Kyocera scan to folder setup

Kyocera scan to folder setup

Q: When scanning a document in Kyocera Multifunction printer, I get can't connect or error 1102. The port 139 is open and I can save file to the network shared folder from a remote computer. All credentials, path and computer name/IP are correct. Why. A: You may need to open port 445. Quoted form the Intrenet: Recently, we migrated a client from Small Business Server 2003 to Small Business Server 2008. The client has Kyocera KM series multifunction print devices (copy, scan, print, fax). For some time, they were using an application on the device called KYOcapture. However, this application was not stable and was difficult to update with new configuration information like a new scan to folder setting or user account. In contacting their printer vendor, Electro Graphic Products -. Simple setup, with one-time application installation on the MFP (for scanning document) and one-time PinPoint Scan application installation on the computer (for receiving scanned file). Users can set up and change their PIN, reducing the need for IT intervention. Route documents virtually anywhere with easy one-touch buttons– e-mail, shared folder or a program that supports PDF files. You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page. Quickly convert hardcopy into high-impact color or monochrome files, in universal PDF format. , I discovered the ease with which this otherwise complicated scenario could be configured with the SMB protocol to a network file share. While this was a breeze to setup with SBS 2003, after the migration to SBS 2008, the scan to folder feature stopped working. The machine would say that error 1102 occurred and that the machine "could not connect". After troubleshooting, I called EGP again and discovered that the SMB port from the device to the server changed from 139 (File and Printer Sharing) to port 445. Powered by phpBB 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group. Scanning is a fundamental part of any organization's document workflow. The ability to scan directly to your PC or Mac, instead of scanning to an e-mail as an attachment, has long been an advantage of connected desktop scanners. However, having many individual scanners can be an overly expensive proposition. With KYOCERA's PinPoint Scan business application, powered by HyPAS, scanning to your PC or Mac from your network connected KYOCERA MFP transforms this digital workflow. It's as easy as scanning from a desktop scanner, but with the added speed and versatility KYOCERA MFPs provide. With a simple two step installation process, one to the MFP and one to your PC or Mac, network scanning couldn't be easier. Network Sharing, TCP/IP, Internet, Wireless, Exchange, IIS, ISA and Print. The straight forward computer side of PinPoint Scan allows you to create and manage your own pincode and scanning destinations, reducing the need for IT intervention. The scan destinations you set in your computer software become simple one-touch buttons on the MFP control panel. When you want to scan a document, all you have to do is access the PinPoint Scan application on your KYOCERA MFP, enter your pincode, select a destination and you are ready to go! PinPoint Scan also protects your confidential documents since all communication between the MFP and computer is encrypted. You can also easily integrate with HID cards for an even more streamlined workflow experience and greater document security. Additionally, a single MFP license supports any number of user computers in the same network. Document history log enables users to see a list of all scanned documents, along with file location. All that was needed was to add:445 after the hostname field when setting up the address book entry. Problem solved. Highly secure with PIN or optional proximity card protection, MFP and file access restrictions, as well as SSL-encrypted communication. User-selectable scan settings enable users to manage image type, orientation, resolution, etc. It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. Please turn on JavaScript and try again.