Configuring the Default Settings (Setup Guide) (Touch Panel Model)

When you turn ON the machine for the first time, the screen (Setup Guide) for setting the items required for using the machine is displayed. Configure the settings using the procedure below by following the instructions on the screen.
These settings can only be configured one time using the Setup Guide when starting the machine for the first time. To change the settings configured with the Setup Guide at a later time, set the items in Steps 2 to 4 individually. For the details of each setting, see the following.
Setting the Date and Time
Setting the Department ID and PIN for the Administrator
Setting the PIN to Use for Remote UI
Connecting to a Wireless LAN

Step 1: Setting the Display Language and Country or Region

Set the language displayed on the operation panel screen and reports to be printed. Next, set the country or region where the machine is used.
On the [Language] screen, select the display language.
Press [Yes].
The display language is set, and the [Select Country/Region] screen is displayed.
Depending on the country or region, the [Select Country/Region] screen is not displayed and the [Time Zone] screen is displayed. When the [Time Zone] screen is displayed, proceed to "Step 2: Setting the Date and Time." Step 2: Setting the Date and Time
On the [Select Country/Region] screen, select the country or region.
The country or region is set, and the [Time Zone] screen is displayed.

Step 2: Setting the Date and Time

The date and time are used as the reference for the functions using date and time information, and therefore, they need to be set accurately.
On the [Time Zone] screen, select your time zone.
Set the time zone (UTC*1) and Daylight Saving Time according to the region where this machine is installed.
*1 The UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) is a coordinated universal time that is standard for all parts of the world. Internet-based communication relies on the UTC being set correctly.
On the [Current Time Set.] screen, enter the date and time, and press [Apply].
The time and date are set, and the Remote UI confirmation screen is displayed.

Step 3: Setting Remote UI

With Remote UI, you can use a Web browser on a computer to check the operation status of the machine, change the settings, and perform other operations.
Set the System Manager ID and Remote UI Access PIN to prevent unauthorized access to the machine.
On the Remote UI confirmation screen, press [Yes].
Confirm the message, and press [Yes].
Restrict the use of Remote UI to only those users who know the Remote UI Access PIN.
Enter the Remote UI Access PIN, and press [Apply].
Specify any number. You cannot set a PIN consisting of all zeros, such as "00" or "0000000."
Enter the PIN again, and press [Apply].
After the message [Settings configured.] appears, and then the screen for confirming the wireless LAN connection is displayed.

Step 4: Connecting to a Wireless LAN

Connect to the network using wireless local area network (LAN).
On the screen for confirming the wireless LAN connection, press [Yes].
If the machine is not connected to a wireless LAN, press [No].
When connecting to a wired LAN, configure the wired LAN connection settings after exiting the Setup Guide. Selecting Wired or Wireless LAN
Select the Wireless LAN connection type, and connect to the Wireless LAN.
The settings configured in the Setup Guide are applied.
When you exit the Setup Guide, the [Home] screen is displayed. [Home] Screen
Depending on your wireless LAN router, the connection type and security standards may vary. Check for a connection type and security standard that are supported by both the wireless LAN router and the machine, and then establish a connection according to the connection type. For the standards and procedure, see the following:
Connecting to a Wireless LAN