<Device Management>

You can specify settings related to the management of the device and optional products.
<Device Information Settings>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Enter the name and the installation location to identify the machine.
<Device Information Distribution Settings>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Set the machine to send various machine settings (device information) over the network and automatically apply to other Canon multifunction printers. Distributing the Device Information to Other Canon Multifunction Printers
<Limited Functions Mode>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
If the finisher malfunctions, you can temporarily limit its function and continue using the machine. A Message Saying to Contact a Local Authorized Canon Dealer Is Displayed
<Confirm Device Signature Certificate>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Check the detailed settings of a device signature certificate. You can also check whether the certificate is valid.
<Confirm User Signature Certificate>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Check the detailed settings of a user signature certificate available for the logged-in user. You can also check whether the certificate is valid.
<Certificate Settings>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
You can manage keys/certificates, CA certificates, and certificate revocation lists (CRL) that are used on the machine.
<Display Job Status Before Authentication>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Select whether to restrict access to the <Status Monitor> screen when using a login service.
<Restrict Access to Other User Jobs>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Select whether to restrict users from performing operations on the jobs of other users on the <Status Monitor> screen when User Authentication is used.
<Display Job Log>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Select whether to display job logs on the <Status Monitor> screen. You can also select whether to allow device management software to retrieve job logs from the machine. Basic Screens on the Touch Panel Display
<Save Audit Log>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Select whether to start log recording. For information on the types of logs, see System Specifications.
<Retrieve Network Authentication Log>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Select whether to start log recording for authentication performed when the machine is accessed via the network, such as when printing from a computer or accessing the Advanced Box.
<Store Key Operation Log>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Select whether to save a log of the key operations performed by users. By analyzing the stored logs, you can survey how the machine is being used.
<Restrict Service Representative Access>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
You can set the machine to restrict changes in user information or security-related settings when the machine is inspected or repaired by your local authorized Canon dealer.
<Synchronize Custom Settings (Client)>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
You can synchronize the personalized data of multiple Canon multifunction printers on a network. Even for the server machine, it is necessary to enable this setting if you wish to operate the machine as the client machine. Starting Setting Synchronization
<Synchronize Custom Settings (Server)>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
You can synchronize the personalized data of multiple Canon multifunction printers on a network. However, it is also necessary to enable this setting in a single machine to function as the server for the multifunction printers performing synchronization. Starting Setting Synchronization
<Enable Use of Personal Settings>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>  <Manage Personal Settings>
Select whether to enable users that are logged into the machine to use the Personalization function, such as the display language, accessibility settings, and the screen to display after startup/restoration.
<Action When Maximum Number of Users Exceeded>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>  <Manage Personal Settings>
Select how the machine processes personal settings for users or groups (user setting information) when the number for which the machine can save various settings exceeds the limit.
<Use Default Screen After Startup/Restoration>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>  <Manage Personal Settings>
Select whether to enable each user to set the screen displayed on startup/restoration.
<Use NFC Card Emulation>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Specify whether to use NFC functions to connect to mobile devices.
<Prohibit Initialization of Administrator Password>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Specify whether to restrict operations of <Initialize Admin. Password> ([Counter/Device Information] <Device Info./Other>).
<Restrict Special Mode Operations>
  <Management Settings>  <Device Management>
Select whether to restrict use of Special Mode, which is provided for the purpose of maintenance by service representatives.
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