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Xerox WorkCentre 5845 Installation And Operation Manual

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Version 1.3
May 6, 2013
Secure Installation and
Operation of Your
WorkCentre™ 5845 / 5855 /
5865 / 5875 / 5890
WorkCentre™ 7220 / 7225
WorkCentre™ 7830 / 7835 /
7845 / 7855 and
ColorQube™ 9301 / 9302 /
9303

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  • Page 1 Version 1.3 May 6, 2013 Secure Installation and Operation of Your WorkCentre™ 5845 / 5855 / 5865 / 5875 / 5890 WorkCentre™ 7220 / 7225 WorkCentre™ 7830 / 7835 / 7845 / 7855 and ColorQube™ 9301 / 9302 / 9303...
  • Page 2: Secure Installation/Set-Up In Evaluated Configuration

    Also, many customers choose to manage user credentials centrally, rather than on individual devices through local authorization. Xerox Multifunction Device Security Target WorkCentre 5845, 5855, 5865, 5875, 5890, 7220, 7225, 7830, 7835, 7845, 7855, 7965, 7975 & ColorQube 9301, 9302, 9303, Latest Version issued...
  • Page 3 Smart Card Installation and Configuration Guide ® ® ® ® Xerox WorkCentre 5845 / 5855 / 5865 / 5875 / 5890 System Administrator Guide, Version 1.0: February 2013; Xerox WorkCentre 7220 / ® ® 7225 System Administrator Guide, Version 1.0: April 2013; Xerox WorkCentre 7800 Series System Administrator Guide, Version 1.0:...
  • Page 4 (Device Certificate, CA Certificate or Trusted Certificate) the device supports. Note that a Xerox self-signed certificate is installed by default on the device. If a CA certificate is desired a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) will have to be sent to a Certificate Authority to obtain the CA Certificate before it can be installed on the device;...
  • Page 5 All Jobs in a Private Queue and the Unidentified Jobs Policies option to Hold Jobs; Only Administrators can ® ® ® ® Xerox WorkCentre 5845 / 5855 / 5865 / 5875 / 5890 User Guide, Version 1.0: January 2013; Xerox WorkCentre 7220 / 7225 User Guide, ® ® ® ®...
  • Page 6 Manage Jobs by following the instructions for “Configuring the Hold All Jobs Feature” under “Hold All Jobs” in Section 5 of the SAG. Once a held print job has been submitted the authenticated user can either release the job for printing at the Control Panel by following the instructions under ”Releasing Held Print Jobs”...
  • Page 7 3. Embedded Fax: • Ensure that Embedded Fax is properly installed. Set Embedded Fax parameters and options via the Local User Interface on the machine by following the • instructions for “Embedded Fax” in Section 8 of the SAG. Set the minimum length of the (Embedded Fax) secure receive passcode from the Control Panel by performing •...
  • Page 8 Comparing the software/firmware versions listed on the Configuration Report with the Evaluated Software/Firmware versions listed in Table 2 of the Xerox Multifunction Device Security Target WorkCentre 5845, 5855, 5865, 5875, 5890, 7220, 7225, 7830, 7835, 7845, 7855, 7965, 7975 & ColorQube 9301, 9302, 9303, latest version issued and make sure that they are the same in all cases.
  • Page 9 There are no active processes that access the hard disk drive(s). • No user is logged into a session via network accounting, Xerox Standard Accounting, or the internal auditron, or • into a session accessing a directory on the hard disk drive(s).
  • Page 10 13. If Embedded Fax is enabled and then subsequently disabled before there is a power failure or system crash and Embedded Fax is then re-enabled after the device is restored to operational mode, the first ODIO that is subsequently initiated may fail. If that situation occurs reinitiate the ODIO. Note: When an ODIO fails under this scenario no Fax ODIO report may be printed, the WebUI may indicate that the ODIO was successful, the Confirmation Report may indicate that the ODIO was ‘Not Completed’...
  • Page 11 APIPA is used or Apple Rendezvous/Bonjour support is required. If IPv6 is disabled and then a software upgrade is performed by a Xerox Service Technician using an AltBoot, IPv6 will be disabled even though both the Control Panel and Web UI show that IPv6 is enabled. IPv6 can be enabled again via the Web UI by first disabling and then re-enabling it.
  • Page 12 Since Integrity Control is a purchasable option, before the Security Level can be set to Integrity Control this option must first be installed on the device; enter the installation key for the Integrity Control option provided by Xerox when the option is purchased in the appropriate step in the instructions under “McAfee Embedded Control”...
  • Page 13 Email Security - Allows the System Administrator to secure the device’s email service. Is accessible by typing http://{IP • Address}/diagnostics/emailSecurity.php. Binary Printing Support - Allows the device to accept printing jobs that are identified as binary files. Is accessible by •...
  • Page 14 Xerox Product Response including direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, loss of business profits or special damages, even if Xerox Corporation has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of liability for consequential damages so the foregoing limitation may not apply.