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Scan Features

Minimum Requirements Guide

WorkCentre M123/M128

WorkCentre Pro 123/128

701P42081

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    Scan Features Minimum Requirements Guide WorkCentre M123/M128 WorkCentre Pro 123/128 701P42081
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    © 2004. All rights reserved. Copyright protection claimed includes all forms and matters of copyrighted material and information now allowedby statutory or judicial law or hereinafter granted, including without limitations, material generated from the software
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    Page 3 of 28 701P42081 WorkCentre Pro 123/128 Minimum Requirements To enable Scanning Features 6/28/04 Version 1.1 701P42081
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    Page 4 of 28 701P42081 Table of Contents GENERAL NETWORK SETUP ................................................................................................................................................................. 5 ADVANCED NETWORK SETUP ..............................................................................................................................................................
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    Page 5 of 28 701P42081 Purpose This document is intended to help the support centers and analysts in enabling Networking and Scanning features for use on a M123/M128 device. This document is not a substitute for the system administrator’s guide or the user
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    Page 6 of 28 701P42081 General Network Setup Field Name Description Location Value Settings Æ Protocols Settings Subnet Mask The Subnet mask address of the device. The Subnet Mask identifies which part of the IP Address contains the Subnet Address and which
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    Page 7 of 28 701P42081 Advanced Network Setup Field Name Description Location Value M123/M128) to ask the DNS server to look up the IP address for hosts specified by name. information is populated automatically. DNS Address 1-3 These three fields allow the
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    Page 8 of 28 701P42081 R R e e m m o o t t e e A A u u t t h h e e n n t t i i c c a a t t i i o o n n S S e e t t u u p p The M123/M128 device performs user authentication using Kerberos for windows and Kerberos for Solaris. When enabled, user access to
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    Page 9 of 28 701P42081 Network Scanning: • The user selects <Network Scanning> • A login/password popup will be displayed to authenticate users with the Kerberos server. • User enters the login and password. • The login and password is passed on to
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    Page 10 of 28 701P42081 Remote Authentication Setup Field Name Description Location Value Remote Server Port number This is the Port Number used. Default is 88. Remote Server Realm Name Fully qualified domain which Kerberos server supports Ex: Kerberos.<company>.com
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    Page 11 of 28 701P42081 LDAP Setup Field Name Description Location Value Directory Server (LDAP) Enable LDAP Primary Server The Primary IP address of the LDAP server or server Name. If server name is used, ensure that DNS information is properly populated
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    Page 12 of 28 701P42081 LDAP Setup Field Name Description Location Value Search Root entry DN (Distinguished Name The format of the naming context will vary depending on the LDAP Server being used. A DN identifies an entry in an LDAP directory. Because directories
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    Page 13 of 28 701P42081 LDAP Setup Field Name Description Location Value Scope of Search Search scope determines how far down the directory tree to search. There are three values that can be set for scope: base, which; onelevel, which, and subtree which
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    Page 14 of 28 701P42081 LDAP Setup Field Name Description Location Value Attribute type of Recipient name Directory searches are often done by searching for a partial name in the common name (cn) attribute. Ex: searching for "Flint" within the cn
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    Page 15 of 28 701P42081 LDAP Setup Field Name Description Location Value Attribute type of Custom Item 3 These fields can be customized. The type holds the value of the field Ex: department Attribute Name of Custom Item 3 These fields can be customized.
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    Page 16 of 28 701P42081 Scan to Email/iFax/Receive Email/Mail Notification Setup Field Name Description Location Scan To Email iFax Receive Email Mail Notification Value Enable “Send Email Port” Without enabling this port, Scan to email option will not be
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    Page 17 of 28 701P42081 Scan to Email/iFax/Receive Email/Mail Notification Setup Field Name Description Location Scan To Email iFax Receive Email Mail Notification Value protocol for accessing a Web Service Administrator Email Address Address used to receive
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    Page 18 of 28 701P42081 Scan to Email/iFax/Receive Email/Mail Notification Setup Field Name Description Location Scan To Email iFax Receive Email Mail Notification Value Name (it is better to use the fully qualified domain name) LUI: System Settings Æ System
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    Page 19 of 28 701P42081 Scan to Email/iFax/Receive Email/Mail Notification Setup Field Name Description Location Scan To Email iFax Receive Email Mail Notification Value domain name) Settings Æ Network Settings Æ POP3 Settings POP3 User Name and Password
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    Page 20 of 28 701P42081 Scan to Email/iFax/Receive Email/Mail Notification Setup Field Name Description Location Scan To Email iFax Receive Email Mail Notification Value LDAP Remote Address Book directory server supports Windows 2000 Active Directory, Exchange
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    Page 21 of 28 701P42081 S S c c a a n n t t o o F F T T P P / / S S M M B B S S e e t t u u p p Files can be scanned on the M123/M128 device and routed on to a server or a client using FTP or SMB protocol. Directory structures (repositories) need to be created
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    Page 22 of 28 701P42081 Scan to FTP/SMB Setup Field Name Description Location Scan To FTP Scan To SMB Value System Settings Æ System Settings Æ Network Settings Æ Port Settings Enable “SNMP” Port . Simple Network Management Protocol WUI: Properties Æ Port
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    Page 23 of 28 701P42081 N N e e t t w w o o r r k k S S c c a a n n n n i i n n g g S S e e t t u u p p Files can be scanned on the M123/M128 device and routed on to a server using FTP or SMB protocol. Directory structures (repositories) need to be created
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    Page 24 of 28 701P42081 S S c c a a n n t t o o M M a a i i l l b b o o x x This feature will allow documents to be stored in to a mailbox for future processing. Internet Services and scan driver utility can be used to create, view, and print documents stored
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    Page 25 of 28 701P42081 Scan to Mailbox Field Name Description Location Scan To Mailbox Value Services Mailbox LUI: System Settings Æ Setup Menu Æ Mailbox
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    Page 26 of 28 701P42081 A A p p p p e e n n d d i i x x A A Examples of Configuring the LDAP Fields on different Severs This section provides an example of how different LDAP fields can be configured on different servers. Please note that this section does
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    Page 27 of 28 701P42081 Domino Default Mapping Display Item Default LDAP Mapping Name cn Email Address mail IFax Address Business Phone telephonenumber Business Address postaladdress Office officestreetaddress City l State st zip code postalcode country
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    Page 28 of 28 701P42081 Display Item Default LDAP Mapping Email Address mail IFax Address Business Phone telephoneNumber Business Address postalAddress Office physicalDeliveryOfficeName City l State st zip code postalCode country co UID SAMAccountName Netscape