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  • Page 1

    P3PC-3182-01ENZ0 ScanSnap N1800 Network Scanner Operator s Guide...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Copyright ..................18 Introduction ................24 ■ About This Manual .............. 25 ■ Opening Help ............... 28 Chapter 1 Overview ..............30 Scanner Features ............31 ■ Basic Uses for Scanned Data ........... 31 ■ Configure and Manage with Ease ........32 ■...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    1.4.6 Scanner Requirements for Central Admin ......52 1.4.7 Port Number List ..............53 Chapter 2 Basic Scanner Operations ........56 Turning the Power On/Off ..........57 2.1.1 Turning the Power On ............57 2.1.2 Turning the Power Off ............58 Using the Scanner Buttons ..........

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    ■ Installing the Admin Tool ........... 79 ■ Uninstalling the Admin Tool ..........83 4.2.3 Administrator Login: via the Admin Tool ....... 84 Setting the System Settings with the Installation Wizard on the LCD Touch Panel 87 Setting the Setting Mode for the LCD Touch Panel ..89 Configuring the System ..........

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    4.8.8 Setting the Admin Connection..........120 4.8.9 Setting a Central Admin Server..........122 Configuring the LDAP Settings ........124 4.9.1 Setting the Login LDAP Server ..........124 ■ LDAP Search Target ............126 4.9.2 Setting the e-Mail LDAP Server ........... 130 4.9.3 Setting the LDAP Search Parameters........

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    ■ Removing a Network Printer ........... 166 ■ Viewing the Printer Details ..........166 4.14 Viewing the Scanner Details ........167 4.14.1 Viewing the System Status ..........167 4.14.2 Viewing the Usage Status ............ 168 ■ Viewing the Status of Consumable Parts ......168 ■...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    ■ Uploading an Add-in Settings File ........188 ■ Setting the on-Screen Keyboard Display When Running an Add-in ................ 188 4.16.4 Setting the Information Output Level........189 4.16.5 Obtaining Technical Support..........190 4.16.6 Setting the Destination for Alert Notifications 4.16.7 Getting a Screenshot on the LCD Touch Panel ....192 4.17 Setting a Job Sequence ..........

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Central Admin Console Window ......... 228 Central Admin Console Quick Guide ......229 Pre-settings for Using Central Admin Console ..231 5.4.1 Installing the Central Admin Server Software ...... 231 ■ Importing the Certificate ..........235 5.4.2 Installing the Central Admin Console ........236 5.4.3 Setting up a Firewall for the Central Admin Server ....

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    5.12 Setting the Job Mode ............ 267 5.13 Viewing the Update Status Lists ......... 270 5.14 Viewing the Scanners Operating Status ..... 272 5.15 Viewing Event Log ............273 ■ Viewing Event Log ............273 ■ Downloading Event Log ..........274 ■...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    6.2.2 [Job Menu] Window.............. 302 6.2.3 Regular User Settings Overview .......... 303 Logging in: Regular User Mode ........304 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail ......307 6.4.1 Selecting an e-Mail Target from the e-Mail Address Book... 311 6.4.2 Adding an e-Mail Target to the e-Mail Address Book... 315 6.4.3 Editing an e-Mail Target in the e-Mail Address Book ...

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    6.9.13 Contrast................382 6.9.14 Sharpness ................383 6.9.15 Dropout Color............... 384 6.9.16 Background Removal............385 6.9.17 Blank Page Skip..............386 6.9.18 Page Orientation ..............387 6.9.19 Multifeed Detection (Layer and Length) ....... 389 6.9.20 Edge Cropping ..............390 6.10 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer ......392 6.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer ....

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    Cleaning the Carrier Sheet ........... 420 Replacing Parts ............. 421 7.5.1 Part Numbers and Replacement Cycle........ 421 7.5.2 Checking the Consumable Alert Status ....... 422 7.5.3 Replacing the Pad Assy ............423 7.5.4 Replacing the Pick Roller ............. 425 7.5.5 Purchasing the Carrier Sheet..........

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    ■ Operation Does Not Work ..........458 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer 460 8.4.1 General Details ..............460 8.4.2 Error Status ................461 ■ Problem When Connecting to the Scanner via Computer ..■ Document Feed Trouble ..........461 ■...

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Root Certification Authority List ......... 483 Appendix D Scanner Specifications ........486 Installation Specifications ..........487 Basic Scanner Specifications ........488 Changing the Functions on the On-Screen Keyboard ..D.3.1 Switching the Keyboard Layout..........489 Appendix E Editing Using User Editor ........490 What is User Editor? .............

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    ■ Deleting a Group ............. 504 E.7.2 Setting a Distribution List ............. 505 ■ Adding a Distribution List ..........505 ■ Editing a Distribution List ..........506 ■ Deleting a Distribution List ..........506 E.7.3 Setting an e-Mail Address ............ 507 ■...

  • Page 16

    About Maintenance ..............528 Index ..................530...

  • Page 18: Copyright

    Copyright NetAdvantage 2007 Copyright© 2000-2007 Infragistics, Inc. LEADTOOLS for .NET Copyright© 2005 LEAD Technologies, Inc. WinPcap3.1 Copyright© 1999 - 2005 NetGroup, Politecnico di Torino (Italy). Copyright© 2005 - 2006 CACE Technologies, Davis (California). All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1 Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

  • Page 19

    Portions Copyright© 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1 Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

  • Page 20

    1 Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. 2 Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.

  • Page 21

    ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. Portions Copyright© 1993 by Digital Equipment Corporation. Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any purpose with or without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice and this permission notice appear in all copies, and that the name of Digital Equipment Corporation not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the document or software without specific,...

  • Page 22

    Portions Copyright© 1996 Juniper Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that: (1)source code distributions retain the above copyright notice and this paragraph in its entirety, (2) distributions including binary code include the above copyright notice and this paragraph in its entirety in the documentation or other materials provided with the distribution.

  • Page 23

    WinDump3.9.5 Copyright© 1999 - 2005 NetGroup, Politecnico di Torino (Italy). Copyright© 2005 - 2006 CACE Technologies, Davis (California). All rights reserved. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: 1 Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

  • Page 24: Introduction

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Network Scanner ScanSnap N1800. This easy-to-operate network scanner is used to scan documents for further use. Trademarks Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows Server, and SharePoint are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

  • Page 25: About This Manual

    Manuals The following manuals are prepared for the scanner. Read them as needed. Manual Description ScanSnap N1800 Provides useful and detailed information on the scanner Getting Started setup and cable connections. (paper) Read this manual first. Referred to as "Getting Started" in this manual.

  • Page 26: Symbols Used In This Manual, Arrow Symbols In This Manual, Screen Examples In This Manual

    Symbols Used in This Manual Besides warning indicators, the following symbols are also used in this manual: This symbol alerts operators to particularly important information. Be sure to read this information. This symbol alerts operators to helpful advice regarding operations. This symbol is used to indicate information about administrator operations.

  • Page 27: Abbreviations Used In This Manual

    Abbreviations Used in This Manual The following abbreviations are used in this manual: Abbreviation Option Used Windows ® Windows operating system Windows XP ® Windows XP Professional operating system ® Windows XP Home Edition operating system Windows Vista ® Windows Vista Home Basic operating system ®...

  • Page 28: Opening Help

    RightFax Business Server (Version 9.3) Intel Pentium III ® ® Intel Pentium III Processor Processor Scanner Network Scanner ScanSnap N1800 Carrier sheet ScanSnap Carrier Sheet Admin Tool Network Scanner Admin Tool User Editor Network Scanner User Editor Central Admin Scanner Central Admin Console...

  • Page 30: Chapter 1 Overview

    Chapter 1 Overview 1.1 Scanner Features ....................31 1.2 Part Names and Functions................... 34 1.3 User Types and Operations ................. 37 1.4 System Requirements ..................46...

  • Page 31: Scanner Features, Basic Uses For Scanned Data

    Scanner Features ■ Basic Uses for Scanned Data This easy-to-operate network scanner is used to scan documents for further use: 1. Scanned data can be sent as an e-mail attachment. 2. Scanned data can be sent by fax. 3. Scanned data can be printed on a network printer. 4.

  • Page 32: Configure And Manage With Ease, Advanced Security Measures

    1.1 Scanner Features ■ Configure and Manage with Ease Configuration and management of the scanner can be easily performed via the LCD touch panel on the scanner or via the "Admin Tool" or the "Central Admin Console" installed on a computer. Computer Computer Admin Tool...

  • Page 33

    Key regeneration When the user data store is cleared from the scanner, the old cipher key is deleted and a new cipher key is generated. This totally eliminates the possibility of access to any user data remaining in the free disk space. The free disk space can be also overwritten with meaningless random data.

  • Page 34: Part Names And Functions, Front View

    1.2 Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions ■ Front View Extension ADF paper chute Side guides Top cover release catch Power button SCAN button LCD touch panel Top cover Stacker Part Name Function Extension Can be pulled out and adjusted to the size of the document being scanned.

  • Page 35: Rear View

    Part Name Function Top cover Frames the LCD touch panel, and covers the upper scanner/ADF mechanism. Must be opened to clean inside the scanner, or when replacing consumable parts. Stacker Open before scanning. Scanned documents are ejected on the stacker. ■...

  • Page 36: Removable Parts

    1.2 Part Names and Functions ■ Removable Parts ADF paper chute Sheet guide Pick roller Pad assy Part Name Function ADF paper chute Help to guide documents from the ADF paper chute to the glass scanner windows. Sheet guide Pick roller Pad assy...

  • Page 37: User Types And Operations

    User Types and Operations When you use the scanner, login to the scanner as a user with the following operation right. Regular user rights Operation rights given when you login to the scanner with a regular user account. When you login to the scanner with these rights, you are a "regular user" of the scanner.

  • Page 38: Operations With Administrator Right, System Settings

    1.3 User Types and Operations 1.3.1 Operations with Administrator Right ■ System Settings LCD touch panel Central Admin Item Function Admin See... Basic Advanced Tool Console mode mode Local Settings Import Import scanner page 264 Scanner settings Settings Scanner Set the scanner page 91 Name name (*1)

  • Page 39: Network Settings

    LCD touch panel Central Admin Item Function Admin See... Basic Advanced Tool Console mode mode Login Settings Login Set the login page 104 Settings settings Standby Set the standby page 107 Mode mode and/or automatic logout Admin Change the page 109 Password admin password (*1)

  • Page 40

    1.3 User Types and Operations LCD touch panel Central Admin Item Function Admin See... Basic Advanced Tool Console mode mode Ping Check the page 116 network connection with a Ping test Network Check the page 118 Status network operating status Network Admin Admin Set the admin...

  • Page 41

    LCD touch panel Central Admin Item Function Admin See... Basic Advanced Tool Console mode mode Fax Server Set the fax server page 139 Network Folder Network Set the network page 140 (*5) Folder folders File Names Set the file name page 153 (Save) format used for...

  • Page 42: Monitoring & Management

    1.3 User Types and Operations (*5): Printers, folders and SharePoint folders that can be accessed from the Central Admin Server can be set. ■ Monitoring & Management LCD touch panel Central Admin Item Function Admin See... Basic Advanced Tool Console mode mode Status Details...

  • Page 43

    LCD touch panel Central Admin Item Function Admin See... Basic Advanced Tool Console mode mode Maintenance System Update the page 182 (*5) (*4) Update scanner system software/check for released updates Add-in View the Add-in page 187 (*1) Software status Install/uninstall an page 186 (*4) Add-in module...

  • Page 44: Device Test, Job Mode Settings

    1.3 User Types and Operations ■ Device Test LCD touch panel Central Admin Item Function Admin See... Basic Advanced Tool Console mode mode Screen Calibrate the LCD page 434 Calibration touch panel Scan Test Perform a scan page 431 test A: available NA: not available ■...

  • Page 45: Regular User Operations

    1.3.2 Regular User Operations Item Function See... e-Mail Send the scanned data by e-mail page 307 Send the scanned data by fax page 322 Print Print the scanned data page 331 Save Save the scanned data to a network page 342 folder Scan to SharePoint Save the scanned data to a SharePoint...

  • Page 46: System Requirements, Requirements For Admin Tool

    1.4 System Requirements System Requirements 1.4.1 Requirements for Admin Tool For use of the Admin Tool, the following requirements apply: Software (English Versions) Operating System Windows XP SP3 or later Windows Vista SP1 or later Windows 7 Windows Server 2003 SP2 or later Windows Server 2008 .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 or later, .NET Framework 3.0 SP2 or later, or .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 or later (*1)

  • Page 47: Requirements For Central Admin Console

    1.4.2 Requirements for Central Admin Console For use of the Central Admin Console, the following requirements apply: Software (English Versions) Operating System Windows XP SP3 or later Windows Vista SP1 or later Windows 7 Windows Server 2003 SP2 or later Windows Server 2008 Admin Tool .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 or later, .NET Framework 3.0 SP2 or later, or .NET...

  • Page 48: Requirements For Central Admin Server

    1.4 System Requirements 1.4.3 Requirements for Central Admin Server For use of the Central Admin Server, the following requirements apply: Software (English Versions) Operating System Windows Server 2003 SP2 or later Windows Server 2008 (*1) .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 or later, .NET Framework 3.0 SP2 or later, or .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 or later Internet Explorer 6 SP2 or later (*2) IIS 5.0 or later (*3) (*4)

  • Page 49: Requirements For Related Servers

    1.4.4 Requirements for Related Servers For related servers, the following requirements apply: Server Operating System Function LDAP server Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Windows Server 2008 OpenSolaris OpenLDAP Solaris10 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Suse Linux Enterprise Server SMTP Server Windows Server 2003 SMTP, Exchange Windows Server 2008 File Server...

  • Page 50: Ldap Server, Smtp Server, File Server, Sharepoint Server

    1.4 System Requirements Server Operating System Function NTP Server Windows Server 2003 Windows Server 2008 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Fax Server Windows Server 2003 RightFax Windows Server 2008 (*): To use as network printer, Windows XP compatible printer driver must be installed.

  • Page 51: Ftp Server, Print Server, Dns Server, Wins Server, Dhcp Server, Ntp Server, Fax Server

    FTP Server FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a standard network protocol used for copying files between hosts on the network based on TCP/IP. An FTP server which connects with SSL encryption is called an "FTPS Server". Using this FTP server enables scanned data to be saved to an FTP server network folder. Print Server The print server refers to the computer or device used when multiple client computers use a printer on the network.

  • Page 52: Network Requirements For Central Admin, Scanner Requirements For Central Admin

    1.4 System Requirements 1.4.5 Network Requirements for Central Admin This section describes the required network conditions for Central Admin. For Central Admin, the following network conditions are required. HTTP/HTTPS communication is possible from the Central Admin Server to the scanner HTTP/HTTPS communication is possible from the scanner to the Central Admin Server HTTP/HTTPS communication is possible from the Central Admin Console to the...

  • Page 53: Port Number List

    1.4.7 Port Number List Protocol Function From/To Port Number Number Admin Tool Admin Tool Scanner 80 (HTTP) (*1) 6 (TCP) Connection 443 (HTTPS) (*1) 6 (TCP) Central Admin Central Admin Server 80 (HTTP) (*1) 6 (TCP) Server Scanner 443 (HTTPS) (*1) 6 (TCP) Connection Scanner...

  • Page 54

    1.4 System Requirements Protocol Function From/To Port Number Number Synchronization Scanner SNTP server 123 (SNTP) 17 (UDP) Proxy Server Scanner Proxy server Free 6 (TCP) Authentication/ Scanner LDAP server 389 (LDAP) (*1) 6 (TCP) e-Mail 636 (LDAPS) (*1) 6 (TCP) Address Search 3268 (Active Directory Global 6 (TCP)

  • Page 56: Chapter 2 Basic Scanner Operations

    Chapter 2 Basic Scanner Operations 2.1 Turning the Power On/Off ..................57 2.2 Using the Scanner Buttons .................. 59 2.3 Using the LCD Touch Panel ................. 61 2.4 Using the On-Screen Keyboard ................62...

  • Page 57: Turning The Power On/off, Turning The Power On

    Turning the Power On/Off 2.1.1 Turning the Power On Do not move or shake the scanner when it is turned on. AUTION This may damage components in the scanner and cause data to be lost. 1. Press the power button. After the scanner starts up, the [Login] window appears.

  • Page 58: Turning The Power Off

    2.1 Turning the Power On/Off 2.1.2 Turning the Power Off 1. Press the [Shutdown] button on the [Login] window. To turn the power of the scanner off, make sure to press the [Shutdown] button. Do not turn the power of the scanner off forcibly by pressing and holding down the power button for 4 seconds.

  • Page 59: Using The Scanner Buttons, Using The Power Button

    Using the Scanner Buttons ■ Using the Power Button When the scanner is off or in standby mode, pressing the power button will start the scanner up and display the login window. Operating LED Lit Shutdown Login Window LED Dark Press Button Login Operation Windows...

  • Page 60: Using The Top Cover Scan Button

    2.2 Using the Scanner Buttons When the scanner is left in standby mode for a long period of time, it may take a long time to be resumed. The idle time before standby mode entered can be changed. For details, refer to "4.7.2 Setting the Time to Standby Mode"...

  • Page 61: Using The Lcd Touch Panel

    Using the LCD Touch Panel When using the LCD touch panel, buttons only need to be lightly pressed to select them. For details about the LCD touch panel, refer to the following: "4.1.1 Administrator Windows via the LCD Touch Panel" (page 73) "6.2 Using LCD Touch Panel Windows: Regular User"...

  • Page 62: Using The On-screen Keyboard, Showing/hiding The On-screen Keyboard

    2.4 Using the On-Screen Keyboard Using the On-Screen Keyboard On the LCD touch panel, the on-screen keyboard can be used to enter text in the input field on the window. The on-screen keyboard can be used in the following ways. ■...

  • Page 63: Keyboard Layout, Using The On-screen Keyboard

    ■ Using the On-Screen Keyboard Function Switches focus to the input field. Enter Performs the following. Closes the on-screen keyboard if it is displayed. Inserts a line feed when multiple lines are input in the input field. Commits the input in the [Login] window. When logged in via the LCD touch panel, the administrator cannot select the menu items using the on-screen keyboard.

  • Page 64: Chapter 3 Administrator Operations (overview)

    Chapter 3 Administrator Operations (Overview) 3.1 Operating and Managing Scanners..............65 3.2 Required Scanner Function Settings ..............67...

  • Page 65: Operating And Managing Scanners

    Operating and Managing Scanners The administrator can configure and manage the scanner in the following ways. LCD touch panel Scanner settings management can be implemented directly via the scanner's LCD touch panel. Setting mode The administrator can operate the LCD touch panel in the following setting modes. Basic mode A setting mode for Administrators with basic knowledge of computers.

  • Page 66

    3.1 Operating and Managing Scanners Central Admin Console Computer Admin Tool Set multiple scanners Computer at a time via the network interface Set one scanner at Central Admin Server a time via the network interface LCD Touch Panel Directly set one Scanner Scanner Scanner...

  • Page 67: Required Scanner Function Settings

    Required Scanner Function Settings Which scanner settings are required differs according to scanner functions to be used by the user. The function buttons are displayed on the [Main Menu] window, in accordance with the settings specified by the administrator. Buttons are displayed in accordance with the settings specified by the administrator The following shows the necessary settings for each function to be used.

  • Page 68

    3.2 Required Scanner Function Settings System Settings Scan to Menu e-Mail Print Save See ... SharePoint Local Settings Import Scanner — — — — — page 264 Settings Scanner Name page 91 Language — — — — — page 93 Selection Region / page 94...

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    Network Settings Scan to Menu e-Mail Print Save See ... SharePoint Basic IP address page 110 DNS Server page 112 WINS Server page 113 NTP Server page 114 Proxy Server — — — page 115 Ping — — — — —...

  • Page 70

    3.2 Required Scanner Function Settings Scan to Menu e-Mail Print Save See ... SharePoint Network Folder Network Folder — — — — page 140 File Names — — — — page 153 (Save) FTP Server Folder FTP Server — — —...

  • Page 72

    Chapter 4 Administrator Operations (LCD Touch Panel and Admin Tool) This chapter provides an explanation of administrator operations (setting up and managing the scanner) via the scanner's LCD touch panel, or via the network interface using the Admin Tool. The same operations may also be performed via the scanner settings edit window and the job mode edit window of the Central Admin Console.

  • Page 73: Windows, Administrator Windows Via The Lcd Touch Panel

    Windows 4.1.1 Administrator Windows via the LCD Touch Panel Selecting a menu displays its sub-menu. The sub-menu items are shown in the right-side of the window. Selecting the lowest level menu displays the setting window for the menu. Menu...

  • Page 74: Administrator Windows Via The Admin Tool

    4.1 Windows 4.1.2 Administrator Windows via the Admin Tool Administrator windows via the Admin Tool are as follows. When the [Scanner Settings] button is pressed Selecting a menu displays its sub-menu. Selecting the lowest level menu displays the setting window for the menu. Menu Tool Menu...

  • Page 75

    When the [Job Menu Settings] button is pressed When a tab is selected in the job mode settings menu, the related setting window is displayed. Job Mode Settings Job Mode Settings Tool Menu...

  • Page 76: Administrator Login, Administrator Login: Via The Lcd Touch Panel

    4.2 Administrator Login Administrator Login 4.2.1 Administrator Login: via the LCD Touch Panel The default user name and password for the administrator are set as follows: User name: admin Password: password The scanner setup can be configured by one user. 1.

  • Page 77: Setting Up For Administrator Access Via The Admin Tool, Checking The Internet Explorer Cache Settings

    4.2.2 Setting up for Administrator Access via the Admin Tool This section describes the required settings for logging in via the Admin Tool. The following are required for administrator login via the Admin Tool: "4.5.1 Setting the Scanner Name" (page 91) "4.7.3 Changing the Admin Password"...

  • Page 78: Setting The Internet Explorer Trusted Sites

    4.2 Administrator Login ■ Setting the Internet Explorer Trusted Sites Enter the target scanner URL as Internet Explorer trusted sites. If not set, connection to a scanner is blocked, and certification cannot be installed. 1. From the Internet Explorer [Tools] menu, select [Internet Options]. The [Internet Options] dialog box appears.

  • Page 79: Installing The Admin Tool

    ■ Installing the Admin Tool To setup the scanner via the network interface, install the Admin Tool to your computer. 1. To access a scanner, specify the scanner name as a URL using a Web browser. According to the settings described in "4.8.8 Setting the Admin Connection"...

  • Page 80

    4.2 Administrator Login 4. Press the [Next] button for the Network Scanner Admin Tool download. The Network Scanner Admin Tool download window appears. 5. Press the [Download] button. Downloading is not possible while a scanner operation is in process. The [File Download - Security Warning] dialog box appears.

  • Page 81

    6. Press the [Run] button. The Network Scanner Admin Tool Setup Wizard appears. Do not close the Web browser or logout until installation is complete. If .NET Framework is not installed, the Microsoft Web site is accessed when installing the Admin Tool. After installing .NET Framework, try again from Step 7.

  • Page 82

    4.2 Administrator Login 8. Specify an installation folder for the Admin Tool and the target user setting. To select a different folder, press the [Browse] button. To check the free space available for the currently selected folder, press the [Disk Cost] button.

  • Page 83: Uninstalling The Admin Tool

    If this tool has already been installed, skip to section "4.2.3 Administrator Login: via the Admin Tool" (page 84) for details about Admin Tool operations. From the Web browser [Tools] menu, select [Internet Options], and note the following points about the settings shown on the [Internet Options] dialog box. In the [Accessibility] dialog box shown when pressing the [Accessibility] button on the [General] tab, do not change the formatting and user style sheet settings.

  • Page 84: Administrator Login: Via The Admin Tool

    If the normal screen display does not appear (for example: an "X" mark appears), wait for a few minutes and try again. If the problem still occurs, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. If a button is rapidly pressed many times in succession, a "Connection error"...

  • Page 85

    1. Select the [Start] menu [All Programs] [Network Scanner] [Network Scanner Admin Tool]. The Admin Tool is started. 2. Specify the [Connect to] (of the scanner). Enter the IP address, scanner name, or FQDN for the scanner to be setup or managed.

  • Page 86

    4.2 Administrator Login 4. Enter a [User Name] and [Password]. 5. Press the [Login] button. If the user name and password are valid, the [System Settings] window appears.

  • Page 87: On The Lcd Touch Panel

    Setting the System Settings with the Installation Wizard on the LCD Touch Panel Using the Installation Wizard on the LCD touch panel, you can set the following items: Scanner Name Region/Timezone Date/Time Login Settings Admin Password IP Address DNS Server Central Admin Server 1.

  • Page 88

    4.3 Setting the System Settings with the Installation Wizard on the LCD Touch Panel 2. Press the [Installation Wizard] button. The [Installation Wizard] window appears. 3. Select the check boxes for items you want to configure with the Installation Wizard. When the [Region/Timezone Date/Time] check box is selected, the window for setting the region/timezone and the window for setting the date/time will be displayed.

  • Page 89: Setting The Setting Mode For The Lcd Touch Panel

    Setting the Setting Mode for the LCD Touch Panel Set the setting mode used for configuring or managing system settings via administrator windows on the LCD touch panel. For details about setting modes, refer to "3.1 Operating and Managing Scanners" (page 65).

  • Page 90

    4.4 Setting the Setting Mode for the LCD Touch Panel 2. Press the [Select Mode] button. The [Select Mode] window appears. 3. Press to select a setting mode. 4. Select the check boxes for functions that can be configured. 5. Press the [OK] button. The setting mode is set.

  • Page 91: Configuring The System, Setting The Scanner Name

    Configuring the System 4.5.1 Setting the Scanner Name Set a scanner name to provide a network alias for the scanner. Do not use a name already being used in the network. Name duplication will cause a network connection error. For details about how to deal with such errors, refer to "4.18.1 Administrator Window Messages"...

  • Page 92

    4.5 Configuring the System In the following case, the authentication window appears. When specifying the scanner as a domain member When changing the name of a scanner that is a member of a domain Check the required authentication information when adding to a domain, and enter a user name that can be added to the domain and the password.

  • Page 93: Setting The Language

    4.5.2 Setting the Language 1. Select [System Settings] [Local Settings] [Language Selection]. The [Language Selection] window appears. You can select whether or not to display this window again at the next scanner startup. To display the window again, for "Show the "Language Selection" screen at next start up?", select [Yes].

  • Page 94: Setting The Region/timezone

    4.5 Configuring the System Central Admin 4.5.3 Setting the Region/Timezone Console 1. Select [System Settings] [Local Settings] [Region/Timezone]. The [Region/Timezone] window appears. 2. Select a region/timezone. 3. If you select a region/timezone in which daylight savings time is used, select whether [Daylight Savings Time] should be on or off. 4.

  • Page 95: Setting The Date/time

    Central Admin 4.5.4 Setting the Date/Time Console 1. Select [System Settings] [Local Settings] [Date/Time]. The [Date/Time] window appears. For Central Admin Console, the [Date/Time] input field and [Get Time] button cannot be used. 2. Select a date format. 3. Enter the current date and time in the [Date/Time] input field. Pressing the [Get Time] button refreshes the [Date/Time] input field with the current value of the internal system date/time.

  • Page 96: Setting The On-screen Keyboard

    4.5 Configuring the System Central Admin 4.5.5 Setting the On-Screen Keyboard Console Set the on-screen keyboard. 1. Select [System Settings] [Local Settings] [Keyboard Settings]. The [Keyboard Settings] window appears. 2. Select a keyboard language. 3. Press the [OK] button. The on-screen keyboard is set.

  • Page 97: Managing Certificates, Importing A Certificate File

    4.5.6 Managing Certificates Certificates to be used for server authentication in SSL communication can be imported or removed. ■ Importing a Certificate File Central Admin Console X.509 certificate files (*.cer, *.crt) can be imported. Up to 100 certificate files can be imported. 1.

  • Page 98: Deleting A Certificate File

    4.5 Configuring the System ■ Deleting a Certificate File Central Admin Console 1. Select [System Settings] [Local Settings] [Certificate Management]. The [Certificate Management] window appears. 2. Select a certificate file to be deleted, and press the [Delete] button. The delete confirmation window appears. 3.

  • Page 99: Setting The Scan Options, Setting The Multifeed Detection Method

    Setting the Scan Options Central Admin 4.6.1 Setting the Multifeed Detection Method Console "Multifeed" is an error that occurs when two or more sheets are fed simultaneously into the scanner by the ADF. The detection of the difference in length is also regarded as multifeed.

  • Page 100

    4.6 Setting the Scan Options 2. Set the area for multifeed detection in the [Ultrasonic Multifeed Detection Zone] section. Starting from the top edge of a document sheet, set the area to be checked for multifeeds. Multifeed may not be detected for the top and bottom 25 mm of a document. 3.

  • Page 101

    Top & Bottom Multifeeds will be detected from the top of the page to "#1" (upper limit), and from #2 (lower limit) to the bottom of the page. (b) 25 mm 25 mm Up to 510 mm Outside of multifeed detection area Center of paper For multifeed detection, a length of at least 5 mm is required.

  • Page 102: 4.6.2 Adjusting The Scan Starting Position (offset/magnification

    4.6 Setting the Scan Options 4.6.2 Adjusting the Scan Starting Position (Offset/Magnification) Usually, it is not necessary to make any setting changes. Configure the following setting items. Offset settings When the scanned output is found to be displaced relative to the actual documents being scanned, the scan offsets can be adjusted.

  • Page 103: Setting General Scanner Settings

    Central Admin 4.6.3 Setting General Scanner Settings Console Usually, it is not necessary to make any setting changes. The operating mode for scanning can be set. 1. Select [System Settings] [Scanner Settings] [General Scanner Settings]. The [General Scanner Settings] window appears. 2.

  • Page 104: Configuring The Login-related Settings, Setting The Login Settings

    4.7 Configuring the Login-Related Settings Configuring the Login-Related Settings Central Admin 4.7.1 Setting the Login Settings Console Set the login settings. Authentication mode setting Specify whether to use an LDAP server account or a local account saved on the scanner during the authentication process at login. If both accounts are used, you can set the search order for the authentication information.

  • Page 105

    If [LDAP to Local] or [Local to LDAP] is selected, the operation becomes as follows. If a password error occurred at the first authentication destination, the authentication process moves to the next destination. If an authentication error occurred at the first and next authentication destinations, a notification of the details of the error that occurred in the first destination is sent.

  • Page 106

    4.7 Configuring the Login-Related Settings When the [Server Type] of the LDAP server is [Other LDAP Server] User Name Format Authentication Process Authenticate the user login name (uid). Example: user Authenticate the user login name (cn). Example: user For users registered in a local account Authenticate the specified user login name for a local account saved in the scanner.

  • Page 107: Setting The Time To Standby Mode

    Central Admin 4.7.2 Setting the Time to Standby Mode Console The scanner can be set to automatically log out and then enter a standby state after specified periods of non-use. For any window after regular user login, if no operations have been performed for the specified [Logout after] period of time, the scanner automatically logs the user out.

  • Page 108

    4.7 Configuring the Login-Related Settings 2. For [Logout after], select the desired time before automatic logout. 3. For [Standby after], select the desired time before switching to standby mode. If the [Never] is selected for [Logout after], the selected time for [Standby after] is used as the wait time before switching to standby mode.

  • Page 109: Changing The Admin Password

    4.7.3 Changing the Admin Password If a password is lost or forgotten, login is not possible. Manage passwords carefully. If the password has been lost or forgotten, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. 1. Select [System Settings] [Login Settings] [Admin Password].

  • Page 110: Configuring The Network Settings, Giving The Scanner An Ip Address

    4.8 Configuring the Network Settings Configuring the Network Settings 4.8.1 Giving the Scanner an IP Address An IP address must be set in order to connect the scanner to a network. 1. Select [Network Settings] [Basic] [IP Address]. The DHCP or IP address setting window appears. 2.

  • Page 111

    If the IP address is the same as one already in use, network communication problems will occur. In this case, try the following steps: 1. Disconnect the LAN cable. 2. Press the [Shutdown] button on the LCD touch panel to turn the scanner off.

  • Page 112: Setting The Dns Server

    4.8 Configuring the Network Settings Central Admin 4.8.2 Setting the DNS Server Console A primary DNS and secondary DNS can be set. 1. Select [Network Settings] [Basic] [DNS Server]. The [DNS Server] window appears. 2. Enter the following numerical addresses: Primary DNS Secondary DNS 3.

  • Page 113: Setting The Wins Server

    Central Admin 4.8.3 Setting the WINS Server Console A primary WINS and secondary WINS can be set. 1. Select [Network Settings] [Basic] [WINS Server]. The [WINS Server] window appears. 2. Enter the following numerical addresses: Primary WINS Secondary WINS 3. Press the [OK] button. The information entered is set.

  • Page 114: Setting The Ntp Server

    4.8 Configuring the Network Settings Central Admin 4.8.4 Setting the NTP Server Console Set the NTP server. 1. Select [Network Settings] [Basic] [NTP Server]. The [NTP Server] window appears. For Central Admin Console, the time synchronization is not possible. 2. Enter the NTP server IP address, host name, or FQDN. If an NTP server is not required, leave this field blank.

  • Page 115: Setting The Proxy Server

    Central Admin 4.8.5 Setting the Proxy Server Console Set whether a proxy server is used when connecting to the FTP server or SharePoint server. When a proxy server is used for update check, an HTTP proxy server should be set. 1.

  • Page 116: Checking The Network Connection With A Ping Test

    4.8 Configuring the Network Settings 6. Press the [OK] button. The information entered is set. 4.8.6 Checking the Network Connection with a Ping Test Check the network connection using a ping test. 1. Select [Network Settings] [Basic] [Ping]. The [Ping] window appears. 2.

  • Page 117

    3. Press the [Ping] button. A ping test is performed and the results are displayed. For details about the result, refer to "Checking Basic Network Operation with a Ping Test" (page 440).

  • Page 118: Checking The Network Operating Status, Checking The Network Status

    4.8 Configuring the Network Settings 4.8.7 Checking the Network Operating Status ■ Checking the Network Status The operating status of the network can be checked. The following information is shown. If the information is not shown, refer to "8.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting"...

  • Page 119: Setting The Link Speed/duplex Mode, Setting Wake On Lan

    If connection to LDAP server is not possible, try the following steps: 1. Disconnect the LAN cable. 2. Press the [Shutdown] button on the LCD touch panel to turn the scanner off. 3. Press the power button to start the scanner with the LAN cable disconnected.

  • Page 120: Setting The Admin Connection

    4.8 Configuring the Network Settings Central Admin 4.8.8 Setting the Admin Connection Console To use the Admin Tool or Central Admin Server for the scanner, perform the connection settings. 1. Select [Network Settings] [Network Admin] [Admin Connection]. The [Admin Connection] window appears. For Central Admin Console, contents of the SSL Certificate are not shown.

  • Page 121

    If the admin connection settings are changed using the Admin Tool, the Admin Tool is disconnected from the scanner. If any further actions are required, the Admin Tool will need to be reconnected to the scanner. If SSL is enabled, SSL is also used for communication between the Central Admin Server and the scanner.

  • Page 122: Setting A Central Admin Server

    4.8 Configuring the Network Settings Central Admin 4.8.9 Setting a Central Admin Server Console If [On] is selected for [Central Admin], scanners can be targeted for Central Admin. 1. Select [Network Settings] [Network Admin] [Scanner Central Admin Server]. The [Scanner Central Admin Server] window appears. For Central Admin Console, [Address] and [Port Number] cannot be set.

  • Page 123

    7. For [Update Scheduler], set whether to enable automatic update for the scanner systems (including security, installed options), scanner settings, and Add-ins. Automatic updates start when the scanner is in a standby mode or when no user is logged in while it is turned on. Even if notifications from the Central Admin Server or Wake-On-LAN cannot be used, an update can be performed according to the specified date and time.

  • Page 124: Configuring The Ldap Settings, Setting The Login Ldap Server

    4.9 Configuring the LDAP Settings Configuring the LDAP Settings Central Admin 4.9.1 Setting the Login LDAP Server Console If a login LDAP server is set, user authentication will be checked. 1. Select [Network Settings] [Authentication Server] [Login LDAP Server]. The [Login LDAP Server] window appears. 2.

  • Page 125

    7. For [Search Timeout], select the LDAP List search timeout delay. The selected [Search Timeout] value is displayed. 8. For [Login User Attributes], select login user attributes. When [Other LDAP Server] is selected for the [Server Type], select whether LDAP server login users can be searched for by "uid"...

  • Page 126: Ldap Search Target

    4.9 Configuring the LDAP Settings ■ LDAP Search Target The search range and method for LDAP server searches differs according to the LDAP server connection, or search base (DN) settings (Step 2 Step 6 "4.9.1 Setting the Login LDAP Server" (page 124)).

  • Page 127

    Example 1: When searching for (administrator, user A, user B) CN=Users, DC=example, DC=com Active Directory configuration is as follows. Example 2: When searching for (user C, user D, user E) OU=department, DC=example, DC=com Active Directory configuration is as follows.

  • Page 128

    4.9 Configuring the LDAP Settings Example 3: When searching for (user C, user D) OU=section A, OU=department, DC=example, DC=com Active Directory configuration is as follows. Example 4: When searching for all users no [Search Base (DN)] setting, or DC=example, DC=com...

  • Page 129

    For connecting with Global Catalog (when [Active Directory Global Catalog] is selected in Step The following shows an example (where the parent domain name is example.com, and subdomain name is sub.example.com) for the [Search Base (DN)] to be entered in Step 6.

  • Page 130: Setting The E-mail Ldap Server

    4.9 Configuring the LDAP Settings Central Admin 4.9.2 Setting the e-Mail LDAP Server Console If an e-mail LDAP server is set, the searches within the LDAP LIST on the [e-Mail Address Book] window can be performed. 1. Select [Network Settings] [Authentication Server] [e-Mail LDAP Server].

  • Page 131

    5. If [Other LDAP Server] is selected for [Server Type], press the [Schema] button. The window for adjusting the search item schema for LDAP search appears. 6. When schema names are assigned to search items, press the [OK] button. The [e-Mail LDAP Server] window appears again. 7.

  • Page 132: Setting The Ldap Search Parameters

    4.9 Configuring the LDAP Settings Central Admin 4.9.3 Setting the LDAP Search Parameters Console Set the LDAP search parameters. LDAP search parameters are search conditions specified for the (left and middle) buttons displayed on the LDAP List in the [e-Mail Address Book] window. The buttons are, for example, the [First Name] and [Last Name] buttons on the following window.

  • Page 133

    The following shows the correspondence between the administrator [Customize LDAP Search] window settings, and the regular user search condition buttons on the [e-Mail Address Book] - [LDAP List] tab. Left Button Determines the setting of the left button on the [LDAP List] tab. Middle Button Determines the setting of the middle button on the [LDAP List] tab.

  • Page 134: Configuring The E-mail-related Settings, Setting The E-mail Server

    4.10 Configuring the e-Mail-Related Settings 4.10 Configuring the e-Mail-Related Settings Central Admin 4.10.1 Setting the e-Mail Server Console e-Mail cannot be sent if authentication is required by the e-mail server before sending. 1. Select [Network Settings] [e-Mail] [SMTP Server]. The [SMTP Server] window appears. 2.

  • Page 135

    8. Set the [Maximum Attachment Size] for e-mails (total data size when sending an e-mail). Set this value so as not to exceed the value of the message size restriction set in the SMTP server. 9. For [Address Warning Limit], set the maximum number of addresses to which e-mail can be sent without confirmation.

  • Page 136: Configuring Settings For Sending E-mail

    4.10 Configuring the e-Mail-Related Settings Central Admin 4.10.2 Configuring Settings for Sending e-Mail Console Configure the user [Send e-Mail] window used by a regular user to send a scanned image by e-mail. Set the character encoding used when e-mails are sent. 1.

  • Page 137: 4.10.3 Setting A File Name Format For When Attaching Scanned Data

    4.10.3 Setting a File Name Format for When Attaching Scanned Data to Central Admin e-Mail Console Set a file name format for when attaching scanned data to an e-mail. The "File Name" entered on the [Send e-Mail] window is displayed as the default value for this setting.

  • Page 138

    4.10 Configuring the e-Mail-Related Settings 2. Select a file name format. When multiple file names are selected, file names are created in the following order. Prefix Scanner name User Date Time The date format and delimiter are set according to the [Date Format] and [Delimiter] settings.

  • Page 139: Setting The Fax Server

    4.11 Setting the Fax Server Central Admin Console Set the fax server (RightFax). 1. Select [Network Settings] [Fax] [Fax Server]. The [Fax Server] window appears. 2. Enter a monitored fax server (RightFax) e-mail address. If the fax server setting is not required, leave the field blank. For details about e-mail address settings values, refer to "B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values"...

  • Page 140: Setting The Network Folders, Setting Folders For Saving Scanned Data

    4.12 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data 4.12 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data The following folders can be set as the folders for saving scanned data. Network Folder FTP Server Folder SharePoint Folder Central Admin 4.12.1 Setting the Network Folders Console A list of network folders may be set as [Save] targets for scanned data.

  • Page 141: Registering A Network Folder (network Tree)

    ■ Registering a Network Folder (Network Tree) 1. Select [Network Settings] [Network Folder] [Network Folder]. The [Network Folder] window appears. 2. Press the [Add] button. The window for selecting a network folder appears. Desired domains may not be shown in the Network Folders. In this case, directly enter the path alias for the file server, or wait for a few minutes and re- open the window for adding a network folder.

  • Page 142

    4.12 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data 3. Select a domain The network tree expands and the subordinate computer names are displayed. If an authentication window is displayed, enter a user name and password. If authentication is successful, the subordinate computer names are displayed. 4.

  • Page 143: Registering A Network Folder (network Path)

    ■ Registering a Network Folder (Network Path) 1. Select [Network Settings] [Network Folder] [Network Folder]. The [Network Folder] window appears. 2. Press the [Add] button. The window for selecting a network folder appears. 3. Press the [Network Path] button. The window for adding a network folder appears. 4.

  • Page 144: Renaming A Network Folder, Removing A Network Folder

    4.12 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data ■ Renaming a Network Folder 1. Select [Network Settings] [Network Folder] [Network Folder]. The [Network Folder] window appears. 2. Select the network folder that is to be renamed. 3. Press the [Edit] button. The window for editing the network folder appears.

  • Page 145: Viewing The Network Folder Details

    ■ Viewing the Network Folder Details 1. Select [Network Settings] [Network Folder] [Network Folder]. The [Network Folder] window appears. 2. Select the desired network folder from the folder list. 3. Press the [Details] button. The information for the selected network folder is displayed.

  • Page 146: Setting The Ftp Server Folders, Registering An Ftp Server Folder

    4.12 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data Central Admin 4.12.2 Setting the FTP Server Folders Console A list of FTP server folders may be set as [Save] targets for scanned data. Any FTP server folder can be specified as an FTP server folder. Up to the total of 100 FTP server folders and network folders can be added.

  • Page 147

    2. Press the [Add] button. The window for setting an FTP server folder appears. 3. Enter a [Folder Alias] for the FTP server folder. 4. Enter an [FTP Path] for the FTP server folder. 5. Set a [Port Number] for the FTP server. 6.

  • Page 148: Changing The Ftp Server Folder Settings, Removing An Ftp Server Folder

    4.12 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data 12. Press the [OK] button. User authentication may be required to access the FTP server. When the user name and password are valid, the [FTP Server Folder] window appears again and the FTP server folder is set. Select a readable and writable FTP server folder.

  • Page 149: Viewing The Ftp Server Folder Details

    ■ Viewing the FTP Server Folder Details 1. Select [Network Settings] [FTP Server Folder] [FTP Server Folder]. The [FTP Server Folder] window appears. 2. Select the desired FTP server folder from the folder list. 3. Press the [Details] button. The information for the selected FTP server folder is displayed.

  • Page 150: Setting The Sharepoint Folders

    4.12 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data Central Admin 4.12.3 Setting the SharePoint Folders Console A list of SharePoint folders may be set as [Scan to SharePoint] targets for scanned data. For details about setting a file name for scanned data to be saved in a SharePoint folder, refer to "4.12.4 Setting a File Name Format for When Saving Scanned Data"...

  • Page 151: Renaming A Sharepoint Folder (display Name)

    5. Select the folder that is to be a save target from the [SharePoint Site Folders] list, and press the [<<<] button. The selected folder is added to the [Scan to SharePoint Folders] list, making it available to users as a save target. To set a SharePoint folder from the Central Admin Server, install .NET Framework 3.0 Service Pack 1 or later into the Central Admin Server, and restart it.

  • Page 152: Removing A Sharepoint Folder

    4.12 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data 4. Enter the name that is to be shown for the selected SharePoint folder. 5. Press the [OK] button. The SharePoint folder is renamed. ■ Removing a SharePoint Folder 1. Select [Network Settings] [SharePoint Folder] [SharePoint Folder].

  • Page 153: 4.12.4 Setting A File Name Format For When Saving Scanned Data

    4.12.4 Setting a File Name Format for When Saving Scanned Data Central Admin Console A file name format can be set to be used when scanned data is saved in a network folder, FTP server folder, or SharePoint folder. The specified file name format is used for the default value in the [File Name] input field on the [Save] or [Scan to SharePoint] window for regular users.

  • Page 154

    4.12 Setting Folders for Saving Scanned Data 2. For [Sub-folder Name Format], set a folder in which to save the scanned data. Do not select a name format for a sub-folder if you save the scanned data directly in the network folder, FTP server folder, or SharePoint folder. Select a name format for a sub-folder if you save the scanned data in the sub- folder under the network folder, FTP server folder, or SharePoint folder.

  • Page 155

    4. For [Seq. Number], select a sequence number format. If the file name which exceeds the maximum sequence number possible already exists in the target folder for saving, the sequence numbers are not added correctly. The following explains the way in which sequence numbers are added. Sequence numbers start from 1.

  • Page 156: Setting The Network Printers

    4.13 Setting the Network Printers 4.13 Setting the Network Printers Central Admin Console Set a printer connected to the network. The procedure for setting a network printer is as follows. 1. Check the printer driver. For details, refer to "Checking the Printer Drivers" (page 157).

  • Page 157: Checking The Printer Drivers

    ■ Checking the Printer Drivers The driver installed on the print server must be compatible with Windows XP. Use the following procedure to check whether the drivers installed on the print server are Windows XP compatible drivers. 1. From the [Start] menu on the print server, select [Control Panel] [Printers and Faxes].

  • Page 158: Setting The Printer Properties

    4.13 Setting the Network Printers ■ Setting the Printer Properties Use the following procedures to set a printer. 1. From the [Start] menu on the print server, select [Control Panel] [Printers and Faxes]. The [Printers and Faxes] window appears. 2. Right-click on a printer, and select [Properties]. Printer properties appear.

  • Page 159

    It is recommended that the same printer be added to the print server multiple times for each instance of property settings. For example, "for color printing" and "for black & white printing". For a color printing example, the procedure for adding a printer is as follows. 1.

  • Page 160

    4.13 Setting the Network Printers Since the shared name is displayed on the windows of the scanner, it is recommended to name the printer with an alias that indicates the contents of the properties settings as follows. Follow the prompts on the window. The "Completing the Add Printer Wizard"...

  • Page 161: Registering A Network Printer (network Tree)

    ■ Registering a Network Printer (Network Tree) 1. Select [Network Settings] [Print] [Network Printer]. The [Network Printer] window appears. 2. Press the [Add] button. The window for selecting a network printer appears. Some domains may not be shown in the window for selecting a network printer.

  • Page 162

    4.13 Setting the Network Printers 3. Select a domain The network tree expands and the subordinate computer names are displayed. If an authentication window is displayed, enter a user name and password. If authentication is successful, the subordinate computer names are displayed. 4.

  • Page 163

    6. Press the [OK] button. The window returns to the [Network Printer] window, and the registered network printer is added to the network printer list. Once the network printer is registered, do not change the shared name or printer alias on the print server. To change the shared name or printer alias, remove the registered network printer first, and then change the share name/printer alias, and register it again.

  • Page 164: Registering A Network Printer (network Path)

    4.13 Setting the Network Printers ■ Registering a Network Printer (Network Path) 1. Select [Network Settings] [Print] [Network Printer]. The [Network Printer] window appears. 2. Press the [Add] button. The window for selecting a network printer appears. 3. Press the [Network Path] button. The window for adding a network printer appears.

  • Page 165: Renaming A Network Printer

    The default network printer alias will be the same as the alias selected from the network tree. For details on changing the folder alias later, refer to "Renaming a Network Printer" (page 165). The authentication window may appear. ■ Renaming a Network Printer 1.

  • Page 166: Removing A Network Printer, Viewing The Printer Details

    4.13 Setting the Network Printers ■ Removing a Network Printer 1. Select [Network Settings] [Print] [Network Printer]. The [Network Printer] window appears. 2. Select the network printer that is to be removed from the printer list. 3. Press the [Remove] button. The window for removing a network printer appears.

  • Page 167: Viewing The Scanner Details, Viewing The System Status

    4.14 Viewing the Scanner Details Central Admin 4.14.1 Viewing the System Status Console 1. Select [Monitoring & Management] [Status Details] [System Status]. The system status information is displayed.

  • Page 168: Viewing The Usage Status, Viewing The Status Of Consumable Parts, Resetting The Usage Counter

    4.14 Viewing the Scanner Details Central Admin 4.14.2 Viewing the Usage Status Console Information about the number of documents that have been scanned and the status of the scanner's consumable parts (pad assy or pick roller) can be viewed. For details about replacing consumable parts, refer to "7.5 Replacing Parts"...

  • Page 169: Viewing The Status Of Installed Options

    Central Admin 4.14.3 Viewing the Status of Installed Options Console 1. Select [Monitoring & Management] [Status Details] [Installed Options]. The [Installed Options] window appears.

  • Page 170: Managing The User Log, Viewing The User Log Details

    4.14 Viewing the Scanner Details 4.14.4 Managing the User Log The most recent 1,000 user log entries are saved by the scanner. User logs may contain private information such as e-mail addresses or fax numbers, so care should be taken when managing such data. If a log file error is detected during scanner operation, the log file will be cleared and the log entry "Error 81001004 Corrupted user log file was deleted."...

  • Page 171: Downloading The User Logs In Csv Format, Clearing The User Logs

    ■ Downloading the User Logs in CSV Format User logs can be downloaded to a computer in CSV format. The file is saved in the following format: "Date","Time","User","Result","Code","Operation","Pages","Description" The default file name is "OperationLog.csv". 1. Select [Monitoring & Management] [Status Details] [User Log].

  • Page 172: Managing The System Log, Viewing The System Log Details

    4.14 Viewing the Scanner Details 4.14.5 Managing the System Log Up to 1,000 system information logs (such as for startup, shutdown, and system errors) are saved in the scanner. System logs may contain private information such as e-mail addresses or fax numbers, so care should be taken when managing such data.

  • Page 173: Downloading The System Log In Csv Format, Clearing The System Log

    ■ Downloading the System Log in CSV Format When downloaded to a computer, the file will contain CSV format data. The file is saved in the following form: "Date","Time","Type","Message" The default file name is "SystemLog.csv". 1. Select [Monitoring & Management] [Status Details] [System Log].

  • Page 174: Managing The User Data Store And System Settings, Maintaining The User Data Store

    4.15 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings 4.15 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings 4.15.1 Maintaining the User Data Store The scanner's user data store can be backed-up, restored, and deleted. The user data store contains the following information: "My List"...

  • Page 175: Backing Up The User Data Store

    5. The user data store (containing users A001 to A100) backed up in Step 2 is restored. Users A001 to A100 are to be restored, of whom 50 are already in the current user data store (users A001 to A050) and so will be overwrite targets. Users A051 to A100 are considered "new"...

  • Page 176

    4.15 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings 2. Press the [Backup] button. The [File Download] dialog box appears. 3. Press the [Save] button. Make sure there is enough free space on the disk where it is to be saved and press the [Save] button.

  • Page 177: Restoring The User Data Store, Clearing The User Data Store

    ■ Restoring the User Data Store The scanner's user data store can be restored from a backed-up user data store file. Restoring user data overwrites all user information stored at the time of restoration, and returns all e-mail address books, fax number list, and scan settings to the time the backup was taken.

  • Page 178: Maintaining The System Settings, Downloading The System Settings In Csv Format

    4.15 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings 4.15.2 Maintaining the System Settings The scanner's system settings set by the administrator can be saved in CSV format, backed up, restored, or returned to their factory default values. System settings do not include the network printer settings. ■...

  • Page 179: Backing Up System Settings

    4. Name the file and specify where it should be saved. The file will contain CSV format data. 5. Press the [Save] button. The system settings for the scanner are downloaded. ■ Backing up System Settings The administrator can back up the scanner system settings. Backup files can later be used to restore system settings.

  • Page 180: Restoring The System Settings

    4.15 Managing the User Data Store and System Settings ■ Restoring the System Settings Restore the system settings. The system settings can be restored in the following ways. Return the system settings backup file to the same scanner Import the system settings backed up from another scanner to the current scanner 1.

  • Page 181: Resetting Factory Defaults

    ■ Resetting Factory Defaults The system settings or entire system can be reset to factory defaults. 1. Select [Monitoring & Management] [Data Management] [System Settings File]. The [System Settings File] window appears. 2. Perform either of the following steps. To reset system settings to factory defaults, press the [Reset] button for [Reset system settings to factory defaults and clear logs.].

  • Page 182: Updating The Scanner's System Software, Maintaining The System

    4.16 Maintaining the System 4.16 Maintaining the System 4.16.1 Updating the Scanner's System Software The scanner system, security system, and installed options can be updated as follows. 1. Select [Monitoring & Management] [Maintenance] [System Update]. The [System Update] window appears. 2.

  • Page 183

    3. Press the [Upload] button. The [Current System Version] and [Was Updated On] values are displayed. When installed options or the system including installed options are updated, the following window appears. 4. Press the [OK] button. The system update process is started. After the system has updated, the scanner is restarted.

  • Page 184: Checking For New Updates, Checking For New Updates Manually

    4.16 Maintaining the System 4.16.2 Checking for New Updates You can check whether new updates are available from the published server for the scanner system, security system, and installed options. You can also set whether to receive an e-mail notification if a new update is released. To use the proxy server to check for released updates, set the HTTP proxy server as necessary.

  • Page 185: Checking For Updates At Scanner Startup, Available

    ■ Checking for Updates at Scanner Startup You can set the function for automatically checking for updates each time the scanner is started. 1. Select [Monitoring & Management] [Maintenance] [System Update]. The [System Update] window appears. 2. Select the [Check for updates at scanner startup.] check box. ■...

  • Page 186: Maintaining Add-in Modules, Installing An Add-in Module

    4.16 Maintaining the System 4.16.3 Maintaining Add-in Modules An "Add-in" is an application created by using the ScanSnap N1800 SDK (development kit). This section describes how to check the Add-in status, how to install/uninstall an Add-in module, how to upload an Add-in settings file, and how to set the on-screen keyboard to be displayed when running an Add-in.

  • Page 187: Uninstalling An Add-in Module, Viewing The Add-in Status

    ■ Uninstalling an Add-in Module 1. Select [Monitoring & Management] [Maintenance] [Add-in Software]. The [Add-in Software] window appears. 2. Perform either of following operations: To uninstall one Add-in module, select the Add-in module from the list and press the [Uninstall] button. To uninstall all Add-in modules listed, press the [Uninstall All] button.

  • Page 188: Uploading An Add-in Settings File, Setting The On-screen Keyboard Display When Running An Add-in

    4.16 Maintaining the System ■ Uploading an Add-in Settings File 1. Select [Monitoring & Management] [Maintenance] [Add-in Software]. The [Add-in Software] window appears. 2. When multiple Add-ins are installed, select the target Add-in from the list. 3. Press the [Browse] button and specify the Add-in settings file to be uploaded.

  • Page 189: Setting The Information Output Level

    Support]. The [Technical Support] window appears. 2. Enter the desired information output level. Set the level requested by your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. 3. Press the [OK] button. The information output level is set.

  • Page 190: Obtaining Technical Support

    If any problems occur when setting up or using the scanner, technical support information can be collected to help determine the cause of the problem. The information obtained should be sent to your FUJITSU scanner dealer along with the scanner when given for repair.

  • Page 191: 4.16.6 Setting The Destination For Alert Notifications

    4.16.6 Setting the Destination for Alert Notifications Central Admin Console An alert notification can be sent by e-mail whenever a scanner alert situation occurs. This section describes how to specify an e-mail address as the destination for alert notification. When the destination for alert notification is set, an alert notification message is sent to the registered e-mail address entitled "Network Scanner (XXXX) Error"...

  • Page 192: Getting A Screenshot On The Lcd Touch Panel

    4.16 Maintaining the System 4. To perform SMTP authentication, for [SMTP Server Authentication], specify the user authentication information to be used for sending e- mail. To perform the SMTP authentication, enable SMTP authentication and configure the required settings for the authentication in the [SMTP Server] window.

  • Page 193

    3. Press the [Get Screenshot] button. A screenshot of the current window on the LCD touch panel is acquired and displayed. 4. Select a file format (BMP or JPEG) of the image of the screenshot to be saved. 5. When you refer to a date, the scanner as the connection destination, or a comment to define a file name for the file to be saved, enter a proper string for the file name in the relevant input field.

  • Page 194: Setting A Job Sequence

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence 4.17 Setting a Job Sequence After the job sequence, job menu, and job group settings are performed on the Job Menu, a regular user can use each assigned job menu at login, and process a job. 1.

  • Page 195

    3. Job Group Settings A job group is a group of users assigned with the same job menu, by the administrator. Users associated with a group can use its job menu. All users who are not included in any job group belong to a default group. For example, job menu A is assigned to group A, and job menu D is assigned to the default group.

  • Page 196: Job Setting Quick User Guide

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence 4.17.1 Job Setting Quick User Guide The procedure for an administrator to set up job is shown below. Setting a job sequence For details, refer to "4.17.2 Setting a Job Sequence" (page Jobs List 198). View, add to, or edit the Jobs List.

  • Page 197: Processing A Job

    Processing a job For details, refer to "6.14 Processing a Process the job. Job" (page 402). When a user logs in, the assigned job menu is displayed, and a job can be selected and processed. Before processing a job set on the job mode edit window of the Central Admin Console, the job mode settings set on the [Job Mode Settings] window must be released.

  • Page 198: Adding A Job Sequence, Setting A Job Sequence

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence Central Admin 4.17.2 Setting a Job Sequence Console Set the scan options and job item (e-Mail/Fax/Print/Save) to be processed together as a job sequence. Up to 1,000 job sequences can be set. ■ Adding a Job Sequence This section describes how to add a job sequence.

  • Page 199

    4. Press [ ] to the left of [Common Settings], and set the operations for when a job is processed. The layout of the message displayed in the message screen settings, and the actual [Message Screen] layout in the scanner may differ. Check the layout in the scanner and then enter the title and message in the [Message Screen].

  • Page 200

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence 5. Press [ ] to the left of [Scan Settings]. Set the desired scan options, such as Carrier Sheet, Color Mode, and Paper Size. For details about setting values, refer to "6.9 Setting the Scan Options" (page 354).

  • Page 201

    7. If [e-Mail] is selected for the job item in Step 6, perform settings related to sending e-mail. For details about setting values, refer to "6.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail" (page 307). Press the [Browse] button to set a different e-mail address from the [LDAP List] window.

  • Page 202

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence 8. If [Fax] is selected for the job item in Step 6, perform settings related to sending a fax. For details about setting values, refer to "6.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax" (page 322). Press the [Browse] button to set a different e-mail address from the [LDAP List] window.

  • Page 203

    10. If [Save] is selected for the job item in Step 6, perform settings related to saving. For details about setting values other than those for a [Save process results file], refer to "6.7 Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder" (page 342).

  • Page 204: Cloning A Job Sequence, Editing A Job Sequence

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence 11. Press the [OK] button. A job sequence is added to the [Jobs List] window. ■ Cloning a Job Sequence This section describes how to clone a job sequence. 1. Press the [Job Sequences] button. The [Jobs List] window appears.

  • Page 205: Deleting A Job Sequence, Filtering Job Sequences

    ■ Deleting a Job Sequence This section describes how to delete a job sequence. 1. Press the [Job Sequences] button. The [Jobs List] window appears. 2. Select the job sequence to be deleted. 3. Press the [Delete] button. The confirmation window appears. 4.

  • Page 206: Filtering The Ldap List

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Filtering the LDAP List This section describes how to filter the LDAP List on the [LDAP List] window. 1. For [User Name], select the display format for the user names shown on the user name/e-mail address list. 2.

  • Page 207: Setting A Job Menu, Adding A Job Menu

    Central Admin 4.17.3 Setting a Job Menu Console Assign the job sequence set in "4.17.2 Setting a Job Sequence" (page 198) to a job button, and job buttons on a job menu. Up to 100 job menus can be set. ■...

  • Page 208

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence 2. Press the [New] button. The [Job Menu Layout] area becomes active. 3. Enter the job menu name. 4. Select the job button position, and press the [Edit] button. The [Job Button Settings] window appears. 5.

  • Page 209

    7. To start the Add-in module when the job button is pressed, select the Add-in module to be started from [Add-in]. To start up the Add-in module when the job button is selected, select the [Use button to start Add-in module] check box. If an Add-in module is not installed in a scanner, you cannot select it.

  • Page 210

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence 11. Change the position of the job buttons as necessary. Select the job button to move, and then select either the [Up] button or the [Down] button to move it. The relationship between the order of job buttons on the [Job Menu Layout] area and the arrangement of buttons on the [Job Menu] is shown below.

  • Page 211: Cloning A Job Menu, Editing A Job Menu

    ■ Cloning a Job Menu This section describes how to clone a job menu. 1. Press the [Job Menus] button. The [Job Menus List] window appears. 2. Select the job menu to view. 3. Press the [Clone] button. The [Job Menu Layout] area becomes active. 4.

  • Page 212: Deleting A Job Menu, Viewing The Detailed Settings For A Job Menu

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Deleting a Job Menu This section describes how to delete a job menu. 1. Press the [Job Menus] button. The [Job Menus List] window appears. 2. Select the job menu to be deleted. 3. Press the [Delete] button. The confirmation window appears.

  • Page 213: Setting A Job Group, Adding A Job Group

    Central Admin 4.17.4 Setting a Job Group Console Assign the job menu set in "4.17.3 Setting a Job Menu" (page 207) to a job group. Users included in a job group can use the job menus assigned to the group. Users included in multiple job groups can use the multiple job menus assigned to those groups.

  • Page 214

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence 2. Press the [New] button. The [Settings For Selected Group(s)] area become active. 3. Enter the job group name for [Job Group Name]. 4. Press the [Select] button. The [Select Job Menu] window appears. 5. Select a job menu. 6.

  • Page 215

    7. Set whether or not to display the Multi-Function Menu. If the same user is included in multiple job groups, the [Modes Available To User] settings of the group that appears first in the list on the [Job Groups List] window are used.

  • Page 216

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence 12. Press the [<<<] button. The user, Active Directory group, or local account is added to the [Group Membership List]. Up to 1,000 members can be added as job group members. To delete a member added to the [Group Membership List], select the check box in the [Member Name] list, and then press the [>>>] button.

  • Page 217: Editing A Job Group, Deleting A Job Group

    ■ Editing a Job Group This section describes how to edit a job group. 1. Press the [Job Groups] button. The [Job Groups List] window appears. 2. Select the check box for the job group to be edited. 3. Press the [Edit] button. The [Settings For Selected Group(s)] area becomes active.

  • Page 218: Viewing The Detailed Settings For A Job Group

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Viewing the Detailed Settings for a Job Group This section describes how to view the detailed settings for a job group. 1. Press the [Job Groups] button. The [Job Groups List] window appears. 2. Select the job group to view. The details for the selected job menu appear in the [Settings For Selected Group(s)] area.

  • Page 219

    3. Press the [Edit] button. The [Settings For Selected Group(s)] area becomes active. 4. Press the [Select] button. The [Select Job Menu] window appears. 5. Select a job menu. 6. Press the [OK] button. A job menu is set on the [Settings For Selected Group(s)] area. 7.

  • Page 220

    4.17 Setting a Job Sequence ■ Filtering the LDAP List This section describes how to filter the LDAP List on the [Job Group Member Settings] window. 1. For [Filter Conditions] of the LDAP List, select the filtering method. 2. Enter the filter character string. 3.

  • Page 221: Messages

    4.18 Messages The following shows an example of the window that appears to display a message for the administrator. The following lists the meanings of icons shown on message windows. Icon Details Indicates a warning message. This icon is displayed also for improper input values.

  • Page 222: Administrator Window Messages

    4.18 Messages 4.18.1 Administrator Window Messages For details about messages and system logs, other than those shown in the table below, refer to Help. Window Message Action Admin Tool Connection error For details about the action to be taken, refer to "8.2.3 Failure to Access the Scanner using a Web Browser, Admin Tool, or...

  • Page 224

    Chapter 5 Administrator Operations (Central Admin Console) This chapter explains scanner setting and management of the scanner performed using the Central Admin Console. 5.1 Function List......................225 5.2 Central Admin Console Window................ 228 5.3 Central Admin Console Quick Guide ..............229 5.4 Pre-settings for Using Central Admin Console..........

  • Page 225: Function List

    Function List The functions that can be used in the Central Admin Console are as follows. Function Used to... See... Scanner View information for each scanner in "5.7 Setting Scanner Configuration the Central Admin Console. Also you Configuration" (page Management can export the information in CSV 249) format by using the export function.

  • Page 226

    5.1 Function List Function Used to... See... Scanner Settings Create scanner settings in the Central "5.8 Monitoring and Update Admin Server, and upload/release Maintaining the them to multiple scanners. The Scanner Network" contents of the scanner settings can (page 258) be changed per settings group.

  • Page 227

    Function Used to... See... Job Mode Settings Share jobs between multiple "5.12 Setting the Job scanners. Job mode settings can be Mode" (page 267) created and edited in the Central Admin Console. User Data Roaming Share user information such as the e- "4.8.9 Setting a mail address book and scan settings Central Admin...

  • Page 228: Central Admin Console Window

    5.2 Central Admin Console Window Central Admin Console Window The windows of the Central Admin Console are as follows. When a button in the menu is pressed, the corresponding window is shown. [Scanner Admin Operations] window [Scanner Operation Monitor] window [Scanner Config List] window [Event Log] window You can set the [Scanner Admin Operations] window or [Scanner Operation Monitor]...

  • Page 229: Central Admin Console Quick Guide

    Central Admin Console Quick Guide Administrator operations for management using the Central Admin Console are as follows. Pre-settings For details, refer to "5.4 Pre-settings for Using Central Admin Console" (page Installing the Central Admin Server 231). Software Installing the Central Admin Console Setting up a Firewall for the Central Admin Server Configuring the Scanner Settings for...

  • Page 230: Scanner Settings

    5.3 Central Admin Console Quick Guide Scanner settings / For details, refer to the following. management "5.8 Monitoring and Maintaining the Scanner Network" (page 258) Monitoring and Maintaining the "5.9 Updating the System" (page 259) Scanner Network "5.10 Installing an Add-in" (page 261) Updating the System "5.11 Updating the Scanner Settings"...

  • Page 231: Pre-settings For Using Central Admin Console, Installing The Central Admin Server Software

    Pre-settings for Using Central Admin Console This section explains the required pre-settings for using the Central Admin Console. 5.4.1 Installing the Central Admin Server Software Install the Central Admin Server software in a computer. 1. Perform Step 1 Step 3 "Installing the Admin Tool"...

  • Page 232

    5.4 Pre-settings for Using Central Admin Console 3. Press the [Download] button. Downloading is not possible while a scanner operation is in process. Do not close the Web browser or logout until installation is complete. Installation requires 700 MB of free disk space, which includes 200 MB required to install SQL Server 2005 Express Edition.

  • Page 233

    For details about the operating environment required for installing the Central Admin Server software, refer to "1.4.3 Requirements for Central Admin Server" (page 48). When installing the Central Admin Server software, the same necessary pre- settings before logging in with the Admin Tool are required. For details, refer to "4.2.2 Setting up for Administrator Access via the Admin Tool"...

  • Page 234

    5.4 Pre-settings for Using Central Admin Console If an interruption or error occurs during the installation or uninstallation process, the following software components may be installed. AMMANAGER instance of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Microsoft SQL Server Native Client Microsoft SQL Server Setup Support Files Microsoft SQL Server VSS Writer MSXML 6.0 Parser In this case, uninstall the software components described above.

  • Page 235: Importing The Certificate

    ■ Importing the Certificate This section uses Windows Server 2003 as an example. 1. To startup IIS Manager, on the [Start] menu, point to [Administrative Tools], and select [Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager]. 2. Show the Web sites for importing the certificate. Certificates are imported to the following Web sites: AmConsole AmService...

  • Page 236: Installing The Central Admin Console

    5.4 Pre-settings for Using Central Admin Console 5.4.2 Installing the Central Admin Console Install the Central Admin Console in a computer. 1. Perform Step 1 Step 3 "Installing the Admin Tool" (page 79). The download window appears. 2. Press the [Next] button for [Central Admin Console]. The Central Admin Console download window appears.

  • Page 237

    After installation is completed, log out from the scanner on the Web browser and close the Web browser. After installation, the Central Admin Console can be started by selecting the [Start] menu - [All Programs] - [Scanner Central Admin] - [Scanner Central Admin Console].

  • Page 238: Setting Up A Firewall For The Central Admin Server, Firewall For Central Admin Server

    5.4 Pre-settings for Using Central Admin Console 5.4.3 Setting up a Firewall for the Central Admin Server This section describes the firewall settings for the Central Admin Server. Set the following port number for communication in the Central Admin Server, to enable management by the Central Admin Console.

  • Page 239: Uninstalling The Central Admin Console

    Even if uninstalled, data will remain. Delete this data if it is not required. For Windows XP, data is saved in the following way. C:\Documents and Settings\User_name \Local Settings\Application Data\FUJITSU \CentralAdminConsole.exe_xxx The italic text represents variable character strings.

  • Page 240: Central Admin Server Login: Via The Central Admin Console

    If the normal screen display does not appear (for example: an "X" mark appears), wait for a few minutes and try again. If the problem still occurs, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. The default user name and password for the administrator are set as follows:...

  • Page 241

    If the port number was changed in "5.6 Setting the Central Admin Server" (page 243), enter the port number changed for [Port Number]. To use SSL, select the [Use HTTPS] check box. If Central Admin Console is started while there is insufficient free memory, a script error may occur.

  • Page 242

    5.5 Central Admin Server Login: via the Central Admin Console 5. Press the [Login] button. If the user is authenticated, the Central Admin Console main window appears. The main window shown after login can be changed. For details, refer to "5.6 Setting the Central Admin Server"...

  • Page 243: Setting The Central Admin Server, Setting The Operating Environment

    Setting the Central Admin Server Operating environment for the Central Admin Server is set up by changing the administrator password and setting network and LDAP server. ■ Setting the Operating Environment 1. Click the [Scanner Central Admin Server Settings] link on the Central Admin Console main window.

  • Page 244

    5.6 Setting the Central Admin Server 2. Select the [Automatically add new scanners to the Central Admin configuration when they are discovered.] check box to add a new scanner automatically. 3. In [Network Connection], set up the network to communicate with scanners and the Central Admin Console.

  • Page 245

    Search Item Description Initials Enter the schema name that is to be associated with the [Initials] search item. The default value is "initials". Comment Enter the schema name that is to be associated with the [Comment] search item. The default value is "description". Workplace Enter the schema name that is to be associated with the [Workplace] search item.

  • Page 246

    5.6 Setting the Central Admin Server 7. In [Software Update Time-Period Restrictions], set whether to automatically update the scanner system, security, installed options, and Add-ins using the Central Admin Server. When an update is available for both systems (security and installed options included) and Add-ins, if the update of systems is completed outside the specified time-period, update is not run for Add-ins.

  • Page 247

    3. Enter a new administrator password and press the [Change Password] button. The [Scanner Central Admin Server Settings] window is shown again.

  • Page 248: Clearing The User Roaming Data

    5.6 Setting the Central Admin Server ■ Clearing the User Roaming Data 1. Click the [Scanner Central Admin Server Settings] link on the Central Admin Console main window. The [Scanner Central Admin Server Settings] window appears. 2. Press the [User Roaming Data (Select & Clear)] button. The [User Roaming Data (Select &...

  • Page 249: Setting Scanner Configuration

    Setting Scanner Configuration Scanner configuration is set by adding, editing and deleting scanner configuration. Scanner configuration is information used to identify scanners on the Central Admin Server, when registering configuration information from a scanner to the Central Admin Server. The registered scanners can be reviewed, and modified by the Central Admin Server functions.

  • Page 250

    5.7 Setting Scanner Configuration Configuration Configuration Item Comment from file from scanner System Updates Whether or not the system is to — be updated Info Last Last date and time scanner — (*1) — (*1) Modified configuration was modified Registered Whether or not information of a —...

  • Page 251

    Configuration Configuration Item Comment from file from scanner PAD ASSY Number of times pad assy has — (Sheets) been used PICK ROLLER Number of times pick roller has — (Sheets) been used Total Total number of scanned — Throughput sheets (Sheets) Date of Date on which scanner was...

  • Page 252: Importing Scanner Configuration

    5.7 Setting Scanner Configuration ■ Importing Scanner Configuration Scanner configuration can be registered for several scanners at once, by importing the scanner configuration file. For details about the importable data (settings) allowed in a scanner configuration file, refer to "B.2.1 Scanner Configuration File Format (for Importing)"...

  • Page 253: Exporting Scanner Configuration

    4. Press the [Import] button. The scanner configuration file is imported and the applicable scanners are configured. Importing a scanner configuration file that contains zero scanner entries will cause all of the existing scanner configuration information to be deleted. The imported scanner configuration file overwrites the current scanner configuration.

  • Page 254: Adding Scanner Configuration

    5.7 Setting Scanner Configuration ■ Adding Scanner Configuration This section describes how to add scanner configuration. 1. Press the [Config List] button in the Central Admin Console main window. The [Scanner Config List] window appears. 2. Press the [New] button. The [Edit Scanner Details] window appears.

  • Page 255: Cloning A Scanners Configuration, Editing Scanner Configuration

    ■ Cloning a Scanners Configuration This section describes how to clone a registered scanners configuration. 1. Press the [Config List] button in the Central Admin Console main window. The [Scanner Config List] window appears. 2. Select the check box for the scanner to be cloned. 3.

  • Page 256: Deleting Scanner Configuration

    5.7 Setting Scanner Configuration ■ Deleting Scanner Configuration This section describes how to exclude scanners from Central Admin management. 1. Press the [Config List] button in the Central Admin Console main window. The [Scanner Config List] window appears. 2. Select the check box for the scanner to be deleted. 3.

  • Page 257: Viewing The Scanner List

    ■ Viewing the Scanner List This section describes how to view scanner configuration. 1. Press the [Config List] button in the Central Admin Console main window. The [Scanner Config List] window appears. 2. Click the link of the scanner whose configuration you want to view. The [Scanner Details] window appears.

  • Page 258: Monitoring And Maintaining The Scanner Network

    5.8 Monitoring and Maintaining the Scanner Network Monitoring and Maintaining the Scanner Network The registration status of scanners, the status of various scanner processes, and the event log can be viewed. 1. Press the [Admin Operations] button in the Central Admin Console main window.

  • Page 259: Updating The System

    Updating the System The system, security, and installed options can be updated by uploading a new system update module and setting update calls. The new system update module will be released, and applied to the scanners when one of the following occurs: Scanner is started, or resumed from the standby mode Scanner is logged out Scanner is notified of any update modules...

  • Page 260

    5.9 Updating the System 2. In [Model List], select [N1800]. [Registered System Update] shows the details of the currently available update modules. 3. Press the [Browse] button to specify the update module to be registered. 4. Press the [Upload] button to upload the update module. 5.

  • Page 261: Installing An Add-in

    5.10 Installing an Add-in An Add-in for scanner can be installed by uploading an Add-in module and setting update calls. Up to six Add-in modules can be installed. The new Add-in update module will be released, and applied to the scanners when one of the following occurs: Scanner is started, or resumed from the standby mode Scanner is logged out...

  • Page 262

    5.10 Installing an Add-in 3. In [Add-in Groups], select a group to which the new Add-in module is to be registered. To cancel release of the Add-in module, press the [Cancel] button to delete the module. [Registered Add-in Module] shows the details of the currently available Add-in modules.

  • Page 263

    9. In [Scanner Notification Schedule], set the schedule to notify Add-in modules. When issuing a call, set a time that does not conflict with that set for [Software Update Time-Period Restrictions] on the [Scanner Central Admin Server Settings] window. 10. Press the [Register] button. The uploaded Add-in module is registered to the selected Add-in group.

  • Page 264: Updating The Scanner Settings

    5.11 Updating the Scanner Settings 5.11 Updating the Scanner Settings The scanner settings can be updated by uploading new sets of scanner settings and setting update calls. The new set of scanner settings will be released, and applied to the scanners when one of the following occurs: Scanner is started, or resumed from the standby mode Scanner is logged out...

  • Page 265

    3. In [Settings Groups], select a settings group to which the new set of scanner settings is to be registered. [Registered Scanner Settings] shows the release date of the currently available system settings. To cancel release of the scanner settings, press the [Cancel] button to delete the scanner settings.

  • Page 266

    5.11 Updating the Scanner Settings The current configuration of the scanners saved by using the Admin Tool can be sent to the Central Admin Server from the [Import Scanner Settings] window. The current configuration of the scanners is the information saved in "Backing up System Settings"...

  • Page 267: Setting The Job Mode

    5.12 Setting the Job Mode The job mode can be set by registering a new job mode and setting a release schedule. After registering a new set of job mode settings, the job mode settings are replaced. 1. Press the [Admin Operations] button in the Central Admin Console main window.

  • Page 268

    5.12 Setting the Job Mode 4. Configure job mode settings. The contents of the last configured job mode settings are shown. [Job Sequences] button The setting items are the same as those set in the [Job Sequences] tab in the job mode settings menu in the window for administrator operations.

  • Page 269

    7. Press the [Back] button. The Central Admin Console main window appears again.

  • Page 270: Viewing The Update Status Lists

    5.13 Viewing the Update Status Lists 5.13 Viewing the Update Status Lists Status details can be viewed for the following update types: System Updates Add-in Installs Scanner Settings 1. Press the [Admin Operations] button in the Central Admin Console main window.

  • Page 271

    6. [Back] button The Central Admin Console main window appears again. When issuing an update call or clearing an error, you can select or deselect all the scanners by the following operations: Press the [Select All] button to select all scanners. Press the [Deselect All] button to clear the check boxes of all scanners.

  • Page 272: Viewing The Scanners Operating Status

    5.14 Viewing the Scanners Operating Status 5.14 Viewing the Scanners Operating Status The operating status of the scanners can be viewed. 1. Press the [Operation Monitor] button in the Central Admin Console main window. The [Scanner Operation Monitor] window appears. Press a scanner icon to show the [Scanner Details] window.

  • Page 273: Viewing Event Log

    5.15 Viewing Event Log Event logs output from the scanners or the Central Admin Server can be viewed. The latest 100 event log items can be viewed on the [Scanner Admin Operations] window. Log for all events that occur on the Central Admin Server Log for events that occur in the scanners, where "Type"...

  • Page 274: Downloading Event Log, Clearing All Events

    5.15 Viewing Event Log ■ Downloading Event Log 1. Press the [Event Log] button in the Central Admin Console main window. The [Event Log] window appears. 2. Press the [Download] button. A confirmation window for whether or not to download the event log appears. 3.

  • Page 275: Collecting And Exporting Audit Logs, Collecting Audit Logs

    5.16 Collecting and Exporting Audit Logs Scanner system logs and user logs can be collected and saved in the Central Admin Server. System logs collected in the Central Admin Server are referred to as "audit logs (system)", and user logs as "audit logs (user)". Both types of logs are referred to collectively as "audit logs".

  • Page 276: Exporting Audit Logs

    5.16 Collecting and Exporting Audit Logs 5.16.2 Exporting Audit Logs To export audit logs collected in the Central Admin Server, execute "AmExportLog.exe" in the command prompt on the computer installed with the Central Admin Server software. Command storage location Under the [\AmManager\Bin] folder in the installation folder of the Central Admin Server software Command executable format AmExportLog -d OutputFolder [-v]...

  • Page 277: File Format Of Audit Logs

    5.16.3 File Format of Audit Logs Audit log files are formatted as follows: Audit logs use the UTF-8 charset. Audit logs are in a CSV format. Audit logs contain the following output: Audit log (system) This log contains the following output items: "Sequence_number","Date","Time","Type","Code","Message"...

  • Page 278

    5.16 Collecting and Exporting Audit Logs Audit log (user) This log contains the following output items: "Sequence_number","Date","Time","User","Code", "Operation","Result","Pages","Description" These items are defined as follows: Log Item Description Sequence A file sequence number between "1" and number "4294967295". This number increments from "1" as files are added, and resets to "0"...

  • Page 279: Maintaining Central Admin Server Settings, Backing Up Central Admin Server Settings

    5.17 Maintaining Central Admin Server Settings Central Admin Server settings set by the administrator can be backed up, restored, and obtained. Audit logs are not backed up or restored by the operations described below, because they are not included in the Central Admin Server settings. 5.17.1 Backing Up Central Admin Server Settings All data managed in the Central Admin Server (excluding audit logs) can be backed up.

  • Page 280

    5.17 Maintaining Central Admin Server Settings Specify a folder without files and sub-folders as the backup folder. If the specified backup folder does not exist, it is created. Do not change the backup folder structure. If changed, restoration may not be processed correctly.

  • Page 281: Restoring Central Admin Server Settings

    5.17.2 Restoring Central Admin Server Settings Central Admin Server settings that have been backed up can be restored to the Central Admin Server. To restore Central Admin Server settings, execute "AmRestore.exe" in the command prompt on the computer installed with the Central Admin Server software. Command storage location Under the [\AmManager\Bin] folder in the installation folder of the Central Admin Server software...

  • Page 282: Obtaining Technical Support On The Central Admin Server

    When obtaining technical support, the Central Admin Server is in a temporarily suspended state. Do not try to obtain technical support unless requested by your FUJITSU scanner dealer, or a problem occurs. Command storage location Under the [\AmManager\Bin] folder in the installation folder of the Central Admin...

  • Page 283: 5.17.4 Migrating Data To An Updated Version Of The Central Admin

    5.17.4 Migrating Data to an Updated Version of the Central Admin Server Software When updating the Central Admin Server software version in order to use a different server as the Central Admin Server, data from the previous version of the Central Admin Server software must be transferred to the new version.

  • Page 284

    5.17 Maintaining Central Admin Server Settings 3. Execute "AmRestore.exe" in the following folder of the new version of the Central Admin Server. For details about "AmRestore.exe", refer to "5.17.2 Restoring Central Admin Server Settings" (page 281). Under the [\AmManager\Bin] folder in the installation folder of the Central Admin Server software The data backed up in Step 2...

  • Page 285: Central Admin Console Messages, Messages

    5.18 Messages The following lists the messages that may appear during central admin operations. 5.18.1 Central Admin Console Messages Window Message Action Connect Check the port number setting. Enter a port number. Check the target server setting. Enter a target server. Connection error Check the connection target and port number, and try again.

  • Page 286: Event Log, System Event Log

    5.18 Messages 5.18.2 Event Log ■ System Event Log The system event log shows a list of all system events. Log Type: Application Event source: Scanner Central Admin Server Code Message Action 11001 Scanner Central Admin No action required. Server started up. 11002 Scanner Central Admin Server shut down.

  • Page 287

    Code Message Action 13005 Settings used for Restart the Scanner Central Admin communication between the Server service. Central Admin Server and Central Admin Console could not be changed.Details: Error details 13901 Scheduler could not be Restart the Scanner Central Admin started.

  • Page 288: Backup/restore Command Messages, Information, Error

    5.18 Messages 5.18.3 Backup/Restore Command Messages Backup/restore command messages which may appear during central admin operations can be arranged into the following two categories: Information Error Backup/restore command messages will be shown on the command prompt. ■ Information Code Message Action 0A040001 Starting backup.

  • Page 289

    Code Message Action 7A040014 Backup file already exists. A file or folder exists in the backup folder. Specify an empty folder. If a folder which does not exist is specified, it will be created. 7A040015 Backup folder specification is This error message is output in the invalid.

  • Page 290

    Problem details If this message appears frequently with auxiliary code other than those mentioned above, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.

  • Page 291

    Problem details If this message appears frequently with auxiliary code other than those mentioned above, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. 7A040019 Backup or restore is already Try again, after finishing the backup or running.

  • Page 292

    5.18 Messages Code Message Action 7A040023 Restoration from this version The backup file saved by executing the of backup file is not possible. AmBackup.exe command in the Central Admin Server of the previous version cannot be restored with the AmRestore.exe command in the Central Admin Server of new version.

  • Page 293: Audit Log Export Command Messages

    Try again after the command execution running. is completed. 7A050015 Error has occurred. An unexpected error occurred. Detail error message: Contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer XXXXXXXXXX or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. 7A050016 Length of specified folder The copy destination folder path length...

  • Page 294: Chapter 6 Regular User Operations

    Chapter 6 Regular User Operations This scanner is used to scan documents which then can be sent by e-mail or fax, printed on a network printer, or saved to a folder. To perform the operations described in this chapter, the scanner must first be set up by the administrator.

  • Page 295: Loading Documents, How To Load Documents

    Loading Documents This section describes how to load documents onto the scanner. 6.1.1 How to Load Documents 1. Check the number of document sheets. For document sheet limits, refer to "A.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity" (page 470). 2. When loading multiple document sheets, fan the document stack. 1.

  • Page 296

    6.1 Loading Documents The stacker holds the document sheets after they have been scanned. It can be pulled out and adjusted to the size of the document being scanned. 4. Load the documents into the ADF paper chute. Load the document front side down, with the top of the document entering the scanner first (when multiple document sheets are loaded, the last page is on the top).

  • Page 297

    5. Adjust the side guides to the width of the documents. Move the side guides so that they touch both sides of the documents. If there is any space between the side guides and the edges of documents, the scanned data may be skewed.

  • Page 298: Loading Documents Using A Carrier Sheet

    6.1 Loading Documents 6.1.2 Loading Documents Using a Carrier Sheet With an optional carrier sheet, you can scan documents larger than A4 size, such as A3, Double Letter, and B4. To do this, you fold the document in half and scan both sides continuously in duplex mode, one side at a time.

  • Page 299

    2. Open the carrier sheet and insert the document. Align the fold with the right edge of the Carrier Sheet so that the document fits into the Carrier Sheet at the upper corner. When placing the carrier sheet with the printed black and white pattern to be at the top, the front of the carrier sheet has the thick vertical line at the right side.

  • Page 300: Loading Documents

    6.1 Loading Documents 4. Start the scan. The front and back side images are merged into a double-page spread image. There may be a gap between the front and back side images, or a line may appear on the output scan image. If a thick document is scanned with the carrier sheet, scanned images on the both right and left sides may be skewed to a trapezoidal shape.

  • Page 301: Using Lcd Touch Panel Windows: Regular User, Main Menu] Window

    Using LCD Touch Panel Windows: Regular User 6.2.1 [Main Menu] Window The type of buttons displayed on the menu differs according to the settings of the relevant server. The following describes display examples according to settings for e-Mail, Fax, Print, Save and Scan to SharePoint.

  • Page 302: Job Menu] Window

    6.2 Using LCD Touch Panel Windows: Regular User 6.2.2 [Job Menu] Window The type of buttons displayed on the menu differs according to the job settings. In the following example, six jobs are set up. When a regular user belongs to multiple job groups, menus and buttons to switch the [Job Menu] window appear as shown below.

  • Page 303: Regular User Settings Overview

    6.2.3 Regular User Settings Overview Regular users can configure the following setting items as long as these items have been enabled by the administrator. Login Setting Set the scanner to automatically login without displaying the [Login] window, when the scanner power is switched on or restarted. Also, set whether or not to enable login with the guest account.

  • Page 304: Logging In: Regular User Mode

    6.3 Logging in: Regular User Mode Logging in: Regular User Mode Do not move or shake the scanner when it is turned on. AUTION This may damage components in the scanner and cause data to be lost. Depending on the authentication mode and the specified user name, the following authentication process is performed for login authentication.

  • Page 305

    When using a scanner without using an LDAP server or registering a local account, enter the following user name and password. For details about the LDAP server, refer to "LDAP Server" (page 50). User Name: guest Password: guest However, this cannot be used if login with the guest account is disabled. For details about automatic login or enabling login with the guest account, refer to "4.7.1 Setting the Login Settings"...

  • Page 306

    6.3 Logging in: Regular User Mode 2. Enter a user name and password. If [Active Directory Global Catalog] is selected for the login LDAP server, the [UPN Suffix] input field is displayed. User names including a UPN suffix may be up to 64 characters long. The entered UPN suffix is remembered and used again at the next login.

  • Page 307: Sending The Scanned Data By E-mail

    Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail If an LDAP server is set, register the user e-mail address with the LDAP server. If a local account is set, register the user e-mail address. If the user e-mail address is not registered, e-mails cannot be sent. 1.

  • Page 308

    6.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 3. Enter an e-mail address in the [From] field. Direct input for this field is possible if logged in with the guest account. For details about e-mail address settings values, refer to "B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values"...

  • Page 309

    9. Press the [Scan] button. When [Scan Viewer] is [Off], this will be a [Scan&Send] button. The scanning starts. The scanning status and scan settings are shown during the scan. The maximum number of pages that can be scanned is 999. When [Blank Page Skip] is enabled, the number of scanned pages excluding skipped blank pages is shown.

  • Page 310

    6.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail The [Main Menu] window is shown again. The following items are set by the administrator in advance. The maximum number of e-mail addresses to be specified in the [To] field Whether to split an e-mail to be sent, and the maximum size of a split e- mail The maximum size of an attached file To change these settings, contact the administrator.

  • Page 311: Selecting An E-mail Target From The E-mail Address Book

    6.4.1 Selecting an e-Mail Target from the e-Mail Address Book The following explains how to use an e-mail address book to specify destinations when sending an e-mail, instead of directly entering e-mail addresses with a keyboard. The details to select e-mail addresses from an e-mail address book are described in Step Step 3 "6.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail"...

  • Page 312

    6.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 1. On the [Send e-Mail] window, press in the e-mail address field. The [e-Mail Address Book] window appears. 2. Select the [LDAP List] tab. The [e-Mail Address Book] window for the LDAP List appears. 3.

  • Page 313

    6. Select a search position setting. When the LDAP server contains thousands of entries, [Anywhere (...abc...)] and [Tail (...abc)] searches can take a long time. The window returns to the [e-Mail Address Book] LDAP List. The selected position is displayed in [Search Position]. 7.

  • Page 314

    "----" is shown instead. For example, if the display format is "LastName FirstName", and the user "LastName: Fujitsu, FirstName: None" is registered on the LDAP server, the search result is displayed as "Fujitsu ----". Search methods differ for the My List and LDAP List. Therefore, search results differ according to the list selected.

  • Page 315: Adding An E-mail Target To The E-mail Address Book

    6.4.2 Adding an e-Mail Target to the e-Mail Address Book The following explains how to add an e-mail address or a distribution list to your My List in the e-mail address book. e-Mail targets cannot be added to the LDAP List. The maximum number of e-mail targets that can be stored in the e-mail address book is as follows.

  • Page 316

    6.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail 3. Press the [Edit e-Mail Address Book] button. The [Edit e-Mail Address Book] window appears. 4. Press To add an e-mail address or distribution list to a group, display the target group and press the button.

  • Page 317

    5. Enter the information of the e-mail address to be added. For e-mail addresses On the [e-Mail Address] tab, enter the e-mail address, first name, and last name to be added. For details about e-mail address settings values, refer to "B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values"...

  • Page 318

    6.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail For distribution lists On the [Distribution List] tab, enter the list name and e-mail addresses to be added to the distribution list. For details about e-mail address settings values, refer to "B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values"...

  • Page 319: Editing An E-mail Target In The E-mail Address Book

    6.4.3 Editing an e-Mail Target in the e-Mail Address Book The following explains how to edit My List in the e-mail address book. LDAP List cannot be edited. 1. Open the [e-Mail Address Book] window in either of the following ways. On the [Send e-Mail] window, press for the e-mail address input field.

  • Page 320

    6.4 Sending the Scanned Data by e-Mail For distribution lists Enter the list name and e-mail addresses to be added to the distribution list. For details about e-mail address settings values, refer to "B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values" (page 477). e-Mail addresses can be selected from the e-mail address book, which can be accessed by pressing .

  • Page 321: Deleting An E-mail Target From The E-mail Address Book

    6.4.4 Deleting an e-Mail Target from the e-Mail Address Book The following explains how to delete an e-mail address or a distribution list from your My List. e-Mail targets cannot be deleted from the LDAP List. 1. Open the [e-Mail Address Book] window in either of the following ways. On the [Send e-Mail] window, press in the e-mail address field.

  • Page 322: Sending The Scanned Data By Fax

    6.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 1. On the [Main Menu] window, press the [Fax] button. The [Send Fax] window appears. The scan information can be changed by pressing of [Scan Settings]. For details, refer to "6.9 Setting the Scan Options"...

  • Page 323

    4. Press the [Scan&Send] button. When [Scan Viewer] is [On], this will be a [Scan] button. The scanning starts. The scanned data is sent by fax immediately after the scanning is completed, and the LCD touch panel screen returns to the [Main Menu] window. If the [SMTP Server Authentication] window appears, enter authentication information needed to access the fax sending server and press the [OK] button.

  • Page 324

    6.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax If the [Scan] button is pressed (when [Scan Viewer] is [On]), the scanning status and scan settings are shown during a scan. The maximum number of pages that can be scanned is 999. When [Blank Page Skip] is enabled, the number of scanned pages excluding skipped blank pages is shown.

  • Page 325: Selecting A Fax Number From The Fax Number List

    6.5.1 Selecting a Fax Number from the Fax Number List When sending a fax, instead of directly entering a fax number with keyboard, fax numbers may be selected from a fax number list. To enter a fax number using the fax number list, refer to Step 2 "6.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax"...

  • Page 326

    6.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 5. Select a search position setting. The window returns to the [Fax Number List]. The selected position is displayed to the right of the [Search Position] button. 6. Press The search results are displayed on the right side. Five results are displayed at a time.

  • Page 327: Adding A Contact To The Fax Number List

    6.5.2 Adding a Contact to the Fax Number List This section describes how to add a contact to the fax number list. A maximum of 1,000 fax numbers can be stored in the fax number list. You cannot add any more fax numbers if the list already contains 1000 fax numbers. Fax contact numbers added to the list are accessible to all users.

  • Page 328

    6.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 3. Enter the fax contact details. 4. Press the [OK] button. The contact is added to the fax number list.

  • Page 329: Editing A Contact In The Fax Number List

    6.5.3 Editing a Contact in the Fax Number List Edited fax contact numbers are accessible to all users. 1. Open the [Fax Number List] window in either of the following ways. On the [Send Fax] window, press On the [Main Menu] or [Job Menu] window, press the [Maintenance] button, then on the [Maintenance] window, press the [Edit Fax Numbers] button.

  • Page 330: Deleting A Contact From The Fax Number List

    6.5 Sending the Scanned Data by Fax 6.5.4 Deleting a Contact from the Fax Number List Fax contact numbers deleted from the list are no longer accessible to any user. 1. Open the [Fax Number List] window in either of the following ways. On the [Send Fax] window, press On the [Main Menu] or [Job Menu] window, press the [Maintenance] button, then on the [Maintenance] window, press the [Edit Fax Numbers] button.

  • Page 331: Printing The Scanned Data

    Printing the Scanned Data 1. On the [Main Menu] window, press the [Print] button. The [Print] window appears. The scan information can be changed by pressing of [Scan Settings]. For details, refer to "6.9 Setting the Scan Options" (page 354). 2.

  • Page 332

    6.6 Printing the Scanned Data 3. Select a target printer and press the [OK] button. Only printers which were added in the list by the administrator can be selected. To change the printers in the list, contact the administrator. For more details about adding printers, refer to "4.13 Setting the Network Printers"...

  • Page 333

    4. Enter a number in [No. of Copies] field. According to the printer being used, settings from the printers properties window may be used instead. 5. Make any required print setting changes. The scaling, positioning, and print mode settings can be changed. For details, refer to the following.

  • Page 334

    6.6 Printing the Scanned Data 8. On the [Scan Viewer] window, press the [Print] button. The scanned data is sent to the print server and printed. The document name for the scanned data to be printed is the name of the scanner.

  • Page 335: Scaling

    6.6.1 Scaling Set the print size for the scanned data. The setting selected here will be used every time the user prints a document. 1. On the [Print] window, press the [Scaling] button. The [Scaling] window appears. 2. Select the print scale of the scanned data. Printing results will vary as shown below, depending on the positioning setting.

  • Page 336

    6.6 Printing the Scanned Data Scanned Print Sheet positioning Result Data Small Large Center Scanned Data Scanned Data Print Sheet Top Left Scanned Data Large Small Center Scanned Data Scanned Data Print Sheet Top Left Scanned Data Same Same Center Scanned Data Scanned Data Print Sheet...

  • Page 337

    100% The image is printed at full scale, regardless of the paper size. If the positioning setting is [Center], the control point for printing is the center point of the print sheet. If the positioning setting is [Top Left], the control point for printing is the top left corner of the print sheet.

  • Page 338

    6.6 Printing the Scanned Data This returns you to the [Print] window. The selected scaling setting is displayed to the right of the [Scaling] button. Nothing is printed in the margin set in the printer settings. If edge cropping has been set, the width of the edge cropping setting may be larger than the margin set in the printer settings.

  • Page 339: Positioning

    6.6.2 Positioning Set the print position of the scanned data. The setting selected here will be used every time the user prints a document. 1. On the [Print] window, press the [Positioning] button. The [Positioning] window appears. 2. Select the print positioning of the data. Printing results will vary as shown below, depending on the scaling setting.

  • Page 340

    6.6 Printing the Scanned Data Button Scaling Control Point Center 100% Uses the center point of the sheet as a control point. Center Control Point Available Area for Printing Top Left Shrink to Fit Uses the top left corner of the area available for printing as a control point.

  • Page 341: Print Side

    6.6.3 Print Side Set whether to print on one side (simplex mode) or both sides (duplex mode). 1. On the [Print] window, press the [Print Side] button. The [Print Side] window appears. 2. Select a print mode. According to the printer, settings from the printers properties window may be used instead.

  • Page 342: Saving The Scanned Data To A Network Folder

    6.7 Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder Save the scanned data to a network folder or an FTP folder. 1. On the [Main Menu] window, press the [Save] button. The [Save] window appears. The scan information can be changed by pressing of [Scan Settings].

  • Page 343

    3. Select a folder. Only folders which are in the list may be selected. Only the administrator may add folders to the list, or edit the details of folders already on the list. To change the folders in the list, contact the administrator. For more details about adding network folders, refer to "4.12.1 Setting the Network Folders"...

  • Page 344

    6.7 Saving the Scanned Data to a Network Folder 5. In the [Save as] field, enter a file name for the scanned data to be saved. The following file names cannot be used: CLOCK$ COM0 to COM9 LPT0 to LPT9 When the file format is changed in [Scan Settings], the file name set on the [File Names (Save)] window is reset in the [Save As] field.

  • Page 345

    9. On the [Scan Viewer] window, press the [Save] button. A file in the specified file format is saved in the selected folder. The [Main Menu] window is shown again. If saving to the folder fails, an error message e-mail with the following title is sent from the scanner to the currently logged-in user's e-mail address registered in the LDAP server.

  • Page 346: Saving The Scanned Data To A Sharepoint Folder

    6.8 Saving the Scanned Data to a SharePoint Folder Saving the Scanned Data to a SharePoint Folder 1. On the [Main Menu] window, press the [Scan to SharePoint] button. The [Scan to SharePoint] window appears. The scan information can be changed by pressing of [Scan Settings].

  • Page 347

    3. Select a SharePoint folder and press the [OK] button. Only SharePoint folders which are in the list may be selected. Only the administrator may add folders to the list, or edit the details of folders already on the list. To change the folders in the list, contact the administrator. For more details about adding SharePoint folders, refer to "4.12.3 Setting the SharePoint Folders"...

  • Page 348

    6.8 Saving the Scanned Data to a SharePoint Folder 4. In the [Save as] field, enter a file name for the scanned data to be saved. The following file names cannot be used: CLOCK$ COM0 to COM9 LPT0 to LPT9 When the file format is changed in [Scan Settings], the file name set on the [File Names (Save)] window is reset in the [Save As] field.

  • Page 349

    7. In the [Max. File Size] field, enter the maximum file size at which a file is to be split into multiple files, and press the [OK] button. When the file size of a single page exceeds the specified maximum file size, the page is saved as one file.

  • Page 350

    6.8 Saving the Scanned Data to a SharePoint Folder 9. Select a content type used to manage the scanned data on the SharePoint server, and press the [OK] button. The selected content type is set. According to the selected content type, a list of properties defined on the SharePoint server is shown in the [Scan to SharePoint] window.

  • Page 351

    10. Set properties in either of the following ways. Enter properties directly in the input fields that correspond to the properties to be edited. Press for a property to be edited, and set the property in the [Edit Properties] window. The following properties cannot be set via the [Edit Properties] window: Description Categories...

  • Page 352

    6.8 Saving the Scanned Data to a SharePoint Folder 11. Press the [Scan] button. When [Scan Viewer] is [Off], this will be a [Scan&Save] button. The scanning starts. The scanning status and scan settings are shown during the scan. The maximum number of pages that can be scanned is 999. When [Blank Page Skip] is enabled, the number of scanned pages excluding skipped blank pages is shown.

  • Page 353

    The [Main Menu] window is shown again.

  • Page 354

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options Setting the Scan Options On the following windows, press of [Scan Settings] to access the [Scan Settings] windows. [Send e-Mail] window [Send Fax] window [Print] window [Save] window [Scan to SharePoint] window The following classes of scan settings are available. Default These are the factory settings.

  • Page 355

    Changing these scan options may influence other scan settings items. Setting an option may cause other option settings to become invalid. Other option settings may cause option settings to become invalid. Scan option settings may be influenced in the following ways. Conditions which Settings which Item...

  • Page 356

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options Conditions which Settings which Item make settings become invalid invalid Basic Paper Size Auto Resolution, [600dpi] Carrier Sheet Long page mode Resolution, [600dpi], Carrier Sheet [300dpi], and [Auto] Color Mode, Text Recognition [Auto] Blank Page Skip Page Orientation Multifeed detection Other than Auto...

  • Page 357

    Conditions which Settings which Item make settings become invalid invalid Save Text First Page — Paper Size, long page mode (*1) Recognition Other than PDF (*2) file format All Pages — Paper Size, long page mode Pages Other than PDF file format Resolution, [600dpi]...

  • Page 358

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options Conditions which Settings which Item make settings become invalid invalid Quality Brightness — Carrier Sheet [Marker Index] of the text recognition settings Contrast — Carrier Sheet [Marker Index] of the text recognition settings Sharpness — —...

  • Page 359

    (*1): When the [Scan Settings] window is opened from the [Print] or [Send Fax] window, the [Save] tab is not displayed. (*2): Text Recognition includes conversion to searchable PDF and output of marked character strings as keywords.

  • Page 360: Carrier Sheet

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options 6.9.1 Carrier Sheet Set whether or not a carrier sheet is used. When using a carrier sheet, set the size of the scanned document to be output. 1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Basic] tab. 2.

  • Page 361: Color Mode

    6.9.2 Color Mode Set whether the document is scanned in "color" or "black and white". 1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Basic] tab. 2. Press the [Color Mode] button. The [Color Mode] window appears. 3. Select the color mode. This returns you to the [Scan Settings] window.

  • Page 362: Paper Size

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options 6.9.3 Paper Size Set a paper size for the document to be scanned. 1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Basic] tab. 2. Press the [Paper Size] button. The [Paper Size] window appears. 3. Select a paper size. This returns you to the [Scan Settings] window.

  • Page 363: Long Page Mode

    ■ Long Page Mode When scanning pages which are longer than standard documents, the [Allow long pages] setting must be specified. 1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Basic] tab. 2. Press the [Paper Size] button. The [Paper Size] window appears. 3.

  • Page 364: Resolution

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options 6.9.4 Resolution Changing the resolution level affects the scanned data in the following ways. Item High resolution Low resolution Scan speed Slow Fast Scan quality High File size Large Small 1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Basic] tab. 2.

  • Page 365: Scan Mode

    6.9.5 Scan Mode Set the scan mode for the documents. 1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Basic] tab. 2. Press the [Scan Mode] button. The [Scan Mode] window appears. 3. Select [Simplex] if only the front sides of the documents are to be scanned.

  • Page 366: Document Feed Direction

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options 6.9.6 Document Feed Direction Set the feed direction of the document when loading onto the scanner. 1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Basic] tab. 2. Press the [Document Feed Direction] button. The [Document Feed Direction] window appears. 3.

  • Page 367: File Format

    6.9.7 File Format Set the file format for the scanned data. Some scan settings cannot be used for certain file formats. Option JPEG TIFF MTIFF Text Recognition — — — PDF Password — — — Compression A (*1) A (*1) A (*1) A: Format can be used, —: Format cannot be used (*1): Can only be used if the [Color Mode] is [Auto] , [Grayscale], or [RGB Color].

  • Page 368

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options When PDF format is selected, select whether or not to use [High Compression for Color PDF] mode. When [High Compression for Color PDF] is selected, characters and backgrounds on the document are compressed separately. In order to do this, the file size of the document that mostly consists of text characters becomes smaller while keeping the quality of the characters as they are.

  • Page 369: Searchable Pdf

    6.9.8 Searchable PDF When the file format is PDF, the scanned data can be converted to a searchable PDF by automatically recognizing character strings contained in the document. Conversion to searchable PDF may take extra time. In the following documents, highlighted character strings cannot be set as a keyword.

  • Page 370

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options 4. For [Text Recognition Language], select a language used when text is to be recognized in the document. 5. Under [Text Recognition for Pages], specify the pages to be output in searchable PDF. 6. Press the [OK] button. This returns you to the [Scan Settings] window.

  • Page 371: Setting A Keyword For The Pdf

    6.9.9 Setting a Keyword for the PDF A character string such as the title of a black-and-white document can be used as a keyword for the created PDF file. The keyword is useful when searching the PDF file. Mark a character string to be set as a keyword with a water-based highlight pen so that the character string is completely covered.

  • Page 372

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options The color of an entire marked section should be even in thickness. Bad Example 1 Bad Example 2 (The characters are not Good Example (The color is not even) completely covered) Up to 10 sections can be marked in a page. In the following documents, highlighted character strings cannot be set as a keyword: Catalogs, pamphlets, and other color documents...

  • Page 373

    To automatically set a keyword for a PDF file, change the settings as shown below. Conversion to searchable PDF may take extra time. In the following documents, highlighted character strings cannot be set as a keyword. The scanner may fail to correctly recognize the following kinds of documents (characters) as text.

  • Page 374

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options 3. For [Marker Index], select an option to specify the range of marked sections for text recognition. The range of marked sections for text recognition can be selected when the color mode is [Auto] or [Color]. Use [First marked section only] as shown below.

  • Page 375

    4. When [First marked section only] or [All marked sections] is selected in Step 3, select whether or not to enable editing of character strings in marked sections at [Edit Marked String]. To make detected character strings in marked sections editable, set the [Scan Viewer] window to appear after scanning.

  • Page 376: Pdf Password

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options 6.9.10 PDF Password PDF files can be locked with a user-specified password. The password will need to be entered every time the password-protected PDF file is opened. Do not forget or lose this password. 1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Save] tab. 2.

  • Page 377

    4. Enter a password and confirm password. 5. Press the [OK] button. The PDF will be created with password protection.

  • Page 378: Compression

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options 6.9.11 Compression When [Auto], [RGB Color], or [Grayscale] is selected as described in "6.9.2 Color Mode" (page 361), it is also possible to set the compression rate of scanned data. For photos and images, a high compression rate can be used to create a smaller file. Changing the compression rate affects the scanned data in the following ways.

  • Page 379

    When [High Compression for Color PDF] is selected, characters and backgrounds on the document are compressed separately. In order to do this, the file size of the document that mostly consists of text characters becomes smaller while keeping the quality of the characters as they are. However, note the following: Photographs or pictures are recognized as background and compressed at a high rate, causing degradation in the scanned image.

  • Page 380

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options When one color page is scanned, the file size criteria are shown as follows. These numbers are for reference, other documents may vary in size. Actual paper size: A4 size (general catalog) File format: PDF Scanner paper size setting: A4 File size (KB) for color files Compression...

  • Page 381: Brightness

    6.9.12 Brightness The brightness setting can be adjusted to improve the visual appearance of the scanned data. 1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Quality] tab. 2. Press the [Brightness] button. The [Brightness] window appears. 3. Select a brightness level. This returns you to the [Scan Settings] window.

  • Page 382: Contrast

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options 6.9.13 Contrast The color contrast setting can be adjusted to improve the visual appearance of the scanned data. 1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Quality] tab. 2. Press the [Contrast] button. The [Contrast] window appears. 3.

  • Page 383: Sharpness

    6.9.14 Sharpness The sharpness setting adjusts the sharpness of characters on an image to improve the visual appearance of the scanned data. When using the sharpness setting, the sharpness level can be adjusted with this setting. 1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Quality] tab. 2.

  • Page 384: Dropout Color

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options 6.9.15 Dropout Color The colors red, green and blue (primary colors) can be deleted during scanning. For example, if a document with black characters and a green border is scanned, only the black characters will appear on the scanned image. When using the dropout color setting, the color details to be removed can be selected with this setting.

  • Page 385: Background Removal

    6.9.16 Background Removal The background of a scanned image can be removed to make image clearer. The level of background removal can be adjusted. 1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Quality] tab. 2. Press the [Background Removal] button. The [Background Removal] window appears.

  • Page 386: Blank Page Skip

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options 6.9.17 Blank Page Skip The scan process can be set to skip any blank pages in the scanned data. For example, when a stack of documents containing both two-sided and one-sided documents is scanned in duplex scan mode, this feature removes only the reverse side (i.e.

  • Page 387: Page Orientation

    6.9.18 Page Orientation Automatically rotates each scanned data page that contains text through 0°, 90°, 180°, or 270°, so the text is upright. This function determines a document orientation based on Roman characters printed on the document. Therefore, it may not work properly for the following kinds of documents.

  • Page 388

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options In duplex mode, the bind direction can be selected when the page rotation angle is set. The following table shows the bind directions and the resulting scanned data. Bind Scanned Data Direction Long Edge Select this setting when scanning a document with opposing left and right pages (facing pages with long side as the middle crease).

  • Page 389: Multifeed Detection (layer And Length)

    6.9.19 Multifeed Detection (Layer and Length) "Multifeed" is an error that occurs when two or more sheets are fed simultaneously into the scanner by the ADF. The scanner can be set to detect multifeeds and stop the scan with an error message. Multifeeds are to be detected by layer and length.

  • Page 390: Edge Cropping

    6.9 Setting the Scan Options 6.9.20 Edge Cropping For scanned data, the width of the area for edge cropping can be adjusted, so that unwanted sections are not scanned. If using edge cropping, the width of the edges to be cropped can be adjusted with this setting.

  • Page 391

    1. On the [Scan Settings] window, select the [Advanced] tab. 2. Press the [Edge Cropping] button. The [Edge Cropping] window appears. 3. If edge cropping is to be used, enter the width of the edges to be cropped. 4. Press the [OK] button. This returns you to the [Scan Settings] window.

  • Page 392: Enabling/disabling The Scan Viewer

    6.10 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer 6.10 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer The [Scan Viewer] can be set to appear before the scanned data is processed. The scanned data can be checked and edited on the [Scan Viewer]. For details, refer to "6.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer"...

  • Page 393

    Operations vary according to whether the [Scan Viewer] is set to [On] or [Off]. If sending an e-mail, scan operation proceeds as follows: When the [Scan Viewer] button is [On] When the [Scan Viewer] button is [Off] and sending an e-mail and sending an e-mail On the [Send e-Mail] window, press the On the [Send e-Mail] window, press the...

  • Page 394

    6.10 Enabling/Disabling the Scan Viewer Even if [Scan Viewer] is set to [Off], the [Scan Viewer] window appears under the following circumstances. Scan operation did not properly finish. Scan operation was canceled by pressing the [Cancel] button in the [Scanning] window.

  • Page 395: Editing The Scanned Data In The Scan Viewer, Viewing Scanned Data

    6.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer When the [Scan Viewer] is set to [On], the scanned data can be checked and edited in the [Scan Viewer]. 6.11.1 Viewing Scanned Data The scanned data shown in the [Scan Viewer] window can be displayed in actual or magnified size.

  • Page 396: Rotating A Scanned, Sorting

    6.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer 6.11.2 Rotating a Scanned Page The scanned page showed on the [Scan Viewer] window can be rotated 90 degrees right or left, or 180 degrees. The rotated scanned page can be, in its rotated condition, sent as an e-mail attachment or faxed, printed, or saved to a network folder.

  • Page 397: Scanning An Additional

    6.11.4 Scanning an Additional Page On the [Scan Viewer] window, an additional page can be scanned. 1. Load the documents into the ADF paper chute. 2. On the [Scan Viewer] window, press the [Scan More] button. The scanning starts. The scanning status and scan settings are shown during the scan. The page numbers of additional pages will follow on from the last page of the current scanned data.

  • Page 398: Deleting A Scanned, Editing Marked Characters To Be Set As Keywords

    6.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer 6.11.5 Deleting a Scanned Page Specified pages can be deleted from the scanned data shown on the [Scan Viewer] window. If specified pages are deleted, the remaining scanned data is sent as an e-mail attachment or faxed, printed, or saved to a network folder, without the deleted pages.

  • Page 399: Checking The User Log

    6.12 Checking the User Log The latest 100 user operation logs are shown for the current user. The user log summary is shown in date/time order. Even if the [Region/Timezone] or [Date/Time] settings are changed, the order of the log entries will not be changed.

  • Page 400: Maintenance

    6.13 Maintenance 6.13 Maintenance The following maintenance operations are possible: Editing the e-Mail Address Book Editing the fax number list Roller cleaning Scan test Administrator login (when [Auto Login] is set to [On]) Changing password (when logged in with a local account) 1.

  • Page 401

    [Edit Fax Numbers] button The [Fax Number List] window appears. Fax numbers can be added, edited, or deleted. For details, refer to the following. "6.5.2 Adding a Contact to the Fax Number List" (page 327) "6.5.3 Editing a Contact in the Fax Number List" (page 329) "6.5.4 Deleting a Contact from the Fax Number List"...

  • Page 402: Processing A Job

    6.14 Processing a Job 6.14 Processing a Job This section uses an example where buttons from [Job1] to [Job6] have been set. 1. On the [Job Menu] window, press the [Job] button. When you are included in multiple job groups, the [Job Menu] windows can be switched by using the job menu switch buttons on the [Select Job Menu] window, which appears when a list button is pressed.

  • Page 403

    2. Press the [Scan] button on the [Message Screen]. The scanning starts. Each page is briefly shown on the window as it is scanned. When the scan has completed, the [Scan Viewer] opens. For details about editing on the [Scan Viewer] window, refer to "6.11 Editing the Scanned Data in the Scan Viewer"...

  • Page 404

    6.14 Processing a Job To view the job report, press the [Job Report] button on the [Job Progress] window. This will show the job report. To view detailed information for the job report, select a function name on the [Job Report] window and press .

  • Page 405: Enabling/disabling The Message Screen

    6.14.1 Enabling/Disabling the Message Screen You can select whether to show the [Message Screen] for checking the contents of a job. When [Message Screen] is disabled, it is not possible to select whether or not to show the [Message Screen]. This section uses an example where buttons from [Job1] to [Job6] have been set.

  • Page 406

    6.14 Processing a Job Operations vary according to whether the [Message Screen] is set to [On] or [Off]. If a job sequence is processed when [Message Screen] is set to [On], the [Message Screen] will be shown. After checking the message, press the [Scan] button to start the scan. If any further job setup steps are required, press the [OK] button that appears instead.

  • Page 407: Changing A File Name (for Save/e-mail Attachment)

    6.14.2 Changing a File Name (for Save/e-Mail Attachment) When a job is processed, file names to be used when saving or attaching scanned data to an e-mail can be changed. It is not possible to change a file name when the [File Name] window is set not to be shown.

  • Page 408: Checking The Number Of Sheets To Be Scanned

    6.14 Processing a Job 6.14.3 Checking the Number of Sheets to Be Scanned When a job is processed, the expected number of sheets to be scanned can be specified, so that the actual number of scanned sheets can be checked after a scan. For either of the following settings, the [Scan Count] window is not shown.

  • Page 409

    3. Press the [Scan] button. The scanning starts. When the [Scan Viewer] is shown after a scan, you can check whether the number of scanned sheets is the same as that set in the [Scan Count] window at the area shown below. Even if pages are deleted on the [Scan Viewer], the number of scanned sheets is not changed.

  • Page 410

    6.14 Processing a Job After scanning has completed, the following confirmation window is shown if the number of scanned sheets is set to be checked. Contact the administrator to change the setting of whether or not to check the scan count. For details, refer to "4.17.2 Setting a Job Sequence"...

  • Page 412: Chapter 7 Scanner Care

    Chapter 7 Scanner Care This chapter describes how to clean the scanner and replace parts in order to maintain the scanner in optimum scanning condition. Do not use any aerosol sprays or alcohol based sprays to clean the ARNI N G scanner.

  • Page 413: Cleaning Supplies And Part To Clean, Cleaning Supplies

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

  • Page 414: Which Parts And When

    7.1 Cleaning Supplies and Part to Clean ■ Which Parts and When Part to Clean Cleaning Frequency Pad assy (PAD ASSY) Clean after every 1,000 sheets scanned. Feed roller Eject roller Pick roller Idler roller Glass scanner window Ultrasonic sensor The scanner must be cleaned more frequently depending on conditions of documents.

  • Page 415: Cleaning The Exterior Of The Scanner, Cleaning Parts Other Than The Lcd Touch Panel

    Cleaning the Exterior of the Scanner ■ Cleaning Parts Other Than the LCD Touch Panel Parts other than the LCD touch panel, such as the exterior, the ADF paper chute and the stacker, must be cleaned using a dry cloth or a cloth slightly moistened with Cleaner F1 or a mild detergent.

  • Page 416: Cleaning Inside The Scanner

    7.3 Cleaning Inside the Scanner Cleaning Inside the Scanner Clean the interior of the scanner with a cloth slightly moistened with Cleaner F1 or the Cleaning Wipe. As scanning is repeated, paper powder and dust may accumulate inside the scanner, possibly causing scanning to malfunction.

  • Page 417

    Be careful that the top cover does not shut on your fingers. AUTION 3. Clean the following parts with a soft cloth slightly moistened with Cleaner F1 or with the Cleaning Wipe. Ultrasonic sensor Idler rollers (× 4) (Also on the ADF paper chute) Eject rollers (×...

  • Page 418

    7.3 Cleaning Inside the Scanner Glass (× 2) Clean lightly with a soft cloth to wipe their surfaces clean. A vertical black line on the scanned data may indicate that the glass is dirty. Pick roller (× 1) Gently rotate the pick roller from top down, to lightly wipe off the dirt and dust. Take care not to damage the soft rubber.

  • Page 419

    3 Open the top cover. 4 Lightly press a soft cloth slightly moistened with Cleaner F1 or the Cleaning Wipe against the surface of the feed rollers. 5 Press the [Cleaning] button on the [Roller Cleaning] window. The feed rollers and eject rollers rotate for a fixed length of time. Gently clean the rollers as you rotate them.

  • Page 420: Cleaning The Carrier Sheet

    7.4 Cleaning the Carrier Sheet Cleaning the Carrier Sheet Use a soft dry cloth, a cloth slightly moistened with Cleaner F1 or a mild detergent, or the Cleaning Wipe to clean the carrier sheet. Lightly wipe off the dirt and dust from the surface and interior of the carrier sheet. As the carrier sheet is repeatedly used, dirt and dust may collect on the surface of or inside the carrier sheet.

  • Page 421: Replacing Parts, Part Numbers And Replacement Cycle

    Use only the PFU LIMITED parts specified. Do not use consumable parts made by other manufacturers. For more details about how to check the consumable alert status, refer to "7.5.2 Checking the Consumable Alert Status" (page 422) To obtain these parts, contact your FUJITSU dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.

  • Page 422: Checking The Consumable Alert Status

    7.5 Replacing Parts 7.5.2 Checking the Consumable Alert Status 1. On the [Main Menu] or [Job Menu] window, press the [Consumable Alert] button. The [Consumable Alert] window appears. 2. Check which part needs to be replaced and press the [OK] button. Parts whose [Usage Counter] value is bigger than the [Replace at] value should be replaced.

  • Page 423: Replacing The Pad Assy

    7.5.3 Replacing the Pad Assy 1. Remove any documents from the ADF paper chute. 2. Pull the top cover release catch toward you, place your hands at both sides of the top cover, and open the top cover. Be careful that the top cover does not shut on your fingers. AUTION 3.

  • Page 424

    7.5 Replacing Parts 4. Insert the new pad assy. Holding the new pad assy by its sides, insert into the pad assy socket. Take care not to snag the pick springs. Pad assy Make sure that the pad assy is firmly and fully inserted. If it is not correctly attached, document jams and other feeding errors may occur.

  • Page 425: Replacing The Pick Roller

    7.5.4 Replacing the Pick Roller 1. Remove any documents from the ADF paper chute. 2. Remove the ADF paper chute. 3. Pull the top cover release catch toward you, place your hands at both sides of the top cover, and open the top cover. Be careful that the top cover does not shut on your fingers.

  • Page 426

    7.5 Replacing Parts 5. Rotate the left bushing. Bushing Shaft Pick roller 6. Remove the shaft. Slightly lift the left side of the shaft (by approximately 5 mm), slide the shaft to the left, and lift it up and away. Pick roller Shaft The pick roller bushing may be hard to rotate.

  • Page 427

    7. Remove the pick roller from the shaft. Lift up the lock tab of the pick roller and pull out the shaft. Retaining clip Shaft Pick roller Take care if lifting the pick roller lock tab with your fingernail as it may get chipped or broken.

  • Page 428

    7.5 Replacing Parts 9. Insert the shaft back in the scanner. Insert the top end of the shaft from above into the roller bushing located on the right side as seen from the front, then set down the shaft until it is fixed in the scanner. Then, adjust it slowly by setting it down.

  • Page 429

    11. Attach the sheet guide. Squeeze the pickup tabs at both ends of the sheet guide with your fingers, and fit it back onto its original location. Pickup tab The tab snaps open. Make sure that the sheet guide is firmly and fully inserted. If it is not correctly attached, document jams and other feeding errors may occur.

  • Page 430: Purchasing The Carrier Sheet

    The part name and the part number of the separately sold carrier sheet are as follows: Part name Part No. No. of items ScanSnap Carrier Sheet PA03360-0013 contact your FUJITSU dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner To obtain a carrier sheet, service provider.

  • Page 431: Performing A Scan Test, Regular User

    Performing a Scan Test After scanner cleaning or replacement of consumable parts, perform a scan test. ■ Regular User 1. On the [Main Menu] or [Job Menu] window, press the [Maintenance] button. The [Maintenance] window appears. 2. Press the [Scan Test] button. The [Scan Test] window appears.

  • Page 432

    7.6 Performing a Scan Test 4. Press the [Scan] button. The scan test starts. When the scan test has completed, the [Scan Viewer] window appears. If the scanner fails to scan correctly, an error message is displayed. Deal with errors as required. 5.

  • Page 433: Administrator

    ■ Administrator 1. Select [Admin Menu] [Device Test] [Scan Test]. The [Scan Test] window appears. 2. Load the document into the ADF paper chute for the scan test. 3. Press the [Scan] button. The scan test starts. When the scan test has completed, the [Scan Viewer] window appears. If the scanner fails to scan correctly, an error message is displayed.

  • Page 434: Calibrating The Lcd Touch Panel

    7.7 Calibrating the LCD Touch Panel Calibrating the LCD Touch Panel This should be done when the LCD touch panel responses seem out of alignment with the positions of objects on the LCD screen. 1. On the [Admin Menu] window, select [Device Test] [Screen Calibration].

  • Page 435

    4. When you are satisfied with the LCD touch screen response, press the [Update] button. This saves the current calibration data, completing the calibration process, and returns you to the [Screen Calibration] window. If the red "+" (adjustment mark) is not touched accurately, a "Parameter Error. Please input, again"...

  • Page 436: Chapter 8 Troubleshooting

    Chapter 8 Troubleshooting This chapter provides information on dealing with scanner operation problems such as paper jams, points to check before contacting your FUJITSU scanner dealer, and help on how to check scanner labels. 8.1 Removing Jammed Documents................. 437 8.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting.............. 440 8.3 Other Troubleshooting ..................

  • Page 437: Removing Jammed Documents

    Removing Jammed Documents If a document jam occurs, follow the procedure below to remove the jammed documents. Do not forcibly pull out jammed documents. Make sure to open the top ARNI N G cover before removing the documents. Take care not to snag sharp-edged parts when removing jammed documents.

  • Page 438

    8.1 Removing Jammed Documents 4. Holding both sides of the top cover, close the top cover. Be careful that the top cover does not shut on your fingers. Confirm that the top cover is completely closed. If not completely closed, document jams and feeding errors may occur.

  • Page 439

    3. Align the edges of the document sheets to be loaded, and slightly skew the leading edge of the document. Slightly skew Feed direction Scanning the document sheets whose edges are not aligned might cause paper jams or damage to the document. 3.

  • Page 440: Network Connection Troubleshooting, Basic Network Operation Tests, Checking Basic Network Operation With A Ping Test

    If the cause of the problem is unknown or the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer" (page 460) contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.

  • Page 441

    When checking the network connection status by a Ping test, the following results are possible. Follow each action described below. [Ping statistics] shows"Lost=0 (0% loss)" ■ Details Network connection is working properly. [Ping statistics] shows"Lost=4 (100% loss)" ■ Details There is no response from the Ping target. ■...

  • Page 442

    8.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting "Ping request could not find host xxxxxxxxx. Please check the name and try again." ■ Details The name-resolution or address-resolution for the device specified as the Ping target may have failed. ■ Action Check that the Ping target host name or FQDN is correct. Check that the DNS server or WINS server settings are correct.

  • Page 443: Checking The Ntp Server Settings By Synchronizing The System Time

    ■ Checking the NTP Server Settings by Synchronizing the System Time On the [NTP Server] window, press the [Sync Time] button to check if the system time can be synchronized. After pressing the [Sync Time] button, follow each action described below according to the message that is shown.

  • Page 444: Checking The Mail Server By Sending A Test Mail

    8.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting ■ Checking the Mail Server by Sending a Test Mail On the [Scanner Central Admin Server Settings] window or [Alert Notification] window, press the [Test] button to check if an e-mail can be sent to the specified destination. After pressing the [Test] button, follow each action described below according to the message that is shown.

  • Page 445: Other Network Connection Troubleshooting, Failure To Connect To A Server Using Its Ip Address

    If the cause of the problem is unknown or the problem persists, check the items in "8.4 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer" (page 460) contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.

  • Page 446

    8.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting Another host or communication device is connected using the same IP address as the scanner. ■ Action If the same IP address has already been used by another host or communication device, then even if the other device has been given a different IP address, the server may not recognize the scanner's "duplicate"...

  • Page 447: Fqdn

    ■ Failure to Connect to a Server Using Its Host Name or FQDN If a server cannot be connected to by using its host name or FQDN, and does not respond to a ping test, try the following steps: Same as in "Failure to Connect to a Server Using Its IP Address"...

  • Page 448: Failure To Add A Network Printer

    8.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting ■ Failure to Add a Network Printer If adding a network printer to/from the scanner is not possible, try the following steps. Also, refer to how to set printer settings, how to add a network printer, and the printer manual beforehand.

  • Page 449: Failure To Print On A Network Printer

    ■ Failure to Print on a Network Printer If printing on a network printer which has been set in the scanner is not possible, try the following steps. Also, refer to how to set printer settings, how to add a network printer, and the printer manual beforehand.

  • Page 450: 8.2.3 Failure To Access The Scanner Using A Web Browser, Admin

    8.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting 8.2.3 Failure to Access the Scanner using a Web Browser, Admin Tool, or Central Admin Server If access is not possible when attempting to connect to the scanner using a Web browser or the Admin Tool, or when attempting to connect to the Central Admin Server from the Central Admin Console, try the following steps: Same as in "Failure to Connect to a Server Using Its IP Address"...

  • Page 451

    In Internet Explorer, in the [Tools] menu, [Internet Options], [Security] tab, the security level for the corresponding zone is set as [High]. Or in [Custom level], [Scripting], [Active scripting] is set to [Prompt] or [Disable]. ■ Action When connecting using the scanner name, the connection will be an intranet connection. When connecting using an IP address, it will be an internet connection.

  • Page 452

    8.2 Network Connection Troubleshooting In Internet Explorer, [Tools] menu - [Internet Options] - [Advanced] tab, the [Use SSL 3.0] check box under [Settings] - [Security] section is not selected. ■ Action 1. In Internet Explorer, set the following settings in the [Tools] menu, [Internet Options]. 2.

  • Page 453: Other Troubleshooting

    If the problem still cannot be solved after consulting the troubleshooting suggestions, check the points in "8.4 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer" (page 460) and then contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. The possible problems are as follows: Problem List ■...

  • Page 454: Scanner Cannot Be Turned On, Data Cannot Be Scanned Properly

    After turning the power off, wait for at least 10 seconds before turning the power back on again. If the problem persists even after taking the above mentioned actions, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider.

  • Page 455: Multifeed Errors Occur Frequently

    Even after pressing the top cover SCAN button, scanning does not start. ■ Check item Is the button displayed on the LCD touch panel? ■ Action The top cover SCAN button can only be used on the following windows. [Send e-Mail] window [Send Fax] window [Print] window [Save] window...

  • Page 456: Scanned Data Is Inappropriate

    8.3 Other Troubleshooting ■ Check item Is the pad assy worn out? ■ Action Replace the pad assy. For more details, refer to "7.5 Replacing Parts" (page 421). Paper is not fed into the scanner. (Pick errors are frequent or document feed stops midway) ■...

  • Page 457

    Shadow on the leading edge of the scanned data. ■ Check item Are the feed rollers dirty? ■ Action Clean the feed rollers. For more details, refer to "7.3 Cleaning Inside the Scanner" (page 416). Vertical line on the scanned data. ■...

  • Page 458: Cannot Login, Operation Does Not Work

    ■ Action Turn off the Caps Lock and try logging in again. If the password has been lost or forgotten, contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider. The [Login] window is not displayed when connecting via the network.

  • Page 459

    Press the [Cancel] button and try again. To use the LCD touch panel, touch the input field directly and try again. Saving is not possible after pressing [Save] on the [File Download] dialog box. ■ Check item Does the length of the [Save As] folder path (folder path plus file name) exceed 259 characters? ■...

  • Page 460: Points To Check Before Contacting Your Fujitsu Scanner Dealer, General Details

    8.4 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer Before contacting your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider, check the following points. 8.4.1 General Details Info...

  • Page 461: Error Status, Document Feed Trouble

    8.4.2 Error Status ■ Problem When Connecting to the Scanner via Computer Info Findings OS (Windows) Admin Tool version Displayed error message ■ Document Feed Trouble Info Findings Paper type Main purpose of use Last cleaned on Year Month Consumables last Year Month replaced on...

  • Page 462: Problem With Central Admin Server Software, Sending An Original Document And Scanned Data

    8.4 Points to Check before Contacting Your FUJITSU Scanner Dealer ■ Problem with Central Admin Server Software Info Findings Type of OS (Windows) for Central Admin Server software Type of OS (Windows) for Central Admin Console Central Admin Server version...

  • Page 463: Checking The Scanner Labels

    Checking the Scanner Labels The following diagrams show where the labels are located on the scanner. The labels are on the back of the scanner. Label A Label B The following are the label examples. Label A Example: Contains various scanner information. Label B Example: Indicates the various standards that the scanner conforms to.

  • Page 464: Pre-maintenance Preparations

    8.6 Pre-Maintenance Preparations Pre-Maintenance Preparations Before sending the scanner for maintenance, the user data store and system settings should be backed up. "Backing up the User Data Store" (page 175) from "4.15.1 Maintaining the User Data Store" (page 174) "4.15.2 Maintaining the System Settings" (page 178) After backing up the user data store and system settings, the original data may be deleted.

  • Page 466: Appendix A Adf Paper Specifications

    Appendix A ADF Paper Specifications This appendix describes the paper size and quality requirements for ensuring that the ADF operates correctly when scanning documents.

  • Page 467: A.1 Paper Size

    A.1 Paper Size The following paper sizes can be scanned with this scanner: Width: 52 to 216 mm (2.1 to 8.5 in.) Length: 74 to 355.6 mm (2.9 to 14.0 in.) (*) (*): When [Custom] paper size setting is used, a page length of up to 3,048 mm (120 in.) is allowed for document scanning.

  • Page 468: A.2 Paper Quality

    A.2 Paper Quality Paper Type The following paper types are recommended for use with the ADF: Woodfree paper Wood containing paper When documents of a paper type other than those listed above are scanned, perform the test-scan with a same paper type first to check if the document can be scanned without problem.

  • Page 469

    Carbonless paper contains chemical substances that may damage the pad assy or the pick and other rollers when documents are fed. Pay attention to the following: cleaning If pick errors occur frequently, clean the pad assy and pick roller. For details about cleaning the pad assy and pick roller, refer to "Chapter 7 Scanner Care"...

  • Page 470: A.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity

    A.3 Maximum Document Loading Capacity The maximum number of sheets that can be loaded into the ADF paper chute is determined by the length and weight of the document paper. The following graph shows the maximum document loading capacity of ADF according to paper size and weight.

  • Page 471: A.4 Area Not To Be Perforated

    A.4 Area not to be Perforated ADF feed problems can occur while scanning if the document has any holes (punched, etc) in the shaded area shown in the following figure. 25 mm 25 mm Control point for scan Page top Front side Feed direction...

  • Page 472: A.5 Multifeed Detection Conditions

    A.5 Multifeed Detection Conditions There are three multifeed detection modes: document layer, document length, and both document layer and length. To detect multifeeds with document layer, document length, or both document layer and length, specify [Ultrasonic], [Length], or [Both], in "6.9.19 Multifeed Detection (Layer and Length)"...

  • Page 473

    Figure 1 25 mm 25 mm Control point for scan Page top Front side Feed direction Page bottom Center of paper Multifeed detection by layer will often mis-detect very thick paper. When scanning such documents, select [None] on the [Multifeed Setup] window. Multifeed detection rate may decrease depending on the document condition.

  • Page 474: A.6 Conditions For Using The Carrier Sheet, A.6.1 Paper Size, A.6.2 Paper Quality

    A.6 Conditions for Using the Carrier Sheet A.6.1 Paper Size The paper sizes that can be scanned are as follows: A3 (297 × 420 mm) (*) B4 (257 × 364 mm) (*) 11 × 17 in. (279.4 × 431.8 mm) (*) (*) The above paper sizes must be folded in half to be scanned.

  • Page 476: Appendix B Management Settings And Files

    Appendix B Management Settings and Files This appendix describes the scanner operating environment and management settings and files.

  • Page 477: B.1 E-mail Address Setting Values

    B.1 e-Mail Address Setting Values e-Mail addresses may be up to 256 characters long. One of the following e-mail address formats must be used: XXXXXXX@IP_address XXXXXXX@Host_name XXXXXXX@Domain_name XXXXXXX Comprised of alphanumerics and the following symbols. ! # $ % & ' * + - / = ? ^ _ ` { | } ~ . However, periods (.) cannot be used in the following cases.

  • Page 478: B.2 Scanner Configuration File Format, B.2.1 Scanner Configuration File Format (for Importing)

    B.2 Scanner Configuration File Format The scanner configuration file format requirements differ for the following two cases. For importing For exporting B.2.1 Scanner Configuration File Format (for Importing) This section describes the scanner configuration file format requirements for importing. The file charset should be the same as the value on the Central Admin Console, [Central Admin Server Settings] window.

  • Page 479: B.2.2 Scanner Configuration File Format (for Exporting)

    B.2.2 Scanner Configuration File Format (for Exporting) This section describes the scanner configuration file format requirements for exporting. The default value for the file name is "scannerinfo.csv". The file charset should be the same as the value on the Central Admin Console, [Central Admin Server Settings] window.

  • Page 480

    Item Value and Format Remarks Last Inventory YYYYMMDD hh:mm:ss When the Taken [Include detailed Last System YYYYMMDD hh:mm:ss scanner Update information.] Last Add-in Install YYYYMMDD hh:mm:ss check box is Last Scanner YYYYMMDD hh:mm:ss selected Settings Update Current System 0: NotTarget Update Status 1: Finished 2: Pending...

  • Page 481

    Item Value and Format Remarks Error Status 0: No When the 1: Yes [Include detailed Operating Status 0: Unreported/Unregistered scanner 1: Offline information.] 3: Free check box is 4: In use selected Installed Options Serial Number...

  • Page 482: Appendix C Root Certification Authority

    Appendix C Root Certification Authority This appendix provides an explanation of root certification authority.

  • Page 483: C.1 Root Certification Authority List

    C.1 Root Certification Authority List SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encrypted communication may be used by the scanner for user authentication and save operations to the FTP server or a SharePoint folder. With SSL, trust certificates are exchanged to authenticate the communication opponents. The following root certificate authorities are pre-registered in the scanner, but further root certificates may be imported.

  • Page 484

    Valid until... Issuer (YYYY/MM/ Equifax Secure Global eBusiness CA-1 2020/6/21 EUnet International Root CA 2018/10/3 FESTE, Public Notary Certs 2020/1/2 FESTE, Verified Certs 2020/1/2 First Data Digital Certificates Inc. Certification Authority 2019/7/4 FNMT Clase 2 CA 2019/3/19 GlobalSign Root CA 2014/1/28 GTE CyberTrust Global Root 2018/8/14...

  • Page 485

    Valid until... Issuer (YYYY/MM/ UTN-USERFirst-Network Applications 2019/7/10 VeriSign Trust Network 2028/8/2 If the root certificate authority validation period expires, SSL connection is not possible.

  • Page 486: Appendix D Scanner Specifications

    Appendix D Scanner Specifications This appendix gives specifications for the scanner.

  • Page 487: D.1 Installation Specifications

    D.1 Installation Specifications Item Specification Dimensions (W × D × H) 300 × 226 × 172 mm (11.81 × 8.90 × 6.77 in.) Weight 7.0 kg (15.44 lb) LCD touch panel 8.4-inch XGA TFT LCD monitor Analog resistive touch panel Keyboard On-screen keyboard Network interface...

  • Page 488: D.2 Basic Scanner Specifications

    D.2 Basic Scanner Specifications Item Specification Remarks Scanner type (Automatic Document Feeder) Image sensor Color CCD × 2 Light source White cold cathode fluorescent (One for front side, and discharge lamp × 2 the other for reverse side) Scannable area Maximum Legal (8.5 ×...

  • Page 489: D.3.1 Switching The Keyboard Layout

    D.3 Changing the Functions on the On-Screen Keyboard The scanner supports the on-screen keyboard that enables entering characters on the LCD touch panel. For details on how to show/hide the on-screen keyboard, refer to "2.4 Using the On- Screen Keyboard" (page 62).

  • Page 490: Appendix E Editing Using User Editor

    Appendix E Editing Using User Editor This appendix describes how to edit mail address books and local accouts using User Editor. A regular user can contact the administrator for details about settings of the ScanSnap User Editor. E.1 What is User Editor? ..................491 E.2 System Requirements ..................

  • Page 491: E.1 What Is User Editor

    E.1 What is User Editor? User Editor is an application that is used for editing a scanner mail address book (My List) or local accounts. A scanner mail address book or local accounts can be edited from a computer by connecting the computer installed with User Editor to a scanner via the network interface.

  • Page 492: E.2 System Requirements, E.2.1 Requirements For User Editor, E.2.2 Port Number List

    E.2 System Requirements E.2.1 Requirements for User Editor For use of the User Editor, the following requirements apply: Software (English Versions) Operating system Windows XP SP3 or later Windows Vista SP1 or later Windows 7 Windows Server 2003 SP2 or later Windows Server 2008 .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 or later, .NET Framework 3.0 SP2 or later, or .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 or later...

  • Page 493: E.3 Pre-settings, E.3.1 Installing User Editor

    E.3 Pre-settings E.3.1 Installing User Editor To edit a mail address book or a local account of a scanner via the network interface, install User Editor in a computer. 1. To access a scanner, specify the scanner name as a URL using a Web browser.

  • Page 494

    4. Press the [Next] button for the [Network Scanner User Editor]. The [Download Network Scanner User Editor.] window appears. 5. Press the [Download] button. Downloading is not possible while a scanner operation is in process. The [File Download] dialog box appears.

  • Page 495

    6. Press the [Run] button. The Network Scanner User Editor setup wizard appears. If .NET Framework is not installed, a confirmation window for .NET Framework installation appears. Press the [Yes] button to install .NET Framework, and then try again from Step 7.

  • Page 496: E.3.2 Uninstalling User Editor

    8. Select the target folder(s) and user(s), and press the [Next] button. To select a different folder, press the [Browse] button. To check the free space available for the currently selected folder, press the [Disk Cost] button. Installation fails if the length of any installation path (folder path plus installation file name) exceeds 259 characters.

  • Page 497: E.4 Windows Of User Editor

    E.4 Windows of User Editor The User Editor window contains the [Address Book] tab and [Local Account] tab. The following shows the details of each tab. [Address Book] tab This tab page is used for editing the e-mail targets in the mail address book. Menu bar Toolbar Status bar...

  • Page 498

    [Local Account] tab This tab page is used for editing the local accounts saved in the scanner. Menu bar Toolbar Local account list Status bar...

  • Page 499: E.5 Starting/exiting User Editor, Starting User Editor, Exiting User Editor

    E.5 Starting/Exiting User Editor ■ Starting User Editor 1. Select [Start] menu [All Programs] [Network Scanner] [Network Scanner User Editor]. The [Network Scanner User Editor] window appears. ■ Exiting User Editor 1. Select the [File] menu, and then select [Exit]. The exit confirmation window appears.

  • Page 500: E.6 Viewing The Mail Address Book/local Accounts, Loading From A Scanner

    E.6 Viewing the Mail Address Book/Local Accounts Load and view mail address books or local accounts. ■ Loading from a Scanner Load mail address books or local accounts from a scanner in the following ways. 1. Select [Address Book] tab to load mail address books. Select [Local Account] tab to load local accounts.

  • Page 501: Loading From A File, File Format Of Mail Address Book Loaded From A File

    ■ Loading from a File Load mail address books or local accounts from a file in the following ways. 1. Select [Address Book] tab to load mail address books. Select [Local Account] tab to load local accounts. 2. Perform either of the following. Select the [File] menu, and then select [Load from File].

  • Page 502: File Format Of Local Accounts Loaded From A File

    (*): Up to 64 characters can be specified. Spaces at the start and end of a name are omitted if specified. ■ File Format of Local Accounts Loaded from a File This section describes the file format available for local accounts that can be loaded from a file.

  • Page 503: E.7 Editing An E-mail Target In The Mail Address Book, E.7.1 Setting A Group

    E.7 Editing an e-Mail Target in the Mail Address Book This section describes how to edit e-mail targets in the mail address book. An mail address book can contain up to 5000 groups, distribution lists, and e-mail addresses. E.7.1 Setting a Group Set groups in the mail address book.

  • Page 504: Changing The Group Name, Deleting A Group

    ■ Changing the Group Name 1. Select the [Address Book] tab. 2. In the group list, select the group name to be changed. 3. Open the [Edit Group] dialog box in either of the following ways. Select the [Address Book] menu, and then select [Properties]. Press the [Properties] button on the toolbar.

  • Page 505: E.7.2 Setting A Distribution List, Adding A Distribution List

    E.7.2 Setting a Distribution List Set distribution lists in the e-mail address book. Multiple e-mail addresses can be registered in a distribution list. By specifying a distribution list as an e-mail destination, an e-mail can be sent to all the e- mail addresses registered in the list at the same time.

  • Page 506: Editing A Distribution List, Deleting A Distribution List

    ■ Editing a Distribution List 1. Select the [Address Book] tab. 2. Select the distribution list to be edited. 3. Open the [Edit Address] dialog box in either of the following ways. Select the [Address Book] menu, and then select [Properties]. Press the [Properties] button on the toolbar.

  • Page 507: E.7.3 Setting An E-mail Address, Adding An E-mail Address

    E.7.3 Setting an e-Mail Address Set an e-mail address in the mail address book. ■ Adding an e-Mail Address 1. Select the [Address Book] tab. 2. Select a group to which the new distribution list is to be added. 3. Open the [Add Address] dialog box in either of the following ways. Select the [Address Book] menu, and then select [Add Address].

  • Page 508: Editing An E-mail Address, Deleting An E-mail Address

    ■ Editing an e-Mail Address 1. Select the [Address Book] tab. 2. Select the e-mail address to be edited. 3. Open the [Edit Address] dialog box in either of the following ways. Select the [Address Book] menu, and then select [Properties]. Press the [Properties] button on the toolbar.

  • Page 509: E.8 Editing Local Accounts, E.8.1 Adding A Local Account

    E.8 Editing Local Accounts This section describes how to edit the local accounts saved in the scanner. Up to 100 local accounts can be added. E.8.1 Adding a Local Account 1. Select the [Local Account] tab. 2. Open the [Add Account] dialog box in either of the following ways. Select the [Local Account] menu, and then select [Add Account].

  • Page 510: E.8.2 Editing A Local Account, E.8.3 Deleting A Local Account

    E.8.2 Editing a Local Account 1. Select the [Local Account] tab. 2. Select a local account to be edited. 3. Open the [Edit Account] dialog box in either of the following ways. Select the [Local Account] menu, and then select [Properties]. Press the [Properties] button on the toolbar.

  • Page 511: E.9 Discarding The Edited Mail Address Book Or Local Accounts

    E.9 Discarding the Edited Mail Address Book or Local Accounts Discard the edited information of the mail address book or local accounts and restore it to its original state. 1. Select the [Address Book] tab to discard the edited information of the mail address book.

  • Page 512: E.10 Saving The Mail Address Book/local Account, Saving The Edited Information To The Scanner

    E.10 Saving the Mail Address Book/Local Account Save the edited mail address book or local account to the scanner. ■ Saving the Edited Information to the Scanner Save the edited mail address book or local account to the scanner. By saving the mail address book to the scanner, My List is updated with the changes. 1.

  • Page 513: Saving The Edited Information To A File

    ■ Saving the Edited Information to a File Save the edited mail address book or local accounts to a file in CSV format. 1. Select [Address Book] tab to save mail address books. Select [Local Account] tab to save local accounts. 2.

  • Page 514: E.11 User Editor Information Shown In User Log

    E.11 User Editor Information Shown in User Log In the administrator or regular user [User Log] window, user logs of User Editor can be viewed. The user log items for User Editor are shown as follows: Log Item Info options Description Operation Remote...

  • Page 516: Appendix F Compatibility With Different Versions, F.1 Updating System Settings From The Central Admin Server

    Appendix F Compatibility with Different Versions This appendix explains the compatibility with different versions of scanner systems and the Central Admin Server software. F.1 Updating System Settings from the Central Admin Server ......517 F.2 Functional Compatibility Between the Scanner and Central Admin Server . 518 F.3 Backing Up/Restoring Data Between Different Versions of the Central Admin Server Software......................

  • Page 517: F.1 Updating System Settings From The Central Admin Server

    The following shows the compatibility of system setting updates between different versions of the Central Admin Server and the scanner system version. The version of the Central Admin Server software can be checked on the Central Admin Console login window. ScanSnap N1800 Central Admin Server Scanner System Version Compatibility Version 3.0.x...

  • Page 518: F.2 Functional Compatibility Between The Scanner And Central Admin Server

    The following shows the functional compatibility between different versions of the scanner system and the Central Admin Server. The version of the Central Admin Server software can be checked on the Central Admin Console login window. ScanSnap N1800 Central Admin Server Scanner System Version Compatibility Version 3.0.x...

  • Page 519: F.3 Backing Up/restoring Data Between Different Versions Of The Central Admin Server Software

    F.3 Backing Up/Restoring Data Between Different Versions of the Central Admin Server Software The following shows the compatibility between different versions of the Central Admin Server software for backing up or restoring data. The version of the Central Admin Server software can be checked on the Central Admin Console login window.

  • Page 520: F.4 Event Source Name Output By Central Admin Server

    F.4 Event Source Name Output by Central Admin Server The event source name of the event log output by the Central Admin Server is as follows. Central Admin Server Version Event Source Name 3.0.x Scanner Central Admin Server 3.0.x or earlier iScanner Central Admin...

  • Page 522: Appendix G Glossary

    Appendix G Glossary...

  • Page 523

    A4 size A standard international paper size. (210 × 297 mm / approximately 8.27 × 11.7 in.) A5 size A standard international paper size. (148 × 210 mm / approximately 5.83 × 8.27 in.) A6 size A standard international paper size. (105 × 148 mm / approximately 4.13 × 5.83 in.) ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) A unit that allows the user to scan a number of pages consecutively.

  • Page 524: Default Settings

    Default settings The settings installed at time of factory shipping. dpi (dots per inch) Dots per inch. Number of dots lined along one inch. The measurement of resolution normally used for scanners and printers. Higher dpi means better resolution. Duplex scan mode A scan mode where both sides of each document sheet are scanned.

  • Page 525: Multifeed Detection, Paper Jam, Pick Roller

    Legal size A standard international paper size. (215.9 × 355.6 mm / 8.5 × 14 in.) Letter size A standard North American paper size. (215.9 × 279.4 mm / 8.5 ×11 in.) ITU-T (CCITT) T.6 compression. A compression method used when the color mode is black and white. Multifeed detection A scanner function which detects accidental feeding of multiple sheets into the ADF.

  • Page 526: Ultrasonic Sensor

    Resolution A measure of the fineness of details or grain of images. The customary metric of resolution is dpi (dots per inch). For any given image, the higher the resolution, the more dots or pixels that can be used, and the greater the resulting fineness of detail that can be expressed.

  • Page 528: About Maintenance

    About Maintenance Contact your FUJITSU scanner dealer or an authorized FUJITSU scanner service provider for repairs to this product. Do not perform repairs on this scanner.

  • Page 530

    Index automatic logout setting ......107 Add-in ............ 186 Add-in group ......... 254 background removal ......385 adding backing up Central Admin Server e-mail address ......... 315 settings ..........279 fax number ........327 backing up the user data store ....175 job group .........

  • Page 531

    user log ........... 399 DHCP ............ 110 cleaning ..........413 DHCP server ........... 51 carrier sheet ........420 discarding edited mail address book ..511 exterior of the scanner ....415 DNS server ..........51 inside of the scanner ....... 416 document feed direction ......

  • Page 532

    file name (for save/e-mail attachment) .. 407 intelligent multifeed detection ....99 file server ..........50 IP address ..........110 filtering job sequences ......... 205 the LDAP List ........206 job menu ..........302 filtering the LDAP List ......220 job mode settings ......

  • Page 533

    maximum number of part name ..........34 fax contact numbers ......327 part to clean ........... 414 menu ..........73, 74 PDF password ....... 367, 376 message screen ........405 PDF password lock setting ....376 migrating data to an updated version of the pick roller .........

  • Page 534

    network printer ........ 166 scan settings ......... 354 renaming scan to SharePoint ........ 346 network folder ........144 scan viewer ........... 395 network printer ........ 165 scanner configuration file format replacement cycle ......... 421 file format for exporting ....479 replacing file format for importing ....

  • Page 535

    job sequence ......194, 198 LDAP search parameters ....132 text recognition ......367, 369 link speed/duplex mode ....119 top cover ..........35 login LDAP server ......124 top cover release catch ......34 NTP server ........114 turning the power on/off ......57 on-screen keyboard ......

  • Page 536

    status of consumable parts ..... 168 status of installed options ....169 system log details ......172 system status ........167 update status lists ......270 user log details ........ 170 windows of User Editor ......497 WINS server ..........51 wizard ............

  • Page 537

    ScanSnap N1800 Operator's Guide P3PC-3182-01ENZ0 Issue date October 2010 Issued by PFU LIMITED The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. PFU LIMITED assumes no liability for incidental or consequential damages arising from the use of this Product, and any claims by a third party.

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