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Networking a copier


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Paul Bennett

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Im trying to newtowrk a copier (a Xerox WorkCentre M123, to be exact) to a local area network for use as a network printer. It is connected to one of the PC's via USB, and is added/recongnized as a printer. I can "print" to it, however nothing happens, due to the fact that the copier requires users to provide a user ID in order to copy. How can provide this information from the PC to allow the users to use it just like a printer? Thanks for any thoughts...

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Does this unit have a bultin network adapter?

Do the computers trying to print to it have the latest drivers?
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