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Version 2.0
December 2010
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Xerox
WorkCentre™
5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/
5790

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  • Page 1: Xerox Workcentre

    Version 2.0 December 2010 ® Xerox WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/ 5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 2 ©2011 Xerox Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Unpublished rights reserved under the copyright laws of the United States. Contents of this publication may not be reproduced in any form without permission of Xerox Corporation. XEROX® and XEROX and Design® are trademarks of Xerox Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Xerox WorkCentre Series ........
  • Page 4 SMart eSolutions Setup ............. . 41 Alert Notification .
  • Page 5 Xerox Printer Installer ........
  • Page 6 User Information Database ............173 IP Filtering .
  • Page 7 Enable Xerox Standard Accounting ........
  • Page 8 Auditron ................328 23 Xerox Secure Access Secure Access and Accounting.
  • Page 9: Introduction

    Introduction This guide has been created for System Administrators who need to install, set up and manage printers and other services on their network. To use the procedures in this Guide effectively, System Administrators must have previous experience working in a network environment and must possess Supervisor, Administrator, Account Operator, or equivalent rights to the network.
  • Page 10: Xerox Workcentre Series

    Xerox WorkCentre Series Xerox WorkCentre Series Your device is not simply a conventional copier, it is a digital device capable of copying, faxing, printing and scanning, dependent on your model and configuration. There are two configurations available: • WorkCentre Copier/Printer - a multi-functional digital device capable of copying, printing, faxing (optional), e-mailing and network scanning (optional).
  • Page 11: Related Information Sources

    The System Administrator Guide (this guide) • The User guides • The Xerox website http://www.xerox.com Customer Support If you need assistance during or after product installation, please visit the Xerox website for online solutions and support, http://www.xerox.com WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 12 Xerox WorkCentre Series WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 13: Device Connection And Quick Setup

    Device Connection and Quick Setup This chapter describes how to connect your device to a network and configure Ethernet settings. WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 14: Front View

    Front View Front View Power On/Off Button Document Feeder and Document Glass: Paper Trays 3 and 4: These trays are high Used for scanning single or multiple capacity paper trays. Trays 3 and 4 are documents. The document glass can be used dedicated trays used for 8.5x11”...
  • Page 15: Device Control Panel Overview

    Front View Device Control Panel Overview Services Home Provides access to the services available on the device. Services Returns the display to the previous copy, fax, or scan feature screen when the Status Machine Status screen or screen is selected. Job Status Use to check the progress of active jobs, or display the detailed information of completed jobs.
  • Page 16: Initial Connection

    Front View Initial Connection Follow these steps to physically connect your device to the network. Connect the Power Cable Ensure the device is connected to a suitable power supply and that the power cord is fully plugged in to the electrical outlet. Connect the Ethernet Cable Connect a 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port at the rear of the device and the other end of the cable to your network port.
  • Page 17: Installation Wizard

    Front View Touch [Confirm] to confirm the selection. The device will begin a controlled power down sequence. It remains on for approximately 45 seconds before switching off. Energy Saver Options The device is designed to be energy efficient and automatically reduces its power consumption after periods of inactivity.
  • Page 18: Print A Configuration Report

    Front View Using the left and right arrow buttons select the required date settings for Month, Day and Year. Touch [Next]. The Time Settings screen displays; For Time Format, select either [12 Hour Format] or [24 Hour Format]. Touch the type-in region for [Hours] and [Minutes] and enter the current hour and minute. Touch either [AM] or [PM] if a 12 Hour format was chosen earlier.
  • Page 19: Ethernet Configuration

    Front View To access the Tools pathway, you must log in as a System Administrator as follows: At the device, press the <Log In/Out> button on the Control Panel. The Authentication Login Required screen displays. Touch [Keyboard]. The Authenticated Required - Step 1 of 2 screen displays, enter the Administrator’s username [admin] using the on-screen keyboard, touch [Next].
  • Page 20 Front View Settings, to enable the use of the device web user interface for network and options configuration. If necessary, reset TCP/IP Addressing (including DHCP and DNS settings) and enable HTTP as follows: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Tools pathway as a System Administrator.
  • Page 21: Internet Services

    Internet Services Internet Services Internet Services is the embedded HTTP server application that resides in the device. Internet Services allows Administrators to change network and system settings on the device from the convenience of their desktops. Many of the features available within Internet Services will require an Administrator User Name and Password.
  • Page 22: To Access Internet Services

    The [I Have a Cloning File...] button on the Welcome page lets you copy configuration settings from a compatible Xerox system and apply them to this system. To stop displaying the Welcome page, check the [Don’t Show Welcome Page Again] checkbox.
  • Page 23 Internet Services The Welcome screen displays. Header Panel Main Panel Menu Panel The Internet Services home page contains three panels without visible boundaries. • Header Panel: displays the header for all pages. The header includes the Internet Services logo and model of the device. The header for the WorkCentre series also includes a user mode icon, and the name or type of a logged-in user.
  • Page 24: Access Internet Services As System Administrator

    The default is [admin] and [1111]. Click on the [Login] button. Changing the System Administrator Password Xerox recommends that you change the default System Administrator password after you configure the device for security reasons. To change the System Administrator password:...
  • Page 25: To Setup Http

    Internet Services To Setup HTTP The Internet Services HTTP screen allows the System Administrator to specify the Keep Alive Timeout, Maximum Connections, Port Number and Secure HTTP (SSL) settings. Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator.
  • Page 26: Set A Description For The Device

    Internet Services Click on the [Protocols] link. Note: To see IPv6 Addressing parameters, if desired, click [IP (Internet Protocol)] in the list of Protocols, then click on [IPv6] tab. Select your individual protocol of interest from the displayed list and modify settings to your requirements.
  • Page 27: To Install Print Drivers

    Internet Services Touch the required service you wish to enable. Touch [Enable]. Touch the [Save] button. Press the <Log In/Out> button. Touch [Logout] to exit the Tools Pathway. The service should now be available from the All Services area of the device user interface screen. To View the Service Status on the Internet Services To view the service status on the Internet Services.
  • Page 28 Internet Services WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 29: General Setup

    General Setup Administrator Tools Password The Administrator password is required to access the administrator tools function both from the device touch screen and Internet Services. Access to the administrator tools is necessary to configure the device, network connectivity and optional settings. Note: Certain areas on the web user interface (Internet Services) are protected by the Administrator password, this will require you to log in with the User ID and Password (the default...
  • Page 30: Configure Print Protocols

    Administrator Tools Password Touch the [Machine Information] tab. Touch [Print Reports]. Touch [Print Report]. Touch [Close]. To Prevent the Configuration Report to Print at Power On At the Device: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Tools pathway as a System Administrator.
  • Page 31: Secure Print

    Administrator Tools Password • Copies - allows you to set the default number of copies output by the device, the range is 1- 9999. • Job Type - allows you to select the default job type. • Paper Size - allows you to specify the default paper size from the drop-down menu. •...
  • Page 32: Hold All Jobs

    Administrator Tools Password Hold All Jobs The Hold All Jobs functionality allows jobs submitted to the printer to be held in a public or private queue until the user releases the job at the machine. This saves paper by preventing unwanted jobs being printed automatically.
  • Page 33: Cloning

    Administrator Tools Password Cloning Cloning allows you to copy the settings and web generated scan templates of one device and transfer them to other devices operating with the same version of system software. Depending on the optional features installed on the device, groups of settings can be cloned. For example, scan settings will be available for cloning only if the Workflow Scanning optional feature is already installed on the source device.
  • Page 34: Date And Time

    Administrator Tools Password • Administration • Power Saver • Authentication & Authorization • Templates Configuration • Fax • Job Management To select all the features, click on the [Select All] button. Click on the [View feature Details] link to view the specific parameters that can be cloned for any of the feature.
  • Page 35: Using Ntp

    Administrator Tools Password When the warning dialog appears, touch [Close]. Note: Any changes to these settings will require the device to reboot. Select [Date] tab. For Date Format, select one of the following: • mm/dd/yy • dd/mm/yy • yy/mm/dd Touch the Left and Right arrow, select the required value for the following: •...
  • Page 36: Image Settings

    Administrator Tools Password Select [NTP] in the directory tree. In the Offset of Local Time Zone area select the time offset (in hours) from the [Offset of Greenwich Mean Time] drop-down menu. The default is 0.0. In the Network Time Protocol area: For NTP Enabled, check the [Enabled] checkbox to enable NTP on the device.
  • Page 37 Administrator Tools Password performance. This compression format requires Acrobat 5, with PDF version 1.4 or greater. There are two encoding methods for JBIG2, check both of the following checkboxes for optimal compression: • Enable Arithmetic Encoding • Enable Huffman Encoding Note: Select one option for good compression and improved speed, if neither is selected, there will be no compression or optimal speed.
  • Page 38: Job Management

    Administrator Tools Password Click on the [Apply] button. Scroll to the Workflow Scanning Image Settings area, click on the [Edit] button. In the Searchable XPS PDF & PDF/A Defaults area: For Searchable Options, select [Searchable] and then select one of the following correct languages for your device options: •...
  • Page 39: Internationalization

    Administrator Tools Password At the Device: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Tools pathway as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Tools Pathway as a System Administrator on page 18. From the Tools pathway, select [Device Settings]. Touch the Scroll Down arrow button, touch [Job Operation Rights].
  • Page 40: Custom Services Setup

    Administrator Tools Password • Resume Network Controller Briefly to Poll Novell Print Queues During Sleep Mode - when selected you must specify the interval of time (in seconds) between the polling of the print queues in the Poll Interval during Sleep Mode field. The range is 60 - 1200 seconds. •...
  • Page 41: Smart Esolutions Setup

    Click on the [OK] button when you see the message “Properties have been successfully modified”. SMart eSolutions Setup SMart eSolutions allows the device to automatically send data to Xerox to be used for billing (Meter Assistant), toner replenishment (Supplies Assistant) and remote diagnostics (Maintenance Assistant). SMart eSolutions provides the following features: •...
  • Page 42: Smart Esolutions Information

    Meter Assistant provides detailed information including total counts of impressions, collection times and dates. The meter data is recorded in the Xerox meter readings system and is used for the invoicing of equipment on metered service agreements. The automatic collection of the meter readings will ensure quality and reliability of the data used to manage your service agreements.
  • Page 43: Meter Assistant

    The meter data is recorded in the Xerox service management system. It is used for the invoicing of metered service agreements, and also for evaluating consumable usage against printer performance.
  • Page 44: Supplies Assistant

    Supplies Assistant Eligible devices will automatically be enabled for Supplies Assistant when the device is registered with Xerox. Supplies Assistant manages supply order to ensure the right supplies are supplied on the right time. Supplies Assistant provides data from the device to be used to order supplies.
  • Page 45: Alert Notification

    In the Alert Notification section you can set up groups to notify (by e-mail) when problems occur on the device. Alert notification is configured via Internet Services. Customers can set the Xerox device to notify users or operators of problems as they occur on the device. Alert Notification is configured via Internet Services.
  • Page 46: Local Ui Alerts

    Administrator Tools Password • Machine requires administrator assistance: An alert is generated when an authorized System Administrator is needed to address a problem. • Machine is operational, but degraded: An alert is generated when device is running at reduced efficiency and needs immediate attention. •...
  • Page 47: Billing Information And Usage Counters

    Administrator Tools Password When a user attempts to scan more pages than the Scan Job Memory Notification setting, the device will display a message to show how many pages can be scanned before the device will slow down or be forced to cancel the job.
  • Page 48: Banner Sheet

    Administrator Tools Password Touch [Energy Saver]. The Energy Saver screen displays, select one of the following options: • Intelligent Ready - this option allows the device to wake up and sleep automatically based on previous usage. • Job Activated - this option allows the device to wake up when any activity is detected. Note: If you select Job Activated option, the following options are available: •...
  • Page 49: Service Default

    Administrator Tools Password At your Workstation: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Internet Services as System Administrator on page 24. From the Properties tab, click on the [Services] link. Click on the [Printing] link.
  • Page 50: Job Status Default

    Administrator Tools Password Job Status Default The Job Status Default function allows the System Administrator to select the job status view that will display as the default on the machine's user interface screen when the user presses the <Job Status> button.
  • Page 51: Saving And Reprinting Jobs

    Administrator Tools Password Saving and Reprinting Jobs The Save Job for Reprint feature allows users to store print jobs on the device from their Print Driver, or the Print page of Internet Services, then select the job from the device’s user interface for reprinting. This feature can be enabled and configured by the System Administrator from the Properties tab of Internet Services (the series of web pages, hosted on the embedded HTTP server of the device).
  • Page 52: Online/Offline

    Administrator Tools Password In the Settings area: Select [FTP] from the [Protocol] drop-down menu. Note: Only FTP is available. Select either the [IP Address], [IPv4 Address] or [Host Name] radio button for your FTP server. Enter details of the repository server in the [IP Address: Port] or [Host Name: Port] field. For [Document Path], specify the path to the file repository.
  • Page 53: Software Upgrade Via Network Connection

    Software Upgrade process. Prepare for the Upgrade Obtain the new software upgrade file for your device from the www.xerox.com website or from your Xerox Customer Support Representative. Download the upgrade file to a local or network drive. You will be able to delete the file after the upgrade procedure.
  • Page 54 Administrator Tools Password Select [Upgrades] in the directory tree. In the Upgrades area, check the [Enabled] checkbox to enable Machine Software upgrades. Click on the [Apply] button. Click on the [OK] button when you see the message “Properties have been successfully modified”.
  • Page 55: Set The Auto Upgrade Time

    Administrator Tools Password Contact your Xerox Customer Support Representative to make certain that Auto Upgrading is appropriate for your device. Otherwise, refer to Upgrades on page 53 for manual upgrade instructions. Press the <Log In/Out> button. Touch [Logout] to exit the Tools pathway.
  • Page 56 Administrator Tools Password WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 57: Internet Services

    Internet Services This chapter explains how to enable and use the Internet Services feature of the device. The Internet Services feature uses the embedded HTTP Server on the device. This allows you to communicate with the device through a web browser and gives you access to the Internet or intranet. Entering the IP Address of the device as the URL (Universal Resource Locator) in the browser provides direct access to the device.
  • Page 58: Access Internet Services

    Access Internet Services Instructions to access Internet Services: Open the web browser from your Workstation. In the URL field, enter http:// followed by the IP Address of the device. For example: If the IP Address is 192.168.100.100, enter the following into the URL field: http://192.168.100.100. Press <Enter>...
  • Page 59: Status

    Trained - System Administrator needed to fix this problem. • Untrained - normal user can fix this problem. • Field Service - Xerox support needed to fix this problem. • Management - network administrator needed to fix this problem. •...
  • Page 60: Billing Information And Usage Counters

    Click on the [Refresh] button to view the current billing information in the Total Impressions area. Usage Counters The Billing Meter area shows the date and number of impressions that were notified to the Xerox Communication Server, if this has been set up.
  • Page 61: Trays

    Status For each unit, the Life Remaining icon describes the current supply level as a percentage and provides a bar graph visual display. Trays The Trays page allows you to view paper supply setup and paper output. At your Workstation, open the web browser and enter the IP Address of the device in the Address bar, and press <Enter>.
  • Page 62: Jobs

    Jobs Jobs The Jobs tab displays a list of active and completed jobs. You can also delete jobs in this tab. Note: The details displayed may differ from those shown on the device’s touch screen. Active Jobs The Active Jobs page displays information about the active job list on the device: At your Workstation, open the web browser and enter the IP Address of the device in the Address bar, and press <Enter>.
  • Page 63: Manage Folders

    Jobs Manage Folders The Manage Folders screen allows you to manage folders on the device; you can rename a folder, delete a folder and change folder permissions. In the Folders Operations area, click on the [Manage Folder] link. To Delete: Check the checkbox for the folder you want to delete.
  • Page 64: Print

    Print Print Print-ready documents can be quickly and easily submitted for printing using the Job Submission page. A print-ready document is a file that has been formatted and saved for printing from the source application or the Print to File checkbox was selected in the Print Driver. The following file formats can be printed from the Job Submission page: •...
  • Page 65: Address Book

    Address Book Address Book This tab allows you to view and setup an address book on the device. This tab also allows you to import external address book, export the device address book. You can download a sample of the address book.
  • Page 66: General Setup

    Properties General Setup Configuration Report The Configuration page displays the following information: • Configuration • Report Profile • Machine Profile • Installed Options • Printer Setup • Interpreter Profiles • Network Setup • Custom Service Setup • Workflow Scanning Setup •...
  • Page 67: Support

    Support Support The Internet Services Support page provides easy access to the Xerox website. The page can also be set up to show Xerox support telephone numbers and the contact details for the System Administrator. To Edit Xerox Support or System Administrator Contact Details.
  • Page 68 Support WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 69: Network Installation

    Network Installation This chapter explains how to set up the device to operate in different network environments and configure network protocols. • Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista Environment on page 70 • Windows 2000/2003 using AppleTalk on page 76 • Windows using Microsoft (R) Networking on page 79 •...
  • Page 70: Windows 2000/2003/Xp/Vista Environment

    Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista Environment Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista Environment Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: For Static IP Address For Dynamic IP Address • Existing operational network utilizing the TCP/IP • Existing operational network utilizing the TCP/IP protocol.
  • Page 71: For Dynamic Ip Address

    Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista Environment Touch [Subnet and Gateway], the Subnet and Gateway screen displays. For IP Gateway, touch each octet under the title and enter IP Gateway address using the numerical keypad. Repeat this process for the Subnet Mask. When you are finished, touch [Save] to accept the changes and return to the TCP/IP Settings screen.
  • Page 72 Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista Environment Touch [Save], then touch [Close] to return to the Tools pathway. DNS/DDNS Configuration From the Tools pathway, touch [Network Settings]. Touch [Network Setup]. Touch [TCP IP]. Touch [TCP/IP Settings]. Touch [DNS Configuration], the DNS Configuration screen displays. This feature will be inaccessible (grayed out) if TCP/IP protocol is not enabled.
  • Page 73: Install Print Drivers

    Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista Environment Install Print Drivers Create a New Print Queue (for Windows Verify that LPR Port Monitor is Loaded (for 2000/2003/XP) Windows Vista) 1. At your workstation, load the Print and Fax 1. At your workstation, click on [Start], [Control Drivers CD into your CD drive.
  • Page 74 Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista Environment 12. Select the required driver. 13. Click on [Open] and then [OK]. 14. Select the model of your machine from the list. Click on [Next]. 15. The Name your Printer screen displays. Enter a printer name and click on [Next]. 16.
  • Page 75: Configuration Cloning

    Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista Environment Configure the Print Driver - Manually To configure the Print Driver without using bi-directional communication return to the Configuration tab within the Properties of the Print Driver. Click on [Installable Options]. Select the options that are installed on the device. Click on [OK].
  • Page 76: Windows 2000/2003 Using Appletalk

    Windows 2000/2003 using AppleTalk Windows 2000/2003 using AppleTalk Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: • An existing operational AppleTalk network with Macintosh workstation computers equipped with Ethernet network interface cards. •...
  • Page 77: At Your Workstation

    Windows 2000/2003 using AppleTalk At your Workstation Right-click on [My Network Places]. Select [Properties]. Right mouse click on the network connection you want to configure AppleTalk on, and then click on [Properties]. The Connection Properties dialog box opens. On the General tab, if the AppleTalk Protocol is in the list of installed protocols, make sure that it is selected.
  • Page 78: Configure The Print Driver

    Windows 2000/2003 using AppleTalk Configure the Print Driver If your device has any installable options fitted then these should be set in the driver, for example, a High Capacity Feeder or a Finisher. At your Desktop Select [Start], ([Settings]) and then [Printers]/[Printers and Faxes]. Right-click on the appropriate printer icon and select [Properties].
  • Page 79: Windows Using Microsoft (R) Networking

    Windows using Microsoft (R) Networking Windows using Microsoft Networking NetBIOS over IP Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: • An existing operational network utilizing the TCP/IP protocol. • A Static IP Address for the machine. •...
  • Page 80 Windows using Microsoft (R) Networking Touch [TCP/IP-Line Printer], in the TCP/IP - Line Printer screen, Touch [Enable], to enable the option. If you wish to change the LPR port for your device, touch the port number area and enter the desired port number using the numerical keypad.
  • Page 81 Windows using Microsoft (R) Networking At your Workstation Select [Start], ([Settings]) and then [Printers]/[Printers and Faxes]. Double-click on the [Add Printer] button and click on [Next]. The Add Printer Wizard displays. Select [A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer].
  • Page 82: Netbeui Over Ip

    Windows using Microsoft (R) Networking 10. Click on [OK] to close the Properties box. 11. Right-click on the printer icon in the Printers folder and select [Printing Preferences]. 12. Ensure the Paper/Output tab is selected and click the [More Status] button at the bottom of the window.
  • Page 83 Windows using Microsoft (R) Networking For Transport, select [NetBEUI/Ethernet]. Touch [Save] to return to the Microsoft (R) Network screen. Touch [Workgroup and Host]. In the Workgroup and Host screen: For Workgroup Name, touch detail bar. Touch [Clear Text] to clear the default name, enter Name using the on-screen keyboard. To access more characters, touch [123] on the user interface.
  • Page 84 Windows using Microsoft (R) Networking Double-click on the name of the [WorkGroup] for the device as shown on the Configuration Report. Double-click on the name of the [SMB Host Name] for the printer as shown on the Configuration Report. Select the [Printer Share Name] of the printer as shown on the Configuration Report. 10.
  • Page 85: Ip Configuration In A Mac Environment

    IP Configuration in a Mac Environment IP Configuration in a Mac Environment Apple LPR Printing Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: • An existing operational network utilizing the TCP/IP protocol. •...
  • Page 86 IP Configuration in a Mac Environment If you wish to change the LPR port for your device, touch the port number area and enter the desired port number using the numerical keypad. Note: While you can change the port number at which your machine will accept LPR print jobs it is recommended that you do this ONLY with extreme caution as most LPR spoolers are set to send print jobs to the default port.
  • Page 87: Static Ip Addressing

    IP Configuration in a Mac Environment Static IP Addressing At the Machine Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Tools pathway as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Tools Pathway as a System Administrator on page 18. From the Tools pathway, touch [Network Settings].
  • Page 88 IP Configuration in a Mac Environment DNS Configuration From the Tools pathway, touch [Network Settings]. Touch [Network Setup]. Touch [TCP IP]. Touch [TCP/IP Settings]. Touch [DNS Configuration], the DNS Configuration screen displays. This feature will be inaccessible (grayed out) if TCP/IP protocol is not enabled. Touch the [Domain Name] button.
  • Page 89: Apple Print Queue

    Double-click to open the folder containing the drivers for your Mac OS version. Double-click to open the [machine model.dmg] file. The Xerox Printer Installer dialog box appears. Click on [Continue]. Click on [Continue] and then [Agree] to accept the License Agreement.
  • Page 90: At The Machine

    IP Configuration in a Mac Environment • An existing operational AppleTalk® network. • The AppleTalk Name you wish to assign to your printer. • The AppleTalk Zone (if used) in which your printer will reside. • Ethernet Cable. • The CentreWare Print and Fax Drivers CD (delivered with your machine). Review any README file contained with the Print Drivers.
  • Page 91 Double-click to open the folder containing the drivers for your Mac OS version. Double-click to open the [machine model.dmg] file. The Xerox Printer Installer dialog box appears. Click on [Continue]. Click on [Continue] and then [Agree] to accept the License Agreement.
  • Page 92: Network Configuration

    Network Configuration Network Configuration This section explains how to set up the device to operate in a Windows TCP/IP environment. The following information is provided: • Configure Static IP Address using the Device on page 92 • Configure Dynamic Addressing on page 94 •...
  • Page 93 Network Configuration • Static IP Address for the device. • Subnet Mask Address for the device. • Gateway Address for the device. • Host Name for the device. • Ethernet Cable. • Print and Fax Drivers CD (delivered with your device). Enter a Static IP Address Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Tools pathway as a System...
  • Page 94: Configure Dynamic Addressing

    Network Configuration DNS/DDNS Configuration From the Tools pathway, touch [Network Settings]. Touch [Network Setup]. Touch [TCP IP]. Touch [TCP/IP Settings]. Touch [DNS Configuration], the DNS Configuration screen displays. Note: This feature will be inaccessible (grayed out) if TCP/IP protocol is not enabled. Touch the [Domain Name] button.
  • Page 95 Network Configuration Installation via DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) DHCP is enabled on the device by default. If the device is connected to the network, the TCP/IP information will be configured when the device is powered on and no further configuration is required. Print a Configuration Report to verify that TCP/IP information is correct.
  • Page 96: Configure Ip Settings Using Internet Services

    Network Configuration Configure IP Settings using Internet Services Note: TCP/IP and HTTP should have been initially configured, refer to Enable TCP/IP and HTTP at the Device on page 19 of this guide. IPv4 Note: To configure TCP/IP Settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Internet Services as System Administrator on page 24.
  • Page 97: Ipv6

    Network Configuration For Dynamic DNS Registration, check the [Enabled] checkbox to enable Dynamic DNS Registration (DDNS). Note: If your DNS Server does not support dynamic updates there is no need to enable DDNS. In the DHCP/DDNS area: For Release Registration, check the [Enabled] checkbox, ONLY if you wish to release this device's IP Address upon reboot.
  • Page 98 Network Configuration In the Stateless Addresses area: The Link-Local Address is automatically populated. This is a network address which is intended only for use in a local data link layer network, and not routed beyond that network. Link-local addresses are often used for network address auto-configuration where no external source of network addressing information is available.
  • Page 99 Network Configuration The Default Gateway will display the link-local address of the router (known in IPv4 as the default gateway). 10. The device can be configured with up to 4 manual IPv6 addresses, in the Manual Address Options area: Check the [Enable Manual Address] checkbox to enable Router Prefix attachment. The Router Prefix is derived from router advertisements.
  • Page 100: Configure Slp

    Network Configuration Configure SLP Configure Service Location Protocol (SLP) if needed to support CUPS, Mac OS, and NetWare. SLP is used to announce and look up services on a local network. When SLP is enabled, the device becomes a Service Agent (SA) and announces its services on the network to User Agents (UA), who search for services, using SLP.
  • Page 101: Configure Ftp

    Network Configuration Configure FTP This page allows you to set the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) mode when FTP is selected as the protocol to be used for network filing services. The following features use network filing services: • Workflow Scanning •...
  • Page 102: Snmp (Simple Network Management Protocol)

    Changes made to the GET or SET community names for this device will require corresponding GET or SET community name changes for each application which uses the SNMP protocol to communicate with this device (for example, Xerox PrinterMap, Xerox Internet Services, any 3rd party network management applications).
  • Page 103 Enter the required data in the [Privacy Password] and [Confirm Privacy Password] field. In the Print Drivers/Remote Clients Account area: Check the [Account Enabled] checkbox to Create an account for bi-directional Print Drivers and Xerox remote clients. WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 104: Snmp Advanced Settings

    If you want to reset to the default Password, click on the [Reset] button. Note: This account allows Xerox Clients and Drivers a limited amount of access to objects on the device. If the device does not have SNMP v1/v2c enabled, and does not have this account enabled, Xerox SNMP based clients will not be able to communicate with it.
  • Page 105 Network Configuration • Printer Traps • Job Monitoring Traps • Cold Start Generic Traps • Warm Start Generic Traps • Authentication Failure Generic Traps (Status: Enabled) Note: When Authentication Failure Generic Traps is disabled, traps of this type will not be sent by this device.
  • Page 106 Network Configuration • Authentication Failure Generic Traps (Status: Enabled) Note: When Authentication Failure Generic Traps is disabled, traps of this type will not be sent by this Device. To enable Authentication Failure Generic Traps, go to SNMP Properties from the main SNMP Configuration page.
  • Page 107: Ssdp (Simple Service Discovery Protocol)

    Network Configuration SSDP (Simple Service Discovery Protocol) Allows you to configure the SSDP (Simple Service Discovery Protocol) for Universal Plug and Play settings on the device. SSDP provides a mechanism where by network clients, with little or no static configuration, can discover network services. SSDP accomplishes this by providing for multicast discovery support as well as server based notification and discovery routing.
  • Page 108: Microsoft Networking

    Network Configuration Microsoft Networking Configure Microsoft Networking Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Internet Services as System Administrator on page 24. From the Properties tab, click on the [Connectivity] link. Click on the [Protocols] link.
  • Page 109 Network Configuration Enter the IP Address in the [Secondary Server IP Address] of a Secondary Server. Note: If DHCP is configured, WINS IP Address(es) will be overridden. Note: WINS may be used for Address Resolution in addition to DNS. Microsoft Networking needs to be enabled for the device to register services with WINS.
  • Page 110: Lpr/Lpd

    Network Configuration LPR/LPD This page allows the System Administrator to select and edit LPR/LPD (Line Printer Remote/Line Printer Daemon) options. LPR/LPD is a common TCP/IP printing protocol in Unix environment to establish connections between the device and the workstations on a network. Note: TCP/IP and HTTP should have been initially configured, refer to Enable TCP/IP and HTTP at...
  • Page 111 Network Configuration Click on the [Apply] button to accept changes or [Undo] to return the settings to their previous value. Click on the [OK] button when you see the message “Properties have been successfully modified”. WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 112: Raw Tcp/Ip Printing

    Network Configuration Raw TCP/IP Printing Note: TCP/IP must be enabled before Raw TCP/IP Printing is enabled. Raw TCP/IP is a printing method used to open a TCP socket-level connection, over Port 9100, to stream a print-ready file to the printer's input buffer, and then to close the connection after sensing an End Of Job indicator in the Page Description Language, or after expiration of a preset timeout value.
  • Page 113: Smtp (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)

    Network Configuration In the Job Boundary Determination area: For End of Job Timeout, enter the required time between 0 and 1800, for the device to wait for the data received through the port before terminating the job. For Control D Marks End of PostScript Job, check the [Enabled] checkbox, when enabled, the “Ctrl-d”...
  • Page 114 Network Configuration Click on the [Protocols] link. Select [SMTP Server] in the directory tree. In the Required Information area, select one of the following: • Use DNS (to identify SMTP Server) - Use this to allow the DNS to automatically find an IP address of the mail server.
  • Page 115: Ldap

    Network Configuration LDAP Note: LDAP support is only available on the device. Configuration of the LDAP directory settings requires the network to support LDAP services. LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is a popular protocol used by large accounts to access large quantities of data including corporate address books.
  • Page 116 Network Configuration Select the server type from the [LDAP Server] drop-down menu. In the Optional Information area: Enter the search directory location of the server where the LDAP information is stored in the [Search Directory Root] field. For Login Credentials to Access LDAP Server, select one of the following: •...
  • Page 117 To Configure Authorization Access LDAP server user groups can be used to control access to certain areas of the Xerox device. For example, the LDAP server may contain a group of users called ‘Admin’. You can configure the ‘Admin’ group on WorkCentre™...
  • Page 118 Network Configuration the device so that the members of that group will have administrator access to the device. When a user logs in at the device with their network authentication account, the device performs an LDAP look-up to determine if the user is a member of any groups, (LDAP server will find members nested down five levels of a group.
  • Page 119 LDAP directory under which all users and groups will be retrieved. Distinguished name is a unique name for an entry in your LDAP directory. For example: cn=USERID, o=xerox, c=us. Note: Many UNIX/Linux LDAP servers require this attribute to be set and is used frequently when Login Credentials to Access LDAP Server is set to [Authenticated User].
  • Page 120 Network Configuration In the field provided, type in the LDAP search string (filter) that you wish to apply. The filter defines a series of conditions that the LDAP search must fulfill in order to return the information you seek. The form of the typed search string (filter) is LDAP objects placed inside parentheses.
  • Page 121: Configure Pop3 Setup

    Network Configuration Configure POP3 Setup The POP3 (Post Office Protocol version 3) allows retrieval of mail with the Internet Fax feature from remote servers over TCP/IP on network port 110. Internet Fax must be installed on your device to access POP3 information. Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator.
  • Page 122: Configure Http

    Network Configuration Configure HTTP Hyper text transfer protocol, HTTP is a protocol (utilizing TCP) to transfer hypertext requests and information between clients and servers. Enable HTTP at the Device By default HTTP is enabled. If disabled, you will need to enable it at the device before accessing Internet Services.
  • Page 123: Proxy Server

    Network Configuration Proxy Server A proxy server is a server that acts as a go-between for requests from clients seeking resources from other servers. A client connects to the proxy server and requests service. The proxy server filters the request against its filtering rules and if it meets the rule it allows the connection.
  • Page 124: Ntp

    Network Configuration NTP (Network Time Protocol) is used to set the date and time of the system at start and every subsequent 24 hour period, as well as any time the NTP parameters are modified. This feature ensures that the device’s time stays synchronized with the NTP server specified. If the device is configured to use DHCP, an NTP server, or the GMT offset is provided by the DHCP server, then the data entered here will be overwritten by the corresponding DHCP retrieved items.
  • Page 125: Wsd

    Network Configuration WSD (Web Services for Devices) is a technology from Microsoft, which provides a standard method for discovering and using network connected devices, and is supported in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 environments. WSD is one of the several supported communication protocols. WSD (Web Services for Devices) specifies a lightweight subset of the overall Web services protocol suite that is appropriate for network-connected devices.
  • Page 126: Apple Talk

    Network Configuration Apple Talk Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: • An existing operational AppleTalk network with Macintosh workstation computers equipped with Ethernet network interface cards. • The AppleTalk Name you wish to assign to your printer. •...
  • Page 127: Netware

    Network Configuration NetWare NetWare is a network operating systems developed by Novell that supports DOS, Windows, OS/2 and Mac. NetWare is the most widely-used LAN control program. It is a stand-alone operating system that runs in the server. Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: •...
  • Page 128 Click on the [OK] button when you see the message “Properties have been successfully modified”. NDPS/NEPS For The Xerox NDPS/NEPS Agent, documentation, and Print Drivers visit the Xerox website at www.xerox.com. Novell Distributed Print Services (NDPS)/Novell Enterprise Print Services (NEPS) are products built on Novell's printing architecture.
  • Page 129 Network Configuration The Xerox NDPS/NEPS Solution allows you to use Novell NDPS/NEPS with many of the latest Xerox printers. It includes administrative tools that snap-in to NWAdmin that allows users to easily configure and manage their network print services. It also has a set of NetWare Loadable modules that run on the NetWare server.
  • Page 130: As400 Raw Tcp/Ip Printing To Port 9100 (Crtdevprt)

    Network Configuration AS400 Raw TCP/IP Printing to Port 9100 (CRTDEVPRT) This is the procedure to set up printing to a device from an AS400 using the SNMP drivers. This procedure is intended for users familiar with the AS400 system, especially those experienced with printing in an AS400 environment.
  • Page 131 Leave all other options set to the default values. Press <Enter>, A message indicates that you have created the device Xerox printer. Power on the device and start a print writer. Place a spool file in the appropriate queue to test the printer.
  • Page 132 Network Configuration • Writers to autostart: 1 • Queue for writer messages: QSYSOPR • Library: *LIBL • Connection type: *IP • Destination type: *OTHER • Transform SCS to ASCII: *YES • Manufacturer type and model: *IBM42011 ***SEE NOTE BELOW*** • Workstation customizing object: xxxxxxxx (leave as default) •...
  • Page 133: Unix

    Network Configuration UNIX HP-UX Client (Version 10.x) HP-UX workstations require specific installation steps to communicate with the machine. The machine is a BSD-style UNIX printer, whereas HP-UX is a System Vstyle UNIX. Note: All UNIX commands are case-sensitive, so enter the commands exactly as they are written. Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: •...
  • Page 134 Network Configuration • [Remote System Name: hostname]. Where hostname is the machine hostname from the /etc/hosts file. • Select [Remote Printer is on a BSD System] and click on [OK] to complete form. Click on [Yes] at the Configure HP UX Printers Subpanel screen. This screen may be obscured by the Add Remote Printer/Plotter form.
  • Page 135: Solaris 2.X

    Network Configuration Solaris 2.x Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: • Ensure that the correct IP Address is being used for the machine. To verify this, print a Configuration Report from the machine. At the Device: Press the <Machine Status>...
  • Page 136: Sco Unix Environment

    Network Configuration Define the machine as a BSD style printer. Type [lpsystem -t bsd hostname]. Where hostname is the machine hostname from the /etc/hosts file. Create the queue. Type [lpadmin -p queuename -s hostname -T unknown -I any]. Where queuename is the name of the queue being created. Type [exit] to exit the Bourne shell and [exit] to exit super user mode.
  • Page 137 Network Configuration Select [Host:Exit]. Select [File: Close this directory]. Select [File: Close this directory]. 10. Click on [Save] at the Warning Confirmation window. 11. Type [exit] to log out of root account. 12. Open UNIX Window. tty Method Type [su] to become super user. Type [rlpconf] to create a printer.
  • Page 138 Network Configuration Physical Connection displays the physical network connection, this will always display “Ethernet”. Up to three ports may be enabled and configured, in the Port Information area: For Port 1 Leave the [TCP Port Number] set to 9100. If two additional ports are available, click on [Default All] to see if they set to 9101 and 9102 respectively (emulating HP JetDirect EX Plus 3).
  • Page 139 Installing the Xerox PPD on the workstation The Xerox PPD for CUPS is available on one of the CD-ROMs that came with your printer. From the CD- ROM, with root privileges copy the PPD into your CUPS ppd folder on your workstation. If you are unsure of the folder's location, use the Find command to locate the ppd's.
  • Page 140 Network Configuration WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 141: Print Drivers

    Print Drivers This chapter summarizes the Print Driver features and functions. You can use Internet Services to configure the Print Drivers. • Windows 2000/2003 Server on page 142 • Windows 2000 Professional on page 144 • Windows XP on page 147 •...
  • Page 142: Windows 2000/2003 Server

    Xerox Printer Installer to discover the printer and install drivers. To use the Xerox Printer Installer locate the Internet Services Print and Fax Drivers CD-ROM delivered with your device and follow the instructions contained in the Internet Services Print and Fax Drivers Guide for Microsoft Windows.
  • Page 143 Windows 2000/2003 Server Check the checkbox to select [Print Services for UNIX]. Click on [OK]. Click on [Next]. 10. Close the [Add/Remove Programs] window. Add the Printer From the [Start] menu, select [Settings] and then [Printers]/[Printers and Faxes]. Double-click [Add Printer] and click on [Next]. Select [Local Printer] (Windows 2000) or [Local Printer attached to this computer] (Windows 2003) and uncheck [Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer].
  • Page 144: Windows 2000 Professional

    This section provides instructions on how to install the Print Drivers manually. However, you can use Xerox Printer Installer to find the printer and install drivers. To use the Xerox Printer Installer locate the Print and Fax Drivers disc delivered with your device and follow the instructions contained in the Guide for Microsoft Windows.
  • Page 145 Windows 2000 Professional Double-click on [Add Printer] and then click [Next]. Verify that [Network Printer] is selected and click on [Next]. The Locate Your Printer screen will appear. Select the [Type the Printer Name] option or click on [Next] to browse for a printer. Enter the path to the printer or click on [Next] to browse for the print queue created on your server.
  • Page 146 Windows 2000 Professional Enter the IP Address of the printer. Enter a name for the print queue and click [OK]. You will be prompted for a Print Driver. Select [Have Disk] and browse to the location of your Print Driver. 10.
  • Page 147: Windows Xp

    Xerox Printer Installer to discover the printer and install drivers. To use the Xerox Printer Installer locate the Internet Services Print and Fax Drivers disc delivered with your device and follow the instructions contained in the Internet Services Print and Fax Drivers Guide for Microsoft Windows.
  • Page 148 Windows XP The Specify a Printer screen will appear. Select one of the following: • Connect to this printer - if you know the name of the server and printer. • Find a printer in the directory - to browse for the print queue created on your server. Click on [Next].
  • Page 149 Windows XP 12. When the Install from Disk screen appears, verify that the path and file name are correct, then click on [OK]. 13. Select the model of your device from the list. Click on [Next]. 14. The Name your Printer screen appears. Enter a printer name. 15.
  • Page 150: Windows Vista

    Xerox Printer Installer to discover the printer and install drivers. To use the Xerox Printer Installer locate the Internet Services Print and Fax Drivers disc delivered with your device and follow the instructions contained in the Internet Services Print and Fax Drivers Guide for Microsoft Windows.
  • Page 151 Windows Vista In the Find Printers pop-up menu, enter the name of the printer you are trying find in the [Name] field, and click on [Find now]. Note: Ensure [Entire Directory] is selected from the In drop-down menu. 10. Select your printer from the list and click on [OK]. 11.
  • Page 152 Windows Vista 12. The You’ve successfully added... pop-up window will display, you can print a test page by clicking on the [Print a test page]. 13. Click on [Finish]. Configure the Print Driver If your device has any installable options fitted then these should be set in the driver, for example, a High Capacity Feeder or a Finisher.
  • Page 153: Apple Macintosh 10.X

    Apple Macintosh 10.X Apple Macintosh 10.X Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: • Verify the AppleTalk settings have been configured properly on the device by printing a Configuration Report. To print a Configuration Report, go to the Device Press the <Machine Status>...
  • Page 154 20. Enter the IP Address of the printer. 21. Enter a name for the print queue. (You may leave this blank if you prefer). 22. Select [Xerox] from the Printer Model list. 23. Select your printer model from the Model Name list.
  • Page 155: Authentication

    Authentication is used to verify that a user accessing the device is a valid user. The user’s authentication details are verified either remotely by a network authentication server, locally by an internal database on the device, or by a card reader or authentication solution with the Xerox Secure Access feature.
  • Page 156: Authentication Configuration

    • User There are two options for Authorization: • Username / Password Validated Locally on the Xerox Machine - refers to the database included on your device. • Username / Password Validated Remotely on the Network - refers to networked server/databases that will provide authentication of user login details.
  • Page 157: Authentication Configuration (Network Authentication)

    Access and for the Scan-to Home home directory to be automatically set to that of the logged in user. 12. Click on the [Save] button to save the new settings and return to the Xerox Access Setup page. Procedure (Subsequent Use) The following steps are written as subsequent use, assuming that the initial Authentication Configuration has previously been completed.
  • Page 158 12. Click [Save] to confirm the changes and return to the Xerox Access Setup page.. 13. Select [Logout] in the upper right corner of your screen if you are still logged in as Administrator, and click on the [Logout] button.
  • Page 159 [Custom Access] and lock or unlock the various pathways and features as required. 13. Click [Save] to confirm the changes and return to the Xerox Access Setup page.. 14. Select [Logout] in the upper right corner of your screen if you are still logged in as Administrator, and click on the [Logout] button.
  • Page 160 11. Click [Save] to confirm the changes and return to the Xerox Access Setup page. 12. Select [Logout] in the upper right corner of your screen if you are still logged in as Administrator, and click on the [Logout] button.
  • Page 161 Used when Remotely on the Network is selected for Authorization. LDAP server user groups can be used to control access to certain areas of the Xerox device. For example, the LDAP server may contain a group of users called ‘Admin’. You can configure the ‘Admin’ group on the device so that the members of that group will have administrator access to the device.
  • Page 162: Local Authentication

    • In the Accounting Administrator Access [Access Group] field, enter the name of a group, defined at the LDAP server, that you want to provide with accounting administrator access to the device. To verify either group, enter a name of one of the members of the LDAP server group in the [User Name box], then click on the [Test] button.
  • Page 163 [Custom Access] and lock or unlock the various pathways and features as required. Click [Save] to confirm the changes and return to the Xerox Access Setup page.. Select [Logout] in the upper right corner of your screen if you are still logged in as Administrator, and click on the [Logout] button.
  • Page 164: Xerox Secure Access

    Xerox Secure Access System Administrators can configure the device so that users must be authenticated and authorized before they can access specific services or areas. Xerox Secure Access provides a means of authenticating users via an authentication server and optional card reader.
  • Page 165 Enter the details in the [Path] field. Under the Device Log In Methods heading, select one of the following: • Xerox Secure Access Device Only (e.g., Swipe Cards - if you want to allow the user to swipe their swipe cards at the UI. •...
  • Page 166: Enable Web User Interface Authentication

    From the Properties tab, click on the [Security] link. Click on the [Authentication] link and select [Setup] in the directory tree. The Xerox Access Setup page is displayed. In the Authentication, Authorization and Personalization area click on the [Edit...] button.
  • Page 167 [Custom Access] and lock or unlock the various pathways and features as required. Click [Save] to confirm the changes and return to the Xerox Access Setup page.. 10. Select [Logout] in the upper right corner of your screen if you are still logged in as Administrator, and click on the [Logout] button.
  • Page 168 WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 169: Security

    Security This chapter describes how to configure the following Security features for the device: • Email Encryption and Signing on page 171 • FIPS 140-2 Encryption on page 172 • User Data Encryption on page 173 • User Information Database on page 173 •...
  • Page 170: Security @ Xerox

    Security @ Xerox Security @ Xerox For the latest information on securely installing, setting up and operating your device see the Xerox Security Information website located at www.xerox.com/security. WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 171: Email Encryption And Signing

    Email Encryption and Signing Email Encryption and Signing Email Encryption and Signing allow users to ensure that Emails sent from the device are signed and/or encrypted. Signed e-mails can be sent to any address the user specifies and encrypted email can be sent to any recipient with a valid security certificate.
  • Page 172: Fips 140-2 Encryption

    FIPS 140-2 Encryption FIPS 140-2 Encryption The 140 series of Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) are U.S. government computer security standards that specify requirements for cryptography modules. Your device supports FIPS 140- 2 Level 1 only. To Enable FIPS 140-2 Encryption Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator.
  • Page 173: User Data Encryption

    User Data Encryption User Data Encryption User Data Encryption ensures all data or job-sensitive data on the device’s hard drive is protected. User Data Encryption is automatically enabled on the device and no further configuration is required by the administrator. When enabled, the data on the hard drive will not be meaningful when the hard drive has been separated from the device it was originally installed on.
  • Page 174 User Data Encryption Select [Setup] in the directory tree. On the User Information Database page, click on the [Add New User] button. On the Add New User page, in the User Identification area: Enter a login name that the user will enter to gain access to the device or the Internet Services in the [User Name] field.
  • Page 175: Password Settings

    User Data Encryption Click on the [Properties] tab. If prompted, enter details in the [User ID] and [Password] fields. Click on the [Login] button. From the Properties tab, click on the [User Information Database] link. Select [Setup] in the directory tree. On the Edit User page: In the User Identification area, edit any relevant field.
  • Page 176: Ip Filtering

    User Data Encryption IP Filtering The IP Filtering security feature provides the ability to prevent unauthorized network access based on IP Address and/or port number filtering rules set by the System Administrator using Internet Services. Authorized users will be able to create IP Address filtering rules. Authorized users can enter a list of addresses that are allowed access to the device, and/or a list of addresses that are not allowed access to the device.
  • Page 177: Audit Log

    User Data Encryption Enter a number for the [Source IP Mask] to which this rule will apply. The allowable range of 0 to 32 corresponds to the 32 bit binary number comprising IP Addresses. A number of 8, for example, represents a Class A address (mask of 255, 0, 0, 0). The number 16 represents a Class B address (mask of 255, 255, 0, 0).
  • Page 178: Event Id

    User Data Encryption To View the Audit Log Note: Copy jobs and Embedded Fax jobs are not recorded in the Audit Log. The completion status of both types of jobs can be checked by viewing the applicable Completed Job Log entries. Note: For a LAN Fax job, the event in the Audit Log will be recorded under the title of “print/driver fax”.
  • Page 179: Security Certificate Management

    • comp-terminated - the job was cancelled. Identify the PC or User To record the user's name in the Audit Log, Network Authentication must be configured on the Xerox device. IIO Status If IIO (Immediate Image Overwrite) is enabled, this column will show the status of overwrites completed on each job.
  • Page 180 Windows 2000 running Certificate Services, can be uploaded to the device. Note: A separate request is required for each Xerox device. With SSL enabled (from the Connectivity/Protocols/HTTP selections of the Properties tab of Internet Services), and a digital certificate installed, remote users accessing the system over an HTTP-based interface are assured of having their network communications protected against eavesdropping and tampering, using strong encryption.
  • Page 181 Security Certificates page. Note: A Xerox Device Certificate is inherently less secure than installing a certificate signed by a trusted, third party Certificate Authority (CA). However, specifying a self-signed certificate is the easiest way to start using SSL.
  • Page 182 User Data Encryption To create a Certificate Signing Request: Select the CA-Signed Device Certificate(s) tab. Click the [Create Certificate Signing Request (CSR)] button. Complete the Certificate Signing Request (CSR) form with details for: • 2 Letter Country Code • State/Province Name •...
  • Page 183: Ip Sec

    User Data Encryption Click [View/Save]. The certificate details are displayed. IP Sec IP Sec (IP Security) consists of the IP Authentication Header and IP Encapsulating Security Payload protocols, that secure IP communications at the network layer of the group of protocols, using both authentication and data encryption techniques.
  • Page 184: Host Groups

    User Data Encryption An IPsec Policy is a set of conditions, configuration options and security settings which allows two systems to agree on how to secure traffic between them. Multiple policies can be simultaneously active, however the scope and policy list order may alter the overall policy behavior. Note: Before creating Policies, configure Host Groups, Protocol Groups and Actions.
  • Page 185: Protocol Groups

    User Data Encryption To add or edit a Host Group in the IP Host Group area, either click on the [Add New Host Group] button or highlight a Host Group and click on the [Edit] button. Note: If you change the name of the Host Group that is being used in the Security policy, then the updated host group name will also be reflected in the security policy details.
  • Page 186 User Data Encryption From the [Device is] drop-down menu, select either [Server] or [Client]. Note: The Service Name, Protocol Type, Port Number and Device is fields for a Custom Protocol will be disabled when its associated checkbox is unchecked. Click on the [Save] button to return to the IPSec page. Actions This option displays the list of actions associated with the IPsec security policies.
  • Page 187 User Data Encryption • Tunnel Mode - this mode encrypts the IP header and the payload. It provides protection on an entire IP packet by treating it as an AH (Authentication Header) or ESP (Encapsulating Secuirty Payload) payload. When this mode is selected, you have the option of specifying a host IP Address In the Security Selections area select preferred option and enter the required information.
  • Page 188 User Data Encryption Select the preferred option from the [Perfect Forward Secrecy] drop-down menu. Default is ‘None’ Check the required checkboxes for [Hash] and [Encryption]. Hash refers to the authentication mode, which calculates an Integrity Check Value (ICV) over the packet's contents. This is built on top of a cryptographic hash (MD5 or SHA1). Encryption uses a secret key to encrypt the data before transmission.
  • Page 189: Security Certificates

    Security Certificates Security Certificates A Trusted Certificate Authority is a Certificate Authority (CA) that is trusted to authenticate digital certificates. This page allows trusted root certificates to be uploaded to a server so that the server will ‘trust’ any certificates that have been signed by that CA. Digital certificates and the enablement of SSL provides encryption for all workflows where the device is used as a HTTPS server.
  • Page 190 Internet Services server. To resolve this, install the generic Xerox Root CA Certificate in user's Web browsers. At the Security Certificates screen, right-click on the [Download the Generic Xerox Device CA] link which appears at the bottom of the screen, under the installed Certificates list.
  • Page 191: 191

    802.1X 802.1X The device supports 802.1X authentication based on the Extensible Application Protocol (EAP). 802.1X Port Based Network Access Control is used to ensure that devices that are connected to the network have the proper authorization. The 802.1X configuration is used to authenticate the device rather than an individual user.
  • Page 192 802.1X Touch [Save]. Touch the [Password] field and enter the password using the on-screen keyboard. Touch [Save]. Touch [Save]. The network controller will now reset taking the device offline for several minutes. When the device comes back online, if the Tools screen is still displayed with a message indicating that you are still logged in as Administrator, press the <Log In/Out>...
  • Page 193 802.1X Select [802.1X] in the directory tree. In the Configure 802.1X area: For Protocol, uncheck the [Enable 802.1X] checkbox to disable this feature. Click on the [Apply] button to save changes. Click on the [OK] button when you see the message “Properties have been successfully modified”.
  • Page 194: System Timeout

    System Timeout System Timeout This feature resets the system to the default state after a set amount of time elapses without any user interface activity. If users do not interact with Internet Services web pages within the time defined, logged in users will be logged and all unsaved settings will be lost.
  • Page 195: On Demand Overwrite

    On Demand Overwrite On Demand Overwrite Overview The On Demand Overwrite feature provides security conscious customers with the ability to delete data from the device's hard disk. The device's hard disk stores data similar to the way a hard drive functions on a personal computer, but with the data encrypted for extra protection.
  • Page 196 On Demand Overwrite Touch [Print Report]. Touch [Close]. On the Configuration Report, check under the Installed Options heading if On Demand Image Overwrite is an installed and enabled option. To Perform an Image Overwrite at the Device This procedure will overwrite the image data from the hard disk. This excludes Embedded Fax data, when this feature is installed on the device.
  • Page 197 On Demand Overwrite Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: • Ensure the device is fully functioning on the network. • Ensure TCP/IP and HTTP are configured on the device as per Enable TCP/IP and HTTP at the Device on page 19, so that the web user interface (Internet Services) can be accessed.
  • Page 198 On Demand Overwrite time for the overwrite to run on that day of the week. If [Monthly] is selected, select a day between 1 and 28 for [Day of Month], for [Time] specify the time for the for the overwrite to run on that date of the month. Select either [Standard] or [Full] overwrite for Type.
  • Page 199: Immediate Image Overwrite

    Immediate Image Overwrite Immediate Image Overwrite Overview The Immediate Image Overwrite feature provides security conscious customers with the ability to overwrite jobs from the device’s image disk. The device's hard disk stores data similarly to the way a hard drive functions on a personal computer, but with the data encrypted for extra protection. When Print, Copy, E-mail, Internet Fax and Scan jobs are submitted to the device, information is stored on the device's hard disk (if these features are installed and configured on the device).
  • Page 200 Immediate Image Overwrite To Disable or Enable Immediate Image Overwrite At the Device Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Tools pathway as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Tools Pathway as a System Administrator on page 18.
  • Page 201: Workflow Scanning

    Workflow Scanning Workflow Scanning enables users to scan an original document, convert it to an electronic file, and distribute and archive the file in a variety of ways. The final destination of the electronic file depends on the template chosen by the user at the device's user interface. Workflow Scanning is an automated work management feature.
  • Page 202: Enable Workflow Scanning

    If you require color or grayscale scanning, or scan to JPEG you will need the Color Scanning Enablement Kit. The Kit can be purchased from your Xerox Sales Representative. Follow the instructions with the Color Scanning Enablement Kit to ensure the Kit is installed before you continue with the Network Scanning instructions.
  • Page 203: File Transfer Protocol (Ftp)

    • HTTP/HTTPS: Supports scans to a web server using a CGI script. Note: The device uses two repositories: A File Repository, used by the Workflow Scanning service. A Fax Repository, used by the Server Fax service. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: •...
  • Page 204 • Authenticated User and Domain - select this method if the user name and domain are to be authenticated via LDAP. • Authenticated User - select this method if just the user name is to be authenticated via LDAP. • Prompt at User Interface - select this method to have each user enter authentication credentials at the printer's control panel.
  • Page 205 At your Workstation: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Internet Services as System Administrator on page 24. From the Properties tab, click on the [Services] link. Click on the [Workflow Scanning] link.
  • Page 206: Server Message Block (Smb)

    Server Message Block (SMB) Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: • Create a shared folder to be used as a scan filing location (repository) for scanned documents. Note the Share Name of the folder and the Computer Name or Server Name. •...
  • Page 207 • Check the [Select to Save New Password] checkbox, if you need to change the password for an existing Login Name. Click on the [Save] button to accept the changes. The Next Step is to proceed to the General Settings. Refer to Configure General Settings on page 209.
  • Page 208 Make a note of the complete path to the executable CGI script. When a document is scanned, the device logs in using the account, sends a POST request along with the scanned file, then logs out. The CGI script handles the remaining details of file transfer.
  • Page 209: Configure General Settings

    • Authenticated User and Domain - select this method if the user name and domain are to be authenticated via LDAP. • Authenticated User - select this method if just the user name is to be authenticated via LDAP. • Prompt at User Interface - select this method to have each user enter authentication credentials at the printer's control panel.
  • Page 210: Configuring Validation Servers

    server, including entry of the required device Login Name and Password, are set up by selecting Advanced, then Template Pool Setup, in the Internet Services directory tree: • Authenticated User - to have the Authentication Server control remote template pool access. •...
  • Page 211 • Ensure Network Scanning is configured on your device. • To communicate with the Validation server via HTTPS, SSL must be enabled on the device. To Add or Edit a Validation Server At your Workstation: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator.
  • Page 212: Scanning Web Service

    Scanning Web Service Use this page to examine the status of services required for Scanning Web Services. The following services must be enabled and/or configured for Scanning Web Services to be available: • HTTP (SSL) • Scan Template Management • Scan Extension At your Workstation: Note:...
  • Page 213 In the Destination Services area, select the desired service by checking either the [Fax] or [File] (selected by default) checkbox. When selected, the service section will display on the page. Note: The Fax service requires the Server Fax feature to be enabled on the device. File In the Default Template page, in the File area, a list of file repository destinations for your scan distribution templates is displayed.
  • Page 214 • Enter a Server Fax Number. If you select [Select from a Predefined List]: If you select [Enter a Scan Destination]: 1. From the File Destination drop-down menu, 1. Enter details in the [Friendly Name] field. select the destination file repository by its 2.
  • Page 215 • Document Path identifies the file path to the repository. In the [Add (Optional)] field, specify a subdirectory for all scanning through this template. Select from the [Filing Policy] drop-down menu one of the following: • Rename New File - this adds an incrementing numeric value to the file name. •...
  • Page 216 scanned documents in the Job Log. The Job Log can then be accessed by third party software for various purposes. The following fields are available: • To add a new field, click on the [Add] button. This brings up the Add Document Management Field page.
  • Page 217 Workflow Scanning The Workflow Scanning section displays the image type settings. To change the Workflow Scanning settings, click on the [Edit] button. This will display the Workflow Scanning page. From the Default Template page, in the Workflow Scanning area: For 2-Sided Scanning, select one of the following: •...
  • Page 218 • Lighten/Darken - use the controls (left and right arrow buttons) to adjust the overall brightness compared to the original. • Soften/Sharpen - use the controls (left and right arrow buttons) to adjust how much edge sharpening is used. For Image Enhancement, select the following options: •...
  • Page 219 • Border Erase > All Edges - this erases all four edges of an input document. Specify the width of the erased edges, in inches. • Edge Erase - this erases some edges of an input document. Specify the width of each erased edge (Top, Bottom, Left, Right), in inches.
  • Page 220 For Job Log, check the [Enabled] checkbox to produce a job log for reporting purposes. The job log contains information about the scanned document. The Job Log can be accessed by third party software, and the Document Management Fields information retrieved and associated with the scanned files.
  • Page 221: Update List Of Templates

    Flate Compression - Flate compression works well on bi-level or color images, or with general data. It is a lossless compression format that combines LZ77 and adaptive Huffman encoding (RFC 1951). When used for PDF documents, Flate compression is applied after JPEG compression.
  • Page 222: Custom File Naming

    On the Confirmation Required screen, touch [Update List]. Note: If you are not using a template pool repository, selecting [Update List], will display only a partial list of templates. Touch [Close]. Custom File Naming Use the Custom File Naming feature to set up an automatic naming of the generated files for Workflow Scanning.
  • Page 223: Display Settings

    If [Advanced] is selected: In the [Name] field, type a string using the following variables to create an automatically generated file name. The following codes can be used to add dynamic information to the file name: %D (date) %m (month) %T (time) %d (day of month) %Y (year)
  • Page 224: Set Up Remote Template Pool Repository

    • User must select template before pressing the Start button - with this option, no template will be highlighted, the user must select a template before pressing the Start button. • Automatically select the top position template - with this option, the top positioned template will be highlighted automatically.
  • Page 225 NDS Context - allows you to set the name of the NDS tree. If you are using Bindery or Bindery emulation, leave this field blank. If you are using NDS, this field cannot be left blank. The default tree name is ‘Xerox _DS_Context’. Document Path - enter the full path to the directory.
  • Page 226 Enter details in the [Login Name], [Password] and [Retype Password] field. Note: A Login (account) Name and (server) Password is required for the system to access the remote server. This is mandatory for use with a SMARTsend server. For information on creating accounts on the SMARTsend server, refer to the FreeFlow SMARTsend Installation and Administration Guide.
  • Page 227: Scan To Mailbox

    Scan to Mailbox The Scan to Mailbox feature is supported through the Workflow Scanning option. This feature provides the ability to scan to mailboxes in the device and then retrieve documents from the device using a web browser. This provides a convenient Workflow scanning feature for customers who do not wish to purchase and configure a separate networked server.
  • Page 228: Create A New Mailbox

    Click on the [OK] button when you see the message “Properties have been successfully modified”. Note: All Saved Jobs are stored as encrypted files if encryption of user data is enabled. Encryption ensures that third parties cannot read, print, scan and e-mail these files. You can enable or disable encryption of user data on the User Data Encryption page.
  • Page 229: Workflow Scanning

    In the Scan to Mailbox area, select either the [Default Public Folder] or your personal folder. If you select the Default Public Folder, click on the [Modify Settings] button. If you select a personal folder, enter the password for the folder in the [Folder Password] field. Click on the [OK] button.
  • Page 230: Advanced Settings

    Advanced Settings The Advanced Settings feature allows the user to select the enhancement feature for the scanned document. In the Advanced Settings area, click on the [Edit] button to display the Advanced Settings screen. In the Advanced Settings area: For the Image Options, adjust the following options: •...
  • Page 231: Filing Options

    • Auto-Detect - the scan service will automatically detect the size of the input document. • Manual Size Input - allows you to identify the size of the input document from a drop- down menu. If the size you require is not listed, select [Custom]. •...
  • Page 232: Workflow Scanning Image Settings

    Report Options The Report Options area displays the reporting options. In the Report Options area, click on the [Edit] button. This will display the Report Options page. In the Report Options area: For Confirmation Sheet, check the [Enabled] checkbox to allow a confirmation sheet to print at the end of each workflow job.
  • Page 233: Configure Scan To Mailbox

    In the Compression Capability area, check the checkboxes to select the required compression: CCITT Group 4 (G4 MMR) - this provides loss less compression, this format is widely supported, but some document types may not compress significantly. JBIG2 - JBIG2 compression is usually used for text and halftone documents. It yields a very small black and white file size with fast viewing performance, but the initial scan performance is typically slower.
  • Page 234 Click on the [Scan to Mailbox] link. Select [Capacity] in the directory tree to display the Capacity page. In the Capacity area, the following information displays: • Capacity - the total amount of space available on the device for document storage. •...
  • Page 235: Scan Policies

    • Daily - select this option to have cleanup occur daily. Type the hour and minute to indicate when the cleanup will begin. • Hourly (top of hour) - select this option to trigger scheduled hourly maintenance. Note that this cleanup will occur every hour at the top of the hour. Click on the [Apply] button.
  • Page 236 At your Workstation: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Internet Services as System Administrator on page 24. From the Properties tab, click on the [Services] link. Click on the [Scan to Mailbox] link.
  • Page 237 Select the required file format. PDF, PDF/A, XPS, Multi-Page TIFF, TIFF, or JPEG are supported. Touch [Save]. Place a document on the device and press the green start button. At your Workstation: Open the web browser and enter the IP Address of the device in the Address bar, and press [Enter].
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  • Page 239: Scan To Home

    Workflow Scanning must be enabled on the Xerox device. • Network Authentication must be configured on the Xerox device. The Authentication server and the server used to file scanned images must belong to same domain. Additional Requirements for Scan to Home via LDAP Query •...
  • Page 240: Enable And Configure Scan To Home

    Enable and Configure Scan to Home Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Internet Services as System Administrator on page 24. From the Properties tab, click on the [Services] link. Click on the [Scan to Home] link.
  • Page 241 are saved. If the external server directory is used by many users, appending the user name makes it easier for users to locate their files. Check the [Automatically Create “User Name” directory if one does not exist] checkbox to create a new directory if it does not exist. If this option is not selected and the ‘User Name’ directory does not exist, an error message appears, and the scan is not saved.
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  • Page 243: E-Mail Addressing

    If you require color or grayscale scanning, or scan to JPEG you will need the Color Scanning Enablement Kit. The Kit can be purchased from your Xerox Sales Representative. Follow the instructions with the Color Scanning Enablement Kit to ensure the Kit is installed before you continue with the E-mail instructions.
  • Page 244: Configure Smtp Server

    • Create an e-mail account on the mail server which the device will use as the default “From” address (optional). • Test the e-mail account by sending an e-mail from an SMTP mail client on a networked workstation. Use the new account name and password, if any to access the account and verify that e-mail was received.
  • Page 245 Select the required setting for the [E-mail Job Splitting Boundary]. This option sets the job splitting options, the option is only available when Scan to E-mail is enabled and when the number is greater than 1 for Number of Fragments. For [Login Credentials for the multifunction device to Access the SMTP Server to send automated emails], select one of the following authentication method that the printer will use to access the SMTP server for any automated e-mail messages that it sends for...
  • Page 246 • Address Book (LDAP) Search Not Performed - users can edit the 'From' field when Personalization has not been enabled. Select [Yes] next to [Edit “From:” Field when Authentication is not Required] if users can edit the 'From' field when authentication is not enabled on the device. In the [Message Body] section, enter text that you want to appear as default in the body of e-mails sent from the device.
  • Page 247 Scan to E-mail Scan to E-Mail settings will set the defaults for the following: E-mail Subject, Output Color, 2-Sided Scanning and Original type. From the E-mail: Default screen, in the Scan to E-mail area, click on the [Edit] button. In the Scan to E-mail area: For Subject, enter details in the field to identify or describe the e-mail document to be sent.
  • Page 248 • Edge Erase - when selected allows you to erase the spots, punch holes, noise, fold, crest, and staple marks that appear along any or all edges of an input document. From the E-mail: Default screen, click on the [Edit] button in the Layout Adjustment area. Select the required options.
  • Page 249: Configuring Public And Internal Address Books (Ldap)

    Configuring Public and Internal Address Books (LDAP) A Public Address Book is created from a list of names and addresses saved in a CSV file (Comma Separated Values) format. If a site does not have an LDAP server to provide access to a corporate address list, the device will accept a Public Address Book file that contains a list of user names and associated e-mail addresses.
  • Page 250 To Configure LDAP Server At your Workstation: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Internet Services as System Administrator on page 24. From the Properties tab, click on the [Connectivity] link. Click on the [Protocols] link.
  • Page 251 Enter the default login information in the [Default Login Context] field. This is the first context that will be searched. Note: The word LDAP should appear in the login context, for example, cn=LDAP, o=xerox, c=us. Click on the [Save] button. To Define User Mappings Fields contained within LDAP structures are not standardized.
  • Page 252 245. LDAP server user groups can be used to control access to certain areas of the Xerox device. For example, the LDAP server may contain a group of users called ‘Admin’. You can configure the ‘Admin’ group on the device so that the members of that group will have administrator access to the device.
  • Page 253: Custom Filters

    LDAP directory under which all users and groups will be retrieved. Distinguished name is a unique name for an entry in your LDAP directory. For example: cn=USERID, o=xerox, c=us. WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790...
  • Page 254: Public Address Book

    Note: Many UNIX/Linux LDAP servers require this attribute to be set and is used frequently when Login Credentials to Access LDAP Server is set to [Authenticated User]. In the Email Address Book Filter area: Check the [Enable Custom Filter] checkbox. In the field provided, type in the LDAP search string (filter) that you wish to apply.
  • Page 255 The Internet Services Public Address Book screen allows you to upload a list of names and e-mail addresses which can be accessed via the Public Address Book at the device. The Public Address Book consists of a text file a CSV (Comma Separated Values) format. The majority of word processing or spreadsheet packages will allow you to create a CSV file.
  • Page 256 To Download a Sample Address Book You can download a sample address book which allows you to create a list of addresses and then import to the device. From the Address Book tab, in the Management area, click on the [Download Sample] link. Click on the [Save] button.
  • Page 257: Domain Filter

    • Imported Heading - you can use the drop-down menu to select the option No Mappings Available for E-mail Address and Internet Fax Address. When this is selected, nothing will show in the Imported Sample fields. • Imported Sample - displays sample information of the selection made from the Imported Heading drop-down menu.
  • Page 258 The domain is defined to be the string in the e-mail address which follows the @ symbol. Exact matches are checked. Sub-strings are not checked. • Up to 50 domains can be defined in the list of domains (allowed or restricted). •...
  • Page 259 Click on the [Add] button to add the entered domain in the Domains list. The new added domain will be highlighted in the Domains list. A maximum of 50 domains can be added to the Domain list. You can remove a domain from the Domains list by selecting the required domain from the Domain list and clicking on the Remove button.
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  • Page 261: Internet Fax

    Internet Fax Internet Fax allows you to send documents to one or more Internet Fax destinations, and receive an Internet Fax at the device without requiring a telephone connection. The Internet Fax service provides confirmation of delivery in much the same way as for the standard Fax service, by returning the Delivery Status Notifications (DSN's) and Message Disposition Notifications (MDN's) for the job via the Internet.
  • Page 262: Enable Internet Fax

    It is available on the 5735, 5740 and 5745, but without the Scanning Enablement Kit. The Kit can be purchased from your Xerox Sales Representative. Follow the instructions with the Color Scanning Enablement Kit to ensure the Kit is installed before you continue with the Internet Fax instructions.
  • Page 263: Configure An Smtp Address

    Configure an SMTP Address At Your Workstation: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Internet Services as System Administrator on page 24. From the Properties tab, click on the [Connectivity] link. Click on the [Protocols] link.
  • Page 264: Configure Pop3 Settings

    • None - when selected the device will prompt to log in using their own network credentials • System - when selected, each user will need to enter the system credentials specified on the SMTP Server configuration screen. Click on the [Apply] button to implement any changes. Configure POP3 Settings Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System...
  • Page 265 For Message Body section, enter text that you want to appear as default in the body of e- mails sent from the device. You can also select to add the following details in the message: • User Name • E-mail Address •...
  • Page 266 • Quality/File Size - allows you to select the level of compression to use for scanned images or document. Note: By increasing the compression, the files size will decrease depending on the image quality being scanned and mailed. From the Internet Fax: Default screen, in the Advanced Settings area, click on the [Edit] button. Select the required options in the [Advanced Settings] area.
  • Page 267: Address Books

    • Searchable XPS PDF & PDF/A Defaults - allows you to select the Searchable Options and Text Compression Setting (PDF & PDF/A only). From the Internet Fax: Default screen, in the Internet Fax Image Settings area, click on the [Edit] button. Select the required options.
  • Page 268: Domain Filter

    Both address book types can be configured for use on the device at the same time. To configure LDAP Services, refer to LDAP Addressing - Internal Address Book on page 249. To configure Public Address Book, refer to Public Address Book on page 254.
  • Page 269 At your Workstation: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Internet Services as System Administrator on page 24. From the Properties tab, click on the [Services] link. Click on the [Internet Fax] link and select [Domain Filters] in the directory tree.
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  • Page 271: Embedded Fax

    Obtain the telephone number that you want to assign to the fax device. Hardware: • Locate the Fax Hardware Kit. Contact your Xerox Sales Representative if you do not have the Fax Hardware Kit. Install the Fax Hardware Kit Note: If Server Fax is installed on the device when the Embedded Fax Install Wizard is running, the Server Fax feature will be disabled and users will only have access to the Embedded Fax feature.
  • Page 272: Complete The Fax Setup Screens

    Complete the Fax Setup Screens The Fax Setup screen should display. If it does, touch [Next] if it does not, see Deferred Fax Settings on page 273. Note: If you do not wish to run through the fax configuration, touch the [Cancel Setup] button. Embedded Fax will be unavailable until the fax configuration screens are completed from within the administrator tools screens.
  • Page 273: Deferred Fax Settings

    Deferred Fax Settings This procedure is only necessary if you have not yet configured the fax settings, or if you have already fitted the fax card and wish to change any settings for the fax option. At the Device: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Tools pathway as a System Administrator.
  • Page 274: Setting Fax Defaults

    You have completed the embedded fax setup. Setting Fax Defaults Setting Feature Defaults Use this option to define the fax feature settings. At the Device: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Tools pathway as a System Administrator.
  • Page 275: Image Quality

    • Photo & Text - this method is best for documents that contain a mix of photographic images and text. Touch the [Resolution] drop-down menu and select one of the following resolution setting: • Standard (200x100 dpi) - this method is best for standard office documents and photographic images.
  • Page 276: Fax Options

    Touch the [Book Faxing] icon. The Book Faxing screen displays. Select one of the following options: • • Both Pages - this option will fax both right and left pages. • Left Page Only - this option will fax the left side of the document. •...
  • Page 277 • Send to a Remote Mailbox - this option allows you to send a fax transmission direct to a private mailbox on a remote machine. The number of the remote mailbox is required. • Store to Mailbox - this option allows you to scan documents into your mailbox, where they can be held and retrieved by remote machines which have your mailbox number and mailbox passcode.
  • Page 278: Configuring Embedded Fax Settings

    Select the Fax Country Setting At the Device: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Tools pathway as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Tools Pathway as a System Administrator on page 18. From the Tools pathway, touch [Service Settings]. Touch the [Fax Settings] to display the Embedded Fax Settings screen.
  • Page 279 Touch [Incoming Fax Defaults] to display the Incoming Fax Defaults screen. Auto Answer Delay This feature allows you to set an answer delay time before the fax systems answers the line. From the Incoming Fax Defaults screen, touch [Auto Answer Delay] icon. The Auto Answer Delay screen displays.
  • Page 280: Fax Transmission Defaults

    Touch [Save] to return to the Incoming Default Settings screen. Default Output Options This option allows you to select the finishing options which will be applied to the incoming fax documents. From the Incoming Default Settings screen, touch [Default Output Options] icon. The Default Output Options screen displays.
  • Page 281 Automatic Redial Setup Automatic Radial Setup allows you to specify the time interval before the devices redials after a failed transmission. It also allows you to specify the number of attempts the device shall make to transmit a fax, before rejecting the job. From the Fax Transmission Defaults screen, touch the [Automatic Redial Setup] icon.
  • Page 282 The Transmission Header Text screen displays. Touch the type-in region for Transmission Header Text. Use the on-screen keyboard to type the text strings. Up to 30 characters can be entered. Touch [Save], then [Save] to return to the Fax Transmission Defaults screen. Batch Send The Batch Send feature allows multiple fax jobs to be sent to the same destination during the same transmission session.
  • Page 283: Fax Reports

    File Management - Mailbox Setup A fax received can be stored on the device or on a remote fax machine. A stored fax can be accessed by remote polling and then printed. There are 200 fax mailboxes available. To Edit a Mailbox From the File Management screen, touch the [Mailbox Setup] icon.
  • Page 284: Fax Forward

    At the Device: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Tools pathway as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Tools Pathway as a System Administrator on page 18. From the Tools pathway, touch [Service Settings]. Touch [Fax Settings] to display the Fax Settings screen.
  • Page 285 At Your Workstation: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Internet Services as System Administrator on page 24. From the Properties tab, click on the [Services] link. Click on the [Embedded Fax] link, select [Fax Forward] in the directory tree.
  • Page 286 Enter the e-mail address the e-mail server will use to identify the sender of the forwarded e- mail in the [From Address] field. This is a required field. Enter a descriptive details referred to as the friendly name for the sender of the forwarded fax document in the [From Name] field.
  • Page 287 Click on the [Embedded Fax] link and select [Fax Forward] in the directory tree. The Fax Forward on Receive page displays. Click on the [Customize] button: the Custom Attachment Name screen displays. In the Display area, the following are programmed as Standard options, which can be selected by checking the relevant checkbox: •...
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  • Page 289: Server Fax

    Configure Network Connectivity Protocols with Internet Services on page 25. • Install and configure the Xerox certified fax server solution on your network. Refer to the manufacturer's documentation contained with the server fax solution for instructions to complete this task. WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790...
  • Page 290: Enable Server Fax

    • If the server fax solution uses the TCP/IP protocol to communicate, it is recommended that the server be assigned a static IP Address. However, dynamic IP Addressing may be used provided DNS settings are fully configured and the DHCP server has been configured with sufficient lease time so that the normal maintenance and service down times of the fax server does not result in a change in IP Address.
  • Page 291 Configure a Fax Repository using FTP Server Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: • Ensure that File Transfer Protocol (FTP) services is running on the server or workstation where images to be faxed by the device will be stored.
  • Page 292: Configure A Fax Repository Using Netware

    Configure a Fax Repository using NetWare Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: • Ensure the device is fully functioning on the network prior to installation. • Create a new directory on the NetWare server to be used as the fax repository. Note down the server name, server volume, directory path, NDS Context and Tree, if applicable.
  • Page 293: Configure A Fax Repository Using Smb

    • Authenticated User and Domain - select this method to be used in conjunction with the network accounting or another authentication method, such as Secure Access, to validate the user. • Authenticated User - when selected, the device will prompt to log in using your own network credentials.
  • Page 294: Enter The Fax Repository Details Via Internet Services

    • Authenticated User and Domain - select this method to be used in conjunction with the network accounting or another authentication method, such as Secure Access, to validate the user. • Authenticated User - when selected, the device will prompt to log in using your own network credentials.
  • Page 295 HTTPS only: Check the [Validate Repository SSL Certificate] checkbox to have the repository’s SSL certificate validated for the correct hostname and checked for signature of a trusted certificate authority. Enter details of the Script path and filename in the [Script path and filename (from HTTP root)] field, or follow the instruction below to get example script: •...
  • Page 296: Configure A Fax Repository Using Smtp

    Configure a Fax Repository using SMTP Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following task has been performed: • Obtain the domain name of your SMTP mail server. At your Workstation: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator.
  • Page 297 For Confirmation Sheet, select the type of information that you want to be included with the Confirmation Sheet from the drop-down menu: • Errors Only - this setting will produce a Confirmation Sheet only when error information is detected. • On - this setting will always produce a Confirmation Sheet that will provide error information and job status.
  • Page 298 Filing Options Filing options allow you to specify the Delay Start. When [Specific Time] is selected, this allows you to specify the time of day (each day) when the fax jobs will start. This feature is convenient for international calls and for sending documents at night when the telephone rates are at their lowest. If set to [Off], any fax jobs are begun (or queued) immediately.
  • Page 299: Lan Fax

    LAN Fax LAN (Local Area Network) Fax allows users to send documents to fax devices directly from their computers. When enabled, users select the Fax option from their Print Driver. The LAN fax option requires the Embedded Fax Kit to be fitted to the device. Information Checklist Make sure that you have configured the Embedded Fax.
  • Page 300: Using Lan Fax

    [File] 1. Open a document to fax and click on [Print] then [File] [Print] 2. Click on then 2. Click on the Xerox printer. Printer Name 3. In the area, from the drop-down [Xerox Features] [Copies menu, select your printer.
  • Page 301: Setting Up A Cover Sheet

    The names will appear in the [Fax Recipients] list. Click on the [OK] button. If you want to save this list of names as a group, click on the [Save As Group] icon. In the Save To Personal Phonebook area: Enter a name for your group in the [Group Name] field.
  • Page 302: Additional Fax Options

    Additional Fax Options On the Fax screen, click on the [Options] tab. Select the required option from the [Confirmation Sheet] drop-down menu. Select from the [Send Speed] drop-down menu, one of the following required speeds. • Forced 4800 bps - used in areas of low quality communication, when experiencing telephone noise, or when fax connections are susceptible to errors.
  • Page 303 • Always Use Current Recipient List - if you want to always use the Current Recipient List. • Always Use Current Cover Sheet Notes - if you want to use the current Cover Sheet notes. Click on the [OK] button to return to the Fax screen. Click on the [OK] button to close the Fax screen.
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  • Page 305: Reprint Saved Jobs

    Reprint Saved Jobs Reprint Saved Job is a feature that allows users to store documents into folders located on the device. Using the Print Driver settings or the Internet Services, the job type can be set to Save Job For Reprint. When this job type is selected, an option is provided to Save Only or Save and Print.
  • Page 306: Enable Reprint Saved Jobs In Your Print Driver

    Setup Utility]. • For Windows 2000/2003 - From the [Start] menu, select [Settings] then [Printers]. 2. Select the Xerox printer and click on the [Show Info] button. • For Windows XP - From the [Start] menu, select [Printers and Faxes].
  • Page 307: Back-Up Jobs

    Press the <Log In/Out> button. Touch [Logout] to exit the Tools pathway. Back-up Jobs The Back-up Jobs feature allows you to configure a server to save jobs stored on the device. At your Workstation: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator.
  • Page 308: Manage Folders

    In the Settings area: Select FTP from the [Protocol] drop-down menu. Note: Only FTP is available for the Protocol. Select the method by which the repository server is identified. Select either [IPv4 Address], [IPv6 Address] or [Host Name]. Enter details of the Repository Server in the [IP Address: Port] or [Host Name: Port] field. Type in the path to the location of the repository server in the [Document Path] field.
  • Page 309: Saving A Job

    Modify or Delete Folder You can modify or delete existing folders that contain Saved Jobs using Internet Services. At your workstation, open the web browser and enter the IP Address of the device in the Address bar, and press <Enter>. Select the [Jobs] tab.
  • Page 310: Using Internet Services

    Select [OK] to save the print settings. Select [OK] on the Print dialogue window to send the job. The job is processed and sent to the device for saving or saving and printing, depending on the selection. Using Internet Services The Print option within Internet Services can also be used to create a Saved Job.
  • Page 311: Custom Services

    Custom Services Validation Options The Validation Options feature is used with the Workflow Scanning Validation Server and the Network Authentication features. When a user enters their metadata information at the user interface, the metadata is passed to the validation server to be verified. When Validation Options is enabled, the user’s ID is also passed with the validation request to the Validation Server.
  • Page 312 Validation Options WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 313: Extensible Services Setup

    Secure Access is also the key to the personalized experience at the device. • Xerox Scan to PC: This solution bridges the gap between documents, PDFs and paper, helping you to personalize your Xerox workflow scanning and PDF workflow. It also gives you the ability to customize, directly from your desktop, the scanning menus available to you on your Xerox EIP enabled device.
  • Page 314 • In the Security area, check the following required checkboxes: • Xerox Secure Access - this feature is one of the authentication options available to restrict access to printer services and features. • Session Data - this feature allows an EIP application to access user session information.
  • Page 315: Wsd (Web Services For Devices)

    WSD (Web Services for Devices) WSD (Web Services for Devices) provides a way for clients to discover the device and the services the device offers. It is based on Devices Profile for Web Services (DPWS). When a device is discovered, a client can retrieve a description of services hosted on that device and use those services.
  • Page 316 Enable WSD (Web Services for Devices) WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 317: Xerox Standard Accounting

    Xerox Standard Accounting When enabled, XSA (Xerox Standard Accounting) tracks the numbers of Copy, Print, Fax, and Network Scan jobs (when these features are enabled on the device), for each user. Usage limits can also be applied to users to restrict the total numbers of Copy, Print, Fax, and Network Scan jobs that a user can perform.
  • Page 318: Enable Xerox Standard Accounting

    Selecting [Disabled] will allow any users to access the services on the device. Click on the [Apply] button. A sub-menu will display. Select either [Enabled] or [Disabled] for the services for Xerox Standard Accounting to track and prompt. Click on the [Apply] button.
  • Page 319: To Create A General Account

    Group Account can be numeric values up to a maximum of 12 digits. Group Account ID's must be unique. Enter a name for the group account in the [Account Name] field (for example Xerox). The group name can be alphanumeric characters to a maximum of 32 characters. The Group Account name must be unique.
  • Page 320 Group Account can be numeric values up to a maximum of 12 digits. Group Account ID's must be unique. Enter a name for the group account in the [Account Name] field (for example Xerox). The group name can be alphanumeric characters to a maximum of 32 characters. The Group Account name must be unique.
  • Page 321 24. From the Properties tab, click on the [Accounting] link. Click on the [Xerox Standard Accounting] link. Select [Report and Reset] from the directory tree. The Report and Rest page displays. To generate a Report, in the Generate Report area: Click on the [Generate Report] button.
  • Page 322: Enable Xsa In Windows Print Driver

    Server. You can then use this file to restore the data and settings on the same device or to clone other devices. You can only clone XSA settings to another Xerox device that supports the XSA feature.
  • Page 323 Check that the device you want to clone settings to supports XSA At your Workstation: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Internet Services as System Administrator on page 24.
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  • Page 325: Network Accounting

    This is required to access Internet Services to configure Network Accounting. • Locate the Network Accounting Kit. Contact your Xerox Sales Representative if you do not have the Network Accounting Kit. This kit contains the License Agreement and Kit Code Number to enable the feature. •...
  • Page 326 To Enable the Network Accounting Feature at the Device To configure this feature or these settings access the Tools pathway as a System Note: Administrator. For details, refer to Access Tools Pathway as a System Administrator on page 18. From the Tools pathway, touch [Accounting Settings]. Touch [Authentication].
  • Page 327 Right-click on the device printer icon and select [Properties]. Select [Configuration]. Select [Accounting]. Select [Xerox Network Accounting] from the Accounting System drop-down menu. Select [Prompt for Every Job]. If you want users to enter their User ID and Account ID each time they print, check the following checkboxes: •...
  • Page 328: Auditron

    Select the Xerox printer. From the Copies and Pages menu select [Accounting]. Select [Xerox Network Accounting] from the Accounting System menu. Select [Prompt for Every Job]. If you want users to enter their User ID and Account ID each time they print, check the following checkboxes: •...
  • Page 329 If the Auditron is enabled, and the user selects Copy or ID Card Copy, a passcode must be entered before the features become available. On completion of the session the user must log out of the Auditron. This enables logs to be kept of all Copy jobs so that costs can be charged to different departments or customers.
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  • Page 331: Xerox Secure Access

    Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: • Ensure the Xerox device is fully functional on the network. TCP/IP and HTTP protocols must be configured so that Internet Services can be accessed.
  • Page 332: Access Authentication Configuration

    • Select [Username / Password Validated Locally on the Xerox Machine] to validate users listed in the Local User Information Database. This option requires you to configure accounts in the Local User Information Database.
  • Page 333 Under the Device Log In Methods heading, select one of the following: • Xerox Secure Access Device Only (e.g., Swipe Cards - if you want to allow the user to swipe their swipe cards at the UI. •...
  • Page 334 From the Properties tab, click on the [Security] link. Click on the [Authentication] link and select [Setup] in the directory tree. The Xerox Access Setup page displays. In the Authentication, Authorization, and Personalization area click on the [Edit..] button. Select the [Username / Password Validated Remotely on the Network] option from the [Authentication method on the machine's web user interface (Web UI)] drop-down menu.
  • Page 335: Use Secure Access

    The account information may be requested because an accounting option is configured on the device. The Xerox device will confirm successful authentication and you will now have access to the features. When you have finished using the features, press the <Clear All> button on the keypad to close your account.
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  • Page 337: Software Upgrade

    When Should I Upgrade the Software? Xerox is continually seeking to improve its products and a software revision may become available to improve functionality on the device. Your Customer Support Center Representative will instruct you to upgrade your device when it is necessary.
  • Page 338: To Upgrade Using The Internet Services

    Before starting the procedure, ensure the following item is available or task has been performed: • Obtain the new software upgrade file for your device from the www.xerox.com website or from your Xerox Customer Support Representative. The upgrade file will have an extension of .dlm (dynamically loaded module). Download the upgrade file to a local or network drive.
  • Page 339: Auto Upgrade

    • Obtain the new software for your device this will have an extension of .dlm (dynamically loaded module) from the www.xerox.com website or from your Xerox Customer Support Representative. • Download the upgrade file to a local or network drive. You will be able to delete the file after the upgrade procedure.
  • Page 340: Upgrade Through Usb

    In the Auto Upgrade area: Check the [Enabled] checkbox to enable the Schedule Upgrade feature. For Refresh Start Time, select either [Hourly] or [Daily]. If [Daily] has been selected, enter the required time of the day for the upgrade to be performed.
  • Page 341 Verify that you have the upgrade tool installed onto the laptop or PC which will be attached to the machine to perform the upgrade. From the Start menu on the workstation, select Programs. The Xerox [machine model] Utilities link should appear in the list.
  • Page 342: At The Workstation

    Select [Software Upgrade]. Select [Software Upgrade]. Note the Current system software version. The Preparing Xerox machine software for Upgrade window appears. This should take no longer than 5 minutes. There are two Advanced Upgrade Options. Ensure [Upgrade Only Software which has Changed] is selected.
  • Page 343: Usb Printer Port

    USB Printer Port The optional USB Printer Port provides a USB connection on the device for Walk-up printing. The USB Printer Port can be used for printing directly from a workstation or laptop connected with a USB. The USB port is located at the back of the device. Information Checklist Before starting the procedure, ensure the following items are available or tasks have been performed: •...
  • Page 344 At the Device: Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Tools pathway as a System Administrator. For details, refer to Access Tools Pathway as a System Administrator on page 18. From the Tools pathway, touch [Network Settings]. Touch [USB Printer Port].
  • Page 345: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting: Workflow Scanning If you are experiencing problems with Workflow Scanning, first verify that the device is connected on the network and functioning as a printer by performing the following activities: • Check the network cable at the back of the device. •...
  • Page 346 Try to Scan a Document. Does the Scan Confirmation Report Print? If the Scan Confirmation Report does not print, perform the following steps at your workstation and accessing the Internet Services. Note: To configure this feature or these settings access the Properties tab as a System Administrator.
  • Page 347: Troubleshooting: E-Mail

    HTTP/HTTPS on page 207. The fault requires further investigation. Refer to the Xerox website at www.xerox.com for further support. Troubleshooting: E-mail If you are experiencing problems with sending an E-mail, first verify the device is connected on the network and functioning as a printer by performing the following activities: •...
  • Page 348 • Troubleshoot the network path to the SMTP server. It may be necessary to perform a network trace analysis. If the fault requires further investigation, refer to the Xerox website at www.xerox.com for further support. WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 349: Troubleshooting: Internet Fax

    Troubleshooting: Internet Fax If you are experiencing problems with sending an Internet Fax, first verify that the device is connected on the network and functioning as a printer by performing the following activities: • Check the network cable at the back of the device. •...
  • Page 350 From a desktop e-mail client, send a test e-mail to the new e-mail account created on the SMTP server for the device. Log in to the mail server with the new account name and password to verify that the e- mail was received at the server.
  • Page 351: Troubleshooting: Server Fax

    By successfully sending e-mail to a mail server not subject to authentication, the possibility of a malfunctioning client can be eliminated. If the fault requires further investigation, refer to the Xerox website at www.xerox.com for further support. Troubleshooting: Server Fax...
  • Page 352: Troubleshooting: Embedded Fax

    Try logging into the fax filing location from another PC using the device’s account and password. Try to create a directory and delete the directory. If you cannot perform this function check the user account permissions. If the fault requires further investigation, refer to the Xerox website at www.xerox.com for further support. Troubleshooting: Embedded Fax If you are experiencing problems with Embedded Fax, first verify that the device is functioning in its existing configuration by making a photocopy at the device.
  • Page 353: Troubleshooting: Network Accounting

    Verify that all Fax Setting configuration steps have been performed. Refer to Embedded Fax page 271. If the fault requires further investigation, refer to the Xerox website at www.xerox.com for further support. Troubleshooting: Network Accounting If you are experiencing problems with Network Accounting, first verify that the device is connected on the network and functioning as a printer by performing the following activities: •...
  • Page 354 At the Device: Press the <Machine Status> button. Touch the [Machine Information] tab. Touch [Print Reports]. Touch [Print Report]. Touch [Close]. If the fault requires further investigation, refer to the Xerox website at www.xerox.com for further support. WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 355: Font Management Utility And Unicode

    Downloaded fonts may then be added, deleted or exported to a file. The utility also allows you to add or delete printers or view printer lists. The utility is available at no cost from the Support and Drivers section of www.xerox.com. Unicode Xerox Unicode 3.0 for SAP fonts will enable printing Japanese, Korean, and Chinese characters from...
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  • Page 357: Index

    Device Connection, 13 NDS (Novell), 159 Device Description, 26 SMB (Windows NT4 and Windows DHCP, 95 2000/2003/2008), 159 DHCP/Autonet, 95 Xerox Secure Access, 164 Display Settings, 223 Authentication Configuration (Network DNS/DDNS Configuration, 72, 94 Authentication), 157 WorkCentre™ 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790 System Administrator Guide...
  • Page 358 Dynamic Addressing Configure, 94 Feature Default, 49 DNS/DDNS Configuration, 72, 94 File Management - Mailbox Setup, 283 Dynamic DNS Registration, 72, 94 File Management - Retained Document Dynamic DNS Registration, 72, 94 Policy, 282 Dynamic IP Address File Transfer Protocol, 203 Windows Environment, 71 Flate Compression, 37 Font Management Utility and Unicode, 355...
  • Page 359 Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, 144 MRC Compression, 37 Windows Add Printer Wizard, 142 Windows Vista, 150 Windows XP, 147 Xerox Printer Installer, 142, 150 NDPS/NEPS, 128 Print Protocols, 30 NetBEUI over IP, 82 Procedures for AS400 Raw TCP/IP Printing to Port...
  • Page 360 Proxy Server, 123 Searchable PDF/A, 36 Public Address Book, 254 Security, 169 Add New Names, 255 Security @ Xerox, 170 Create a Public Address Book, 256 Security Policies, 183 Delete a Name, 255 Server Fax, 289 Delete All Names, 257...
  • Page 361 Enable, 315 Scanning via FTP, 346 Scanning via HTTP(S), 347 Scanning via NCP, 346 Scanning via SMB, 347 Xerox Printer Installer, 142, 150 Server Fax, 351 Xerox Secure Access, 331 Workflow Scanning, 345 Access Authentication Configuration, 332 Trusted Certificate Authorities, 189...
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