Before Using the Remote UI

Before you start using the Remote UI, specify or check the following settings.
Specifying the Network Settings on the machine
Specify or check the Network Settings to obtain or find out the IP address of the machine.
Confirm that the Use HTTP setting is set to ‘On’.
You can find the Network Settings including the Use HTTP setting by pressing (Additional Functions) → [System Settings].
If you cannot find out the IP address of the machine, consult your network administrator or see System Settings.
Enabling the Remote UI and specifying the device name
Confirm that the Remote UI On/Off setting is set to ‘On’. If you want to establish a more secure communication by using TLS, set the Use TLS setting to ‘On’. Make sure to generate and specify the default TLS key pair. (Setting up the Machine for Your Network Environment)
Specify the name of the device in the Device Info Settings to identify the machine you operate from the Remote UI by the specified name.
Connection via a proxy server is not possible. If your system environment has a proxy server, specify the IP address of the machine as an proxy exception on your web browser. (Set your web browser not to access the IP address of the machine through a proxy server.) Setting procedures vary depending on the system environment. Consult your network administrator.
Enable all cookies and use Java Script on your web browser. Otherwise, you will not be able to change the machine’s settings using the Remote UI.
If multiple Remote UIs are running simultaneously, the latest setting is enabled.
You can find the Remote UI On/Off setting and Device Info Settings by pressing (Additional Functions) → [System Settings]. For more information on the Remote UI On/Off setting, see Protecting the Machine from Unauthorized Access. For more information on the Device Info Settings, see Other System Settings.