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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Copyright ..................xi Introduction ................xvii ■ Regulatory Information .............. xvii ■ Trademarks ..................xix ■ Notice of Liability ................xxi ■ Safety Precautions ...............xxiv Chapter 1 Scanner Overview ..........1 Scanner Features ............2 Part Names and Functions ..........3 1.2.1 External Parts ................
  • Page 4 Chapter 2 Basic Scanner Operations ........21 Using the Scanner Buttons .......... 22 2.1.1 Using the Startup Button ............. 22 2.1.2 Using the Scan Button............23 Using the LCD Touch Panel ......... 24 Using the Keyboard ............25 2.3.1 Using the Keyboard: Administrator........25 2.3.2 Using the Keyboard: Regular Users ........
  • Page 5 Using the Network Settings Menus ......69 3.6.1 Giving the Scanner an IP Address ........69 3.6.2 Setting the DNS Server ............72 3.6.3 Setting the WINS Server ............ 73 3.6.4 Setting the NTP Server ............74 3.6.5 Setting the LDAP Server ............ 76 3.6.6 Setting the e-Mail Server (SMTP Server) ......
  • Page 6 Logging in: Regular User Mode ......... 177 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail ......180 4.4.1 Selecting an e-Mail Address from the e-Mail Address Book ........... 184 4.4.2 Adding a Contact to the e-Mail Address Book....187 4.4.3 Editing a Contact in the e-Mail Address Book ....189 4.4.4 Deleting a Contact from the e-Mail Address Book.....
  • Page 7 4.10 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer ..255 4.10.1 Viewing a Scanned Page ..........255 4.10.2 Rotating a Scanned Page..........256 4.10.3 Adding a Scanned Page............ 257 4.10.4 Deleting a Scanned Page..........258 4.11 Checking the User Log ..........259 4.12 Maintenance ..............
  • Page 8 6.3.4 Problems when Connecting to the Scanner using the Network Scanner Admin Tool........304 Other Troubleshooting ..........305 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer ........308 6.5.1 General Details..............308 6.5.2 Error Status ............... 309 Checking the Scanner Labels ........311 Pre-Maintenance Preparations ........
  • Page 9 Appendix B Scanner Specifications ........323 Device Specifications ..........324 Scanner Specifications ..........325 Appendix C Operation Messages ........327 Administrator Messages ..........328 C.1.1 Administrator Screen Messages........329 C.1.2 System Log Messages ............348 C.1.3 Alert Monitor System Log Messages......... 350 Regular User Messages ..........
  • Page 11: Copyright

    Copyright NetAdvantage 2005 Copyright© 2002-2006 Infragistics, Inc. LEADTOOLS for .NET Copyright© 2005 LEAD Technologies, Inc. WinPcap3.1 Copyright© 1999 - 2005 NetGroup, Politecnico di Torino (Italy). Copyright© 2005 - 2006 CACE Technologies, Davis (California). All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1.
  • Page 12 Portions Copyright© 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1.
  • Page 13 Portions Copyright© 1995, 1996, 1997 Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden). All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
  • Page 14 INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
  • Page 15 Portions Copyright© 1996 Juniper Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that: (1) source code distributions retain the above copyright notice and this paragraph in its entirety, (2) distributions including binary code include the above copyright notice and this paragraph in its entirety in the documentation or other materials provided with the distribution.
  • Page 16 WinDump3.9.5 Copyright© 1999 - 2005 NetGroup, Politecnico di Torino (Italy). Copyright© 2005 - 2006 CACE Technologies, Davis (California). All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1.
  • Page 17: Introduction

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Network Scanner fi-6000NS. This easy-to-use image scanner is designed to be connected to a computer network system and is primarily for office use. • Copying of the contents of this manual in whole or in part and copying of the scanner application is forbidden under the copyright law.
  • Page 18: Canadian Doc Regulations

    Canadian DOC Regulations This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limit for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications. This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Le présent appareil numérique n'émet pas de parasites radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de la classe B et prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique dictées par le Ministère des Communications du Canada.
  • Page 19: Trademarks

    LCD Peculiarities • The LCD backlight is a fluorescent tube that contains some mercury. • Be aware that neither of the following is considered a fault. • Despite the fact that the latest advanced technology has been used to produce the scanner’s TFT color LCD's, the large number of pixels involved means that an occasional (always-on) bright dot or (always-off) dark dot may be visible.
  • Page 20 How Trademarks are Indicated in This Manual References to operating systems (OS) and applications are indicated as follows: ® Windows® operating system Microsoft Windows Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional operating system Windows® XP Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition operating system Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Basic operating system ™...
  • Page 21: Notice Of Liability

    ■Notice of Liability BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT, PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY. IF THIS PRODUCT IS NOT USED CORRECTLY, UNEXPECTED INJURY CAN OCCUR TO USERS OR BYSTANDERS. Keep this manual in a safe place so that it can be easily referred to during use of this product. While all efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of all information in this manual, PFU assumes no liability to any party for any damage caused by errors or omissions or by statements of any kind in this manual, its updates or supplements, whether such errors are omissions or statements...
  • Page 22: Symbols Used In This Manual

    Symbols Used in This Manual This manual uses the following symbols in the explanations in addition to the warning indications. This symbol alerts operators to particularly important information. Be ATTENTION sure to read this information. This symbol alerts operators to helpful advice regarding operation. HINT A TRIANGLE symbol indicates that special care and attention is required.
  • Page 23: Warning Label

    Do NOT remove from the scanner, stain or scratch the warning labels. ATTENTION About Maintenance The user must not perform repairs on this scanner. Contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider for repairs to this product. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide xxiii...
  • Page 24: Safety Precautions

    ■Safety Precautions This manual describes important details for ensuring the safe and correct use of this product. Thoroughly read this manual before you start to use this product. In particular, be sure to read and fully understand the Safety Precautions described in this manual before you use this product. Also, store this manual in a safe place so that it can be easily referred to during use of this product.
  • Page 25 Turn the scanner OFF if it is damaged. If the scanner is damaged for any reason, turn the scanner off and unplug the power cable. Contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. Do not use the scanner if there is a strange odor.
  • Page 26 AUTION Do not install the scanner on unstable surfaces. Make sure that the scanner is installed on a flat, level surface and that none of its parts extend beyond the surface top, such as a desk or table. Do not install the scanner on unstable surfaces.
  • Page 27 Protect the scanner from static electricity. Install the scanner away from strong magnetic fields and other sources of electronic noise. Also, protect the scanner against any static electricity, which can cause the scanner to malfunction. Do not use aerosol sprays near the scanner. Do not use aerosol sprays to clean the scanner.
  • Page 28 xxviii...
  • Page 29: Scanner Overview

    Chapter 1 Scanner Overview 1.1 Scanner Features....................2 1.2 Part Names and Functions..................3 1.3 User Types and Operations ................... 6 1.4 Scanner Quick User Guide..................9 1.5 Scanner Requirements..................17 Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 30: Scanner Features

    Scanner Features This easy-to-operate network scanner is used to scan documents for further use: • Scanned document files can be sent as an e-mail attachment. • Scanned document files can be sent by fax. • Scanned document files can be printed on a network printer. •...
  • Page 31: Part Names And Functions

    1.2 Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions 1.2.1 External Parts • Front view 6. ADF paper chute 7. Side guides 8. Top cover 1. Startup button 2. Scan button 3. LCD touch panel 4. Keyboard 5. Output tray •...
  • Page 32 Part name Function Startup button Turns on scanner or brings up the "Login" screen from standby mode. For details, refer to "2.1.1 Using the Startup Button" (page 22). Scan button Starts the scan process. For details, refer to "2.1.2 Using the Scan Button" (page 23).
  • Page 33: Internal Parts

    1.2 Part Names and Functions 1.2.2 Internal Parts Separate shaft and roller . Pad assembly 2. Pick roller 3. Sheet guide 5. ADF 4. Glass scanner windows Part name Function Pad assembly Help to guide documents from the ADF paper chute to the glass scanner windows.
  • Page 34: User Types And Operations

    User Types and Operations The scanner functions available after login vary in the following ways for different types of user: • Administrator Can setup and manage the scanner. The administrator can operate via the scanner's touch panel or via the network by using the network scanner admin tool. •...
  • Page 35 1.3 User Types and Operations Admin Top Menu Tab Regular Used to ... See ... /Side Menu Tab User Touch Network Settings IP Address Set the IP address — page 69 DNS Server Set the DNS server — page 72 WINS Server Set the WINS server —...
  • Page 36 Admin Top Menu Tab Regular Used to ... See ... /Side Menu Tab User Touch e-Mail Send the scanned data by e- — — page 180 mail Send the scanned data by fax — — page 193 Save Save the scanned data to a page 217 —...
  • Page 37: Scanner Quick User Guide

    1.4 Scanner Quick User Guide Scanner Quick User Guide These sections describe the scanner features such as e-mail, fax, print, and save data, for regular user login. 1.4.1 Sending Scanned Data as an e-Mail Attachment The administrator must setup the "Send e-Mail" function for the user to be able HINT to send scanned data as an e-mail attachment.
  • Page 38 Setting the Scan Options Adjust the scan settings as necessary. For details, refer to "4.8 Setting the Scan Options" (page 222). Enabling/Disabling the Scan Edit the scanned data as necessary. Viewer For details, refer to "4.9 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer" (page 252).
  • Page 39: Sending Scanned Data By Fax

    1.4 Scanner Quick User Guide 1.4.2 Sending Scanned Data by Fax The administrator must setup the "Send Fax" function for the user to be able to HINT send scanned data by fax. For details about the required settings, refer to "3.1 Required Scanner Function Settings"...
  • Page 40: Fax Destination

    Enabling/Disabling the Scan Edit the scanned data as necessary. Viewer For details, refer to "4.9 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer" (page 252). On the "Send Fax" For details, refer to "4.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax" (page 193). screen, enter the fax destination On the "Send Fax"...
  • Page 41: Printing Scanned Data On A Network Printer

    1.4 Scanner Quick User Guide 1.4.3 Printing Scanned Data on a Network Printer The administrator must setup the "Print" function for the user to be able to send HINT data to a network printer. For details about the required settings, refer to "3.1 Required Scanner Function Settings"...
  • Page 42 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Edit the scanned data as necessary. Viewer For details, refer to "4.9 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer" (page 252). On the "Print" For details, refer to "4.6 Printing the Scanned Data" (page 203). screen, select a printer On the "Print" For details, refer to "4.6 Printing the Scanned Data"...
  • Page 43: Saving Scanned Data In A Network Folder

    1.4 Scanner Quick User Guide 1.4.4 Saving Scanned Data in a Network Folder The administrator must setup the "Save" function for the user to be able to save HINT data in a network folder. For details about the required settings, refer to "3.1 Required Scanner Function Settings"...
  • Page 44 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Edit the scanned data as necessary. Viewer For details, refer to "4.9 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer" (page 252). On the "Save As" For details, refer to "4.7 Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder" (page 217). screen, select a folder On the "Save as"...
  • Page 45: Scanner Requirements

    1.5 Scanner Requirements Scanner Requirements 1.5.1 Administrator Requirements for Login via the Network Interface For scanner administration carried out via the network interface, the following requirements apply: ■ Software (English versions) • Windows® XP SP2 or later (includes installation of Microsoft® .Net Framework 2.0 (*1)), or Windows Vista™...
  • Page 46: Server Requirement

    1.5.2 Server Requirement For servers, the following requirements apply. Server Operating system Software product LDAP Server Windows® 2000 Server (*1) Active Directory Windows Server® 2003 (*2) Active Directory SMTP Server Windows® 2000 Server (*1) SMTP Windows Server® 2003 (*2) SMTP File Server Windows®...
  • Page 47: Smtp Server

    1.5 Scanner Requirements ■ SMTP Server SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is a protocol for sending e-mail. The SMTP server can be used to perform the following: • Sending the scanned data as an e-mail • Sending the scanned data by fax ■...
  • Page 48: Fax Server

    ■ Fax Server The fax server is used for sending faxes. This scanner supports the following fax servers: • Captaris® RightFax Business Server (Version 9.3) This fax server can be used to send the scanned data by fax.
  • Page 49: Basic Scanner Operations

    Chapter 2 Basic Scanner Operations 2.1 Using the Scanner Buttons.................. 22 2.2 Using the LCD Touch Panel................. 24 2.3 Using the Keyboard ....................25 Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 50: Using The Scanner Buttons

    Using the Scanner Buttons 2.1.1 Using the Startup Button When the scanner is off or in standby mode, pressing the startup button will start the scanner up and display the "Login" screen. Operating LED Lit Shutdown Login Screen LED Dark Login Press Button Operation Screens...
  • Page 51: Using The Scan Button

    2.1 Using the Scanner Buttons 2.1.2 Using the Scan Button When the [Scan] button on the touch panel is pressed, it will start the scan. This button has the following names. • [Scan] button • [Scan&Send] button • [Scan&Print] button •...
  • Page 52: Using The Lcd Touch Panel

    Using the LCD Touch Panel When using the LCD touch panel, buttons only need to be lightly pressed to select them. For details how to operate the touch panel, refer to "3.2 Administrator Control Screens" (page 29) "4.2 Using Touch Panel Screens: Regular User" (page 173).
  • Page 53: Using The Keyboard

    2.3 Using the Keyboard Using the Keyboard Selecting buttons or entering text can also be done on the keyboard. The keyboard can be used in the following ways: 2.3.1 Using the Keyboard: Administrator Used to ... Switch focus to the next field or button. Space Select the button in focus.
  • Page 54: Using The Keyboard: Regular Users

    2.3.2 Using the Keyboard: Regular Users Used to ... Switch focus to the next field or button. Space Select the button in focus. Enter Set the contents of the current screen. (Used instead of the [OK] button or [Login] button.) (On Search screens, may be used instead of the [Find] button.) Return to the previous screen.
  • Page 55: Administrator Operations

    Chapter 3 Administrator Operations This chapter provides an explanation of the administrator operations, which are used to setup and manage the scanner. Messages may appear while performing operations described in this chapter. For more details about these messages and actions to take, refer to "C.1.2 System Log Messages"...
  • Page 56: Required Scanner Function Settings

    Required Scanner Function Settings Which scanner settings are required differs according to the type of scan that is to be used. Note that [Device Status], [Operation Logs], and [Maintenance] menu settings are not required for normal use. Top Menu Left Side Menu e-Mail Print Save...
  • Page 57: Administrator Control Screens

    3.2 Administrator Control Screens Administrator Control Screens 3.2.1 Menu Tabs On the administrators' screen (touch panel or web), when one of the top menu tabs is selected, the related function tabs are displayed on the left side menu. Top Menu Left Side Menu Actual icon...
  • Page 58: Input Fields And Entering Characters

    Actual icon Shown in manual as... Used to ... [OK] button Accept any changes to the current screen settings. [Cancel] button Abandon any input to the current screen, and keep present settings and/or return to the previous screen. 3.2.2 Input Fields and Entering Characters Only passwords for the following fields are case sensitive.
  • Page 59: Administrator Login: Via The Scanner's Touch Panel

    • If the normal screen display does not appear, wait for a few minutes and ATTENTION try again. If the problem still occurs, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. • If changes are made to settings, such as IP address settings, when buffer jobs are already queued, these jobs may not be processed normally.
  • Page 60 2. Enter a "User Name" and "Password". Enter "admin" for the user name. Passwords must be between 7 and 127 characters long. Alphanumeric characters (case sensitive) and symbols may be entered. • The "Caps Lock" indicator is on if the keyboard's Caps Lock is set. HINT •...
  • Page 61 3.3 Administrator Login: via the Scanner's Touch Panel 3. Press the [Login] button. ⇒ If the user name and password are valid, the "System Settings" screen appears. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 62: Administrator Login: Via The Network Interface

    Administrator Login: via the Network Interface The network scanner admin tool can be set up to manage the scanner via a personal computer. For details about setting up to manage the scanner via a personal com- HINT puter, refer to "1.5.1 Administrator Requirements for Login via the Network Interface"...
  • Page 63 3.4 Administrator Login: via the Network Interface 4. In the "Temporary Internet files folder" section, specify "Amount of disk space to use" as 63MB or above. 5. Press the [OK] button. • Different browser versions may require a different set up procedure. ATTENTION •...
  • Page 64: Installing The Network Scanner Admin Tool

    ■ Installing the Network Scanner Admin Tool To configure the scanner settings via the network interface, the network scanner admin tool must first be installed on PC. If this tool has already been installed, skip to section "3.4.2 Logging In" ATTENTION (page 41) for details about network scanner admin tool operations.
  • Page 65 3.4 Administrator Login: via the Network Interface 3. Press the [Login] button. ⇒ The "Download" screen appears. 4. Press the [Download] button. ⇒ The "File Download" dialog box appears. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 66 5. Press the [Run] button. ⇒ The fi Network Scanner Admin Tool Setup Wizard appears. If .NET Framework 2.0 has not been installed, the following message HINT appears. Pressing [Yes] accesses the Microsoft homepage. Download and install the ".NET Framework version 2.0 Redistributable Package". After installing the package, try again from Step 1.
  • Page 67 3.4 Administrator Login: via the Network Interface 7. Specify an installation folder for the network scanner admin tool. To select a different folder, press the [Browse] button. To check the free space available for the currently selected folder, press the [Disk Cost] button. Installation will fail if the length of any installation path (folder path plus installation file name) exceeds 259 characters.
  • Page 68 8. Select the target user(s), and press the [Next] button. ⇒ Follow the prompts of the install wizard windows until a "fi Network Scanner Admin Tool has been successfully installed" message indicates that the installation has com- pleted. Press the [Close] button. ⇒...
  • Page 69: Logging In

    • If the normal screen display does not appear, wait for a few minutes and ATTENTION try again. If the problem still occurs, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. • If changes are made to settings, such as IP address settings, when buffer jobs are already queued, these jobs may not be processed normally.
  • Page 70 • The user name and initial password for the administrator are as follows: HINT User Name: admin Password: password • Only one administrator or user can login to the scanner at any one time. • Timeout time is 20 minutes (fixed). The timeout time is extended by a fur- ther 20 minutes for the following: •...
  • Page 71 3.4 Administrator Login: via the Network Interface 4. Enter a "User Name" and "Password". Enter "admin" for the user name. Passwords must be between 7 and 127 characters long. Alphanumeric characters (case sensitive) and symbols may be entered. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 72 5. Press the [Login] button. ⇒ If the user name and password are valid, the "System Settings" screen appears.
  • Page 73: Using The System Settings Menus

    3.5 Using the System Settings Menus Using the System Settings Menus 3.5.1 Calibrating the Touch Panel This should be done when the touch panel responses seem out of alignment with the positions of objects on the LCD screen. 1. Select the [System Settings] tab on the top menu. 2.
  • Page 74 4. Touch the "+" with your fingertip. After being touched, the "+" will move to the next calibration posi- tion. Each time it stops, touch it again. The keyboard may also be used on the calibration screen: • HINT Press the [Home] key to jump straight to the post-calibration test screen.
  • Page 75 3.5 Using the System Settings Menus 5. Trace a line on the screen with your fingertip. ⇒ A corresponding line will appear on-screen. If the line does not appear correctly, press the [Calib screen] button to return to Step 4. If the screen becomes cluttered, press the [CLR screen] button to remove all the lines.
  • Page 76: Setting The Scanner Name

    3.5.2 Setting the Scanner Name A scanner name may be set to provide a network alias for the device. Do not use a name already being used in the network. ATTENTION Name duplication will cause a network connection error. For more details about how to deal with such errors, refer to "C.1.1 Administrator Screen Messages"...
  • Page 77 3.5 Using the System Settings Menus 3. Enter a Scanner Name. Scanner names may be up to 15 characters long. Alphanumeric characters (case sensitive) and hyphens may be entered. Initial character may not be a hyphen. Do not use a name that is already being used in the network. ATTENTION 4.
  • Page 78 5. Press the [Now] button. ⇒ The system is restarted.
  • Page 79 3.5 Using the System Settings Menus If the [Later] button is pressed on the restart confirmation screen, the cur- HINT rent scanner name and the next scanner name (after restart) are displayed on the Scanner Name screen.The next scanner name can be changed again by entering a new scanner name in the current scanner name field and pressing the [OK] button.
  • Page 80 • If the new scanner name is the same as another device name already in HINT use on the network, communication problems will occur. In this case, try the following steps: 1. Disconnect the LAN cable and turn the scanner off. 2.
  • Page 81: Setting The Region/Timezone

    3.5 Using the System Settings Menus 3.5.3 Setting the Region/Timezone 1. Select the [System Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Select the [Region/Timezone] tab on the left side menu. ⇒ The "Region/Timezone" screen appears. 3. Press the [List] button for the "Timezone" input field. The default timezone is "(GMT+09:00) Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo".
  • Page 82 5. Select whether "Daylight Savings Time" should be on or off. This option is not shown for timezones where daylight savings time is not used. 6. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ The Region/Timezone is set.
  • Page 83: Setting The Date/Time

    3.5 Using the System Settings Menus 3.5.4 Setting the Date/Time 1. Select the [System Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Select the [Date/Time] tab on the left side menu. ⇒ The "Date/Time" screen appears, with a system date/time near to the current date/time shown.
  • Page 84 4. Select a date format. This date format is applied to the date/time when it is used to name scan data files and the date shown on screens. 5. Enter the current date and time in the "Date/Time" input field. The date and time shown are those current for when the "Date/Time"...
  • Page 85: Setting The Time To Standby Mode

    3.5 Using the System Settings Menus 3.5.5 Setting the Time to Standby Mode The scanner can be set to automatically log out and then enter a standby state after specified peri- ods of non-use. For any screen after regular user login, if no operations have been performed for the specified "Logout after"...
  • Page 86 3. Select the [Standby Mode] tab on the left side menu. ⇒ The "Standby Mode" screen appears. 4. Press the [List] button for the "Logout after" input field. ⇒ A list of "Logout after" times appears.
  • Page 87 3.5 Using the System Settings Menus 5. Select the desired time before automatic log out. The default time is "5min". 6. Press the [List] button for the "Standby after" input field. ⇒ A list of "Standby after" times appears. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 88 7. Select the desired time before standby mode. The default time is "15min". The "Standby after" time must be longer than the "Logout after" time. ATTENTION 8. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ The scanner is set to first standby and then automatically log out after the specified times.
  • Page 89: Changing The Admin Password

    3.5 Using the System Settings Menus 3.5.6 Changing the Admin Password Login is not possible without a password, therefore manage them carefully. If a password has been lost or forgotten, contact your FUJITSU scanner ATTENTION dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
  • Page 90: Setting The Multifeed Detection Method

    5. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ The new admin password is set. 3.5.7 Setting the Multifeed Detection Method By default, multifeed detection will monitor for paper overlaps in the central column (width: 35mm) of the document being scanned. However, any photos or attachments in this area will also be detected as a multifeed.
  • Page 91 3.5 Using the System Settings Menus 4. Set the area for multifeed detection in the "Multifeed Detection" section. Starting from the top edge of a document sheet, set the area to be checked for multifeeds. Full Multifeeds will be detected within 35mm (1.4in) of the vertical center- line of the document.
  • Page 92 Multifeed may not be detected for the top and bottom 25mm of a doc- ument. ATTENTION...
  • Page 93 3.5 Using the System Settings Menus 5. In Step 4, if [Middle] or [Top & Bottom] is selected, enter both "#1" (upper limit) and "#2" (lower limit). #1: Even numbers from 0 to 508mm can be entered. Odd numbers will be made even by adding one.
  • Page 94: Setting Scanning Performance

    3.5.8 Setting Scanning Performance Usually, it is not necessary to make any setting changes. 1. Select the [System Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Press the [Down] button on the left side menu. ⇒ Scroll the left side menu down until the [Scanner Adjustment] tab appears. 3.
  • Page 95: Offset Settings

    3.5 Using the System Settings Menus ■ Offset Settings If the scanned output is found to be displaced relative to the actual documents being scanned, the scan offsets can be adjusted. 1. On the "Scanner Adjustment" screen, under [Front Side Offsets]/[Reverse Side Off- sets], enter values for the "Horizontal Offset"...
  • Page 96: Length Magnification Setting

    ■ Length Magnification Setting If the scanned output is found to be vertically distorted (stretched or squashed) relative to the actual documents being scanned, the length magnification can be adjusted. 1. On the "Scanner Adjustment" screen, enter the value for the "Length Magnification" input field.
  • Page 97: Using The Network Settings Menus

    3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus Using the Network Settings Menus 3.6.1 Giving the Scanner an IP Address An IP address must be set in order to connect the scanner to a network. Do not use an IP address that already exists in the network. IP address duplication will cause a network connection error.
  • Page 98 3. Select whether or not a DHCP is required. Set the scanner's IP address. This may be done automatically, by pressing the DHCP [On] button. By default, this is set as [On]. The IP address may also be set manually, by pressing the DHCP [Off] button and entering the following numerical addresses: •...
  • Page 99 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus • If the IP address is the same as one already in use, network communica- HINT tion problems will occur. In this case, try the following steps: 1. Disconnect the LAN cable and turn the scanner off. 2.
  • Page 100: Setting The Dns Server

    3.6.2 Setting the DNS Server A primary DNS and secondary DNS can be set. 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Select the [DNS Server] tab on the left side menu. ⇒ The "DNS Server" screen appears. 3.
  • Page 101: Setting The Wins Server

    3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 3.6.3 Setting the WINS Server A primary WINS and secondary WINS can be set. 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Select the [WINS Server] tab on the left side menu. ⇒...
  • Page 102: Setting The Ntp Server

    3.6.4 Setting the NTP Server 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Select the [NTP Server] tab on the left side menu. ⇒ The "NTP Server" screen appears.
  • Page 103 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 3. For the NTP server, select whether to set a server name or IP address. Both the [Server Name] and [IP Address] buttons cannot be selected at the same time. 4. Enter the NTP server name or IP address (selected in Step 3). •...
  • Page 104: Setting The Ldap Server

    3.6.5 Setting the LDAP Server If a LDAP server is set, user authentication will be checked. 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Press the [Down] button on the left side menu. ⇒ Scroll the left side menu down until the [LDAP Server] tab appears. 3.
  • Page 105 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 5. For the LDAP server, select whether to set a server name or IP address. Both the [Server Name] and [IP Address] buttons cannot be selected at the same time. 6. Enter the LDAP server name or IP address (selected in Step 5). •...
  • Page 106 7. In the "Search Base (DN)" input field, enter the distinguished name of the LDAP search base. The character string entered here will be the root under which LDAP entries will be searched for. This may be up to 255 characters long. The following examples are of LDAP search bases (for domain name example.com).
  • Page 107 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus Example 1: When searching for (administrator, user A, user B) CN=Users,DC=example,DC=com For LDAP server, Active Directory configuration is as follows. Example 2: When searching for (user C, user D, user E) OU=department,DC=example,DC=com For LDAP server, Active Directory configuration is as follows. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 108 Example 3: When searching for (user C, user D), OU=section A,OU=department,DC=example,DC=com For LDAP server, Active Directory configuration is as follows. Example 4: When searching for all users DC=example,DC=com 8. Press the [List] button for the "Maximum Results" input field. ⇒ A list of "number of maximum results"...
  • Page 109 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 9. Select the maximum number of results for LDAP List searches. The default maximum is "1000". ⇒ The selected "Maximum Results" value is displayed. 10. Press the [List] button for the "Search Timeout" input field. ⇒...
  • Page 110 11. Select the LDAP List search timeout delay. The default time is "60sec". ⇒ The selected "Search Timeout" value is displayed. 12. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ The LDAP server is set.
  • Page 111: Setting The E-Mail Server (Smtp Server)

    3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 3.6.6 Setting the e-Mail Server (SMTP Server) 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Press the [Down] button on the left side menu. ⇒ Scroll the left side menu down until the [SMTP Server] tab appears. 3.
  • Page 112 4. For the SMTP server, select whether to set a server name or IP address. Both the [Server Name] and [IP Address] buttons cannot be selected at the same time. 5. Enter the SMTP server or IP address (selected in Step 4). •...
  • Page 113: Setting The Fax Server

    3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 3.6.7 Setting the Fax Server 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Press the [Down] button on the left side menu. ⇒ Scroll the left side menu down until the [Fax Server] tab appears. 3.
  • Page 114 4. Enter a monitored fax server (Right Fax) e-mail address in the "Fax Server e-Mail Address" field. This may be up to 255 characters long. One of the following e-mail address formats must be used: • XXXXXXX@IP_address • XXXXXXX@Host_name • XXXXXXX@Domain_name XXXXXXX Comprised of alphanumerics, hyphens (-), periods (.) and under-...
  • Page 115: Setting The Network Printers

    3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 3.6.8 Setting the Network Printers Set a printer connected to the network. • Be sure to read the printer manual beforehand for information about ATTENTION setting a printer, adding a network printer, and other cautions. •...
  • Page 116 4. Check that the "Processor" is "x86" (or intel), and that "Installed" is "Yes" for version Windows XP. When the "Installed" status is "Yes", the driver has been installed and the printer can be used as a network printer. Press the [Cancel] button. When the "Installed"...
  • Page 117: Setting The Printer Properties

    3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus ■ Setting the Printer Properties Use the following procedures to set a printer. 1. From the [Start] menu on the print server, select [Control Panel] - [Printers and Faxes]. ⇒ The "Printers and Faxes" window appears. 2.
  • Page 118 It is recommended that the same one printer is added to the print server multiple HINT times for each set of properties settings, according to usage. For example, "for color printing" and "for black & white printing". For color printing, the procedure for adding a printer is as follows. 1.
  • Page 119 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus It is recommended to name the printer with an alias that indicates the contents of the properties settings as follows. ⇒ Follow the prompts on the wizard window. The "Completing the Add Printer Wizard" message indicates that the printer addition has completed.
  • Page 120 ■ Registering a Network Printer Up to 100 network printers can be registered. If a printer connected to different print servers is to be registered as a network ATTENTION printer multiple times, the software level of the driver should be the same on each print server.
  • Page 121 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 4. Press the [Add] button. ⇒ The screen for adding a network printer is displayed. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 122 5. Select a domain ⇒ If login is required, an "Authentication" screen appears. If login is not required, the network tree expands and computer names are displayed under the selected domain. 1. Enter a User Name. This may be up to 256 characters long. 2.
  • Page 123 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 6. Select a computer ⇒ If login is required, an "Authentication" screen appears. If login is not required, the network tree expands and computer names are displayed under the selected domain. 1. Enter a User Name. This may be up to 256 characters long.
  • Page 124 ⇒ The screen returns to the "Network Printers" screen, and the registered network printer is added to the network printer list. • Once the network printer is registered, do not change the shared name or ATTENTION printer alias on the print server. •...
  • Page 125 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 4. For "Primary DNS suffix of this computer", specify the DNS suffix to be appended to the name of this computer when completing its FQDN. Example: example.com 5. After these changes are applied, restart the computer. When pressing the [Add] button without entering a "Printer Alias", the printer alias will be the same as the network printer.
  • Page 126: Renaming A Network Printer

    ■ Renaming a Network Printer 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Press the [Down] button on the left side menu. ⇒Scroll the left side menu down until the [Network Printer] tab appears. Select the [Network Printer] tab on the left side menu. ⇒...
  • Page 127 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 5. Press the [Rename] button. ⇒ The screen for renaming a network printer is displayed. 6. Enter a new printer alias. This may be up to 80 characters long. The folder alias may not contain backslashes (\). Trailing spaces are truncated, so a spaces-only alias is not allowed.
  • Page 128 7. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ The network printer is renamed.
  • Page 129 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus ■ Removing a Network Printer 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Press the [Down] button on the left side menu. ⇒ Scroll the left side menu down until the [Network Printer] tab appears. 3.
  • Page 130 5. Press the [Remove] button. ⇒ The screen for removing a network printer is displayed. 6. Confirm the details of the network printer that is to be removed are correct, and press the [Yes] button. ⇒ The selected network printer is removed from the network printers list. If removing a network printer is attempted while the network is not connected, the "Deleting"...
  • Page 131: Viewing The Printer Details

    3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus ■ Viewing the Printer Details 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Press the [Down] button on the left side menu. ⇒ Scroll the left side menu down until the [Network Printer] tab appears. 3.
  • Page 132 5. Press the [Details] button. ⇒ The information for the selected network printer is displayed.
  • Page 133: Removing The Margin

    3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus ■ Removing the Margin The edge of the scanned data is printed as a black frame. This setting is for removing the edge of the scanned data. This setting applies to all printers. 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2.
  • Page 134 5. Set the width to be removed from the edges of the scanned data. The default is "2" mm. The width must be set between 0 mm and 5 mm. If margin removal is not required, enter "0" Edge of Scanned Data Margin Removal Frame of Scanned Data Print Sheet...
  • Page 135: Setting The Network Folders (File Servers)

    3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 3.6.9 Setting the Network Folders (File Servers) ■ Registering a Network Folder Up to 100 network folders can be registered. Note the following when registering a network folder. • ATTENTION The network folder is registered as a network path. If the network folder is on a Windows file server and the length of the full Windows path including the file name exceeds 259 characters, the scan data will not be saved.
  • Page 136 3. Select the [Network Folder] tab on the left side menu. ⇒ The "Network Folder" screen appears. 4. Press the [Add] button. ⇒ The screen for adding a network folder is displayed.
  • Page 137 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 5. Select a domain ⇒ If login is required, an "Authentication" screen appears. If login is not required, the network tree expands and computer names are displayed under the selected domain. 1. Enter a User Name. This may be up to 256 characters long.
  • Page 138 6. Select a computer ⇒ If login is required, an "Authentication" screen appears. If login is not required, the network tree expands and computer names are displayed under the selected domain. 1. Enter a User Name. This may be up to 256 characters long. 2.
  • Page 139 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus • The default network folder alias will be the same as the alias selected HINT from the network tree. For details on changing the folder alias, refer to "Renaming a Network Folder" (page 112). •...
  • Page 140: Renaming A Network Folder

    ■ Renaming a Network Folder 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Press the [Down] button on the left side menu. ⇒ Scroll the left side menu down until the [Network Folder] tab appears. 3. Select the [Network Folder] tab on the left side menu. ⇒...
  • Page 141 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 5. Press the [Rename] button. ⇒ The screen for renaming a network folder is displayed. 6. Enter a folder alias. This may be up to 80 characters long. The folder alias may not contain backslashes (\). Trailing spaces are truncated, so a spaces-only alias is not allowed.
  • Page 142 7. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ The network folder is renamed.
  • Page 143 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus ■ Removing a Network Folder 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Press the [Down] button on the left side menu. ⇒ Scroll the left side menu down until the [Network Folder] tab appears. 3.
  • Page 144 5. Press the [Remove] button. ⇒ The screen for removing a network folder is displayed. 6. Confirm the details of the network folder that is to be removed are correct, and press the [Yes] button. ⇒ The selected network folder is removed from the network folders list.
  • Page 145: Viewing The Network Folder Details

    3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus ■ Viewing the Network Folder Details 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Press the [Down] button on the left side menu. ⇒ Scroll the left side menu down until the [Network Folder] tab appears. 3.
  • Page 146 5. Press the [Details] button. ⇒ The information for the selected network folder is displayed.
  • Page 147: Setting The Destination For Alert Notifications

    3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 3.6.10 Setting the Destination for Alert Notifications An e-mail address can be specified to which an alert notification will be sent whenever a scanner alert situation occurs. It is necessary to set a SMTP server before alert notifications can be sent. For more details about how to set an SMTP server, refer to "3.6.6 Setting the e-Mail Server (SMTP Server)"...
  • Page 148 4. Enter an e-mail address to which the alert notification will be sent. This may be up to 255 characters long. One of the following e-mail address formats must be used: • XXXXXXX@IP_address • XXXXXXX@Host_name • XXXXXXX@Domain_name XXXXXXX Comprised of alphanumerics, hyphens (-), periods (.) and under- scores (_).
  • Page 149: Checking The Network Connection With A Ping Test

    3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus 3.6.11 Checking the Network Connection with a Ping Test The network connection can be checked using a ping test. 1. Select the [Network Settings] tab on the top menu. 2. Press the [Down] button on the left side menu. ⇒...
  • Page 150 4. For the target server, select whether to set a server name or IP address. Both the [Server Name] and [IP Address] buttons cannot be selected at the same time. 5. Enter the target server name or IP addresses (selected in Step 4). •...
  • Page 151 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus Ping 6. Press the [ ] button. ⇒ A ping test is performed and the results are displayed. For more details about the result, refer to"Checking basic network operation with a Ping test" (page 290).
  • Page 152: Checking The Network Operating Status

    3.6.12 Checking the Network Operating Status The operating status of the network can be checked. The following information is shown. If the information is not shown, refer to "6.3 Network Con- nection Troubleshooting" (page 290) and check the settings. The following information is shown. •...
  • Page 153 3.6 Using the Network Settings Menus • If connection to LDAP server is not possible, try the following steps: HINT 1. Disconnect the LAN cable and turn the scanner off. 2. Reboot the scanner with the LAN cable disconnected, and enter a nonduplicate IP address.
  • Page 154: Using The Device Status Menus

    Using the Device Status Menus 3.7.1 Viewing the System Status 1. Select the [Device Status] tab on the top menu. 2. Select the [System Status] tab on the left side menu. ⇒ The system status information is displayed. The following system status information is available. Info Details System Version...
  • Page 155: Viewing The Usage Status

    3.7 Using the Device Status Menus 3.7.2 Viewing the Usage Status Information about the number of documents that have been scanned and the status of the scanner's consumable parts (pad assembly or pick roller) can be viewed. For details on consumable replacement, refer to "5.5 Replacing Parts"...
  • Page 156 The "Status" fields show the total number or pages scanned and the current conditions of the pad assembly or pick roller. "Total Throughput" is shown in units of 10 sheets scanned. "Pad Assembly" and "Pick Roller" are shown in units of 500 sheets scanned. Consumables Color Status...
  • Page 157: Resetting The Usage Counter

    3.7 Using the Device Status Menus ■ Resetting the Usage Counter After part replacement, the usage counter can be reset to return the part status to normal. For more details about replacing consumable parts, refer to "5.5 Replacing Parts" (page 273).
  • Page 158 4. Press the [Yes] button. ⇒ The counter value is reset to "0", and the "Status" field turns green again.
  • Page 159: Using The Operation Logs Menus

    3.8 Using the Operation Logs Menus Using the Operation Logs Menus 3.8.1 Managing User Logs The most recent 1,000 user log entries are saved by the scanner. • User logs may contain private information such as e-mail addresses or fax ATTENTION numbers, so care should be taken when managing such data.
  • Page 160 3. Select the log you wish to view. ⇒ The details of the selected log are displayed. Pressing the [OK] button returns to the "User Log" screen. On the "User Log" screen, pressing the [Refresh] button updates the infor- HINT mation shown.
  • Page 161 3.8 Using the Operation Logs Menus The following information is shown. Info Info options Description Date MM/dd/yyyy Shows the date of each operation (format specified on dd/MM/yyyy the Date/Time screen is used). yyyy/MM/dd For more details, refer to "3.5.4 Setting the Date/Time" (page 55).
  • Page 162: Downloading The User Logs In Csv Format

    ■ Downloading the User Logs in CSV Format Operation logs for regular users are stored in the scanner with the default file name "Opera- tion.csv". When downloaded to a computer, the file will contain CSV format data. The file is saved in the fol- lowing form: "Date","Time","User","Result","Code","Operation","Pages","Description"...
  • Page 163 3.8 Using the Operation Logs Menus 4. Press the [Save] button. The size of the user log file is displayed in the "File Download" screen. HINT Make sure there is enough free space on the disk where it is to be saved and press the [Save] button.
  • Page 164: Clearing The User Logs

    ■ Clearing the User Logs 1. Select the [Operation Logs] tab on the top menu. 2. Select the [User Log] tab on the left side menu. ⇒ The "User Log" screen appears. 3. Press the [Clear All] button. ⇒ The "clear all" confirmation screen appears. 4.
  • Page 165: Managing The System Log

    3.8 Using the Operation Logs Menus 3.8.2 Managing the System Log Up to 1,000 system information logs (such as for startup, shutdown, and system errors) are saved in the scanner. • System log may contain private information such as e-mail addresses or ATTENTION fax numbers, so care should be taken when managing such data.
  • Page 166 3. Select the log you wish to view. ⇒ The details of the selected log are displayed. ⇒ Pressing the [OK] button returns to the "System Log" screen. On the "System Log" screen, pressing the [Refresh] button updates the HINT information shown.
  • Page 167: Downloading The System Log In Csv Format

    3.8 Using the Operation Logs Menus ■ Downloading the System Log in CSV Format The default file name is "SystemLog.csv". When downloaded to a computer, the file will contain CSV format data. The file is saved in the fol- lowing form: "Date","Time","Type","Message"...
  • Page 168 4. Press the [Save] button. The size of the user log file is displayed in the "File Download" screen. HINT Make sure there is enough free space on the disk where it is to be saved and press the [Save] button. If there is not enough free disk space, an incomplete file may be saved.
  • Page 169: Clearing The System Log

    3.8 Using the Operation Logs Menus ■ Clearing the System Log 1. Select the [Operation Logs] tab on the top menu. 2. Select the [System Log] tab on the left side menu. ⇒ The "System Log" screen appears. 3. Press the [Clear All] button. ⇒...
  • Page 170: Using The Maintenance Menus

    Using the Maintenance Menus 3.9.1 Maintaining the User Data Store The scanner's user data store can be backed-up, restored, and deleted. The user data store contains the following information: • Fax Number List (one per scanner) • "My List" e-Mail Address Books (one per user) •...
  • Page 171 3.9 Using the Maintenance Menus 5. The user data store (containing users A001 to A100) backed up in Step 2 is restored. ⇒ Users A001 to A100 are to be restored, of whom 50 are already in the current user data store (users A001 to A050) and so will be overwrite targets.
  • Page 172: Backing Up The User Data Store

    ■ Backing up the User Data Store As a precaution, the user data store should be backed up regularly. The default file name is "restored_data". User logs cannot be backed up. HINT 1. Select the [Maintenance] tab on the top menu. 2.
  • Page 173 3.9 Using the Maintenance Menus 4. Press the [Save] button. The size of the user log file is displayed in the "File Download" screen. HINT Make sure there is enough free space on the disk where it is to be saved and press the [Save] button.
  • Page 174 6. Press the [Save] button. ⇒ A backup copy of the user data store is saved. Do not change the contents of data store backup files. If changed, the file may no longer be used as a backup. Trying to restore ATTENTION from a changed user data store backup file may render the scanner inoper- able.
  • Page 175: Restoring The User Data Store

    3.9 Using the Maintenance Menus ■ Restoring the User Data Store The scanner's user data store can be restored from a backed-up user data store file. • Restoring user data overwrites all user information stored at the time of ATTENTION restoration, and returns all e-mail address books, fax number list, and scan settings to the time the backup was taken.
  • Page 176 3. Select a user data store backup file. Press the [Browse] button to select a file. 4. Press the [Restore] button. ⇒ An "OK to overwrite?" confirmation message appears. 5. Press the [Yes] button. ⇒ After the user data store is restored, a restore completion message appears.
  • Page 177 3.9 Using the Maintenance Menus 6. Press the [OK] button. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 178: Clearing The User Data Store

    ■ Clearing the User Data Store The scanner's user data store can be deleted. The user data store contains the following information: • Fax Number List (one per scanner) • "My List" e-Mail Address Books (one per user) • Scan Settings (for each user) •...
  • Page 179 3.9 Using the Maintenance Menus 4. Press the [Yes] button. ⇒ The user data store is cleared. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 180: Maintaining The System Settings

    3.9.2 Maintaining the System Settings The scanner's system settings set by the administrator can be saved in CSV format, backed up, restored, or returned to their factory default values. System settings do not include the network printer settings. ATTENTION ■ Downloading the System Settings in CSV Format System settings downloaded in CSV format may be viewed by using spreadsheet software.
  • Page 181 3.9 Using the Maintenance Menus 4. Press the [Save] button. The size of the user log file is displayed in the "File Download" screen. HINT Make sure there is enough free space on the disk where it is to be saved and press the [Save] button.
  • Page 182: Backing Up System Settings

    ■ Backing up System Settings The administrator can backup the scanner system settings. Backup files can later be used to restore system settings. Backup should be performed regularly. The default file name is "SystemSettingsFile". 1. Select the [Maintenance] tab on the top menu. 2.
  • Page 183 3.9 Using the Maintenance Menus 4. Press the [Save] button. The size of the user log file is displayed in the "File Download" screen. HINT Make sure there is enough free space on the disk where it is to be saved and press the [Save] button.
  • Page 184: Restoring System Settings

    ■ Restoring System Settings The system settings backup file can be returned to the scanner to restore system settings to those at the time backup was taken. A version 01.01.01.0030 backup file cannot be used to recreate the system settings in a version 01.01.01.0025 or version 01.01.01.0026 system. ATTENTION Attempting to perform this particular system settings restoral operation will cause an error message to appear.
  • Page 185 3.9 Using the Maintenance Menus 4. Press the [Restore] button. ⇒ A confirmation message appears. 5. Press the [Yes] button. ⇒ After factory default settings have been restored, the scanner is restarted. During system settings restoration, do not press and hold down the ATTENTION startup button for longer than four seconds, as it may cause the scan- ner to function abnormally.
  • Page 186 The network interface connection will be lost when the scanner is restarted HINT to complete the restoration of the system settings. To continue with other settings, wait a short time for the device to restart, then login to the net- work interface again.
  • Page 187: Resetting Factory Defaults

    3.9 Using the Maintenance Menus ■ Resetting Factory Defaults 1. Select the [Maintenance] tab on the top menu. 2. Select the [System Settings File] tab on the left side menu. ⇒ The "System Settings File" screen appears. Press the [Reset] button. ⇒...
  • Page 188 4. Press the [Yes] button. ⇒ System settings are deleted and revert to factory defaults. ⇒ After factory default settings have been restored, the scanner is restarted During factory defaults reset, do not press and hold down the startup button for longer than four seconds, as it may cause the scanner to ATTENTION function abnormally.
  • Page 189: Updating The Scanner's System Software

    3.9 Using the Maintenance Menus 3.9.3 Updating the Scanner's System Software The scanner system can be updated as follows. 1. Select the [Maintenance] tab on the top menu. 2. Select the [System Update] tab on the left side menu. ⇒ The "System Update"...
  • Page 190 4. Press the [Upload] button. ⇒ The version of the system update contained in the selected file is displayed. 5. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ The system update process is started. After the system has updated, the scanner is restarted.
  • Page 191 3.9 Using the Maintenance Menus • Wait for the system to restart. ATTENTION • During the update, do not press and hold down the startup button for longer than four seconds, as it may cause the scanner to function abnormally. The network interface connection will be lost when the scanner is HINT restarted to complete the system update.
  • Page 192: Setting The Information Output Level

    The default level is "1". Increasing the value of the output level increases the detail of information collected, but slows down processing. Set the level requested by your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. 4. Press the [Set] button.
  • Page 193: Obtaining Technical Support

    If any problems occur when setting up or using the scanner, technical support information can be collected to help determine the cause of the problem. The information obtained should be sent to your FUJITSU scanner dealer along with the scanner when given for repair.
  • Page 194 3. Press the [Download] button. ⇒ The "File Download" dialog box appears. 4. Press the [Save] button. The size of the user log file is displayed in the "File Download" screen. HINT Make sure there is enough free space on the disk where it is to be saved and press the [Save] button.
  • Page 195 3.9 Using the Maintenance Menus 5. Name the file and specify where it should be saved. 6. Press the [Save] button. ⇒ The technical information is downloaded. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 197: Regular User Operations

    Chapter 4 Regular User Operations This scanner is used to scan documents which then can be sent by e-mail or fax, printed on a network printer, or saved to a network folder. To perform the operations described in this chapter, the scanner must first be setup by the adminis- trator.
  • Page 198: Loading Documents

    Loading Documents 1. Check the number of document sheets. For document sheet limits, refer to "A.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity" (page 318). 2. Fan the documents. 1. Lightly grip the ends of the document stack in both hands, and flex it back and forth two or three times.
  • Page 199 4.1 Loading Documents 2. Load the documents face down. If only one side is to be scanned, it should face down in the ADF paper chute. 3. Adjust the side guides to the width of the documents. Move the side guides so that they touch both sides of the documents. If there is any space between the side guides and the edges of documents, the scanned data may be skewed.
  • Page 200 • The output tray holds the document sheets after they have been HINT scanned. It can be pulled out and adjusted to the size of the document being scanned. 1. Pull out before scanning. 2. The extension flap of output tray may also be flipped up, as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 201: Using Touch Panel Screens: Regular User

    4.2 Using Touch Panel Screens: Regular User Using Touch Panel Screens: Regular User 4.2.1 Common Buttons and Indicators After the user logs in, the following buttons and indicators are shown on the touch panel screens. Icon Shown in manual as... Used to ...
  • Page 202: Main Menu Screen

    4.2.2 Main Menu Screen The actual "Main Menu" screen that appears after login may differ depending on the settings made by the Administrator. The following table describes all items available on the "Main Menu" screen. Shown in manual Icon Used to ... as...
  • Page 203 4.2 Using Touch Panel Screens: Regular User Shown in manual Icon Used to ... as... [User Log] button Access the "User Log" screen. For details, refer to "4.11 Checking the User Log" (page 259). [e-Mail] button Access the "Send e-Mail" screen. For details, refer to "4.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail"...
  • Page 204: Input Fields And Entering Characters

    4.2.3 Input Fields and Entering Characters Only passwords for the following fields are case sensitive. Screen Field name Login Password PDF Password Password Confirm Password File Server Authentication Password...
  • Page 205: Network Scanner Fi-6000Ns Operator's Guide

    4.3 Logging in: Regular User Mode Logging in: Regular User Mode LDAP (Active Directory) is used to perform user authentication for the scanner login. This allows either of the following two forms of login name to be specified in the user info. The scanner follows the Active Directory user name format when authenticating the user login.
  • Page 206 2. Enter a "User Name" and "Password" that has been stored in the LDAP server. User names may be up to 64 characters long, with all alphanumerics (case sensitive) and some symbols allowed. They may not start with a "@" or ".", and the following symbols may never be used: / \ [ ] : ;...
  • Page 207 4.3 Logging in: Regular User Mode 3. Press the [Login] button. ⇒ If the user name and password are valid, the "Main Menu" screen appears. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 208: Sending The Scanned Data By E-Mail

    Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 1. On the "Main Menu" screen, press the [e-Mail] button. ⇒ The "Send e-Mail" screen appears. The scan information can be changed by pressing the [Scan Settings] but- HINT ton. For more details, refer to "4.8 Setting the Scan Options"...
  • Page 209 4.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 3. Enter a file name for the scan data into the "File Name:" field. The file name may be up to 128 characters long. By default, "Scanner Name" + "Scan Date/Time" is entered. The following file names cannot be used: •...
  • Page 210 6. Enter the e-mail contents into the "Body:" field. The body may be up to 512 characters long, including line feeds. If a long word that cannot fit on one line is used, the word will be automati- HINT cally alterted. 7.
  • Page 211 4.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 9. On the "Scan Viewer" screen, press the [Send] button. ⇒ The scanned data is sent with the specified file as an e-mail attachment. ⇒ The "Main Menu" screen is shown again. After a file has been created from scanned data, while waiting for the send mail process to complete, the scanner prepares for the next operation.
  • Page 212: Selecting An E-Mail Address From The E-Mail Address Book

    4.4.1 Selecting an e-Mail Address from the e-Mail Address Book As mentioned in Step 2 of "4.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail" (page 180), instead of enter- ing an e-mail address with keyboard, e-mail addresses may be directly selected from an e-mail address book.
  • Page 213 4.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 2. Select the search parameter. Pressing the [e-Mail Address] button displays the search results by e-mail address, in alpha- betical order. Pressing the [First Name] button displays the search results by first names, in alphabetical order.
  • Page 214 5. Enter a search string. Contacts can be searched for individually, or all at the same time. Search strings may be up to 255 characters long. Wild card characters cannot be used. The actual characters * ? [ ] will be searched for. 6.
  • Page 215: Adding A Contact To The E-Mail Address Book

    4.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 4.4.2 Adding a Contact to the e-Mail Address Book The following explains how to add a contact to your My List. Contacts cannot be added to the LDAP list. A maximum of 1,000 contacts can be stored in the e-mail address book. Once 1,000 contacts have been entered, no more can be added.
  • Page 216 4. Enter the contact details. First names and last names may be up to 64 characters long. Last name may be skipped. e-Mail addresses may be up to 255 characters long. One of the following e-mail address for- mats must be used: •...
  • Page 217: Editing A Contact In The E-Mail Address Book

    4.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 4.4.3 Editing a Contact in the e-Mail Address Book The following explains how to edit a contact stored in your My List. Contacts stored in the LDAP list cannot be edited. 1. Open the "e-Mail Address Book" screen. To access the "e-Mail Address Book"...
  • Page 218 5. Edit the contact information. First names and last names may be up to 64 characters long. e-Mail addresses may be up to 255 characters long. One of the following e-mail address for- mats must be used: • XXXXXXX@IP_address • XXXXXXX@Host_name •...
  • Page 219: Deleting A Contact From The E-Mail Address Book

    4.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 4.4.4 Deleting a Contact from the e-Mail Address Book The following explains how to delete a contact from your My List. Contacts stored in the LDAP list cannot be deleted. 1. Open the "e-Mail Address Book" screen. To access the "e-Mail Address Book"...
  • Page 220 5. Check the contact that is set to be deleted is the correct one and press the [OK] but- ton. ⇒ The contact is deleted from the e-mail address book.
  • Page 221: Sending The Scanned Data By Fax

    4.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 1. On the "Main Menu" screen, press the [Fax] button. ⇒ The "Send Fax" screen appears. The scan information can be changed by pressing the [Scan Settings] but- HINT ton.
  • Page 222 3. In the "Notification To (Sender’s e-Mail Address)" field, enter an e-mail address for Send Fax result alert e-mails. e-Mail addresses may be up to 255 characters long. One of the following e-mail address for- mats must be used: • XXXXXXX@IP_address •...
  • Page 223 4.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 4. Press the [Scan&Send] button. When [Scan Viewer] is On, this will be a [Scan] button. ⇒ Scanning starts. After the last page is displayed on the "Scanning" screen, the scan data is sent by fax, and the touch panel screen returns to the "Main Menu"...
  • Page 224: Selecting A Fax Number From The Fax Number List

    4.5.1 Selecting a Fax Number from the Fax Number List As mentioned in Step 2 of "4.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax" (page 193), instead of entering a fax number with keyboard, fax numbers may be directly selected from a fax number list. 1.
  • Page 225: Adding A Contact To The Fax Number List

    4.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 5. Select a fax number. 6. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ The fax number is added to the field in the "Send Fax" screen. Only one fax number can be entered at a time. 4.5.2 Adding a Contact to the Fax Number List A maximum of 1,000 contacts can be stored in the fax number list.
  • Page 226 3. Enter the fax contact details. Recipients may be up to 64 characters long. Fax numbers may be up to 64 digits long. Numbers and the following symbols can also be used. 4. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ The contact is added to the fax number list.
  • Page 227: Editing A Contact In The Fax Number List

    4.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 4.5.3 Editing a Contact in the Fax Number List Fax contact numbers edited in the list are accessible to all users. 1. Open the "Fax Number List" screen. To access the "Fax Number List" screen, on the "Send Fax" screen, press Or on the "Main Menu"...
  • Page 228 4. Edit the contact information. Recipients may be up to 64 characters long. Fax numbers may be up to 64 digits long. Numbers and the following symbols can also be used. - * # 5. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ The edited fax number list contact is saved.
  • Page 229: Deleting A Contact From The Fax Number List

    4.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 4.5.4 Deleting a Contact from the Fax Number List Fax contact numbers deleted from the list are no longer accessible to any user. 1. Open the "Fax Number List" screen. To access the "Fax Number List" screen, on the "Send Fax" screen, press Or on the "Main Menu"...
  • Page 230 4. Check the contact that is set to be deleted is the correct one and press the [OK] but- ton. ⇒ The contact is deleted from the fax number list.
  • Page 231: Printing The Scanned Data

    4.6 Printing the Scanned Data Printing the Scanned Data 1. On the "Main Menu" screen, press the [Print] button. ⇒ The "Print" screen appears. Network printer preferences are saved for each user, and will be shown each time that user logs in. The scan information can be changed by pressing the [Scan Settings] but- HINT ton.
  • Page 232 3. Select a printer. Only the administrator may add printers to the list, or edit the details of HINT printers already on the list. For more details about adding printers, refer to "3.6.8 Setting the Network Printers" (page 87).
  • Page 233 4.6 Printing the Scanned Data 4. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ This returns you to the "Print" screen. • User authentication may sometimes be required to access a network HINT printer. When the authentication is required, the "Print Server Authentica- tion"...
  • Page 234 7. Press the [Scan] button. When [Scan Viewer] is Off, this will be a [Scan&Print] button. ⇒ Scanning starts. Each page is briefly shown on the screen as it is scanned. The maximum number of pages that can be scanned is 100. Even if "Blank Page Skip"...
  • Page 235 4.6 Printing the Scanned Data 9. On the "Scan Viewer" screen, press the [Print] button. ⇒ The scanned data is printed. The document name for the scanned data to be printed is the name of the scanner. The printing status is displayed in the user log until printing has ATTENTION finished.
  • Page 236: Scaling

    4.6.1 Scaling Set the print size for the scanned data. The setting selected here will be used every time the user prints a document. 1. Press the [Scaling] button. ⇒ The "Scaling" screen appears.
  • Page 237 4.6 Printing the Scanned Data 2. Select the print scale of the data. By default, this is "100%". • Shrink to Fit The image is reduced so that the entire image fits into the area available for printing (area inside the dotted line). Further enlargement is not possible. If the positioning setting is "Center", the control point for printing is the center point of the area available for printing.
  • Page 238 Print Sheet Scanned Data Positioning Result Large Small Center Scanned Data Scanned Data Print Sheet Top Left Scanned Data Same Same Center Scanned Data Scanned Data Print Sheet Top Left...
  • Page 239 4.6 Printing the Scanned Data • 100% The image is printed at full scale, regardless of the paper size. If the positioning setting is "Center", the control point for printing is the center point of the print sheet. If the positioning setting is "Top Left", the control point for printing is the top left corner of the print sheet.
  • Page 240 Print Sheet Scanned Data Positioning Result Same Same Center Scanned Data Scanned Data Print Sheet Top Left ⇒ This returns to the "Print" screen. The selected scaling setting is displayed to the right of the [Scaling] button. • Nothing is printed in the margin set in the printer settings. ATTENTION If a margin for removal has been set by the administrator, this margin may be larger than the margin set in the printer settings.
  • Page 241: Positioning

    4.6 Printing the Scanned Data 4.6.2 Positioning Set the print position of the scanned data. The setting selected here will be used every time the user prints a document. 1. Press the [Positioning] button. ⇒ The "Positioning" screen appears. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 242 2. Select the print positioning of the data. By default, this is "Center". Button Scaling Control Point Center Shrink to Fit Uses the center point of the area available for print- ing as a control point. Center Control Point Available Area for Printing 100% Uses the center point of the sheet as a control...
  • Page 243 4.6 Printing the Scanned Data Button Scaling Control Point Top Left Shrink to Fit Uses the top left corner of the area available for printing as a control point. Top Left Control Point Available Area for Printing 100% Uses the top left corner of the print sheet as a control point.
  • Page 244: Simplex/Duplex

    4.6.3 Simplex/Duplex Set whether to print on one side (simplex mode) or both sides (duplex mode). 1. Press the [Simplex/Duplex] button. ⇒ The "Simplex/Duplex" screen appears. 2. Select a print mode. Initially, this setting is Duplex (Flip on Long). "Flip on Long" means that sheets are flipped vertically for printing. "Flip on Short"...
  • Page 245: Saving The Scanned Data To A Network Folder

    4.7 Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder 1. On the "Main Menu" screen, press the [Save] button. ⇒ The "Save" screen appears. Network folder preferences are saved for each user, and will be shown each time that user logs in.
  • Page 246 3. Select a network folder. • On the "Folder List" screen, select a folder and press the [Details] button HINT to view the details of the selected network folder. If a folder path is too long for one line, the path will be automatically split into subsequent lines. •...
  • Page 247 4.7 Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder 4. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ This returns you to the "Save" screen. User authentication may sometimes be required to access the file server. HINT If authentication is required, the "Folder Server Authentication" screen appears.
  • Page 248 6. Select if existing files with the same name are to be overwritten. The default setting is [No]. If a file name already exists on the network, the existing file will not be overwritten and the scanned data will be lost. Whether or not the file was successfully saved can be checked in the user log.
  • Page 249 4.7 Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder 9. On the "Scan Viewer" screen, press the [Save] button. ⇒ The specified file name is used to save the scanned data in the selected network folder. ⇒ The "Main Menu" screen is shown again. After a file has been created from scanned data, while waiting for the save process to complete, the scanner prepares for the next operation.
  • Page 250: Setting The Scan Options

    Setting the Scan Options On the following screens, press the [Scan Settings] button to access the "Scan Settings" screens. • "Send e-Mail" screen • "Send Fax" screen • "Print" screen • "Save" screen The following two classes of setting options are available. •...
  • Page 251 4.8 Setting the Scan Options The following scan option settings are used if the Default settings are selected. Default When Option Custom, e-Mail Print Save see... Basic Color Mode Auto Black & Auto Auto page 224 White Resolution 200dpi 200dpi 200dpi 200dpi page 226...
  • Page 252: Color Mode

    4.8.1 Color Mode Set whether the document is scanned in "color" or "black and white". 1. On the "Scan Settings" screen, select the [Basic] tab. 2. Press the [Color Mode] button. ⇒ The "Color Mode" screen appears.
  • Page 253 4.8 Setting the Scan Options 3. Select the color mode. Color Mode Description Auto Automatically decides whether to scan in color or in black and white based on document contents. RGB Color Scans documents in color. Black & White Scans documents in black and white. ⇒...
  • Page 254: Resolution

    4.8.2 Resolution Changing the resolution level affects the scan data in the following ways. High resolution Low resolution Scan speed Slow Fast Scan quality High File size Large Small 1. On the "Scan Settings" screen, select the [Basic] tab. 2. Press the [Resolution] button. ⇒...
  • Page 255 4.8 Setting the Scan Options 3. Select a resolution level. ⇒ Selecting a resolution level returns you to the "Scan Settings" screen. The selected level is displayed to the right of the [Resolution] button. If [Auto] paper size is set, [600dpi] resolution cannot be selected. HINT If [600dpi] is selected, [Custom] paper size "Long Page mode"...
  • Page 256: Paper Size

    4.8.3 Paper Size Set a paper size for the scan data. 1. On the "Scan Settings" screen, select the [Basic] tab. 2. Press the [Paper Size] button. ⇒ The "Paper Size" screen appears.
  • Page 257 4.8 Setting the Scan Options 3. Select a paper size for the scan data. Button Paper size (mm) Button Paper size (mm) 210 × 297 215.9 × 279.4 Letter 148 × 210 215.9 × 355.6 Legal 105 × 148 266.7 × 184.2 Executive 182 ×...
  • Page 258 • If the [Auto] paper size is selected, the [600dpi] resolution may not be HINT selected. • If a paper size other than [Auto] is selected and only one side of the doc- uments is scanned, artwork on the reverse side of the paper may bleed through onto the front side scan.
  • Page 259: Long Page Mode

    4.8 Setting the Scan Options ■ Long Page Mode When scanning pages which are longer than standard documents, the "Allow long pages" setting must be specified. When long page scanning is set, the following settings can not be used. HINT •...
  • Page 260 3. Press the [Custom] button. ⇒ The "Custom Paper Size" screen appears. 4. For "Allow long pages?", press the [Yes] button. 5. Enter the paper size for the scan data. The size ranges that can be set are: Height: 2.91in to 34in (74mm to 863.6mm) Width: 2in to 8.5in (50.8mm to 216mm).
  • Page 261: Scan Mode

    4.8 Setting the Scan Options 4.8.4 Scan Mode Set whether one side or both sides of documents are scanned. 1. On the "Scan Settings" screen, select the [Basic] tab. 2. Press the [Scan Mode] button. ⇒ The "Scan Mode" screen appears. 3.
  • Page 262: File Format

    4.8.5 File Format Set the file format for the scan data. For some scan settings, it may not be possible to select certain file formats. Option JPEG TIFF MTIFF Searchable PDF — — — PDF Password — — — Compression A (*1) A (*1) A: Format can be used,...
  • Page 263 4.8 Setting the Scan Options • When PDF format is selected, select whether or not to use "High Compression HINT for Color PDF" mode. When "High Compression for Color PDF" is selected, characters and backgrounds on the document are compressed separately. In order to do this, the file size of the document that mostly consists of text char- acters becomes smaller while keeping the quality of the characters as they are.
  • Page 264: Searchable Pdf

    3. Select a file format. ⇒ Selecting a file format returns you to the "Scan Settings" screen. The selected format is displayed to the right of the [File Format] button. 4.8.6 Searchable PDF When the file format is PDF, the scanned data can be converted to a searchable PDF. The scanner may fail to correctly recognize the following kinds of documents ATTENTION (characters) as text.
  • Page 265 4.8 Setting the Scan Options 1. On the "Scan Settings" screen, select the [Save] tab. 2. Press the [Searchable PDF] button. ⇒ The "Searchable PDF" screen appears. 3. Select which pages are to be made searchable in the PDF. Searchable PDF Description A searchable PDF is not created.
  • Page 266 • When the resolution is [600dpi], the [All Pages] and [Pages...] options HINT cannot be selected. • The page numbers set here correspond to those shown on the Preview and "Scan Viewer" windows. • After pressing the [Pages] button, the "Searchable PDF" screen appears. Multiple ranges of pages cannot be set.
  • Page 267: Pdf Password

    4.8 Setting the Scan Options 4.8.7 PDF Password PDF files can be locked with a user-specified password. The password will need to be entered every time the password protected ATTENTION PDF file is opened. Do not forget or lose this password. 1.
  • Page 268 4. Enter a password and confirm password. Passwords may be up to 16 characters long. In addition to alphanumeric characters, spaces and the following symbols can be used: ! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , - . / : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ] ^ _ ` { | } ~ •...
  • Page 269: Compression

    4.8 Setting the Scan Options 4.8.8 Compression When [Auto] or [RGB Color] is selected for the "4.8.1 Color Mode" (page 224), it is also possible to set the compression level. Setting a compression level (1 to 5) reduces the file size when scanning documents such as photo- graphs or figures.
  • Page 270 3. Select a compression level. The lower the selected compression level is, the higher the quality of the resulting scan will be, but at the expense of a larger file. When PDF format is selected in "4.8.5 File Format" (page 234), "High Compression for Color PDF"...
  • Page 271 4.8 Setting the Scan Options • When "High Compression for Color PDF" is selected, characters and back- HINT grounds on the document are compressed separately. In order to do this, the file size of the document that mostly consists of text characters becomes smaller while keeping the quality of the characters as they are.
  • Page 272: Brightness

    4.8.9 Brightness The brightness setting can be adjusted to improve the visual appearance of the scanned data. 1. On the "Scan Settings" screen, select the [Advanced] tab. 2. Press the [Brightness] button. ⇒ The "Brightness" screen appears. 3. Select a brightness level. ⇒...
  • Page 273: Contrast

    4.8 Setting the Scan Options 4.8.10 Contrast The color contrast setting can be adjusted to improve the visual appearance of the scan. 1. On the "Scan Settings" screen, select the [Advanced] tab. 2. Press the [Contrast] button. ⇒ The "Contrast" screen appears. 3.
  • Page 274: Page Orientation

    4.8.11 Page Orientation Automatically rotates each scanned data page that contains text through 0°, 90°, 180°, or 270°, so the text is upright. This function determines a document orientation based on Roman ATTENTION characters printed on the document. Therefore, it may not work prop- erly for the following kinds of documents: When scanning such docu- ments, do not set automatic page orientation.
  • Page 275 4.8 Setting the Scan Options 3. Select whether or not automatic page orientation is required. ⇒ This returns you to the "Scan Settings" screen. The selected setting is displayed to the right of the [Page Orientation] button. Irrespective of what page orientation is decided, pages may still be manu- HINT ally rotated as desired in the "Scan Viewer"...
  • Page 276: Blank

    4.8.12 Blank Page Skip The scan process can be set to skip any blank pages in the scanned document. For example, when a stack of documents containing both two-sided and one-sided documents is scanned in duplex scan mode, this feature removes only the reverse side (i.e. blank page) of one- sided documents from the scanned data.
  • Page 277 4.8 Setting the Scan Options 3. Select whether or not blank pages are to be skipped. ⇒ This returns you to the "Scan Settings" screen. The selected setting is displayed to the right of the [Blank Page Skip] button. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 278: Multifeed Detection (Layer And Length)

    4.8.13 Multifeed Detection (Layer and Length) "Multifeed" is an error that occurs when two or more sheets are fed simultaneously into the scanner by the ADF. The scanner can be set to detect multifeeds and stop the scan with an error message. Multifeeds are to be detected by layer and length.
  • Page 279 4.8 Setting the Scan Options 3. If mutlifeeds are to be detected, select which detection method is to be used. Multifeed Status Setup None Multifeeds are not detected. If scanning plastic cards, select [None]. For more details about scan- ning plastic cards, refer to "A.2 Paper Requirements"...
  • Page 280: Enabling/Disabling The Scan Viewer

    Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer The "Scan Viewer" screen can be set to appear before the scanned data is processed. The scanned data can be checked and edited on the "Scan Viewer" screen. For details, refer to "4.10 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer" (page 255).
  • Page 281 4.9 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer Operations after scanning vary according to whether the "Scan Viewer" is set to "On" or "Off". If sending an e-mail, scan operation proceeds as follows: When "Scan Viewer" is "On" When "Scan Viewer" is "Off" and sending an e-mail and sending an e-mail On the "Send e-Mail"...
  • Page 282 • During the scan, the following screen is shown. HINT The file size is shown in units of 10KB on the right of the screen. If "High Compression for Color PDF" has been selected, the pre-compression file size is shown. Note that because the final output file has not been created yet, the actual file size may differ from the estimated value shown.
  • Page 283: Editing The Scanned Data In The Scan Viewer

    4.10 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer 4.10 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer Scanned data can be checked and edited in the "Scan Viewer". 4.10.1 Viewing a Scanned Page The scanned data shown in the "Scan Viewer" screen can be displayed as actual or reduced size. The scanned data can be moved by dragging it across the screen.
  • Page 284: Rotating A Scanned Page

    4.10.2 Rotating a Scanned Page The scanned data showed on the "Scan Viewer" screen can be rotated 90 degrees right or left, or 180 degrees. If the scanned data is rotated 90 degrees, the edited scanned data, in its rotated condition, can be sent as an e-mail attachment, by fax, print, or saved to a network folder.
  • Page 285: Adding A Scanned Page

    4.10 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer 4.10.3 Adding a Scanned Page On the "Scan Viewer" screen, an additional page can be scanned. 1. Load the documents into the ADF paper chute. 2. On the "Scan Viewer" screen, press the [Scan More] button. ⇒...
  • Page 286: Deleting A Scanned Page

    4.10.4 Deleting a Scanned Page Specified pages can be deleted from the scanned data shown on the "Scan Viewer" screen. If specified pages are deleted, the remaining scanned data is sent as an e-mail attachment, by fax, print, or saved to a network folder, without the deleted pages. 1.
  • Page 287: Checking The User Log

    4.11 Checking the User Log 4.11 Checking the User Log Up to the latest 100 user operation logs are shown for the current user. Even if the [Region/Timezone] or [Date/Time] settings are changed, the order of the log entries will not be changed. 1.
  • Page 288 Info Info options Description Operation e-Mail The scanned data is sent as an e-mail attach- ment. The scanned data is sent as a fax. Print The scanned data is sent to the print server, and the sending status is shown in the "Result"...
  • Page 289: Maintenance

    4.12 Maintenance 4.12 Maintenance 1. On the "Main Menu" screen, press the [Maintenance] button. ⇒ The "Maintenance" screen appears. • Pressing the [Edit e-Mail Addresses] button opens the "e-Mail Address Book" screen. e-Mail addresses can be added, edited, or deleted on the "e-Mail Address Book" screen. For details, refer to "4.4.2 Adding a Contact to the e-Mail Address Book"...
  • Page 291: Scanner Care

    Chapter 5 Scanner Care This chapter describes how to clean the scanner and replace worn out parts, in order to maintain the scanner in optimum scanning condition. ARNI N G The glass scanner windows inside the ADF can become hot when the scanner is used.
  • Page 292: Cleaning

    1 pack (24 sheets) (*) Pre-moistened with Cleaner F1, Cleaning Wipes are used instead of moistened cloths. Soft, dry cloth Any commercially available lint-free product * Contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider to obtain these products.
  • Page 293: Which Parts And When

    5.1 Cleaning 5.1.2 Which Parts and When Clean all parts after every 1,000 sheets scanned. • Pad assembly • Feed rollers • Pick roller • Idler rollers • Glass scanner windows • Ultrasonic sensor The scanner must be cleaned more frequently when the following types of ATTENTION documents are used: •...
  • Page 294: Cleaning The Adf

    Cleaning the ADF The ADF should be cleaned after approximately every 1,000 scanned sheets. However, this criteria varies according to the type of documents scanned. For example, it may be necessary to clean the ADF more frequently when documents with insufficiently fused toner are scanned. ARNI N G The glass scanner windows inside the ADF can become hot when the scanner is used.
  • Page 295 5.2 Cleaning the ADF 2. Clean the following parts with a soft cloth moistened with cleaner F1. Pad assembly Feed rollers Pick roller Ultrasonic sensor Glass scanner windows Idler rollers Part name Cleaning method Pad assembly Refer to "Pad assembly" (page 268).
  • Page 296 When cleaning inside the ADF, take care that the cloth does not get snagged by the document sensors and damage them. ATTENTION • Pad assembly Clean the rubber pads by gently wiping downwards in the direction of the arrows. Take care not to snag and bend the pick springs.
  • Page 297 5.2 Cleaning the ADF • Feed rollers Use the following procedure when cleaning the feed rollers. 1) On the "Main Menu" screen, press the [Maintenance] button. ⇒ The "Maintenance" screen appears. 2) Press the [Roller Cleaning] button. ⇒ A guide screen for cleaning the rollers appears. 3) Open the top cover.
  • Page 298 • Pick roller Gently rotate the pick roller as you wipe its surface clean, taking care not to damage the soft rubber. The pick roller should be cleaned carefully and thoroughly, as dirty pick rollers can adversely affect the paper pickup performance. When cleaning the pick roller, also be careful not to damage the black plastic glide strip.
  • Page 299 5.2 Cleaning the ADF 3. Holding both sides of the top cover, return it to its original position. You should hear a click. • Make sure that the top cover is completely closed. If not completely ATTENTION closed, document jams and feeding errors may occur. •...
  • Page 300: Cleaning The Lcd Touch Panel

    Cleaning the LCD Touch Panel To prevent the touch panel screen from becoming dirty, it should be regularly cleaned with a soft, dry cloth. Take care when cleaning the touch panel. It can be easily damaged, and should never be scratched or banged with hard objects.
  • Page 301: Replacing Parts

    • Use only the PFU LIMITED parts specified. Do not use consumable parts made by other manufacturers. To obtain these parts, contact your FUJITSU dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 302 1. On the Main Menu, press the [Consumable Alert] button. ⇒ The "Consumable Alert" screen appears. 2. Check which part needs to be replaced and press the [OK] button. Parts whose "Usage Counter" value is bigger than the "Replace at" value should be replaced. The value of the "Usage Counter"...
  • Page 303: Replacing The Pad Assembly

    5.5 Replacing Parts 5.5.1 Replacing the Pad Assembly 1. Remove any documents from the ADF paper chute. 2. Push the ADF release button, then hold both sides of the top cover and lift it open. Be careful that the top cover does not shut on your fingers. ATTENTION 3.
  • Page 304: Replacing The Pick Roller

    5. Close the top cover. You should hear a click when it is returned to its original position. Be careful that the top cover does not shut on your fingers. ATTENTION 6. Reset the pad assembly usage counter. The usage counter must be reset by an administrator. For details, refer to "Resetting the Usage Counter"...
  • Page 305 5.5 Replacing Parts 4. Remove the pick roller and its shaft from the scanner. 1. Squeeze the tabs of the sheet guide release catch together with your fingers, and lift the sheet guide plate up and away. 2. Rotate the left side pick roller bushing in the direction indicated by the arrow. Pick roller bushing Pick roller shaft 3.
  • Page 306 5. Remove the pick roller from the shaft. Lift up the lock tab and slide the pick roller off the shaft. Take care if lifting the pick roller lock tab with your fingernail as it may get chipped or broken. If worried, try lifting the tab using a ATTENTION paper clip as shown in the following diagram.
  • Page 307 5.5 Replacing Parts 7. Insert the pick roller and shaft back in the scanner. To attach the pick roller to the scanner, follow the pick roller and shaft removal procedure in reverse. 1. Rotate the left side pick roller bushing in the direction indicated by the arrow. Pick roller bushing Pick roller shaft 2.
  • Page 308: Performing A Scan Test

    Performing a Scan Test After scanner cleaning or replacement of consumable parts, perform a scan test. 1. On the "Main Menu" screen, press the [Maintenance] button. ⇒ The "Maintenance" screen appears. 2. Press the [Scan Test] button. ⇒ The scan settings information for the scan test is displayed. 3.
  • Page 309 5.6 Performing a Scan Test 4. Press the [Scan] button. ⇒ The scan test starts. When the scan test has completed, the "Scan Viewer" screen appears. If the scanner fails to scan correctly, an error message is displayed. For more details about how to deal with error messages, refer to "C.2 Regular User Messages"...
  • Page 310 6. Press the [OK] button. ⇒ The "Maintenance" screen is shown again.
  • Page 311: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This chapter provides information on dealing with scanner operation problems such as paper jams, points to check before contacting your FUJITSU scanner dealer, and help on how to check device labels. For details of error messages which may appear during administrator setting procedures, refer to "C.1.1 Administrator Screen Messages"...
  • Page 312: Removing Jammed Documents

    Removing Jammed Documents If a document jam occurs, follow the procedure below to remove the jammed documents. • When removing jammed documents, take care with dangling neckties, ATTENTION necklaces, etc. as they may easily become entangled in the scanner. • The glass scanner windows inside the ADF can become hot when the scanner is used.
  • Page 313 6.1 Removing Jammed Documents 3. Remove the jammed document. • Staples, paper clips, etc. can cause document jams. Check the docu- ATTENTION ment and feed path, and remove any such objects that may have come loose. Any staples, clips, etc. should be removed from the document before starting a scan.
  • Page 314 • Although no error message is displayed, document pages may remain in HINT the ADF even after scanning is completed or cancelled. Follow the proce- dure below to remove any such pages from the ADF. 1. Remove all documents from the ADF paper chute. 2.
  • Page 315 6.1 Removing Jammed Documents 3. Load the documents into the ADF paper chute, as shown in the following diagram. Cross section Documents ick roller Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 316: Dealing With Detached Keycaps

    Dealing with Detached Keycaps If a keycap comes loose from the keyboard, fit it back onto its original location and push it down until it clicks into place. eycap If a keycap and key switch become loose, they should be reattached as follows. 1.
  • Page 317 6.2 Dealing with Detached Keycaps 3. Fit the keycap back onto its original location and push it down until it clicks into place. eycap If the detached keycap has a wire brace, reattach the wire to the keyboard, align HINT the keycap over the middle of the wire, and push the keycap down until it clicks into place.
  • Page 318: Network Connection Troubleshooting

    If the cause of the problem is unknown or the problem persists, check the items in "6.5 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer" (page 308) and contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
  • Page 319 6.3 Network Connection Troubleshooting A results screen similar to the following should appear: When checking the network connection status of a server by its IP address, the following results are possible. Connection Result Action status "Ping statistics" shows None "Lost=0 (0% loss)" "Ping statistics"...
  • Page 320 When checking the network connection status of a server with an FQDN, the following results are possible. Connection Result Action status "Ping statistics" shows None "Lost=0 (0% loss)" "Ping request could not find Check that the ping target server name is cor- host xxx.xxx.xxx.
  • Page 321 6.3 Network Connection Troubleshooting ■ Checking the network operating status Check the network status. For details about the checking procedure, refer to "3.6.12 Checking the Network Operating Status" (page 124). A "Network Status" screen similar to the following should appear: The following outcomes are possible: Connection Network settings...
  • Page 322 Connection Network settings Action status The information shown is "3.6.12 Checking the Network Operating valid, but pinging indicates Status" (page 124), change the [Link Speed/ that the network connection Duplex Mode] from "Auto-Negotiation" to a is not functioning normally. fixed mode. If the problem persists, refer to "Failure to con- nect to a server using its IP address"...
  • Page 323 6.3 Network Connection Troubleshooting The following outcomes are possible: Connection Message Action status System time has been suc- None cessfully synchronized. System time synchronization Try the following: failed. • Check the NTP server name and address settings for errors. Sending resync command to •...
  • Page 324: Checking The Mail Server By Sending A Test Mail

    ■ Checking the mail server by sending a test mail On the "Alert Notification" screen, press the [Test] button to check if an e-mail can be sent to the specified destination. After pressing the [Test] button, a message dialog such as the following is displayed: The following outcomes are possible.
  • Page 325 6.3 Network Connection Troubleshooting Connection Message Action status Test e-mail could not be Check that the computer connected to the mail sent. server is running properly. Check if an e-mail can be sent to the address from other personal computers in the network. Ping the SMTP server to check that it and its network connection are working properly.
  • Page 326: Other Network Connection Troubleshooting

    If the cause of the problem is unknown or the problem persists, check the items in "6.5 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer" (page 308) and contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
  • Page 327 6.3 Network Connection Troubleshooting Problem Action When using DHCP, the DHCP server does If using DHCP, on the "Network Status" not operate normally, or there is a problem screen, check that IP address, subnet with the DHCP server settings. mask, and default gateway settings are all correct.
  • Page 328: Failure To Connect To A Server By Name

    Problem Action The network link speed/duplex mode for For this scanner, the default [Link Speed/ the scanner and server are different, or Duplex Mode] setting is "Auto-Negotia- Auto-Negotiation is not supported by the tion". server. On the "Network Status" screen, match the scanner and server's network link speed/duplex mode settings.
  • Page 329: Failure To Add A Network Printer

    6.3 Network Connection Troubleshooting ■ Failure to add a network printer If adding a network printer to/from the scanner is not possible, try the following steps. Also, refer to how to set printer settings, how to add a network printer, and the printer manual before hand. Problem Action The Windows XP printer driver has not...
  • Page 330: Failure To Connect To The Scanner Using The Network Scanner Admin Tool Or Web Browser

    6.3.3 Failure to Connect to the Scanner using the Network Scanner Admin Tool or Web Browser When attempting to connect to the scanner using the network scanner admin tool or Web browser, if the "Login" screen does not appear, try the following steps: Problem Action Same as in...
  • Page 331 6.3 Network Connection Troubleshooting Problem Action In Microsoft® Internet Explorer, in the When connecting using the scanner name, "Tools" menu, "Internet Options", [Secu- the connection will be an intranet connec- rity] tab, the security level for the corre- tion. When connecting using an IP sponding zone is set as "high", or in address, it will be an internet connection.
  • Page 332: Problems When Connecting To The Scanner Using The Network Scanner Admin Tool

    6.3.4 Problems when Connecting to the Scanner using the Network Scanner Admin Tool If, when connecting to the scanner via a web browser, the "Scripts are usually safe. Do you want to allow scripts to run?" message appears, or the "Login" screen appears but the buttons can not be selected, try the following steps: Problem Action...
  • Page 333: Other Troubleshooting

    If the problem still cannot be solved after consulting the troubleshooting suggestions, check the points in "6.5 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer" (page 308) then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. Problem Check item...
  • Page 334 Was the Caps Lock on when the Turn off the Caps Lock and try logging in administrator pass- password was entered? again. word. If the password has been lost or forgot- ten, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
  • Page 335 If the problem persists, contact the screen, the your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an scanner does not authorized FUJITSU scanner service pro- startup. vider. Input field entry Has the input field been selected? Select the input field and try again.
  • Page 336: Points To Check Before Contacting Your Fujitsu Scanner Dealer

    Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer Before contacting your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service pro- vider, check the following points. 6.5.1 General Details Info Findings Model fi-6000NS Serial No. (Example) 000001 For the serial number, refer to "6.6 Checking the Scanner Labels"...
  • Page 337: Error Status

    6.5 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer 6.5.2 Error Status ■ Problem when connecting to the scanner via personal computer Info Findings OS (Windows) Web browser Displayed error message ■ Document feed trouble Info Findings Document type...
  • Page 338: Other Problems

    ■ Other problems Info Findings Can both the original document and scanner image Circle one: be sent by e-mail or fax? Available Unavailable...
  • Page 339: Checking The Scanner Labels

    6.6 Checking the Scanner Labels Checking the Scanner Labels This section provides help on how to check the scanner's two information labels. The following diagrams show where the labels are located on the scanner. Label A Label B • Label A (example): Contains various scanner information. •...
  • Page 340: Pre-Maintenance Preparations

    Pre-Maintenance Preparations Before sending the scanner for maintenance, the user data store and system settings should be backed up. Refer to the following sections for details: • "Backing up the User Data Store" from "3.9.1 Maintaining the User Data Store" (page 142)"...
  • Page 341: Appendix A Adf Paper Specifications

    Appendix A ADF Paper Specifications This appendix describes the paper size and quality requirements for ensuring that the ADF operates correctly when scanning documents. A.1 Paper Size ......................314 A.2 Paper Requirements................... 315 A.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity ............318 A.4 Area not to be Perforated ..................
  • Page 342: Paper Size

    A.1 Paper Size The following paper sizes can be scanned with this scanner: Width: 53mm to 216mm (2.1in to 8.5 in) Length: 74mm to 356mm(*) (2.9in to 14in) * When "Custom" paper size setting is used, a page length of up to 863mm (34in) is allowed for document scanning.
  • Page 343: Paper Requirements

    A.2 Paper Requirements A.2.1 Paper Type The following paper types are recommended for use with the ADF: • Woodfree paper • Wood containing paper When documents of a paper type other than those listed above are used, test-scan a few sheets first to check if the document can be scanned without problem.
  • Page 344 • Carbonless paper contains chemical substances that may damage the pad ATTENTION assembly or the pick and other rollers when documents are fed. Pay atten- tion to the following: Cleaning: If pick errors occur frequently, clean the pad assembly and pick roller. For details on cleaning the pad assembly and pick roller, refer to "Chap- ter 5 Scanner Care"...
  • Page 345 Take the following precautions when scanning plastic cards (for ATTENTION example ID cards). • In Scan Settings, set the Multifeed Setup to [None]. For more details about Multifeed Setup, refer to "4.8.13 Multifeed Detection (Layer and Length)" (page 250). • Place one card at a time into the ADF paper chute.
  • Page 346: Maximum Document Loading Capacity

    A.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity The maximum number of sheets that can be loaded into the ADF paper chute is determined by the length and weight of the document paper. The following graph shows the maximum document loading capacity of ADF according to paper size and weight.
  • Page 347: Area Not To Be Perforated

    A.4 Area not to be Perforated ADF feed problems can occur while scanning if the document has any holes (punched, etc) in the shaded area shown in the following figure. 35mm Page top Front side Feed direction Page bottom Center of paper Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 348: Multifeed Detection Conditions

    A.5 Multifeed Detection Conditions There are three multifeed detection modes: document layer, document length, and both document layer and length. The following conditions must be satisfied in each of these detection modes. The type of document and document conditions can cause the multifeed detection rate to drop. A.5.1 Detection by Layer If [Ultrasonic] is selected in "4.8.13 Multifeed Detection (Layer and Length)"...
  • Page 349: Detection By Both Layer And Length

    A.5.3 Detection by both Layer and Length If [Both] is selected in "4.8.13 Multifeed Detection (Layer and Length)" (page 250), mulifeeds are detected by both layer and length. In this case, set sheets of the same thickness and length in the ADF at any one time. •...
  • Page 351: Appendix B Scanner Specifications

    Appendix B Scanner Specifications This appendix gives specifications for the scanner as a whole, and for scanner parts. B.1 Device Specifications..................324 B.2 Scanner Specifications ..................325 Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 352: Device Specifications

    B.1 Device Specifications Item Specification Dimensions (W × D × H) 315mm × 415mm × 281mm Power consumption (AC) Weight 13kg LCD touch panel 8.4-inch XGA TFT LCD monitor Analog resistive touch panel Keyboard 101 keyboard Network interface LAN (10Base-T/100Base-TX) Input power AC100-240V±...
  • Page 353: Scanner Specifications

    B.2 Scanner Specifications Item Specification Note Scanner type ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) Color CCD × 2 Image sensor Light source White cold cathode fluorescent discharge lamp × 2 Scannable area Maximum: Legal (8.5in x 14in) When "Custom" paper size Minimum: A8 (portrait) (52mm x 74mm or setting is used, a page 2in x 3in) length of up to 863mm...
  • Page 355: Appendix C Operation Messages

    Appendix C Operation Messages This appendix provides information about messages which may appear during scanner operations, and how to deal with them. Messages displayed in Italic in this manual may be subject to change. C.1 Administrator Messages..................328 C.2 Regular User Messages ..................354 Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 356: Administrator Messages

    C.1 Administrator Messages The following messages may appear during administrator operation. Messages are displayed in the form of a dialog box as follows. The following table describes the types of marks which may appear in a message dialog box. Marks Description Warning message.
  • Page 357: Administrator Screen Messages

    Re-enter the user name and pass- password, and try again. word. If you forget your password, con- tact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. Login not possible. Another user is Only one administrator or user can already logged in.
  • Page 358 Screen Message Action Scanner Name Scanner name contains invalid charac- Re-enter the scanner name using ters. only specified valid characters. Do not enter a blank space before or after the scanner name. Do not use control characters or any of the following symbols: "/\ [ ] : | <...
  • Page 359 Screen Message Action Scanner Set- Multifeed detection limit #2 must be Re-enter a value for "#2" that is tings larger than limit #1. larger than the value for "#1". Multifeed detection limit #1 is invalid. Re-enter a value for "#1" that is between 0 and 510 (mm).
  • Page 360 Screen Message Action Standby Mode Auto logout time must be shorter than Enter a shorter time for auto logout that for standby mode. ("Logout after") than for standby mode ("Standby after"). Admin Pass- Current password has not been Enter a current password. word entered.
  • Page 361 Screen Message Action IP Address Specified IP Address and Default Enter an IP address and default Gateway must belong to the same net- gateway that belong to the same work. network. To resume the process, enter a new Try connecting to the scanner from address, and try again.
  • Page 362 Screen Message Action NTP Server NTP Server IP Address has not been Enter an NTP server IP address. entered. NTP Server IP Address is incomplete. Complete the NTP server IP address. NTP Server Name has not been entered. Enter an NTP server name. NTP Server Name contains invalid Enter a valid NTP server name.
  • Page 363 Screen Message Action LDAP Server LDAP Server Name has not been Enter a LDAP server name. entered. LDAP Server IP Address has not been Enter a LDAP server IP address. entered. LDAP Server IP Address is incom- Complete the LDAP server IP plete.
  • Page 364 Screen Message Action Network Maximum length of printer alias is 80 Set a printer alias that is no longer Printer characters. than 80 characters long. No network printers have been set. No action required. Specified network printer alias con- Enter a valid network printer alias. tains invalid characters.
  • Page 365 Screen Message Action Network Number of network path connections Close unneeded network connec- Printer has reached the maximum allowed. No tions, then try specifying the more may be specified. desired network path again. Length of specified network printer Select a different network printer path exceeds the maximum selectable and try again.
  • Page 366 Screen Message Action Network Specified network printer path con- Enter a valid network printer alias. Printer tains invalid characters. Specified network printer path is not a Enter a valid printer path. valid printer path. Network printer path has not been Enter a network printer alias.
  • Page 367 Screen Message Action Network No network folders have been set. No action required. Folder Authentication required to access No action required. xxxx. (xxxx: Domain\Computer) Enter the new folder alias. To rename the folder alias, press the [OK] button. Otherwise, press the [Cancel] but- ton.
  • Page 368 Screen Message Action Network Access was refused. Contact a server administrator to Folder find out if an access permit has been set. Cannot find the network folder path. Contact a server administrator. Operation not possible. Network path Contact a server administrator. is not working.
  • Page 369 Screen Message Action Network Specified password is no longer valid Specified password was expired. Folder for this network folder. Try the following: • Login with a different account. • Contact a network administra- tor to have the password vali- dated again. Specified user needs to renew their Change the password before log- password for this network folder.
  • Page 370 Screen Message Action Alert Notifica- Alert notification address contains Enter a valid alert notification tion invalid characters. address. Notification e-mail address has not Enter a notification e-mail address, been entered. and then send a test mail. Test e-mail could not be sent because Set a SMTP server and try again.
  • Page 371 AC cable and try turning the power back on again. If the error status persists, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. Usage Status Do you wish to clear the pad assembly...
  • Page 372 Screen Message Action User Log No user logs. No action required. OK to clear the combined User Log? To clear the combined User Log, press the [OK] button. Otherwise, press the [Cancel] but- ton. System Log No system logs. No action required. OK to clear the System Log? To clear the System Log, press the [OK] button.
  • Page 373 Screen Message Action System Set- Maximum file path length is 253 char- File path is too long. tings File acters. Set a file path that is no longer than 253 characters long. Specified backup file is invalid. Specify a valid backup file. Specified backup file could not be Try the following: found or could not be uploaded.
  • Page 374 Screen Message Action System Set- Backup data could not be restored. Versions do not match between the tings File Specified file contains unsupported backup device and restoring data. device. Update the restoring device. "3.9.3 Updating the Scanner's System Software" (page 161) System settings were successfully No action required.
  • Page 375 Screen Message Action Common Error: problem with XXXXXX. Contact your FUJITSU scanner Contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer dealer or an authorized FUJITSU or an authorized FUJITSU scanner scanner service provider. service provider. Error code=xxxxxxx Result code=xxxxxxx (XXXXXX: Function Name) Error: problem with XXXXXX.
  • Page 376: System Log Messages

    C.1.2 System Log Messages System log messages which may appear during administrator operations can be arranged into the following two categories: • Information • Error ■ Information Code Message Action 01000001 (XXXXXX) Settings were changed. No action required. Info: (XXXXXX: Function Name) 01000002 Pad assembly usage counter was cleared.
  • Page 377 ■ Error Code Message Action 81001001 Error: problem with XXXXXX. Contact your FUJITSU scanner Contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer dealer or an authorized FUJITSU or an authorized FUJITSU scanner scanner service provider. service provider. Error code=xxxxxxx Result code=xxxxxxx (XXXXXX: Function Name) 81001002 Error: problem with XXXXXX.
  • Page 378: Alert Monitor System Log Messages

    C.1.3 Alert Monitor System Log Messages System log messages which may be received from the scanner alert monitor service can be arranged into the following three types: • Information • Error • Warning ■ Information The following table gives a summary of system log information messages which may be received from the scanner alert monitoring service.
  • Page 379 Alert Notifications" (page 119). Code Message Action 81000001 CPU power supply error. Contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU 81000002 1.5V power supply error. scanner service provider. 81000003 3.3V power supply error. 81000004 5V power supply error.
  • Page 380 SMTP server and the network connection to the server are functioning nor- mally. 81002004 Device monitoring service error. Contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.
  • Page 381 ■ Warning The following table gives a summary of system log warning messages which may be received from the scanner alert monitoring service. The messages shown here are sent to the e-mail address specified in "3.6.10 Setting the Destination for Alert Notifications" (page 119).
  • Page 382: Regular User Messages

    AC cable again. The administrator should con- from the scanner to turn the power tact the FUJITSU scanner dealer or an off, wait for at least ten seconds, authorized FUJITSU scanner service then reconnect the AC cable and...
  • Page 383 Screen Message Action Login Invalid LDAP Search Base format. Contact a system administrator to have the LDAP search base format corrected. "3.6.5 Setting the LDAP Server" (page 76) LDAP server is busy. Try the following checks or solu- tions: • Contact a system administrator to have the network settings checked.
  • Page 384 If prob- • Reduce the size of the scan data lem persists, the administrator should or set a lower resolution level, contact the FUJITSU scanner dealer or and try again. an authorized FUJITSU scanner ser- • System might be unstable.
  • Page 385 Action Scanning Scanner hardware failure. The admin- If the scanner does not restart auto- istrator should contact the FUJITSU matically, try turning the power off scanner dealer or an authorized for ten seconds, and back on again. FUJITSU scanner service provider for If the problem persists, contact help.
  • Page 386 Screen Message Action Color Mode ("Black & White" mode is incompati- On the "Color Mode" screen, spec- ble with the "JPEG" file format) ify "Auto" or "RGB Color". For details, refer to "4.8.1 Color Mode" (page 224). ("JPEG" file format + "Auto" color No action required.
  • Page 387 Screen Message Action PDF Password Password is incorrect. Try again. Enter the same passwords for both "Password" and "Confirm Pass- word" fields. Password contains invalid characters. Enter a password and try again. Re-enter the password, and try again. Password field is empty. Enter a pass- Enter a password and try again.
  • Page 388 The administrator should con- for ten seconds, and back on again. tact the FUJITSU scanner dealer or an If the error status persists, contact authorized FUJITSU scanner service your FUJITSU scanner dealer or provider for help.
  • Page 389 Screen Message Action Send e-Mail Attachment file name must be speci- Enter an attachment file name. fied. Save as: filename contains invalid The following characters cannot characters. (\/:*?"<>|) Try again. be used. \ / : * ? " < > | Re-enter the filename using only valid characters.
  • Page 390 Screen Message Action e-Mail Search has timed out. Contact a sys- Contact a system administrator to Address Book tem administrator. check the time of the search time- out. "3.6.5 Setting the LDAP Server" (page 76) LDAP server is busy. Try the following checks or solu- tions: •...
  • Page 391 Screen Message Action Send Fax Fax number must be specified. Enter a fax number. Invalid fax number. Try again. Enter a valid fax number. Only numbers 0 to 9, -,*, and # can be used. Notification address (sender's e-mail Enter a notification address. address) must be specified.
  • Page 392 Screen Message Action Print (If Shrink to Fit is selected, the No action required. scanned data is reduced to fit the print- able area of the paper. If the scanned data is smaller than the printable area, it is printed at 100%.) (If 100% is selected, the scanned data No action required.
  • Page 393 Screen Message Action Print Number of network path connections Close unneeded network connec- has reached the maximum allowed. No tions, then try specifying the more may be specified. desired network path again. Current login (LDAP account) has Contact a system administrator to become invalid.
  • Page 394 Screen Message Action Print Server User name is required. Enter a user name. Authentication Network is busy. Try again later. Wait for a while, and try again. User name or password may be incor- Re-enter the user name and pass- rect.
  • Page 395 Screen Message Action Save "Save in:" folder must be specified. Specify a folder. "Save as:" file name must be specified. Enter a file name. "Save as:" filename contains invalid The following characters cannot characters. ( \ / : * ? " < > | ) Try again. be used.
  • Page 396 Screen Message Action Save Access was refused. Contact a server administrator to find out if an access permit has been set. Network path is too long. Try the following: • Set a shorter file name. • Select a "Save in" folder with a shorter name.
  • Page 397 Screen Message Action Save When the file format is [MTIFF], the Try the following: maximum file size for the total • Delete scanned pages from scanned data is 2GB. If the size of the Scan Viewer until the total file scanned data exceeds 2GB, no MTIFF size of the scanned data is less than 2GB.
  • Page 398 Screen Message Action File Server Specified user is no longer able to Try the following: Authentication login to this network folder. • Login with a different account. • Contact a network administra- tor to have the account vali- dated. Specified password is no longer valid Try the following: for this network folder.
  • Page 399 The matically, try turning the power off administrator should contact the for ten seconds, and back on again. FUJITSU scanner dealer or an autho- If the problem persists, the admin- rized FUJITSU scanner service pro- istrator should contact your vider for help.
  • Page 400 If problem persists, the administrator should con- tact a FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider for help. [alphanumeric eight digits]...
  • Page 401: System Log Messages

    C.2.2 System Log Messages System log messages which may appear during user operations can be arranged into the following three categories: • Information • Warning • Error ■ Information Code Message Action 01080101 Pick roller cleaned. No action required. 010D0001 User name XXXX logged in.
  • Page 402 ■ Warning Code Message Action 110C0010 Password contains invalid char- Enter a password and try again. acters. Re-enter the password, and try again. 83070001 Pad assembly needs replacing. To have the pad assembly replaced, contact Contact a system administrator. a system administrator. The system administrator should open the top cover and replace the pad assembly.
  • Page 403 Code Message Action 110B0004 LDAP server is busy. Try the following checks or solutions: • Contact a system administrator to have the network settings checked. "6.3 Network Connection Troubleshoot- ing" (page 290) • Contact a system administrator to have the server status checked. 110B0100 LDAP server response error.
  • Page 404 Code Message Action 110D0009 Specified password is no longer Try the following: valid for this network folder. • Login with a different account. • Contact a network administrator to have the password validated again. 110D000A Specified user needs to renew Try the following: their password for this network •...
  • Page 405 Code Message Action 12010001 Scanned data size exceeded Try the following: maximum size allowed for • Reduce the number of pages to be e-mail attachments. scanned and send the e-mail in separate parts. • Select a higher compression level and try again.
  • Page 406 Code Message Action 12010006 SMTP server connection was Try the following: lost while sending e-mail. • Check that the LAN cable of the scanner and SMTP server is connected properly. • Contact a system administrator to check that then scanner IP address and SMTP server settings are correct.
  • Page 407 Code Message Action 12020003 "From" address was rejected by Contact a system administrator to check the server when sending fax. that the specified e-mail source address is authorized for use on the server. 12020004 "To" address was rejected by Contact a system administrator to check the server when sending fax.
  • Page 408 Code Message Action 12040002 Access to network folder was Try the following: refused. • Contact a system administrator to check whether or not access to the network folder is permitted for the currently logged in user or authenticated user. • Check if the file attribute has been set as hidden.
  • Page 409 FUJITSU scanner service pro- If the error status persists, contact your vider for help FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. 1306002C Insufficient memory. Try turn- System might be unstable. ing the power off and back on Shutdown and press the startup button to again.
  • Page 410 13061002 Error code: xxxxx If the error status persists, contact your 13061003 FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. 83070006 Scanner hardware failure. The Shutdown and press the startup button to administrator should contact the restart the scanner.
  • Page 411 84000003 An error has occurred. The sys- If the problem persists, the administrator tem must be restarted. Any should contact a FUJITSU scanner dealer buffered jobs will be canceled. or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service After restarting the system, if provider.
  • Page 412: User Log

    C.2.3 User Log Code Message Action 00000000 --------------------------- No action required. 12010001 Scanned data size exceeded Try the following: maximum size allowed for e- • Reduce the number of pages to be mail attachments. scanned and send the e-mail in separate parts.
  • Page 413 Code Message Action 12010006 SMTP server connection was Try the following: lost while sending e-mail. • Check that the LAN cable of the scan- ner and SMTP server is connected prop- erly. • Contact a system administrator to check that then scanner IP address and SMTP server settings are correct.
  • Page 414 Code Message Action 12020003 "From" address was rejected by Contact a system administrator to check the server when sending fax. that the specified e-mail source address is authorized for use on the server. 12020004 "To" address was rejected by Contact a system administrator to check the server when sending fax.
  • Page 415 Code Message Action 12040001 Cannot find the network folder Try the following: path. • Check that the LAN cable of the scanner and file server is connected properly. • Check that the file server is working properly. • Contact a system administrator to check that the scanner IP address and network folder settings are correct.
  • Page 416 The administrator should restart the scanner. F4EF0000 contact the FUJITSU scanner If the error status persists, contact your dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized F2010002 FUJITSU scanner service pro- FUJITSU scanner service provider. F2020002 vider for help.
  • Page 417: Appendix D Glossary

    Appendix D Glossary Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide...
  • Page 418: Default Settings

    A4 size A standard international paper size. (210 × 297mm / approximately 8.27 × 11.7inches) A5 size A standard international paper size. (148 × 210mm / approximately 15.83 × 8.27inches) A6 size A standard international paper size. (105 × 148mm / approximately 14.13 × 5.83inches) ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) A unit that allows the user to scan a number of pages consecutively.
  • Page 419 Duplex scan mode A scan mode where both sides of each document sheet are scanned. See also "Simplex scan mode". dpi (dots per inch) Dots per inch. Number of dots lined along one inch. The measurement of resolution nor- mally used for scanners and printers. Higher dpi means better resolution. Executive size A standard international paper size.
  • Page 420: Paper Jam

    Legal size A standard international paper size. (215.9 × 355.6mm / 8.5 × 14inches) Letter size A standard North American paper size. (8.5 × 11inches / 215.9 × 279.4mm) ITU (CCITT) Group 4 compression. A compression method used when the color mode is black and white. Multifeed detection A scanner function which detects accidental feeding of multiple sheets into the ADF.
  • Page 421: Ultrasonic Sensor

    Resolution A measure of the fineness of details or grain of images. The customary metric of resolution is dpi (dots per inch). For any given image, the higher the resolution, the more dots or pixels that can be used, and the greater the resulting fineness of detail that can be expressed. Simplex scan mode A scan mode where only one side of each document sheet is scanned.
  • Page 423: Index

    Index changing the admin password ........61 AC adaptor connector ........4 checking adding the user log ..........259 a contact to the e-mail address book ..187 cleaning ............264 a contact to the fax number list ....197 frequency ..........265 ADF ..............5 the ADF ..........266 ADF paper chute ..........4 the keyboard ...........272 ADF release button ...........4...
  • Page 424 document loading capacity ......318 downloading LAN connector ..........4 the system log .........139 LCD touch panel ........ 4 the system settings ........152 LDAP list ............184 the user logs ..........134 LDAP server .......... 76 location ............53 login ..............177 editing via the network interface ......34 a contact in the e-mail address book ..189 via the scanner’s touch panel ....31...
  • Page 425 regular user ............169 removing obtaining technical support ......165 a network folder ........115 offset ...............66 a network printer ........101 operation logs ..........131 renaming operation messages ........327 a network folder ........112 operations ........... 6 a network printer ........98 output tray ............4 replacement cycle ..........273 replacing the pad assembly ........275 pad assembly ....
  • Page 426 semi-transparent documents ......316 send fax ............196 ultrasonic sensor ..........265 sending updating the scanner's system software ..161 by e-mail ..........180 URL ..............36 by fax ............193 usage status .......... 127 setting user data store ..........150 the date/time ..........55 user log ..........131 the destination for alert notifications ..119 user log summary ..........131 the e-mail server ........83...
  • Page 427 Network Scanner fi-6000NS Operator's Guide P3PC-1852-04ENZ0 Date of issuance: September, 2007 Issuance responsibility: PFU LIMITED The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. PFU LIMITED is not liable whatsoever for any damages resulting from the use of this scanner and procedures described in this manual, profit loss due to defects, and any claims by a third party.

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