<User Management>

You can configure the settings for managing users of the machine with a user authentication application.
<Change Password>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>  <Authentication Management>
The users registered in the machine can change their own login password. This setting is not displayed for users that have logged in with Administrator privileges.
<Register/Edit Authentication User>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>  <Authentication Management>
Select to register users in the machine and specify the user information, such as the password and privilege level. Registering User Information in the Local Device
<Use User Authentication>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>  <Authentication Management>
Select whether to enable the personal authentication management function. You can also select which login methods to use for user authentication. Configuring the User Login Methods and Authentication Devices
<Number of Caches for Login Users>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>  <Authentication Management>  <Keyboard Authentication>
Select whether to display the names of users who previously logged in in a drop-down list on the login screen. Select <0> to hide the login history, and select <1> to display only the name of the user who logged in most recently. Configuring the User Login Methods and Authentication Devices
<Display Button to Change Password on Settings Menu>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>  <Authentication Management>  <Keyboard Authentication>
Select whether to allow users to change passwords by using on the top right corner of the login screen. Configuring the User Login Methods and Authentication Devices
<Use Numeric Keys for Authentication>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>  <Authentication Management>  <Keyboard Authentication>
If the user name and password are comprised of numbers only, authentication can be performed with numeric key entry only.
<Login Screen Display Settings>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>  <Authentication Management>
Specify when to display the login screen by selecting either "when you start using the machine" or "after a function button is pressed." If "after a function button is pressed" is selected, you can specify the functions that require user login. Specifying When to Display the Login Screen
<Functions to Restrict>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>  <Authentication Management>
Select whether to restrict use of particular functions when personal authentication management is enabled. Configuring the User Login Methods and Authentication Devices
<Restrict Job from Remote Device without User Auth.>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>  <Authentication Management>
Select whether to apply personal authentication management to printing, faxing, and remote scanning via a computer. Using Personal Authentication to Manage Printing/Faxing/Remote Scanning via a Computer
<Default Role When Registering User>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>  <Authentication Management>
Select the role to apply to users in situations such as when no privileges are set. Configuring the User Login Methods and Authentication Devices
<Match Case for User Name>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>  <Authentication Management>
Select whether user names are case-sensitive.
<System Manager Information Settings>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>
Set the System Manager information for the machine. Changing the System Manager ID and PIN
<Department ID Management>
  <Management Settings>  <User Management>
Select whether to manage users in groups by assigning users to Department IDs. Configuring the Department ID Management Settings
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