Canon 08011-41-UD2-003 user manual

User manual for the device Canon 08011-41-UD2-003

Device: Canon 08011-41-UD2-003
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Date of adding : 2013-08-10 12:45:04
Number of pages: 176
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Canon












Authorized Send


Installation and Configuration
Guide


for imageRUNNER Machines


Version 4.1











08011-41-UD2-003

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Contents Preface ........................................................................................................7 How to Use This Manual............................................................................................... 7 Symbols Used in This Manual ................................................................................... 7 Keys and Buttons Used in This Manual ..................................................................... 8 Displays Used in This Manua

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3.15 Configuring Scan Settings ............................................................................. 108 3.16 Configuring Optional Settings ........................................................................ 113 3.17 Configuring Log Settings................................................................................ 117 3.18 Changing the Login ID and Password............................................................ 122 3.19 Using the Brand Configuration Tool (Optional)

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6.5.2 SCAN TO FAX Input Request Messages.................................................... 173 6.5.3 SCAN TO FAX Notification Messages ........................................................ 174 6.5.4 SCAN TO FAX Error Messages .................................................................. 174 6.6 SCAN TO FOLDER Screen Notification Messages ....................................... 175 6.6.1 SCAN TO FOLDER Warning Message....................................................... 175 6.6

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Preface Thank you for purchasing the Authorized Send software application. Please read this manual thoroughly before operating the product on your MEAP-enabled machine to familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its many functions. After reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference. How to Use This Manual This manual assumes that the reader has a good understanding of MEAP (Multifunctional Embedded Application Platform). This manual

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Keys and Buttons Used in This Manual Keys for using the machine’s main functions are located on the top of the touch panel display. To use any of the desired function’s features, you must first press the key or application tab for the desired function. Press [ ] (arrow key) to access installed MEAP applications. On the MEAP Application screen, there may be several application tabs that you can select. Select only the proper tab for the application that you want to use. The def

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The following key and button names are a few examples of how keys and buttons to be pressed and clicked are represented in this manual: Touch Panel Display Keys: [Key Name] Examples: [Scan] [Cancel] Control Panel Keys: Key Icon (Key Name) Examples: (Start) (Stop) Buttons on Computer Operations Screens: [Key Name] Examples: [Install] [OK] Displays Used in This Manual Most screen shots used in this manual are those taken when Authorized Send is being installed using M

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Abbreviations and Terms Used in This Manual The following abbreviations are used in this manual. Abbreviation Definition AD Active Directory Automatic Document Feeder ADF DFS Distributed File System DN Distinguished Name FQDN Fully Qualified Domain Name HID Human Interface Device HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol HTTPS Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure Internet Protocol IP KDC Key Distribution Center LAN Local Area Network LDAP Lightweight Directory Access Protocol LMS Lic

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Legal Notices Trademarks Canon, the Canon logo, imageRUNNER, Color imageRUNNER, imagePRESS, and MEAP are registered trademarks, and the MEAP logo is a trademark, of Canon Inc. in the United States and may also be trademarks or registered trademarks in other countries. Windows and .NET Framework are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in other countries. Java and all Java-based t

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Chapter 1 Overview Authorized Send is a customized MEAP application. It should be installed and operated on a Canon MEAP-enabled device, and provides authenticated scan to e-mail, scan to fax, and scan to folder functionalities. Authorized Send does not require the user to be authenticated to use the native functions of the machine, such as Copy, Print, and Scan, and does not interfere with any of these functions. MEAP (Multifunctional Embedded Application Platform) is a software pla

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• Authenticate to a separate domain when scanning to a folder. • Provide the ability to use NTLM Authentication for Scan to Folder, regardless of the authentication method used. • Provide the ability to dynamically locate the closet available domain controller within the domain, and cache that domain controller until it becomes no longer available. • Provide the ability to populate the User Name text box from a login application. • Authenticate to a separate SMTP server. • Job Build fea

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1.1 System Requirements Authorized Send requires the proper installation and configuration of all items documented in this guide. Failure to correctly install or configure the application will affect its operation. If Authorized Send is not working properly, the problem can likely be traced to an installation or configuration issue. Please consult the appropriate chapters (including Chapter 5, “Troubleshooting,” on p. 149) before contacting Canon U.S.A.’s e-Support. 1.1.1 Hardware

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IMPORTANT • MEAP and Use HTTP settings (from the Additional Functions screen) on the MEAP device must be enabled. (See the Reference Guide or the appropriate e-manual that came with your machine.) • Access to System Manager Settings (from the Additional Functions screen) on the MEAP device is necessary. • There must be network connectivity between the MEAP device, Active Directory servers, an e-mail server, and shared file servers. • Inbox 99 on the MEAP device must be available for

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1.1.3 Software Requirements Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, with JavaScript enabled, must be installed and configured prior to installing the Authorized Send application. KDC is necessary for running Kerberos authentication. 1.1.4 Home Directory Requirements If the System Administrator wants to configure the Retrieve Home Directory (Active Directory only) feature, the following three types of configurations are supported. ■ Local Share This configuration illustrat

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■ Local Path This configuration illustrates when the home directory exists on the authentication server as a local folder. Home Directory as a Local Path When the home directory exists on the authentication server as a local folder, it is impossible for Authorized Send to use the text as it is. Therefore, some text manipulation is required. In this case, Authorized Send removes the leading drive letter (in this case, “C:”), and then the rest of the text is treated as a local sha

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1.1.5 Distributed File System Requirements Authorized Send supports the following two DFS (Distributed File System) roots. ■ Stand-alone DFS root ■ Domain-based DFS root Successful domain-based DFS root support for Authorized Send requires that certain configuration settings be implemented and understood. 1. End users can only access the domain-based DFS roots that belong to the domain against which they were authenticated. 2. The authentication server created with Authoriz

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1.1.6 Communication Interfaces The table below shows the different communication interfaces, their specific port numbers, and descriptions used with Authorized Send. Communication Interface Port Description Determined by AD NTLM Used for authentication. server Kerberos UDP/TCP Port 88 Used for authentication. Used to retrieve e-mail LDAP TCP Port 389 addresses. TCP Port 139 and Used for the Scan to Folder SMB TCP Port 445 function. Used for the Scan to E-Mail SMTP TCP Port 2


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