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  • Page 1 Remote UI Guide Remote UI Guide Please read this guide before operating this product. After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.
  • Page 2 imageRUNNER 1750i/1740i 1730i/1730 Remote UI Guide...
  • Page 3: Manuals For The Machine

    Manuals for the Machine The manuals for this machine are organized as shown below. Please refer to them for detailed information. Some manuals may not be needed for certain system configurations and products purchased. Guides with this symbol are PDF manuals included on the Guides with this symbol are printed manuals.
  • Page 4: How This Manual Is Organized

    Chapter 5 Appendix Includes the glossary and index. Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions. However, as we are constantly improving our products, if you need an exact specification, please contact Canon.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preface ............vi How to Use This Manual .
  • Page 6 Managing Key Pairs and Digital Certificates from a Web Browser ..........2-25 Installing and Registering a Key and Certificate .
  • Page 7: Preface

    Preface Thank you for purchasing the Canon imageRUNNER 1750i/1740i/1730i/1730. Please read this manual thoroughly before operating the machine to familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its many functions. After reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference.
  • Page 8: Displays Used In This Manual

    Displays Used in This Manual Unless otherwise noted, the screen shots used in this manual are taken from the imageRUNNER 1740i with the following optional equipment: Staple Finisher-H1, Cassette Module-Y1 (triple-tiered), Super G3 Fax Board-AJ1, PCL Printer Kit-AL1, and PS Printer Kit-AL1. Functions that are unavailable due to a particular combination of accessories and optional equipment are not displayed in the web browser.
  • Page 9: Abbreviations Used In This Manual

    Abbreviations Used in This Manual In this manual, product names are abbreviated as follows: Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system: Windows 2000 Microsoft Windows XP operating system: Windows XP Microsoft Windows Vista operating system: Windows Vista Microsoft Windows 7 operating system: Windows 7 Microsoft Windows operating system: Windows...
  • Page 10: Legal Notices

    Disclaimers The information in this document is subject to change without notice. CANON INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO MARKETABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.
  • Page 12: Introduction To The Remote Ui

    Introduction to the Remote UI CHAPTER This chapter describes the functionality of the Remote UI and how to start it. Overview of the Remote UI..........1-2 Functions of the Remote UI .
  • Page 13: Overview Of The Remote Ui

    Overview of the Remote UI The Remote UI (Remote User Interface) software comes preinstalled in the machine and enables you to access the machine’s functions by using a web browser. For example, the Remote UI enables you to check the job status, delete jobs, and edit various settings.
  • Page 14: Functions Of The Remote Ui

    Functions of the Remote UI The major functions available on the Remote UI are as follows: ■ Viewing the machine status You can view the current status of the machine, such as the remaining paper or toner amount, on your computer screen. (See “Viewing the Machine Status and Information,”...
  • Page 15: The Top Page Of The Remote Ui

    ■ Customizing the Additional Functions settings You can edit the Additional Functions settings on the Remote UI as you can by pressing (Additional Functions) on the machine’s control panel. (See “Customizing Settings,” on p. 4-1.) The Top Page of the Remote UI When you enter the IP address of the machine on your web browser and press the [ENTER] key on your computer keyboard, the Remote UI top page is displayed.
  • Page 16: Logon Modes Of The Remote Ui

    Logon Modes of the Remote UI When you log in to the Remote UI by entering the System Manager ID and System Password or the User ID registered as the System Manager and its password, the authority of the System Manager is applied to the Remote UI, and other users (End Users) cannot edit the System Settings and other settings restricted to the System Manager.
  • Page 17: Buttons On The Remote Ui

    Buttons on the Remote UI After you have logged in to the Remote UI, the Device Status page is displayed. The left frame of the page displays the buttons listed below, which allow you to access and perform operations on other Remote UI pages. Click to return to the Remote UI top page.
  • Page 18: System Requirements

    System Requirements The Remote UI has been confirmed to work in the following system environments. ■ Windows • OS (Operating Systems) - Windows 2000 - Windows XP - Windows Vista - Windows 7 • Web Browser - Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later ■...
  • Page 19: Before Using The Remote Ui

    Before Using the Remote UI Before you start using the Remote UI, specify or check the following settings. ■ Specifying the Network Settings on the machine • Specify or check the Network Settings to obtain or find out the IP address of the machine.
  • Page 20: Starting The Remote Ui

    Starting the Remote UI To start the Remote UI, follow the procedure below. IMPORTANT • The IP addresses shown in the screen shots and text in this manual are for illustrative purposes only. • If the Language Switch setting is set to ‘On’, some characters are restricted and cannot be entered.
  • Page 21 Enter your ID and password depending on the management mode applied to the machine. The required ID and password vary depending on the management mode (Department ID/User Management) applied to the machine. For more information, see “Enabling Department ID Management and User Management,” on p. 3-2. ●...
  • Page 22 NOTE • If the page is not shown correctly, check the following settings: - Cache settings on your web browser - HTTP port number (default is ‘80’) • For information on other network connection problems and remedies, see Chapter 8, “Troubleshooting,” in the System Settings Guide or consult your network administrator.
  • Page 23 ● When Department ID Management is enabled: ❑ Enter the Department ID and password. You can log in as the System Manager by entering the System Manager ID in the [Department ID] text box and the System Password in the [Password] text box. 1-12 Starting the Remote UI...
  • Page 24 ● When User Management is enabled: ❑ Enter the User ID and password. You can log in as the System Manager by entering the User ID registered as the System Manager in the [User ID] text box and its password in the [Password] text box.
  • Page 25: Viewing The Machine Status And Information

    Viewing the Machine Status and Information When you successfully log in to the Remote UI, the Device Status page in the [Device] menu is displayed. From the [Device] menu, you can view the current status of the machine, information about the consumables such as paper, and other information about the machine.
  • Page 26 The pages in the [Device] menu are as follows: Device Status Displays the machine status such as available memory, page: availability of consumables, and error information if any. To check the details of the error, click [Error Information]. Device Information Displays the information about the machine, such as the system page: manager’s information and the location where the machine is...
  • Page 27 1-16 Viewing the Machine Status and Information...
  • Page 28: Managing Jobs And Machine Data

    Managing Jobs and Machine Data CHAPTER This chapter describes how to manage jobs, import/export data, and install key pairs and digital certificates by using the Remote UI. Managing Jobs ............2-2 Managing the Print Jobs .
  • Page 29: Managing Jobs

    Managing Jobs You can manage the print jobs and view the logs of the jobs processed by the machine. The [Job Status] menu has the following sections: • Print Job - Status - Log • Send/Receive Fax Job - Log •...
  • Page 30 Click [Job Status] ➞ [Status] in the [Job Status] menu. The list of print jobs being processed or waiting to be processed by the machine is displayed. To delete a print job, click [ ] (Select) next to the job you want to delete ➞...
  • Page 31: Viewing The Job Logs

    Viewing the Job Logs You can view the logs of the jobs processed by the machine. The maximum numbers of the logs displayed are as follows: • Print Job Log: the last 128 jobs • Send/Receive Fax Job Log: the last 45 jobs •...
  • Page 32: Managing The Address Book

    Managing the Address Book You can manage the Address Book data on the Remote UI as well as on the machine’s control panel. The types of addresses are as follows: ■ E-mail Address You can manage e-mail addresses. ■ I-fax Address You can manage I-fax addresses.
  • Page 33: Editing The Destinations

    Editing the Destinations You can register, edit, or delete the destinations in the Address Book. NOTE The screen shots and procedures in this section are for the Address Book. The Address Book and One-touch Speed Dial use a similar procedure for editing destinations.
  • Page 34 Edit the destinations. ● To register a new destination: ❑ Click [None] or any number for which [None] is displayed. The Register New Address page is displayed. ❑ Select the type of the address from the [Type] drop-down list box ➞ specify the necessary settings depending on the type of address you selected ➞...
  • Page 35 ● To register a new group address: ❑ Click [None] or any number for which [None] is displayed on the page shown in step 1. The Register New Address page is displayed. ❑ Select <Group> from the [Type] drop-down list box. ❑...
  • Page 36 ● To edit the details of the destination: ❑ Click the name or any number next to the name on the Address Book page shown in step 1. The Destination Details page appears. ❑ Click [Edit]. The Edit Destination page is displayed. Managing the Address Book...
  • Page 37 ❑ Edit the settings as necessary ➞ click [OK]. The page returns to the Address Book page. ● To delete the destination: ❑ On the Address Book page shown in step 1, click [ ] (Select) next to the address you want to delete ➞...
  • Page 38: Importing And Exporting Data

    Importing and Exporting Data You can save (export) setting information such as the Address Book and Additional Functions setting data as a file. You can store the exported file as a backup and load (import) the data into the machine when necessary. IMPORTANT •...
  • Page 39: Exporting Address Book Data

    Exporting Address Book Data You can save (export) the Address Book data stored in the machine as a file. Click [Add.Func.] ➞ [Import/Export] in the [Add.Func.] menu. The Import/Export page is displayed. Click [Address Book] on the page shown in step 1. The Import/Export Address Book page is displayed.
  • Page 40: Importing Address Book Data

    Click [Start Export]. Follow the instructions on the computer screen to specify the location to save the file. The file is saved in the specified location. Importing Address Book Data You can load (import) the Address Book data into the machine from a saved (exported) file.
  • Page 41: Exporting User Management Data

    Click [Address Book]. For help, see the screen shot in step 1 in “Exporting Address Book Data,” on p. 2-12. The Import/Export Address Book page is displayed. Click [Import]. For help, see the screen shot in step 3 in “Exporting Address Book Data,” on p. 2-12. The Import Address Book page is displayed.
  • Page 42: Importing User Management Data

    Click [User Management Data]. For help, see the screen shot in step 1 in “Exporting Address Book Data,” on p. 2-12. The Import/Export User Management Data page is displayed. Click [Start Export]. Follow the instructions on the computer screen to specify the location to save the file.
  • Page 43 Click [Add.Func.] ➞ [Import/Export] in the [Add.Func.] menu. For help, see the screen shot in step 1 in “Exporting Address Book Data,” on p. 2-12. The Import/Export page is displayed. Click [User Management Data]. For help, see the screen shot in step 1 in “Exporting Address Book Data,” on p. 2-12. The Import/Export User Management Data page is displayed.
  • Page 44: Resetting Imported User Management Data

    Resetting Imported User Management Data For security reasons, the loaded (imported) User Management data does not contain the passwords for User IDs and for Department IDs each User ID belongs to. You must follow the procedure below to reset the passwords after loading (importing) the User Management data.
  • Page 45 Click [Settings]. The [Department ID/User Management Settings] page is displayed. Click [User Management Settings]. The [Register New User] page is displayed. 2-18 Importing and Exporting Data...
  • Page 46 Click [Cancel] on the [Register New User] page. Specifying the new user information is not required in this step. The User IDs registered in the machine are displayed. Click the User ID to reset the passwords. The [Edit User] page is displayed. 2-19 Importing and Exporting Data...
  • Page 47 Reset the passwords ➞ click [OK]. Change Password: Select this check box and enter the password for the User ID in (for the User ID) the [Password] and [Confirm] text box. NOTE You can enter the new password for the User ID instead of entering the old (before importing) password.
  • Page 48: Exporting Additional Functions Setting Data

    Repeat steps 5 and 6 to reset the passwords of the other User IDs. Enable Department ID Management and/or User Management as necessary after resetting the passwords for all the User IDs. For more information, see “Enabling Department ID Management and User Management,”...
  • Page 49 Click [Start Export]. Follow the instructions on the computer screen to specify the location to save the file. The file is saved in the specified location. 2-22 Importing and Exporting Data...
  • Page 50: Importing Additional Functions Setting Data

    Importing Additional Functions Setting Data You can load (import) the Additional Functions setting data into the machine from a saved (exported) file. IMPORTANT If the machine is in the Sleep mode, press the machine’s control panel power switch to clear the Sleep mode before performing an Import operation. NOTE The Additional Functions settings you can import are displayed on the page shown in step 3 in “Exporting Additional Functions Setting Data,”...
  • Page 51 Click [Browse] ➞ select the file to import ➞ click [OK]. The Remote UI starts importing the data and when it is complete, the page returns to the Import/Export Additional Functions page. IMPORTANT Do not import any files while the machine is processing other jobs. Restart the machine to enable the imported settings.
  • Page 52: Managing Key Pairs And Digital Certificates From A Web Browser

    Managing Key Pairs and Digital Certificates from a Web Browser Key pairs and digital certificates can be used for security purposes, such as IEEE802.1X port-based authentication and SSL communication. You can manage key pairs and digital certificates from the Remote UI by dividing them into the following types: ■...
  • Page 53: Installing And Registering A Key And Certificate

    Installing and Registering a Key and Certificate Install a key pair (or a private key and certificate) in the machine as described below. You can also register the key pair or delete unnecessary key pair files. Click [Add.Func.] ➞ [Settings] in the [Add.Func.] menu. The Settings page is displayed.
  • Page 54 Scroll the page until [Certificate Settings] appears ➞ click [Key and Certificate Settings]. The Key and Certificate Settings page is displayed. Click [Register Key and Certificate]. The Register Key and Certificate page is displayed. 2-27 Managing Key Pairs and Digital Certificates from a Web Browser...
  • Page 55 NOTE If you want to generate an SSL key pair with the machine, click [Generate Key] ➞ enter the required information on the page that appears ➞ click [OK]. For more information, see Chapter 3, “Setting up the Machine for Your Network Environment,” in the System Settings Guide.
  • Page 56 ● To register the key and certificate: ❑ ] (Select) next to the key pair file you want to register ➞ [Register]. Click [ ❑ Enter the key name and password (up to 24 characters respectively) ➞ click [OK]. The Remote UI starts registering the key and certificate and when it is complete, the page returns to the Register Key and Certificate page.
  • Page 57: Deleting A Key And Certificate

    ● To delete the installed (but not registered) key and certificate: ❑ ] (Select) next to the file you want to delete ➞ [Delete]. Click [ The selected file is deleted. Restart the machine. Turn OFF the machine, wait at least 10 seconds, and then turn it ON. Deleting a Key and Certificate Key pairs become invalid when the certificate expires or when the file becomes corrupted.
  • Page 58 Scroll the page until [Certificate Settings] appears ➞ click [Key and Certificate Settings]. For help, see the screen shot in step 3 in “Installing and Registering a Key and Certificate,” on p. 2-26. The Key and Certificate Settings page is displayed. ] (Select) next to the key pair you want to delete ➞...
  • Page 59: Installing And Registering A Ca Certificate

    Installing and Registering a CA Certificate Install a CA certificate in the machine as described below. You can also register the CA certificate or delete unnecessary certificate files. Click [Add.Func.] ➞ [Settings] in the [Add.Func.] menu. For help, see the screen shot in step 1 in “Installing and Registering a Key and Certificate,”...
  • Page 60 Select the function. ● To install a new CA certificate: ❑ Click [Install]. The Install CA Certificate page is displayed. ❑ Click [Browse] ➞ select the CA certificate file to install ➞ click [Start Installation]. The Remote UI starts installing the CA certificate and when it is complete, the page returns to the Register CA Certificate page.
  • Page 61 ● To register the CA certificate: ❑ ] (Select) next to the CA certificate file you want to register ➞ [Register]. Click [ The Remote UI starts registering the CA certificate and when it is complete, the page returns to the CA Certificate Settings page. ●...
  • Page 62: Deleting A Ca Certificate

    Deleting a CA Certificate CA certificates become invalid when the certificate expires or when the file becomes corrupted. If this happens, delete unnecessary files as described below. Click [Add.Func.] ➞ [Settings] in the [Add.Func.] menu. For help, see the screen shot in step 1 in “Installing and Registering a Key and Certificate,”...
  • Page 63 ] (Select) next to the CA certificate you want to delete ➞ Click [ [Delete]. The selected CA certificate is deleted. NOTE If you want to display the details of a certificate, click [ ] (Certificate). Restart the machine. Turn OFF the machine, wait at least 10 seconds, and then turn it ON. 2-36 Managing Key Pairs and Digital Certificates from a Web Browser...
  • Page 64 Specifying Department ID and User Management CHAPTER This chapter describes how to specify the Department ID Management and User Management settings by using the Remote UI. Managing the Department IDs and User IDs ........3-2 Enabling Department ID Management and User Management.
  • Page 65: Managing The Department Ids And User Ids

    Managing the Department IDs and User IDs You can specify the Department ID Management and User Management settings on the Remote UI. IMPORTANT • Be sure to disable User Management when the optional Copy Card Reader-F1 is attached to the machine. •...
  • Page 66 The page above displays the list of the Department IDs. The page above displays the list of the User IDs. Click [Settings] on the page shown in step 1. The Department ID/User Management Settings page appears. Managing the Department IDs and User IDs...
  • Page 67 Select the [Enable Department ID Management] and/or [Enable User Management] check box, and specify the necessary settings ➞ click [OK]. The settings are as follows: Enable Department Select this check box to enable Department ID Management. ID Management: When it is enabled, the users must enter their Department ID and password (when it is set) to log in to the machine and the Remote UI.
  • Page 68 User Management Click this button to register a User ID. (See “Managing the User Settings: IDs,” on p. 3-10.) Allow Printer Jobs Select this check box to allow the machine to accept print jobs with Unknown IDs: from unknown IDs. Allow Remote Scan Select this check box to allow the machine to accept remote Jobs with Unknown...
  • Page 69: Managing The Department Ids

    Managing the Department IDs You can register, edit, or delete the Department IDs. Click [Add.Func.] ➞ [Department ID/User Management] in the [Add.Func.] menu. NOTE The list of the Department IDs switches to the list of the User IDs by clicking [Change List View].
  • Page 70 The page above displays the list of the User IDs. Edit the Department IDs. ● To register a new Department ID: NOTE You can register up to 1,000 Department IDs. ❑ Click [Settings] on the page shown in step 1. The Department ID/User Management Settings page is displayed.
  • Page 71 ❑ Specify the necessary settings on the Register New Department page ➞ click [OK]. The settings are as follows: Department ID: Enter a numeric ID (seven digits maximum). Set Password: Select this check box to set the password. Password: Enter a numeric password (seven digits maximum). Confirm: Enter the password again to confirm it.
  • Page 72 ● To edit the Department ID: ❑ On the Department ID list shown in step 1, click [ ] (Edit) next to the Department ID you want to edit. The Edit Department ID page is displayed. ❑ Edit the settings as necessary ➞ click [OK]. ●...
  • Page 73: Managing The User Ids

    Managing the User IDs You can register, edit, or delete the User IDs. IMPORTANT • First register a User ID as the System Manager, and then register other User IDs as the End Users before enabling User Management. • If the User Types of all the User IDs are set to ‘User’ (End User), every user is regarded as the System Manager and will be able to log in to the machine and the Remote UI in the System Manager Mode.
  • Page 74 The Register New User page is displayed. You can also display the Register New User page by clicking [ ] (New) on the list of the User IDs shown in step 1 in “Managing the Department IDs,” on p. 3-6. ❑...
  • Page 75 The settings are as follows: User ID: Enter a User ID (a log-in name) (32 characters maximum). Set Password: Select this check box to set a password for the User ID. Password: Enter the password (32 characters maximum). Confirm: Enter the password again to confirm it. Department ID: Enter the Department ID the User ID belongs to (seven digits maximum).
  • Page 76 ● To edit the User ID: ❑ Click the User ID you want to edit on the list of the User IDs shown in step 1 in “Managing the Department IDs,” on p. 3-6. The Edit User page is displayed. ❑...
  • Page 77 ● To delete the User ID: ❑ ] (Select) next to the User ID you want to delete ➞ [ Click [ ] (Delete). For help, see the screen shot in step 1 in “Managing the Department IDs,” on p. 3-6. The selected User ID is deleted.
  • Page 78: Customizing Settings

    Customizing Settings CHAPTER This chapter describes how to customize the machine settings by using the Remote UI. Customizing the System Settings ......... . . 4-2 Editing the LDAP Server Settings.
  • Page 79: Customizing The System Settings

    Customizing the System Settings In the System Settings page in the [Add.Func.] (Additional Functions) menu, you can specify the System Settings of the machine. Although many of the settings can be specified both on the Remote UI and on the machine’s control panel, some settings can be specified only on the machine.
  • Page 80 System Settings on the Menus or Buttons on the Remote UI to access the Machine settings listed left [Add.Func.] ➞ [Register LDAP Server] Register LDAP Server (See p. 4-10) [Add.Func.] ➞ [System Settings] ➞ [Edit] Job Log Display [Add.Func.] ➞ [System Settings] ➞ [Edit] Memory Media Send Log* [Add.Func.] ➞...
  • Page 81 Click [Edit]. The Edit System Settings page is displayed. Customizing the System Settings...
  • Page 82 ● To specify the System Settings: ❑ Specify the necessary settings ➞ click [OK]. Customizing the System Settings...
  • Page 83 The settings are as follows: <System Manager Information Settings> System Manager: Enter the name of the System Manager (32 characters maximum). Phone: Enter the contact information of the System Manager (64 characters maximum). E-mail Address: Enter the e-mail address of the System Manager (64 characters maximum).
  • Page 84 NOTE For information on the settings except described above, see the following chapters in the System Settings Guide: Device Information Chapter 7, “Other System Settings” Settings: Job Log Display: Chapter 6, “Protecting the Machine from Unauthorized Access” Memory Media Chapter 7, “Other System Settings” Send Log: System Manager Chapter 1, “Before You Start”...
  • Page 85 ● To specify the Restrict the Send Function settings: ❑ Click [Restrict the Send Function] displayed on the Edit System Settings page. For help, see the screen shot in “To specify the System Settings:,” on p. 4-5. The Restrict Send Function page is displayed. ❑...
  • Page 86 ● To specify the System Manager ID and System Password: ❑ Click [Register ID and Password] on the Edit System Settings page. For help, see the screen shot in “To specify the System Settings:,” on p. 4-5. The Register ID and Password page is displayed. ❑...
  • Page 87: Editing The Ldap Server Settings

    Editing the LDAP Server Settings You can manage the LDAP server settings. IMPORTANT Specifying the LDAP server settings is available only when the Remote UI is in the System Manager Mode. NOTE For instructions on how to edit the LDAP server settings on the machine’s control panel, see Chapter 3, “Setting up the Machine for Your Network Environment,”...
  • Page 88 Edit the LDAP server settings. ● To register a new LDAP server: ❑ Click [ ] (Register) on the page shown in step 1. The Register LDAP Server (or Register LDAP Search Server) page is displayed. ❑ Specify the necessary settings ➞ click [OK]. NOTE •...
  • Page 89 ● To edit the LDAP server: ❑ Click the LDAP server name you want to edit on the page shown in step 1. The Edit LDAP Server (or Edit LDAP Search Server) page is displayed. ❑ Edit the settings as necessary ➞ click [OK]. ●...
  • Page 90 ● To register or edit the LDAP search attributes: ❑ Click [Register/Edit LDAP Search Attributes] on the page shown in step 1. The Register/Edit LDAP Search Attributes page is displayed. ❑ Specify or edit the necessary settings ➞ click [OK]. NOTE For information on the settings, see Chapter 3, “Setting up the Machine for Your Network Environment,”...
  • Page 91: Editing The Forwarding Settings

    Editing the Forwarding Settings You can register, edit, or delete the conditions for forwarding received documents. IMPORTANT Specifying the Forwarding Settings is available only when the Remote UI is in the System Manager Mode. NOTE For instructions on how to edit the forwarding settings on the machine’s control panel, see Chapter 4, “Setting the Send Function,”...
  • Page 92 NOTE For information on the settings, see Chapter 4, “Setting the Send Function,” in the System Settings Guide. ● To forward all received documents without specific conditions: ❑ Click [Forwarding without Conditions] on the page shown in step 1. The Add New Conditions page is displayed. ❑...
  • Page 93 ● To edit the forwarding condition: ❑ Click the name of the forwarding condition that you want to edit on the page shown in step 1. If you select [All] in the [Receive Type] drop-down list box, all the forwarding settings registered in the machine are displayed.
  • Page 94: Specifying The Authorized Send Settings

    Specifying the Authorized Send Settings You can specify the Authorized Send settings on the Remote UI only. IMPORTANT Specifying the Authorized Send settings is available only when the Remote UI is in the System Manager Mode. Click [Add.Func.] ➞ [Send Function Authentication Settings] in the [Add.Func.] menu.
  • Page 95 Specify the necessary settings ➞ click [OK]. 4-18 Specifying the Authorized Send Settings...
  • Page 96 The setting descriptions are as follows: Display Select this check box to activate Authorized Send and authentication authenticate users who send documents from the machine. To screen when enable the settings in the Send Function Authentication Settings operation to page, this check box must be selected. send is started: Display confirm Select this check box to display the confirmation screen when a...
  • Page 97 Kerberos authentication method is available for Active Directory. Domain Name: If you select [Use (Security Authentication)] for <Login Information>, enter the directory tree name of the Active Directory, such as <team1.salesdept.canon.co.jp>. Use System This setting is available only when [Use] is selected from [Login Manager ID: Information] as the authentication method.
  • Page 98 IMPORTANT • For your network server settings, consult your network administrator. • <Location to Start Search> can be left blank. In this case, the value of the defaultNamingContext attribute is retrieved and used as the location of the directory tree to start searching. When no value is available, the attribute value with the shortest length in the namingContexts attributes is selected instead.
  • Page 99 For information on the settings other than the one below, see Chapter 3, “Setting up the Machine for Your Network Environment,” in the System Settings Guide. Authentication This setting is available only when Authorized Send is activated. Method: Specify whether to carry over the login information (user name and password) from Authorized Send to the authentication information used when users search for e-mail addresses and fax numbers via the LDAP server.
  • Page 100 <SMB/FTP Authentication Settings> You can specify whether to carry over the login information (user name and password) from Authorized Send to the authentication information used when users send documents to a file server. Specify the settings below to suit your needs. When Sending File This setting is used when users specify the destination by pressing to New Address:...
  • Page 101 When Sending File This setting is used when users specify the destination by to Own Address: pressing [Send File To Self] on the top screen (Send). Select the desired option from the following: • [Assume the same authentication information as when operation to send was started and display authentication screen]: Displays the authentication screen with the user name and password for Authorized Send automatically inserted in the...
  • Page 102 • [Do not allow]: Disables user from sending documents to a file File Send: server. • [Allow]: Enables user to send documents to a file server. • [Only allow sending to own address or specified folder]: Restricts the destination of sending documents to the folder of a logged on user or to the specified folder.
  • Page 103: Customizing The Machine Settings

    Customizing the Machine Settings You can edit the various machine settings on the Settings page in the [Add.Func.] (Additional Functions) menu. Although many of the settings can be made both on the Remote UI and on the machine’s control panel, some settings are accessible only on the machine’s control panel.
  • Page 104 Additional Functions Menus on the Remote UI References menu on the Machine [Add.Func.] ➞ [Settings] Report Settings Chapter 8, ➞ [Report Settings] “Printing Communication Reports and Lists,” in the Sending and Facsimile Guide Address Book Settings [Address] Chapter 4, “Specifying Destinations Easily and Quickly,”...
  • Page 105 Edit the settings as necessary ➞ click [OK]. The screen shot above is for the Volume Settings. NOTE • For information on the settings, see the other references listed on the table in “Customizing the Machine Settings,” on p. 4-26. •...
  • Page 106: Specifying The Snmpv3 Settings

    Specifying the SNMPv3 Settings Specify the settings for SNMPv3 as described below. IMPORTANT • Specifying the settings for SNMPv3 is available only when the Remote UI is in the System Manager Mode. • Specifying the settings for SNMPv3 is available only when SSL communication is enabled.
  • Page 107: Enabling Snmpv3

    Enabling SNMPv3 Enable SNMPv3 as described below. Click [Add.Func.] ➞ [Settings] in the [Add.Func.] menu. The Settings page is displayed. Click [SNMP Settings] on the page shown in step 1. The SNMP Settings page is displayed. 4-30 Specifying the SNMPv3 Settings...
  • Page 108: Specifying The User Information For Snmpv3

    Select the check box for [Use SNMP v. 3] ➞ click [OK]. NOTE You can enable both SNMPv1 and SNMPv3 at the same time, depending on your needs. For more information on settings for SNMPv1, see Chapter 2, “Connecting the Machine to a TCP/IP Network,”...
  • Page 109 Click [SNMP Settings]. For help, see the screen shot in step 1 in “Enabling SNMPv3,” on p. 4-30. The SNMP Settings page is displayed. Click [User Settings]. The User Settings page is displayed. Select the function. ● To register a new user: NOTE •...
  • Page 110 ❑ Click [Register]. The Register User page is displayed. ❑ Specify the necessary information ➞ click [OK]. User Name: Enter the user name (32 alphanumeric characters maximum). MIB Access Permission: Select this check box to give read/write permission to the user.
  • Page 111: Specifying The Context Settings For Snmpv3

    Encryption Algorithm: Only [DES] can be selected as the encryption algorithm. Encryption Password: Enter the password for encryption (6 to 16 alphanumeric characters). Confirm: Enter the password again to confirm it. ● To enable/disable a user: ❑ Select the button for the user you want to enable/disable under <Select> in the user list ➞...
  • Page 112 Click [SNMP Settings]. For help, see the screen shot in step 1 in “Enabling SNMPv3,” on p. 4-30. The SNMP Settings page is displayed. Click [Context Settings]. For help, see the screen shot in step 3 in “Specifying the User Information for SNMPv3,”...
  • Page 113 ● To edit a context: ❑ Click the context name you want to edit in the context list in the Context Settings page. The Edit Context page is displayed. ❑ Edit the context name ➞ click [OK]. ● To delete a context: ❑...
  • Page 114: Verifying Ssl Server Certificates

    Verifying SSL Server Certificates You can set the machine to check the validity of the SSL server certificate when the machine is receiving/sending data with POP/SMTP. The machine verifies the certificate by checking the expiration date, certificate chain, and as well as CN (Common Name).
  • Page 115 Select the function. ● To set the machine to verify the SSL server certificate when receiving data with POP: ❑ Select the check box for [Confirm SSL Certificate for POP RX]. To include the CN (Common Name) for the verification, select the check box for [Add CN to Verification Items].
  • Page 116 NOTE If the machine detects a problem with the certificate, communication will not be completed and the error message <SSL Error (POP)> or <SSL Error (SMTP Send)> (error code #0842 for the job log) will be displayed. Click [OK] on the page shown in step 3. Restart the machine.
  • Page 117 4-40 Verifying SSL Server Certificates...
  • Page 118: Appendix

    Appendix CHAPTER This chapter includes the glossary and index. Glossary ............. . 5-2 Index .
  • Page 119: Glossary

    Glossary BOOTP BOOTstrap Protocol. A protocol that enables a client machine to automatically obtain network setup information from a server over a TCP/IP network. BOOTP enables a client to automatically locate such information as the host name, domain name, and IP address, so that it is not necessary to enter these items manually.
  • Page 120 HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol. The client-server TCP/IP protocol used on the World Wide Web for the transfer of HTML (Hyper Text Mark-up Language) documents across the Internet. IEEE802.1X authentication An authentication method that permits only supplicants (devices) authenticated by a RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) server to connect to the network via an authenticator.
  • Page 121 Portable Document Format. The page description language used in Adobe Systems’ Acrobat document exchange system, which is restricted neither by device nor resolution. PDF displays documents in a way that is independent of the original application software, hardware, and operating system used to create those documents.
  • Page 122 TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. The protocol used to connect to the Internet or wide area networks. Uniform Resource Locator. A standard way of specifying the location of an object, usually a Web page on the Internet. The URL for a Web page would look something like this: “http://www.w3.org/default.htm”.
  • Page 123: Index

    Index Add.Func. menu End-User Mode, 1-10 (Additional Functions menu), 4-2, 4-26 Additional Functions setting data Exporting, 2-21 Importing, 2-23 Address Book, 2-5 Forwarding Settings, 4-14 Deleting the destination, 2-10 Deleting the Forwarding Condition, 4-16 Editing the destination, 2-9 Editing the Forwarding Condition, 4-16 Exporting, 2-12 Forwarding Documents without specific Importing, 2-13...
  • Page 124 LDAP search attributes, 4-13 SNMPv3, 4-29 LDAP server, 4-10 SSL, 5-4 Deleting, 4-12 SSL encryption, 5-4 Editing, 4-12 SSL server certificate, 4-37 Registering, 4-11 System Manager ID, specifying, 4-9 Logon mode, 1-5, 1-10 System Manager Mode, 1-10 End-User Mode, 1-5 System Password, specifying, 4-9 System Manager Mode, 1-5 System requirements, 1-7...
  • Page 125 Index...
  • Page 126 CANON INC. 30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan CANON U.S.A., INC. One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A. CANON CANADA INC. 6390 Dixie Road Mississauga, Ontario L5T 1P7, Canada CANON EUROPA N.V. Bovenkerkerweg 59-61 1185 XB Amstelveen, The Netherlands (See http://www.canon-europe.com/ for details on your regional dealer)

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