SCAN TO SMB: WINDOWS MACHINE AND SERVERS




SCAN TO SMB: WINDOWS MACHINE AND SERVERS

Scanning To Smb

(prerequisite: setup a shared folder on pc and setup a userid with a password that can access it…)

On kyocera copiers, if all is going well, you can do the following…

user: username

password: password

hostname or IP address: this depends on your estimation of the network stability if its really stable then use hostname… if you really aren’t too sure use IP address and make sure its not in the IP range of the router…

path: in general you are going to put a folder at the root… so path should just be the folder name… if you don’t put it there then you will have to put in the exact path for the folder…

Now lets say you have issues logging into the network
The easy way around this is to create a local admin user on the machine and then use his login and password

Now lets say you really need to log into the network to get scan to smb running… because the shared folder is on the server

your user name can take one of the following configurations…

say the user is test

say the domain is mydomain.com…

here are your possibilities

MYDOMAINtest

test@mydomain.com

test@mydomain.local

test

there may be other possibilities but I have not run into them as yet…

ok correction here they are

Lets say the user is 1
and the IP is 192.168.10.40
here are different ways to write the username

1@192.168.10.40
192.168.10.401
.1

Lets say the user is 1
and the hostname is norm
here are different ways to write the user name
1@norm
1@norm.local
NORM1

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