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KM-NET for Clients

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  • Page 1: Operation Guide

    KM-NET for Clients Operation Guide...
  • Page 2 General Information When using this utility, the items that can be configured will differ depending on the model of your printing system or multifunctional printer (hereinafter referred to as "printing system"). Examples in this document are described in terms of the Internet Explorer 6.0 and...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    8. Job Viewer ... 46 9. Broadcast ... 48 10. Document Box... 50 11. Troubleshooting... 56 1.1. What is KM-NET for Clients? ... 1 1.2. System Requirements... 1 1.3. Support Language ... 2 2.1. Installation... 3 2.2. Startup ... 3 3.1.
  • Page 5: Features

    1. Features 1.1. What is KM-NET for Clients? KM-NET for Clients is a network utility intended for use to monitor and configure the printing systems and maintain e-MPS (enhanced-Multiple Printing System) jobs in storage devices. Monitoring the status of the printing system in real-time, confirming and modifying default settings and manipulating jobs stored temporarily or permanently can all be implemented between computers and printing systems.
  • Page 6: Support Language

    Features 1.3. Support Language KM-NET for Clients supports the following languages: Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Farsi, Finish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese and Turkish. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 7: Installation And Startup

    The installation program starts up automatically. Follow the installation instructions. 2.2. Startup When the installation is completed, start the KM-NET for Clients by proceeding from the start menu > All Programs > Kyocera > KM-NET for Clients. Operation Guide...
  • Page 8: Main Screen

    3.1. Views and Buttons The main screen is explained below. The following table explains the views and buttons on the main screen of KM-NET for Clients. The numbers appearing in the figure above are referred to in the Reference Number column on the following pages.
  • Page 9 Description The Connection View displays connected printing system icons for that have been discovered through the printer discovery process. A maximum of five printing system icons can be displayed in this view. Each icon describes the status of the printing system.
  • Page 10 Switch status information by clicking the icons circled by red in the left images. The various type of icons are displayed on Information View according to options attached to printing system and specific features. For details, refer to online help. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 11 Ref. Operation Guide Name and Icon 3D View Properties Button Job Manager Button Job Viewer Button Broadcast Button Document Box Button Setup Button Help Button Description 3D View can be set up to display a 3D rendering of the selected printing system. It displays the status of the printing system in real-time.
  • Page 12: Settings

    Browse and browsing for the folder that contains it. Description Click in the title bar to display the menu. About KM-NET for Clients Displays the version information on KM-NET for Clients. for Clients dialog box appears. KM-NET for Clients logs itself...
  • Page 13 Main Screen Appearance Tab Show 3D image This displays the 3D virtual printing system for monitoring the status of the printing system. 3D accelerator Select the method which the PC renders the 3D image. The default is Software rendering. Selecting Hardware rendering may improve the performance of rendering the 3D image depending on the hardware requirement.
  • Page 14: Add Printing System Wizard

    Select the check box for Network or Local connection according to the desired printing system. Click Next. Perform the instructions displayed by the wizard. The instructions are different depending on the connection type selected above. . The Add Printing KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 15: Adding The Printing Systems Using Advanced Mode

    Advanced mode has the following three options below to find the printing systems. Local Printer To add printing system using local printer option, perform the following procedure. Operation Guide After searching completes, the searched printing systems are displayed. Up to five desired printing systems can be selected.
  • Page 16: Network Address

    Perform the instructions displayed by the wizard. Select Advanced. Click Next. Select Network address. Click Next. Select the protocol for printing system discovery. Perform the instructions displayed by the wizard. The instructions are different depending on the protocol selected above. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 17 Import Printing Systems To add printing system using import printing systems option, perform the following procedure. Operation Guide Select Advanced. Click Next. Select Import printing systems. Click Next. Select one data file to import network address. The data file that can be imported is the CSV file exported by Network Print Monitor.
  • Page 18: Adding The Printing Systems Using History Mode

    Click Next. The printing systems that were previously searched are displayed. Select the desired printing system up to five. To select multiple printing systems, press and hold Ctrl key and click on the desired printing system name. Click Finish. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 19: Properties

    5. Properties 5.1. Accessing the Properties Dialog Box When you click the Properties properties dialog box as shown below appears. For details of the property items, refer to Help. Notes • The contents of the printing system property will be different depending on the printing •...
  • Page 20: Status Tab

    Properties 5.2. Status Tab Displays the current condition of the printing system. If an error occurs, Trouble tips appears instead of General information like below. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 21: Input Tab

    5.3. Input Tab Displays information about the paper feeder attached with a printing system, such as the media size, the paper capacity and the maximum paper capacity. Depending on the printing system, the detailed setting of each media type can be configured in this tab.
  • Page 22: Media Tab

    Sets the custom size for the paper. Sets the custom size for the original document. Establishes the vertical and horizontal offsets of the print area for each feeder and the scan area for either the platen or the document processor. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 23: Printer Tab

    5.6. Printer Tab Allows you to configure the settings for the printing function. Operation Guide Main Item Sub Item Print quality EcoPrint Resolution Tone Gloss mode Color mode Page control Duplex mode Copies Page orientation Emulation Default emulation Properties Description...
  • Page 24: Copy Tab

    Feed APS media type Description When Enable is checked and a paper type is selected from the Paper Type dropdown list, the feeding destination is automatically selected from the specified paper type and the document is printed. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 25: Scan Tab

    5.8. Scan Tab Allows you to check and configure the settings for the scanning function. Operation Guide Main Item Sub Item Basic Original size Zoom Exposure Scan color Original quality Scan resolution File format Advanced Copy exposure Original orientation Properties Description Displays the size of the original document.
  • Page 26: Fax Basic Tab

    Sets whether to attach the record of the sender of the fax or Internet fax. Sets where to print the record of the sender of the fax or Internet fax. Specify the number of redials for FAX transmission from 0 to 14. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 27 Operation Guide Main Item Sub Item Reception FAX receive settings-1 DRD pattern Receive date/time 2 in 1 print Remote switching dial number Number of rings Encrypted reception Reception Paper source settings settings-2 Paper output settings Properties Description Select the FAX reception mode. Auto (Normal) Auto (FAX/TEL) Auto (TAD)
  • Page 28 Displays the list of encryption keys currently registered. Adds a new encryption key. Deletes the encryption key selected in the list. Displays the details of the encryption key selected in the list. It is possible to edit the property. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 29: Fax Advanced Tab

    5.10. FAX Advanced Tab Allows you to configure the advanced settings for FAX function such as transmit/receive restrictions, or report print out settings. Operation Guide Main Item Sub Item Restriction Transmit restriction Receive restriction Properties Description Select the list used for transmit restriction.
  • Page 30 Specifies whether to print or send the fax reception result by E-mail. Error and forward only Select whether to print out the FAX reception result or send it by E-mail. Enter the E-mail address to where the FAX reception result will be sent. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 31: Resources Tab

    5.11. Resources Tab Displays information about all memory sources and data such as Font, Macro, Program and Host information. Operation Guide Main Item Sub Item Memory Memory information Host buffer Raster memory Storage Static storage RAM disk Data Font Macro Program Host data Properties...
  • Page 32: Consumable Tab

    Paper size by Color mode Description Displays the total number of printed pages. Displays the total number of scanned pages. Displays the page counter per function. Displays the page per paper size. Displays the page counter per color. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 33: Management Tab

    Adjusts the form feed timeout time. If the printer receives no data for a certain period, it will time out and release the current interface. It prints whatever data it has in its buffer and feeds out the page.
  • Page 34 Address Book. For details, refer to Address Book on page 32. Confirms the users registered in the printing system. When a dialog appears prompting entry of a login user name and password, enter them and click OK. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 35: Interface Tab

    5.15. Interface Tab Displays the general information for the network interface. Operation Guide Main Item Sub Item General Network interface Novell Novell configuration TCP/IP TCP/IP configuration Serial Serial Protocol Protocol settings Properties Description Displays the information of the network interface such as model name, firmware version, MAC address and serial number.
  • Page 36: Address Book

    Registers a new address. Up to 2000 addresses can be registered. Registers a new group. Up to 500 groups can be registered. Imports addresses from a file. Exports the Address Book to a file. Exits the Address Book window. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 37 Operation Guide Main Item Sub Item Edit Edit Copy Paste Delete View Column Help Help Address Book Description Allows the user to edit the address or group selected in the address list. Copies the address or group selected in the address list. Pastes the copied data to the address list.
  • Page 38: Search And Filtering Functions

    Internet FAX addresses. When a filtering criteria is selected, address data that matches the criteria will be displayed in the address list. None Clears the filtering by address type. Contacts Displays contact address data. Groups Displays group address data. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 39: Edit Address Dialog Box

    6.3. Edit Address Dialog Box In the Edit Address dialog box, you can configure or edit addresses in detail. Name Tab Operation Guide Item Description Name Enter the name. The maximum length of the Name is 32 characters. Address The address is displayed in the following format. E-Mail E-mail: E-mail Address FTP: Path(Host Name)
  • Page 40: Cover Page Tab

    The maximum length of the destination name is 32 characters. Company Enter the name of the company. The maximum length of the company name is 32 characters. Department Enter the name of the department. The maximum length of the department name is 32 characters. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 41 E-Mail Tab FTP Tab Operation Guide Item Description E-Mail Address Enter the e-mail address. The maximum length of the e-mail address is 126 characters. Item Description Host Name Enter the host name of the FTP server. When the port number is different from the value set on the system (the default is 21), you can specify the port number using ":"...
  • Page 42 Login user name Enter the login user name. The maximum length of the login user name is 62 characters. Login password Enter the login password. The maximum length of the login password is 62 characters. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 43: Fax Tab

    FAX Tab Operation Guide Item Description FAX No. Enter the FAX number. The maximum length is 32 characters. TX Start Speed Select the transmission speed from "33600bps," "14400bps" and "9600bps." Select ON or OFF for ECM. Sub Address Enter the subaddress. The maximum length of the subaddress is 20 characters.
  • Page 44: Internet Fax Tab

    200 x 200, 200 x 400, 400 x 400, and 600 x 600. Note that 200 x 100 and 200 x 200 are selected as default values. Paper size Select the paper size from A4/LTR, B4, and A3/11 x 17. Note that A4/LTR is selected as a default value. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 45: Edit Group Dialog Box

    6.4. Edit Group Dialog Box In the Edit Group dialog box, you can create a group, or add or delete a member. The maximum number of members that can be registered in a group is: Operation Guide • E-mail address: 100 •...
  • Page 46: Adding Members

    Click OK. From the address list, select the member to be registered. Click Add Member. Click OK. From the address list, select the member to be edited. Click Properties. Edit the information about the member. Click OK. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 47 Deleting a member Operation Guide From the address list, select the member to be deleted. Click Delete. Click OK. Address Book...
  • Page 48: Job Manager

    The Job Viewer may be displayed instead for particular printing systems. For details about Job Viewer, refer to Job Viewer on page 46. 7.2. Using the Job Manager Operate Job Manager according to the following procedure. Click the Job Manager in the main screen. The Job Manager screen appears. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 49 Operation Guide Select the job to be operated. In this screen, users can obtain job information and manage jobs. Click the Refresh icon to update information about the selected job. Click the Delete icon to delete the selected job. Click the Print icon to start the print job wizard. Follow the wizardÅfs instructions to print the selected job.
  • Page 50: Job Viewer

    8.2. Using the Job Viewer The following procedure describes how to use the Job Viewer. When you click the Job Viewer appears. Pressing F7 on the keyboard also displays the Job Viewer screen. on the main screen, the Job Viewer screen KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 51 Operation Guide In this screen, you can view job information and administer jobs by selecting a job and selecting an action you want to apply from a menu or with an icon. Main Item Sub Item File Save history Clear Log Close Detail Cancel...
  • Page 52: Broadcast

    • Broadcast does not work with printing systems on an IPX network. • The FRPO parameter menu is not available depending on the printing system. 9.1. Broadcast Perform the following procedure to use the broadcast function. Click Broadcast to open the broadcast dialog box. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 53: Frpo Parameter Setting

    9.2. FRPO Parameter Setting Perform the following procedure to change the FRPO parameter. Operation Guide The Broadcast dialog box appears. Browse the command file or enter the command in the Broadcast text box. The maximum length of command is 256 characters. Click Send to send the command to the printing system.
  • Page 54: Document Box

    10.1. Document Box Window Clicking the Document Box window. In the Document Box window, the user can preview documents in the printing system's hard disk drive and download them to a computer. on the main screen displays the Document Box KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 55 Operation Guide Main Item Sub Item File Detail Close Edit Move Delete Download Document Box Description Displays a dialog box where the user can create a new document box. Displays the property of the selected document box. Closes the Document Box window. Displays a dialog box where the user can move the selected document to another document box.
  • Page 56 Zoom In Enlarges the preview image in steps. Zoom Out Reduces the preview image in steps. Rotate clockwise Rotates the preview image 90 degrees clockwise. Rotate counterclockwise Rotates the preview image 90 degrees counterclockwise. Displays the Help window. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 57: Creating Or Deleting A Document Box

    10.2. Creating or Deleting a Document Box The following three types of document boxes exist.. Creating a Document Box Deleting a Document Box Operation Guide Item Description Custom box Stores scanned data. FAX box Stores received FAX documents in electronic form. Polling box Stores data to be received by other FAX machines.
  • Page 58: Editing A Document Box

    Displays the current usage rate in a percentage. Usage restriction Set the capacity limit between 1 and 30000 MB. Auto file deletion Set the number of days between 1 and 31 after which the contents are automatically deleted. KM-NET for Clients...
  • Page 59: Security Tab

    Documents are deleted after they are polled from other FAX machines. Item Description Permission Select "Shared" for printer sharing, or "Private" for personal use.This item can be set when authentication is enabled on this machine. Password change Specify a password to protect the document box. The password can be up to 16 characters long.
  • Page 60: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting 11.Troubleshooting If trouble occurs with using KM-NET for Clients, carry out the applicable remedy indicated below. If the trouble persists, contact your service representative or authorized service center. Symptom Cause The utility does not start. Your computer does not meet the system requirements.
  • Page 61 Operation Guide Symptom Cause Status remains not The printing system has been connected. turned off. The printing system has been removed from the network. The printing system has lost the connection to the network. An error condition exists on the printing system. The network address of the printing system has been changed.
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