I can totally feel your frustration. Created a user no group with a password. Can you edit the answer to elaborate on how to accomplish that? Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. I am having trouble working out how I might set this machine up to simply scan and save the scanned files to a folder to use as desired.
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Sign up using Facebook. I am having trouble working out how I might set this machine up to simply scan and save the scanned files to a folder to use as desired.
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Second, the computer hosting the share must not have a local account with a blank password. This is not an answer.
Technically, the only question actually asked was “Any pointers? It seems to want me to enter a network path but from my very rudimentary network knowledge the printer is not networked anyway. It throws several different errors when I change settings:.
I found that you often need to enter user and password for folder on the printer itself rather than through web interface. Created a user no group with a password. Created a shared folder in the FZS Interface, gave it an alias, but it still won’t see it.
Ricoh MP SPF Specs – CNET
I’m updating my question with the most prominent error that appears now. The scanning functionality on my MP is not working over my network.
But both of the scanner buttons that link to the computer on the unit.
Per the comment below, all other workstations on the network are able to access the folder. If I try manually, and leave the password off, it asks for authentication. However, if a PC is running a 3rd party sacnner or if user decided decides to change the USER name of the pc, you’re going to run into a big issue that I have yet to find a solution for. However now, even though it will preview a document as well as always, it will not scan acanner.
I have just tried the FTP method, but the printer cannot connect. Post as a guest Name.
Will still need to check on another PC when it becomes available. Have just got it working – was the firewall. I found a solution specific to my environment. I think that this is only a printer driver and suspect that the scanner function requires a scannef driver?
So I allowed the inbound connection for the private profile, and it works like a charm! To me, this means that it is successfully authenticating. I am sharing a folder on the network for scanning, and all permissions are enabled. The FTP idea sounds good pm171spf I certainly didn’t even think of that. Give that a try and let us know how it worked out for you. Looks like SMB protocol is not supported and I wasn’t prepared to find a fix again. But that’s not ideal in the long term.
Once mp171spd services were deactivated the scan to folder where back and ok on these R2 servers.
I did create a specific user account for the scanning – it has a password, so that won’t be an issue. I do support work for a medium size company and I have had this issue with any Windows 7 machine primarily that have upgraded to Windows Entered path was not correct. Will give the FTP thing a try – sounds viable to me.
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