<Printer>

Specify the settings for the printer functions.
For information on the items ("A", "B", "C", and "No") in the "Import All Function" column, see Import All Function.

<Output Report>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Printer>
You can print reports for the machine settings.
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<Output Report>
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-
-
-
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-

<Printer Settings>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Printer>
Specify the printer settings.
For more information, see Setting the Machine (PS/PCL/UFR II Printer).
 
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<Custom Settings>
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-
-
-
-
-
<UFR II>
-
-
-
-
-
-
<PCL>*1
-
-
-
-
-
-
<PS>*1
-
-
-
-
-
-
<Imaging>
-
-
-
-
-
-
<PDF>
-
-
-
-
-
-
<XPS>
-
-
-
-
-
-
<Utility>
-
-
-
-
-
-
*1 Indicates items that appear only when the appropriate optional product is available for use or the appropriate setting is specified.

<Restrict Printer Jobs>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Printer>
If this setting is set to <On>, you can restrict jobs from the printer driver.
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<Restrict Printer Jobs>
<On>, <Off>
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
C
Settings for Printer Settings
When <On> is selected:
<Select Jobs to Allow>: <Reserved Jobs>
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
C
Settings for Printer Settings

<PDL Selection (Plug and Play)>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Printer>
Select default Page Description Language (PDL).
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<PDL Selection (Plug and Play)>
<UFR II>, <PCL6>*1, <PS3>*1, <UFR II (V4)>, <Fax>*1, <PCL6 (V4)>*1
Yes
No
Yes
No
C
Settings for Printer Settings
*1 Indicates items that appear only when the appropriate optional product is available for use or the appropriate setting is specified.

<Paper Feed Mode for Printer Driver Jobs with MP Tray>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Printer>
You can set whether to prioritize the printer driver settings or the paper settings in the machine when printing a job with the multi-purpose tray specified as the paper source. In addition, if you prioritized the settings in the machine, set the paper feed mode for when free size paper is set in the multi-purpose tray.
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<Paper Feed Mode for Printer Driver Jobs with MP Tray>
<Mode A (Prioritize Printer Driver Settings)>, <Mode B (Flexible If Free Size Is Selected)>, <Mode C (Feed Only If Paper Settings Match)>
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
C
Settings/Registration Basic Information
When the following conditions are met, you can press <Temp. Change Ppr. in MP Tray> on the paper selection screen of <Copy> and <Access Stored Files> to change the paper size/type to load from the multi-purpose tray:
If paper is loaded in the multi-purpose tray
If this setting is set to <Mode A (Prioritize Printer Driver Settings)>
If <Multi-Purpose Tray Defaults> is set to <Use Preset>
If the paper size specified in the printer driver greatly differs from the paper size set in the multi-purpose tray, an error message is displayed.
Take note of the following when free size paper is set for <Mode A (Prioritize Printer Driver Settings)>.
When printing on envelopes, be sure to specify the paper type on the printer driver. If it is not specified, printing may not be performed.
A paper jam or another printing problem may occur if the paper type is not specified when printing on other type of paper.

<Envelope Flap Length Settings>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Printer>
You can set the flap length when Nagagata 3 envelopes are loaded vertically (with the flap on the far side) in the multi-purpose tray.
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<Envelope Flap Length Settings>
0 to 30.0 mm
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
B
Settings for Printer Settings
In order to change this setting, <Paper Feed Mode for Printer Driver Jobs with MP Tray> must be set to <Mode A (Prioritize Printer Driver Settings)>.
This setting is applied in the following cases:
If Nagagata 3 envelope is specified in the printer driver
If the multi-purpose tray is set as the paper source when sending the job from the printer driver
If <Paper Feed Mode for Printer Driver Jobs with MP Tray> is set to <Mode A (Prioritize Printer Driver Settings)>

<PS Password Settings>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Printer>
You can specify the password that restricts the use of the control command prepared by the PS printer.
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<PS Password Settings>
<SystemParamsPassword>, <StartJobPassword>
No
No
Yes
No
C
Settings for Printer Settings
<SystemParamsPassword> is a password that allows changes to the system parameter, and <StartJobPassword> is a password that allows startjob, exitserver operator to perform. For more information, check PostScript language specifications.

<Paper Feed Mode When Using PCL Emulation>

 (Settings/Registration)  <Function Settings>  <Printer>
You can set the paper source used for the PCL5 PaperSource command.
Item
Setting Description
DeviceAdmin
NetworkAdmin
Can be set in Remote UI
Device Information Delivery Available
Import All Function
Name of Item When Exporting with the Remote UI
<Paper Feed Mode When Using PCL Emulation>
<Mode 0>, <Mode 1>, <Mode 2>
No
No
Yes
No
C
Settings/Registration Basic Information
For details on each setting, see Setting the Machine (PS/PCL/UFR II Printer).
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