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DocuColor Color Server
for the Xerox 5750
digital copier printer
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Printed in the United States of America on recycled paper. CE Mark The CE marking applied to this product symbolises Rank Xerox’s declaration of conformity with the following applicable directives of the European Union as of the dates indicated. January 1, 1996—Council Directive 70/80/CCO amended by Council Directive 93/68/EEO. Approximation of the laws of the member states related to low voltage equipment. January 1, 1996—Council Directive 59/336/EEC. Approximation of the laws
Compliance with applicable regulations depends on the use of shielded cables. It is the user who is responsible for procuring the appropriate cables. Einhaltung mit betreffenden Bestimmungen kommt darauf an, dass geschirmte Ausfuhrungen gebraucht werden. Fuer die beschaffung richtiger Ausfuhrungen ist der Betreiber verantwortlich. Software License Agreement Electronics for Imaging, Inc. grants to you a non-exclusive, non-transferable license to use the software and accompanying d
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Contents Introduction About the media pack ix About the documentation ix System requirements for Macintosh users x System requirements for Windows users x Networking requirements xi System requirements for UNIX users xi User software xii Setting up printing from a Macintosh computer Verifying the network 1 Installing the printer driver 1 Setting up the DocuColor in the Chooser 2 Installing user software on a Windows computer Installation overview 3 Installing Windo
viii Table of Contents WebTools Setting up the WebTools 51 Using the WebTools Installer 52 Troubleshooting On a Macintosh computer 55 On a Windows computer 55 Index
ix About the media pack This manual describes how to install the user software for the DocuColor Color Introduction ™ Server and set up printing from Macintosh and Windows computers. For information on setting up network servers and clients to use the DocuColor, see the Administrator Guide. For general information on using the color copier, your computer, your application software, or your network, see the manuals that accompany those products. About the media pack Your Doc
x Introduction System requirements for Macintosh users For installation of user software, you need a CD-ROM drive. This can be either an internal CD-ROM drive in your computer or an external drive with the appropriate cable and software to run on your computer. To use the DocuColor with a Macintosh computer, you need: • Any Macintosh computer in the Macintosh II, Quadra, Centris, Performa, or Power ® Macintosh families that has at least 4MB of RAM and EtherTalk Phase 2 insta
xi System requirements for UNIX users • To print from computers running Windows NT 3.51 or 4.0, you can use the PostScript driver delivered with the operating system, and the DocuColor PPD ﬁle provided with the User Software. Networking requirements For network use with Windows 3.1x, you need: • SPX/IPX protocol (Novell), Ethernet, or Token Ring For network use with Windows 95, you need: • TCP/IP networking protocol or SPX/IPX networking protocol (Novell) For network use with Windows
xii Introduction User software The User Software CD includes: ™ Downloader Enables you to print PostScript and Encapsulated PostScript ﬁles directly to the DocuColor without using the application in which they were created. The Downloader also enables you to manage the printer fonts installed on the DocuColor. ™ Spooler Enables you to view the order and priority of print jobs, customize printer settings for jobs, delete jobs, and move jobs between queues. You can also use it to view
1 Verifying the network ‘The general steps for setting up printing from a Macintosh computer are: Setting up printing from a • Verify the network is conﬁgured for IPX printing. Macintosh • Install the Adobe PostScript Printer Driver (version 8.5.1 supports PostScript 3). computer • Set up the DocuColor in the Chooser. Verifying the network Verify that your system administrator has set up the network for IPX printing as described in the Administrator Guide. Printing fr
2 Setting up printing from a Macintosh computer If you operate the DocuColor in a copy shop, quick print shop, or service bureau, you might want to provide copies of the printer driver, printer description ﬁles, and relevant documentation to customers. This ensures that jobs they create and print to ﬁles are properly formatted for printing to the DocuColor. Setting up the DocuColor in the Chooser After you install the printer driver and printer description ﬁles, you n
3 Installation overview This chapter describes installing utilities for computers running Windows 95 and Installing user Windows NT 4.0, and setting up printing for Windows 3.1x, Windows 95, software on a Windows NT 3.51, and Windows NT 4.0. Windows computer Installation overview NOTE: You may have to install or conﬁgure other programs or ﬁles before you can install the user software. The general steps for installing the DocuColor user software are: • Install the utilities (Downlo
4 Installing user software on a Windows computer Installing Windows utilities The Software Installer installs Downloader and Spooler. TO INSTALL UTILITIES: 1. Insert the User Software CD in your computer. 2. In the NT File Manager, double-click the icon for the CD-ROM to display its contents. If you have Windows 95, open the My Computer window and double-click the icon for the CD drive. 3. Double-click to open the following folders: ENGLISH\INSTALLR\DISK1. 4. Double-click the SETU
5 Installing Windows utilities 6. In the Software dialog box, select Utilities and click Next. 7. Specify the name of the Program Folder in which to install the utilities, or click Next to use the default name.
6 Installing user software on a Windows computer 8. Specify the network type. Select IPX/SPX if you are using Windows 95; select TCP/IP if you are using Windows NT. NOTE: The network protocol you choose here will become the default when you conﬁgure the utilities. If you choose TCP/IP (the default) and your network protocol is IPX/SPX, you need to do two things after the installation: delete the NET_WSCK.DLL ﬁle from the System folder in your active Windows folder, and re-install the
7 Installing Windows utilities 10. If you are prompted, browse to the location of the NET_WSCK.INI ﬁle that has been customized for your site. If you do not have a customized NET_WSCK.INI ﬁle, you can use the default ﬁle. If you use the default ﬁle, make sure that you conﬁgure the Chooser list before you try to use the utilities. See “Conﬁguring the Chooser list for Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0” on page 7 for instructions. 11. Click OK when you are informed that
8 Installing user software on a Windows computer • If you are using TCP/IP, set up a Domain Name Server (DNS) for the IP address of the DocuColor in the printcap ﬁle. If your network does not support DNS servers, edit the HOSTS ﬁle in your WINDOWS directory and insert an IP address for the DocuColor. (See your system documentation for information.) Then go to page 11, “To conﬁgure the Chooser list for TCP/IP networks:” for TCP/IP instructions. TO CONFIGURE THE CHOOSER LIST
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