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Need to establish PIN/Code for machine - help xerox c123

I am trying to set up a code or pin for my xerox c123 copy machine. i have not been able to find the option on the menu. we want to add some security to our machine to prevent random people from using it. any help would be appreciated.....thanks

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The following information describes how to register userIDs and usernames, login names, and passwords for authenticating accesses attempted through the network for scanning services, and impose restrictions on the maximum number of pages to be copied or scanned. Up to 500 user accounts can be registered.
NOTE: You must be a System Administrator to perform this solution.

  1. Press the [Log In / Out] button on the Control Panel. The Login screen will be displayed.
  2. Enter the System Administrator userID using the numeric keypad on the Control Panel, or select the [Keyboard] button on the Touch Screen to enter the userID, and then select [Save] on the Touch Screen.
  3. If necessary, enter the System Administrator password using the numeric keypad, or select the [Keyboard] button to enter the password, and then select [Save] on the Touch Screen.

    NOTE: The default userID is 11111, and the default password is x-admin (must be entered in lower case). If the userID and / or password have been forgotten, a service call must be placed.

  4. Select [Confirm] on the Touch Screen. The System Administrator Menu screen will be displayed.
  5. Select [System Settings]. The System Settings screen will be displayed.
  6. Select [Login / Auditron Administration]. The Login Setup / Auditron Administration screen will be displayed.
  7. Select [Create / Check User Accounts]. The Create / Check User Accounts screen will be displayed.
  8. Select a user account number or use the numeric keypad to enter a user account number in the Go to (001-500) field.
  9. Select [Create / Delete]. The User Account screen will be displayed.
  10. Enter a userID using the keypad on the Touch Screen, and then select [Save]. The Create / Delete screen will be displayed.
  11. Select from the following options:
    • UserID: Allows a userID to be entered using the keyboard on the Touch Screen. Up to 32 alphanumeric characters can be entered including spaces.
    • User Name: Allows a username to be entered using the keyboard on the Touch Screen. Up to 32 alphanumeric characters can be entered including spaces.
    • Password: Allows a password to be entered using the keyboard on the Touch Screen. 4 to 12 alphanumeric characters can be entered. The Password button is also displayed if a password was selected on the Login Setup / Auditron Mode screen.
    • Remote Login Settings: The following settings can be modified on this screen:
      • Login Name - Allows a login name to be programmed that needs to be entered when the machine is accessed through the network.
      • Password - Allows a password to be programmed that needs to be entered when the machine is accessed through the network.
    • Account Limit: Select [Copy Service] or [Scan Service], and then select [Account Limit]. Using the numeric keypad on the Control Panel, specify and restrict the maximum number of pages to be copied or scanned for the account. The maximum number can be entered within the range of 1-9,999,999 pages.
    • Reset Total Impressions: Deletes all data tracked for the selected account.
    • Reset Account: Clears all settings and data for the selected account.
  12. Select [Save].
  13. Select [Close] three times.
  14. Select [Exit].

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