In this section, you can select from various options of enabling the users to access the functions of the printing device without logging in to the terminal.
If you enable at least one of the Scan/Copy/Fax options, the users can access the functions either by closing the terminal or directly from the panel of the printing device.
By selecting and saving the Shutdown! option in the Emergency Mode setting, you can remotely disable the embedded terminal.
Scan - If Enabled, users can use the scan function on the particular printing device screen without the need to log in.
Copy - Set the behavior of the copy function, that users can use on the particular printing device after unlocking the panel, without logging in to the terminal. You can choose from the following settings:
Disabled: Users cannot use the copy function without login.
BW Copy: Users can only use the black and white copy function.
Color Copy: Users can use the full color copy function.
Fax - If Enabled , users can use the fax function on the particular printing device without the need to log in. Pages printed, scanned and faxed in this mode are accounted to the *unknown user.
Emergency Mode - Here you can remotely disable the terminal in case of emergency.
To disable the terminal, select Shutdown!. The terminal shuts down, the printing device's panel is unlocked and its default screen opens. Users can now run standard device operations without logging in. Pages printed and scanned in the Shutdown! mode are accounted to the *unknown user.
To re-enable the terminal, select Normal operation and restart the device on the printer device's web user interface.
Start Screen - If you enable at least one of the Scan/Copy/Fax options above, the initial screen of the
device can be set to one of the following two modes:
User Login: Anonymous access to the No-Login operations is possible via the anonymous login (lock) button at the top-right corner of the screen.
Device Panel: The default screen of the panel is displayed (scan or copy - depends on the device's settings). In such cases, users can switch to the login screen by pressing the logout button, or directly log in by swiping their ID card.