Accessing the Advanced Space from a Computer

You can access the Advanced Space from a computer to save files on the computer or download files from the Advanced Space. This shared storage can hold data in the file formats commonly supported by a computer, offering you a versatile usage - save and share PDF files created on a computer or scan documents from the machine to save as JPEG files so they can be downloaded from a computer whenever you need. The Advanced Space is opened externally as either a SMB or WebDAV server. The way to access the Advanced Space differs depending on which server it uses as a role.
To access the Advanced Space from a computer, some settings need to be specified beforehand. Setting Advanced Space to Public
If the machine is shut down while a client computer is writing a file to the Advanced Space, an incomplete file is generated in the Advanced Space. In this case, perform the operation again after restarting the machine.
In order to directly connect to the Advanced Box from the Explorer of a computer to create/change/delete files/folders, it is necessary to set <Prohibit Writing from External> to <Off>. <Prohibit Writing from External>
If the Advanced Space is opened externally as an SMB or WebDAV server, a user with Administrator privileges can delete the folders and files created by general users by directly connecting to the Advanced Space from Windows Explorer on a computer.

When Opened Using SMB

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Open Windows Explorer.
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Enter the address of the Advanced Space in the address bar and press the [ENTER] key on the computer keyboard.
To access the Shared Space, enter "\\host name or IP address of this machine\share." To access the Personal Space, enter "\\host name or IP address of this machine\users."
When login is successful, the Advanced Space is displayed.
If you are using an IPv6 address, enclose the address with [].
When the login screen is displayed, enter the user name and password.

When Opened Using WebDAV

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Open Windows Explorer, and click [Computer].
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Click [Map network drive].
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Select a drive from the [Drive] drop-down list.
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Enter an address in the [Folder] text box, and click [Finish].
To access the Shared Space, enter "http://host name or IP address of this machine/share." To access the Personal Space, enter "http://host name or IP address of this machine/users."
When login is successful, the Advanced Space is displayed.
If you are using an IPv6 address, enclose the address with [].
If TLS is in use, enter "https" instead of "http" when entering the address.
When the login screen is displayed, enter the user name and password.
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