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Yes, it is an external option part. Contact the local copier people and they should be able to point you in the right direction. The place I had to do this was in a law office; you had to enter a code to do anything on a copier, fax, printer or a long distance call (they kept track of EVERYTHING so they could bill the client for it. They all had a box with a keypad on it that was attached to each device; you would send your print job to the printer, but before it would come out, you had to enter your code and print job #. Copiers were set up the same way. I asked their IT people about it and they said the same thing "the copier people installed them".
you can protect your copier with user code protection just fallow theis steps 1. Press the User Tolls Button 2. Tuch the System Settings 3. Tuch the Keyoperator tools 4. Tuch the User code managment 5. make copier ON & tuch OK 6.Tuch Next and Tuch Addressbook Managment 7. Tuch new program 8. Tuch User Code 9. Enter the number your choise & Tuch the # 10. Tuch the function Eg. Copier & Tuch the OK and Exit the user tools - thanks
Yes. Easy to do, just go into the admin mode under utilities. Turn on Copy Track and then setup your accounts. You can restrict color, number of copies etc. This is also in your operators manual.
The default admin password is 12345678
you can use either the User Authentication or Account Track. With authentication you can give public access to BW and require a password for colour. With Account Track you can create users and limt acees, but you CANNOT give public access. ALL users would required to have a code. This is controlled for copy, scan and print functions.
Most Modern copiers have an access code system built in, this works in two ways, first it elimnates unauthorized copying as the machine is essentially locked if you do not have a code.
Second, It allows you to track the copies made by each code. By assigning each dept or individual with an acess code you can now track the number of copies each has made.
You will likely have to have the service tech come in to set up the feature and adminitrator functions. Once this is done you will have better control of your machine.
I have seen in larger operations a 20-25% reduction in copies once the codes are in place.
If the built in controller does not have enough access codes or features there are aftermarker products available.
Canon has released the Uniflow suite but it is a bit expensive for a small office with less than 5 computers
I would suggest you to create ID's for every user. Then form web interface create limitations for every one.
For network printing just activate the job accounting form the drivers properties
the only way is to goto additional functions > System Settings> dept I.D > set a user code and password, then you can set a copy limit per user id, once a copy limit is reached you have to reset it or create a new user I.D. Thats the only way, you can also get reports on how many copies each I.D has done..
when you create account codes they are assigned a number, are you sure you are not starting at the end? It should only erase the previous information if you turn account track on then off. firstname.lastname@example.org