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Many machines allow network printing but not network scanning. I think you will find that the MX850 driver and MP Navigator software simply does not support network scanning. I suggest you query Canon directly.
Go to your network and sharing center. Choose homegroup and sharing options. Change advanced sharing settings. Under your home or work profile, scroll down to file sharing connections. Switch to enable file sharing for devices that use 40 or 56 bit encryption. If that does not work, under password protected sharing, select "turn off password protected sharing". This is not recommended if you use your computer in multiple locations (laptop). I have found that turning all of these features off, running a scan from the printer successfully and then turning them back on, Windows seems to be comfortable allowing the printer to connect to the computer.
Hello a Fiery print controller is basically a computer, which needs to be rebooted once a week to get rid of temp. files. Try shutting down each fiery every Friday and restarting Monday morning and your problems will be resolved. What model Fiery's do you have (IC-408, IC-901),? let me know which model and I can see if their is a patch to correct this issue. email@example.com
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Scanning thru a wireless connection is not supported on these printers. Printing does not require that much data to be sent back to the computer, scanning of course does. Printers require a bi-directional signal path to allow scanning such as USB and parallel ports. Sorry to be the barer of bad news.
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The ip address for you scanner is already set. If you are able to print to it over the network than you will be able to scan from it over the network. The trick is that you will need to initiate the scan from your pc and not from the scanner. Look in your program files and find epson scan. there you will find epson scan setings. open this up and select a scanner, the cx11nf. Tell it that it is a network scanner and allow the program to find the scanner. Once found, you will need to test it. If you get full communication back from the scanner than you are connected and can then use epson scan to scan your documents and pictures to file.
If you cant find epson scan than you have not loaded the program and will need to reload the program.
No, if you print or scan, you need always to store the file on a computer, and if you use copy function, you still need the computer, as copy function allowed on this printer is only Colour Copying with PC .
This printer cannot print, scan or copy if it is not connected to a computer.