Starting the Remote UI

The portal page appears when you start the Remote UI. You can check the current status of the device including consumable information on the portal page.

Before You Start the Remote UI

Before starting the Remote UI, the administrator should perform the following:

Specify the Network Settings

Configure the settings in <Network Settings> from <Fiery> in the machine's control panel. For details on how to configure the settings, see the manual of the imagePRESS Server.
Check the IP address of the imagePRESS Server beforehand. If the IP address is not known, contact your network administrator.

Enable the Remote UI

Set <Remote UI> to <On>. It is also recommended that <Device Information Settings> ( (Settings/Registration)  <Management Settings>  <Device Information Settings>) is configured.
 (Settings/Registration) <Management Settings> <License/Other> <Remote UI> <On> (Set On/Off of <Use TLS> if necessary)
Before changing the settings of the machine, set your Web browser to enable all cookies and use JavaScript.
The Remote UI setting is made effective only after turning the machine's main power OFF, and then ON.
Connection via a proxy server is not possible. If your system environment has a proxy server, perform the following setting.
(As these settings differ depending on the network environment, contact your network administrator.)
Enter the IP address of the imagePRESS Server into Exceptions in the Web browser proxy server settings.
If the control panel of the machine is being used for a particular operation and if you use the same operation on the Remote UI, the last setting is activated.
If multiple Remote UIs are running simultaneously, the latest setting that was made is enabled. It is recommended that only one Remote UI be running at a time.
To enter characters from a Web browser, use the characters that you can enter from the touch panel display of the machine. If you use the other characters, they may not be displayed/recognized properly on the machine.
By setting <Remote UI> to <On>, you can open a necessary port. However, it is recommended that it is set to <Off>, if a port is not used. If you leave the port open, an unauthorized user may access the machine.

Changing the Default Password

For security reasons, you cannot log in to the Remote UI using the default password (7654321) for the Administrator user. Log in to the Remote UI after changing the password of the Administrator user from the control panel.
 (Settings/Registration) <Management Settings> <User Management> <Authentication Management> <Register/Edit Authentication User> change the password for "Administrator"
When both the machine and the Active Directory server are set as user authentication devices (Configuring the User Login Methods and Authentication Devices), the time setting of the Active Directory server needs to match that of the machine.
Using TLS encryption for communication
When you want to encrypt the Remote UI communication, configure the TLS key and certificate (Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS), go to the <Remote UI> setting (<Remote UI>) and set <Use TLS> to <On>, then turn the machine OFF and back ON.
Logging in to the Remote UI using the default password of the Administrator user
You can also set to allow logging in to the Remote UI using the default password of the Administrator user. ( (Settings/Registration) <Management Settings> <Security Settings> <Authentication/Password Settings> <Password Settings> <Allow Use of Default Password for Remote Access> <On>)

Starting the Remote UI

Start the Web browser.
Enter the IP address of the imagePRESS Server, and press the [ENTER] key on the computer keyboard.
Enter "http://<IP address of the imagePRESS Server>/" in the address input field.
Click [Launch Remote UI] in the Web Tool screen.
If the Remote UI does not start properly and an error message appears, delete the cache files of your Web browser.
When you use WebTools connecting directly the monitor or keyboard to the imagePRESS Server, you cannot start the Remote UI.
Log in to the Remote UI.
Enter a registered user name and password in [User Name] and [Password], select the login destination in [Login Destination], and click [Log In].
If [Log In (Guest)] is displayed, unregistered users can click this button and log in as general users.
With some user authentication settings, the Remote UI may skip the login screen and display the main screen (portal page) directly. Remote UI Screen
If the screen for enabling two-factor authentication appears after login
Check that the Remote UI portal page is displayed. Remote UI Screen
When using the Remote UI to operate the machine, do not use the Web browser's [Back] button. The page may not change properly if you use the [Back] button.

Setting the Timeout Time after Logging In to the Remote UI

The user is automatically logged out if no operations are performed for a certain period of time after logging in to the Remote UI. You can set the time until the user is logged out.
Start the Remote UI [Settings/Registration] [Network Settings] [Session Settings] [Timeout After Logging in to Remote UI] set the timeout time after login [OK]

Remote UI Screen

The portal page shown below is displayed when you log in to the Remote UI. This section describes the items displayed on the portal page and the basic operations.
Some display items and functions are only available if you log in with Administrator privileges.
If multiple users are operating the Remote UI at the same time or the control panel of the machine is being operated at the same time as the Remote UI, the last operation that is performed is effective.

Device information

The current machine status is displayed, along with information about errors, consumables, etc.

Display language

You can switch the language that is displayed on the Remote UI screen.

[Log Out]

Log out from the Remote UI and return to the login page.

[E-Mail to System Manager]

Create an e-mail message to send to the administrator. The administrator's e-mail address can be set in [Settings/Registration] [User Management] [System Manager/Contact Person Information Settings].

[Status Monitor/Cancel]

You can check the status of jobs or cancel processing. You can also check detailed information about the amount of remaining toner and paper, etc. Checking the Status and Logs


You can change the machine settings. You can save the setting details to a computer, or import them from a computer to the machine. Importing/Exporting the Setting Data
You can use either the control panel or the Remote UI to change most machine settings, but some settings can only be changed using one or the other.

[Basic Tools]

You can perform operations such as printing documents or registering/editing destinations.
Managing Stored Files
Registering Destinations via the Remote UI

[Management Tools]

You can perform management for items such as MEAP applications (MEAP) or user setting information (Deleting User Setting Information).

[Portal Display Settings]

You can change the order in which the [Basic Tools] and [Management Tools] buttons are displayed on the portal page.


Messages from the administrator are displayed, along with links to machine support information. Displaying Messages from the Administrator
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