Ricoh Aficio DSc424 User`s guide

SafeCom Go Ricoh
Administrator’s Manual
D60703-17
April 2012
Trademarks: SafeCom, SafeCom Go, SafeCom P:Go, SafeCom ePay and the
SafeCom logo are trademarks of SafeCom a/s. Company and product names
mentioned in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective owners. SafeCom a/s cannot be held responsible for any technical or
typographical errors and reserves the right to make changes to products and
documentation without prior notification.
Third Party Software: This software may contain third party software which
requires notices and/or additional terms and conditions. Such required third
party software notices and/or additional terms and conditions are located in
the SafeCom Third Party Notice document.
Patent: SafeCom has received the following British patent GB 2350 713 B, US
patent US 6,952,780 B2 and Europe patent EUR EP1 120 701.
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Table of contents
1
Introduction ............................................................................................5
1.1
SafeCom Go Ricoh.......................................................................... 5
1.2
Requirements ............................................................................... 5
1.3
SafeCom Go Ricoh products .............................................................. 8
1.4
SafeCom P:Go Ricoh products ......................................................... 10
1.5
SafeCom ID devices ...................................................................... 11
1.6
Available documentation ............................................................... 12
1.7
About this manual........................................................................ 12
1.8
Document history ........................................................................ 13
2
SafeCom Go Ricoh................................................................................... 15
2.1
Overview ................................................................................... 15
2.2
SafeCom Go Ricoh hardware installation ............................................ 15
2.2.1
Newer devices type F, H, I, J, K, L, N, O and U .................... 15
2.2.2
Legacy devices Type B................................................... 16
2.3
Increase Heap and Stack sizes on Ricoh device ..................................... 17
2.4
Ricoh Java software installation ...................................................... 18
2.4.1
Newer devices type F, H, I, J, K, L, N and O ........................ 18
2.4.2
Legacy device type B .................................................... 19
2.5
SafeCom Go Ricoh software installation ............................................. 20
2.5.1
Send SafeCom Go Ricoh (*.b87) file ................................... 20
2.6
Additional configuration ................................................................ 20
2.7
SafeCom Go Ricoh web interface ..................................................... 21
2.7.1
Login to the SafeCom Go Ricoh web interface ...................... 21
2.7.2
Information web page ................................................... 21
2.7.3
Configuration web page ................................................. 22
2.7.4
Configuration web page – printers .................................... 27
2.7.5
Configuration web page - MP 171, MP 201F, MP 201SPF .......... 29
2.7.6
Register web page........................................................ 31
2.7.7
Log web page ............................................................. 32
2.7.8
Language web page ...................................................... 32
2.7.9
Password web page ...................................................... 33
2.7.10
Advanced web page ...................................................... 33
2.8
SafeCom Go Ricoh – How to ............................................................ 34
2.8.1
Get the SafeCom Go Ricoh software .................................. 34
2.8.2
Specify SafeCom server ................................................. 34
2.8.3
Resend configuration .................................................... 35
2.8.4
Register device ........................................................... 35
2.8.5
Set password to prevent unauthorized access ...................... 36
2.8.6
Check SNMP settings ..................................................... 36
2.8.7
Select user identification – user code or card ....................... 36
2.8.8
Login with Windows without specifying the domain ............... 37
2.8.9
How to make SafeCom stay always on top ........................... 37
2.8.10
Enable copy control and access control to other functions ....... 37
2.8.11
Enable E-mail ............................................................. 39
2.8.12
Enable Send to Fax ....................................................... 41
2.8.13
Enable Address Book ..................................................... 42
2.8.14
Control max length of encryption keys ............................... 42
2.8.15
Control user access rights .............................................. 43
2.8.16
Enable single sign-on for Nuance DigiDocFlow ...................... 43
2.8.17
Enable single sign-on for NSi AutoStore .............................. 43
2.8.18
Enable Extended Feature Shortcut .................................... 45
2.8.19
Restore factory default ................................................. 45
2.8.20
Determine the version ................................................... 45
2.8.21
Uninstall SafeCom Go Ricoh ............................................ 45
2.9
All printing through SafeCom .......................................................... 46
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2.10
Install SafeCom Go Ricoh via web page .............................................. 46
3
Using SafeCom Go Ricoh ........................................................................... 48
3.1
Ricoh Aficio MFPs ........................................................................ 48
3.1.1
Control panel.............................................................. 48
3.1.2
Login ........................................................................ 48
3.1.3
Pull print ................................................................... 50
3.1.4
Copy ........................................................................ 51
3.1.5
E-mail ...................................................................... 52
3.1.6
Send to Fax ................................................................ 54
3.1.7
Address Book .............................................................. 55
3.1.8
Logout ...................................................................... 56
3.1.9
Register card at device .................................................. 56
3.1.10
Register card with Windows logon .................................... 57
3.1.11
Register card with PUK code ........................................... 57
3.2
Ricoh Aficio MP 171, SP 201F, SP 201SPF ............................................ 58
3.2.1
Control Panel.............................................................. 58
3.2.2
Login with card ........................................................... 58
3.2.3
Pull Print ................................................................... 58
3.2.4
Copy ........................................................................ 58
3.2.5
Logout ...................................................................... 58
4
Using SafeCom P:Go Ricoh ........................................................................ 59
4.1
Pull Print ................................................................................... 59
5
Troubleshooting ..................................................................................... 60
5.1
SafeCom Go Ricoh Device Trace Facility ............................................. 60
5.2
SafeCom Help Desk Assistant .......................................................... 60
5.3
SafeCom Administrator: Cannot add Pull Device with no MAC Address ........ 60
6
Regulatory information ............................................................................ 61
7
Index ................................................................................................... 62
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1 Introduction
1
Introduction
1.1
SafeCom Go Ricoh
SafeCom Go Ricoh is the internal solution for Ricoh MFPs. It integrates with the
touch-screen control panel of the Ricoh MFP and offers user authentication by
code and/or card. The Ricoh MFPs are also supported when sold under the
Gestetner, Lanier, Nashuatec, Rex-Rotary and Savin brands.
SafeCom Go Ricoh works together the SafeCom G3 Server software and is
designed to help companies and organizations gain control over their printing
costs and document security. The SafeCom solution can be enhanced with addon modules to build customer specific and scalable solutions.
1.2
Requirements

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SafeCom Go Ricoh supports all MFPs in Table 1 and printers in Table 2
with the listed JVM version and installed Java VM Card.
SafeCom device license.
MFP must be connected to the network.
If users are to be identified by card a SafeCom ID Device needs to be
installed at the MFP.
Note: During printing activity it is not possible to scan or copy.
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Table 1 SafeCom Go Ricoh supported Ricoh MFPs
SafeCom
VM Card
MFP
Go
Type
MP 4002, MP 5002,
210xxx
MP C3002, MP C3502,
MP C4502, MP C5502
MP 2352SP,
147xxx
MP 2852SP, MP 3352SP
MP C300, MP C400,
MP C2051, MP C2551,
MP C3001SP, MP C3501SP,
MP C4501SP, MP C5501SP,
MP C6501SP, MP C7501SP,
SP 5200S, SP 5210SF
MP 2852, MP 3352
147xxx
N
MP 171,
120xxx
L
MP 201F, MP 201SPF
MP 6001, MP 7001,
100xxx
J
MP 8001, MP 9001,
Pro 907EX, Pro 1107EX,
Pro 1357EX
MP 2851, MP 3351,
090xxx
MP 4001, MP 5001
MP C2050, MP C2550,
090xxx
I
MP C2800, MP C3300,
MP C4000, MP C5000
MP 2550, MP 3350,
060xxx
F
MP 4000, MP 5000,
MP C6000, MP C7500
MP 1100, MP 1350,
030xxx
C
MP 5500, MP 6000,
MP 6500, MP 7000,
MP 7500, MP 8000,
MP 9000,
MP C2000, MP C2500,
MP C3000, MP C3500,
MP C4500,
Pro906EX, Pro1106EX,
Pro1356E
MP 2510, MP 3010,
020xxx
B
MP 3500, MP 4500
2051 (DSm651),
2060 (DSm660),
2075 (DSm675),
3025 (DSm725),
3030 (DSm730),
3035 (DSm735),
3045 (DSm745),
3224C (DSc424),
3228C (DSc428),
3232C (DSc432),
3235C (DSc435),
3245C (DSc445),
3260C (DSc460),
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version
10.01
7.15
7.15
6.07
5.04
4.17
4.17
4.17
2.12
1.41
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5560C (CS555)
Table 2 SafeCom P:Go Ricoh supported Ricoh printers
SafeCom
VM Card
Printer
P:Go
Type
SP C431DN, SP 5210DN
150xxx
SP C320DN, SP C430DN,
150xxx
O
SP 4310N,
SP 5200DN
SP 4210N,
110xxx
K
SP C820DN, SP C821DN
SP C420DN, SP 8200DN
080xxx
H
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version
7.02
7.02
5.04
4.17
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SafeCom Go Ricoh products
SafeCom Go Ricoh
MP 2352SP,
MP 2852SP, MP 3352SP ,
MP C300, MP C400,
MP C2051, MP C2551,
MP C3001SP, MP C3501SP,
MP C4501SP, MP C5501SP,
MP C6501SP, MP C7501SP,
MP 2851, MP 3351,
MP 4001, MP 5001,
SP 5200S, SP 5210SF
MP C3002, MP C3502
MP 4002, MP 5002,
MP C4502, MP C5502,
Order license and USB ID device separately.
Devices are supplied with Java VM Card.
MP 2852, MP 3352
SafeCom Go Ricoh
Type N
Order license and USB ID device separately.
Java VM Card Type N is required and MUST be
ordered through a Ricoh reseller.
MP 171,
MP 201F, MP 201SPF
SafeCom Go Ricoh
Type L
SafeCom Go Ricoh
Type J
SafeCom Go Ricoh
Type I
SafeCom Go Ricoh
Type F
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Java VM Card Type L is required and MUST be
ordered through a Ricoh reseller.
MP 6001, MP 7001,
MP 8001, MP 9001,
Pro 907EX, Pro 1107EX, Pro 1357EX
Order license and USB ID device separately.
Java VM Card Type J is required and MUST be
ordered through a Ricoh reseller.
MP C2050, MP C2550,
MP C2800, MP C3300,
MP C4000, MP C5000
Order license and USB ID device separately.
Java VM Card Type I is required and MUST be
ordered through a Ricoh reseller.
MP 2550, MP 3550,
MP 4000, MP 5000,
MP C6000, MP C7500
Order license and USB ID device separately.
Java VM Card Type F is required and MUST be
ordered through a Ricoh reseller.
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MP 1100, MP 1350, MP 5500, MP 6000, MP 6500,
MP 7000, MP 7500, MP 8000, MP 9000,
MP C2000, MP C2500, MP C3000, MP C3500,
MP C4500, Pro906EX, Pro1106EX, Pro1356E
SafeCom Go Ricoh
Type C
SafeCom Ricoh SD ID Kit: SafeCom Go Ricoh SD
Card, SD ID Kit, a switch mode power supply (Input:
100-240V~, 50-60Hz/150mA, Output: 5V, 1.0A).
Order license and serial ID device separately.
Java VM Card Type C is required and MUST be
ordered through a Ricoh reseller.
Identification by USB ID device is possible if the MFP
has a USB port (extra Ricoh accessory). However,
you still need the SD ID Kit to have copy control.
MP 2510, MP 3010, MP 3500, MP 4500,
2051 (DSm651), 2060 (DSm660), 2075 (DSm675),
3025 (DSm725), 3030 (DSm730), 3035 (DSm735),
3224C (DSc424), 3228C (DSc428), 3232C (DSc432),
3235C (DSc435), 3245C (DSc445), 3260C (DSc460),
5560C (CS555)
SafeCom Go Ricoh
Type B
SafeCom Ricoh SD ID Kit: SafeCom Go Ricoh SD
Card, SD ID Kit, a switch mode power supply (Input:
100-240V~, 50-60Hz/150mA, Output: 5V, 1.0A).
Order license and serial ID device separately.
Java VM Card Type B is required and MUST be
ordered through a Ricoh reseller.
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SafeCom P:Go Ricoh products
SP C431N, SP 5210DN
SafeCom P:Go Ricoh
Order license and USB ID device separately.
Devices are supplied with Java VM Card.
SP C320DN, SP C430N
SP 4310N, SP 5200DN
SafeCom P:Go Ricoh
Type O
SafeCom P:Go Ricoh
Type K
Order license and USB ID device separately.
Java VM Card Type O is required and MUST be
ordered through a Ricoh reseller.
SP 4210N, SP C820DN, SP C821DN
Order license and USB ID device separately.
Java VM Card Type K is required and MUST be
ordered through a Ricoh reseller.
SP C420DN, SP 8200DN
SafeCom P:Go Ricoh
Type H
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Java VM Card Type H is required and MUST be
ordered through a Ricoh reseller.
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1.5
SafeCom ID devices
Table 3 SafeCom Go Ricoh supported SafeCom ID Devices
Identification Method
SafeCom AWID Reader
SafeCom Bar Code Scanner
SafeCom Bar Code Reader
SafeCom Casi-Rusco Reader
SafeCom Cotag Reader
SafeCom EM Reader [E]
SafeCom EM Reader [R]
SafeCom Felica Reader
SafeCom HID Reader 35 bit [E]
SafeCom HID Reader 35 bit [R]
SafeCom HID Reader 37 bit
SafeCom iCLASS Reader [E]
SafeCom iCLASS Reader [R]
SafeCom Indala Reader 26bit
SafeCom Indala Reader 29bit
SafeCom IoProx
SafeCom Legic Reader [E]
SafeCom Legic Reader [R]
SafeCom Magnetic Card Reader
SafeCom Magnetic Card Reader
SafeCom Magnetic Card Reader
SafeCom Magnetic Card Reader
SafeCom Magnetic Card Reader
SafeCom Magnetic Card Reader
SafeCom Mifare Reader [E]
SafeCom Mifare Reader [R]
SafeCom Nedap Reader
SafeCom NexWatch Reader
(Tr 1)
(Tr 2)
(Tr 3)
DD (Tr 1)
DD (Tr 2)
DD (Tr 3)
USB
p/n
Serial
p/n
696020
694120
694020
652420
678020
674120
674420
697420
673120
673420
671120
654120
654420
670420
651020
658420
679120
679420
696010
n/a
694010
652010
674110
697310
673110
671110
654110
670010
651010
658010
679110
959010
954010
657010
692010
691020
692020
970120
970420
653020
698420
970110
978990
698010
Additional information about the ID devices is available in SafeCom G3
Administrator’s Manual D60603.
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1.6
Available documentation
SafeCom Smart Printing

SafeCom Smart Printing Administrator’s Quick Guide D10600
How to install a SafeCom Smart Printing solution.
SafeCom G3

SafeCom G3 Administrator’s Manual D60603
A comprehensive Manual that the administrator should consult to make a
successful SafeCom solution. Includes information about SafeCom
Tracking, SafeCom Rule Based Printing, SafeCom Client Billing, and
SafeCom Pay.
SafeCom Go Ricoh

SafeCom Go Ricoh Administrator’s Manual D60703 (this manual)
Manual on how to install, configure and use SafeCom Go Ricoh.

SafeCom Go Ricoh User’s Guide D20703
User's Guide on how to use SafeCom Go Ricoh.
1.7
About this manual
This manual applies to SafeCom G3 Server version S82 070.440*03 and SafeCom
Go Ricoh S87 nnn.020*10.
This manual is organized as follows:
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Chapter 1 Introduction lists the supplied SafeCom documentation, system
requirements and describes how this manual is organized.

Chapter 2 SafeCom Go Ricoh describes the installation and the web
interface of the internal solution for Ricoh MFPs.

Chapter 3 Using SafeCom Go Ricoh describes how to interact with the
Ricoh MFP’s control panel when SafeCom Go Ricoh is installed.

Chapter 4 Using SafeCom P:Go Ricoh describes how to login by card and
Pull Print on Ricoh printers.

Chapter 5 Troubleshooting, contains hints for troubleshooting.

Chapter 6 Regulatory information, contains regulatory information.
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Document history
Revision D60703-17
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SafeCom Go Ricoh version S87 nnn.020*10
Support for Ricoh MFPs: MP 4002, MP 5002, MP C3002, MP C3502,
MP C4502, MP C5502.
New feature, called job build, allows scanning of multiple documents to a
single file when sending E-mails.
Support for User access rights (2.8.15).
Support for delegated print.
Revision D60703-16
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SafeCom Go Ricoh version S87 nnn.020*08
Corrected to reflect that SP 5200S, SP 5210SF and SP 5210DN does not
require Java VM Card.
Revision D60703-15
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SafeCom Go Ricoh version S87 nnn.020*08
Support for Ricoh MFPs: MP 171, MP 201F, MP 201SPF, MP 2352SP,
MP 2852, MP 2852SP, MP 3352, MP 3352SP, SP 5200S, SP 5210SF.
Support for Ricoh printers: SP 4310N, SP 5200DN, SP 5210DN.
The MP 171, MP 201F and MP 201SPF have a different configuration web
page (2.7.5) and user control panel (3.2). Supports login by card only.
Revision D60703-14
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SafeCom Go Ricoh version S87 nnn.020*04
Updated to reflect SafeCom G3 Server version S82 070.410*07.
Resend configuration (2.8.3).
The document list can now be set up to show newest documents first. The
Configuration web page features the check box "Show newest first".
Revision D60703-13
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SafeCom Go Ricoh version S87 nnn.020*03
Support for Ricoh MFPs: MP C300, MP C400, MP C2051, MP C2551, MP
C3001SP, MP C3501SP, MP C4501SP, MP C5501SP, MP C6501SP and MP
C7501SP.
Support for Ricoh printers: SP C320DN, SP C430DN, and SP C431DN.
The main screen will show the name of the logged in user. If the user is a
Pay user, the credits is also shown.
Support for single sign-on for NSi AutoStore (2.8.17).
New section on How to Uninstall SafeCom Go Ricoh (2.8.21).
Revision D60703-12
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Updated to reflect the introduction of SafeCom G3 Server.
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Revision D60703-11
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SafeCom Go Ricoh version S87 nnn.020*01
Support for device with embedded Java and Java Type J and K devices.
Possible to control default scan settings for E-mail (2.8.11) and Send to
Fax (2.8.12).
Supports SafeCom G3 Server features: Unicode and Enhanced encryption.
Added section: Control max length of encryption keys (2.8.14).
Revision D60703-10
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SafeCom Go Ricoh version S87 nnn.010*29
Introduction of SafeCom P:Go for Ricoh printers (1.4 and 2.7.4).
Device can reference multiple SafeCom servers (2.8.2).
How to install SafeCom Go Ricoh via web page (2.10).
Revision D60703-09
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SafeCom Go Ricoh version S87 nnn.010*28
Support for Windows authentication (2.7.3).
To increase security it is now possible to enable masking of user code
with asterisk (*) when this is entered at the device to login (2.7.3).
Support for High speed print (2.7.3).
Support for single sign-on for Nuance DigiDocFlow (2.8.16).
Users with a network logon can register their card at the device by
entering their Windows logon, password, and domain (3.1.9).
Revision D60703-08
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SafeCom Go Ricoh version S87 nnn.010*25
Updated to reflect SafeCom G2 version S82 070.380*07.
Revision D60703-07
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SafeCom Go Ricoh version S87 nnn.010*25
Address Book support with E-mail and Send to Fax (3.1.7)
Revision D60703-06
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Send documents to LAN Fax-server with Send to Fax (2.8.12 and 3.1.6)
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2
SafeCom Go Ricoh
2.1
Overview
Make sure the SafeCom G3 Server software installation has been completed as
described in theSafeCom Smart Printing Administrator’s Quick Guide D10600.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
2.2
SafeCom Go Ricoh hardware installation:

Newer devices Type F, H, I, J, K, L, N and O (2.2.1).

Legacy devices Type B and C (2.2.2).
Increase heap and stack sizes on Ricoh device (2.3).
Ricoh Java software installation:

Newer devices Type C, F, H, I, J, K, L, N and O (2.4.1).

Legacy device Type B (2.4.2).
SafeCom Go Ricoh software installation (2.5).
Additional configuration (2.6).
SafeCom Go Ricoh hardware installation
Refer to the appropriate section:



2.2.1
If the device has Java embedded connect the USB SafeCom ID Device to
the device’s USB port and proceed to section 2.5.
Newer devices Type F, H, I, J, K, L and O (2.2.1).
Legacy devices Type B (2.2.2).
Newer devices type F, H, I, J, K, L, N, O and U
Install the VM Card (SD card) that was supplied by Ricoh:
1.
2.
3.
Press the operation switch to turn off power. Wait for the On indicator to
go off (stop blinking) and then turn off the main power switch. Disconnect
the power cable.
Locate the printer’s SD card slots (typically located at the rear of the
printer near the RJ-45 network socket). On some printers you have to
remove a plastic cover first.
Insert the SD card labeled VM Card in SD card slot 2 or 3.
Install SafeCom ID Device:
4.
Connect the USB SafeCom ID Device to the device’s USB port.
Reconnect power:
5.
6.
Connect the power cable. Turn on the main power switch. Press the
operation switch to turn on power.
The printer’s control panel displays Please wait… for 30 seconds.
Proceed to section 2.3.
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2.2.2
Legacy devices Type B
SafeCom Ricoh SD ID Kit
mounted on Type B device.
Install the VM Card (SD card) that was supplied by Ricoh:
1.
2.
3.
Press the operation switch to turn off power. Wait for the On indicator to
go off (stop blinking) and then turn off the main power switch. Disconnect
the power cable.
Locate the printer’s SD card slots (typically located at the rear of the
printer near the RJ-45 network socket). On some printers you have to
remove a plastic cover first.
Insert the SD card labeled VM Card in SD card slot 2 or 3.
Install the supplied SafeCom Ricoh SD ID Kit:
4.
5.
6.
Insert the SafeCom Ricoh SD Card into an available SD slot. Insert the
SafeCom Ricoh SD ID Kit in an available interface board slot.
Connect the white female connector at the end of the cable to the
corresponding male 8-pin connector on the SafeCom Ricoh SD Card. It
only fits in one way.
Connect the external power supply (5V, 1.0A) to the SafeCom Ricoh SD ID
Kit.
Install MFP cable and/or SafeCom ID Device:
7.
Connect the SafeCom MFP cable’s white 4-pin connector to the Ricoh
MFP’s FIH connector. The FIH connector is typically located on the right
side of the MFP behind a plastic cover. Connect the blue PS/2 connector
to the serial port of the SafeCom Ricoh SD ID Kit. If a serial SafeCom ID
Device was supplied connect it to the black female connector of the
SafeCom MFP cable. If there is no MFP cable then connect the ID Device
directly to the serial port of the SafeCom Ricoh SD ID Kit. If the Type C
MFP has a USB port (extra Ricoh accessory) a USB SafeCom ID device can
be used. However, the SafeCom Ricoh SD ID Kit still needs to be installed
to have copy control.
Reconnect power:
8.
9.
Connect the power cable. Turn on the main power switch. Press the
operation switch to turn on power.
The printer’s control panel displays Please wait… for 30 seconds.
Proceed to section 2.3.
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2.3
Increase Heap and Stack sizes on Ricoh device
On Ricoh Type C, F, H, I, J, K, L, N and O
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Open a web browser and enter the printer’s address.
Use of JavaScript (Active Scripting) must be enabled.
Click Login and enter Login User Name (admin) and Login Password (by
default there is no password) and then click Login.
Click Configuration on the left menu.
Under Extended Feature Settings click Administrator Tools.
Change Heap Size to 16 MB.
Change Stack Size to 64 KB.
Click Apply.
Restart the printer.
On Ricoh Type B:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
On the printer tap Menu to open Application Manager.
Tap Login. Tap the # button to login. If a password has been set then
enter it and tap #.
Tap the Option tab.
Tap heap/stack size setting.
Tap Heap Size and change value to 16 MB. Tap #.
Tap Stack Size and change value to 64 KB. Tap #.
Tap Setting.
Restart the printer.
Proceed to section 2.4.
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2.4
Ricoh Java software installation
Refer to the appropriate section:
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
2.4.1
Newer devices (2.4.1).
Legacy device Type B (2.4.2).
Newer devices type F, H, I, J, K, L, N and O
Install the JavaTM platform:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Open a web browser and enter the printer’s address.
Use of JavaScript (Active Scripting) must be enabled.
Click Login and enter Login User Name (admin) and Login Password (by
default there is no password) and then click Login.
Click Configuration on the left menu.
Under Extended Feature Settings click Install.
Select SD Card Slot.
Click Display Extended Feature List.
In Install to select SD Card Slot N, where N is the slot with the VM Card.
In Auto Start click On.
On the Extended Feature List click JavaTM Platform.
Click Install.
On the Confirm web page click OK.
Proceed to section 2.5.
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2.4.2
Legacy device type B
Install the Java VM software from the card:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the printer press the User Tools button (<>/123).
Tap Extended Feature Settings.
Tap Extended Features.
Tap the Install tab.
Tap SD Card Slot N, where N is the slot with the VM Card.
JavaTM SVR Platform:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Tap JavaTM SVR Platform.
Tap Run from SD Card Slot N, where N is the slot with the VM Card.
Tap OK.
Information concerning the JavaTM SVR Platform is displayed. Tap OK to
accept and install. The control panel displays: Installing the Extended
Feature…
After installation the control panel displays: Completed Extended
Feature Installation. Tap Exit.
JavaTM Platform:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Tap JavaTM Platform.
Tap Run from SD Card Slot N, where N is the slot with the VM Card..
Allocate the extended feature to the Printer function button, by pressing
the Printer function button. Tap OK.
Information concerning the JavaTM Platform is displayed. Tap OK to
accept and install. The control panel displays: Installing the Extended
Feature…
After installation the control panel displays: Completed Extended
Feature Installation. Tap Exit.
Tap Exit. Tap Exit.
Power cycle printer:
1.
Press the operation switch to turn off power. Wait for the On indicator to
go off (stop blinking) and then turn off the main power switch. Turn the
main power switch on to power on the printer.
Proceed to section 2.5.
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2.5
SafeCom Go Ricoh software installation
2.5.1
Send SafeCom Go Ricoh (*.b87) file
1.
2.
3.
4.
Make sure the printer is powered on and ready.
Start SafeCom Administrator and login to the server.
Invoke the Add device function from the A) Devices menu, B) System
overview or C) SafeCom Assistant as part of step 2 Add a SafeCom Pull
Printer.
Enter the Printer address. Click Next.
Printer address:
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
2.6
Additional configuration
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Information is retrieved from the device to establish the type of device.
Click Next.
On the Settings tab specify the properties of the device (Duplex
supported and Color supported).
Click Add to register the device and save it in the database.
Browse to the SafeCom Go Ricoh Software file. Example: 090xxx.b87.
Click Send to send the SafeCom Go Ricoh Software (*.b87) file to the
device. If file is not present you need to get the file first (2.8.1).
The printer restarts and after a few minutes the printer’s control panel
says Ready. After another 2-7 minutes (depending on model) the control
panel will say Loading SafeCom. After 1-2 minutes more a SafeCom login
message is displayed.
Open the Configuration web page (2.7.3) and specify the SafeCom server
(2.8.2).
How to make SafeCom stay always on top (2.8.9)
Enable copy control and access control to other functions (2.8.10)
Enable E-mail (2.8.11)
Enable Send to Fax (2.8.12)
Enable Address Book (2.8.13)
Enable single sign-on for Nuance DigiDocFlow (2.8.16)
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2.7
SafeCom Go Ricoh web interface
The SafeCom Go Ricoh web interface adheres to the structure and design of the
Ricoh Embedded Web Server. The SafeCom Go Ricoh web interface consists of
two parts, 1) a public part, namely the Information web page and 2) a
password-protected part.
2.7.1
Login to the SafeCom Go Ricoh web interface
1.
Open a web browser and enter the printer’s address followed by
:8080/safecom.
Example: http://172.16.6.55:8080/safecom
Note: Use of JavaScript (Active Scripting) must be enabled.
2.
2.7.2
Click Configuration on the left menu to access the SafeCom
Configuration web page. Enter user name (admin) and password (nimda).
Click OK.
Information web page
The Information web page shows version and configuration summary.
1.
Click SafeCom on the menu to access the Information web page.
If you have a support issue, use Mail to SafeCom Support. In your email to
support@safecom.eu, describe the issue in enough detail that SafeCom can
reproduce the problem.
Note: When the Information web page is opened, the above information and
additional debug information is copied to the clipboard. The information can
be pasted into an editor such as Notepad or into the body of your e-mail
message by pressing CTRL+ V.
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2.7.3
Configuration web page
Use the Configuration web page to configure your SafeCom Go Ricoh MFP, as
described below.
The configuration web page for printers is described in section 2.7.4.
The configuration web page for Ricoh MP 171, MP 201F, and MP 201SPF are
described in 2.7.5.
Under SafeCom Server, click Broadcast to get a complete list of servers to
select from, or enter Group name, SafeCom server TCP port (default is 7500)
and the SafeCom server IP address in Add server. See also 2.8.2.
Note: Broadcast is not available on type B and C devices.
Note: After you click Apply, it takes one minute before the new SafeCom
Server settings take effect. Not waiting long enough may result in a login error
at the printer.
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Under Device enter specific details. Make sure to click Apply in the upper right
corner when you have made your changes.
Device name and Device model are automatically filled-in.
Device location and Contact person are important references for the SafeCom
solution so it’s a good idea to fill them in.
User identification controls how users identify themselves at the MFP. In the
drop-down box select an identification method:




User code
Card
Card or User code
Card or Windows
Identification by card requires connecting an ID Device (card reader). The
option Card or Windows allows the user to login by either card or by entering
their Windows user name, password, and domain. The SafeCom G3 server must
be a member of the domain or trusted by the domain.
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Pre-fill domain: controls how users fill-in the domain field. In the drop-down
box select:



Blank (default).
Default domain
Hide
If users belong to different domains Pre-fill domain should be left Blank. This
means that all users need to enter their domain when they login with their
Windows user name and password.
If most users belong to the same domain select Default domain. Default
domain is then filled-in for users making login easy. Users only need to use
their Windows user name and password.
If all users belong to the same domain select Hide. Users won’t be prompted
for the domain when they login with their Windows user name and password.
Make sure the Default domain is specified, otherwise Pre-fill domain reverts
back to Blank when you click Apply.
Note: The SafeCom G3 server must be a member of the domain or trusted by
the domain.
Mask user code increases security. Use an asterisk (*) to mask the entered user
code.
Print all at login is a printer setting. If selected all user documents are printed
when the user logs in. Documents are printed in chronological order (oldest
first). If checked this overrules the equivalent user property on the SafeCom G3
server.
Show newest first lists and prints documents in a last-in first-out order.
MFP authentication lists the functions you can select that the SafeCom
solution should authenticate. Select as many as appropriate.
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Pull Print – collect documents at any printer.
E-mail - send scanned documents as attachments to e-mail (2.8.11).
Send to Fax – send scanned documents to LAN Fax-server (2.8.12).
Copy - make hardcopies of scanned documents.
Folder - send scanned documents to a network folder.
Fax – send scanned documents via fax.
Scanner – scan documents.
Post track is relevant only with SafeCom Tracking. Refer to SafeCom G3
Administrator’s Manual D60603
High speed print allows faster printing. Print speed becomes comparable to
that of printing the document directly to the printer. One disadvantage is that
other documents submitted via a standard TCP/IP port may print between the
logged in user’s print and copy jobs. Printer output does not necessarily belong
to the logged in user. If directly printed document are submitted via a SafeCom
Push Port that references the same tracking device then these documents are
not printed until after the logged in user’s jobs are done.
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Drivers safeguards document fidelity in the SafeCom solution. When Pull
Printing SafeCom compares the name of the printer driver embedded in the
print job with the list of driver names returned by the SafeCom device. If there
is no match a question mark is displayed in the document list on the device.
This way the user is warned that fidelity is in question and the document may
print incorrectly.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click Get all to retrieve a list of driver names from the SafeCom server.
Click Apply.
Select individual driver names on the list and click Remove to remove
them.
To enter a driver name manually, click Add driver and then Add.
Timeout automatically logs users out after the specified amount of time.
Timeout is configured in seconds with a default of 60. If there the printer
requires intervention (IRQ), timeout is stopped so a user is not logged out while
the issue is being resolved.
Use E-mail if SafeCom handles user authentication for E-mail (E-mail is checked
in MFP authentication). Refer to 2.8.11.
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Use Send to Fax if SafeCom handles user authentication for Send to Fax (Send
to Fax is checked in MFP authentication). Refer to 2.8.12.
Use Address Book to configure Address Book in E-mail and Send to Fax. Refer
to 2.8.13.
Use Encryption to configure the maximum length of encryption keys. Refer to
2.8.14.
Use Restore factory default to reset all settings back to their default values.
Click Restore.
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2.7.4
Configuration web page – printers
Use the Configuration web page to configure your SafeCom Go Ricoh printer.
Identification requires connecting an ID Device (card reader) to the USB port at
the back of the printer.
Under SafeCom Server, click Broadcast to get a complete list of servers to
select from, or enter Group name, SafeCom server TCP port (default is 7500)
and the SafeCom server IP address in Add server. See also 2.8.2.
Note: After you click Apply, it takes one minute before the new SafeCom
Server settings take effect. Not waiting may result in a login error at the
printer.
The Device name and Device model are automatically filled-in.
Device location and Contact person are important references for the SafeCom
solution so it’s a good idea to fill them in.
Post track is only relevant with SafeCom Tracking. Refer to SafeCom G3
Administrator’s Manual D60603
High speed print allows faster printing. Print speed becomes comparable to
that of printing the document directly to the printer. One disadvantage is that
other documents submitted via a standard TCP/IP port may print between the
logged in user’s print and copy jobs. Printer output does not necessarily belong
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to the logged in user. If directly printed document are submitted via a SafeCom
Push Port that references the same tracking device then these documents are
not printed until after the logged in user’s jobs are done.
Drivers safeguards document fidelity in the SafeCom solution. When pull
printing, SafeCom compares the name of the printer driver embedded in the
print job with the list of driver names returned by the SafeCom device. If there
is no match a question mark is displayed in the document list on the device.
This way the user is warned that fidelity is in question and the document may
print incorrectly.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click Get all to retrieve a list of driver names from the SafeCom server.
Click Apply.
Select individual driver names on the list and click Remove to remove
them.
To enter a driver name manually, click Add driver and then Add.
Use Encryption to configure the maximum length of encryption keys. Refer to
2.8.14.
Use Restore factory default to reset all settings back to their default values.
Click Restore.
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2.7.5
Configuration web page - MP 171, MP 201F, MP 201SPF
Use the Configuration web page to configure SafeCom Go Ricoh for the above
models. Identification requires connecting an ID Device (card reader) to the
USB port at the back of the printer.
Under Device enter specific details. Make sure to click Apply in the upper right
corner when you have made your changes.
Device name and Device model are automatically filled-in.
Device location and Contact person are important references for the SafeCom
solution so it’s a good idea to fill them in.
Print all at login is a printer setting. If selected all user documents are printed
when the user logs in. Documents are printed in chronological order (oldest
first). If checked this overrules the equivalent user property on the SafeCom G3
server.
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MFP authentication lists the functions you can select that the SafeCom
solution should authenticate. Select as many as appropriate.



Pull Print – collect documents at any printer.
Copy - make hardcopies of scanned documents.
Scanner – scan documents.
Post track is relevant only with SafeCom Tracking. Refer to SafeCom G3
Administrator’s Manual D60603.
High speed print allows faster printing. Print speed becomes comparable to
that of printing the document directly to the printer. One disadvantage is that
other documents submitted via a standard TCP/IP port may print between the
logged in user’s print and copy jobs. Printer output does not necessarily belong
to the logged in user. If directly printed document are submitted via a SafeCom
Push Port that references the same tracking device then these documents are
not printed until after the logged in user’s jobs are done.
Drivers safeguards document fidelity in the SafeCom solution. When Pull
Printing SafeCom compares the name of the printer driver embedded in the
print job with the list of driver names returned by the SafeCom device. If there
is no match a question mark is displayed in the document list on the device.
This way the user is warned that fidelity is in question and the document may
print incorrectly.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click Get all to retrieve a list of driver names from the SafeCom server.
Click Apply.
Select individual driver names on the list and click Remove to remove
them.
To enter a driver name manually, click Add driver and then Add.
Timeout automatically logs users out after the specified amount of time.
Timeout is configured in seconds with a default of 60. If there the printer
requires intervention (IRQ), timeout is stopped so a user is not logged out while
the issue is being resolved.
Use Encryption to configure the maximum length of encryption keys. Refer to
2.8.14.
Use Restore factory default to reset all settings back to their default values.
Click Restore.
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2.7.6
Register web page
Use the Register web page to register the device with the SafeCom server. The
printer can be used with SafeCom once it has been registered with the SafeCom
server.
1.
2.
Enter the User logon and PIN code of a user with Technician or
Administrator rights. The user must have a PIN code.
Click Register.
The device can also be registered with the SafeCom solution by:

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Logging in at the device with Technician or Administrator rights.
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2.7.7
Log web page
Use the Log web page to enable, disable and view log information.
Only enable logging if advised to do so as part of a troubleshooting process.
1.
2.
Click Enable to start logging.
Click Disable to stop logging (text changes on the button).
If the printer has a hard disk, logging data will be written to the hard disk for
best performance. When the log file reaches the 1Mb maximum the log file is
overwritten with new data.
2.7.8
Language web page
Use the Language web page to select language.
The new language takes effect the next time someone logs in at the printer.
1.
2.
Select a Language.
Click Apply.
All language texts are stored in the XML file captions.xml. Additional languages
can be added to this file if required.
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2.7.9
Password web page
Use the Password web page to change the password.
2.7.10 Advanced web page
Use the Advanced web page to configure parameters required for SafeCom Go
Ricoh to authenticate the Nuance DigiDocFlow solution (2.8.16) NSi AutoStore
(2.8.17) or Extended Feature Shortcut (0.)
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2.8
SafeCom Go Ricoh – How to
The following subsections contain step-by-step instructions for some common
administrator tasks.
2.8.1
Get the SafeCom Go Ricoh software
The SafeCom Go Ricoh software files (*.b87) and SafeCom Go Ricoh uninstall
files (*.uin) were installed from the SafeCom CD or can be downloaded using
the SafeCom Administrator function Check for updates.
Alternatively a software package can be downloaded:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Download the safecom_go_ricoh_xxx.exe file from the link supplied to
you.
Double-click the safecom_go_ricoh_xxx.exe file.
Click Next.
Choose the destination folder. Click Next.
Normally the destination folder is:
C:\Program Files\SafeCom\SafeComG3\device_software
5.
6.
Click Install.
Click Finish.
To install software via Ricoh’s deployment tool, RiDeploy, use the files located
in the Ricoh type specific subfolders, /ricoh_deploy_files_type_?
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Specify SafeCom server
1.
2.
Open the Configuration web page (2.7.3).
To exclude broadcast results from SafeCom servers that do not
belong to a particular SafeCom group in a multi-server solution,
enter the Group name.
3.
Click Broadcast. It takes approx. 5 seconds for the broadcast results
to populate the SafeCom server IP address list.
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If the SafeCom server has multiple IP addresses there will be an entry
for each. If the SafeCom server is clustered you must ensure that it is
only the entry matching the IP address of the virtual server and not
the nodes.
In a multi server solution click Move up and Move down to prioritize
the order in which the servers are contacted in case the first one on
the list becomes unavailable.
If the device is added via SafeCom Administrator the list of SafeCom
servers will include the list of prioritized failover servers. For
additional information about failover servers refer to SafeCom G3
Administrator’s Manual D60603
If broadcasting fails you may have to directly enter the IP address in
Add server and click Add.
4.
Click Apply.
Note: After you click Apply, it takes one minute before the new
SafeCom Server settings take effect. Wait, otherwise there may be a
login error at the printer.
2.8.3
Resend configuration
If a device added in the SafeCom Administrator is not configured correctly, or if
the device must be reconfigured to a different server, it is possible to resend
configuration details (Server address and Group name) to the device.
1.
2.
Browse to Devices in the SafeCom Administrator.
Right-click the device and click Resend configuration.
The configuration details are now sent to the device and the configuration is
successful when Server is reconfigured appears.
Note: The Resend configuration functionality does not work with devices that
are SafeCom enabled via the device server.
2.8.4
Register device
1.
2.
3.
Open the Register web page.
Enter the User logon and PIN code of a user with Technician or
Administrator rights. The user must have a PIN code.
Click Register.
Once the device is registered it appears in SafeCom Administrator. The device
can also be registered with the SafeCom solution when:
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Login at the device if the user has Technician or Administrator rights.
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2.8.5
Set password to prevent unauthorized access
1.
2.
3.
Open the Password web page (2.7.9).
Enter the Old password, New password and Confirm new password. The
password is 8 characters maximum.
Click Apply.
Warning: Make sure to store the password in a secure place. If you forget the
password you need to uninstall SafeCom Go Ricoh.
2.8.6
Check SNMP settings
If SNMP v1/v2 is disabled, SafeCom Go Ricoh is unable to obtain the correct
MAC address of the printer and will report the MAC address 111badadd111
instead. Follow these steps to check and correct the SNMP settings.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
2.8.7
Open the printer’s web page by entering its IP address in a web browser.
Click Login and supply the user name (admin) and password (blank).
Click Configuration on the menu.
Click Network on the menu.
Enable SNMPv1/v2 Function.
Click Apply.
Select user identification – user code or card
Identification by card requires the installation of a SafeCom ID Device (card
reader) and possibly a SafeCom Go Ricoh SD ID Kit.
1.
2.
3.
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Open the Configuration web page (2.7.3).
Change User identification from to Card, Card or User code, or Card or
Windows.
Click Apply.
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2.8.8
Login with Windows without specifying the domain
It is possible to login by entering your Windows user name, password, and
domain. If all users belong to the same domain you can avoid prompting users
to enter the domain at the device.
1.
2.
3.
4.
2.8.9
Open the Configuration web page (2.7.3).
Specify a Default domain.
Change Pre-fill domain to Hide.
Click Apply.
How to make SafeCom stay always on top
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
On the device press the User Tools button (<>/123).
Tap System Settings and then tap the General Features tab.
Tap Function Priority and then tap JavaTM/X. Tap OK.
Tap Print Priority and then tap the Display Mode tab. Tap OK.
Tap Exit.
Tap Extended Feature Settings and then tap Extended Feature Settings.
Tap the Startup Setting tab. Tap Priority next to SafeCom Go if SafeCom
is not selected under Extended Feature Name.
Tap Exit and then Exit to leave User tools.
2.8.10 Enable copy control and access control to other functions
To enable copy control and access control to other functions, on all devices
(except types B and C):
Have your Ricoh technician bring the Ricoh device into SP mode.
SP-5401 Access Control:
Default Document ACL (103) set to 3
Commit changes by pressing the # key
SDK Certification Device (230) set to 00000001
Commit changes by pressing the # key
SP-5113 Optional Counter Type
External Optional Counter Type (1) set to 1:Expansion Device 1
Commit changes by pressing the OK button. Then press Exit and Exit.
SP-5113-2 (Only applicable to devices using S87 210.xxx)
Has to be set to “1”. User tools “Enhanced external charge unit
management” has to be enabled.
See also section 2.8.15 Control user access rights.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
On the printer press the User Tools button (<>/123).
On the touch-screen, tap System Settings and then tap Administrator
Tools tab.
Tap Enhanced External charge Unit Management and select the
functions you want to have access control for. The relevant functions
include Copier, Document Server, Facsimile and Scanner). Do NOT
select the Printer and JavaTM/X function.
Press OK to save changes.
Tap Exit and Exit to leave User Tools.
Open the Configuration web page (2.7.3).
Check Copy in MFP authentication. Please check the additional functions
that are controlled by SafeCom.
Make your selections in the E-mail (2.8.11) and Send to Fax (2.8.12)
sections.
Click Apply.
Restart the device.
On Type C and B devices:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
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On the printer press the User Tools button (<>/123).
On the touch-screen, tap System Settings and then tap Administrator
Tools tab.
Tap Key Counter Management and select the Copier function and
deselect the Printer function. Tap OK.
Tap User Authentication Management.
Select Off. Tap OK. If you intend to have a mix of user authentication
methods, you should ensure that no other methods are conflicting with
the ones controlled by SafeCom (that is Copy and/or Scan).
Tap Exit and Exit to leave User Tools.
Open the Configuration web page (2.7.3).
Check Copy in MFP authentication. Please check the additional functions
that are controlled by SafeCom.
Make your selections in the E-mail (2.8.11) and Send to Fax (2.8.12)
sections.
Click Apply.
Restart the device.
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2.8.11 Enable E-mail
SafeCom Go Ricoh comes with its own intuitive E-mail function (3.1.5).
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the Configuration web page (2.7.3).
Check E-mail in MFP authentication.
Make your selections in the E-mail section.
Click Apply.
By default the From: field is not Editable and the To: field is Editable. By
default, both fields are pre-filled with the User e-mail.
Default From: address: Can be pre-filled with User e-mail, Device name, Blank
or Default From: address.
An e-mail sent with pre-filled User e-mail of the user John Smith with the email address js@safecom.eu will appear as:
From: js@safecom.eu
If the user does not have an e-mail address, the Default From: address is used.
If this is not configured then no_reply@safecom.invalid is used. An e-mail sent
from pre-filled Device name MP 2550 will appear as:
From: MP 2550 <no_reply@safecom.invalid>
where no_reply@safecom.invalid is replaced with the what is specified in
Default From: address.
Default To: address: This field can be pre-filled with User e-mail, Blank or
Default To: address. The CC: and BCC: fields are only editable if the To: field
is editable.
SMTP Server: This must be configured with the address (IP address or
hostname) of the mail system.
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Default domain is the optional e-mail domain that is appended if the @
character is not found in the text entered in the To:, CC: and BCC: fields.
Example: The software will automatically expand ‘js’ to ‘js@safecom.eu’ if the
specified default domain is safecom.eu.
Default subject is the optional text that appears as the subject of the e-mail.
Default body is the optional text that appears in the body of the e-mail.
Address Book buttons are available in the E-mail dialog on the services touchscreen if you check Show (3.1.5.)
Default file attachment can be Single-file or Multi-file.
Default scan format can be TIFF or PDF.
Default color mode can be Color, Grayscale, or Mono.
Default job build can be Yes or No defining whether or not several documents
are scanned into a single file by default.
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2.8.12 Enable Send to Fax
SafeCom Go Ricoh comes with its own intuitive Send to Fax function (3.1.6).
Note: The SafeCom Go Send to Fax function is a LAN Fax-server solution. If you
want to use the built-in phone line solution, then you must disable Counting
control for the Facsimile function (2.8.10).
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the Configuration web page (2.7.3).
Check Send to Fax in MFP authentication.
Make your selections in the Send to Fax section.
Click Apply.
By default the From: field is not Editable and can be pre-filled with User email, Device name, Blank or Default From: address.
A fax sent with pre-filled User e-mail of the user John Smith with the e-mail
address js@safecom.eu will appear as:
From: js@safecom.eu
Default From: address: Use if the user does not have an e-mail address. If this
is not configured then no_reply@safecom.invalid is used. A fax sent from prefilled Device name MP 2550 will appear as:
From: MP 2550 <no_reply@safecom.invalid>
where no_reply@safecom.invalid is replaced with the what is specified in
Default From: address.
Scan format should specify whether scanning is in TIFF or PDF format.
Default domain is the optional fax domain that is appended if no @ character is
found in the text entered in the To: field. For example, the software will
automatically expand the phone number ‘12345667’ to ‘12345667@safecom.eu’
if the specified default domain is safecom.eu.
Default subject is for optional fax subject text.
Default body is for optional text for the body of the fax.
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Address Book buttons are shown on the device’s touch screen in the Send to
Fax. Click Show. (3.1.5).
2.8.13 Enable Address Book
SafeCom Go Ricoh can use the Ricoh Address Book with E-mail (3.1.5) and Send
to Fax (3.1.6).
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the Configuration web page (2.7.3).
Scroll to the Address Book section at the bottom of the page.
Enter User name and Password of the administrator of the Ricoh MFP.
Click Apply.
Note: Refer to the documentation l that came with the Ricoh MFP in order to
learn how to build and maintain the Address Book.
Note: Address Book support is NOT available on Type B models.
2.8.14 Control max length of encryption keys1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the Configuration web page (2.7.3).
Scroll to the Encryption section at the bottom of the page.
Asymmetric key max length can be: Default, 512, 1024 or 2048.
Symmetric key max length can be: Default, 128 or 256.
Click Apply.
Choose Default to leave it to the device to decide if it has sufficient processing
power and memory to comply with the length of the encryption keys that has
been specified on the Encryption tab in the Server properties dialog of the
SafeCom G3 server.
SafeCom control data to and from the device is always encrypted. Pull printed
documents are sent encrypted to the device only if Encryption is checked in
the Device properties dialog and if the user has Encrypt documents checked
on the Settings tab in the User properties dialog. Otherwise print data is NOT
encrypted.
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2.8.15 Control user access rights
When using SafeCom G3 Server version S82 070.440*03 or newer, you can
control users’ access rights to specific features via SafeCom Administrator,
refer to SafeCom G3 Administrator’s Manual D60603. You can control access
rights to the following features:

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
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
Copy
E-mail
Scan
Fax
Print all
2.8.16 Enable single sign-on for Nuance DigiDocFlow
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the Advanced web page (2.7.10).
Enter Computer IP address and Port (default 21) of the computer hosting
the Nuance DigiDocFlow solution.
Enter User name and Password required to access the Nuance
DigiDocFlow solution. The External authentication section is only used
for NSi AutoStore (2.8.16). Leave Enable unchecked.
Click Apply.
2.8.17 Enable single sign-on for NSi AutoStore


From SafeCom obtain the file scNotifyExtAuth.dll.
From NSi AutoStore obtain the client2 package that contains ASEQAT.exe.
Note: Both SafeCom server and AutoStore MUST be in the same domain3.
SafeCom service MUST be started by a user with remote access rights on the
AutoStore server.
The steps below need to be repeated on each SafeCom server:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Run the ASEQAT.exe as administrator and enter the IP address of the
AutoStore Server. After installation you should see a new service called
ASEQAT.
Stop the SafeCom Service and copy the scNotifyExtAuth.dll into the
SafeCom installation folder.
Right-click SafeCom Service and click Properties.
Click Log on tab and click This account. Enter the name and password of
an account that has remote access rights on the AutoStore server.
Click OK.
Restart the SafeCom Service.
Note: The SafeCom Service loads the IP address of the AutoStore server when
it is started. This implies that a change of the AutoStore server’s IP address
should be followed by a restart of the SafeCom Service.
2
The client package is generic in nature, but is most likely known as ”AutoStore
EquiTrac Client”.
3
At this point in time no testing has been performed with trusted domains.
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The steps below need to be performed on the Ricoh device:
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Open the Advanced web page (2.7.10).
Check Enable under External authentication. Leave all other fields at
their default.
Click Apply.
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2.8.18 Enable Extended Feature Shortcut
To add a shortcut to the SafeCom main screen that takes users to another
application, add the “Extended Feature Shortcut.”
Note: Not available on all Ricoh models.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Open the Advanced web page (2.7.10).
Check Enable under Extended Feature Shortcut.
Enter the software ID number in Product ID.
Enter the name you want displayed on the SafeCom Main Screen in Label.
Click Apply.
2.8.19 Restore factory default
1.
2.
Open the Configuration web page (2.7.3).
Click Restore.
2.8.20 Determine the version
The version of the SafeCom Go Ricoh software can be determined from the
Information web page.
1.
Open the Information web page (2.7.2).
The version can also be seen in the Device properties dialog in SafeCom
Administrator.
2.8.21 Uninstall SafeCom Go Ricoh
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Make sure the printer is powered on and ready.
Start SafeCom Administrator and login to the server.
Right-click the Ricoh device and click Update software.
Browse to the SafeCom Go Ricoh uninstall file. Example: 090xxx.uin.
Click Send to send the SafeCom Go Ricoh Software (*.uin) file to the
device. If file is not present you need to get the file first (2.8.1).
After uninstall the device will restart.
Note: If the device gets stuck with the message “Please wait”, then
restart it again.
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2.9
All printing through SafeCom
Follow the steps below to restrict printing to SafeCom.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Open the printer’s web page by entering its IP address in a web browser.
Click Login and supply the user name (admin) and password (blank).
Click Configuration on the menu.
Under Security click Access Control.
Enter the IP Address of the SafeCom server as both the start and end
point of the Access Control Range.
Click OK.
You may also need to disable selected network printing protocols, such as the
Internet Printing Protocol (IPP).
7.
2.10
Under Network click the protocols you want to disable.
Install SafeCom Go Ricoh via web page
Before proceeding, check that the device_software folder (2.8.1) contains the
Ricoh type specific subfolders, /ricoh_deploy_files_type_?
Type C, F, I, J, L and N:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Open a web browser and enter the printer’s address.
Use of JavaScript (Active Scripting) must be enabled.
Click Login and enter Login User Name (admin) and Login Password (by
default there is no password) and then click Login.
Click Configuration on the left menu.
Under Extended Feature Settings click Install.
Select Local File and click Browse… to locate the Ricoh type specific
subfolders, /ricoh_deploy_files_type_? and select the
nnnxxx_servlet.zip file. Click Open.
Click Display Extended Feature List.
Leave Install to as is.
In Auto Start click On.
On the Extended Feature List click RicohServlet.
Click Install.
On the Confirm web page click OK.
Install SafeCom Go (SafeCom Go Xlet):
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
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Select Local File and click Browse… to locate the Ricoh type specific
subfolders, /ricoh_deploy_files_type_? and select the
nnnxxx_xlet.zip file. Click Open.
Click Display Extended Feature List.
Leave Install to as is.
In Auto Start click On.
On the Extended Feature List click SafeCom Go.
Click Install.
On the Confirm web page click OK.
Restart the printer.
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Types H, K and O:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
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Open a web browser and enter the printer’s address.
Use of JavaScript (Active Scripting) must be enabled.
Click Login and enter Login User Name (admin) and Login Password (by
default there is no password) and then click Login.
Click Configuration on the left menu.
Under Extended Feature Settings click Install.
Select Local File and click Browse… to locate the Ricoh type specific
subfolders, /ricoh_deploy_files_type_h and select the
080xxx_servlet.zip file. Click Open.
Click Display Extended Feature List.
In Install to select SD Card Slot 1, where 1 is the slot with the VM Card.
In Auto Start click On.
On the Extended Feature List click RicohServlet.
Click Install.
On the Confirm web page click OK.
Restart the printer.
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3.1
Ricoh Aficio MFPs
3.1.1
Control panel
3.1.2
Login
The recommended login sequences are described in the following.
Login with card:
1.
2.
3.
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Press the Other Function function button on the device. (Type B devices,
press the Printer function button and tap JavaTM Platform.) This will
give you the SafeCom login screen Use card to login.
Use card reader.
Tap the Pull Print or E-mail icon or press the Copy function button.
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Login with card and PIN code:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the Other Function button on the device. (Type B devices, press
the Printer function button and tap JavaTM Platform.) This will give you
the SafeCom login screen Use card to login.
Use card reader.
Enter PIN code on the keypad or touch-screen. Tap OK.
Tap the Pull Print or E-mail icon or press the Copy function button.
Login with user code:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the Other Function button on the device. (Type B devices press
Printer function button and tap JavaTM Platform.) This opens the
SafeCom login screen Touch screen to login.
Tap the screen.
Enter User code on the touch-screen. Tap OK.
Tap the Pull Print or E-mail icon or press the Copy function button.
Login with user code and PIN code:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the Other Function button on the device. (Type B devices press
Printer function button and tap JavaTM Platform.) This will give you the
SafeCom login screen Touch screen to login.
Tap the screen.
Tap User code and enter User code on the touch-screen. Tap OK.
Tap PIN code and enter PIN code on the keypad or touch-screen. Tap OK.
Tap the Pull Print or E-mail icon or press the Copy function button.
Login with Windows:
If User identification (2.8.7) is Card or Windows it is possible to login by
either using your card or entering your Windows login credentials:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press the Other Function button on the device. (Type B devices press
Printer function button and tap JavaTM Platform.) This will give you the
SafeCom login screen Touch screen to login.
Tap the screen.
Tap User name and enter User name on the touch-screen. Tap OK.
Tap Password and enter Password on the touch-screen. Tap OK.
Tap Domain and enter Domain on the touch-screen. Tap OK.
The solution can be configured to NOT prompt for the domain (2.8.8).
Tap Login.
Note: User name and Password cannot be blanks.
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3.1.3
Pull print
Tap Pull Print to access the Document list that allows you to print individual
documents. Documents are listed chronologically with the newest at the top. If
Print all at login is checked, documents pending collection are printed first.
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In the document list a document with a preceding R shows the document is
retained. A delegated document will have a preceding D. Tap the Info button to
see information about who delegated the document. A group print document
will have a preceding G. The figure 0.35 is the cost of the document.







3.1.4
Tap Print all to print all documents, excluding any retained documents.
Documents are printed in chronological order (oldest first).
Tap Print to print the selected documents.
Tap Retain if you want the selected documents to remain on the list
(server) after they have been printed.
Tap Delete to delete the selected documents.
Tap Info for information about the selected documents, including cost,
driver name, use of color and duplex.
Tap Refresh to update the list of documents with pending documents that
have finished spooling after the user logged in.
Use the physical keypad or the up and down buttons to enter the number
of Copies you want of the selected documents. Press the red Clear/Stop
button to reset copies to 1.
Copy
After login (3.1.2) press the Copy function button and then the Start button to
copy the documents placed in the automatic document feeder (ADF).
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3.1.5
E-mail
Tap the E-mail icon.
The To: field can be pre-filled with the User e-mail, Blank or Default To:
address.
The From: field can be pre-filled with User e-mail, Device name, Blank or
Default From: address. See 2.8.11.
To enter an email address, tap the field enter the address using the touchscreen, keypad, or Address Book button to the right of the field (3.1.7).
Tap Scan to scan the document.
Tap Back to go back to the main-screen.
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Tap Configure to choose scan properties. Scanned documents are always in a
PDF format.
Scan properties include:



Orientation [Long edge, Short edge]
Sides [1-sided, 2-sided]
Original [Mixed, Photo, Text]





Attachment [PDF | TIFF]
Color mode [Color, Grayscale, B/W]
Resolution (dpi) [200, 300, 600]
Single file attachment [Yes, No]
Job Build [Yes, No] – allows multiple documents to be scanned to a single
file. By default Job Build is turned off.
Tap OK to return to sending e-mail.
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3.1.6
Send to Fax
Tap the Send to Fax icon.
In the To: and CC: field enter the receiver’s fax number.
The From: field can be pre-filled with User e-mail, Device name, Blank or
Default From: address. See 2.8.12.
Tap To, CC and Subject and use the touch-screen keypad or the Address Book
to the right of the field (3.1.7) to enter fax recipient(s) and subject.
Tap Send to scan and fax the document.
Tap Back to return to the main-screen.
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3.1.7
Address Book
Enable the Ricoh MFP’s Address Book (2.8.13) and use it for easy selection of Email (3.1.5) and Send to Fax (3.1.6) recipients. Address Book support is NOT
available on Type B models.
Tap any Address Book button in E-mail or Send to Fax. In Find enter the text
to perform a case insensitive search for recipients. Tap OK.
E-mail recipients look like this:
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Send to Fax recipients look like this:
Select the recipients and tap Add.
3.1.8
Logout
There is a configurable Timeout with a default time of 60 seconds. Users are
logged out if the device is idle for this period of time.
To logout actively:


3.1.9
Tap Logout in the List of icons.
Use card again (if a card reader is connected and you logged in by card).
Register card at device
There are two ways the user can register a card at the device:
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Register card with Windows logon
User must have a network logon and the User identification (2.7.3) must
include card.

Register card with PUK code
PUK code must be supplied to the user in advance, typically via e-mail.
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3.1.10 Register card with Windows logon
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Use card reader.

If there are any available PUK codes on the system tap Cancel in the
Please enter PUK dialog. The Login to register card dialog appears.

If there are NO available PUK codes the user gets the Login to
register card dialog. To abort the registration of the card tap
Cancel in this dialog.
Tap User name and enter User name on the touch-screen. Tap OK.
Tap Password and enter Password on the touch-screen. Tap OK.
Tap Domain and enter Domain on the touch-screen. Tap OK.
The solution can be configured to NOT prompt for the domain (2.8.8).
Tap Login.
Note: User name and Password cannot be blanks.
3.1.11 Register card with PUK code
1.
2.
3.
4.
Use card reader. If the card is unknown and there is an available PUK
code in the SafeCom system the user is asked to enter his PUK code.
Enter PUK code on the keypad or touch-screen.
Tap PIN code and enter PIN code on the keypad or touch-screen.
Tap PIN again and enter PIN again on the keypad or touch-screen.
The card is now registered with the user.
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3.2
Ricoh Aficio MP 171, SP 201F, SP 201SPF
3.2.1
Control Panel
3.2.2
Login with card
Use card reader
3.2.3
Pull Print
Press the start key to start printing all jobs sent to the device.
3.2.4
Copy
Press the Copy function button and then the Start button to copy the
documents placed in the automatic document feeder (ADF).
3.2.5
Logout
Press the Logout selection key.
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4.1
Pull Print
1.
2.
3.
Use card reader.
If there are documents to be printed the data LED starts flashing and the
documents are printed.
User is logged out.
Note: As there is no communication with the device’s display the user’s
name or credits are not displayed.
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Troubleshooting
5.1
SafeCom Go Ricoh Device Trace Facility
Use the Mail to SafeCom Support button on the SafeCom Go Ricoh Information
web page (2.7.2) to collect information from the device, such as version and
last printer states.
The SafeCom Go Ricoh log facility is also useful in troubleshooting situations,
but it should only be enabled upon request from SafeCom support personnel.
The log facility is enabled on the SafeCom Go Ricoh Log web page (2.7.7).
5.2
SafeCom Help Desk Assistant
We want your SafeCom solution to be one that reduces not only print costs, but
is also easy to support. In the following you will find useful troubleshoot hints.
The most common problems reported by end-users have been compiled into an
online SafeCom Help Desk Assistant available at safecom.eu/help
5.3
SafeCom Administrator: Cannot add Pull
Device with no MAC Address
If the SafeCom Administrator reports: Cannot add pull device with no MAC
address, then try the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Open a web browser and enter the printer’s address.
Use of JavaScript (Active Scripting) must be enabled.
Click Login and enter Login User Name (admin) and Login Password (by
default there is no password) and then click Login.
Click Configuration on the left menu.
Under Network click IPv6.
For IPv6 click Disable.
For Stateless Address Auto Configuration click Disable.
Click OK.
Restart the printer.
If the above still fails then install the software through the web page (2.10).
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Regulatory information
WARNING NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures
—Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
—Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
—Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
—Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by SafeCom a/s
could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment according to part 15
of the FCC rules.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15
of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such
interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in which case the
user will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
CE conformance: This product has been developed and produced in accordance
with the EMC directive and the Low Voltage directive and therefore carries the
CE mark.
EMC directive: This product observes the rules and regulations of the EMC
directive. If so required, a declaration of conformity in local language
stipulating the applied rules and regulations can be obtained.
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Index
Copy Control, 24, 30
Default job build, 40
Document history, 13
Help Desk Assistant, 60
High speed print, 24, 27, 30
Idle timeout, 25, 30
Inactivity timeout, 25, 30
Install software
SafeCom Go Ricoh, 20
Job Build, 40, 53
Manuals, 12
MFP authentication, 24, 30
Patent, 2
Post track, 24, 27, 30
Print all at login, 24, 29
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Resend Configuration, 35
SafeCom Go Ricoh, 5, 8, 15
Printer firmware, 6, 7
SafeCom Help Desk Assistant, 60
Send to e-mail, 24, 30
Send to folder, 24, 30
System requirements
SafeCom Go Ricoh, 5, 8
Timeout, 25, 30
Trace facility, 60
Tracking data adjustment, 24, 27, 30
Trademarks, 2
Troubleshooting, 60
Update software
SafeCom Go Ricoh, 20
User code, 23
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