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-Z7400
Configuration Guide
Configuration Guide
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    -Z7400 Configuration Guide Configuration Guide Please read this guide before operating this equipment. After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.

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    ColorPASS-Z7400 Configuration Guide...

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    Documentation CD. • The User Software Installation Guide describes how to install software from the User Software CD to enable users to print to the ColorPASS-Z7400, and also describes setting up printing connections to the ColorPASS-Z7400. • The Configuration Guide explains basic configuration and administration of the...

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    Exchange, Velocity OneFlow, Velocity Scan, VisualCal, WebInstaller, WebScan, WebSpooler, WebStatus, and WebTools are trademarks of Electronics for Imaging, Inc. Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. ColorPASS is a trademark of Canon Inc. All other terms and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners, and are hereby acknowledged.

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    Restricted Rights Legends For defense agencies: Restricted Rights Legend. Use, reproduction, or disclosure is subject to restrictions set forth in subparagraph (c)(1)(ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at 252.227.7013. For civilian agencies: Restricted Rights Legend. Use, reproduction, or disclosure is subject to restrictions set forth in subparagraph (a) through (d) of the commercial Computer Software Restricted Rights clause at 52.227-19 and the limitations set forth in Electronics for Imaging’s standard commercial agreement for this software.

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    You may: a. use the Software solely for your own customary business purposes and solely with the Product; b. use the digitally-encoded machine-readable outline and bitmap programs (“Font Programs”) provided with the Product in a special encrypted format (“Coded Font Programs”) to reproduce and display designs, styles, weights, and versions of letters, numerals, characters and symbols on monitor used with the Product (“Typefaces”) solely for your own customary business purposes;...

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    You hereby specifically acknowledge that this is a legal agreement between you, the end user, and Electronics for Imaging, not Canon Inc., with respect to the Software, Font Programs, Coded Font Programs, Typefaces and Trademarks. Electronics for Imaging has the sole and ultimate liability for the above limited warranty, and Canon Inc., its subsidiaries or affiliates, their agents, distributors or dealers shall have no liability with respect to the Software, Font Programs, Coded...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Contents About the Documentation Introduction About this manual Chapter 1: Connecting to the Network ColorPASS on the network Stages of installation on the network Quick path to installation Connecting network cable to the ColorPASS 1-11 Back view of the ColorPASS 1-12 Ethernet connection 1-13...

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    viii Contents Chapter 3: Preparing for ColorPASS Setup Levels of access and control ColorPASS print connections Passwords Fiery WebTools Control level scenarios ColorPASS system software About Setup Local Setup from the ColorPASS Network server setup requirements 3-10 Ensuring the copier connection 3-10 Ensuring virus-free operation of the ColorPASS on a network 3-11...

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    ix Contents PostScript Setup options 4-42 Color Setup options 4-46 Administrative functions in the Setup menu 4-49 Job Log Setup 4-49 Font Archiving 4-51 Exit Setup 4-53 Chapter 5: Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Accessing Setup Local Fiery Setup Remote Fiery Setup General Setup options Job Log Setup...

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    x Contents Chapter 7: Administering the ColorPASS Administrator functions Setting passwords Passwords from the Control Panel Passwords from local Setup or remote Setup Clearing the ColorPASS Using the ColorPASS hard disk drive Restoring the ColorPASS to factory defaults Managing Fiery Address Books Printing a Configuration page from the Control Panel 7-12 Maintaining optimal ColorPASS performance...

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    The name “Aero” is used in illustrations to represent the ColorPASS. The term “copier” is used to refer to the Canon CLC5000 series of copiers. The term “Windows” is used to refer to Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003, wherever appropriate.

  • Page 14: Xii Introduction

    xii Introduction About this manual This manual covers the following topics: • Basic configuration of the ColorPASS to support printing over AppleTalk, TCP/IP, and IPX (Novell) networks • Administering network printing • Configuring Novell and Microsoft Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003 servers and UNIX systems to provide ColorPASS printing services •...

  • Page 15: Chapter 1: Connecting To The Network

    1-1 ColorPASS on the network This chapter summarizes the stages in setting up the ColorPASS, and includes Chapter 1: diagrams that refer you to other chapters or other manuals for completing your Connecting installation. Check those references to find the information you need quickly. to the Network ColorPASS on the network When the ColorPASS is connected to a network, it behaves as a networked PostScript...

  • Page 16: Stages Of Installation On The Network

    1-2 Connecting to the Network These protocols (rules that enable computers on a network to communicate with each other) are supported on Mac OS, Windows, and UNIX platforms and can run concurrently on the same cable. Workstations that use other protocols can print through a server that uses one of the protocols mentioned.

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    1-3 Stages of installation on the network • Setting up the ColorPASS Configure the ColorPASS for your particular printing and network environment. First read Chapter 2, and then see subsequent chapters for details. • Preparing client workstations for printing Install the files needed for printing, install additional user software, and connect the client to the ColorPASS over the network.

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    1-4 Connecting to the Network Summary of ColorPASS network installation ONNECTION ColorPASS Prepare a network node. Connect the ColorPASS to the copier and the network. If you use a computer running Command WorkStation software, connect it to the network. ERVER CONFIGURATION Network server Configure UNIX, Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003, and IPX (Novell) servers to specify...

  • Page 19: Quick Path To Installation

    1-5 Quick path to installation Quick path to installation The diagrams on the following pages show typical systems you can use to print and run Fiery software from remote workstations. Find the page with your preferred platform and network type, and then look up the setup procedures referenced in the “Key to setup”...

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    1-6 Connecting to the Network Mac OS environment with AppleTalk Key to setup: 1 Mac OS computer User Software Installation Guide 2 ColorPASS Setup Chapter 4 Another supported protocol ColorPASS connected to copier TCP/IP (http) for Fiery WebTools AppleTalk Mac OS computer Mac OS computer Mac OS computers can print directly.

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    1-7 Quick path to installation Windows computers in a Novell environment Key to setup: 1 NetWare server page 2-14 2 ColorPASS Setup Chapter 4 Another supported 3 NetWare client User Software Installation Guide protocol 4 Windows computer page 2-9 ColorPASS connected to copier NDPS Gateway TCP/IP (lpd) NetWare server...

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    1-8 Connecting to the Network Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003 Server environment Key to setup: 1 Windows NT 4.0/2000/ Server 2003 Server page 2-3 2 ColorPASS Setup Chapter 4 Another supported 3 Windows client page 2-6 protocol 4 Windows 2000/XP/ Server 2003 client User Software Installation Guide Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/ ColorPASS connected to copier...

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    1-9 Quick path to installation Windows computers using Windows printing Key to setup: 1 Windows computer User Software Installation Guide 2 ColorPASS Setup Chapter 4 Another supported protocol ColorPASS connected to copier TCP/IP (nbt) Windows computer Windows computer Windows computer For Windows printing Windows (SMB) printing enabled on the ColorPASS.

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    1-10 Connecting to the Network UNIX workstations and Windows computers on a TCP/IP network Key to setup: 1 UNIX server/host page 2-16 2 ColorPASS Setup Chapter 4 Another supported 3 UNIX workstation page 2-16 protocol 4 TCP/IP client User Software Installation Guide, Chapter 4 5 Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/ Server 2003 client...

  • Page 25: Connecting Network Cable To The Colorpass

    1-11 Connecting network cable to the ColorPASS Connecting network cable to the ColorPASS In this section, the front view and back panel of the ColorPASS are illustrated, followed by information for connecting to the Ethernet board. Turn off the ColorPASS before connecting it to any network device. If the ColorPASS has just finished processing, wait five seconds after the system reaches the Idle state before using the power button on the front of the ColorPASS to turn it off.

  • Page 26: Back View Of The Colorpass

    1-12 Connecting to the Network Back view of the ColorPASS 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet (RJ-45) Dongle : The lower port is unavailable for use...

  • Page 27: Ethernet Connection

    1-13 Connecting network cable to the ColorPASS Ethernet connection For Ethernet connections, the ColorPASS supports Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP, 4 pairs) cabling, defined as Category 5 or later for use with 100BaseT and 1000BaseT; or as Category 3, Category 4, or Category 5 for use with 10BaseT. The cable uses an 8-pin RJ-45 connector that plugs into the RJ-45 socket on the ColorPASS.

  • Page 29: Chapter 2: Setting Up Network Servers

    2-1 ColorPASS on a TCP/IP network with Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003 This chapter describes environments that typically include one or more network Chapter 2: servers—Novell NetWare servers and Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003 servers— Setting up that share printing to the ColorPASS. It describes setting up servers that use Network Servers IPX/SPX or TCP/IP protocols for communicating with the ColorPASS.

  • Page 30: Tips For Experts-windows With Tcp/ip

    2-2 Setting up Network Servers Typical system combinations are: • Print server running Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003 server; clients running Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003 Workstation and Windows 98/Me • Print server running Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003 Workstation and clients running Windows 98/Me With TCP/IP protocols loaded, you can run Fiery utilities and Fiery WebTools from a Windows computer.

  • Page 31: Configuring A Windows Nt 4.0/2000/server 2003 Server To Communicate With The Colorpass

    2-3 ColorPASS on a TCP/IP network with Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003 Configuring a Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003 server to communicate with the ColorPASS To configure a Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003 server to communicate with the ColorPASS, follow these general steps. More detail is provided in subsequent sections in this chapter and in your Microsoft documentation.

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    2-4 Setting up Network Servers PASS TCP/IP O ADD THE OLOR TO A NETWORK WITH A NT 4.0/2000/S 2003 INDOWS ERVER SERVER 1. Register the IP address of the ColorPASS in the host name database used by your system. For installations that do not have a network administrator or central host name database, add the ColorPASS to the hosts file on the Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server...

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    2-5 ColorPASS on a TCP/IP network with Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003 Installing the ColorPASS as a shared printer The first step in creating a printer is installing the printer driver files, which give your applications access to printer features. You can use the installation instructions in the User Software Installation Guide for every workstation that will print directly and independently to the ColorPASS.

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    2-6 Setting up Network Servers Configuring clients of a Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003 server Each client of a Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003 server is already using a network protocol to communicate with the server. Each client can print to the ColorPASS if it has been shared by a Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003 server or Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003 clients.

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    2-7 ColorPASS on a TCP/IP network with Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003 Configuring Windows computers without a Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003 server If your network does not have a Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003 server, Windows 98/Me and Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003 workstations can still print to the ColorPASS.

  • Page 36: Colorpass On A Netware Network

    2-8 Setting up Network Servers ColorPASS on a NetWare network The NetWise ™ features built into the ColorPASS support the following network operating environments: • NetWare—NDS (Novell Directory Services) • Servers running NetWare in bindery emulation mode The term “Netware” is used to refer to Netware 4.x, 5.x, and 6.x. For Ethernet-based networks, the IPX/SPX protocol is supported.

  • Page 37: Tips For Experts-ipx Networks

    2-9 ColorPASS on a NetWare network Tips for experts—IPX networks Setting up the ColorPASS is similar to setting up any other PostScript printer on the network. The ColorPASS with IPX connections has the following characteristics: • A minimum connection to the ColorPASS consists of a NetWare file server, a NetWare print server, and a NetWare queue.

  • Page 38: Configuring A Netware Server For Printing

    2-10 Setting up Network Servers You do not need to rerun Setup when you add or remove a NetWare queue; however, you should restart the ColorPASS after you create or remove a queue. When the ColorPASS is configured to connect to a NetWare server, it polls the NetWare server for jobs in each of its queues.

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    2-11 ColorPASS on a NetWare network With bindery services, you can route all ColorPASS print jobs through the same NetWare file server, or you can configure more than one file server to handle ColorPASS jobs. The functions you perform on the Novell server, the ColorPASS, and the client workstation are summarized in the following tables.

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    2-12 Setting up Network Servers Configuring a bindery connection In Setup from On Bindery FS On client workstation Command WorkStation In NetWare Port Setup Install user software. administration tools: Ethernet Setup For printing: Protocol Setup For each FS: Connect client to PQs that IPX/SPX Setup—select Configure PS you set up on the NetWare FS...

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    2-13 ColorPASS on a NetWare network In order to set up the NetWare server in bindery emulation mode for printing to the ColorPASS, the network administrator must do the following: • Determine the Directory Services path to the container in which the print server and the ColorPASS Print queue will be created.

  • Page 42: Colorpass On A Netware Network With Ndps

    2-14 Setting up Network Servers • Setting up the ColorPASS as a PostScript printer by installing a PostScript printer driver and the ColorPASS PPD (PostScript printer description). • Adding a network port and connecting the workstation to one or more NetWare queues that have been defined for the ColorPASS.

  • Page 43: Tips For Experts-netware Networks

    2-15 ColorPASS on a NetWare network with NDPS Tips for experts—NetWare networks Setting up the ColorPASS in an NDPS environment is similar to setting up any other PostScript printer on the network. When setting up the ColorPASS in such an environment, refer to the following information: •...

  • Page 44: Colorpass On A Network With Unix Workstations

    2-16 Setting up Network Servers ColorPASS on a network with UNIX workstations When a UNIX workstation is configured with the lpd protocol and connected to the ColorPASS over a TCP/IP network, it can print directly to the ColorPASS. Setting up UNIX workstations requires an administrator with root privileges. After the initial configuration, UNIX users simply submit print jobs to a named printer.

  • Page 45: Important Note About The Remote Printer Name

    2-17 ColorPASS on a network with UNIX workstations Important note about the remote printer name Whichever UNIX system you use, the name used for the remote printer (or in the file) in configuring the ColorPASS must be one of the following /etc/printcap print hold...

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    2-18 Setting up Network Servers PASS UNIX O SET UP OLOR PRINTING ON SYSTEMS 1. Specify the appropriate settings in ColorPASS Server Setup. To access ColorPASS Setup, see “Accessing Setup options” on page 4-10. 2. Specify the appropriate settings in ColorPASS Network Setup. Enter a valid IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address for the ColorPASS.

  • Page 47: Managing Print Jobs

    2-19 ColorPASS on a network with UNIX workstations PASS O PRINT TO THE OLOR • On a UNIX system running Solaris 8, use the lp command to send a job to the ColorPASS. • Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/Server 2003 users with the TCP/IP protocol loaded can send print jobs to the ColorPASS from their applications or from a command prompt.

  • Page 49: Chapter 3: Preparing For Colorpass Setup

    3-1 Levels of access and control To prepare for printing at your site, you must do some initial ColorPASS Chapter 3: configuration, or Setup, to specify the network environment and the kind of printing Preparing for you will do. Before you perform Setup, you must decide the levels of access you will ColorPASS implement for your site.

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    3-2 Preparing for ColorPASS Setup In addition, you can enable the Printed queue, which is a storage area for the most recent jobs from the Print queue. The Printed queue makes it convenient to reprint those jobs. In Setup, you can enable the Printed queue and specify the maximum number of jobs retained in the queue (see “Jobs Saved in Printed Queue 1-99 [10]”...

  • Page 51: Passwords

    3-3 Levels of access and control Passwords You can implement passwords as a means of controlling access to ColorPASS functions. The ColorPASS allows you to set the following passwords in Setup: • Administrator—from the Control Panel or Command WorkStation (or local Setup, if you have the Advanced Controller Interface (ACI) installed) •...

  • Page 52: Fiery Webtools

    3-4 Preparing for ColorPASS Setup Operator privileges Operator control includes control of print jobs from the job management tools, including the ability to override job settings. Guest privileges (no password) No password is needed for a user to log in as a Guest from the job management tools. A Guest can view the status of active jobs but cannot make changes to jobs or to the ColorPASS state.

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    3-5 Levels of access and control WebLink WebLink provides all users with a link to an address on the Internet. To change the WebLink Internet address, see “Setting the WebLink destination” on page 6-3. This function requires the Administrator password, if one has been set (see “Passwords”...

  • Page 54: Control Level Scenarios

    3-6 Preparing for ColorPASS Setup Control level scenarios Typical scenarios of access and control, ranging from minimum control to maximum control, are described in this section. Choose the scenario that best matches your site requirements, and then refer to the corresponding number in the table for guidance on how to configure your system for those requirements.

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    3-7 Levels of access and control 4. An administrator and an operator; no WebTool access Only an administrator can perform Setup, calibration, and other administrator functions, and only an operator or administrator can control jobs from the job management tools; users can print to the Hold queue and Print queue, but not to the Direct connection;...

  • Page 56: Colorpass System Software

    3-8 Preparing for ColorPASS Setup ColorPASS system software The ColorPASS uses Windows XP Embedded system architecture to receive and process jobs and send job data to the copier. To log on to the ColorPASS, enter Administrator as the user name, and enter the password “ Fiery.1 ”.

  • Page 57: Local Setup From The Colorpass

    3-9 About Setup The first time you perform Setup, you must use the ColorPASS Control Panel. Configure, at a minimum, Server Setup, Network Setup, and Printer Setup, in that sequence. After the initial Setup, you can change Setup options from the Control Panel (see “ColorPASS Control Panel”...

  • Page 58: Network Server Setup Requirements

    3-10 Preparing for ColorPASS Setup Network server setup requirements For Novell and Windows NT 4.0/2000/Server 2003 (using TCP/IP) networks, you must configure the network servers for printing to the ColorPASS before you configure ColorPASS network settings in Setup. For chapter references to information about network server Setup, see the diagrams in Chapter To configure network settings in Setup, you must have a live network connection, so...

  • Page 59: Ensuring Virus-free Operation Of The Colorpass On A Network

    3-11 About Setup PASS O PREPARE FOR OLOR CONFIGURATION 1. Copy a test page to verify the copier is functioning normally. 2. Turn off the copier and connect the interface cable from the copier to the ColorPASS. 3. To confirm this connection, turn on the copier and allow it to warm up. Then turn on the ColorPASS, and print a Test Page from the ColorPASS Control Panel.

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    3-12 Preparing for ColorPASS Setup PASS O SCAN THE OLOR FROM A INDOWS COMPUTER 1. Disable all the print connections published in Server Setup and Printer Setup. In Server Setup, set Enable Printed Queue to No. In Printer Setup, set the following: •...

  • Page 61: About The Colorpass Default Password

    3-13 About Setup 7. Close Windows Explorer and start the anti-virus software. 8. Run the program as instructed. The program scans the C:, D:, and E: drives mapped. For details, see the anti-virus software documentation. 9. Enable the appropriate print connections in Server Setup and Printer Setup. When no jobs are processing or printing, scanning is complete within 10 minutes.

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    3-14 Preparing for ColorPASS Setup PASS O CHANGE THE OLOR DEFAULT PASSWORD 98/M FROM WINDOWS E COMPUTERS 1. Click Start in the Window 98/Me taskbar, choose Programs, and then choose MS-DOS Prompt. The MS-DOS Prompt window appears. 2. At the command prompt, type the following. For example, if you want to change to “Fiery.2”: >...

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    3-15 About Setup 2. In the Windows Security dialog box, click Change Password, and then enter the following: For example, if you want to change to “Fiery.2”: For User name, Administrator For Domain (Windows NT 4.0) or Log on to (Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003),\\ColorPASS name For Old Password, Fiery.1 For New Password, Fiery.2 For Confirm New Password, Fiery.2...

  • Page 65: Chapter 4: Performing Setup From The Control Panel

    4-1 ColorPASS Setup from the Control Panel Setup is required the first time the ColorPASS is turned on after new system software is Chapter 4: loaded. If you do not configure a particular Setup option, the ColorPASS uses default Performing settings.

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    4-2 Performing Setup from the Control Panel The Control Panel on the front of the ColorPASS allows you to set options and view information about jobs printed to the ColorPASS. It comprises the following parts: • Activity light—indicates normal or problem activity •...

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    4-3 ColorPASS Setup from the Control Panel Front view of the ColorPASS (with cover door off) DVD ROM drive Reset button Power button...

  • Page 68: Colorpass Control Panel

    4-4 Performing Setup from the Control Panel ColorPASS Control Panel Use the ColorPASS Control Panel to view status information, print special pages, and set up printing. While most elements in the Control Panel display have counterparts in Command WorkStation, you can view current functions on the Control Panel even when Command WorkStation is not connected to the server or is not running.

  • Page 69: Buttons

    4-5 ColorPASS Control Panel Buttons Line selection Use these buttons to select the command displayed on the buttons corresponding line of the display window. When a button is active, a special character (>) appears in the display window next to the button. Up and down Use these buttons to scroll to different screens in arrow buttons...

  • Page 70: Display Window

    4-6 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Display window The display window provides information about the status of the ColorPASS, displays menu information, and allows you to view and edit information in the Setup menus. The status area at the bottom of the display window displays the screen name and highlights one of the icons to indicate what the ColorPASS is doing.

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    4-7 ColorPASS Control Panel Info Status When the ColorPASS is not processing or printing a job, it displays information about the current server and software: —The ColorPASS name, as it is configured in Setup. Server Name —The current status of the ColorPASS. The ColorPASS status can be: Idle, Status Initializing, Busy, Processing, or Printing.

  • Page 72: Functions Menu

    4-8 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Functions menu The Functions menu provides many of the options available from Command WorkStation. Choose the following commands from this menu: Print Pages Print special pages from the ColorPASS. You can print the following pages from the submenu that appears: —A Test Page allows you to confirm that the ColorPASS is properly Test Page...

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    4-9 ColorPASS Control Panel Suspend Printing Suspend communication between the ColorPASS and the copier. You must suspend printing if you want to interrupt the current ColorPASS job and use the copier to make copies or print another job first. Jobs continue to process on the ColorPASS.

  • Page 74: Accessing Setup Options

    4-10 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Accessing Setup options PASS O ACCESS ETUP WHEN THE OLOR 1. Make sure the information screen on the Control Panel reads Idle. If Printing or RIPping appears, the ColorPASS is processing, and you must wait until the system finishes and reaches the Idle state.

  • Page 75: About The Control Panel Setup Interface

    4-11 ColorPASS Control Panel About the Control Panel Setup interface When you perform Setup from the Control Panel, you can select one menu after another and enter information about your ColorPASS and your network and printing environment. In each Setup screen, the last line of the display window shows the name of the current Setup menu.

  • Page 76: Types Of Setup Screens

    4-12 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Types of Setup screens There are two types of Setup options: Multiple choice You are given choices (for example, Yes or No, or a list questions of options from which to choose). Only one choice is displayed at a time, in highlighted text.

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    4-13 ColorPASS Control Panel Example: Multiple choice Publish Print Queue Publish Print Queue Printer Setup Printer Setup Press the up or down When the setting you want arrow buttons to display the appears, press the button other option or options. beside OK to continue.

  • Page 78: Server Setup Options

    4-14 Performing Setup from the Control Panel If you make a mistake during Setup, you can always use the Menu button to cancel without saving changes. Pressing the Menu button cancels what you are doing in the current screen to bring you to the next higher-level menu. You may need to press Menu more than once to return to the top level for the particular Setup in which you are working.

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    4-15 Server Setup options System Time Enter the correct system time. Enter the time based on the 24-hour clock in the form HH:MM (Hours:Minutes). The time appears on the Job Log. Print Start Page Yes/No [No] Specify whether the ColorPASS should print a start page every time it restarts. The start page displays information about the ColorPASS, including the server name, current date and time, amount of memory installed in the ColorPASS, network protocols enabled, and connections published.

  • Page 80: Network Setup Options

    4-16 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Jobs Saved in Printed Queue 1-99 [10] This option appears only if Enable Printed Queue is set to Yes. Specify the number of jobs to be stored in the Printed queue. Jobs in the Printed queue take up space on the ColorPASS hard disk drive.

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    4-17 Network Setup options If the ColorPASS is configured to enable more than one protocol, it automatically switches to the correct protocol when it receives a print job. The available network types, and the Setup areas that pertain to them, are summarized in the following table.

  • Page 82: Port Setup Options

    4-18 Performing Setup from the Control Panel 7. When you have finished entering protocol settings, choose Exit Protocol Setup, and then choose Service Setup. 8. Enter the appropriate settings for the services you will use. The options are described in detail in the following pages. O EXIT ETWORK ETUP...

  • Page 83: Protocol Setup Options

    4-19 Network Setup options Protocol Setup options To configure the ColorPASS, choose each protocol and enter the settings for that Exit Protocol Setup AppleTalk Setup protocol. You can enable AppleTalk, TCP/IP, and IPX/SPX communication TCP/IP Setup simultaneously. IPX/SPX Setup Protocol Setup Network Setup Protocol Setup AppleTalk Setup...

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    4-20 Performing Setup from the Control Panel TCP/IP Setup with Ethernet Network Setup Protocol Setup TCP/IP Setup Ethernet Setup Enable TCP/IP for Ethernet Yes/No [Yes] Select Yes if you have a TCP/IP network connected to the ColorPASS over Ethernet cabling. If you are using TCP/IP for printing from Windows computers, enabling TCP/IP here also enables you to use Fiery utilities from Windows computers using TCP/IP protocols.

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    4-21 Network Setup options Get Gateway Address Automatically Yes/No [Yes] Use this option to assign the gateway address automatically for printing with TCP/IP. This option appears only if you selected DHCP or BOOTP as the protocol in the previous option. IP Address [127.0.0.1] This option appears only if you answered No to Enable Auto IP Configuration.

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    4-22 Performing Setup from the Control Panel DNS Setup options Network Setup Protocol Setup TCP/IP Setup DNS Setup DNS Setup You can configure the ColorPASS so that it can access an appropriate DNS server. With the DNS server, when connecting the Fiery utilities or Fiery WebTools from remote workstations to the ColorPASS, users need to remember only its Server Name, which is much easier to remember than an IP address.

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    4-23 Network Setup options IPX/SPX Setup options To specify the frame types the ColorPASS uses for IPX/SPX protocols, choose Exit Protocol Setup AppleTalk Setup IPX/SPX Setup from the Protocol Setup menu. You must choose at least one frame TCP/IP Setup IPX/SPX Setup type to enable IPX/SPX protocols.

  • Page 88: Service Setup Options

    4-24 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Clear Frame Types You can clear all frame types at once by choosing Exit IPX/SPX Setup, choosing IPX/SPX Setup, and then choosing Clear Frame Types. Service Setup options PServer is a program in the ColorPASS software that can service the Novell Print queues assigned to the Novell print servers you have set up for printing to the ColorPASS.

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    4-25 Network Setup options Network Setup Service Setup PServer Setup NDS Setup Before entering NDS settings, make sure the ColorPASS is connected to the network and that you have configured an NDS directory tree with a printer, print server, and one or more Print queue objects for ColorPASS jobs (see “Setting up a NetWare Print queue for bindery”...

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    4-26 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Is user login needed to browse NDS tree? Yes/No [No] Select No if no password is required to browse the tree. You can proceed to navigate to the Print Server object. Select Yes if network permissions require that you log in to browse the NDS tree and see the Print Server object you want to select.

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    4-27 Network Setup options Enter Password Enter the login password for the NDS tree, using the up and down arrow buttons to select characters, and the left and right arrow buttons to move the cursor. Choose OK. Navigate the NDS tree to the Print Server. Choose OK to browse the NDS tree to the Print Server object.

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    4-28 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Server should look for print queues in: Entire NDS Tree/Specified Subtree [Entire NDS Tree] By default, the ColorPASS searches the entire NDS tree for ColorPASS print connections. This option lets you restrict the search for ColorPASS print jobs to a subtree (the Print Queue root) in which the ColorPASS print connections have been defined.

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    4-29 Network Setup options Bindery Setup options Network Setup Service Setup PServer Setup Bindery Setup Use Bindery Setup if you have already configured one or more bindery servers (file servers running NetWare in bindery emulation) with a Print Server and a Print Queue for ColorPASS jobs.

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    4-30 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Network Setup Service Setup PServer Setup Bindery Setup Add File Server This option gives you two ways to add a Novell NetWare file server. Select File Server From List/Search by Name [From List] You may select the file server from a scrollable list, or by a name search.

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    4-31 Network Setup options File Server Login administrator/supervisor/Enter Login Name [supervisor] This option appears only if a password is required for login, if there is no guest account, or the guest account is restricted. Choose Enter Login Name to enter your own login name and password or log in as a guest.

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    4-32 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Network Setup Service Setup PServer Setup Bindery Setup View Server List Supported servers This option allows you to view the list of file servers currently connected to the ColorPASS—that is, servers you have added in Bindery Setup. You are notified if there are none.

  • Page 97

    4-33 Network Setup options Enter Your Print Server Password This option appears only if your NetWare print server is password-protected. Enter your print server password. The Bindery Setup menu is displayed again. You can edit other connections, choose another Bindery Setup option, or choose Exit Bindery Setup. Network Setup Service Setup PServer Setup...

  • Page 98

    4-34 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Polling Interval options Network Setup Service Setup PServer Setup Polling Interval Whether you use NDS or Bindery services, choose Polling Interval from the main PServer Setup menu. If you do not reset the interval, the default value of 15 seconds is used.

  • Page 99

    4-35 Network Setup options Use Automatic Configuration Yes/No [Yes] This option appears if you chose DHCP or BOOTP as the protocol for automatically obtaining the IP address of the ColorPASS. Choose Yes and the ColorPASS uses a WINS name server and automatically obtains its IP address.

  • Page 100

    4-36 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Set Domain Name Select from list/Enter manually [Select from list] This option provides two ways to specify the workgroup or domain in which you want the ColorPASS to appear. If you selected If you selected Select from list Enter manually Choose Domain...

  • Page 101

    4-37 Network Setup options IPP Setup Network Setup Service Setup IPP Setup Enable IPP Yes/No [Yes] Select Yes to enable printing with the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP). You must enable Web Services. For information on setting up user computers to use IPP printing, see the User Software Installation Guide.

  • Page 102

    4-38 Performing Setup from the Control Panel E-mail Setup Network Setup Service Setup E-mail Setup Enable E-mail Services Yes/No [No] This option enables the ColorPASS to use e-mail as a means of communication for a variety of purposes. The ColorPASS serves as a messenger between the copier and the e-mail recipient.

  • Page 103

    4-39 Network Setup options Fiery E-mail Domain Name Enter the name of the domain in which the user has an account. This is typically the part of the e-mail address that follows the @ symbol. For example, in the address , the domain name is pat@test.com test.com...

  • Page 104

    4-40 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Polling Interval (sec) 1–3600 [15] If you have enabled auto-checking for new messages in the previous option, enter the interval in seconds at which the ColorPASS should automatically check for new e-mail. Max Scan File Size 0–15000 [1000] Specify the maximum file size the ColorPASS can send scans as an attachment.

  • Page 105: Printer Setup Options

    4-41 Printer Setup options The Configuration page does not show the SNMP Community Name. Network Setup Service Setup Exit Service Setup This returns you to the main Network Setup menu. Choose Exit Network Setup. Save Changes Yes/No [Yes] Select Yes to activate any changes made in Network Setup; select No to return to the main Setup menu without making any changes.

  • Page 106: Postscript Setup Options

    4-42 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Publish Direct Connection Yes/No [Yes] This option allows users to print (or download) jobs to the ColorPASS without spooling. Jobs printed to the Direct connection are not saved in the Printed queue. If you plan to download fonts to the ColorPASS, you must publish the Direct connection.

  • Page 107

    4-43 PostScript Setup options PS S O ACCESS ETUP OPTIONS 1. In the main Setup menu, choose PS Setup. 2. Enter the options appropriate to the printing requirements at the site. 3. When you have finished, save changes. In the list of options that follows, default values, where applicable, appear in square brackets.

  • Page 108

    4-44 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Allow Courier Substitution Yes/No [Yes] Specify whether to substitute Courier for fonts that are unavailable when you download files to the ColorPASS, or when you print a document for which you do not have the corresponding printer font.

  • Page 109

    4-45 PostScript Setup options Halftone Angle Magenta (available with the Graphic Arts Package) 0–360 [75] Specify the Magenta halftone screen angle. Choose the angle to correctly register the halftone shape. Halftone Angle Yellow (available with the Graphic Arts Package) 0–360 [0] Specify the Yellow halftone screen angle.

  • Page 110: Color Setup Options

    4-46 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Color Setup options Color Setup allows you to set defaults the ColorPASS uses to control color output. Mac OS and Windows users who use the printer drivers provided on the User Software CD can override most of these defaults on a job-by-job basis. However, users printing from UNIX or DOS command lines cannot override defaults from their applications.

  • Page 111

    4-47 Color Setup options Rendering Style Photographic/Presentation/Abs. Colorimetric/Rel. Colorimetric [Presentation] The color rendering dictionary (CRD) defines how colors are converted from the RGB color space to device CMYK. Photographic, designed for images, retains the relative balance between colors to maintain the overall appearance of the image. Presentation, designed for bright colors, produces the saturated prints needed for most business presentations, but handles photographic images the same way as the Photographic CRD.

  • Page 112

    4-48 Performing Setup from the Control Panel RGB Separation Output/Simulation [Output] This option defines how the ColorPASS processes RGB jobs. Select Output for RGB jobs that you print to the final output device. Select Simulation to simulate an output device that is not the device to which you are printing. Output Profile Profiles [CLC5000 Fine v2F] Specify the default output profile to use for printing.

  • Page 113: Administrative Functions In The Setup Menu

    4-49 Administrative functions in the Setup menu Administrative functions in the Setup menu The remaining choices in the Setup menu are intended to help you manage print jobs and color output but are not required for printing. • allows you to specify whether the ColorPASS prints and clears its log Job Log Setup of printed jobs automatically.

  • Page 114

    4-50 Performing Setup from the Control Panel By default, the Job Log is not printed or cleared automatically. You can change these defaults in Job Log Setup. You can also print and clear the Job Log from the job management tools. You need the Administrator password to print or delete the Job Log.

  • Page 115: Font Archiving

    4-51 Administrative functions in the Setup menu Font Archiving This feature is available only if an external ZIP drive is installed on the ColorPASS. For more information, see “Installing a ZIP drive for Font Archiving” page 7-16. You can back up and restore the ColorPASS resident fonts to a ZIP disk. All fonts are backed up or restored;...

  • Page 116

    4-52 Performing Setup from the Control Panel Label the disk [XXXXXXXX-X] Write down the disk label displayed on a label sticker and put it on the disk. You need the label information for font restoration later. When backup is complete, press OK to exit the Back up Fonts menu. Keep the disk stored for font restoration later.

  • Page 117: Exit Setup

    4-53 Administrative functions in the Setup menu Data verified. Proceed to: Continue/Cancel [Cancel] All the fonts resident on the ColorPASS are verified. The ColorPASS is now ready to proceed to restore backed up fonts from the ZIP disk. Select Continue to overwrite all the fonts currently resident on the ColorPASS hard disk drive.

  • Page 119: Chapter 5: Setting Up The Colorpass From A Windows Computer

    5-1 Accessing Setup After you perform initial Setup (Server, Network, and Printer Setup) from the Control Chapter 5: Panel, you can change most Setup options from a Windows computer. Setting up the ColorPASS from Accessing Setup a Windows In addition to using the Control Panel, you can set up the ColorPASS in two ways: Computer locally and remotely.

  • Page 120: Local Fiery Setup

    5-2 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Local Fiery Setup You can access ColorPASS Server Setup in any of the following ways: • Right-click FieryBar on the Windows XP Embedded desktop and choose Set Up Fiery. • Right-click the Fiery icon in the Windows XP Embedded taskbar and choose Set Up Fiery.

  • Page 121: Remote Fiery Setup

    5-3 Accessing Setup Remote Fiery Setup You can access remote Setup from Command WorkStation. You cannot access remote Setup from Command WorkStation LE. O ACCESS ETUP FROM OMMAND TATION 1. Start the Command WorkStation application. 2. Log in as Administrator. 3.

  • Page 122: General Setup Options

    5-4 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer General Setup options You can specify ColorPASS system settings that affect all users, such as the name of the ColorPASS, system date and time, passwords, and Job Log printing. The interface of local ColorPASS Setup and remote Setup is similar. The following instructions describe setup from Command WorkStation.

  • Page 123

    5-5 General Setup options —Specify the system time and date, which are recorded on the Job Log. Time and Date —Specify whether to enable the Printed Queue, a storage Enable Printed Queue location on the ColorPASS hard disk drive for recently printed jobs. You can reprint jobs from the Printed queue without resending them to the ColorPASS.

  • Page 124: Job Log Setup

    5-6 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Job Log Setup —Specify whether the ColorPASS prints the Job Log Auto Print Job Log every 55 Jobs after every 55 jobs. The Job Log lists the last 55 jobs processed on the ColorPASS, with accounting information about each one, including user name, document name, time and date printed, number of pages, and other job information.

  • Page 125: Network Setup

    5-7 Network Setup Network Setup Network Setup configures the ColorPASS to receive print jobs over the networks used at your site. If the ColorPASS is configured to enable more than one protocol, it automatically switches to the correct protocol when it receives a print job. When two network ports are enabled, print jobs can be received over all ports at the same time.

  • Page 126: Adapters/ports

    5-8 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Adapters/Ports In local Setup only, the installed network boards are displayed. You cannot change this information. From remote Setup, you can enable Ethernet. These options are described in the following section. Ethernet (Port Setup) —Select to connect the ColorPASS to an Ethernet network.

  • Page 127: Protocols

    5-9 Network Setup Protocols You can change AppleTalk, IPX/SPX, and TCP/IP protocol settings for the ColorPASS. It works in conjunction with the Windows XP Embedded Local Area Connection Properties Control Panel. When you click the Modify or Advanced button next to the setting, the system opens the Local Area Connection Properties Control Panel, where you complete the settings.

  • Page 128

    5-10 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer O CHANGE PROTOCOL SETTINGS FROM LOCAL ETUP 1. Click Modify or Advanced next to the setting. The Windows XP Embedded Local Area Connection Properties Control Panel opens. 2. Click the General tab. 3.

  • Page 129

    5-11 Network Setup IPX/SPX Use this option to specify IPX/SPX frame types. The ColorPASS supports the following Ethernet frame types for IPX/SPX: Ethernet 802.2, Ethernet 802.3, Ethernet II, and Ethernet SNAP. You can also allow the ColorPASS to select the frame type automatically.

  • Page 130

    5-12 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer TCP/IP Specify TCP/IP settings. The current settings for IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway address are displayed. For information about setting up printing with TCP/IP, Chapter The ColorPASS requires a unique, valid IP address. You can set a static address or specify that the ColorPASS use DHCP or BOOTP to obtain IP addresses automatically.

  • Page 131: Services

    5-13 Network Setup To set the subnet mask, enter one of the following values: • 255.0.0.0 if the IP address starts with a number less than 128 • if the IP address starts with a number from 128 through 191 255.255.0.0 •...

  • Page 132

    5-14 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer LPD Printing —Select to enable or disable LPD LPD Printing (TCP/IP)/Enable LPD Printing Service printing services. NetWare Printing (PServer) options The following procedures for setting up NetWare printing depict the windows from local Setup at the ColorPASS.

  • Page 133

    5-15 Network Setup Setting up the ColorPASS for NDS printing Only one NDS tree can be connected. To specify or change the NDS Tree, click Modify and specify settings in the NDS Print Server dialog box, as follows. The currently selected NDS Tree and Print Server are displayed. PASS S O SPECIFY THE TREE SETTING FROM LOCAL...

  • Page 134

    5-16 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer 2. In the NDS Connection dialog box, double-click an NDS tree in the list on the left. 3. Navigate to the NDS container and click OK. If necessary, enter the password.

  • Page 135

    5-17 Network Setup 4. Select a container from the Containers list. 5. Double-click a print server from the Select Print Server list. The full path to the print server appears. Another way to change the path is to click Edit and type the path to the print server.

  • Page 136

    5-18 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer 6. Click OK. The Server Setup dialog box appears, displaying the path to the selected print server on the Network Setup tab.

  • Page 137

    5-19 Network Setup O SPECIFY THE TREE SETTING FROM REMOTE PASS S OLOR ETUP 1. Select Enable NDS and click Change Trees. 2. In the NDS Configuration window that appears, double-click an NDS tree in the Available Trees list. 3. In the Select User Login window, select Use Default User Information or enter your password, and click Next.

  • Page 138

    5-20 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer 4. Navigate to the NDS container, select it, and click Next. If necessary, enter the password. The password must be 19 alphanumerical characters or less. If it exceeds this limit, you cannot connect to the server.

  • Page 139

    5-21 Network Setup 5. Select Use Default Print Queue Root or navigate to the Print Queue Root and click Finish.

  • Page 140

    5-22 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer 6. Click OK. The NDS Configuration window appears, displaying information about the print server.

  • Page 141

    5-23 Network Setup Bindery Setup From the Network Setup tab, specify Bindery services. The currently connected servers are displayed. A maximum of eight bindery servers can be connected. To add, remove, or change bindery connections, click Modify and specify settings in the Bindery Connections dialog box, as described in the following procedures.

  • Page 142

    5-24 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer PASS S O ADD BINDERY CONNECTIONS FROM LOCAL OLOR ETUP 1. Click Modify in the Bindery Setup dialog box. The Bindery Connections dialog box appears. 2. Select a file server from the Select File Server list. If the File Server User Name and Password dialog box appears, enter the appropriate user name and password to log on to the selected file server.

  • Page 143

    5-25 Network Setup 3. Select a print server from the Select Print Server list, and click Add. The name of the newly added server appears in the Connected Servers list. To add another server, repeat the preceding steps. You can connect a maximum of eight servers.

  • Page 144

    5-26 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer O REMOVE BINDERY CONNECTIONS FROM LOCAL PASS S OLOR ETUP 1. Click Modify in the Bindery Setup dialog box. The Bindery Connections dialog box appears. 2. Select a server from the Connected Server list and click Remove. 3.

  • Page 145

    5-27 Network Setup PASS S O ADD BINDERY CONNECTIONS FROM REMOTE OLOR ETUP 1. Select Enable PServer mode from the Service1 tab. 2. Click Bindery Setup. 3. Select a file server from the Available Servers list. If the File Server User Name and Password dialog box appears, enter the appropriate user name and password to log on to the selected file server.

  • Page 146

    5-28 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer 4. Select a print server from the list and click Finish. If necessary, enter the appropriate password in the Print Server Password dialog box to log on to the selected file server. The name of the newly added server appears in the Selected Servers list.

  • Page 147

    5-29 Network Setup O REMOVE BINDERY CONNECTIONS FROM REMOTE PASS S OLOR ETUP 1. Select Enable PServer mode from the Service1 tab. 2. Click Bindery Setup. The Novell Setup dialog box appears. 3. Make your selection in the Selected Servers list. 4.

  • Page 148

    5-30 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Poll Interval (local Setup) or PServer Poll Interval (remote Setup) Specify the polling interval (in seconds) for NetWare printing.

  • Page 149

    5-31 Network Setup Windows Print Sharing with Server Message Block (SMB) For setting up the Windows printing service, text fields may include uppercase letters, numerals, spaces, and the following characters: - _ . ~ ! @ # $ % ^ & ( ) { } \ ' , " Lowercase letters are not allowed, except in the Comment field.

  • Page 150

    5-32 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer —Select to enable SMB Enable SMB Print Services/Enable Windows Printing Service (Server Message Block), the file and printer sharing protocol built into Windows. Enabling SMB lists the ColorPASS on the network so that Windows clients can print to a particular print connection (Hold, Print, or Direct) on the ColorPASS without any other networking software.

  • Page 151

    5-33 Network Setup SNMP Setup The following options can be accessed only in local Setup. —Select to enable the SNMP communication over a TCP/IP or IPX Enable SNMP connection. Leaving this option unselected disables any access to remote Setup through and Command WorkStation. —Change the SNMP Community Name (“public”...

  • Page 152

    5-34 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer HTTP Connection Support (WWW) —Select to make the Fiery WebTools available Enable Web server/Enable Web Services to users (see “Setting up Fiery WebTools” on page 6-2). TCP/IP must already be enabled on the ColorPASS and on users’ computers. A Java-enabled Web browser and a valid IP address are required for each user.

  • Page 153

    5-35 Network Setup Port 9100 printing —Enables applications to open a TCP/IP socket to Enable Port 9100 (Print Services) the ColorPASS at Port 9100 to download a print job.

  • Page 154

    5-36 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer —Allows you to attach Port 9100 to any of the published ColorPASS Port 9100 Queue print connections.

  • Page 155

    5-37 Network Setup E-mail Service Setup —Enabling e-mail services is required for Enable Email Services/E-mail Service Setup all e-mail client services including printing files or sending scan files through e-mail. Enabling e-mail services is also required for printing an E-mail log. —If selected, print jobs sent via e-mail are accepted.

  • Page 156

    5-38 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer —Specify the IP address of the server (SMTP) on your network Outgoing Mail Server that handles outgoing e-mail. You must define both an Incoming and Outgoing mail server. If an Outgoing mail server is not defined, the e-mail service assumes that the incoming and outgoing server names are the same.

  • Page 157: Printer Setup Options

    5-39 Printer Setup options Printer Setup options You can specify the following settings in the Printer Setup tab: • Printer Connections • PS (PostScript) Setup • Color Setup In the following illustrations, “Device name” represents the model of the copier connected to the ColorPASS, which is 5000 Printer connections...

  • Page 158: Ps (postscript) Setup

    5-40 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer PS (PostScript) Setup In the following illustrations, “Device name” represents the model of the copier connected to the ColorPASS, which is 5000 Halftone Screen Definitions (local Setup only) (available with the Graphic Arts Package) User Screen 1, User Screen 2, and User Screen 3 menu items are used to switch between definitions for three user-defined halftone screens.

  • Page 159

    5-41 Printer Setup options —Specify whether to convert paper sizes in documents Convert Paper Sizes automatically to the default paper sizes specified. For example, if you select Letter/11 17->A4/A3, a letter size job is automatically printed on A4 paper. If you select No, the ColorPASS prints the job only if it finds a media source in the size specified by the job.

  • Page 160: Color Setup

    5-42 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Color Setup Color options can be set only from local Setup. If you do not have the ACI installed, change the PCL options on the ColorPASS Control Panel as described in “Color Setup options”...

  • Page 161

    5-43 Printer Setup options —Specify the RGB source space to be applied to RGB data. RGB Source Profile —Specify the Rendering Style to be applied to RGB data. Rendering Style —Specify the simulation to be applied to CMYK data. CMYK Simulation Profile —Specify the simulation method to be used.

  • Page 162: Setting Up Printing Groups

    5-44 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Setting up printing groups The ColorPASS administrator can arrange users into groups and allow members of a group to print only if they supply a password at print time. This method of printing is known as Printing Groups, or Member Printing.

  • Page 163: Exiting Setup

    5-45 Exiting Setup O REMOVE PRINTING GROUPS AND PASSWORDS 1. Select Printing Groups from the Command WorkStation Server menu. 2. Select the printing group name in the Printing Groups Setup dialog box, and click Remove. 3. Click OK. Exiting Setup When you have finished specifying Setup options in local Setup, click OK and close the Setup dialog box.

  • Page 164: Printing The Configuration Page

    5-46 Setting up the ColorPASS from a Windows Computer Printing the Configuration page The Configuration page lists the settings in effect for the current Setup. After you have performed Setup, print a Configuration page to confirm your settings. The other pages you can print from Command WorkStation and Command WorkStation LE include the Test Page, Control Panel Map, Font List, Job Log, Color Charts, and E-mail Log.

  • Page 165: Chapter 6: Configuring Fiery Webtools

    6-1 Configuring the ColorPASS and clients for Fiery WebTools Fiery WebTools allow you to manage your ColorPASS remotely from the Internet or Chapter 6: from your company’s intranet. The ColorPASS has its own home page, from which Configuring you can select a variety of functions, including Status, WebLink, WebSpooler, Installer, Fiery WebTools and WebScan For more information on using Fiery WebTools, see the...

  • Page 166: Setting Up Fiery Webtools

    6-2 Configuring Fiery WebTools O ACCESS IERY OOLS 1. Start your Internet browser. 2. Enter the IP address or DNS name of the ColorPASS. 3. Press Enter. The ColorPASS home page appears. 4. Click the name of a particular WebTool. 5.

  • Page 167: Setting The Weblink Destination

    6-3 Setting the WebLink destination Setting the WebLink destination You can change the pre-set WebLink destination; this function requires the Administrator password, if one has been set. O CHANGE THE INK DESTINATION 1. Start your Internet browser. 2. Enter the IP address or the DNS name of the ColorPASS. The ColorPASS home page appears.

  • Page 169: Chapter 7: Administering The Colorpass

    7-1 Administrator functions This chapter provides tips on managing ColorPASS printing. Chapter 7: Administering Administrator functions the ColorPASS Administration features are included with the user software and are built into the ColorPASS itself. The following table describes where to find information on these features (page references refer to this manual).

  • Page 170: Setting Passwords

    7-2 Administering the ColorPASS For these operations And these tasks Getting users started Printing to the ColorPASS Printing Guide with printing Setting job-specific options Using Fiery utilities Job Management Guide Controlling the job flow Using Fiery WebTools, Command WorkStation and Fiery Printing Guide utilities and for managing job priorities, tracking current Job Management Guide...

  • Page 171: Passwords From The Control Panel

    7-3 Setting passwords Passwords from the Control Panel From the Control Panel, you can set or change only the Administrator password. For more information on Administrator access privileges, see page 3-3. For information on controlling print jobs with the job management tools, see the Job Management Guide.

  • Page 172

    7-4 Administering the ColorPASS O SET OR CHANGE A PASSWORD 1. From Command WorkStation, choose Setup from the Server menu, and click Server Setup and then the Password tab. From local Setup (ACI), right-click FieryBar, choose Setup Fiery, and click to expand Passwords in the General Setup tab.

  • Page 173: Clearing The Colorpass

    7-5 Clearing the ColorPASS O REMOVE A PASSWORD 1. Select the password you want to delete. 2. Delete the asterisks (*) in both the Enter New Password and Verify New Password fields. If you forget the Administrator password, contact your authorized service representative to reinstall ColorPASS system software.

  • Page 174: Using The Colorpass Hard Disk Drive

    7-6 Administering the ColorPASS Using the ColorPASS hard disk drive Be sure to back up your original data on your own media at the same time you store and save data on the ColorPASS hard disk drive. Never damage the ColorPASS hard disk drive.

  • Page 175: Restoring The Colorpass To Factory Defaults

    7-7 Restoring the ColorPASS to factory defaults Restoring the ColorPASS to factory defaults When ColorPASS system software is first installed, a backup copy is made automatically. If the Advanced Controller Interface (ACI) was originally installed, the backup also includes the Windows XP Embedded operating system. You can recover the system from this backup without having to reload the software from CDs.

  • Page 176: Managing Fiery Address Books

    7-8 Administering the ColorPASS Managing Fiery Address Books The E-mail Service feature allows an administrator to import a list of e-mail addresses to the ColorPASS. This is done by sending messages to the ColorPASS in e-mail form. The list will be added to the Fiery Address Books, designed for controlling user access to E-mail Services and sending scan files to a particular e-mail address the user chooses at the ColorPASS Control Panel, FieryBar Scan, and Fiery Remote Scan.

  • Page 177

    7-9 Managing Fiery Address Books The administrator can manage the address books by sending an e-mail to the ColorPASS with command codes in the subject and message fields. The ColorPASS responds by e-mail to these commands with information about each request. When managing address books, see the following table.

  • Page 178

    7-10 Administering the ColorPASS Fiery e-mail Fiery e-mail Administrator subject Task Administrator message field response subject response message field field field To delete #DeleteAddressFrom name@domain Removed from Deleted Address 1 an address name of address book Address Book Deleted Address 2 from an “display name”...

  • Page 179

    7-11 Managing Fiery Address Books PASS O RESTORE AN ADDRESS BOOK TO THE OLOR 1. Start your e-mail client software application. 2. Open a new message window. 3. Enter the e-mail address of your print server in the To line. 4.

  • Page 180: Printing A Configuration Page From The Control Panel

    7-12 Administering the ColorPASS Printing a Configuration page from the Control Panel The Configuration page lists all the settings in effect in the current Setup. After you have finished running Setup, print a Configuration page to confirm your settings. The Configuration page can also be printed from Command WorkStation (for details, see “Printing the Configuration page”...

  • Page 181: Maintaining Optimal Colorpass Performance

    7-13 Maintaining optimal ColorPASS performance Maintaining optimal ColorPASS performance The ColorPASS does not require maintenance. Beyond the obvious requirements of servicing and maintaining the copier and replenishing consumables, you can improve the overall performance of your system by doing the following: •...

  • Page 182: Using Fierybar

    7-14 Administering the ColorPASS Using FieryBar This section describes FieryBar, which appears at the top of the monitor screen when you power on the ColorPASS. You can use FieryBar to access and monitor different functions of the ColorPASS. Activity light Click to expand or collapse FieryBar Message area Messages...

  • Page 183: Commands

    7-15 Using FieryBar Commands Right-clicking FieryBar allows you to access many ColorPASS features. You can choose the following commands from the menu that appears: Command Starts Command WorkStation. For information about WorkStation using the features of Command WorkStation, see the Management Guide.

  • Page 184: Installing A Zip Drive For Font Archiving

    7-16 Administering the ColorPASS Installing a ZIP drive for Font Archiving To use the ColorPASS Font Archiving feature, you must connect a USB compatible external ZIP drive to the ColorPASS. Connect the power cable to your ZIP drive, and the USB cable to your ZIP drive and to one of the USB connectors on the back panel of the ColorPASS.

  • Page 185

    7-17 Starting and shutting down the ColorPASS Front view of the ColorPASS (with front cover off) DVD ROM drive Reset button Power button Diagnostic messages appear on the ColorPASS Control Panel. If any diagnostics fail, more information and instructions appear. Contact your service representative if the ColorPASS encounters problems while running the diagnostics.

  • Page 186: Restart The Colorpass

    7-18 Administering the ColorPASS Restart the ColorPASS Use the following procedure to restart the ColorPASS, rather than using the power button on the front of the ColorPASS. Restart Server restarts the ColorPASS system software without shutting down the ColorPASS operating system. PASS O RESTART THE OLOR...

  • Page 187: Shutting Down The Colorpass

    7-19 Starting and shutting down the ColorPASS Shutting down the ColorPASS You may need to shut down the ColorPASS for service. When you do so, fonts downloaded to the hard disk drive are not deleted. Print jobs in the Hold and Printed queues and jobs that have been processed but not printed are not deleted and are available for printing when you restart the ColorPASS.

  • Page 189: Appendix A: Troubleshooting

    A-1 Troubleshooting This chapter provides troubleshooting tips. Appendix A: Troubleshooting Troubleshooting the ColorPASS Startup diagnostics are described in the Installation and Service Guide for service technicians. Contact your authorized service/support center if you see any startup error messages on Command WorkStation or if the ColorPASS does not reach the Idle state. Troubleshooting during Setup from the Control Panel The following section explains some error and alert messages you may see during Setup that may not be self-explanatory.

  • Page 190

    A-2 Troubleshooting After this Setup screen This message Means Frame Type selection Invalid frame size. The network hub is not connected to a Novell server when (Network Setup>Protocol the ColorPASS tries to bind. Setup>IPX/SPX Setup) Warning! IPX network No other IPX machine can be found on the network, or Enable NDS number is zero.

  • Page 191

    A-3 Troubleshooting After this Setup screen This message Means Select File Server From List Error. Cannot open bindery Select this server through NDS setup or disable NDS and connection to NDS server. select it through bindery. (Network Setup>Service Setup >PServer Setup > No NetWare file No file server was found when ColorPASS queried the Bindery Setup)

  • Page 192

    A-4 Troubleshooting After this Setup screen This message Means Any Bindery Setup screen Novell error code, followed by Novell NetWare has reported an error. a message. Command WorkStation reports the error number and displays a brief message. For the most common errors (listed in the following table), a screen is displayed that allows you to retry the action that evoked the error, such as adding a server.

  • Page 193

    A-5 Troubleshooting For any Novell error, make sure: • Your IPX (Novell) network is connected to the ColorPASS. • The NetWare server you are trying to access is running. • The Novell network has been configured with at least one print server and queue for the ColorPASS.

  • Page 194

    A-6 Troubleshooting Novell error Cause Suggested action or exit The server has connected to a file server, Select a different login account. but is unable to log in to the server Unable to log in The error screen exits to the File Server Login because the selected login account does to server.

  • Page 195: Runtime Error Messages

    A-7 Troubleshooting Runtime error messages For error messages related to canceling jobs and printing, including the Disk Full message and alerts to load media, see the Job Management Guide. These messages are reported by the job management tools. You can turn on PostScript error reporting as a print option from Mac OS applications.

  • Page 196

    A-8 Troubleshooting See the following table for the appropriate name. In this location For this item IPX/SPX networks TCP/IP networks Server Setup Server Name option Administrator Administrator page 4-14 defines name defines name Windows NT/2000/Server host name — DNS name page 2-1 2003 hosts file (TCP/IP host name)

  • Page 197

    A-9 Troubleshooting Cannot connect to ColorPASS with Fiery utilities If users cannot connect to the ColorPASS, check the following: • ColorPASS Setup—the appropriate network protocol must be enabled, with the correct parameters (for example, for TCP/IP, the IP address), and you must publish either the Print queue or Hold queue.

  • Page 199: Index

    Index Index Numerics Alert Status screen 4-6 Allow Courier Substitution 1000BaseT connector 1-13 option 4-44, 5-41 100BaseT connector 1-13 AppleTalk 1-6 10BaseT connector 1-13 color server name 4-14, 5-4 8-pin RJ-45 connector 1-13 network diagram 1-6 protocol setup 4-19, 5-9 access level scenarios 3-6, 3-7 AppleTalk Setup access to network and software 3-1...

  • Page 200

    I-2 Index color server 1-12 back view showing connectors 1-12 Calibration command, from the Control Control Panel 4-2 Panel 4-9 display window 4-2 Cancel Job front view showing from the Control Panel during connectors 1-11, 7-17 printing 4-6 maintaining and improving from the Control Panel during performance 7-13 RIPping 4-6...

  • Page 201

    I-3 Index configuring network servers Convert Paper Sizes option 4-43, 5-41 NetWare 2-9, 2-10 Courier font, substitution with 4-44, 5-41 UNIX 2-18 cover page, printing at end of job 4-44, 5-41 Windows NT/2000/Server 2003 2-3 connected Novell servers, date, setting 4-14, 5-5 Bindery 4-32, 5-25 Default Paper Sizes option 4-43, 5-41 connecting...

  • Page 202

    I-4 Index Enable AppleTalk option 4-19 Ethernet 1-13 Enable Auto IP Configuration option 4-20 frame types 5-11 Enable E-mail Services option 4-38 network 2-8 Enable Email Services option 5-37 Port Setup 4-18 Enable Ethernet option 4-18, 5-8 Ethernet Setup from Control Panel 4-17 Enable IPP option 4-37, 5-34 Ethernet Speed 4-18 Enable LPD option 4-24, 5-14...

  • Page 203

    I-5 Index font archiving 4-51 host name 2-2, 2-3, 2-4, A-7 font substitution 4-44, 5-41 database 2-2 fonts http (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) 1-1 printer fonts on server 4-8 printing font list 4-8 IMAP (Internet Message Access frame types supported Protocol) 1-1 AppleTalk 4-23 improving color server performance 7-13 IPX/SPX, Ethernet 4-23, 5-11...

  • Page 204

    I-6 Index Max Scan File Size option, E-mail Setup 4-40 Java to support Internet browser 6-1 maximum server connections, Bindery 4-29 Job Log Member Printing 4-15, 5-5, 5-44 clearing automatically 4-50 Menu button 4-5, 4-14 clearing jobs from 7-5 messages, see error messages default options 4-50 multiple Bindery file servers, defined 4-49...

  • Page 205

    I-7 Index NetWare File Server, Bindery Outgoing Server option, E-mail Setup 4-38 connecting 4-29, 4-30 Output Profile option 4-48, 5-43 finding available servers 4-30 removing connection 4-33 PANTONE 4-8 selecting for editing 4-32 paper size used by default 4-43 setting up more than one 4-29 Paper Sizes option 5-41 NetWare Print Server poll interval 4-34 Password option, E-mail Setup 4-39, 5-38...

  • Page 206

    I-8 Index power button 7-16 printing connections 3-1 Print Cover Page option 4-44, 5-41 Printing Groups 5-44 Print Pages command printing groups Control Panel 4-8 defining members of 5-44 Print queue 3-2, 4-15, 4-42, 5-39 defining passwords for 5-44 described 3-1, 3-2 editing printing groups and publishing 4-42 passwords 5-44...

  • Page 207

    I-9 Index reprinting jobs 3-2 server Restart Fiery command, from FieryBar 7-15 display window 4-4 restoring fonts 4-51 shutting down 7-19 Resume Print command, from Server Name option 4-14, 5-4 FieryBar 7-15 Server Name option, Windows Resume Printing command printing 4-35, 5-32 Control Panel 4-9 Server Setup 3-8, 3-9 RGB Separation option 4-48, 5-43...

  • Page 208

    I-10 Index Spot Color Matching option 4-48, 5-43 Test Page Start Page, printing 4-15 printing from Control Panel 4-8 starting the server 7-16 time, setting 4-15, 5-5 status screens, Control Panel 4-6 Timeout option, E-mail Setup 4-39, 5-38 Status WebTool, see Fiery WebTools Transmission Speed (Ethernet) option 5-8 Subnet Mask option 4-21 Tray Alignment command, from Control...

  • Page 209

    I-11 Index warning display window breakage 4-4 Web Services Setup 4-36, 5-34 WebLink, see Fiery WebLink WebSpooler, see Fiery WebSpooler WebTools, see Fiery WebTools Windows 2000 network environment 1-8 setting up Windows 2000 server 2-3 with TCP/IP 1-8, 1-10 Windows 98/Me printing in Windows NT/2000/2003 environment 2-6 Windows computers, printing without a...

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