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(For User Authentication)
Model No. UF-7000/7100/8000/8100
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Setting Machine General Description
Administrator Login Using Machine (for User)
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Table of Contents General Description .......................................... 4 User Authentication.................................................................................... 4 Job Tracking............................................................................................... 5 RightFax Server ......................................................................................... 6 Using Machine (for User) .................................. 8 Login Procedure (Using Copy/Fax
General Description User Authentication The User Authentication works for the devices under the management of the Windows Server. As a result, users must be authenticated before they can use the functions of the machine (copying, faxing, scanning, and printing). The supported authentication protocol is NTLM v2. Windows Server - Windows 2000 Server - Windows Server 2003 or - Windows NT Server 4.0 + Exchange Server 5.5 or later User name/password Authentication LAN Panasonic Device Users User
Job Tracking When using User Authentication, it is also possible to use the Job Tracking function as well. The Job Tracking function allows the system administrator to receive a machine usage log and send/receive log via Email. The Email to the administrator includes the name of the machine user, destination, and communication time, together with the image of the document that was sent or received. Windows System Server Administrator Usage log and Login data send/receive log LAN PSTN Panason
General Description RightFax Server By enabling Right Fax Server function, all the faxes will be sent via the Right Fax Server. All the fax logs can be easily be managed by a single server. When using with the User Authentication function, it will increase the security by controlling the usage and identifying the users. Windows Server Mail Server RightFax Server PSTN Send image data via PSTN POP receive content of fax LAN Authenticate Send image data with the Fax Number Check fax logs When us
General Description Memo 6 7 General Description
Using Machine (for User) Login Procedure (Using Copy/Fax/Scanner/Printer) Users must enter login name and the password before using the devices which User Authentication function is enabled. Authentication is performed using the user's Windows account. ENTER LOGIN NAME A login prompt appears if user authentication is enabled. Note: User authentication can be set independently for each functions (copying, MMM-DD-YYYY 16:30 faxing, scanning, and printing). 00% If user authentica
Using Machine (for User) MMM-DD-YYYY 16:30 This completes authentication. 00% After completing authentication, you can use the selected functions (copying, faxing, scanning, or printing). Note: One of the following messages appears if authentication fails. Message Explanation LOGIN FAILED The login failed. Check your user name and password. Check whether the Date and Time is set properly. LOGON ATTEMPTS EXCEEDED The system has been locked because the permitted number of login
Using Machine (for User) Sending a Document via RightFax When the RightFax server is used to send a fax, the following details are entered in the recipient (TO) field and sender (FROM) field. Field Content Recipient Station Name registered for One-Touch or ABBR. dialing. If manual number dialing is used, you can enter the user name from the control panel. Sender
Using Machine (for User) Memo 10 11 Using Machine (for User)
Setting Machine Access Code Setting Before you can setup the User Authentication, Job Tracking, or RightFax Server function, you first need to set the machine's access code. Note: To clear the access code, change the setting of the User Authentication (Fax Parameter No. 126, USER AUTH) and RightFax Server (Fax Parameter No. 132, VIA FAX SERVER) parameters to Invalid first. FAX PARAMETER(1-182) FUNCTION SET Press . NO.= 38 ACCESS CODE SET Press . 38 ACCESS CODE En
Authentication Setting The system administrator can enable/disable the user authentication for each function (copying, faxing, scanning, and printing). ENTER ACCESS CODE FUNCTION SET Press . ENTER ACCESS CODE SET Enter the access code (4-digit) set for the machine, and press . **** FAX PARAMETER(1-182) SET Press , and then press . NO.= 126 USER AUTH Select the function where authentication is required. 1:COPY : Selects the copy function. SET : S
Setting Machine Specify the TIME ZONE, the system administrator name, and password. TIME ZONE USE OR TO SCROLL Press or to select the time zone. TIME ZONE GMT-5 Eastern US&CN SET Press . ADMINISTRATOR NAME ENTER NAME SET Enter the administrator name you wish to use, and press . ADMIN. PASSWORD ENTER PASSWORD SET Enter the administrator password, and press . Note: The administrator name and password set here is required in subsequent setup operations (see page 24). Please keep it in a safe p
Setting Machine The next function appears (Return to step 4). SET SET To continue setting, press , select (INVALID) or (VALID) for each function, and press . 126 USER AUTH 2:FAX SET Press . 126 USER AUTH 1:INVALID SET Select (INVALID) or (VALID), and press . 126 USER AUTH 3:PRINTER SET Press . 126 USER AUTH 1:INVALID SET Select (INVALID) or (VALID), and press . 126 USER AUTH 4:SCANNER SET Press . 126 USER AUTH 1:INVALID SET Select (INVALID) or (VALID), and press . 127 ID TIMEOUT 1
Setting Machine Registration of Domain Name This sets the NT domain names and DNS suffix to use for user authentication. ENTER ACCESS CODE FUNCTION SET Press . ENTER ACCESS CODE SET Enter the access code (4-digit) set for the machine, and press . **** DATE & TIME Press , and select "AUTH DOMAIN". 09-01-2005 12:00 AUTH DOMAIN SET Press . PRESS SET TO SELECT ENTER DOMAIN NAME A prompt appears for you to set the NT domain names. 01 You can set up to 10 domain
ID Timeout Setting If the ID Timeout Setting is set to "AUTO RESET TIME", authentication is cancelled if no operation is performed on the machine for a specified time period after performing authentication. The ID timeout period is set by the "AUTO RESET TIME Setting" on page 18. Note: When the User Authentication function is enabled, you must login to the machine to change settings. See the following sections for details about how to login. See "Administrator Login" on page 24 for Logging in
Setting Machine Auto Reset Time Setting This sets the ID timeout period when "AUTO RESET TIME" is selected for the ID Timeout Setting. Note: When the User Authentication function is enabled, you must login to the machine to change settings. See the following sections for details about how to login. See "Administrator Login" on page 24 for Logging in as the system administrator. See "Login Procedure" on page 8 for Logging in as a user. ENTER ACCESS CODE FUNCTION SET Login to the machine, and pre
Lockout Setting The system is locked if the permitted number of logon attempts is exceeded during the user authentication. This sets the number of permitted number of logon attempts and the lockout time (minutes). Note: When the User Authentication function is enabled, you must login to the machine before you can change settings. See the following sections for details about how to login. See "Administrator Login" on page 24 for Logging in as the system administrator. See "Login Procedure" on p
Setting Machine Authentication Method Setting This specifies which authentication method is to be used by the User Authentication function. Note: When the User Authentication function is enabled, you must login to the machine before you can change settings. See the following sections for details about how to login. See "Administrator Login" on page 24 for Logging in as the system administrator. See "Login Procedure" on page 8 for Logging in as a user. ENTER ACCESS CODE FUNCTION SET Login to the
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