The MyQ Sharp Embedded terminal can be used with all card readers supported by the printing device.

Contact your Sharp support for a list of card readers supported by a particular model.

Authentication via ID cards needs to enabled on the printing device Web UI.

Similarly to the previous settings, the setup slightly differs between the older and newer OSA platforms. The following sections describe the same setup in the different Web UI types.

Configuration on OSA 4.5 or lower

  1. Log on the printing device's Web User Interface as an administrator (http://*IP Address of the device*).

  2. On the menu on the left side of the Web UI screen, click User Control. The User Control drop down menu opens.

    4.5 web UI - Opening User Control
  3. On the menu, click Card Type/Card Reader Settings. The Card Type / Card Reader Settings tab opens to the right.

    4.5 web UI - Opening card type - card reader settings
  4. On the tab, select the Use IC Card for Authentication option, make sure that Card Type/Card Reader is set to 200, and then click Submit at the top-left corner of the tab.

    4.5 web UI - Card type - card reader settings
  5. Reboot the device for the changes to take effect.

Configuration on OSA 5.0

  1. Log on the printing device's Web User Interface as an administrator (http://*IP Address of the device*).

  2. Open the User Control tab.

    5 web UI - Opening User Control
  3. On the menu, click Card Type/Card Reader Settings. The Card Type / Card Reader Settings tab opens to the right.

    5 web UI - Opening card type - card reader settings
  4. On the tab, make sure that Card Type/Card Reader is set to 200, and then click Submit at the top-left corner of the tab.

    5 web UI - Card type - card reader settings
  5. Reboot the device for the changes to take effect.

Configuration on OSA 5.5

  1. Log on the printing device's Web User Interface as an administrator (http://*IP Address of the device*).

  2. Click System Settings.

  3. Click Authentication Settings.

    5.5 web UI - User authentication settings
    1. Set User Authentication to Enable.

    2. Set Authentication Server Settings to Sharp OSA.

  4. Modify the Settings for Using Authentication Information as seen below:

    5.5 web UI - User authentication information settings
    1. Store User Information: checked.

    2. Store Password: checked.

    3. Cache Period: Unlimited.

    4. Enable Personalization when external authentication is used: checked.

    5. Enable Offline Authentication with stored User Information: unchecked.

    6. Cache Authentication Information for External Service Connect: checked.

  5. For Administration Settings MyQ recommends the following setup:

    5.5 web UI - Administration settings
  6. Scroll down to Card Setting, select Use IC Card for Authentication (only check this option if you have set ID Card as a login method on the MyQ server), and Card/Front Panel Operation Authentication Approval and click Submit(U).

    5.5 web UI - Card setting
  7. Click Card Reader Settings in the left pane and check if Card Type/Card Reader is set to 200. If not, change it to this number and click Submit(U).

    5.5 web UI - Card type - card reader setting
  8. Reboot the device for the changes to take effect.