To set up or modify the MDC settings, click on the MyQ icon on the macOS system tray. Click the three dots in the upper-right corner to open the Actions Menu and click Preferences. You can also use the Actions Menu to visit the online help (Help), view information about the app (About), open the logs (Logs), and close the application (Quit).
The following preferences are available in the Server tab:
Print server address:
Fixed address - Address: Enter the IP address or hostname of the MyQ server. Port: Enter the MyQ server's port. By default, it is 8090 for a secure (SSL) connection.
Via Central server - Address: Enter the IP address or hostname of the MyQ Central server. Port: Enter the MyQ Central server's port. By default, it is 8093 for a secure (SSL) connection.
From CSV file - Select this if you wish MDC to automatically switch between multiple servers on an IP subnet. This is done by uploading a CSV file with the required information, by adding the exact path to the file in the CSV file path field.
Validate server certificate: If enabled, the connection between MDC and the MyQ server is secure and requires a certificate. The option is enabled by default.
Test Connection: Click to test the connection between MDC and MyQ Server, with or without a certificate.
The following preferences are available in the Authentication tab:
List of users: With this option selected, the job sender has to select one of the MyQ user accounts from the list of all MyQ users. The job sender is then identified as the selected MyQ user.
Login dialog: With this option selected, the job sender has to log in under their MyQ credentials. The job sender is then identified as the logged in MyQ user. You can select up to three Login dialog options: PIN, Username and password, and ID card, as well as enable the Remember me feature, which is used to display/hide the option to remember the logging user.
Mac single sign-on: With this option selected, the job sender is identified as the macOS user account where the job is sent from.
Once done configuring the server and authentication settings, click Save. You are prompted to enter your MacOS password to save the settings.
The ‘Q’ icon in the taskbar will always be black, whether the client is connected to the MyQ server or not. MDC starts in silent mode and there is no communication via API with the MyQ server until the user sends a job or clicks on the icon.
IP subnet CSV file information
To automatically switch between multiple servers on an IP subnet, the uploaded CSV file should contain the information about the subnets. The file's headers should be subnet, host, and port, as seen on the image below.
You can also use the following CSV template, modifying the fields according to your needs:
In case the configuration for the current subnet does not match or something is incorrect on the file or it can't be opened, MDC will go to the disconnected state.