Sharp AR-M201 Specifications

MODEL
AR-NB2 A
NETWORK EXPANSION KIT
OPERATION MANUAL
(for network scanner)
Page
2
• INTRODUCTION
• BEFORE USING THE NETWORK
4
SCANNER FUNCTION
• USING THE NETWORK
17
SCANNER FUNCTION
21
• TROUBLESHOOTING
• SHARPDESK CD-ROM
(for Windows)
• SPECIFICATIONS
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INTRODUCTION
The optional network expansion kit (AR-NB2 A) enables the machine to be used as a network scanner.
● This manual only explains features that can be used when the optional network expansion kit is installed. For
information on loading paper, replacing toner cartridges, clearing paper misfeeds, handling peripheral devices,
and other copier-related information, please refer to your operation manual for the machine.
For information on the printer function that can be used when the network expansion kit is installed, see the online
manual for the network printer that accompanies the network expansion kit.
● The explanations in this manual assume that the person who will install the product and the users of the product
have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows.
● This manual refers to the digital multifunctional system AR-M201 as "the machine".
● For information on the operating system, please refer to your operating system manual or the online Help function.
● The explanations of screens and procedures in this manual are for Windows XP. The screens may vary
depending on your Windows version and settings.
● This manual refers to the Reversing Single Pass Feeder as the "RSPF".
● Where "XX-XXXX" appears in this manual, please substitute the name of your model.
Warranty
While every effort has been made to make this operation manual as accurate and helpful as possible, SHARP
Corporation makes no warranty of any kind with regard to its content. All information included herein is subject to
change without notice. SHARP is not responsible for any loss or damages, direct or indirect, arising from or related
to the use of this operation manual.
Trademark Acknowledgments
• Sharpdesk is a trademark of Sharp Corporation.
• Microsoft®, Windows®, Windows® 98, Windows® Me, Windows® 2000, Windows® XP, Windows Server® 2003,
Windows Vista® and Internet Explorer® are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
U.S.A. and other countries.
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• Adobe, the Adobe logo, Acrobat, the Adobe PDF logo, and Reader are registered trademarks or trademarks of
Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and other countries.
• All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners.
The display screens, messages, and key names shown in the manual may differ from those on the actual machine
due to product improvements and modifications.
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ............................................... 2
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BEFORE USING THE NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION
SHARPDESK CD-ROM (for Windows)
ABOUT THE NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION.... 4
SOFTWARE PROGRAMS...............................25
SETTINGS AND PROGRAMMING REQUIRED
FOR THE NETWORK SCANNER FEATURE .. 5
● SHARPDESK (Desktop Document
Management Software)................................. 25
● NETWORK SCANNER TOOL ...................... 25
● SHARP TWAIN AR/DM................................. 25
● HOW TO ACCESS THE WEB PAGE AND
VIEW HELP .....................................................5
ABOUT THE WEB PAGE (FOR USERS)......... 6
● STORING SCANNING SETTINGS..................7
● STORING DESTINATIONS .............................8
USER'S GUIDES FOR SOFTWARE
PROGRAMS ....................................................26
INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE PROGRAM ..27
● INSTALLING SHARPDESK AND NETWORK
SCANNER TOOL.......................................... 27
● INSTALLING SHARP TWAIN AR/DM........... 28
ABOUT THE WEB PAGE (FOR THE
ADMINISTRATOR) ......................................... 13
● BASIC SETTINGS FOR NETWORK
SCANNING ....................................................14
● VARIOUS SERVER SETTINGS ....................15
● PROTECTING INFORMATION
PROGRAMMED IN THE WEB PAGE
([Passwords]) .................................................16
2
UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE PROGRAM..28
● UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE PROGRAM
FROM THE CONTROL PANEL .................... 28
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USING THE NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION
BASIC TRANSMISSION PROCEDURE......... 17
● TRANSMISSION METHODS FOR SCAN TO
E-MAIL ...........................................................18
● IMAGE ORIENTATION AND STANDARD
ORIGINAL LOADING ORIENTATION ...........20
● HOW TO ENTER CHARACTERS .................20
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................... 21
● DISPLAY MESSAGES...................................22
● IF YOUR E-MAIL IS RETURNED ..................22
● IMPORTANT POINTS WHEN USING SCAN TO
E-MAIL ...........................................................23
CHECKING THE IP ADDRESS ...................... 24
● HOW TO RESET THE NETWORK
EXPANSION KIT ...........................................24
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SPECIFICATIONS
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BEFORE USING THE NETWORK
SCANNER FUNCTION
ABOUT THE NETWORK SCANNER
FUNCTION
When the network expansion kit is installed in the machine, a document or photo can be scanned into an image file
and sent over a network or the Internet to a file server, e-mail destination, or your own computer.
You can select from the following transmission methods as the destination where you wish to send the scanned
image, depending on where you wish to send the scanned image data.
1. The scanned image can be sent to a memory
storage device on a network (a designated
directory on an FTP server). (This is called
"Scan to FTP" in this manual.)
When sending a scanned image to an FTP
server, an e-mail message can also be sent to a
preset e-mail address to inform the recipient of
the location of the scanned image data. (This is
called "Scan to FTP (Hyperlink)" in this
manual.)
2. A scanned image can be sent to a computer
connected to the same network as the
machine. (This is called "Scan to Desktop" in
this manual.)
* Before Scan to Desktop can be performed, the
software in the CD-ROM that accompanies the
network expansion kit (AR-NB2 A) must be
installed. For the procedure for installing the
software, see the "SHARPDESK CD-ROM (for
Windows)" (p.25).
3. The scanned image can be sent to an e-mail
recipient. (This is called "Scan to E-mail" in
this manual.)
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SETTINGS AND PROGRAMMING
REQUIRED FOR THE NETWORK
SCANNER FEATURE
To use the Network Scanner feature, settings for the SMTP server, DNS server, and destination addresses must be
configured.
To configure the settings, use a computer that is connected to the same network as the machine to access the
machine's Web server. The Web page can be viewed with your Web browser (Internet Explorer 5.5 or later
(Windows), or Netscape Navigator 6.0 or later).
HOW TO ACCESS THE WEB PAGE AND VIEW HELP
Use the following procedure to access the Web pages. [Help] can be clicked at the bottom of the menu frame to view
information on the various function settings that can be operated remotely over the network from the machine's Web
pages. For the settings of each function, see the explanations in Help.
1
3
Open the Web browser on your
computer.
Supported browsers:
Internet Explorer 5.5 or later (Windows)
Netscape Navigator 6.0 or later
2
Click [Help] under the menu frame.
For an explanation of a
function or setting in the
Web page, click the
corresponding item in the
Help screen.
In the "Address" field of your Web
browser, enter the IP address of the
machine.
To check the IP address,
see "CHECKING THE IP
ADDRESS" (p.24).
4
Close the Web page.
When you have finished
using the Web page, click
the (close) button in
the top right corner of the
page.
When the connection is complete, the Web page will
appear in your Web browser.
☞"ABOUT THE WEB PAGE (FOR USERS)" (p.6)
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ABOUT THE WEB PAGE (FOR USERS)
When you successfully connect to the Web server in the machine, the following page will appear in your browser.
A menu frame appears on the left side of the page. When you click an item in the menu, a screen appears in the
right frame that allows you to establish settings for that item.
For detailed explanations of the procedures for configuring settings, click [Help] in the menu frame.
(1)
(2)
(3)
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(4)
(1) Menu frame
The various settings appear in this frame. Click a
menu item to configure the corresponding setting.
(2) System Information
This shows the model name and current status of
the machine.
• Device Status
This shows information on the machine's paper
trays and output trays, toner and other supplies,
and the total sheet usage count.
Out of paper and other warnings appear in red.
• Device Configuration
Shows what options are installed.
• Network Status
Shows general information as well as the status
of TCP/IP, NetWare, AppleTalk, and NetBEUI.
(3) Scan Management
This is the base screen for storing, editing, and
deleting destination information.
• Destination (p.8)
Store destinations for Scan to FTP, Scan to FTP
(Hyperlink), Scan to Desktop, and Scan to
E-mail. You can also edit or delete previously
stored destination information.
• Network Scanning
This section explains how to edit the scan mode
and custom indexes.
- Scan Mode
Scanning settings appropriate for the use can
be stored.
☞"STORING SCANNING SETTINGS" (p.7)
- Custom Index
This enables to change custom index names.
Click the [Submit] button to store the entered
information as index names.
The custom index consists of six indexes. A
6-character index name can be stored for each
index, allowing destinations to be grouped.
(4) Admin Mode
Click here to open the adminstrator Web page and
enter the administrator user name and password.
☞"PROTECTING INFORMATION PROGRAMMED IN
THE WEB PAGE ([Passwords])" (p.16)
☞"ABOUT THE WEB PAGE (FOR THE
ADMINISTRATOR)" (p.13)
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BEFORE USING THE NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION
STORING SCANNING SETTINGS
Sets of scan settings (color mode, resolution, file type, etc.) can be stored for use in various scanning applications. Each set
of settings is called a "Scan Mode". When storing a destination, you can select one of the stored scanned modes. The
settings of the selected scan mode will be used when you scan an image and send it to that destination (p.8 to 11).
1
Click "Network Scanning" in the menu
frame of the Web page.
2
Click "Add" below the scan list.
3
Select the desired scanning settings.
Refer to the following table for information on
each setting.
1
If you need to change the
settings in a previously
stored scan mode, select
the scan mode and click
"Edit". To delete a scan
mode, select the scan
mode and click "Delete".
4
When you have finished selecting the
settings, click "Submit".
The selected settings are stored.
Scan Mode settings
Item
Description
Default setting
Name
Enter a name for the scan mode (up to 32 characters).
—
Color Mode
Select Full Color, Grayscale, or Mono 2 gradation for the color mode.
Full Color
Resolution
Select the resolution.
75 dpi
Void Area
Select "On" to not scan the 4 mm around the edges of the image and
instead attach a white border.
Off
Light Source
When "Mono 2 gradation" is selected for "Color Mode", select "Red",
"Green", or "Blue" for the light source.
Green
File Type
Select "JPG", "PDF", or "TIFF" for the file type of the scanned image.
TIFF
Compression Mode
Select "None", "MH (G3)", or "MMR (G4)" for the compression mode of
the scanned image.
None
Pages Per File
Select the number of pages per image file.
ALL
If you wish to use this scan mode as the default scan mode when storing
destinations, select the "Default Scan Mode" checkbox.
Default Scan Mode
The "Default Scan Mode" is also used for Scan to E-mail when the e-mail
address is directly entered or selected from an LDAP server.
Note
Not selected
• For normal text originals, a sufficiently legible image is produced when the color mode is set to "Mono 2
gradation" and the resolution is 200 dpi or 300 dpi.
The 600 dpi setting should only be used in cases where high-clarity image reproduction is required, such as a
photograph or an illustration. Note that a high resolution setting will result in a larger file size, and transmission
may not be successful if there is insufficient disk capacity in the server to which the image is sent (or if the
administrator of the server has restricted the file size). If transmission is not successful, you can try such
measures as reducing the number of scanned pages in the file or reducing the scan size setting for the original.
• To open the scanned image without using the software program in the CD-ROM that accompanies the network
expansion kit, the recipient must have a viewer program that can open the image format (file type) that was
selected as explained above.
• The factory default setting for the image format produces the smallest file (File Type: TIFF, Compression Mode:
MMR (G4)). If the recipient cannot open the image, try sending the image in a different format.
• If the number of scanned originals is not divisible by the number set in "Pages Per File", the last file will have less pages.
• The scan settings stored in a scan mode cannot be edited or deleted if the scan mode has been selected for a destination.
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STORING DESTINATIONS
To store scanning destinations, click [Destination] in the Web page menu frame. This screen can also be used to
edit or delete stored destinations. (p.12)
A total of 200 destinations* can be stored, including E-mail, FTP, Desktop, and Group destinations.
* Multiple e-mail addresses can be stored as a group (up to 100). Note that this may reduce the maximum number
of destinations (normally 200) that can be stored.
E-mail:
FTP:
Desktop:
Group (E-mail):
See below
See page 9.
See page 10.
See page 11.
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Storing destinations for Scan to E-mail
1
3
Click [Destination] in the menu frame
of the Web page.
Enter the destination information.
For each setting, see the following table.
2
Click [E-mail].
4
When you have finished entering the
information, click [Submit].
The entries will be stored.
To perform Scan to E-mail, the SMTP server settings must first be established. (p.15))
Note
E-mail destination information
Item
Description
Name (Required)
Enter the name of the destination (up to 36 characters).
Initial (Optional)
Enter initial text for the destination (maximum of 10 characters). When the destination
list is displayed in the destination control screen, the initial text is used to group the
destinations.
Custom Index
Names can be assigned to the custom indexes as desired (p.6)), allowing convenient
grouping of destinations. Select a custom index for the destination to be stored.
E-mail Address
(Required)
Enter the e-mail address of the destination (up to 64 characters). If an LDAP server is
being used, you can click the [Global Address Search] button to search for an
address on the LDAP server.
Scan Mode
Select the name of the scan mode that you wish to use for the destination. The scan
mode must be previously stored (p.7).
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Storing destinations for Scan to FTP
1
3
Click [Destination] in the menu frame
of the Web page.
Enter the destination information.
For the settings, see the following table.
2
Click [FTP].
1
4
When you have completed all the
entries, click [Submit].
The entries will be stored.
• If you select the "Enable Hyperlink to FTP server to be e-mailed" checkbox and select a previously stored recipient (p.8)
from "E-mail Destination", an e-mail will be sent to the recipient informing them of the file format and location of the
scanned image data (Scan to FTP (Hyperlink)). A hyperlink to the file server to which the scanned image data was sent
appears in the e-mail, and the recipient can click the hyperlink to go directly to the location where the image data is stored.
• Use "Scan Mode" to select a set of previously stored scanning settings (see "STORING SCANNING
SETTINGS" (p.7)). The list shows the names of the stored scan modes.
Note
FTP destination information
Item
Description
Name (Required)
Enter the name of the destination (up to 36 characters).
Initial (Optional)
Enter initial text for the destination (maximum of 10 characters). When the destination list is
displayed in the destination control screen, the initial text is used to group the destinations.
Custom Index
Names can be assigned to the custom indexes as desired (p.6), allowing convenient
grouping of destinations. Select a custom index for the destination to be stored.
Hostname or IP Address
(required)*1
Enter the IP address or host name of the FTP server (maximum of 127 characters).
User Name (Optional)
Enter the login user name for the FTP server (maximum of 32 characters).
Password (Optional)
Enter the login password for the FTP server (maximum of 32 characters).
Directory (Optional)
If you wish to specify a destination directory on the FTP server, enter the directory
(maximum of 200 characters).
Enable Hyperlink to FTP
server to be e-mailed
(Checkbox)*2
When you send a scanned file to an FTP server, you can have a transmission
notification automatically sent to the file recipient by e-mail. To have transmission
notifications sent, select the checkbox. The FTP server name will appear in the
transmission notification as a hyperlink.
E-mail Destination
Select the recipient that you wish to notify of the file transmission to the FTP server. To select
a recipient here, the recipient's e-mail address must have been previously stored. (p.8)
Scan Mode
Select the name of the scan mode that you wish to use for the destination. The scan
mode must be previously stored (p.7).
*1 If you entered a host name in "Hostname or IP Address", you will need to enter the DNS server settings. (p.15)
*2 To perform Scan to FTP (Hyperlink), you must also enter the settings for the e-mail server.
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BEFORE USING THE NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION
Storing destinations for Scan to Desktop
The destination for Scan to Desktop is stored by the Sharp Network Scanner Tool Setup Wizard when "Network Scanner
Tool" is installed in your computer. For this reason, there is no need to store the Scan to Desktop destination in the Web
page. (The Network Scanner Tool is on the "Sharpdesk" CD-ROM that accompanies the Network Expansion Kit.)
For information on Scan to Desktop system requirements, installing the Network Scanner Tool, and storing the
destination, see the "SHARPDESK CD-ROM (for Windows)" (p.25).
Normally your computer is stored as the destination by the method indicated above.
The following page for storing Scan to Desktop destination information appears when [Destination] is selected in the
menu frame, followed by [Desktop]. This page is used mainly by the system administrator in the following circumstance.
• When another machine that also has the network expansion kit is added to your network and you wish to send an
image scanned on the new machine to a destination stored on the existing machine.
See "Editing and deleting programmed transmission destinations" (p.12) to select the Scan to Desktop destination
information that you wish to use on the new machine and enter the displayed information in this screen in the new
machine. (When you have completed all entries, click [Submit].)
If there are several destinations that you wish to use on the new machine, repeat this procedure as needed.
If the information entered here differs from the information entered on the host computer, transmission/reception will
not be possible.
For the settings, see the following table.
Scan to Desktop destination information
Item
Description
Name (Required)
Enter the name of the destination (up to 36 characters).
Initial (Optional)
Enter initial text for the destination (maximum of 10 characters). When the destination list is
displayed in the destination control screen, the initial text is used to group the destinations.
Custom Index
Names can be assigned to the custom indexes as desired (p.6), allowing convenient
grouping of destinations. Select a custom index for the destination to be stored.
Hostname or IP Address
(Required)*
Enter the IP address or host name of the FTP server (maximum of 127 characters).
Port Number (Required)
Enter a port number from 0 to 65535 for the desktop network scanner tool.
Process Directory
(Optional)
Enter the destination directory name for the file (maximum of 200 characters). The file
will be processed in this directory after it is received.
User Name (Optional)
Enter the login user name for the network scanner tool (maximum of 32 characters).
Password (Optional)
Enter the login password for the network scanner tool (maximum of 32 characters).
Scan Mode
Select the name of the scan mode that you wish to use for the destination. The scan
mode must be previously stored (p.7).
* If you entered a host name in "Hostname or IP Address", you will need to enter the DNS server settings. (p.15)
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BEFORE USING THE NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION
Storing Groups (Scan to E-mail)
You can send a scanned image to multiple e-mail destinations in a single Scan to E-mail operation. If you frequently
transmit to a fixed group of destinations, you can store the destinations as a group.
Up to 100 destinations can be stored in one group.
Note
1
Click [Destination] in the menu frame
of the Web page.
3
Enter the destination information.
For the settings, see the following table.
1
2
Click [Group].
4
When you have completed all of the
entries, click "Submit".
The entries will be stored.
Storing a group of destinations
Item
Description
Name (Required)
Enter the name of the destination (up to 36 characters).
Initial (Optional)
Enter initial text for the destinations (maximum of 10 characters). When the
destination list is displayed in the destination control screen, the initial text is used to
group the destinations.
Custom Index
Names can be assigned to the custom indexes as desired (p.6), allowing convenient
grouping of destinations. Select a custom index for the destination to be stored.
Address(es) (Required)
Select the address of each destination from the "E-mail" list box. Programmed e-mail
destinations appear in each of the destination lists. To select multiple destinations,
click each address while holding down the [Ctrl] key on the keyboard. If you need to
cancel an address that has been selected, click the address again while holding down
the [Ctrl] key.
If an LDAP server is being used, you can click the [Global Address Search] button to
search for an address on the LDAP server. Multiple e-mail addresses can be entered.
Separate the e-mail addresses with a comma (,), semi-colon (;), space ( ), or colon (:).
Scan Mode
Select the name of the scan mode that you wish to use for the destination. The scan
mode must be previously stored (p.7).
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Editing and deleting programmed transmission destinations
To edit or delete programmed destinations, click [Destination] in the menu frame of the Web page.
1
2
Click [Destination] in the menu frame
of the Web page.
3
To edit the selected destination, click [Edit]
at the bottom of the Destinations List.
The programming screen
of the destination
selected in step 2
appears. Edit the
information in the same
way as you initially stored
it.
When finished, be sure to click [Submit] to save
your changes.
In the Destinations List, click the
checkbox of the destination that you
want to edit or delete.
4
To delete the selected destination,
click [Delete] at the bottom of the
Destinations List.
A message appears
asking you to confirm the
deletion. Click [Yes] to
delete.
Note
If you attempt to delete a programmed destination in the following situations, a warning message will appear and
deletion will not be possible.
• The destination is included in a group.
If the destination is being used for a current transmission, cancel the transmission or wait until it is completed and
then delete the destination. If the destination is included in a group, delete the destination from the group and
then delete the destination.
Printing lists of programmed destinations
You can print lists showing the destinations that have been programmed.
The following lists can be printed.
• Print individual list: Shows the information programmed in e-mail, FTP, desktop, and group destinations.
• Print group list: Shows only the information programmed in group (e-mail) destinations.
1
Click [Destination] in the menu frame
of the Web page.
2
To print the individual list, click [Print
Individual List] at the bottom of the
destinations list.
3
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To print the group list, click [Print
Group List] at the bottom of the
destinations list.
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ABOUT THE WEB PAGE (FOR THE
ADMINISTRATOR)
In addition to the menu that appear in the user Web page, the Web page for the administrator also shows menus
that can only be established by the administrator.
A menu frame appears on the left side of the page. When you click an item in the menu, a screen appears in the
right frame that allows you to configure settings for that item.
Settings that can only be configured by the administrator are explained here.
1
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(4) Quick Setup (p.15)
This is used to configure basic settings for the
SMTP, DNS, and LDAP servers.
(1) Network Scanning (p.14)
This lets you select transmission methods for the
network scanner function and configure settings
for Scan to E-mail.
(2) Passwords (p.16)
The administrator can establish passwords to
protect the Web site. Enter the password that you
wish to establish and click the [Submit] button.
A password can be set for the administrator and
users.
(3) Clock Adjust
This is used to set the time in the machine. Make
sure the time is set correctly when performing
Scan to E-mail.
This setting does not appear on models that have
the fax function. If your model has the fax function,
see the "Operation manual (for facsimile)" to set
the time at the operation panel of the machine.
(5) Security
Port numbers can be changed or disabled for
security purposes.
Note
If "HTTP" is disabled, it will not be possible
to open the Web page. To open the Web
page in this case, the network expansion kit
must be reset.
☞"HOW TO RESET THE NETWORK
EXPANSION KIT" (p.24)
(6) Services (p.15)
This is used to configure advanced SMTP and
DNS server settings as needed for each
transmission method.
(7) LDAP (p.15)
This is used to configure advanced settings for
global address searches.
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BEFORE USING THE NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION
BASIC SETTINGS FOR NETWORK SCANNING
Click [Network Scanning] in the menu frame and configure the required settings. A password is required to access
this screen. (p.16) These settings should only be configured by the network administrator. For explanations of each
of the items, click [Help] in the menu frame.
1
Click [Network Scanning] in the menu
frame.
4
The Network Scanning
setup page appears.
2
To prevent the transmission of excessively large
files by Scan to E-mail, you can set a size limit.
If the image file created from the scanned image
is larger than the set limit, the image file is
discarded. The limit can be set from 1 MB to 10
MB in increments of 1 MB.
The factory default setting is [Unlimited]. If you
wish to set a limit, remove the checkmark from
the [Unlimited] checkbox and enter the desired
limit.
Select the transmission methods that
you wish to use.
Select the scanner delivery methods that you
want to use. In the "Enable Scanner Delivery to:"
field, click the checkbox next to each method that
you want to use so that a checkmark appears in
the checkbox.
All transmission methods are initially selected
(factory default settings).
Set a limit for the size of image files.
5
Select the method for assigning a file
name to a scanned image.
Select the method for assigning a file name to a
scanned image. In "File Naming", click the items
that you wish to use in the file name. "Destination
Name" and "Date & Time" are initially selected.
Note
6
3
If you are going to send images to the same
recipient more than once, we recommend
that you also select "Session Page Counter"
or "Unique Identifier" to prevent sending
multiple files with the same name, which
would result in each successive file
overwriting the previous file.
Selecting an e-mail subject (only used
for Scan to E-mail).
The setting is used to enter the subject that
appears in the recipient's e-mail program when
you perform Scan to E-mail. (This setting is not
necessary if you will not be using Scan to E-mail.)
Enter a subject (maximum of 80 characters). If
nothing is entered, "Scanned image from <Device
Name>*" will appear.
Configure the Advanced Setup
settings.
Select advanced functions that can be used for
Scan to E-mail.
If you wish to BCC a copy of a Scan to E-mail
transmission to an e-mail address, select the
[Bcc] checkbox and enter the e-mail address.
* The name that appears in Device Name is the name
stored in "Name" in the screen that appears when
you click [System Information] in the menu frame. If a
name has not been stored, the product name will
appear.
7
Click [Submit].
After entering the
settings, be sure to click
[Submit] to store them.
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BEFORE USING THE NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION
VARIOUS SERVER SETTINGS
The procedures for using [Quick Setup] are explained here. [Quick Setup] is used to quickly configure only the
required settings for "SMTP", "DNS", and "LDAP" servers. These settings are normally configured first.
SMTP server: SMTP is used to transmit e-mail that is sent using Scan to E-mail or Scan to FTP (Hyperlink). To use
these transmission methods, your SMTP server settings must be configured.
DNS server: If you entered a host name in "Primary SMTP Server" or "Secondary SMTP Server" of "SMTP", you
must also configure your DNS server settings.
You will also need to configure your DNS server settings if host names will be entered in "Hostname
or IP Address" when storing destinations for Scan to FTP (Scan to FTP (Hyperlink)) or Scan to
Desktop.
LDAP server: If mail addresses are managed on your network by an LDAP server, the e-mail addresses stored in
the LDAP server can be used for Scan to E-mail.
To allow the machine to use the e-mail addresses in the LDAP server, the LDAP server settings must
be configured in the Web page.
Configuring SMTP, DNS and LDAP server settings.
1
Click [Quick Setup] in the menu frame.
3
When you have completed all of the
entries, click [Submit].
The entries will be stored.
2
Enter the required information in
"SMTP", "DNS" and "LDAP".
For explanations of each setting, click [Help] in
the upper right-hand corner of the window.
Note
If you need to configure advanced settings for the SMTP, DNS, and LDAP servers, follow the procedures below.
• Configuring SMTP and DNS server settings
Click [Services] in the menu frame to display the services setup screen. Select the desired server and then
configure the required parameters for that server.
• Configuring LDAP server settings
Click [LDAP] in the menu frame to display the LDAP setup screen. Configure the required parameters.
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BEFORE USING THE NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION
PROTECTING INFORMATION PROGRAMMED IN THE
WEB PAGE ([Passwords])
The settings and information programmed in the Web page can be protected by establishing passwords (click
[Passwords] in the menu frame). The administrator must change the factory default password to a new password.
The administrator should also take care to remember the new password. From now on, the new password must be
entered each time you wish to configure settings in the Web pages.
A password can be set for the administrator and users.
1
Click [Passwords] in the menu frame.
3
Enter passwords in "User Password"
and "Admin Password".
• A maximum of 7 characters and/or numbers
can be entered for each password (passwords
are case sensitive).
• Be sure to enter the same password in
"Confirm Password" as you did in "New
Password".
2
Enter the current password in "Admin
Password".
4
The entered password is stored.
After setting the password, turn the machine
power off and then back on.
When establishing a password for the first time,
enter "Sharp" in "Admin Password".
Caution
Be sure to enter "S" in upper case
and "harp" in lower case (passwords
are case sensitive).
When you have completed all entries,
click [Submit].
When prompted to enter the password, a user
should enter "user" in "User Name" and an
administrator should enter "admin" in "User Name".
The appropriate password should be entered in
"Password". For more information, click [Help] in the
upper right-hand corner of the window.
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2
USING THE NETWORK
SCANNER FUNCTION
This section explains the procedure for scanning from the machine after the network scanner settings have been
configured in the Web page.
For the operation panel and the parts of the machine that are used for network scanning, see the operation manual
for the machine.
BASIC TRANSMISSION PROCEDURE
1
4
Press the [MODE SELECT] key to
select scanner mode.
The "SCAN" indicator
lights up to indicate that
scanner mode is
selected.
2
ADDRESS SEARCH
S
Place the original in the document
feeder tray or on the document glass.
For information on how to place the original, see
"IMAGE ORIENTATION AND STANDARD
ORIGINAL LOADING ORIENTATION" (p.20).
3
Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key
( ) to select "ADDRESS SEARCH"
and then press the [ENTER] key.
SCAN USING:
ADDRESS SEARCH
Note
Caution
Enter search characters and press the
[ENTER] key.
The selections change as
follows each time the [ ]
key (
) is pressed:
"INPUT ADDRESS" →
"GLOBAL ADDRESS" →
"ADDRESS SEARCH".
If you continue to press the
[ ] key (
), the stored
destinations will appear in
alphabetical order based
on the initial stored for
each destination.
You will search the
names that were entered
for the destinations.
Destinations matching
the search characters will
appear.
To enter characters, see
"HOW TO ENTER
CHARACTERS" (p.20).
5
Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key
( ) to select the destination and then
press the [ENTER] key.
6
Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key
( ) to select the original size and
then press the [ENTER] key.
ORIG. SIZE ENTER
A4
7
The original size changes
as follows each time the
[ ] key (
) or [ ]
key (
) is pressed:
"A4"→"B5"→"A5"
→"8.5x14"→"8.5x13"
→"8.5x11"→"8.5x5.5".
Press the [START] key (
scanning.
) to begin
• The [CLEAR] key (
) can be pressed during a scanning operation to return to the previous step of the operation.
To cancel a scanning operation and return to the initial state of scanner mode, press the [CLEAR ALL] key (
).
• The network scanner function cannot scan both sides of an original placed in the RSPF.
• The scan settings stored in a scan mode cannot be edited if the scan mode has been selected for a
destination. You can either store the desired settings in a new scan mode as explained in "STORING
SCANNING SETTINGS" (p.7) and then edit the destination settings, or you can cancel the selection of the
scan mode for the destination and then edit the scan mode settings.
• Before performing Scan to E-mail, read "IMPORTANT POINTS WHEN USING SCAN TO
E-MAIL" (p.23). Take care that the image file is not too large.
• A limit for the size of image files that can be sent using Scan to E-mail can be set in
"Maximum Size of E-mail Attachments" (p.14) of the Web page.
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USING THE NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION
TRANSMISSION METHODS FOR SCAN TO E-MAIL
The e-mail address for a Scan to E-mail transmission can be entered manually or selected from e-mail addresses
stored on an LDAP server.
Sending an image by entering an e-mail address manually
1
4
Press the [MODE SELECT] key to
select scanner mode.
The "SCAN" indicator
lights up to indicate that
scanner mode is
selected.
Enter the destination e-mail address
and press the [ENTER] key.
INPUT ADDRESS
XXX@XX.XXX.com
To enter characters, see
"HOW TO ENTER
CHARACTERS" (p.20).
2
2
Place the original in the document
feeder tray or on the document glass.
5
For information on how to place the original, see
"IMAGE ORIENTATION AND STANDARD
ORIGINAL LOADING ORIENTATION" (p.20).
3
ORIG. SIZE ENTER
A4
Select "INPUT ADDRESS" and press
the [ENTER] key.
SCAN USING:
INPUT ADDRESS
Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key
( ) to select the original size and
then press the [ENTER] key.
If "INPUT ADDRESS"
does not appear, make
sure that "Scan to ad-hoc
E-mail" is enabled in the
Web page (p.14).
6
Press the [START] key (
scanning.
Note
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The original size
changes as follows each
time the [ ] key (
)
or [ ] key (
) is
pressed:
"A4"→"B5"→"A5"
→"8.5x14"→"8.5x13"
→"8.5x11"→"8.5x5.5".
) to begin
The original is scanned using the settings of
the scan mode that has the "Default Scan
Mode" checkbox selected.
USING THE NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION
Sending an image by selecting an e-mail address in an LDAP server
To use an LDAP server, the LDAP server settings must be configured in the Web page.
1
Press the [MODE SELECT] key to
select scanner mode.
The "SCAN" indicator
lights up to indicate that
scanner mode is
selected.
2
5
Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key
( ) to select the destination and then
press the [ENTER] key.
6
Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key
( ) to select the original size, and
then press the [ENTER] key.
ORIG. SIZE ENTER
A4
Place the original in the document
feeder tray or on the document glass.
For information on how to place the original, see
"IMAGE ORIENTATION AND STANDARD
ORIGINAL LOADING ORIENTATION" (p.20).
3
Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key
( ) to select "GLOBAL ADDRESS"
and then press the [ENTER] key.
7
Press the [START] key (
scanning.
Note
SCAN USING:
GLOBAL ADDRESS
4
Enter search characters and press the
[ENTER] key.
GLOBAL ADD. SEARCH
S
Note
Destinations matching
the search characters will
appear.
To enter characters, see
"HOW TO ENTER
CHARACTERS" (p.20).
If you do not know the exact name, you can
enter " " for characters that you do not
know to conduct a wildcard search.
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The original size
changes as follows each
time the [ ] key (
)
or [ ] key (
) is
pressed:
"A4"→"B5"→"A5"
→"8.5x14"→"8.5x13"
→"8.5x11"→"8.5x5.5".
) to begin
The original is scanned using the settings of
the scan mode that has the "Default Scan
Mode" checkbox selected.
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USING THE NETWORK SCANNER FUNCTION
IMAGE ORIENTATION AND STANDARD ORIGINAL
LOADING ORIENTATION
When using the document glass, the original should be placed face down. Center the original vertically on the
document glass with the top edge at the left edge of the glass.
When using the RSPF, the original should be placed face up in the middle of the document feeder tray, with the top of
the original to the right. (The network scanner function cannot scan both sides of an original placed in the RSPF.)
Document glass
RSPF
(if RSPF has been installed)
Scanning result
Long horizontal originals (from 215.9 mm (8-1/2") to 355.6 mm (14")) can only be placed as shown below.
For this reason, the scanned image will be rotated 90° when viewed on a computer.
Document glass
RSPF
(if RSPF has been installed)
Scanning result
HOW TO ENTER CHARACTERS
You can enter letters with the numeric keys. Letters are marked above each of numeric keys [2] through [9]. To enter
a letter, press the appropriate key repeatedly until the desired letter appears (the number of the key appears first,
followed by letters in the order marked above the key). The keys used for entering characters are shown below.
The following characters can be entered with the numeric keys:
Characters that can be entered
key
When entering e-mail address When entering search characters
1 1
1 Space
2 a b c 2 A B C
A B C 2 a b c
3 d e f
3 D E F
D E F 3 d e f
4 g h i
4 G H I
G H I
4 g h i
5 j
k I
5 J K L
J K L 5 j
k l
6 m n o 6 M N O
M N O 6 m n o
7 p q r s 7 P Q R S P Q R S 7 p q r s
8 t
u v 8 T U V
T U V 8 t
u v
9 w x y z 9 W X Y Z W X Y Z 9 w x y z
_-.@
*} {][?>=;:,+)('&%$"!/_-.@#
0 0
0
# @.-_
#@.-_/!"$%&'()+,:;=>?[]{}*
● To enter two characters in succession which require using the same key, press the [ ] key (
) once after
entering the first character and then enter the second character.
● If you enter an incorrect character or number, follow these steps to correct the mistake.
1. Press the [ ] key (
) or [ ] key (
) to move the cursor to the character immediately following the
incorrect character.
2. Press the [CLEAR] key (
).
The character in front of the cursor is deleted.
3. Enter the correct character.
The character is inserted in front of the cursor.
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3
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
If a problem or question arises, try to solve the situation using the following information before contacting your
authorized SHARP dealer.
Image transmission problems are explained here. For image scanning problems, see the operation manual for the machine.
Problem
Cause and solution
The selected "Scan Size" setting is smaller than the actual original size.
The scanned image is clipped.
→ Set the scan size to the actual original size (p.17) and make sure that the
original is placed in the correct orientation (p.20).
If you intentionally selected a size setting smaller than the actual original size,
take into consideration the part of the original that you wish to scan when
placing the original. For example, if the actual size is A4 (8-1/2" x 11") and you
selected B5 (5-1/2" x 8-1/2") for the size setting, place the original so that the
part that you wish to scan is within the B5 (5-1/2" x 8-1/2") area at the left,
center of the glass.
The viewer program used by the recipient does not support the
format of the received image data.
The received image data cannot be
opened.
When the same file name is used for two
successive Scan to FTP transmissions,
the second file is not sent.
→ Try selecting a different file type (TIFF / PDF / JPEG) and/or a different
compression format (None, MH (G3), MMR (G4)) when sending the image
data.
Otherwise, have the recipient use Sharpdesk or a viewer program that supports
the above combinations of file types and compression formats.
The first file may still remain in the cache of the file server client. Disable
use of the cache in the client software.
There is a mistake in the stored destination information or the wrong
destination was selected.
The recipient does not receive
transmitted data.
→ Make sure that the correct destination information is stored. If there is a
mistake, correct it (p.12).
* If delivery by e-mail (Scan to E-mail) is unsuccessful, an error message such
as "Undelivered Message" may be sent to the designated administrator's
e-mail address. This information may help you determine the cause of the
problem.
Check the Web page to see if a limit has been set for the size of image
files sent using Scan to E-mail (the factory default setting is "Unlimited").
A limit can be set from 1 MB to 10 MB. Consult the administrator of the
Web page to select a suitable limit (p.14).
The recipient does not receive data
sent by e-mail (Scan to E-mail).
Transmission takes a long time.
The amount of data that can be sent in one e-mail transmission is
sometimes limited by the administrator of the mail server. Even if the
amount of data sent is within the limit setting explained above, if it exceeds
the limit set by the administrator of the mail server, the data will not be
delivered to the recipient.
Decrease the amount of data sent in the e-mail transmission (reduce the
number of pages scanned). (Ask your mail server administrator what the
data limit is for one e-mail transmission.)
When there is a large amount of image information, the data file is also
large and transmission takes a long time.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Caution
Pay attention to the following points when selecting scan settings to ensure that an image file
is created that suits the purpose of transmission in terms of image quality and file size.
Scan settings are configured in the Web page.
• Color mode
Select a color mode that is appropriate for the use of the document to be scanned so that the file size will not
be larger than necessary.
Scanning a document with the color mode set to gray scale or black and white will yield a smaller file size than
scanning in color.
• Resolution
For normal text originals, a sufficiently legible image is produced when the color mode is set to "Mono 2
gradation" and the resolution is 200 dpi or 300 dpi.
The 600 dpi setting should only be used in cases where high-clarity image reproduction is required, such as an
original that includes photographs or illustrations. Note that a high-resolution setting will result in a larger file
size and transmission may not be successful if there is insufficient disk capacity in the server to which the
image is sent (or if the administrator of the server has restricted the file size). If transmission is not successful,
you can try such measures as reducing the number of scanned pages in the file or reducing the scan size
setting for the original.
3
DISPLAY MESSAGES
If a transmission error occurs when you send a scanned image, a message informing you of the error and an error
code will appear in the operation panel on the machine.
Error Code
Solution
Page
CE-00
CE-01
Turn off the power and turn it back on. Consult with your network administrator to make
sure that no problems exist on the network or in the server. If the error is not cleared after
turning the power off and on, turn off the power and contact your dealer.
—
CE-02
CE-04
Server access denied.
The scanned image was not sent because a connection to the server could not be established.
Make sure that the SMTP server settings or FTP server settings in the Web page are correct.
The procedure for configuring the SMTP server is explained in "VARIOUS SERVER
SETTINGS", and the procedure for editing Scan to FTP destination information is
explained in "Editing and deleting programmed transmission destinations".
12, 15
CE-03
The scanned image was not sent because the server was busy or there was too much
traffic. Wait briefly and then try again.
—
CE-05
The scanned image was not sent because the directory of the destination FTP server was not
correct. Make sure that the correct FTP server information is configured in the Web page.
12
CE-09
The size of the scanned image file exceeds the upper limit set in "Maximum Size of File"
in the Web page. Reduce the number of original pages scanned into the file, or change
the upper limit set in "Maximum Size of File".
14
CE-12
The maximum number of destinations that can be searched has been exceeded.
Increase the number of search characters to narrow the range of the LDAP search.
19
MEMORY
FULL
The memory became full during scanning. Scan less pages, lower the resolution, or
change the color mode so that the file size is smaller, and try scanning again.
For the scan mode settings, see "STORING SCANNING SETTINGS". (See Help in the
Web page for explanations of each of the settings.)
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IF YOUR E-MAIL IS RETURNED
If a Scan to E-mail is not successfully transmitted, an e-mail informing you of this fact is sent to the return address
configured in the SMTP server. If this happens, read the e-mail and determine the cause of the error, and then
repeat the transmission.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
IMPORTANT POINTS WHEN USING SCAN TO E-MAIL
Be very careful not to send image data files that are too large.
Your mail server's system administrator may have placed a limit on the amount of data that can be sent in one e-mail
transmission. If this limit is exceeded, the e-mail will not be delivered to the recipient. Even if there is no limit and
your e-mail is successfully delivered, a large data file may take a long time to be received and place a heavy burden
on the recipient's network, depending on the recipient's network (Internet) connection environment.
If large image data files are repeatedly sent, the resulting burden on the network may slow down the speed of other,
unrelated data transmissions and in some cases, may even cause the mail server or network to go down.
The images on the following page will produce the following file sizes when scanned as A4 size or 8-1/2" x 11" size
originals:
Resolution
File size of text original A
when scanned
File size of photo original B when scanned
Mono 2 gradation
Grayscale
Full Color
75 dpi
Approx. 10 KB
Approx. 125 KB
Approx. 140 KB
300 dpi
Approx. 34 KB
Approx. 1430 KB
(Approx. 1.43 MB)
Approx. 1440 KB
(Approx. 1.44 MB)
* All sizes are for image files created in TIFF MMR (G4) format.
If multiple images are scanned, the file size will be approximately (Size of each image as indicated above) x
(Number of images scanned).
Although the actual limitation depends on your network environment, a general guideline for the maximum file size
for Scan to E-mail is 2000 KB (2 MB). In cases where you need to send multiple documents, try such measures as
lowering the resolution mode.
Original image samples
The original images shown below are samples to help you understand the above explanations. Note that these
images are smaller than the actual originals (the actual originals are A4 (8-1/2" x 11") size).
Text original A
Photo original B
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CHECKING THE IP ADDRESS
To check the IP address of the machine, hold down the status button on the network expansion kit at least 2
seconds to print out a Printer Setting List.
Status button
3
HOW TO RESET THE NETWORK EXPANSION KIT
To reset the network expansion kit, power on the machine while holding down the status button on the network
expansion kit.
Caution
Network scanner destination information and scanning settings will remain after the network expansion kit is
reset, however, the network settings and network printer settings will revert to the factory default settings.
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SHARPDESK CD-ROM
(for Windows)
The CD-ROM contains the following software programs:
• Sharpdesk* (Desktop Document Management Software)
• Network Scanner Tool
• SHARP TWAIN AR/DM (Twain driver)
* Sharpdesk can only be installed on the number of computers indicated in "Sharpdesk Serial Numbers" on the
cover of "Important Information". If you need to install Sharpdesk on additional computers, please purchase the
optional license kit.
(If the version of the software on the CD-ROM in the license kit is different from the version of the software on the
CD-ROM that accompanies the machine, it is recommended that you use the newest version of the software.)
SOFTWARE PROGRAMS
For detailed information on each of the software programs, please refer to the user's guides on the CD-ROM.
To view the manuals in PDF format, Acrobat Reader or Adobe Reader of Adobe Systems Incorporated is required. If
neither program is installed on your computer, the programs can be downloaded from the following URL:
http://www.adobe.com/
SHARPDESK (Desktop Document Management Software)
Sharpdesk lets you manage a variety of electronic information such as scanned image data from a Digital Laser
Copier/Printer or documents created using word processing or spreadsheet application software. Some of the
important features of Sharpdesk are:
• Sharpdesk works with your scanner to let you read paper documents into your computer using a full-featured set
of scanning controls and options.
• Sharpdesk makes editing of your images and documents quick and easy.
• A text image scanned into Sharpdesk can be converted into editable text for use with your favorite word processor.
Sharpdesk uses an advanced Optical Character Recognition (OCR) engine that even preserves your document layouts.
• Distributing documents by e-mail or printing a hard copy is as easy as dragging a file onto an icon on the
Sharpdesk OutputZone.
• Multiple files can be combined together into a single new file. After creating a combination file, the page order can
be changed or new pages added.
• You can search for an image or text file using a single word, phrase, or list of words. You can also perform a
detailed search by specifying the file type, modified data, or a keyword.
• A color image scanned on the machine can be saved as a PDF file using a high compression ratio to reduce the
file size. (To view a PDF file saved using a high compression ratio, the latest version of Adobe Reader is required.)
NETWORK SCANNER TOOL
This is a utility that helps you use Scan to Desktop. It configures the necessary settings in the Digital Laser
Copier/Printer and client computer to receive data. In addition, Network Scanner Tool will automatically start
Sharpdesk upon receiving image data.
The scanned image received by your computer can automatically be:
• Saved in a folder.
• Passed to the application set in Network Scanner Tool.
• Sent as e-mail.
• Saved in Sharpdesk.
SHARP TWAIN AR/DM
SHARP TWAIN AR/DM imports image data from a Twain interface into a Twain-compliant application. SHARP
TWAIN AR/DM has the following features:
• A selected range of the image data can be imported.
• The image can be rotated when imported.
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USER'S GUIDES FOR SOFTWARE
PROGRAMS
The Manual folder in the CD-ROM contains user's guides (in PDF format) for each of the software programs.
• Sharpdesk Installation Guide
• Sharpdesk User's Guide
• Network Scanner Tool User's Guide
• SHARP TWAIN AR/DM User's Guide
In addition to explaining how to use the programs, the user's guides also give detailed instructions for installing and
setting up the programs. Be sure to read the user's guides before installing the programs.
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INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE PROGRAM
Note the following when installing the software program from the CD-ROM:
● Be sure to check the system requirements for installation of each of the software programs in the user's guides
and on the Information screen during installation.
● The user's guides give detailed instructions for installing and setting up the programs. Be sure to read the user's
guides before installing the programs. In particular, if you are going to use Network Scanner Tool, be sure to
carefully read the instructions regarding network preparation and setup procedures before installing the program.
The network administrator should verify that network preparation has been carried out correctly.
● If you are going to send an original scanned with the Digital Laser Copier/Printer to a computer (Scan to Desktop),
Network Scanner Tool must be installed.
● If you perform a standard installation of Sharpdesk (select "Typical" in the Setup Type selection screen), Network
Scanner Tool will be also be installed, alternatively you can also select "Custom" installation and install only
Network Scanner Tool.
● If Internet Explorer 6.0 or later is not installed on your computer, see the installation procedure for Internet
Explorer in the Readme file (Readme.txt) in the root folder of the "Disc 2" CD-ROM.
● If you intend to install SHARP TWAIN AR/DM, install Network Scanner Tool first. SHARP TWAIN AR/DM cannot
be installed alone.
● The contents of the Information screens that appear during installation can also be found in the ReadMe files on
the same CD-ROM. The ReadMe file for Sharpdesk is located in the root folder of the CD-ROM, and the ReadMe
file for SHARP TWAIN AR/DM is located in the Twain folder.
INSTALLING SHARPDESK AND NETWORK SCANNER TOOL
1
Quit any software applications and/or
resident programs that are running on
your computer.
2
Insert the "Disc 1" CD-ROM into your
CD-ROM drive.
6
• The Sharpdesk installation screen appears.
Proceed to step 6.
• If the screen does not appear, proceed to step
3.
3
Click the "start" button and then click
"My Computer" ( ).
• In Windows 98/Me/2000, double click "My
Computer".
• In Windows Vista, click the "Start" button and
then click "Computer".
4
Double click the CD-ROM icon (
).
The Sharpdesk installer starts.
5
Follow the instructions on the screen.
In Windows Vista, if a message screen appears
asking you for confirmation, click "Allow".
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When the "Customer Information"
window appears, enter the serial
number that appears on the cover of the
this manual, and click the "Next" button.
Follow the instructions on the screen.
• If you select "Typical" in the Setup Type
selection screen, Network Scanner Tool will
also be installed. If you only wish to install
Network Scanner Tool, select "Custom" in the
Setup Type selection screen and then check
only Network Scanner Tool.
• Sharpdesk Imaging* is installed together with
Sharpdesk. If Imaging for Windows was
previously installed, Sharpdesk Imaging will
overwrite Imaging for Windows.
• If Eastman Software's "Imaging for Windows
Professional Edition" has already been installed
on your computer, Sharpdesk Imaging will not
be installed.
• "Imaging for Windows Professional Edition" and
Sharpdesk Imaging use common registry
entries, and installing "Imaging for Windows
Professional Edition" after Sharpdesk lmaging
has been installed may result in abnormal
operation. In this case, uninstall Sharpdesk and
Sharpdesk Imaging, and then install "Imaging
for Windows Professional Edition". After that,
reinstall Sharpdesk.
• When Network Scanner Tool setup is finished, the
"Search Setup Wizard" appears. Follow the
on-screen instructions to create an index database.
For detailed information, see the Sharpdesk
Installation Guide and Sharpdesk User's Guide.
* Sharpdesk Imaging is a version of Eastman
Software's Imaging for Windows Professional
Edition that has been customized by the
Sharp Corporation.
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SHARPDESK CD-ROM (for Windows)
INSTALLING SHARP TWAIN AR/DM
SHARP TWAIN AR/DM cannot be used in Windows Vista.
1
Quit any software applications and/or
resident programs that are running on
your computer.
2
Insert the "Disc 1" CD-ROM into your
CD-ROM drive.
If the Sharpdesk installation window appears,
click "Cancel" to exit the setup procedure.
3
4
Click the CD-ROM icon ( ) and select
"Open" from the "File" menu.
5
Double-click the "Twain" folder, and
then double-click the "SETUP" icon
( ).
6
Follow the instructions on the screen.
Click the "start" button and then click
"My Computer" ( ).
4
In Windows 98/Me/2000, double click "My
Computer".
UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
PROGRAM
To remove the software, follow the steps below.
● When Sharpdesk is uninstalled, Network Scanner Tool is also uninstalled. Note that if Network Scanner Tool is
uninstalled, you will no longer be able to directly receive image data from the Digital Laser Copier/Printer.
● If a user-created file is saved in the Sharpdesk desktop folder, the Sharpdesk desktop folder will not be deleted
when Sharpdesk is uninstalled.
● If you uninstall Sharpdesk Imaging in Windows 98/Me/2000, you will not be able to open image files unless you
re-install the Windows accessory Imaging for Windows.
● Removing SHARP TWAIN AR/DM will not delete the spooler folder which stores image data.
UNINSTALLING THE SOFTWARE PROGRAM FROM
THE CONTROL PANEL
1
3
Click "Control Panel" in the "start"
menu.
In Windows 98/Me/2000, click "Start", "Settings",
and then "Control Panel".
2
Double click "Add or Remove
Programs".
• In Windows 98/Me/2000, double click
"Add/Remove Programs".
• In Windows Vista, click "Uninstall a program".
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Select the application that you wish to
delete ("Sharpdesk" or "SHARP
TWAIN AR/DM") from the list and
uninstall the software.
5
SPECIFICATIONS
For information on power requirements, power consumption, dimensions, weight, and other specifications that are
common to all features of the machine, refer to the operation manual for the machine.
File format
File type: TIFF/PDF/JPEG
Compression mode: MH (G3)/MMR (G4)/None
File creation method
One file for all pages/One file per each 1 to 6 pages
Scan destinations
Scan to FTP, Scan to Desktop, Scan to E-mail
Supported client PC operating systems (for
Scan to Desktop function)
Windows 98, Windows Me,
Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Home Edition,
Windows XP Professional, Windows Vista
Web browser
Internet Explorer 5.5 or later (Windows),
Netscape Navigator 6.0 or later
Management system
Uses built-in Web server
Network protocol
TCP/IP, SMTP, LDAP, FTP
Supported mail system
Mail servers supporting SMTP
LAN connectivity
10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet
Number of destinations
200 maximum
Number of destinations for Scan To E-mail
broadcast transmission
100 maximum*
* Multiple e-mail addresses (up to 100) can be stored as a group. Note that this may reduce the maximum number
of destinations (normally 200) that can be stored.
Some discrepancies may exist in the illustrations and content due to improvements to the machine.
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AR-NB2 A (for network scanner)
ARNB2A-EX1