Ricoh TotalFlow PM Total Flow Solutions Setup Guide

Ricoh TotalFlow PM Total Flow Solutions Setup Guide
Operating Instructions
Setup Guide
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Before Installing TotalFlow PM
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Installing or Updating TotalFlow PM
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After Installing TotalFlow PM
Read this manual carefully before you use this product and keep it handy for future reference.
Important
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW:
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THE SUPPLIER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE RESULT OF OPERATION OF THIS APPLICATION OR THE USE OF THIS DOCUMENT.
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THE SUPPLIER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR DAMAGES OR LOSS OF ANY
DOCUMENT OR DATA PRODUCED BY USING THIS APPLICATION.
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THE SUPPLIER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR INDIRECT DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES FOR LOSS
OF PROFITS, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION OR LOSS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION, AND
THE LIKE) CAUSED BY FAILURE OF THIS APPLICATION OR LOSS OF DOCUMENTS OR
DATA, NOR FOR ANY OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THIS APPLICATION, IF THE SUPPLIER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
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DO NOT REMOVE OR INSERT ANY DISK OR LICENSE KEYS (DONGLES) WHILE OPERATING THIS APPLICATION.
Cautions Regarding this Guide and General Use of this
Application
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Some illustrations or explanations in this guide may differ from your application due to improvement or change in the application.
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The contents of this document are subject to change without notice.
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No part of this document may be duplicated, replicated, reproduced in any form, modified or
quoted without prior consent of the supplier.
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It is possible that documents or data stored in the computer will be damaged or lost due to user
error during operation or software error. Be sure to back up all important data beforehand. Important documents and data should always be copied or backed up. Users are responsible for
taking protective measures against computer viruses, worms, and other harmful software.
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Guides for this Application
The following guides are available for this application.
Instruc tion Manuals
These instruction manuals are included:
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Setup Guide (Printed/PDF)
This guide explains setup and startup procedures for this application.
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User's Guide (HTML/PDF)
This guide explains the functions and basic operations of this application.
Adobe Acrobat Reader or Adobe Reader is required to view the PDF documentation. You can view
the HTML documentation using a Web browser.
Help
Help uses explanatory balloons to explain each of the settings, their values, and how to configure
them. In this guide, this type of help is referred to as “on-screen balloon help”.
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How to Read the Doc umentation
B efore Us ing This Appli cation
This manual contains instructions and cautions for correct use of this application. Before using this
application, read this manual thoroughly and completely. Keep this manual handy for future
reference.
H ow to Us e the Ma nu als a nd H elp
Use the instruction manuals and balloon help according to your needs.
To l e a rn h o w t o i n s t a l l a n d s t a rt t h i s a p p l i c a t i o n
See the Setup Guide.
To l e a rn a b o u t t h e f u n c t i o n s a n d b a s i c o p e ra t i o n s o f t h i s a p p l i c a ti o n
See the User's Guide.
To l e a rn a b o u t c o n f i g u ri n g o n -s c re e n s e t t i n g s , c o rre c t e n t r y, e t c .
See the on-screen balloon help.
Dis p la y in g the in s truc tio n man u als (S et up Gu ide a nd Us e r' s G uid e )
Use these procedures to display the instruction manuals (HTML/PDF).
The descriptions in the HTML and PDF formats of the instruction manuals are the same.
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To display the HTML User's Guide:
– In the TotalFlow PM user interface, click
bar, then click [ H e l p ] .
, the help button, at the right of the menu
– If you are not logged in to TotalFlow PM, enter this URL in a Web browser: http://hostname:15888/help/index.jsp. The name of the computer where TotalFlow PM is installed is hostname.
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To display the PDF manuals, click [ S t a r t ] , point to [ A l l P r o g ra ms ] , then [To t a l F l o w P M] , and
then click either [ S e t u p G u i d e ] or [ U s e r ' s G u i d e ] .
Displaying balloon help
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When you mouse over certain items on the pages of the user interface (point without clicking),
help for that item appears inside a balloon.
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When you mouse over a property in a dialog,
the property name. Click
, the question mark button, appears next to
to see balloon help for the property. In the balloon help, click
to display the related page in the HTML User's Guide.
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Symbols
The following symbols are used in this manual to help you to identify content quickly.
This symbol indicates points to pay attention to when using the application.
Be sure to read these explanations.
This symbol indicates supplementary information that you may find helpful,
but not essential to completing a task.
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[Bold]
B o l d t y p e inside square brackets indicates the names of keys, menus,
menu items, windows, field labels, settings, and buttons.
Bold
B o l d t y p e indicates the names of commands. It also introduces new terms.
Italic
Italic type indicates variables that you must replace with your own
information.
Monospace
Monospace type indicates computer input and output and file names.
{}
In messages and other elements of the user interface, curly brackets indicate variables that a program replaces with its own information.
...
An ellipsis indicates that a series can continue.
Tr a d e m a r k s
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, Windows Vista, and Internet Explorer are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Adobe, Acrobat, Flash, and PostScript are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe
Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
Fiery is a registered trademark of Electronics for Imaging, Inc. in the U.S. and/or certain other
countries. EFI is a trademark of Electronics for Imaging, Inc. in the U.S. and/or certain other
countries.
Firefox is a registered trademark of the Mozilla Foundation.
UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries.
Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and might be trademarks of
their respective companies. We disclaim any and all rights to those marks.
The proper names of the Windows operating systems are as follows:
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The product names of Windows XP are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional
Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition
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The product names of Windows Vista are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Ultimate
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Business
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Premium
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Home Basic
Microsoft® Windows Vista® Enterprise
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The product names of Windows 7 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Home Premium
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Professional
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Ultimate
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Enterprise
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The product names of Windows Server 2003 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 Standard Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 Enterprise Edition
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The product names of Windows Server 2003 R2 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2 Standard Edition
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Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition
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The product names of Windows Server 2008 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 Standard
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 Enterprise
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The product names of Windows Server 2008 R2 are as follows:
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 Enterprise
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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
Introduction
Important ................................................................................................. 1
Cautions Regarding this Guide and General Use of this Application ............................... 1
Guides for this Application.............................................................................. 2
How to Read the Documentation ...................................................................... 3
Before Using This Application.......................................................................... 3
How to Use the Manuals and Help..................................................................... 3
Symbols .................................................................................................. 6
Trademarks .............................................................................................. 7
1 Before Installing TotalFlow PM
Overview of TotalFlow PM ................................................................................12
Before Setting Up ..........................................................................................13
Setup Flow ..............................................................................................13
Computer Requirements...............................................................................14
Installing Prerequisite Programs .........................................................................18
Installing Windows Services for UNIX ................................................................18
Activating and Updating Windows Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications.....................19
Installing ActivePerl ....................................................................................20
2 Installing or Updating TotalFlow PM
Backing up Data ...........................................................................................22
Installing TotalFlow PM....................................................................................24
Disabling the LPD Server .................................................................................27
Installing the LPR Client...................................................................................28
On a 32-bit Windows System..........................................................................28
On a 64-bit Windows System..........................................................................29
Installing the FTP Server..................................................................................30
Restoring Data .............................................................................................32
3 After Installing TotalFlow PM
Configuring Client Computers ............................................................................36
Configuring Internet Explorer and Installing Adobe Flash Player and Adobe
Reader ...............................................................................................37
Configuring Mozilla Firefox and Installing Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Reader..............41
Configuring Google Chrome and Installing Adobe Reader.........................................44
Logging in to TotalFlow PM ...............................................................................48
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Starting and Stopping TotalFlow PM .....................................................................50
Configuring TotalFlow PM.................................................................................51
Uninstalling TotalFlow PM.................................................................................53
INDEX
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1 . B e f o r e I n s t a l l i n g To t a l F l o w P M
♦ Overview of TotalFlow PM
♦ Before Setting Up
♦ Installing Prerequisite Programs
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O v e rv i e w o f To t a l F l o w P M
TotalFlow PM lets you manage your printing processes on up to five printers from a single Web
browser-based user interface. TotalFlow PM is installed as a server and the user interface acts as
a client.
TotalFlow PM provides a central location for assigning jobs to printers and managing print jobs. It
routes and tracks incoming, processing, and completed jobs and lets you edit job tickets until the
last minute. TotalFlow PM lets you change print order, change output printers, and reprint jobs
easily.
TotalFlow MR lets you do make-ready tasks such as editing, imposition, and changing page layout.
TotalFlow MR sends jobs with their job tickets to TotalFlow PM. TotalFlow MR and TotalFlow PM
work seamlessly to create jobs, apply make-ready settings, and send jobs to the best matching
printer.
TotalFlow PM also supports job submission by dragging and dropping jobs into hot folders. You
can also submit jobs from other systems by using the line printer daemon (LPD) protocol for file
transmission.
With networked communication to your printers, you can easily check printer and job status.
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Before Setting Up
Before Setting Up
This section explains the setup flow and computer requirements of TotalFlow PM.
Read this section thoroughly before setting up this application.
S etup Flow
Set up TotalFlow PM in this order:
Step 1
Check the operation environment.
Computer Requirements, p.
14
Step 2
Install prerequisite programs.
Installing Prerequisite Programs, p. 18
Step 3
If you are installing a patch, back up your data.
Backing up Data, p. 22
Step 4
Install TotalFlow PM.
Installing TotalFlow PM, p. 24
Step 5
If you will use the LPD protocol to submit jobs to TotalFlow PM, disable any other LPD server on the system
where you installed TotalFlow PM.
Disabling the
LPD Server, p.
27
Step 6
If you will use the LPD protocol to submit jobs, install
the LPR client.
Installing the
LPR Client, p.
28
Step 7
If you will use FTP to submit jobs to TotalFlow PM, install the FTP server.
Installing the
FTP Server, p.
30
Step 8
If you installed a patch, restore your data.
Restoring Data,
p. 32
Step 9
Install a Web browser and configure the system where
you will access TotalFlow PM.
Configuring Client Computers,
p. 36
Step 10
Log in to TotalFlow PM.
Logging in to TotalFlow PM, p.
48
Step 11
Configure TotalFlow PM.
Configuring TotalFlow PM, p.
51; see also TotalFlow PM User's Guide
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C ompu ter R equ ire me nts
To run TotalFlow PM, your computer must meet these requirements. Before setup, check that all
the requirements are met.
This table lists the requirements for the computer where you install TotalFlow PM:
Item
R e qu ire me n ts
Computer
Hard disk
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CPU: 2.4 GHz Quad Core recommended (minimum 2.4
GHz Dual Core)
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Main memory: 3 GB or higher
250 GB free space recommended (minimum 50 GB free
space)
Because TotalFlow PM does not check the space
available on the hard disk, you might be able to install and start TotalFlow PM with less space. If you
do, you will receive a Windows error message or a
database error message when the hard disk is full.
Operating system
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One of these:
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Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 (32-bit)
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Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard or Enterprise with
Service Pack 2 (32-bit or 64-bit)
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Windows Vista Enterprise or Ultimate (32-bit or 64-bit)
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Windows Vista Enterprise or Ultimate with Service Pack 1
or 2 (32-bit or 64-bit)
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Windows Server 2008 Standard or Enterprise with Service
Pack 2 (32-bit or 64-bit)
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Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard or Enterprise (64-bit)
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Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard or Enterprise with
Service Pack 1 (64-bit)
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Windows 7 Enterprise or Ultimate (32-bit or 64-bit)
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Windows 7 Enterprise or Ultimate with Service Pack 1 (32bit or 64-bit)
Computer Requirements
Item
R e qu ire me n ts
On 64-bit operating systems, TotalFlow PM operates in 32-bit mode.
File system
NTFS recommended
TCP/IP ports
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TotalFlow PM user interface: 15080
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User's Guide in HTML format: 15888
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LPD server: 515
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FTP server: 20, 21
If your firewall is configured to block these ports, you must
open them. See the documentation for your firewall.
Prerequisite programs
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On Windows XP, Windows Services for UNIX Version 3.5
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On Windows Server 2003 R2:
– Windows Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications
– Utilities and Software Development Kit (SDK) for Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications
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On Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008:
– Windows Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications
– Utilities and SDK for Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications in Microsoft Windows Vista SP1/Windows Server 2008 RTM
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On Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows 7:
– Windows Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications
– Utilities and SDK for Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications in Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows Server
2008 R2
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On all operating systems, ActivePerl 5.14.2.1402 or later
This table lists the requirements for any computer that will access TotalFlow PM, including the
computer where TotalFlow PM is installed:
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Item
R e qu ire me n ts
Operating system
One of these:
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Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 3
(32-bit)
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Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2 (64-bit)
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Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard or Enterprise with
Service Pack 2 (32-bit or 64-bit)
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Windows Vista Home Basic, Home Premium, Business,
Enterprise, or Ultimate (32-bit or 64-bit)
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Windows Vista Home Basic, Home Premium, Business,
Enterprise, or Ultimate with Service Pack 1 or 2 (32-bit or
64-bit)
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Windows Server 2008 Standard or Enterprise with Service
Pack 2 (32-bit or 64-bit)
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Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard or Enterprise (64-bit)
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Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard or Enterprise with
Service Pack 1 (64-bit)
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Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, or
Ultimate (32-bit or 64-bit)
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Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, or
Ultimate with Service Pack 1 (32-bit or 64-bit)
Display
1280 × 1024 pixels or greater recommended (minimum 1024 ×
768 pixels)
Web browser
One of these:
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Internet Explorer 6 with Service Pack 3, 7, 8, or 9
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Mozilla Firefox 10 or later
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Google Chrome 19.0 or later
Because TotalFlow PM operates in 32-bit mode,
you must install the 32-bit version of Internet Explorer or Firefox even if your operating system is 64-bit.
Chrome operates in 32-bit mode.
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Computer Requirements
Item
R e qu ire me n ts
Supported languages
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English
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French
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German
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Italian
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Spanish
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Dutch
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Japanese
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Adobe Flash Player 10.1 or 10.2
Associated applications
Because TotalFlow PM operates in 32-bit mode,
you must install the 32-bit version of Adobe
Flash Player even if your operating system is 64bit.
Adobe Flash Player is integrated with Google
Chrome. If Chrome is your browser, you do not
need to install Adobe Flash Player separately.
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Adobe Reader 8, 9, or X
Adobe Reader is included in Adobe Acrobat. If
you have installed Adobe Acrobat 8, 9, or X, you
do not need to install Adobe Reader separately.
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Ins tal li ng P rerequi s ite P rograms
Before you install TotalFlow PM, you must install or activate these programs:
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On Windows XP, Windows Services for UNIX
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On Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008
R2, or Windows 7:
– Windows Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications
– Utilities and SDK for Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications
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On all operating systems, ActivePerl 5.14.2.1402 or later
Installing Windows Servic es for UNIX
You must install Windows Services for UNIX (SFU) on Windows XP.
SFU is available in English and Japanese. Use the English version for operating systems in any language other than Japanese.
To install SFU:
1. Log in to Windows as an administrator.
2. Download SFU from the Microsoft Download Center at http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/
default.aspx.
3. Follow the instructions in the Microsoft Download Center to run the self-extracting download
file.
4. Run s e t u p . e x e .
We recommend that you accept the installer defaults. If you do a custom installation,
install at least the Base Utilities, Unix Perl, Interix GNU Utilities, and Client for NFS
components.
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Activating and Updating Windows Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications
Activating and Updating Windows Subsystem for UNIXbased Applications
On Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2,
or Windows 7, you must activate Windows Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications (SUA). Then
you must update SUA by installing Utilities and SDK for Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications.
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Utilities and SDK for Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications are available only in
English. You can use the English version for operating systems in any language.
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Utilities and SDK for Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications are available in different versions depending on the operating system level and whether the operating
system is 32-bit or 64-bit. Be sure to use the correct version for your operating
system.
To activate and update SUA:
1. Log in to Windows as an administrator.
2. In the Windows [C o n t ro l P a n e l ] , do one of these:
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In Windows Server 2003 R2, click [ A d d o r R e m o v e P ro g ra m s ] , then [ A d d / R e m o v e W i n dows Components].
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In Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, or Windows 7, click [ P r o g ra ms a n d Fe a t u re s ] ,
then [ Tu rn W i n d o w s F e a t u re s O n o r O ff ].
3. Select [ S u b s y s t e m f o r U N I X - b a s e d A p p l i c a t i o n s ] and click [ N e x t ] .
4. Complete the activation wizard, accepting the defaults.
5. Download Utilities and SDK for Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications from the Microsoft
Download Center (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/).
6. Follow the instructions in the Microsoft Download Center to install Utilities and SDK for Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications.
We recommend that you accept the installer defaults.
If you do a custom installation, install at least the Base Utilities and Base SDK
components.
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Installing Ac tivePerl
You must install ActivePerl 5.14.2.1402 or later on all versions of Windows.
64-bit operating systems require the 64-bit version of ActivePerl.
To install ActivePerl:
1. Log in to Windows as an administrator.
2. Download the installer from the ActiveState Download Center (http://www.activestate.com/activeperl/downloads).
3. Run the installer.
4. Accept the default settings in the [ C u s t o m S e t u p ] dialog.
5. In the [ C h o o s e S e t u p O p ti o n s ] dialog, check [ A d d P e rl t o t h e PAT H e n v i ro n me n t v a r i a b l e ]
and check [ C re a t e P e rl f i l e e x t e n s i o n a s s o c i a t i o n ] . If other options are checked, we recommend that you do not uncheck them.
6. Restart the computer before installing TotalFlow PM.
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2 . I n s t a l l i n g o r U p d a t i n g To t a l F l o w P M
♦ Backing up Data
♦ Installing TotalFlow PM
♦ Disabling the LPD Server
♦ Installing the LPR Client
♦ Installing the FTP Server
♦ Restoring Data
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Backing up Data
Before you install a patch, use the a i w b a c k u p . p l program to archive a copy of your TotalFlow PM
configuration.
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You cannot use the backup and restore programs to back up data from one version
of TotalFlow PM and restore it to another version.
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The a i w b a c k u p . p l program stops TotalFlow PM automatically. If you use any other
backup program, stop TotalFlow PM first.
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You must use a i w re s t o re . p l to restore any data that you back up using a i w b a c k u p .
p l . Do not use the restoration procedure in the TotalFlow PM installer.
To back up TotalFlow PM data:
1. Log in to Windows as an administrator.
2. Open a Command Prompt window.
In Windows Vista or later versions of Windows, right-click the Command Prompt icon and click
[R un a s A d mi ni s trato r].
3. Enter one of these commands:
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Enter this command to save system data, control files, jobs, input files, and job files (the
files in the spool directory that contain job information, including copies of input files):
installation_drive:\installation_folder\bin\aiwbackup.pl
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Enter this command to save system data, control files, and jobs, but not input files or job
files:
installation_drive:\installation_folder\bin\aiwbackup.pl -r
The -r option is slightly different on the a i w b a c k u p . p l and a i w re s t o re . p l
commands:
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On a i w b a c k u p . p l , the -r option saves jobs, although it does not save job files.
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On a i w re s t o re . p l , the -r option does not restore saved jobs.
If you use the -r option when you back up TotalFlow PM, you should also use it when
you restore the system. If you back up with the -r option and restore without it, you
might restore jobs whose files have not been saved.
You see a confirmation message.
4. Enter Y to proceed with the backup.
The backup runs in the background and might take several minutes to complete, depending on
the number and size of files to be backed up. No status updates appear in the command
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Backing up Data
prompt window, but the backup is running. When it completes, you can see the backup file in
installation_drive:\aiw\aiw1\backup.
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I n s t a l l i n g To t a l F l o w P M
To install TotalFlow PM, you need:
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TotalFlow PM installation media
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TotalFlow PM license key (dongle)
You can do most of the installation without the license key, but you need it to start TotalFlow
PM at the end of the installation.
To install TotalFlow PM:
1. If you have the TotalFlow PM license key (dongle), insert it in a USB port on your computer.
2. Log in to Windows as an administrator.
3. Insert the TotalFlow PM installation media in the drive.
The installation should start automatically. If it does not, launch s e t u p . e x e in the DVD root
directory.
4. On Windows Vista or Windows 7, you see the [ U s e r A c c o u n t C o n t ro l ] dialog. Click [ O K ] .
You see the TotalFlow PM splash screen:
5. Select a language for the installer and click [ O K ] .
You see the Introduction dialog.
6. Click [ I n s t a l l ] .
You see the [ C h o o s e I n s t a l l F o l d e r] dialog.
7. In the [ C h o o s e I n s t a l l Fo l d e r] dialog:
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Installing TotalFlow PM
1) O p t i o n a l : To change the default installation folder, click [ C h o o s e ] . Navigate to the folder
where you want to install TotalFlow PM and click [ O K ] .
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If you accept the default installation folder and C:\Program Files\TotalFlow PM does not exist, the installer creates it.
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The installer creates another folder called installation_drive:\aiw
\aiw1. Files that TotalFlow PM uses (for example, spool files, control files,
and trace files) are stored there.
2) Click [ N e x t ] .
The installer configures the TotalFlow PM prerequisites for your system. This might take a few
minutes. When it finishes, you see the [ L i c e n s e A g r e e m e n t ] dialog.
8. In the [ L i c e n s e A g r e e m e n t ] dialog:
1) Read the license agreement.
2) Click [ I a c c e p t t h e t e rms o f t h e L i c e n s e A g re e me n t ] .
3) Click [ N e x t ] .
You see the [ U s e r a n d C o m p a n y ] dialog.
9. In the [ U s e r a n d C o mp a n y ] dialog:
1) Enter your name in the [ U s e r N a me ] field.
2) Enter the name of your company in the [ C o mp a n y N a me ] field.
3) Click [ N e x t ] .
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You see the [ P re - I n s t a l l a t i o n S u mm a ry ] dialog.
10. Review the information in the [ P r e -I n s t a l l a t i o n S u mma ry ] dialog and click [ I n s t a l l ] .
TotalFlow PM. is installed and activated.
11. If you see the [ W i n d o w s S e c u ri t y A l e r t ] dialog during the installation, click [ U n b l o c k ] .
12. When TotalFlow PM has been activated, you see the [ R e s t o re D a t a ] dialog. If you saved TotalFlow PM data from a previous installation in a backup file and want to restore it, do these
steps.
Use this procedure only to restore data that you backed up using the procedure in
Uninstalling TotalFlow PM, p. 53. Do not use it to restore data that you backed up using a i w b a c k u p . p l .
1) Select [ I w o u l d l i k e t o re s t o re d a t a ] ,
2) Click [ C h o o s e ] .
3) Navigate to the backup file and click [ O p e n ] .
The backup file can be in any folder. We recommend installation_drive:\aiw\aiw1
\backup. The file name of the backup file is aiw-backupYYYYMMDDhhmm.zip.
YYYYMMDDhhmm is a time stamp.
13. Click [ N e x t ] .
You see the [ I n s t a l l C o mp l e t e ] dialog.
14. Click [ D o n e ] .
You see the [ R e s ta rt R e q u i re d ] dialog.
15. Do one of these:
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Click [ N o w ] to restart the computer immediately.
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Click [ L a t e r] to do other tasks before restarting the computer.
When you restart Windows, TotalFlow PM starts automatically.
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Disabling the LPD Server
Dis abling the LPD Server
If you plan to use the LPD protocol to submit jobs to TotalFlow PM, you must disable any other
LPD server on the system where TotalFlow PM is installed. The TotalFlow PM server includes an
LPD server. Only one LPD server can run on a system at a time.
To disable another LPD server:
1. Log in to Windows as an administrator.
2. Set the view of the Windows [ C o n t ro l P a n e l ] to [ L a r g e I c o n s ] or [ C l a s s i c V i e w ].
3. Double-click [ A d mi n i s t ra t i v e To o l s ] , then double-click [ S e r v i c e s ] .
4. Look for these services:
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TCP/IP Print Server (LPDSVC)
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Line Printer Daemon Service (LPD)
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Any third-party LPD server that runs as a Windows service
5. If you find any of these services, select it and click [ S to p ] .
You might not find any of these services. They are not installed and activated on all
Windows systems.
6. If you have installed any third-party LPD server that does not run as a Windows service, see
the documentation for that product.
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2 Installing or Updating TotalFlow PM
Installing the LPR Client
If you plan to submit jobs from TotalFlow PM to Passthrough printers, which can print both PDF
and other data streams, you must install an LPR client on the system where TotalFlow PM is installed. You must also install an LPR client on any system that will use the LPD protocol to submit
jobs to TotalFlow PM.
•
Many different LPR clients are available. These procedures explain how to install
the LPR client supplied with the Windows operating system.
•
These procedures show Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008. There might be minor differences in other versions of Windows.
On a 32-bit Windows S ys tem
1. Log in to Windows as an administrator.
2. Look for a file called C:\Windows\System32\lpr.exe. If you find it, stop.
The LPR client is already installed.
3. If you do not find lpr.exe, install the LPR Port Monitor feature. Use one of these methods:
•
On Windows 7, use the [ C o n t r o l P a n e l ] :
1) Set the view to [ L a rg e i c o n s ] .
2) Double-click [ P ro g ra ms a n d F e a t u re s ] , then click [ Tu rn W i n d o w s f e a t u re s o n o r o ff ] .
3) Expand [ P ri n t a n d D o c u m e n t S e rv i c e s ] .
4) Select the [ L P R P o rt M o n i t o r ] check box and click [ O K ] .
•
On Windows Server 2008, use the [ S e rv e r Ma n a g e r] :
1) Right-click [ Fe a t u r e s ] .
2) Click [ A d d F e a t u re s ] .
3) Select the [ L P R P o rt M o n i t o r ] check box and click [ N e x t ] .
4) Click [ I n s t a l l ] .
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On a 64-bit Windows System
On a 64-bit Windows S ys tem
1. Log in to Windows as an administrator.
2. Look in C:\Windows\SysWOW64 for a file called lpr.exe. If you find it, stop.
The LPR client is already installed.
3. Look in C:\Windows\System32 for lpr.exe. If you find it, go to Step 5.
4. If you do not find lpr.exe, install the LPR Port Monitor feature. Use one of these methods:
•
On Windows 7, use the [ C o n t r o l P a n e l ] :
1) Set the view to [ L a rg e i c o n s ] .
2) Double-click [ P ro g ra ms a n d F e a t u re s ] , then click [ Tu rn W i n d o w s f e a t u re s o n o r o ff ] .
3) Expand [ P ri n t a n d D o c u m e n t S e rv i c e s ] .
4) Select the [ L P R P o rt M o n i t o r ] check box and click [ O K ] .
•
On Windows Server 2008, use the [ S e rv e r Ma n a g e r] :
1) Right-click [ Fe a t u r e s ] .
2) Click [ A d d F e a t u re s ] .
3) Select the [ L P R P o rt M o n i t o r ] check box and click [ N e x t ] .
4) Click [ I n s t a l l ] .
5. Copy these files from C:\Windows\System32 to C:\Windows\SysWOW64:
lpr.exe
lprhelp.dll
lprmon.dll
lprmonui.dll
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2 Installing or Updating TotalFlow PM
Installing the FTP Server
If you plan to use FTP to submit jobs to TotalFlow PM, you must install the FTP server on the computer where you will install TotalFlow PM unless it is already installed.
1. Log in to Windows as an administrator.
2. Install the FTP server.
•
On Windows XP Professional or Windows Server 2003 R2:
1) In the Windows [ C o n t ro l P a n e l ] , double-click [ A d d o r R e mo v e P r o g r a ms ] , then click
[A dd /Re mov e Wi nd ow s C omp on ents ].
2) In the [ W i n d o w s C o mp o n e n t s W i z a rd ] , select [ I n t e rn e t I n f o r ma t i o n S e r v i c e s (I I S )]
and click [ D e t a i l s ] .
3) Select [ Fi l e Tr a n s f e r P r o t o c o l (FT P ) S e rv i c e ] and click [ O K ] .
4) Click [ N e x t ] . The [ W i n d o w s C o mp o n e n t W i z a r d ] installs IIS.
5) Click [ F i n i s h ] .
•
On Windows Server 2008 or Windows Vista, follow the instructions in the “Set Up FTP in
IIS 7” topic in the Microsoft TechNet Library at http://technet.microsoft.com/enus/library/cc771012%28WS.10%29.aspx.
locale is one of these values:
– de-de (German)
– en-us (English)
– es-es (Spanish)
– fr-fr (French)
– it-it (Italian)
You can specify nl-nl for Dutch, but the instructions are in English.
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On Windows Server 2008 R2:
1) Click [ S t a rt ] , then click [ A d mi n i s t ra t i v e To o l s ] , and then click [ S e rv e r Ma n a g e r] .
2) In the [ S e rv e r Ma n a g e r] dialog, expand [ R o l e s ] , and then click [ We b S e r v e r ( I I S )] .
3) In the [ We b S e rv e r (I I S )] dialog, scroll to the [ R o l e S e rv i c e s ] section, and then click
[Add R ol e S erv i c es ].
4) In the [ A d d R o l e S e rv i c e s ] wizard, expand [ FT P S e rv e r] , select [ FT P S e r v i c e ] , and
then click [ N e x t ] .
5) Click [ I n s t a l l ] .
6) Click [ C l o s e ] .
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On Windows 7:
Installing the FTP Server
1) In the Windows Control Panel, double-click [ P ro g ra ms a n d F e a t u re s ] , and then click
[ Tu r n W i n d o w s F e a t u r e s o n o r o f f ] .
2) Expand [ I n t e r n e t I n f o rm a t i o n S e rv i c e s ] , then expand [ F TP S e rv e r ] .
3) Select [ FT P S e r v i c e ] and click [ O K ] .
3. Make sure that your firewall does not block ports 20 and 21. See the documentation for your
firewall.
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2 Installing or Updating TotalFlow PM
Restoring Data
If you used the a i w b a c k u p . p l program to back up TotalFlow PM before installing a patch, use the
a i w re s t o re . p l program to return TotalFlow PM to the configuration that you stored in a backup
archive.
•
You cannot use the backup and restore programs to back up data from one version
of TotalFlow PM and restore it to another version.
•
The a i w re s t o re . p l program stops TotalFlow PM automatically. If you use any other
program to restore backed-up data, stop TotalFlow PM first.
•
You must use a i w re s t o re . p l to restore any data that you back up using a i w b a c k u p .
p l . Do not use the restoration procedure in the TotalFlow PM installer.
To restore TotalFlow PM data:
1. Log in to Windows as an administrator.
2. Reinstall TotalFlow PM.
3. Open a Command Prompt window.
In Windows Vista or later versions of Windows, right-click the Command Prompt icon and click
[R un a s A d mi ni s trato r].
4. Enter one of these commands:
•
Enter this command to restore system data, control files, jobs, input files, and job files (the
files in the spool directory that contain job information, including copies of input files):
installation_drive:\installation_folder\bin\aiwrestore.pl
•
Enter this command to restore system data and control files, but not jobs, input files, or job
files:
installation_drive:\installation_folder\bin\aiwrestore.pl -r
The -r option is slightly different on the a i w b a c k u p . p l and a i w re s t o re . p l
commands:
•
On a i w b a c k u p . p l , the -r option saves jobs, although it does not save job files.
•
On a i w re s t o re . p l , the -r option does not restore saved jobs.
If you use the -r option when you back up TotalFlow PM, you should also use it when
you restore the system. If you back up with the -r option and restore without it, you
might restore jobs whose files have not been saved.
You see a confirmation message.
5. Enter Y to proceed with the restore.
When the restore is complete, you see a message that the restore was successful.
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Restoring Data
6. Start TotalFlow PM.
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3 . A f t e r I n s t a l l i n g To t a l F l o w P M
♦ Configuring Client Computers
♦ Logging in to TotalFlow PM
♦ Starting and Stopping TotalFlow PM
♦ Configuring TotalFlow PM
♦ Uninstalling TotalFlow PM
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Configuring Cl ient Computers
You can access the TotalFlow PM user interface from any Windows system that has access to the
network. You must install and configure a Web browser on each system, including the one where
you install TotalFlow PM. The browser uses Adobe Flash Player to display the user interface. It
uses Adobe Reader to display PDF jobs.
You can install these browsers on these systems:
Windows
Vista
Windows
Server
2008 or
2008 R2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows
XP
Windows
Server
2003 R2
Internet Explorer 6 with
Service Pack
3
Yes
Yes
Internet Explorer 7
Yes
Internet Explorer 8
Yes
Internet Explorer 9
Windows
7
Mozilla Firefox 10 or
later
Yes
Yes
Yes
Chrome 19.0
or later
Yes
Yes
Yes
Because TotalFlow PM operates in 32-bit mode, you must install the 32-bit versions of
Internet Explorer or Firefox and Adobe Flash Player even if your operating system is 64bit. Chrome operates in 32-bit mode.
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Configuring Internet Explorer and Installing Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Reader
Configuring Internet E xplorer and Ins tal ling A dobe Flas h
Player and Adobe Reader
To access TotalFlow PM with Internet Explorer, you must configure the browser and install Adobe
Flash Player and Adobe Reader.
This procedure shows how to configure Internet Explorer 8 on Windows 7. There are minor differences in other releases of Internet Explorer and Windows.
To configure Internet Explorer:
1. Click [ To o l s ] , and then [ I n t e rn e t O p t i o n s ] .
You see the [ I n t e rn e t O p t i o n s ] dialog. It is open to the [ G e n e ra l ] tab:
2. Under [ B ro w s i n g h i s to ry ] , click [ S e t ti n g s ] .
You see the [ Te mp o ra r y I n t e rn e t Fi l e s a n d H i s t o ry S e t t i n g s ] dialog.
3. Under [ C h e c k f o r n e w e r v e rs i o n s o f s t o re d p a g e s ] , select [ E v e ry t i me I v i s i t t h e w e b p a g e ]
and click [ O K ] .
4. To change the language that TotalFlow PM uses for the user interface text and most of the
messages that it issues:
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1) Click [ L a n g u a g e s ] at the bottom of the [ G e n e ra l ] tab.
You see the [ L a n g u a g e P re f e re n c e ] dialog.
2) Click A d d . . . .
You see the [ A d d L a n g u a g e ] dialog.
3) Select your language and click [ O K ] .
TotalFlow PM supports these languages:
•
Dutch
•
English
•
French
•
German
•
Italian
•
Japanese
•
Spanish
If more than one locale is available for a language, for example, English (United
Kingdom) [en-gb] and English (United States) [en-us], it does not matter which locale you choose.
4) In the [ L a n g u a g e P re f e r e n c e ] dialog, select your language and click [ M o v e u p ] until it is
the first entry in the list.
5) Click [ O K ].
5. In the [ I n t e rn e t O p t i o n s ] dialog, click [ S e c u ri t y ] .
You see the [ S e c u ri t y ] tab:
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Configuring Internet Explorer and Installing Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Reader
6. Select the [ I n t e r n e t ] zone and click [ C u s t o m l e v e l ] .
You see the [ S e c u ri t y S e t t i n g s – I n t e rn e t Z o n e ] dialog.
7. Make sure that [ E n a b l e ] is selected for [ A l l o w ME TA R E F R E S H ] in the [ Mi s c e l l a n e o u s ]
section.
8. Make sure that [ E n a b l e ] is selected for [ A c t i v e s c ri p t i n g ] in the Scripting section.
9. Click [ O K ] .
10. In the [ I n t e rn e t O p t i o n s ] dialog, click [ O K ] .
11. Download Adobe Flash Player from the Adobe Web site (http://www.adobe.com/) and install it.
Follow the instructions on the Adobe Web site.
Because TotalFlow PM operates in 32-bit mode, you must install the 32-bit versions
of the Web browser and Adobe Flash Player even if your operating system is 64-bit.
12. Download Adobe Reader from the Adobe Web site and install it.
Follow the instructions on the Adobe Web site.
Adobe Reader is included in Adobe Acrobat. If you have installed Adobe Acrobat,
you do not need to install Adobe Reader separately.
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Configuring Mozilla Firefox and Installing Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Reader
Configuring Moz illa Firefox and Installing Adobe Flash
Player and Adobe Reader
To access TotalFlow PM with Mozilla Firefox, you must configure the browser and install Adobe
Flash Player and Adobe Reader
This procedure shows how to configure Firefox 13.0.1 on Windows 7. There are minor
differences in other releases of Firefox and Windows.
To configure Mozilla Firefox:
1. Click [ F i re f o x ] , and then [ O p t i o n s ] .
You see the [ O p t i o n s ] dialog:
2. Click [ C o n t e n t ] . Make sure that [ E n a b l e J a v a S c ri p t ] is selected.
3. To change the language that TotalFlow PM uses for the user interface:
1) In the [ L a n g u a g e s ] area, click [ C h o o s e .. . ] .
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You see the [ L a n g u a g e s ] dialog.
2) Select your language from the drop-down list and click [ A d d ] .
TotalFlow PM supports these languages:
•
Dutch
•
English
•
French
•
German
•
Italian
•
Japanese
•
Spanish
If more than one locale is available for a language, for example, English\United
Kingdom [en-gb] and English\United States [en-us], it does not matter which locale you choose.
3) Click [ Mo v e U p ] until your language is the first entry in the list.
4) Click [ O K ].
4. In the [ O p t i o n s ] dialog, click [ P ri v a c y ].
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Configuring Mozilla Firefox and Installing Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Reader
5. In the [ H i s t o ry ] area, select [ R e me m b e r h i s t o ry ] .
6. Click [ O K ] .
7. Download Adobe Flash Player from the Adobe Web site (http://www.adobe.com/) and install it.
Follow the instructions on the Adobe Web site.
Because TotalFlow PM operates in 32-bit mode, you must install the 32-bit versions
of the Web browser and Adobe Flash Player even if your operating system is 64-bit.
8. Download Adobe Reader from the Adobe Web site and install it.
Follow the instructions on the Adobe Web site.
Adobe Reader is included in Adobe Acrobat. If you have installed Adobe Acrobat,
you do not need to install Adobe Reader separately.
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Configuring Google Chrome and Installing Adobe Reader
To access TotalFlow PM with Google Chrome, you must configure the browser and install Adobe
Reader. Adobe Flash Player is integrated with Chrome, so you do not need to install it separately.
To configure Google Chrome:
1. Click
, the configuration icon, and then click [ S e tt i n g s ] .
You see the [ S e t t i n g s ] dialog:
2. Click [ S h o w a d v a n c e d s e t t i n g s . . . ] .
3. Scroll down to [ P r i v a c y ] and click [ C o n t e n t s e t ti n g s . . . ] .
You see the [ C o n t e n t s e t t i n g s ] dialog:
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Configuring Google Chrome and Installing Adobe Reader
4. Under [ C o o k i e s ] , clear the [ B l o c k t h i rd -p a rt y c o o k i e s a n d s i t e d a t a ] check box.
5. Under [ J a v a S c r i p t ] , select [ A l l o w a l l s i t e s t o ru n J a v a S c ri p t ( re c o mme n d e d )] .
6. Scroll down and clock [ O K ] .
7. To change the language that TotalFlow PM uses for the user interface:
1) Scroll down to the [ L a n g u a g e s ] area of the [ S e tt i n g s ] dialog and click [ L a n g u a g e s a n d
s pe ll -c he c k er s etti ngs ...].
You see the [ L a n g u a g e s ] dialog:
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2) Click [ A d d ] .
3) Select your language from the drop-down list and click [ O K ] .
TotalFlow PM supports these languages:
•
Dutch
•
English
•
French
•
German
•
Italian
•
Japanese
•
Spanish
If more than one locale is available for a language, for example, English and English (United States), it does not matter which locale you choose.
4) Drag your language to the top of the list and click [ O K ] .
8. Download Adobe Reader from the Adobe Web site (http://www.adobe.com/) and install it.
Follow the instructions on the Adobe Web site.
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Configuring Google Chrome and Installing Adobe Reader
Adobe Reader is included in Adobe Acrobat. If you have installed Adobe Acrobat,
you do not need to install Adobe Reader separately.
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3 After Installing TotalFlow PM
L o g g i n g i n t o To t a l F l o w P M
To log in to TotalFlow PM:
1. Open a browser window.
2. Enter this URL in the address bar of your browser, where hostname is the host name or IP address of the computer where TotalFlow PM is installed:TotalFlow PMTotalFlow PMTotalFlow
PM
http://hostname:15080/TFPM
3. If you see a security message in the browser information bar, close the information bar and
continue.
You see the TotalFlow PM login dialog:
4. Enter your user name in the [ U s e r n a me : ] field.
The user name supplied with TotalFlow PM is Admin. User names are case-sensitive.
5. Enter your password in the [ P a s s w o rd : ] field.
The initial password for the Admin user is password. Passwords are case-sensitive.
6. Click [ L o g i n ] .
7. If this is the first time that you are logging in to TotalFlow PM, or if your password has expired,
you must change your password:
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Logging in to TotalFlow PM
1) Enter your old password in the [ C u rr e n t p a s s w o r d ] field.
2) Enter your new password in the [ N e w p a s s w o rd : ] field and in the [ C o n f i r m p a s s w o rd :]
field.
Passwords can be from 8 to 32 characters. They are case-sensitive and cannot include
these characters:
' (apostrophe)
< (less than)
= (equals sign)
> (greater than)
` (grave accent)
| (vertical bar)
~ (tilde)
${ (dollar sign followed by left brace)
[ D E L ] (Delete key)
All non-printing characters
3) Click [ C h a n g e ] .
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3 After Installing TotalFlow PM
S t a r t i n g a n d S t o p p i n g To t a l F l o w P M
TotalFlow PM runs as a Windows service. It starts automatically when it is installed and whenever
you start Windows. If you need to stop and restart TotalFlow PM, use the Windows [ S e rv i c e s ]
dialog.
•
This procedure shows Windows 7. There might be minor differences in other versions of Windows.
•
You do not have to exit the TotalFlow PM user interface before you stop or restart TotalFlow PM.
To stop or restart TotalFlow PM:
1. Click [ S t a rt ] , then [ C o n t ro l P a n e l ] .
You see the Windows [ C o n t ro l P a n e l ].
2. Set the view of the [ C o n tr o l P a n e l ] to [ L a rg e I c o n s ] or [ S m a l l I c o n s ] .
3. Double-click [ A d mi n i s t ra t i v e To o l s ] .
You see the [ A d m i n i s t ra t i v e To o l s ] folder.
4. Double-click [ S e rv i c e s ] .
You see the [ S e rv i c e s ] dialog.
5. Click the [ E x t e n d e d ] tab.
6. In the list of services, select [ To t a l F l o w P M ] .
You see the actions that you can do to TotalFlow PM.
7. Do one of these:
•
To stop TotalFlow PM, click [ S to p ] .
•
To restart TotalFlow PM:
1) Make sure that the TotalFlow PM license key (dongle) is inserted in a USB port on your
computer.
2) Click [ R e s t a r t ] .
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Configuring TotalFlow PM
C o n f i g u r i n g To t a l F l o w P M
After you log in to TotalFlow PM, you must configure it. This topic provides an overview of the configuration process. For complete instructions, see the TotalFlow PM User's Guide.
At a minimum, you must create at least one v i rt u a l p ri n t e r and one p ri n t e r to use TotalFlow PM.
Virtual printers receive jobs and submit the jobs to TotalFlow PM printers. Virtual printers receive
jobs through these job submission methods:
[ To t a l F l o w a p p l i c a t i o n s ]
You can submit jobs from TotalFlow MR or other programs that use JMF commands to TotalFlow PM virtual printers.
[H ot fol de r]
You can specify a folder as a hot folder for a virtual printer. You can use file copy or FTP to copy
print files to the hot folder.
[LP D]
You can use the LPD protocol to send print files to a virtual printer.
You create printers to represent printer devices in TotalFlow PM. Printers receive jobs from virtual
printers and send jobs to printer devices. The type of printer that you create to represent a printer
device depends on the capabilities of the printer device:
J o b Ti c k e t
Job Ticket printers are associated with printer devices that support PostScript. You can edit the
job tickets for jobs assigned to Job Ticket printers. TotalFlow PM virtual printers that are associated with Job Ticket printers can receive these jobs from TotalFlow MR, in a hot folder, or from
a print command that uses the line printer daemon (LPD) protocol. Job Ticket printers can communicate directly with printer devices and obtain status on the jobs while they are printing.
Pa s s thro ug h
Passthrough printers are associated with printer devices that can print jobs in many different
formats, for example, PCL, PostScript, and PDF. Jobs assigned to passthrough printers do not
have job tickets. TotalFlow PM virtual printers that are associated with Passthrough printers
can receive these jobs in a hot folder or from a print command that uses the LPD protocol.
Passthrough printers cannot report job status.
This figure shows how jobs flow from virtual printers to printers and then to printer devices:
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To create and test a simple configuration, do these steps:
1. Configure a printer to represent the output printer device.
2. Configure a virtual printer to use one or more of the job submission methods.
3. Associate the virtual printer with the printer.
4. Submit a job to the virtual printer using the appropriate job submission type.
5. Check for output from the printer device.
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Uninstalling TotalFlow PM
U n i n s t a l l i n g To t a l F l o w P M
To uninstall TotalFlow PM, use the Windows [ P ro g ra ms a n d F e a t u re s ] utility.
This procedure shows Windows 7. There are minor differences in other versions of Windows. For example, in Windows XP the [ P ro g ra ms a n d Fe a t u re s ] utility is called the
[A d d a n d R e mo v e P ro g ra m s ] utility.
To uninstall TotalFlow PM:
1. Log in to Windows as an administrator.
2. Click [ S t a rt ] , then [ C o n t ro l P a n e l ] .
You see the Windows [ C o n t ro l P a n e l ].
3. Set the view of the [ C o n tr o l P a n e l ] to [ L a rg e I c o n s ] or [ C l a s s i c V i e w ] .
4. Double-click [ P ro g ra ms a n d Fe a t u re s ] .
You see the [ P ro g ra m s a n d F e a tu re s ] dialog.
5. Select [ To t a l F l o w P M ], then click [ U n i n s t a l l / C h a n g e ] .
You see the [ B a c k u p D a t a ] dialog:
6. Do either of these:
•
To back up TotalFlow PM
1) Select [ Ye s ] and click [ N e x t ] .
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You see the [ B a c k u p J o b s ] dialog
2) Select [ Ye s ] to include jobs in the backup file or [ N o ] to exclude jobs and click [ N e x t ] .
You see the [ B a c k u p D i r e c t o ry ] dialog.
3) Click [ C h o o s e ] . Navigate to the folder where you want to save the backup file and click
[ O K ] . You can choose any folder. We recommend installation_drive:\aiw
\aiw1\backup.
4) Click [ N e x t ] .
The backup file is created with the file name aiw-backupYYYYMMDDhhmm.zip.
YYYYMMDDhhmm is a time stamp.
•
To uninstall without backing up, select [ N o ] and click [ N e x t ] .
You see the [ U n i n s ta l l $ P R O D U C T _ N A ME $ ] dialog.
7. Click [ U n i n s t a l l ] .
You see the [ U n i n s ta l l C o m p l e t e ] dialog.
8. Do one of these:
•
To restart Windows immediately, select [ Ye s , re s t a rt m y s y s t e m ] .
•
To restart Windows later, select [ N o , I w i l l r e s t a rt my s y s t e m my s e l f ] .
9. Click [ D o n e ] .
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INDEX
A
FTP server ......................................30
ActivePerl .......................................20
Adobe Flash Player ............................17
Adobe Reader ..................................17
aiwbackup.pl ....................................22
aiwrestore.pl ....................................32
G
B
Backing up data ................................22
Books
Description .................................... 2
Displaying HTML ............................. 3
Displaying PDF ............................... 3
URL ............................................ 3
Browsers
Requirements ................................16
C
Chrome
Configuring ...................................44
Languages ...................................45
Privacy........................................44
Security .......................................44
Computer requirements. .......................14
Configuration ...................................51
Conventions ..................................... 6
D
Display requirements ..........................16
Dongle...........................................24
F
Failure recovery
Backing up data..............................22
File system requirements......................15
Firefox
Configuring ...................................41
Languages ...................................41
Privacy........................................42
Security .......................................42
Versions supported..........................16
Firewall ..........................................15
Google Chrome
Configuring ...................................44
Languages ...................................45
Privacy........................................44
Security .......................................44
H
Hard disk requirements
Server.........................................14
Help
Balloon......................................... 2
I
Installation
Procedure ....................................24
Requirements ................................14
Internet Explorer
Configuring ...................................37
Languages ...................................38
Security .......................................38
Versions supported..................... 16, 36
L
Languages
Google Chrome..............................45
Internet Explorer .............................38
Mozilla Firefox................................41
Supported ....................................17
Legal notices..................................... 1
License ..........................................24
License key .....................................24
Logging in .......................................48
Login.............................................48
LPD server ......................................27
LPR client .......................................28
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Manuals
Description .................................... 2
55
Displaying HTML ............................. 3
Displaying PDF ............................... 3
URL ............................................ 3
Memory requirements
Server.........................................14
Mozilla Firefox
Configuring ...................................41
Languages ...................................41
Privacy........................................42
Security .......................................42
Versions supported..................... 16, 36
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Notices ........................................... 1
O
Operating system requirements
Client..........................................16
Server.........................................14
Overview of TotalFlow PM .....................12
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Passwords
Admin user ...................................48
Rules for ......................................49
Ports .............................................15
Printers ..........................................51
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Restarting .......................................50
Restoring data ..................................32
S
Security
Google Chrome..............................44
Internet Explorer .............................38
Mozilla Firefox................................42
Setup
Flow ...........................................13
SFU..............................................18
Starting ..........................................50
Stopping.........................................50
SUA..............................................19
56
Symbols .......................................... 6
T
TCP/IP ports ....................................15
TotalFlow PM
Configuring ...................................51
TotalFlow PM
Dongle ........................................24
Installing ......................................24
License key. ..................................24
TotalFlow PM
Logging in ....................................48
TotalFlow PM
Overview .....................................12
TotalFlow PM
Requirements ................................14
TotalFlow PM
Restarting ....................................50
Starting .......................................50
Stopping ......................................50
TotalFlow PM
Uninstalling...................................53
TotalFlow PM
URL ...........................................48
Trademarks ...................................... 7
Typefaces ........................................ 6
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Uninstalling TotalFlow PM .....................53
URLs
Online manual ................................ 3
TotalFlow PM.................................48
Utilities and SDK for Subsystem for UNIXbased Applications............................19
V
Virtual printers ..................................51
W
Web addresses
Online manual ................................ 3
TotalFlow PM.................................48
Web browsers
Configuring ...................................36
Requirements ........................... 16, 36
Windows Services for UNIX ...................18
Windows Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications ............................................19
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