular group.

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    Print Job Manager In the list view, click to select a queue or user. On the toolbar, click Reset Counters. Alternatively, right-click on a queue or user, and click Reset Counters in the shortcut menu. Click OK to reset the counters to zero , then click OK in the confirmation box. Adding a Queue to a User-Defined Queue Group You can add your own queues to user-defined queue groups in Print Job Manager.

  • Page 84: Users, All User Groups, All Users, User-defined User Groups

    Print Job Manager Users In the application, a user is an individual who sends print jobs to the printing systems. Each user is provided a user name and password by the administrator. The administrator can set job restrictions or privileges by user. To create a new user group: In the navigation are, select All User Groups, All Users, or any User-defined User Group.

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    Print Job Manager Navigation Area The options in the navigation area are Report, and Reset all Counters in Group. The options New Group, Delete Group, and Delete are also available on the toolbar. The Delete option is also available on the shortcut menu.

  • Page 86: Hosts, All Hosts, Host (print Server), Host Agent

    Print Job Manager Hosts A host is a networked computer dedicated to providing a certain kind of processing service. The host for this application serves communications between the application and associated network printing systems. All Hosts All Hosts consists of every print server discovered by Print Job Manager. To open a shortcut menu for a host in the navigation area or list view, click a toolbar icon or right-click on the group.

  • Page 87: Km Service Manager

    Print Job Manager KM Service Manager Administrators can use the components in KM Service Manager to create or change application settings and alerts. To open the KM Service Manager, click Start > Programs > KM HostAgent > KM Service Manager. If Job Release is installed with the application, The KM Service Manager is also used to configure Job Release.

  • Page 88: Configure Queues, Consoles, Choosing A Console

    Print Job Manager In the Stop saving print jobs if disk space drops below x Mb text box, type a disk space amount, in megabytes. The application will stop saving completed print jobs if server free space drops below this setting. The minimum setting is 0 MB, and the maximum is 512 MB.

  • Page 89: Logging On, Changing The Default Console

    Print Job Manager If you select Choose a console to open when logging on, you must then select a console from the list. The console you chose is displayed. You must select a console from the list each time you log on this way. If you installed all of the consoles, the available choices are: Administration A console for managing user accounts/roles, network discovery, and system...

  • Page 90: Authentication, Queues, Viewing Print Jobs In A Queue, Active Jobs

    6 My Print Jobs My Print Jobs is a sub-component of Print Job Manager that provides users with a tool to monitor and manage their print jobs while allowing administrators to effectively manage those users’ settings. You can access My Print Jobs only after an administrator has installed KM Host Agent on your local print server.

  • Page 91: Completed Jobs

    My Print Jobs Queues The Queues pane is on the left side of the screen. In the Queues pane, the print server list behaves according to the following rules: Only one print server can be open at a time. Selecting a print server expands the list of managed print queues. When you click on a new print server, the previously open one collapses automatically and is sent to the bottom of the pane.

  • Page 92: Completed Jobs

    My Print Jobs Monochrome This column shows the number of monochrome (black and white) pages in the document. Color This column shows the number of color pages in the document. Est. Time This column shows the estimated time of completion for the print job in hours, minutes, and seconds.

  • Page 93: Completed Jobs Toolbar

    My Print Jobs Pages Printed This column shows the number of pages of the document printed by the selected device. Total Pages This column shows the entire number of pages in the document. Monochrome This column shows the number of monochrome (black and white) pages in the document.

  • Page 94: Queue Management, Km Service Manager

    My Print Jobs This option shows the number of the first print job to the number of the last print job of the total print jobs. For example, you can display the range of #19 through #30 out of 31 total print jobs. Next Page This option advances to the next page of print jobs.

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    My Print Jobs Select Queue Management from the Installed Components list. Click Configure. The Queue Management dialog box opens. Click Configure. The Queue Management dialog box opens. Make sure that the Server Host name or IP address is correct. To change it, type the server host name or IP address of the server running KM Host Agent.

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    My Print Jobs The Configure Queues dialog box appears. The first time you open the dialog, all printing systems connected to TCP/IP on the server with Host Agent are listed in the left pane under Unmanaged Queues. To move a queue from the Unmanaged Queues list to the Managed Queues list, click to select a printing system in the left list, then click the right arrow.

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    Glossary Account A group of users that uses a particular device. Accounts can be used for limiting and/or monitoring all printing activity. The Accounting Manager console lets you monitor accounts and prepare reports. Account Balance The total balance for all counters included in an account. Account Code An account user’s number or password.

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    Custom Alert Set An alert set configured by a user. Database Assistant Kyocera software tool for customizing the scan system of an MFP for the Job Release plug-in. Default Console The console that opens upon login if "Open the default console"...

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    IB-2x NIC Intelligent Network Interface Card that provides a wide range of tools to manage and secure a network-enabled device. Developed by Kyocera. Includes IB-22, IB-21E, IB-21, IB-20 and IB-23. Inheritance A relationship by which a device in a child group inherits the subscriptions and device filters assigned to the parent group, grandparent group, etc.

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    If Job Release is installed, the KM Service Manager is also used to configure Job Release. KX Printer Driver Intelligent Universal Printer driver that supports all Kyocera products by providing a common user interface and configuration. Developed by Kyocera.

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    Multihomed A computer that has multiple network interfaces. For computers using TCP/IP, these interfaces can be separate network interface cards (NICs) or multiple IP addresses on one NIC. Multi-Set A utility that lets you apply settings from a saved template to one or more devices on the network.

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    Renew Counters A function that resets all KMnet Admin counters to zero. The counters in the printing devices are not changed. Report A scheduled communication that reflects a particular set of properties for a device group. A report shows you its subscribers and the groups it reflects, including any inheritance.

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    Unmanaged Device A device that is not polled or updated unless the user specifically performs a refresh on that device. Since there is no Delete function, this is the mechanism for handling a device you no longer care about. Unmanaged Queue Sequence of print jobs waiting to be printed that is not controlled by KMnet Admin.

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    KYOCERA MITA Corporation Headquarters: 2-28, 1-chome, Tamatsukuri, Chuo-ku Osaka 540-8585, Japan Telephone: (06) 6764-3555 http://www.kyoceramita.com Kyocera Mita Australia Pty, LTD. Kyocera Mita Singapore PTE, LTD. Level 3, 6-10 Talavera Road, North Ryde, 121 Genting Lane, 3rd Level N.S.W. 2113 Australia Singapore 349572 Telephone: (02) 9888.9999...

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