Features of Duplex Printer
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Authenticate user login credentials at HP MFP, manages the simultaneous transmission of scanned images from each HP MFP on the network to any of several types of destinations. It performs any image decompression, page decomposition, and image format conversion necessary to transmit the document. It communicates with any server that the administrator has configured for digital sending. It maintains address books and synchronizes address books with a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol server, if set up to do so.
Duplex printing is a feature of computer printers and multifunctional printers (MFPs) that allows the automatic printing of a sheet of paper on both sides. Print devices without this capability could only print on a single side of paper, sometimes called simplex printing. Send the document as an attachment to one or more Internet e-mail addresses. Recipients could print, store, and forward the documents that they receive in this way. They could also open the documents in various programs and edit them to meet specific needs and send the document to one or more fax machines.
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Digital sending is a single process that allows the user to scan a hardcopy document at an HP MFP and electronically send it directly to several types of destinations. HP MFP Digital Sending software 3 is a software application that enables an HP multifunction peripheral (MFP) to send scanned documents directly to several types of destinations. HP MFP could scan both black and white and color originals. Originals can be placed on the glass or in the ADF and then scanned. The glass accommodates various sizes and types of media, depending on the capabilities of the particular HP MFP being used. Its digital sending process transforms paper based information into digital images. Documents are initially scanned at HP MFP, and then transmitted to a network connected computer. HP DSS 3.0 could also be set-up to require user authentication, ensuring that only authorized persons use the HP MFP digital sending features.
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Security- Network operating systems of HP DSS 3 is directly connected to TCP/IP networks via a Windows NT or Windows 2000 server or workstation. It operates independently within the network and OS requirements are Windows 2000/Windows NT 4.0 workstation or server, Fast Ethernet 1000Base-tX, Ethernet 10Base-T, or 10Base-2 Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0. Send documents to network folders/applications as if you were sending e-mail. It integrates easily with most major document management and LAN/Internet Fax software.
Novell NetWare support- Access to Novell file servers enables HP DSS 3 to write files into network folders and support network fax folders that reside on Novell servers. Then, Novell client software must be installed on the network and be configured properly before Novell specific attributes can be configured in HP DSS 3. In order to support access to Novell NetWare resources, HP DSS 3 requires Novell NetWare versions 3.12, 3.2, 4.11, 4.2, or 5 running on the Novell NetWare server, Novell NetWare Client versions 4.6 installed on the Windows NT/Windows 2000 computer that runs DSS 3.
Windows NT authentication- Windows NT authentication is an accessory to the HP LaserJet MFP/Mopier product families that provides Secure Accurate Sender Identification (SASI) for any 'send to' location. SASI works by utilizing a desktop computer users existing Windows NT username/password to authenticate the user and then leverages secure identifiers to fill in the 'From' field with the sender's e-mail address. When Windows NT authentication is enabled, any user who desires to send a document must enter the Windows NT username and password. Once authenticated, the user will be able to select the desired "send to" location.
Addressing capabilities- An address book is available at each HP MFP to speed up the process of selecting e-mail and fax destinations from the control panel. The e-mail address and fax numbers in the address book come from several sources are the LDAP server on the network, Destinations previously specified by users at the control panel and cached, e-mail and fax address books created with HP Address Book Manager. Two methods could be used to synchronize HP MFP address books with the LDAP server are using a replicated LDAP address book and using an LDAPaddress book directly.
Original document settings- Use 'Describe Original' on the control panel to change the default settings for the document that is being sent. The options that are available for size depend upon the particular HP MFP that you are using page orientation. Use when the original is a document in portrait orientation and in landscape orientation. Use when the original contains material on both sides. Use when the original contains just black and white text. Use when the original is a photograph or illustration.
Duplex printing is a feature of computer printers and multifunctional printers (MFPs) that allows the automatic printing of a sheet of paper on both sides. Its digital sending process transforms paper-based information into digital images.
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