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Accessing scan files within network

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Please let me know how can I access my scan file.
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How were they scanned in? Was it an embedded SMB scan? Either way, you should have a shared file to a delivery server, or to a desktop. You need to find out where it scans to, and browse to it on your network.

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How to enable and disable printer and file sharing in Windows 7


How to enable or disable printer and file sharing in Windows 7

1. Click on the start button, then click on Control Panel

2. Once in Control Panel click on Network and Sharing Center

3. Click on Change Advanced Sharing Settings, located in the upper left hand corner

4. Next you will need to make sure you are accessing your current network profile. In most cases the current profile will already be explained. Note with the network profiles allows you to set different access for different types of networks.

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5. Next you will need click on or off file and printer sharing as desired.

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6. Next click on Save Changes

Note you you may want to change the Network Discovery settings as well.

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Try using windows pain program...find it off the start programs menu. Once your in paint, try accessing your scanner through pain file....open..."from Scanner or Camera". You should be able to acess the scanner and scan the image in. Or...you might get a free download of Vuescan on the internet. You'll have to pay for that later though. Paint is free and already in windows.

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HELLO. I have a client that have a IRC1021i and have the windows xp home edition . CAn the machine do the scanner by SMB to the computer (on sharing the folder it doesn t appears the security but i share...


1. create a file on the c: drive called scans point at it and right click share the file for everyone and allow other users to edit 2. type the ip address for the printer into internet explorer to access the remote user interface(RUI) 3. go to the address tab add a new file destination \\computername\filename or \\mycomputer\scans this is case sensitive. user must have a user log on name and a password or none of the above will work. goodluck

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How do I scan a document please?!


Hello,
you can a document using a scanner.
1. you have to find a SCANNER machine that is responsible in scanning the files you want to scan.
2. Then after you find a scanner, next thing to do is to place the document file in the scanner and make sure that your scanner is properly connected and turn on.
3. Click and run the software that is bundled with the scanner to scan the document and then you have to set the path where your scanned file is to be place.
4. Then after the scanning process finished then click the save button to save the scanned files.

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You have to have the USB stick to enable the scan.
It locates on the right side near the back of the machine.
They make , print dongles, Scan dongles and print scan dongles. But that USB device enables scan.

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Which antivirus you are using? please update your antivirus program than access your file of words, excel and outlook. It will solve your problem. In case facing the same problem let me know again.

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Solution To resolve the issue, follow the steps in the solutions below in the order presented. Solution one: Scan from the EWS (Embedded Web Server) Verify that the product can scan and is connected to your network by scanning from the embedded Web server (EWS) on the product. Use the following steps to scan from the EWS:
  1. Print a Network Configuration Page from the product. NOTE: See the product documentation, User Guide, or online resources for information on how to print the Network Configuration Page.
  2. Locate the IP address.
    • Check in the Wired section if the product is connected with an Ethernet cable
    • Check in the Wireless section if the product is connected using a wireless network connection.
  3. Make a note of the IP address found in the appropriate section (wired or wireless); for example, 192.168.1.1.
  4. Open the Web browser.
  5. Type the IP address into the address bar of the Web browser (such as http://192.168.1.1) . Then press Enter . The EWS for the product opens. If it does not open, STOP and click here to check the network connection between the computer and the product (c00047176) (in English).
  6. If the EWS page opened, find the Scan on option.
  7. Click Scan to perform a scanning operation.
  8. If you can scan from the EWS and not from the HP Director/Solution Center or from the product front panel, then continue to Solution two.
Solution two: Check the personal firewall settings When the firewall program is re-enabled after installing the All-in-One software over the network, it may block HP programs or ports required for scanning. If you see pop-up screens asking you to permit access to the network when you try to scan, you should permit access. NOTE: Firewall programs may also block the scanning operation even if they were enabled while installing the All-in-One software. Firewall programs do not always provide messages when blocking access. Follow Step one to allow access to HP program files and ports needed for scanning. Step one: Add programs to the firewall exception list
  1. Open the firewall program.
  2. Add the following files to the Highly Trusted programs list:
    • hpqkygrp.exe , located in the C:\program files\HP\digital imaging\bin directory.
    • hpqscnvw.exe , located in the C:\program files\HP\digital imaging\bin directory.
    • hpqste08.exe , located in the C:\program files\HP\digital imaging\bin directory.
    • hpzipm12.exe , located in the C:\windows\system32 directory.
    • hpzinw12.exe , located in the C:\windows\system32 directory.
    • hpqtra08.exe , located in the C:\program files\HP\digital imaging\bin directory.
    • hpqthb08.exe , located in the C:\program files\HP\digital imaging\bin directory.
  3. If these files are already added, check whether full access has been granted to them.
  4. Open the following ports on the firewall utility by following the instructions provided by the manufacturer:
    • UDP ports: 161, 427 and 137
    • TCP ports: 9220, 9500 and 9290
Step two: Restart devices on the network After making the changes to your firewall application, turn off the All-in-One, the computer you made the firewall changes on, and your router, and then turn on these devices in the following order:
  1. Router
  2. HP All-in-One device
  3. Computer

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