4 attaching authentication information, Printing when authentication is set – Konica Minolta bizhub 4050 User Manual
Tap [Documents to Print].
Select the desired user, then tap [Open].
Select a job to print, then tap [Print].
% To delete a job, tap [Delete].
If necessary, change the number of copies, then tap [OK].
Attaching authentication information
Printing when authentication is set
When printing a document in an environment where user authentication or account track is employed, you
need to send the authentication information (user name and password) to this machine to execute printing.
This requirement limits the users who can use this machine, preventing unauthorized use by a third party.
When this machine receives a print job from a user who is not permitted to print, or a print job that does not
contain authentication information, this machine automatically discards the job.
A print job that does not contain authentication information is a print job that is sent without correctly
configuring the User Authentication/Account Track setting using the printer driver even though the User
Authentication/Account Track setting is configured on this machine.
The status in which the User Authentication/Account Track setting is not configured correctly means
that the [Auto] check box of [Acquire Settings...] is cleared and [User Authentication]/[Account Track]
of [Device Option] is set to [None] in the [Configure] tab of the [Properties] windows of the printer driver.
In this status, if you select [Print] in [Job Retention] of the [Basic] tab at the time of printing to execute
a print job, it is handled as a print job that does not contain authentication information.
If [ID & Print] is set to [Enable] on [Security] - [ID & Print Settings] of Web Connection, an ordinary print
job is handled as an ID & Print job (default: [Disable]). For details on the ID & Print function, refer to
When printing a highly confidential document in an environment where user authentication or account track
is employed, using the ID & Print function enables high security printing. For details, refer to page 2-45.