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Océ TDS-TCS

Connectivity Manual

Océ-Technologies B.V.
This manual contains a description of how the Océ TDS-TCS is connected to the network using variuous connection types and how to connect workstation to the Océ TDS-TCS Digital Multifuctional System.

Copyright Océ-Technologies B.V. Venlo, The Netherlands © 2002 All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced, copied, adapted, or transmitted in any form or by any means without written permission from Océ. Océ-Technologies B.V. makes no representation or warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. Further, Océ-Technologies B.V. reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes from time to time in the content hereof without obligation to notify any person of such revision or changes.

Edition 2.0 October 2002

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Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction

Supported transport and printing protocols 8 Physical connections 9 Preferred printing solutions 10
Peer-to-Peer configuration 10 Client/Server configuration 11

Océ Recommended Connections and Setup versus Protocols 12

Chapter 2 Novell Environment

Introduction 14
Illustration conventions 14 References 14

PSERVER Setup 15
Queue Based Printing 15 Controller Setup 16 Novell Server Setup 22 Client Workstation Setup 43 Client Workstation Setup (WRD2 driver) 44 Client Workstation Setup (PS3 driver) 52 Client Workstation setup (Autocad 14 ADI driver) 68 Client Workstation setup (Autocad 2000/HDI1 & Autocad 2000i/HDI2) 71 Client Workstation setup (WPD driver) 75 Queue Based Printing Troubleshooting 86

NDPS Setup 89
Novell® Distributed Print Services® (NDPS®) 89 Controller Setup 90 Novell Server Setup 91 Client WorkStation Setup 109 NDPS Troubleshooting 115

Contents

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Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol

Introduction 118
Illustration conventions 118

Prerequisites 119
Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems) 119 LPR Protocol (for Windows 2000/XP only) 120

General TDS-TCS setup 122 Server setup 127
Print server configuration (Windows Raster Driver 2) 128 Print server configuration (Windows Printer Driver) 133 Print server configuration (PostScript 3 driver) 139

Client setup 144 Peer to Peer configuration 145
Print via FTP 145 Print via Windows Raster Driver 2 147 Print via Windows Printer Driver 150 Print via PostScript3 driver 154 Print via Autocad ADI driver 160 Print via Autocad HDI driver 160

Client/Server configuration 161
Client/Server (Windows Raster Driver 2) 161 Client/Server (Windows Printer Driver) 165 Client/Server (PostScript 3 driver) 169 Client/Server (Autocad ADI) 173 Client/Server (Autocad HDI) 176

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Chapter 4 SMB protocol

Introduction 182
Illustration conventions 182

Prerequisites 183
Windows 9x/Me 183 Windows NT/2000/XP 185

General TDS/TCS setup 186 Server setup 189
Print Server configuration (Windows Raster Driver 2) 190 Print Server configuration (Windows Printer Driver) 201 Print Server configuration (PostScript 3) 205

Client Setup 217
Direct connection (Windows Raster Driver 2) 217 Direct connection (Windows Printer Driver) 224 Direct connection (Postscript 3 Driver) 227 Direct connection (Autocad ADI) 232 Direct connection (Autocad HDI) 235 Print Server Configuration (Windows Raster Driver 2) 239 Print Server Configuration (Windows Printer Driver) 248 Print Server Configuration (PostScript 3) 251 Print Server Configuration (Autocad ADI) 257 Print Server Configuration (Autocad HDI) 261

Appendix A

General 266 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode 267 Set up the SMB parameters on the Océ TDS controller 269 Set up the TCP/IP parameters on the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controllers 270 Set up the parameters on the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controllers/Novell Servers for Novell Queue Based printing services 271 Reboot the controller 272 Scan To File: How to retrieve scanned files? 273

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7 . connections and printing solutions for the TDSx00/TCS400.Océ TDS-TCS Connectivity Manual Chapter 1 Introduction This chapter gives an introduction to the protocols.

FTP Pserver (Bindery and NDS) SMB printing (also known as LAN Manager or Windows networking) on top of Netbios over NetBeui. the Océ TDSXXX has been designed to be plug and play.Supported transport and printing protocols Note: To simplify installation. The Océ TDSx00/TCS400 supports the following transport protocols: s s s TCP/IP IPX/SPX NetBeui The Océ TDSx00/TCS400 supports the following printing protocols: s s s LPD. TCP/IP or IPX/SPX 8 Océ TDS-TCS Connectivity Manual .

RJ45 .AUI .RJ45 (10 Mbit only) .BNC Optional Token-Ring board with 2 connectors: .Physical connections With the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 the following networking boards are available: s s s Standard motherboard: Ethernet (UTP) 10/100 Mbit with RJ45connector Optional Ethernet board with 3 connectors: .9 pin DB9 Introduction 9 .

10 Océ TDS-TCS Connectivity Manual . The main drawback is the lack of centralized resource administration and setup: each Client workstation has to be setup individually. SMB (NetBeui) and TCP/IP Protocols allow this type of configuration. the Client WorkStation is directly connected to the controller. Basically there are two main configuration types: Where: s s s s s ‘TDS/TCS’ is the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controller ‘PS’ is the Print Server workstation (as defined by the customer) ‘WS’ is any Client workstation ‘P2P’ means Peer to Peer connection ‘C/S’ means Client/Server connection Peer-to-Peer configuration In this Configuration. Also the maximum number of simultaneous connection is limited to 10. The main advantage of the Peer to Peer is in the throughput: only one data transfer from the Client workstation to the controller. multiple printing solutions are available for each supported operating system.Preferred printing solutions Depending on your network architecture.

Introduction 11 . the printing resources administration are centralized and controlled by a System Administrator. The main advantages are the central administration of the printing resources.Client/Server configuration In this Configuration. The main drawback is in the network traffic: printing data are sent twice on the LAN. The SMB (NetBeui) and TCP/IP Protocols also allow this type of configuration. The IPX/SPX Protocol can only work with this configuration. the number of simultaneous connection and the possibility of application and driver updates. The Client workstation is no more directly connected to the controller. but to a Print Server workstation.

12 Océ TDS-TCS Connectivity Manual .Océ Recommended Connections and Setup versus Protocols Regarding connections. install the Océ driver you need (Windows Raster Driver 2. it offers a wider range of sharing possibilities. the 3 different protocols (Novell. prefer a workstation running a recent operating system (Win XP or 2000 rather than Win NT4). Windows 2000 or Windows XP) have access to this shared printer by using the SMB Point and Print facility. PostScript 3) and share it. Windows Printer Driver. All Client workstations (Windows 95/98.0. For the Print server. SMB) are detailed in the three following chapters. Windows NT 4. Our recommendation for having the easiest Client WorkStation Setup and a better Printer Remote Administration is to use a Client-Server architecture whatever the protocol is. On this print server. TCP/IP. We mainly recommend that the Océ TSDx00/TCS400 controller be connected via TCP/IP LPR Protocol to this Print Server.

13 .Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual Chapter 2 Novell Environment This chapter describes how to setup the Océ controller to make it work in a Novell environment.

please refer to the Novell administration guides: s For Queue Based Printing: http://www.pdf s For NDPS: http://www. s This chapter describes how to setup the customer environment to print on an Océ TDSx00/TCS400 with one of these methods.com/documentation/lg/nw51/pdfdoc/10412291. 4.com/documentation/lg/nw51/pdfdoc/10412271. the default print system in NetWare® 5.X.) Note: This method is available on Netware ® 3.X.novell. 5. s using Novell® Distributed Print Services® (NDPS).X. Illustration conventions Here are the conventions used in the illustrations of this manual: s s s s s s [Oce_Printer]: WorkGroup / Domain Name (default value: Oce_Printer) [Oce_System]: Machine Name (default value: OceTDSx00) [Printer] & [PrinterPS]: Printer Names (default values: OceTDSx00 OceTDSx00PS) The SMB standard UNC used are the following: \\[Oce_system]\[Printer] which stands for \\OceTDSx00\OceTDSx00 \\[Oce_system]\[PrinterPS] which stands for \\OceTDSx00\OceTDSx00PS The Océ Novell Print Server Name used is [OcePserver] The NDS Domain used is [NDSDomain] References For more details.novell.Introduction There are 2 methods to print on TDSx00/TCS400 in a Novell environment: using Novell® Queue Based Network Printing (traditional or legacy implementation of print services provided through NetWare.pdf 14 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

w Set up the environment 1 Setup the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controller. The Océ TDSx00/TCS400 controller Print Server which regularly requests jobs to the Novell Server (polling mode) retrieves those jobs and prints them. Note: These steps are described in the following sections. and DO NOT reboot it. 6 Print a test page to check the setup is correct.PSERVER Setup Queue Based Printing A Print Server running on the TDSx00/TCS400 controller connects to a Novell Server. 4 Check Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Print Server status on Novell Server. Note: The Peer-to-Peer connection does not exist on IPX/SPX protocol. A client sends jobs to a queue on the Novell Server. 2 Setup the end user environment (Novell Server). 5 Setup the client workstation (driver installation). [1] Overview of Queue based Printing Configuration You need to configure not only the Client Workstation and the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 but also the Novell Server in order to establish the connection between the Océ ‘Print Server ’ (on Océ TDSx00/TCS400 printer controller) and the Novell server. 3 Reboot the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controller. Novell Environment 15 .

some parameters have to be setup: s s s s enable Novell protocol setup Pserver Name & Password setup Bindery Access Mode or NDS Access Mode setup the preferred file servers w Enable the IPX/SPX Novell protocol. 3 Expand the ‘Novell’ folder. Note: You MUST be logged as a ‘System Administrator ’.Controller Setup In order to run into an IPX/SPX Environment. 8 Once all setups are done. 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ Folder. 6 Click ‘Apply’. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see ‘Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode’ on page 267). configure Novell server BEFORE rebooting the controller (see ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272). 16 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 4 Select ‘Enable Novell’ document. 5 Select ‘Enable’ on the right window (‘Enable Novell’). 7 Setup the other parameters.

PSTDSX00) into the input field in the right window (‘Pserver name’): 6 Click ‘Apply’. Novell Environment 17 . 5 Type in the Print Server name (for instance. 3 Expand the ‘Novell’ folder. configure Novell server BEFORE rebooting the controller (see ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272). 8 Once all setups are done. 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ Folder. 4 Select ‘Pserver name’ document. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see ‘Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode’ on page 267).w Setup the Print Server Name (PSERVER) Note: You MUST be logged as a ‘System Administrator ’. 7 Setup the other parameters.

configure Novell server BEFORE rebooting the controller (see ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272). 7 Setup the other parameters. 3 Expand the ‘Novell’ folder. 5 Select ‘Bindery’ on the right window (‘Access Mode’): 6 Click ‘Apply’.w Setup the controller to work in Bindery Access Mode Note: You MUST be logged as a ‘System Administrator ’. 18 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ Folder. 4 Select ‘Access Mode’ document. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see ‘Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode’ on page 267). 8 Once all setups are done.

1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see ‘Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode’ on page 267). 5 Select ‘NDS’ on the right window (‘Access Mode’): 6 In the Novell folder. select ‘NDS Context’ document.w Setup the controller to work in NDS Access Mode Note: You MUST be logged as a ‘System Administrator ’. 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ Folder. 4 Select ‘Access Mode’ document. Novell Environment 19 . 7 Type in the context where the TDSx00/TCS400 will be installed (Ex: SNSESC) into the input field in the right window (‘NDS Context’). 3 Expand the ‘Novell’ folder.

C=FR (see ‘Queue Based Printing Troubleshooting’ on page 86).O=OCE NDS context: OU=SNS.OCE NDS context: OU=SNS. configure Novell server BEFORE rebooting the controller (see‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272). 9 Setup the other parameters. 10 Once all setups are done. 8 Click ‘Apply’. 20 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .O=OCE.Here are different NDS context examples you can set in this field: NDS context: SNSESC NDS context: SNS.

8 Once all setups are done. 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ Folder. 5 Type in the names of the Novell File Server(s) to which this printer will be connected using the ‘. 4 Select ‘File server names’ document. Note: You MUST be logged as a ‘System Administrator ’. 6 Click ‘Apply’.’ as separator whether more than one Server is specified (Ex: ‘SNSNW5’ or ‘SPSNW4. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see‘Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode’ on page 267). 3 Expand the ‘Novell’ folder. Novell Environment 21 .SNSNW5’) into the input field in the right window (‘File server names’).w Setup the Novell File servers which the printer connects to. 7 Setup the other parameters. configure Novell server BEFORE rebooting the controller (see‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272).

x File Servers. It describes: s s how to setup the End User Site Environment for sharing the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 printer resource on his LAN by using the IPX/SPX protocol.x File Server / NDS Mode Novell 5. The following procedures describe how to setup on: s s s Novell 3.Novell Server Setup This section is aimed at the Local Network Administrator.x. To allow a Novell Client to access the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Print Resource. in a Client/Server Environment. Note: You MUST be logged in as Novell System Administrator on any Windows WorkStation running Novell Client 32 over any MS Windows Operating System. 22 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .x and Novell 5.x File Server / Bindery Mode Novell 4. you have to setup the Novell File Server in order to establish the connection between this Novell File Server and the Océ ‘Print Server ’ you previously setup on the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Printer Controller. a Novell File Server (by using the Print Server embedded in the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Printer Controller).x File Server / NDS Mode Note: Only the Bindery Mode is available on Novell 3. but we recommend to use NDS mode on such File Servers. how to setup. Note: The Bindery mode is also available on Novell 4.

exe’ to launch the ‘PCONSOLE’ Administration Task. generally mapped on Z:\. 2 Launch the Novell Administration Task (Pconsole.exe) located into the ‘Public\’ directory. Tree and Server. using the proper Context.Setup on Novell 3. some of them must be set up on the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controller: s s s s s Novell File server: SNSNW3 (To be setup on the controller) Océ TDSx00 Print Server Name: OCTDSx00 (To be setup on the controller & the Novell File Server) Access Mode: Bindery (To be setup on the controller) Océ TDSx00 Printer Name: TDSx00 (To be setup on the Novell File Server) Océ TDSx00 Printer Queue Name: QTDSx00 (To be setup on the Novell File Server) w Launch the Administration task 1 Logon as System Administrator. 3 Open ‘My Computer ’. locate and expand the [Server]\Public Directory: 4 Double-click ‘Pconsole.x File Server Note the following parameters used in our example. Novell Environment 23 .

w Create the Printer Queue. 1 Select ‘Print Queue Information’: 2 Press the ‘INSERT’ key to create the New Printer Queue: 3 Enter the new Print Queue Name (ex: QTDSx00) and press ‘RETURN’: 24 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

w Create the ‘ Print Server’ on the Novell File Server 1 Press ‘ESC’ to display the ‘PCONSOLE’ Main Menu . 2 Select ‘Print Server Information’ and press the ‘RETURN’ key. 3 Press the ‘INSERT’ key to create the New Print Server: 4 Enter the New Print Server Name (ex: OCTDSx00) and press ‘RETURN’: Novell Environment 25 .

1 Select ‘Printer Configuration’ and press the ‘RETURN’ key: 2 Select the first ‘Not Installed’ Printer and press the ‘RETURN’ key: The ‘Printer x Configuration’ window is then displayed: 3 Setup the ‘Printer x’ by entering the new Printer Name (for instance: TDSx00). 26 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . there is only one printer to be defined and its name can be any name.w Set up the printers handled by this new Print Server Note: For our purpose. We recommend to use a meaningful one (ex: TDSx00).

4 Select the ‘Remote Other/Unknown’ type: 5 Press the ‘ESC’ key to validate and save your settings: Novell Environment 27 .

1 Select ‘Queues Serviced by Printer ’ and press ‘RETURN’: The Printers serviced by the Print Server are displayed: 2 Select the appropriate Printer (ex: TDSx00) and press the ‘RETURN’ key: 28 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .w Set the Printer Queue(s) which are serviced by this new Print Server.

Novell Environment 29 .x File Server (SNSNW3) : 6 Press ‘ESC’ to display the ‘Quit’ window. 7 Select ‘Yes’ and press the ‘RETURN’ key. by the Print Server (OCTDSx00) defined on the Novell 3. Note: The Printer (TDSx00) is now serviced by the Queue (QTDSx00).3 Press ‘INSERT’ and choose the proper Queue in the List (e.g: QTDSx00): 4 Press the ‘RETURN’ key and setup the proper priority (keep the ‘1’ value): 5 Press ‘RETURN’.

w Check if the Océ TDSx00 Printer Resource is available for the Users 1 Reboot the TDSx00/TCS400 Printer Controller and start it. 3 Select ‘Print Server Information’ and press the ‘RETURN’ key: 4 Select ‘Print Server Status/Control’ and press the ‘RETURN’ key: 5 Select ‘Printer Status’ and press the ‘RETURN’ key: 30 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 2 Launch the ‘PCONSOLE’ Administration Utility on a Client WorkStation.

: 7 Press ‘ESC’ and click ‘YES’ in the Quit window to quit the PCONSOLE Administration Tool.6 Select the appropriate Active Printer (eg:TDSx00) and press ‘RETURN’: The Status MUST be ‘Waiting for Jobs’. Novell Environment 31 .

locate and expand the [Server]\Public Directory: 3 Double-click Nwadmin. Note the following parameters used in our example. 32 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .exe to launch the Administration Task. using the proper Context. Tree and Server.x File Server Setup Note: It is recommended to use the NDS mode when using Novell 4. 2 Open ‘My Computer ’.Novell 4.x. some of them must be set up on the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controller: s s s s s s Novell Context: SPSESC (to be set on the controller) Novell Tree: SPSESC Novell File server: SPSNW4 (to be set on the controller) Océ TDSx00 Print Server Name: OCTDSx00 (to be set on the controller and the Novell File Server) Océ TDSx00 Printer Name: TDSx00 (to be set on the Novell File Server) Océ TDSx00 Printer Queue Name: QTDSx00 (to be set on the Novell File Server) w Launch the Administration task 1 Logon as System Administrator.

Novell Environment 33 . 2 Select the proper Tree (SPSESC). 3 From the ‘Tools’ menu. select ‘Print Service Quick Setup’: The ‘Print Service Quick Setup’ window is displayed.w Setup the print resource on the Novell File Server 1 Browse and open the proper Context (SPSESC).

QTDSx00) 5 Click ‘Create’. TDSx00) ‘Printer Type’ (select ‘Other/Unknown’) ‘Printer Banner Type (select ‘PostScript’) ‘Print Queue Name’ (for instance. 34 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . OCTDSx00) ‘Printer Name’ (for instance.4 Fill in the following fields: s s s s s ‘Print Server Name’ (for instance. In the Administration Main Windows. 3 new objects are created: a Print Server named ‘OCTDSx00’. a Print Queue named ‘QTDSx00’ and a Printer named ‘TDSx00’: 6 Reboot the Oce TDSx00/TCS400 Printer Controller and start it.

2 You can check if the Print Server embedded in Océ TDSx00/TCS400 is correctly connected to the Novell Server by checking the Novell Server itself. There is an active connection on print server (PSTDSx00) which must appear in Netware 4 Console Monitor / Connection with the status: NORMAL. Novell Environment 35 . A Print Server window is opened where you may see: s s a Network Address which MUST exist (IPX:…) Status ‘Running’ Note: The Status may sometimes not be Running but Down instead.w Check if the setup (Oc é TDSx00/TCS400 controller and Novell File Server) is correct 1 Double-click ‘Print Server ’ Object (OCTDSx00). This Novell status is not reliable and cannot be used to check whether Print Server is correctly running. This does not necessarily mean the Print Server is not working.

3 To check if Océ TDSx00 Printer Resource is available for users. browse the Network and select the proper Context and Tree (SPSESC/SPSESC). The new shared Printer TDSx00 is displayed: 4 Right-click on the printer and select ‘Properties’: 36 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

Three printing objects must be created on the Novell Server: s s s A Print Server object (the name must be identical to the Pserver name parameter setup in the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controller by means of the Settings Editor.x. Note the following parameters used in our example. refer to the Controller setup section) A Queue object A Printer object These 3 objects must be linked together and you have to check the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Print Server is connected to the Novell server.x File Server Setup Note: It is recommended to use the NDS mode when using Novell 5. some of them must be set up on the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controller: s s s s s s Novell Context: SNSESC (to be set on the controller) Novell Tree: SNSESC Novell File server: SNSNW5 (to be setup on the controller) Océ TDSx00 Print Server Name: PSTDSx00 (to be set on the controller and on the Novell File Server) Océ TDSx00 Printer Name: TDSx00 (to be set on the Novell File Server) Océ TDSx00 Printer Queue Name: QTDSX00 (to be set on the Novell File Server) Novell Environment 37 .Novell 5.

38 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . using the proper Context. Tree and Server.exe to launch the Administration Task.w Launch the Administration Task 1 Logon as System Administrator. 2 Open ‘My Computer ’. locate and expand the [Server]\Public Directory: 3 Open the ‘Win32’ Sub-Directory and double-click on Nwadmn32.

w Setup the print resource on the Novell File server 1 Browse and open the proper Context (for instance. select ‘Print Service Quick Setup (Non-NDPS)’: 4 The ‘Print Service Quick Setup (Non-NDPS)’ window is displayed.used for Network) s ‘Printer Banner Type’ (select ‘PostScript’) s ‘Print Queue Name’ (for instance. ‘TDSX00 ’) s ‘Printer Type’ (select ‘Other/Unknown’. ‘SNSESC’). ‘SNSESC’). Caution: This context must correspond to the NDS context entered on the Oc é TDSx00/TCS400 controller by means of the Settings Editor. ‘PSTDSX00’) s ‘Printer Name’ (for instance. ‘QTDSX00 ’) s Novell Environment 39 . 3 From the ‘Tools’ menu. Fill in the following fields: ‘Print Server Name’ (for instance. 2 Select the proper Tree (for instance.

3 new objects are created: s s s a Print Server named PSTDSX00 a Print Queue named QTDSX00 a Printer named TDSX00 6 Reboot the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Printer Controller.5 Click ‘Create’. 40 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . In the Administration main window.

Click the ‘Print Layout (Non NDPS)’ tab: Note: On this illustration. There is an active connection on print server (PSTDSX00) which must appear in Netware 5 Console Monitor / Connection with the status: NORMAL: Novell Environment 41 . the exclamation mark does not necessarily mean the Print Server is not working. This Novell status is not reliable and cannot be used to check whether Print Server is correctly running.w Check the setup is correct. Print Queue and Printer). 3 Check if the Print Server embedded in Océ TDSx00/TCS400 is correctly connected to the Novell Server by checking on the Novell Server itself. 1 Double-click 2 on the ‘Print Server ’ Object (PSTDSX00) to check the 3 objects (Print Server.

4 To check if the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Printer Resource is available for the Users. browse the network using ‘Network Neighborhood’ and selecting the proper Context and Tree (SNSESC/SNSESC). The new shared Printer TDSx00 is displayed: 5 Right-click on the printer and select ‘Properties’: 42 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

in order to use the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Printer resource on a LAN via the IPX/SPX protocol. defined on the Novell File Server as Printer Queues. It describes how to setup the client workstations.Client Workstation Setup This section is aimed at the local network administrator and/or end user. Novell Environment 43 . Note: The Client/Server connection allows a client workstation to be connected to the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Printer via a ‘Novell Print Server ’. by using a Client/Server connection. Note: The Peer-to-peer connection is not possible when using the IPX/SPX protocol.

select ‘SETTINGS / PRINTERS’.Client Workstation Setup (WRD2 driver) w Setup Windows 9x/Me Client WorkStation for a TDSx00 1 From the Windows START menu. The ‘Printers’ window is displayed: 2 Double-click the ‘Add printer ’ icon: 3 Click ‘NEXT’. 44 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

QTDSx00) The following window is displayed: s s Novell Environment 45 . SNSNW5) s the printer queue (for instance.4 Select ‘NETWORK PRINTER’ and click ‘NEXT’: 5 Click ‘BROWSE’: 6 Locate the TDSx00 on the network by selecting: the network (Netware network / Netware servers) the file server (for instance.

7 Click ‘OK’. The ‘Install from disk’ window is displayed: 10 Click ‘BROWSE’. 8 Click ‘NEXT’. The ‘Open’ window is displayed. 46 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed.g: \\SNSNW5\QTDSx00). The ‘Building driver information database’ window is displayed followed by the ‘Add printer wizard’ window including a list of manufacturers and printers: 9 Click ‘HAVE DISK’. with the selected printer in the ‘Network path or queue name’ field (e.

The ‘Install from disk’ window is again displayed.inf ’ file. The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed.11 Select the directory where the Oce WRD2 distribution is located (for instance: Cd_Pack\products\wrd2\TDSx00\win9x\): 12 Select the ‘TDSx00. Novell Environment 47 . with the selected path appearing on the ‘copy manufacturer's file from’ line. including a list of Oce printers: 15 Select the ‘OceTDSx00 Raster ’ model. 13 Click ‘OK’. 14 Click ‘OK’.

The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed. 21 Click ‘YES’. The ‘Printers’ window is displayed with ‘OceTDSx00 Raster ’ : A window prompts you to restart the computer to complete the installation. including the default printer name: 17 Change the printer name if required. 18 Select if you want the TDSx00 to be used as default printer. Files are copied to the PC hard disk. then the ‘Software Product license’ window is displayed: 20 Click ‘YES’.16 Click ‘NEXT’. 48 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 19 Click ‘FINISH’.

The ‘Oce TDSx00 Printer driver ’ installer is launched and the ‘End User License Agreement’ window is displayed: 4 Click ‘Accept’.w Setup Windows NT/2000/XP Client WorkStation for a TDSx00 1 Open the Windows Explorer.exe’. The ‘Printer installation’ window is displayed: Novell Environment 49 . 2 Browse to locate the directory where the Oce Windows WRD2 driver distribution is located (for instance: Cd_Pack\products\TDSx00\wrd2\nt4) : 3 Double-click on ‘setup.

\\SNSNW3\QTDSx00): 50 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .5 Click ‘Add Network Port’: 6 Browse the network to locate the TDSx00 printer by selecting: s s s the network (Netware network / Netware servers) the file server (for instance. QTDSx00) 7 Select the TDSx00 printer queue and click ‘OK’. with the selected printer queue appearing in the ‘port’ line (for instance. SNSNW3) the printer queue (for instance. The ‘Printer installation’ window is displayed.

8 Click ‘NEXT’. 9 Click ‘NEXT’. 10 Click ‘FINISH’. check in the ‘Printers’ window (Start menu \settings\printers) if the new TDSx00 printer is in the available printers list: Novell Environment 51 . 12 After the workstation restarted. Files are copied to the PC hard disk and the ‘Installation successful’ window is displayed: 11 Click ‘Restart Windows now’ to reboot the workstation.

The Adobe Postscript Driver Installer is launched: 4 Click ‘NEXT’.Client Workstation Setup (PS3 driver) w Setp Windows 9x/Me/NT workstation 1 Open the Windows Explorer. 52 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 2 Browse to locate the directory where the Oce Windows Postscript 3 driver distribution is located (for instance: Cd_Pack\products\TDSx00\ps3\): 3 Double-click ‘setup. The ‘End user license agreement’ window is displayed.exe’.

The ‘Printer connection type’ window is displayed: 6 Select ‘It is connected to your network (Network Printer)’ and click ‘NEXT’. The ‘Network path’ window is displayed: 7 Click ‘BROWSE’.5 Click ‘Accept’. The ‘Browse for printer ’ window is displayed: Novell Environment 53 .

8 Locate the TDSx00PS printer on the network by selecting: the network (Netware network / Netware servers) the file server (for instance. \\SNSNW5\QTDSx00PS): 10 Click ‘NEXT’. SNSNW5) s the printer queue (for instance. QTDSx00PS) The following window is displayed: s s 9 Click ‘OK’. 54 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . with the selected printer (for instance. The ‘Network path’ window is displayed. The ‘Select printer model’ window is displayed: 11 Select the TDSx00PS printer.

Novell Environment 55 .12 Click ‘NEXT’. The ‘Setup information’ window is displayed: 15 Click ‘Install’. then the ‘Printer configuration’ window is displayed: 16 Select if you want to configure the printer now or later. The ‘Printer information’ window is displayed: 13 Choose if you want to use the TDSx00PS as default printer and if you want to print a test page. 14 Click ‘NEXT’. Files are copied to the PC hard disk.

19 Check in the ‘Printers’ window (Start menu\settings\printers) if the new TDSx00PS printer is in the list of available printers: 56 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . If you choose to perform the printer configuration later.17 Click ‘NEXT’. the ‘Setup complete’ window is displayed: 18 Click ‘FINISH’. s s If you choose to perform the printer configuration now. the ‘Properties window’ is displayed and the printer setup can be done.

w Set up Windows 2000 workstation 1 From the Windows START menu. select ‘Settings / Printers’: The ‘Printers’ window is displayed: 2 Double-Click ‘Add printer ’ icon: 3 Click ‘NEXT’. Novell Environment 57 .

4 Click ‘Network printer ’ radio and click ‘NEXT’. The ‘Browse for printer ’ window is displayed: 6 Browse the network to locate the server to which the TDSx00PS is connected: s s s the correct network (NetWare Network / NetWare Servers) the appropriate file server (ex: SNSNW5) the appropriate printer queue (ex: QTDSx00PS) 58 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 5 Click ‘NEXT’.

11 Select the ‘oemsetup. including a list of manufacturers and printers: 8 Click ‘HAVE DISK’. Novell Environment 59 . The ‘Add Printer Wizard’ window is displayed.7 Click ‘NEXT’.inf ’ file. 10 Browse to locate the directory where the Oce Postscript 3 driver distribution is located (for instance. Cd_Pack\products\TDSx00\ps3\Adobe\win2000). 9 Click ‘BROWSE’.

12 Click ‘OPEN’. The ‘Install from disk’ window is again displayed. 15 Click ‘OK’.The ‘Digital signature not found’ window is displayed: 60 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed: 14 Select the Oce TDSx00PS printer. with the selected path appearing on the ‘copy files from…’ line: 13 Click ‘OK’.

16 Click ‘YES’. Files are copied to the PC's hard disk drive, then the ‘Default

printer ’ window is displayed:

17 Select if you want the TDSx00PS to be the default printer or not. 18 Click ‘NEXT’:

19 Click ‘FINISH’. The ‘Printers’ window is displayed, with the newly-installed

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2 Click ‘Add printer ’:

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4 Select ‘Network printer ’ and click ‘Next’:

5 Click ‘Browse for a printer ’ and ‘Next’:

6 Browse the network to locate the server to which the TDSx00/TCS400 is

connected: s the correct network (NetWare Network / NetWare Servers) s the appropriate file server (e.g.: SNSNW5) s the appropriate printer queue (e.g.: QTDSX00)
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8 Click ‘OK’. The ‘Add Printer Wizard’ window is displayed, including a list of

manufacturers and printers:

9 Click ‘Have Disk’.

10 Click ‘Browse’:

11 Browse to locate the directory where the Oce Windows XP Postscript 3 driver

distribution is located(e.g.: \OCE\DRIVERS\PS\OCEPS3\ADOBE\WINXP).
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13 Click ‘Open’. The ‘Install from disk’ window is displayed, with the selected

path appearing on the ‘copy manufacturer ’s files from…’ line:

14 Click ‘OK’.

15 Select the Oce TDSx00PS/TCS400 printer for example here in our example :

‘Oce TDS400 PS’.
16 Click ‘OK’. The ‘Hardware installation’ window is displayed warning you are

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18 Select if you want your printer to be the default printer or not and click ‘Next’.17 Click ‘Continue anyway’. 66 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . Files are copied to the PC's hard disk drive.

Novell Environment 67 . with the newly-installed QTDSX00 printer appearing in the available printers list: 20 Right-click on the printer installed. The ‘Printers’ window is displayed. select ‘Properties’ and print a Test page .19 Click ‘Finish’.

The ‘Add a printer ’ window is displayed: 3 Double-click ‘Oce ADI x.x is the driver release number. for instance. w 1 Setup Autocad 14 ADI driver In the Autocad menu. 4.3). select ‘FILE / PRINTER SETUP’. The ‘Preferences’ window is displayed.Client Workstation setup (Autocad 14 ADI driver) Note: Autocad 14 must be installed on the client station. 68 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .x driver_For Autodesk by Oce’ (where x. with the ‘Printer ’ thumbnail opened: 2 Click ‘NEW’.

.. find the number corresponding to the TDSx00. Note: Press ‘ ENTER ’ to display the second page of the list. 5 Enter the number corresponding to the TDSx00 printer.The ‘Autocad Text Window’ is displayed: 4 In the ‘Supported models’ list. 6 Perform the requested parameters settings: s s s s s s type of printer's unit number of rolls number of trays folder . The last parameter is relative to the machine connection: Novell Environment 69 .

70 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .7 Select ‘N’ for ‘Network port’. The TDSx00 is now added to the available printers list. The ‘Browse for printer ’ window is displayed: 8 Locate the TDSx00 on the network by selecting: s s s the network (Netware network / Netware servers) the file server (for instance. in the ‘Printer ’ thumbnail of the ‘Preferences’ window: 11 Click ‘OK’ to finish the procedure and display the Autocad main window. A message is displayed: ‘Do you want to change anything?’. SNSNW5) the printer queue (for instance. 10 Click ‘N’ and press ‘RETURN’ to validate the settings. QTDSx00) 9 Click ‘OK’.

3 Click ‘NEXT’. The ‘Add Plotter. select ‘FILE / PLOTTER MANAGER’ .Begin’ window is displayed: Novell Environment 71 . 2 Double-click the ‘Add-a-plotter wizard’ icon. w Install the Autocad 2000/HDI1 or Autocad 2000i/HDI2 drivers 1 In the Autocad menu.Client Workstation setup (Autocad 2000/HDI1 & Autocad 2000i/HDI2) Note: Autocad 2000 or Autocad 2000i must be installed on the client station.

4 Select ‘Network plotter server ’ and click ‘NEXT’:

5 Click ‘BROWSE’:

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7 Click ‘OK’.The selected printer name is displayed in the ‘Add plotter- network

plotter ’ window:

8 Click ‘NEXT’:

9 Select ‘Oce’ in the ‘Manufacturers’ list and ‘OceTDSx00’ in the ‘Models’ list. 10 Click ‘NEXT’ twice:

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11 Enter a new printer name, if required and click ‘NEXT’.

12 Click ‘Edit plotter configuration’.

13 Click ‘Custom properties’.The ‘Custom properties’ button will appear in the

‘Access custom dialogue’ part of the window.
14 Click ‘CUSTOM PROPERTIES’. 15 Setup the printer parameters. 16 Click ‘OK’.

The ‘Plotter configuration Editor ’ window is again displayed.
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Client Workstation setup (WPD driver)
This section is a System Administrator guideline to use the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Print Services on a Windows Client workstation with the Windows Printer Driver (WPD), interconnected via the Novell IPX/SPX protocol. The client workstations have access to the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Print Services via Printer Queues defined on this dedicated Novell File Server. There are two methods to install Windows Printer Driver (WPD):
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Setup.exe: recommended method due to the complete automatic ‘uninstall’ procedure. Add Printer method: the full ‘uninstall’ procedure may have manual actions (refer to Océ Windows Printer Driver Getting Started for further details on uninstallation). However this method can be chosen in case of troubles with Novell Client capture problem (see page 79).

Note: Windows Printer Driver is not available for Windows 9x/Me. w 1 2 Install WPD using the setup.exe method

Open the Windows Explorer. Browse to locate the directory where the Oce Windows Printer Driver (WPD) distribution is located (for instance, E:\OCE\DRIVERS\WPD):
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Novell Environment 77 . the port will be redirected to the appropriate Novell queue. Note: In the next procedure. choose whether you want it to be the default printer and whether you want to print a test page . 9 Enter the Printer name. select an unused port (like LPT3: in our example).8 Choose the Printer Model and the port. For the port.

Files are copied on the Hard Disk. but reboot will be necessary before using the driver. Two different windows may appear. and you install a new printer model). no reboot is required (for example: when you install the driver for one printer for the first time) and you can finish the installation: s If the second window is displayed. 78 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . s If the following window is displayed.10 Click ‘Next’. a reboot is required (for example: you already installed the driver for 1 printer. You can finish the installation (click ‘FINISH’).

Note: It is preferable to use the Novell capture procedure rather than the ‘ net use’ command: 1 Right-click on the ‘N’ red logo on the right Task bar to launch the Novell capture tool: Select the Novell capture menu 2 : 3 Enter the port to capture (LPT3 in this example): 4 Browse the Novell Queue: Novell Environment 79 .w Redirect the local port to the appropriate Novell Queue.

80 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .5 Do not forget to enable the option ‘Check to always capture this port when you start Windows’ and validate the capture by clicking ‘capture’: The following window acknowledges the successful capture operation: 6 Click ‘OK’ to finish the capture. 7 Close the capture window .

Novell Environment 81 . select ‘Settings\Printers’ : 2 Right-click on the printer installed. select Properties. and print a Test page: Caution: You may wait until the polling delay (TDSx00/TCS400 Settings Editor /Connectivity/Novell/Queue Poll Interval) before test page is printed.w Check if the setup is correct 1 From the Windows Start menu.

3 Click ‘Network printer server ’ then ‘NEXT’.w Install WPD using the Add printer method 1 From the Windows Start menu.: QTDSX00) 82 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .g. select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers’: 2 Double-click ‘Add printer ’.: SNSNW5) the appropriate printer queue (e.g. 4 Browse the network to locate the server to which the TDSX00 is connected: s s s the correct network (NetWare Network / NetWare Servers) the appropriate file server (e.

Novell Environment 83 . including a list of manufacturers and printers: 7 Click ‘HAVE DISK’: 8 Click ‘BROWSE’ to locate the directory where the Oce Windows Printer Driver distribution is: 9 Select the ‘oemsetup. 10 Click ‘OPEN’.inf ’ file.5 Click ‘OK’. The ‘Add Printer Wizard’ window is displayed. A warning message is displayed: 6 Click ‘OK’.

Files are copied to the PC's hard disk drive: 14 Click ‘FINISH’. 13 Click ‘OK’.3 printer).The ‘Install from disk’ window is again displayed. 15 Check the new QTDSX00 printer appears in the available printers list: 84 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . with the selected path appearing on the ‘copy Manufacturer ’s files from…’ line: 11 Click ‘OK’: 12 Select the appropriate printer (here Oce TDS400 1.

16 Right-click on the printer installed. select ‘Properties’. and print a Test page: Caution: You may wait until the polling delay (TDSX00/TCS400 Settings Editor /Connectivity/Novell/Queue Poll Interval) before test page is printed. Novell Environment 85 .

It is aimed at the Local Network Administrator and/or End User. XX is set in Oce TDSx00/TCS400 controller (Settings Editor) and the default value is 30 seconds. reboot the Oce TDSx00/TCS400 If the Print Server is present in Netware 5 Console connection status. then Reboot the Oce TDSx00/TCS400 Printing occurs after a while Normally. so printing may occur by default 30 seconds after having submitted the job. but the status is AUTHENTICATED: Delete the Print Server connection on Novell Server. 86 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .Queue Based Printing Troubleshooting This section describes a list of troubleshooting items you can find during Queue Based Printing setup. No printing occur If no printing occurs once all settings (Océ TDSx00/TCS400 + Novell Server + Client workstation) have been done: s You can check the Print Server embedded in Océ TDSx00/TCS400 is correctly connected to the Novell Server by checking on the Novell Server itself: normally there is an active connection on print server (PSTDSX00) which must appear in the Netware 5 Console Monitor / Connection available option with the status: NORMAL s s If the Print Server is not present in Netware 5 Console connection status. the controller polls for job every XX seconds.

In this case. check you follow standard object naming conventions: s ‘.. I cannot see ‘PSERVER’ on Novell server Monitor connection section Check you have not exceeded the maximum number of authorized licenses (Use NLS for that purpose: ask your Novell Administrator) NDS CONTEXT name problem? On Oce TDSx00/TCS400 controller settings (Novell section). More generally. Novell Capture not persistent with port LPTX: When using Novell capture to redirect LPTX: port to Novell Queue. you have to avoid the capture. In addition.O=OCE’(typeful notation) In the case of Country addition.. and LPT3 has been redirected to Novell Queue (capture). they cannot contain spaces. it is highly recommended to use the typeful convention: NDS context: ‘OU=SNS.O=OCE. rather put a ‘capture’ command line in the Novell login scripts (ask your Novell Administrator for that purpose).. My job name is LPT3 in Oce TDSx00/TCS400 Queue Manager Cause is that the driver port is LPT3. For example. To avoid this problem. after rebooting Windows..C=FR’ (Do not use NDS context: ‘SNS.OCE’(typeless notation) OR NDS context: ‘OU=SNS.FR’) s Novell Environment 87 . see the other alternatives for installing a driver in the relevant section.OCE. SAP names may not exceed 47 characters. you can either use the typeful or typeless convention when entering the NDS context name: s s NDS context: ‘SNS. the capture is not active again albeit the check box ‘Check to always capture this port when you start Windows’ has been checked.’ Service Advertising Protocol (SAP) names. many double-byte characters used on certain code pages are not valid SAP characters.Not all print server names will be valid. and they must be in all-caps. printer Queue and Printer.Print Server Name problem It is not recommended to mix lower case and upper case characters when naming Print server.

‘Windows cannot connect to the printer ’ when adding a printer driver under Windows XP If you encounter such a windows message when adding a Printer driver: Check: s s If the Print Server is not present in Netware Console connection status.5 (not Windows XP compatible). Others Always check: s s s you have the last Novell Support pack for your Novell Server you have the last Novell client for your Operating System you have the last patches for your Novell client Note: Consult Novell site (www. but the status is AUTHENTICATED: Delete the Print Server connection on Novell Server. The problem can occur with PS3 driver of which release is 1.novell. reboot the Oce TDSX00/TCS400 If the Print Server is present in Netware Console connection status. 88 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . then Reboot the Oce TDSX00/TCS400 ‘Printer driver setup error’ under Windows XP When installing a driver under windows XP with ‘Add printer ’ method. you may have the following error window just after the driver files are copied to the system folder: Check whether the driver officially supports Windows XP.com).

A client sends jobs to the printer on the Novell server. or any other entity on the network that needs them. The Novell server sends the job(s) to the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 through a Novell Gateway by using lpr protocol. printer definition files. [2] Overview of NDPS Configuration You need to configure the Client Workstation. w Setup 1 Setup the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controller 2 Setup the Novell Server 3 Setup the client workstation (driver installation) Novell Environment 89 . The NDPS broker Resource Management Service (RMS) component allows resources (printer drivers. NDPS Manager manages the printer Agent. and fonts) to be installed in a central location and then downloaded to clients. Note: The Peer-to-Peer connection does not exist on NDPS.NDPS Setup Novell® Distributed Print Services® (NDPS®) Note: The Novell® Distributed Print ServicesTM (NDPSTM) is the default and preferred print system in NetWare® 5TM. banners. the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 controller and the NOVELL Server. printers. A Printer Agent (representing all the printer characteristics) is defined on Novell Server.

4 Select ‘Enable LPD’ document. 5 Select ‘Enabled’ on the right window (‘Enable LPD’): . 7 Reboot the controller (see‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272). 6 Click ‘Apply’.Controller Setup In NDPS environment. so this protocol must be enabled on Controller. 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ Folder. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see‘Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode’ on page 267). the Novell Server sends jobs to the TDSx00/TCS400 controller by means of the LPR protocol. w Enable the LPR protocol. 90 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 3 Expand the ‘LPD’ folder. Note: You MUST be logged as a ‘System Administrator ’.

exe) located in.Novell Server Setup This section is aimed at the Local Network Administrator and describes how to setup the Novell Server to prepare NDPS environment printing: 1 Create a NDPS Manager 2 Create a Printer Agent 3 Configure the NDPS broker Resource Management Service (RMS) FIrst. install it (refer to Your Novell Netware installation manual). Note: You MUST be logged in as Novell System Administrator on any Windows WorkStation running Novell Client 32 over any MS Windows operating System. \\‘Novell_Server ’\SYS\public\WIN32 (also generally mapped on Z:\Win32.) Novell Environment 91 . otherwise. Create a NDPS Manager The NDPS Manager is used to create and manage server-based Printer Agents (similar to the way PSERVER is used on servers to manage printing resources in legacy printing). You must create an NDPS Manager on each server you will be controlling NDPS printers from. w Launch the Administrator task 1 Logon as System Administrator. Tree and Server. you have to check whether the NDPS component is installed on the Novell Server. 2 Launch the Novell Administration Task (Nwadmn32. using the proper Context.

92 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . You just need to select the existing object where you want to add a new one.In the following steps. then create a new object by either: s s s Netware Administrator/Object/Create action Right click on the container where the new object is added or press the ‘INS’ key In our example. objects are created using ‘Novell Administration’ console. we create a Container (an Organisation Unit = NDPS_PRINTERS) where we create all the objects for NDPS printers.

NDPS_PRINTERS. and volume location: Attention: To autoload the NDPS Manager when you restart the Novell server. in this example.w Create a NDPS Manager 1 Select NDPS_PRINTERS and create a new object: 2 Give the name. the NDPS manager will not be loaded after rebooting the Novell Server): load ndpsm ‘ NDPS Manager name and context’ For instance. the following line must be added: load ndpsm .ncf file (otherwise.SNSESC Novell Environment 93 . add the following line to your server ’s autoexec.OceNDPS_Manager. Server to run on.

exe) located in. Note: You MUST be logged in as Novell System Administrator on any Windows WorkStation running Novell Client 32 over any MS Windows operating System. \\‘Novell_Server ’\SYS\public\WIN32 (also generally mapped on Z:\Win32. and no printer can be represented by more than one Printer Agent. No Printer Agent can represent more than one printer. w Launch the Administrator task 1 Logon as System Administrator. 94 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . Tree and Server 2 Launch the Novell Administration Task (Nwadmn32. you may have trouble to create a Printer Agent.NDPS Printer Agent NDPS printers must be represented by a logical entity known as a Printer Agent. then create a new object by either: s s s Netware Administrator/Object/Create action Right click on the container where the new object is added or press the ‘INS’ key 3 Before creating the Printer Agent. print server. The Printer Agent lies at the heart of NDPS.) In the following steps. using the proper Context. combining the functions previously performed by a printer. and spooler into one intelligent and simplified entity. you just have to select the existing object where you want to add a new object. If not. check whether there is an object NDPS broker already running. print queue. objects are created using Novell Administration console.

and check the status in the identification section: sIf Status is ‘NDPS broker state down ’.To check whether an NDPS broker object is active. NO NDPS broker is installed. go to section ‘NDPS broker setup’ sIf Status is ‘NDPS broker state active’ go to next step For example. go to section ‘NDPS broker setup’ (see page 99). double-click on it. NDPS broker state active: Novell Environment 95 . If present. search for a 3 interlaced triangles object with Netware Administrator console: If not present.

w Create the Printer Agent 1 Select NDPS_PRINTERS. 2 Create an NDPS printer object: 3 Enter the printer name: : 4 Press ‘Create’ then: s s s Enter the Printer Agent name Enter the NDPS Manager (you previously created) Enter the ‘Novell printer gateway’ 96 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

Confirm by pressing OK: You should see the successful following window: Note: This window does not appear if NDPS manager was already loaded.5 The following window may appear if NDPS manager was not already loaded. 7 Select Connection type to ‘Remote (LPR on IP)’: Novell Environment 97 . 6 Select Printer type: NONE.

8 Enter the IP address (preferred than hostname which requires DNS resolution on Novell Server) and the Printer name: 9 Click ‘FINISH’ to trigger the Printer Agent creation and starting. 98 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 10 Select ‘NONE’ on every Operating System tab. and click CONTINUE: : 11 Click ‘OK’ to finish.

The RMS service allows resources (printer drivers.exe) located in. a Broker object is created automatically in the container where the Server object resides. When NDPS is first installed in an NDS tree. Note: You MUST be logged in as Novell System Administrator on any Windows WorkStation running Novell Client 32 over any Windows operating System.NDPS Broker setup The Broker provides three network support services not previously available in NetWare®: s s s Service Registry Service (SRS). using the proper Context. …) to be installed in a central location and then downloaded to clients. Tree and Server 2 Launch the Novell Administration Task (Nwadmn32. or any other entity on the network that needs that resource. \\‘Novell_Server ’\SYS\public\WIN32 (also generally mapped on Z:\Win32. w Launch the Administrator task 1 Logon as System Administrator.) Novell Environment 99 . Event Notification Service (ENS). A broker should then exist and run on your Novell Server. refer to ‘Create a NDPS broker object’ on page 101. printers. Resource Management Service (RMS): RMS is the one we use below. If not.

then create a new object by either: s Netware Administrator/Object/Create action s Right click on the container where the new object is added s or press the ‘INS’ key. go to section ‘NDPS Broker setup’ on page 99.In the following steps. To check whether an NDPS broker object exists. 3 Check whether there is an object NDPS broker already running. go to next procedure. NO NDPS broker is installed. If present. double click on it. if not the case follow the below instructions. and check the status in the identification section: If Status is ‘NDPS broker state down’. objects are created using Novell Administration console. You just have to select the existing object where you want to add a new object. otherwise. s 100 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . search for a 3 interlaced triangles object with Netware Administrator console: If not present. go to section ‘NDPS Broker setup’ on page 99 s If Status is ‘NDPS broker state active’ go to ‘NDPS Broker RMS setup ’ on page 103.

2 Create an NDPS broker object: 3 Specify Broker name and RMS volume 4 Click ‘Create’. Novell Environment 101 .w Create a NDPS broker object 1 Select NDPS_PRINTERS and create a new object. 5 Load NDPS broker.

in this example. the NDPS broker will not be loaded): load broker ‘NDPS Broker name and context’ For instance.ncf file (otherwise. add the following line to your server ’s autoexec.SNSESC 102 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . double click on it Check the status field: 7 To activate it. Attention: To autoload the NDPS Broker when you restart the Novell server.NDPS_PRINTERS. you have to load the broker module on Novell Server: 8 Check that NDPS broker state is now active.NDPS_BROKER.6 Once the object is created. the following line must be added: load broker .

NDPS Broker RMS setup This section describes how to setup the Novell Server NDPS Broker Resource Manager Service for automatic driver upload. objects are created using Novell Administration console. Tree and Server 2 Launch the Novell Administration Task (Nwadmn32.) In the following steps.exe) located in. then create a new object by either: s Netware Administrator/Object/Create action s Right click on the container where the new object is added s or press the ‘INS’ key Novell Environment 103 . printers. taking the example of the Windows Printer Driver (WPD). Note: You MUST be logged in as Novell System Administrator on any Windows WorkStation running Novell Client 32 over any MS Windows operating System. …) to be installed in a central location and then downloaded to clients. using the proper Context. w Launch the Administrator Task 1 Logon as System Administrator. You just have to select the existing objects where you want to add a new object. or any other entity on the network that needs that resource. \\‘Novell_Server ’\SYS\public\WIN32(also generally mapped on Z:\Win32. The RMS service allows resources (printer drivers.

3 Double-click on the NDPS broker to open it. and select the Operating System you want to add drivers resources for. Caution: Windows Printer Driver (WPD) only supports Windows NT4 /2000/XP operating systems. and press the ‘Resource Management (RMS)’ tab: 4 Click ‘Add resources’. 104 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

5 Select the Windows Platform (Windows 2000 in our example) and click ‘Add’. then browse to select the Printer driver. 6 The following window appears. press ‘OK’ to install the resources . and click ‘OK’ . You can see the drivers installed on Novell Server: Novell Environment 105 .

w Assign to the Printer Agent one resource (driver) among those available for automatic download when configuring the client. The following window is displayed: 106 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 1 Double click on the Printer Object.

and click ‘ Modify ’ : Novell Environment 107 .2 Click ‘ Configuration ’ a 3 Select [Default Printer Configuration].

you can repeat the operation for any Operating system supported. 6 Click ‘OK’ again in the mother window to finish.3 in our example) .4 Click ‘Drivers’. then select the driver to set as the default one (TDS400 1. 108 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . Printer Object has for Windows 2000 a default driver ready to be downloaded Note: Whatever the supported drivers. select the Operating System (Windows 2000 in our example). 5 Click ‘OK’.

Note: Other drivers and platforms will be described in the next release of this manual. but you lose interest in NDPS printing facilities. If not. It describes how to setup the Client workstation in order to use the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Printer resource available on the Novell server through the NDPS method. Note: The driver must be correctly downloaded on the Server Novell (see ‘NDPS Broker RMS setup’ on page 103). The method described here is for Windows 2000 for Windows Printer Driver (WPD) due to driver resources on Novell Server not including Windows XP and due to the fact that Windows Printer Driver (WPD) is not yet supported on Win 9X/Me platform. select SETTINGS/PRINTERS and double-click ‘Add Printer ’: Novell Environment 109 .Client WorkStation Setup This section is aimed at the Local Network Administrator and/or End User. w Set up the workstation under Windows 2000 with WPD driver 1 From the Windows START menu. Attention: This section is NOT intended for Windows Raster Driver. you can nevertheless install the driver locally.

5 Click on it so that it appears in the ‘Printer ’ field like in the following figure: 110 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .2 Click ‘Next’ and choose ‘Network Printer ’: : 3 Click ‘Next’: 4 Click ‘NEXT’ to browse to search your NDPS PRINTER.

the driver resources are automatically downloaded from Novell Server to the local client workstation (Operating system is automatically recognized): 7 If the resource is not available on Novell Server. At this stage.6 Click ‘Next’. a window prompts you to install the driver: 8 Select the driver: Novell Environment 111 .

9 Select the model of the printer: 112 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

Novell Environment 113 .The driver resources are automatically downloaded from Novell Server to the local client workstation: 10 The setup is complete. Click ‘Finish’.

select SETTINGS/PRINTERS. you can use the same procedure as for Windows 2000. 12 Click ‘Print test page’. Nevertheless. Note: Windows XP is not yet supported by NDPS procedures of Novell.11 From the Windows START menu. right-click on the printer and select ‘PROPERTIES’. 114 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

Ref. and check the status in the identification section: s If Status is ‘NDPS broker state down’.NDPS Troubleshooting This section describes a list of troubleshooting items that can occur during NDPS setup. It is aimed at the Local Network Administrator and/or End User. If present. NO NDPS broker is installed. Creating the Printer Agent fails because of the following error : This is probably due to the fact a Resource Management Service is not active: Search for a 3 interlaced triangles object with Netware Administrator console: If not present. Download the Novell patch: NDPS-Post SP2/SP6 NDPS updates (Last modified: 17OCT2001). go to section ‘NDPS Broker setup’ on page 99. Novell Environment 115 . go to section ‘NDPS Broker setup ’ on page 99 s If Status is ‘NDPS broker state active’ go to NDPS Broker RMS setup on page 103 Printing in NDPS is very slow with Novell gateway ‘LPR’ printing There is a known problem on Novell lpr client slow rate (~25 KB/s). Novell 10057434: Printing to LPR-based printer using Novell Printer Gateway in LPR mode results in slow delivery of print data and slow print job processing times. It contains (between other) fix for lpr client. double click on it.

but this method works fine on pure IP network while checksum errors may occur whenever IPX and IP protocols are mixed.These updates are intended for any one of the following platforms: s NetWare 5. you need to launch nwadmn32. Note: This problem may also occur on other Operating System. and this has an impact when trying to create a Printer A workaround consists to create a Queue Object on Novell server and link it to a NDPS printer so that Win NT4/Win2000/Win XP can browse Queue objects.1 with Support Pack 2 applied running NDPS 2.3.0.com) 116 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . Others Always check: s you have the last Novell Support pack for your Novell Server s you have the last Novell client for your Operating System s you have the last patches for your Novell client s Consult Novell site ( www. You can then create a printer on Queue Object destination.0 with Support Pack 6 applied running NDPS 2. Can we use NDPS with Netware 4 There is a NDPS package for Netware 4 which is obsolete so not advised. s NetWare 5.novell.X in order to use NDPS.exe /DisableTLSMGR You cannot see the NDPS printer while browsing with Network Neighborhood s s This is a known issue for Win NT4/Win2000/Win XP platforms while it works for Windows 9X platform. Recommendation is to upgrade to Netware 5.1.6. To solve this problem.exe with the following option (require command line): Z:\ win32\nwadmn32. NDPS broker setup: add resource problem: the browse button does not work This problem was noticed on Windows 2000 Operating system when browsing while adding a resource. This is the reason why this method is not described in this manual.

Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol This chapter describes how to setup the Océ controller to make it work in a TCP/IP environment. 117 .

s How to setup the client workstations for working by using: A Peer to peer connection type A Client/Server connection type Illustration conventions Here are the conventions used in the illustrations of this manual: s s s s [Oce_Printer]: WorkGroup / Domain Name (default value: Oce_Printer) [Oce_System]: Machine Name (default value: OceTDSx00) [Printer] & [PrinterPS]: Printer Names (default values: OceTDSx00 OceTDSx00PS) The SMB standard UNC used are the following: \\[Oce_system]\[Printer] which stands for \\OceTDSx00\OceTDSx00 \\[Oce_system]\[PrinterPS] which stands for \\OceTDSx00\OceTDSx00PS 118 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . s How to setup a dedicated workstation as a Print Server in order to work in a Client/Server configuration. 600 or 800) controller or TCS400 controller to make it work in a TCP/IP environment.Introduction The following sections describe: s How to setup the Océ TDSXXX (with XXX standing for 400.

Prerequisites Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems) For all operating systems. the MicroSoft TCP/IP Printing Services must be installed on Windows: [3] Windows NT4 (left) and Windows 2000 (right) [4] Windows XP Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 119 .

LPR Protocol (for Windows 2000/XP only)
In Windows 2000/XP, for performance reasons, we strongly recommend to use LPR port instead of TCP/IP port. Only Standard TCP/IP Port is installed and not LPR port. First check if LPR protocol is installed; if not, see the following procedures.
w Add LPR port under Windows 2000/XP 1 From the Start menu, select ‘Settings’ and ‘Control Panel’. 2 Select ‘Add/Remove Programs’ and ‘Add/Remove Windows Components’:

3 Select ‘Other Network File and Print Services’ (do not check it, just highlight

it) and click ‘Details’.
4 Select ‘Print services for Unix’. Click ‘OK’ and ‘Next’. 5 You may be prompted for Windows 2000 installation CD. 6 Click ‘Finish’. No reboot is required.

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Set up LPR port under Windows 2000/XP 1 From the Start menu, select Settings/Printers then ‘Add Printer ’. 2 Click ‘Next’. 3 Select ‘Local Printer ’, and uncheck the ‘Automatic detect and install my Plug

and play printer ’.
4 Select ‘Next’, the window ‘Select the Printer Port’ appears:

5 Select ‘Create a new port’ and choose LPR port. Note: If LPR port is not present, see ‘ Add LPR port under Windows

2000/XP’ on page 120.
6 Click ‘Next’ and enter Print server name in the first field, then the Printer

(queue) name in the second field:

7 Click ‘OK’. The window ‘Add Printer Wizard’ allows you to install the driver.

Continue the setup to install your driver (see ‘Server setup’ on page 127).

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Enable TCP/IP protocol Setup TCP/IP general Parameters (IP Addr, Mask, Gateway, etc.) Enable/Disable LPR protocol Enable/Disable FTP protocol Enable/Disable DHCP Server Enable/Disable DNS Server and relevant parameters

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Enable TCP/IP Protocol Note: you MUST be logged in as system administrator. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see page 267). 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity folder. 3 Expand the ‘TCP/IP folder. 4 Expand the ‘Adapter_x’ folder (x= the number of the adapter to configure). In

our example x=1 (Adapter1 is ‘enabled’).
5 Select ‘Enable’ document. 6 Select ‘Enabled’ on the right window (‘Enable’). 7 Click ‘Apply’:

8 You are proposed to reboot the controller: either, click ‘OK’ and continue the

other parameters setup, or, once all the setups are done, reboot the controller (see ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272).

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Set up the TCP/IP parameters Note: You MUST be logged as system administrator. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see page 267). 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ folder. 3 Expand the ‘TCP/IP’ folder. 4 Expand the ‘Adapter_x’ folder (x= the number of the adapter to configure) x=1

in our example for adapter1.
5 Select ‘IP address’ document and type in the IP address (e.g. 134.188.21.180)

into the input field in the right window.
6 Select the ‘IP mask’ document and type in the IP mask (e.g. 255.255.255.0)

into the input field in the right window.
7 Select the ‘Default gateway’ document and type in the Default Gateway (e.g.

134.188.21.1) into the input field in the right window.
8 If relevant, select ‘Primary Wins Server ’ document and enter the Primary Wins

Server address in the right window.
9 If relevant, select ‘Secondary Wins Server ’ document and enter the Secondary

Wins Server address in the right window.
10 Click ‘Apply’.

11 You are then proposed to reboot the controller: either, click OK and go on with

the other parameters setup, or, once all the setups are done, reboot the controller. See ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272.

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Enable the LPR Protocol Note: you MUST be logged as system administrator. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see page 267). 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ Folder. 3 Expand the ‘LPD’ folder and select the ‘Enable LPD’ document. 4 Select ‘Enabled’ on the right window (‘Enable LPD’) and click ‘Apply’.

5 You are then proposed to reboot the controller: either, click OK and go on with

the other parameters setup, or, once all the setups are done, reboot the controller. See ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272.
w Enable the FTP Protocol Note: you MUST be logged in as system administrator. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see page 267). 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ folder. 3 Expand the ‘FTP’ folder and select the ‘Enable FTP’ document. 4 Select ‘Enabled’ on the right window (‘Enable FTP’) and click ‘Apply’.

5 You are proposed to reboot the controller: either, click OK and go on with the

other parameters setup, or, once all the setups are done, reboot the controller. See ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272.

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reboot the controller. once all setups are done. 5 Select the ‘Enable DHCP’ document. 6 Select ‘Enabled’ on the right window (‘Enable DHCP’) and click ‘Apply’. 4 Expand the ‘Adapter_x’ folder (x= the number of the adapter to configure) In our case x=1 for Adapter1. 7 You are proposed to reboot the controller: either. click ‘OK ’ and go on with the other parameters setup. or. 3 Expand the ‘TCP/IP’ folder. See ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272.w Enable the DHCP Server Note: you MUST be logged as system administrator. 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ folder. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 125 . 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see page 267).

2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ folder. 8 You are then proposed to reboot the controller: either. 6 Enter the DNS address in the right window (e.21.w Set up the DNS Server Note: you MUST be logged as system administrator. or. 126 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . once all the setups are done. 7 Click ‘Apply’. 5 Select the ‘DNS’ document.188.11). 3 Expand the ‘TCP/IP’ folder and select the ‘Domain’ document. click OK and go on with the other parameters setup. See ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272. reboot the controller.g. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see page 267). 4 Enter the Domain server name in the right window. 134.

Thus no Print Server is defined. Note: (*) When using a Windows NT. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 127 . Note: There is no peer to peer configuration because the client workstation is connected directly to the TDS/TCS Controller. printer data are sent twice on the LAN: s s From the user workstation to the Print Server workstation. a local workStation acting as an Océ TDS/TCS Print Server. Document Setup You can fully administrate on the Print Server the Océ TDS/TCS Printer Document Format (*). You can also update any of the Client Driver very simply (*). In this configuration. in a Client/Server configuration. 2000 or XP Workstation as a Print Server. Media Setup You can fully administrate on the Print Server the Océ TDS/TCS Printer Media (*). From the Print Server workstation to the Océ TDS/TCS printer controller Updates You can update the drivers locally on the Print Server by getting the updates from the Océ web site.Server setup This section describes how to setup. Administration You can fully administrate on the Print Server the Océ TDS/TCS Printer Resource (*).

See ‘LPR Protocol (for Windows 2000/XP only)’ on page 120. 2 Browse the directory where the Oce WRD2 driver distribution is located: 3 Double-click ‘setup. w Install the driver for a TDSx00 1 Open the Windows Explorer. make sure the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service is installed.Print server configuration (Windows Raster Driver 2) Note: Before you start. Note: Under Windows 2000 and XP. The ‘Oce TDSx00 Printer driver ’ installer is launched and the ‘End User License Agreement’ window opens: 128 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .exe’. See ‘Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems)’ on page 119. make sure the LPR protocol is installed.

4 Click ‘Accept’: 5 Select the LPR port corresponding to the Océ TDSx00 printer you want to use. Appropriate files are copied to your system. 10 Click ‘Restart Windows now’ to reboot the workstation. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 129 . you need to create a new port. 6 Click ‘Next’. If the port is not already defined in the list. 8 Click ‘Next’. 9 Click ‘Finish’. The ‘Printer installation’ window opens: 7 Enter a new printer name if required.

11 From the Windows Start menu. 2 Click ‘shared’ and give a share name to your Printer. select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers’ to check if the new TDSx00 printer is available in the printers list: w Share the printer 1 Right-click on the printer icon in the ‘Printers’ window and select ‘sharing’. 130 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

click ‘Additional Drivers’. 4 Check the box corresponding to the required operating system (in our example Win 9x/Me) and click ‘OK’. if you want to share the printer with workstations running another operating system. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 131 .3 In Windows 2000 and XP. 6 Click ‘Browse’. 5 Click ‘OK’.

inf ’ file dedicated to Windows 9x and click <Open> The ‘Windows 95/Windows 98 Printer Drivers’ window opens again with the desired path in the ‘copy files from’ line: 8 Click ‘OK’. Appropriate files are copied to your system then the ‘Printer Properties’ window opens again: 9 Click ‘Close’.7 Locate the ‘oemsetup. check that your printer is shared: 132 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 10 In the ‘Printers’ window.

Note: Under Windows 2000 and XP. make sure the LPR protocol is installed. See ‘LPR Protocol (for Windows 2000/XP only)’ on page 120. The ‘Océ WPD ’ installer is launched: Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 133 . make sure the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service is installed.exe’.Print server configuration (Windows Printer Driver) Note: Before you start. See ‘Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems)’ on page 119. 2 Browse to locate the directory where the Oce Windows Printer Driver distribution is located: 3 Double-click ‘Setup. Note: Windows Printer Driver is not available for Windows 9x/Me. w Install the driver for a TDS400/TCS400 1 Open the Windows Explorer.

6 Choose your language and click ‘Next’. 134 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 5 Click ‘Yes’.4 Click ‘Next’.

Files are copied on your system. check the printer is in the list: Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 135 . 9 Click ‘Finish’.7 Choose your model and destination port then click ‘Next’. 8 Name the printer and click ‘Next’. In the ‘Printers and Faxes’ window.

Win 2000 or Win NT4 users. 1 In the ‘Printers and faxes’ window. click ‘Additional Drivers’. right-click on the printer icon and choose ‘sharing’: 2 Select ‘share this printer ’.w Share the printer Note: It is only possible to share the printer with other Win XP. 4 If you want to share the printer with a Win NT4 or Win 2000 station. 136 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . click ‘OK’ and go directly to step 13. 5 If you want to share with other XP stations. 3 Give a share name to your printer.

dll’ file in the Oce WPD distribution. 7 Click ‘Continue Anyway’. 10 Click ‘Open’.Windows 2000 or XP’ box and click <OK>. 8 Click ‘OK’. The ‘Files Needed’ window opens again with the selected path appearing in the ‘Copy files from’ line: Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 137 . 9 Click ‘Browse’ to locate the ‘wpd.6 Check the ‘Intel .

13 In the ‘Printers and Faxes’ window. The necessary files are copied to your system. check that your printer is shared: 138 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 12 Click ‘Close’.11 Click ‘OK’.

The Adobe Postscript Driver Installer is launched: Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 139 . See ‘LPR Protocol (for Windows 2000/XP only)’ on page 120. See ‘Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems)’ on page 119. make sure the LPR protocol is installed.Print server configuration (PostScript 3 driver) Note: Before you start. Note: Under Windows 2000 and XP. make sure the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service is installed. 2 Browse to locate the directory where the Oce Postscript 3 driver distribution is located: . 3 Double-click ‘setup.exe’. w Install the driver for TDSx00/TCS400 1 Open the Windows Explorer.

The ‘End User License Agreement’ window opens: 5 Click ‘Accept’. The ‘Local Port Selection’ window opens: 8 Select the LPR port corresponding to the Océ TDS/TCS Postscript printer you want to use. The ‘Printer Connection Type’ window opens: 6 Select ‘It is directly connected to your computer (Local Printer)’. If the port is not already defined in the list. 7 Click ‘Next’. create a new port. 140 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .4 Click ‘Next’.

13 Select the operating systems of all the computers that will print to that printer. 12 Click ‘Shared’ and enter a shared printer name. 11 Click ‘Next’. 10 Select the Océ TDS/TCS Postscript model corresponding to your printer.9 Click ‘Next’. 14 Click ‘Next’: 15 Choose if you want the TDS/TCS Postscript printer to be the default printer and if you want to print a test page. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 141 .

If you asked to perform the printer configuration now. then the ‘Digital signature not found’ window opens: 18 Click ‘Yes’. 19 Select if you want to configure the printer now or later and click ‘Next’. 17 Click ‘Install’. the ‘Properties’ window opens and the printer setup can be performed. 142 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .16 Click ‘Next’. The appropriate files are copied onto your system.

21 From the Windows Start menu.Otherwise. select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers’. the ‘Setup Complete’ window opens: 20 Click ‘Finish’. 22 Check the new TDS/TCS Postscript printer is now available and shared: Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 143 .

only FTP is available.Client setup This section describes how to setup a client workstation in order to use the Océ TDS-TCS printer resource on a LAN via the TCP/IP protocol. you can print via: s FTP an Océ driver (WRD2. The section is aimed at the Local Network Administrator and/or End User and covers the following two configurations: s s Direct connection (also called ‘peer to peer ’) Connection via a Print Server workstation (also called ‘Client/Server ’). WPD. ADI or HDI) Note: For Windows 9x/Me. PS3. From the client workstation. s 144 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

to quit FTP.188. select ‘Programs’ and ‘MS-DOS Prompt’ (For Windows 2000/XP: Start/Programs/Accessories/Command Prompt).Example: For 134. A connection is now set up for the user ‘anonymous’. Thus it is impossible to print via TCP/IP LPR using one of the Océ drivers. retype this name as your password and press ‘Enter ’. Enter the ‘bye’ command. Send the data file (for example: carson. type: ‘open 134.Peer to Peer configuration Print via FTP Pre-requisite The TCP/IP Protocol is used and therefore the MicroSoft TCP/IP Protocol must be installed on the workstation you launch a FTP client from. Enter a user name (e.21. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 145 .155’ 4 Press ‘Enter ’ to connect to the remote FTP server. 3 Type in ‘Open’ command followed by either the registered name of the remote host or the IP address. w Print via FTP 1 From the Windows ‘Start’ menu. The connection with the FTP server is established and you are prompted for a user name.188. Note: You can view the list of jobs by entering ‘ dir ’ and you can delete one of your jobs by entering ‘ del job_no ’.21.155.hp) via the ‘put’ command ‘put carson. Set the transmission mode to binary by entering ‘binary’ Type the following command: ‘cd jobs’ Type ‘lcd C:\DRAWINGS’ to go to the local directory containing the data to print (for example C:\DRAWINGS).hp’. then processed and finally printed. The only possibility to print from a Windows 9x/Me workstation is via FTP.g. 2 Enter the ‘ftp’ command into the command (DOS) window. The data is sent to the input spool directory of the controller. Note: Note: Instead of performing steps 2 and 3 you may also enter ‘ ftp 5 6 7 8 9 10 host_name’ in the FTP client. « anonymous »). Note: The TCP/IP LPR printing service is not implemented in Win9x/Me.

150 Opening binary data connection for jobs.155 Connected to 134.1).08 Kbytes/sec) ftp> bye 221 Good bye C:\> 146 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .21. 226 Transfer complete.22 seconds (400.21.21.A complete FTP session example is given below: C:\>ftp ftp> open 134. ftp> cd jobs 250 CWD command successful.188.hp2 200 PORT command successful. ftp> lcd d:\emul\hpg2 Local directory now D:\emul\hpg2 ftp> put columbia. Password: 230 anonymous user logged in.188.188.4. 8817 bytes sent in 0.155. 220 OceTDSxxx FTP Service (Version 1.155:(none)): anonymous 331 anonymous access allowed. User (134. send identity (e-mail name) as password. ftp> binary 200 Type set to I.

The ‘End User License Agreement’ window opens: Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 147 . make sure the LPR protocol is installed. 2 Browse to the directory where the Oce WRD2 driver distribution is located: 3 Double-click ‘Setup. make sure the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service is installed.exe’. See ‘LPR Protocol (for Windows 2000/XP only)’ on page 120. Note: Before you start. Note: Under Windows 2000 and XP.Print via Windows Raster Driver 2 Note: You can print via this driver from any operating system except Windows 9x/Me (see‘Print via FTP’ on page 145). w 1 Install WRD2 driver for a TDSx00 Open the Windows Explorer. See ‘Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems)’ on page 119.

The ‘Printer Installation’ window opens: 5 Choose the destination port. 7 Enter the name for your printer and click ‘Next’. Files are copied to your system. click ‘Add Network Port ’ to create a new port. 148 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 9 Click ‘Restart Windows Now’ to reboot the system. 6 Click ‘Next’. Note: In Windows XP. 8 Click ‘Finish’.4 Click ‘Accept’.

in the ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’ window for the presence of your new printer: Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 149 .10 Check.

See ‘LPR Protocol (for Windows 2000/XP only)’ on page 120. w 1 Install WPD driver for a TDS400/TCS400 Open the Windows Explorer. 2 Browse the directory where the Oce WPD driver distribution is located: 150 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . See ‘Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems)’ on page 119. Note: Under Windows 2000 and XP. Note: Before you start.Print via Windows Printer Driver Note: You can print via this driver from any operating system except Windows 9x/Me (see‘Print via FTP’ on page 145). make sure the LPR protocol is installed. make sure the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service is installed.

exe’: 4 Click ‘Next’. The End User License Agreement opens: 5 Click ‘Yes’.3 Double-click ‘Setup. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 151 .

6 Choose your language and click ‘Next’: 7 Choose your model and destination port and click ‘Next’. 9 Click ‘Finish’. The necessary files are copied on your system. 8 Enter the name for your printer and click ‘Next’. 152 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

10 Check in the ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’ window for the presence of your new printer: Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 153 .

Note: Before you start. See ‘LPR Protocol (for Windows 2000/XP only)’ on page 120. make sure the LPR protocol is installed.Print via PostScript3 driver Note: You can print via this driver from any operating system except Windows 9x/Me (see‘Print via FTP’ on page 145). 2 Browse the directory where the Oce Postscript 3 driver distribution is located. make sure the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service is installed. w Install PS3 driver for a TDSx00/TCS400 1 Open the Windows Explorer. 154 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . See ‘Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems)’ on page 119. Note: Under Windows 2000 and XP.

4 Click ‘Next’. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 155 .3 Double-click ‘setup. 5 Click ‘ACCEPT’.exe’. 6 Click ‘It is directly connected to your computer (Local Printer)’.

you need to create a new port. 8 Select the LPR port corresponding to the Océ TDS/TCS Postscript printer you want to use.7 Click ‘Next’. 9 Click ‘Next’. 10 Select the Océ TDS/TCS Postscript model corresponding to your printer. Note: If the port is not already defined in the list. 156 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

13 Define your printer ’s name. 12 Select ‘Not Shared’ and click ‘Next’.11 Click ‘Next’. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 157 . 14 Click ‘Next’. Choose if you want the TDS/TCS Postscript printer to be the default printer and if you want to print a test page.

The appropriate files are copied on your system and the ‘Digital Signature Not Found’ window opens: 16 Click ‘Yes’. Otherwise. 17 Select if you want to configure the printer now. If you asked to perform the printer configuration now. the ‘Setup Complete’ window opens: 19 Click ‘Finish’. the ‘Properties’ window opens and theprinter setup can be performed.15 Click ‘Install’. 18 Click ‘Next’. 158 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

20 Check in the ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’ window (Start menu\Settings\Printers) that the new Postscript printer is now available: Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 159 .

Print via Autocad ADI driver There is currently no way for printing from AutoCAD / Océ ADI Driver to the Océ TDSx00 or TCS400 in a peer to peer connection via the TCP/IP protocol. 160 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . Print via Autocad HDI driver There is currently no way for printing from AutoCAD / Océ HDI Drivers to the Océ TDSx00 or TCS400 in a peer to peer connection via the TCP/IP protocol.

make sure the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service is installed.Client/Server configuration Client/Server (Windows Raster Driver 2) Note: Before you start. See ‘Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems)’ on page 119. 2 Double-click ‘Add printer ’. select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and faxes’. w 1 Connect to a TDSx00 with the Windows Raster Driver 2 From the Windows ‘Start’ menu. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 161 .

3 Click ‘Next’. 5 Click ‘Browse’. 7 Select the printer queue. 4 Click ‘Network Printer ’ and ‘Next’. 162 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 6 Browse the network to locate the station where the TDSx00 printer to print to is connected.

with the selected printer appearing on the ‘Network or queue name’ line: 9 Click ‘Next’. 12 Select if you want to print a test page (recommended setup is ‘No’). 11 Click ‘Next’.8 Click ‘OK’. 10 Change the default printer name. The ‘Add printer wizard’ window opens. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 163 .

16 After your station is restarted. check in the ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’ window.13 Click ‘Finish’. Files are copied to your system and the ‘Software Product license’ window opens: 14 Click ‘Yes’. that the newly installed TDSx00 appears in the list of available printers: 164 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 15 Click ‘Yes’.

See ‘Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems)’ on page 119. make sure the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service is installed.Client/Server (Windows Printer Driver) Note: Before you start. select ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 165 . 2 Double-click ‘Add printer ’. Note: No Windows Printer Driver is available for Windows 9x/Me. 1 From the Windows ‘Start’ menu. w Connect to a TDS400/TCS400 with the Windows Printer Driver (WPD) Note: The TCP/IP protocol is used and therefore the MicroSoft TCP/IP Printing Services must have been installed on the Windows XP client station.

166 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 6 Browse the network to locate the station where the TDS400/TCS400 printer is connected to.3 Click ‘Next’. 4 Click ‘Network printer ’ and ‘Next’. 5 Select ‘Connect to this printer (…)’ and click ‘Next’.

11 Click ‘Finish’. 9 Select if you want the TDS400/TCS400 to be the default printer.7 Select the printer queue. 8 Click ‘Next’. 10 Click ‘Next’. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 167 .

12 Check in the ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’ window if the newly installed TDSx00 appears in the list of available printers. : 168 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

2 Double-click ‘Add printer ’.Client/Server (PostScript 3 driver) Note: Before you start. make sure the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service is installed. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 169 . See ‘Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems)’ on page 119. w Connect to a TDSx00/TCS400 with the Postscript 3 Driver 1 From the Windows ‘Start’ menu. select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and faxes’.

170 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 5 Click ‘Browse’. 6 Browse the network to locate the station where the TDS/TCS-PS printer to print to is connected. 7 Select the printer queue .3 Click ‘Next’. 4 Click ‘Network Printer ’ and ‘Next’.

8 Click ‘OK’. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 171 . The ‘Add printer wizard’ window opens. with the selected printer appearing on the ‘Network or queue name’ line: 9 Click ‘Next’. 10 Change the default printer name if required.

11 Click ‘Next’. check in the ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’ window that the newly-installed TDS/TCS-PS printer appears in the list of available printers: 172 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . Files are copied to your system: 14 Click ‘Yes’. 13 Click ‘Finish’. 12 Select if you want to print a test page (recommended setup is ‘No’). 15 After your station is restarted.

for instance. 3 Double-click ‘Oce ADI x. See ‘Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems)’ on page 119.com). The ‘Preferences’ window opens. make sure the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service is installed. Make sure you installed the latest version of ADI driver (see ‘Downloads’ section on http://sdds. w Connect to a TDSx00/TCS400 with the Autocad14 ADI driver 1 In the Autocad menu.Client/Server (Autocad ADI) Note: Before you start. select ‘FILE / PRINTER SETUP’.x driver_For Autodesk by Oce’ (where x.x is the Autodesk driver release number. 4. with the ‘Printer ’ thumbnail selected: 2 Click ‘New’. Note: AutoCAD14 does not support Windows XP.oce. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 173 .3). Note: Autocad 14 must be installed on the client station.

find the number corresponding to the TDSx00/TCS400 printer. 6 Enter the number corresponding to your TDSx00/TCS400 printer and press ‘ENTER’. etc. Note: Press ‘ENTER ’ after each setting. 5 Press ‘ENTER’ to display the second page of the list. The last parameter is relative to the machine connection: s s 174 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .The ‘Autocad Text Window’ opens: 4 In the ‘supported models’ list. 7 Perform the requested parameters settings: type of plotter's unit number of rolls.

10 Select the printer queue. The ‘AutoCAD Text window’ opens with the following message: ‘Do you want to change anything? (No/Yes/File)’ 12 Select ‘N’. 13 Press ‘RETURN’ to confirm the previously-made settings. 9 Browse the network to locate the station where TDSx00/TCS400 printer to address is connected to. in the ‘Printer ’ thumbnail of the ‘Preferences’ window: 14 Click ‘OK’ to finish the procedure.8 Select ‘N’ for ‘Network port’. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 175 . 11 Click ‘OK’. The TDSx00/TCS400 is now added to the available printers’ list.

Note: Before you start. Make sure you installed the latest version of HDI driver (see ‘Downloads’ section on http://sdds. 2 Double-click ‘Add-A-Plotter Wizard’. select ‘FILE / PLOTTER MANAGER ’.oce. w Connect to a TDSx00/TCS400 with the AutoCAD 2000/HDI1 and Autocad 2000i/HDI2 Driver 1 In the Autocad menu. See ‘Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service (for all Operating Systems)’ on page 119. make sure the Microsoft TCP/IP Printing Service is installed. 3 Click ‘Next’. 176 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .com). 4 Click ‘Network Plotter Server ’.Client/Server (Autocad HDI) Note: AutoCAD 2002 must be installed on the Windows client station.

7 Browse the network to locate the station where the TDSx00/TCS400 to address is connected to. 8 Select the printer queue. 6 Click ‘Browse’. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 177 .5 Click ‘Next’.

178 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .9 Click ‘OK’. 10 Click ‘Next’. 11 Select ‘Oce’ in the ‘Manufacturers’ list and ‘OceTDS400’ or ‘OceTCS400’ in the ‘Models’ list andclick ‘Next’.

14 Click ‘Next’.12 Click ‘Next’. 13 Enter a new plotter name. Chapter 3 TCP/IP protocol 179 .

17 Click the ‘Custom Properties’ button. 180 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 16 Click ‘Custom Properties’. 18 Setup the printer parameters as needed. 19 Click ‘OK’ twice.15 Click ‘Edit Plotter Configuration’. 20 Click ‘Finish’.

Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual Chapter 4 SMB protocol This chapter describes how to setup the Océ controller to make it work in a SMB Environment. 181 .

OceTCS400.Introduction This chapter describes how to set up: s s s the Océ TDSx00 or TCS400 controller to make it work in a SMB environment a dedicated workstation as a Print Server in order to work in a Client/Server configuration. the client workstations to work using either a direct connection to TDS/TCS controller ora connection to a Print server based on a dedicated workstation Illustration conventions Here are the conventions used in the illustrations of this manual: s s s s [Oce_Printer]: WorkGroup / Domain Name (default value: Oce_Printer) [Oce_System]: Machine Name (default value: OceTDSx00) [Printer] & [PrinterPS]: Printer Names (default values: OceTDSx00. OceTDSx00PS and OceTCS400PS) The SMB standard UNC used are the following: \\[Oce_system]\[Printer] which stands for \\OceTDSx00\OceTDSx00or \\OceTCS400\OceTCS400 \\[Oce_system]\[PrinterPS] which stands for \\OceTDSx00\OceTDSx00PS or \\OceTCS400\OceTCS400PS 182 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

s if it is not installed.Prerequisites Windows 9x/Me w Check if 'sharing the printers' is enabled on the station: 1 Right-click ‘Network Neighbourhood’ on the desktop. 2 Select ‘Properties’. click ‘OK’. 3 Check if the ‘File and printer sharing for Microsoft networks’ service is installed: if it is. The configuration is finished. follow the procedure. s Chapter 4 SMB protocol 183 . 4 Click ‘File and print sharing’.

The ‘Network’ window is displayed. with the ‘File and printer sharing for Microsoft networks’ service appearing as installed service: 6 Click ‘OK’.5 Check ‘I want to be able to allow others to print to my printer(s)’ and click ‘OK’. 184 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . The station reboots if a parameter has been changed.

there are three LPT Ports available by default (LPT1: to LPT3:). Chapter 4 SMB protocol 185 . 3 Select the ‘Ports’ tab. If more virtual ports are needed. w Map a local virtual LPTx: port to the UNC name of the printer you want to share 1 Open a Dos Command window 2 Type in the following command: NET USE LPTx: \\[Oce_System]\[Printer] /PERSISTENT:YES where: s ‘LPTx’ stands for the last available virtual port (ex: LPT3:) s \\[Oce_System]\[Printer] stands for UNC name of the printer Example: NET USE LPT3: \\OceTDSx00\OceTDSx00 /PERSISTENT:YES NET USE LPT3: \\OceTDSx00\OceTDSx00PS /PERSISTENT:YES On NT/2000/XP workstations. 6 Click ‘New port’. select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and faxes’. you can add a new port by the following procedure: w Add a new port 1 From Windows ‘Start’ menu. 8 Click ‘OK’ and ‘Close’ twice. 7 Enter a new virtual port name. 5 Choose ‘Local Port’. 4 Click ‘Add Port…’.Windows NT/2000/XP Note: You MUST be logged as workstation/network administrator. 2 Open the ‘File’ menu and select ‘Server Properties’.

w Enable SMB protocol Note: you MUST be logged as system administrator. 186 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 5 Select ‘Enabled’ on the right window (‘Enable SMB’). 3 Expand the ‘SMB’ folder.General TDS/TCS setup The following sections explain how to: s s s Enable the SMB protocol on the TDSx00 controller Change the default machine name of the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 or Oce( [Oce_System]) which default factory setup is ‘OceTDSx00’ Change the default name of the Workgroup [Oce-Printer]) which default factory setup is ‘Oce-Printer ’. 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ folder. 4 Select ‘Enable SMB’. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see ‘Set up the SMB parameters on the Océ TDS controller ’ on page 269). 6 Click ‘Apply’.

5 Click ‘Apply’.7 You are proposed to reboot the controller: either. or. 3 Select ‘Host name’. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see ‘Set up the SMB parameters on the Océ TDS controller ’ on page 269). reboot the controller (see ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272). click ‘OK ’ and go on with the other parameters setup. or. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 187 . 6 You are proposed to reboot the controller: either click ‘OK’ and go on with the other parameters setup. once all setups are done. once all the setups are done. TDS400-14726) in the input field. w Set up the machine name Note: you MUST be logged as system administrator. 2 Expand the ‘Océ Power Logic ® Identification’ folder.g. reboot the controller (see ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272). 4 Type in the new Host name (E.

reboot the controller (see ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272). 5 Type in the new workgroup name (e. 6 Click ‘Apply’. or.w Set up the workgroup name Note: you MUST be logged as system administrator. 7 You are proposed to reboot the controller: either click OK and go on with the other parameters setup.g. 1 Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode (see‘Set up the SMB parameters on the Océ TDS controller ’ on page 269). 2 Expand the ‘Connectivity’ folder. 3 Expand the ‘SMB’ folder. 4 Select ‘Workgroup name’. once all setups are done. 188 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . OCE_PRINTERS) in the input field.

Chapter 4 SMB protocol 189 . You can also update any of the Client Driver very simply (*). in a Client/Server configuration. From the Print Server workstation to the Océ TDS printer controller Updates You can update the drivers locally on the Print Server by getting the updates from the Océ web site. Media Setup You can fully administrate on the Print Server the Océ TDS Printer Media (*). In this configuration. 2000 or XP Workstation as a Print Server. printer data are sent twice on the LAN: s s From the user workstation to the Print Server workstation. This section describes how to setup. a local workstation acting as an Océ TDS Print Server. Administration You can fully administrate on the Print Server the Océ TDS Printer Resource (*). Document Setup You can fully administrate on the Print Server the Océ TDS Printer Document Format (*). Note: (*) When using a Windows NT.Server setup Attention: The SMB protocol is not implemented for TCS400 yet.

w Install Windows Raster Driver 2 for a TDSx00 (Windows 9x/Me) 1 From the Windows ‘Start’ menu. Note: Under Windows NT. 2 Double-click ‘Add printer ’. 3 Click ‘Next’.Print Server configuration (Windows Raster Driver 2) Attention: The SMB protocol is not implemented for TCS400 yet. make sure to map a local virtual port (see page 185). select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers’. make sure the ‘Sharing the printers’ option is enabled (see page 183). 2000 and XP. Note: Under Windows 9x/Me. 190 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

9 Click ‘OK’. 6 Click ‘Browse’. with the selected path appearing on the ‘Copy manufacturer's file from’ line.4 Click ‘LOCAL PRINTER’ and ‘NEXT’. 8 Select the ‘oemsetup. The ‘Install from disk’ window is displayed. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 191 .inf ’ file. 7 Select the directory where the Océ WRD2 Windows 9x distribution is located. 5 Click ‘Have disk’.

LPT1:). prompting to keep or replace the driver.The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed. including a list of available ports: 15 Select a physical LPT port (for instance.10 Click ‘OK’. 192 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 12 Click ‘Next’. including a list of Océ printers: 11 Select the ‘OceTDSx00’ model. The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed. The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed. 13 Click ‘Replace existing driver ’. 14 Click ‘Next’.

The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed.16 Click ‘Next’. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 193 . The ‘Printers’ window is displayed with the new OceTDSx00: A window pops-up. 20 Press ‘YES’. 18 Click ‘Finish’. Files are copied to the PC hard disk and the ‘Software Product license’ window is displayed: 19 Click ‘Yes’. including the default printer name: v 17 Change the printer name if required. asking to restart the computer to complete the installation.

194 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . if applicable. 5 Click ‘Apply’. 6 Click ‘Details’. 4 Enter the requested information.w Share the printer with the other users: 1 Right-click ‘OceTDSx00’. 2 Click ‘Sharing’. The ‘OceTDSx00 Properties’ window is displayed. 3 Click ‘Share as’.

\\ OceTDSx00 \ OceTDSx00) 10 Enable ‘Reconnect at logon’. 8 Select the chosen LPT port (for instance. 11 Click ‘OK’. The ‘OceTDSx00 Properties’ window is displayed. The ‘Printers’ window is displayed. 9 Select the TDSx00 printer's UNC as ‘path’ (typically. 12 Click ‘OK’. LPT1) as ‘device’. including the shared ‘OceTDSx00’ icon: Chapter 4 SMB protocol 195 .7 Click ‘Capture printer port’.

196 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .exe’. 2 Browse to locate the directory where the Océ WRD2 driver distribution is located: 3 Double-click ‘setup.w Install Windows Raster Driver 2 for a TDSx00 (Windows NT/2000/XP) 1 Open the Windows Explorer.

Chapter 4 SMB protocol 197 .4 Click ‘Accept’. 8 Click ‘Next’. Files are copied to the PC and the ‘Installation successful’ window is displayed: 10 Click ‘Restart Windows now’ to reboot the workstation. 7 Enter a new printer name if required. 5 Click in the Port window to select a local port (for instance. 9 Click ‘Finish’. LPT3). 6 Click ‘Next’.

check in the ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’ window (‘Start’ menu\‘Settings’\‘Printers and faxes’) if the new printer is added to the available printers list: w Share the printer with the other users: 1 Right-click ‘TDSx00’ in the ‘Printers and faxes’ window. 3 Click ‘Share this printer’. 2 Select ‘Sharing’. 5 Check in the ‘Printers and faxes’ window if the printer icon appears is shared. 198 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .11 After the workstation restarted. 4 Enter a new printer's share name and click ‘OK ’.

2 Select ‘Sharing’ and click ‘Additional drivers. 98 and Me’ box and click ‘OK’.w Share the printer with W9x/Me and/or NT4/2000 users 1 Right-click the printer icon in the ‘Printers and Faxes’ window. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 199 . 4 Click ‘Browse’ to locate the Win 9x WRD2 driver. 3 Check ‘Intel Windows 95.

Files are copied to the PC. 200 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . with the selected path appearing on the ‘copy files from’ line: 6 7 Click ‘OK’. The ‘Windows 95.5 Click ‘Open’. Click ‘Close’. 98 and Me printers drivers’ window is displayed.

Note: Under Windows 9x/Me. We recommend you to use as a Print server a workstation equipped with another O. make sure to map a local virtual port (see page 185). w Install Windows Printer Driver for a TDS400 1 Open the Windows Explorer.S (for TDS400) or Windows Raster driver (for TDSx00). 2 Browse to locate the directory where the Oce WPD driver distribution is: 3 Double-click ‘setup. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 201 . 2000 and XP.exe’. make sure the ‘Sharing the printers’ option is enabled (see page 183). Note: Windows Printer Driver does not support Windows 9x/Me.Print Server configuration (Windows Printer Driver) Attention: The SMB protocol is not implemented for TCS400 yet. Note: Under Windows NT.

202 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 5 Click ‘Yes’. LPT3). 7 Choose your model and destination port (for instance.4 Click ‘Next’. 6 Choose your language and click ‘Next’.

8 Click ‘Next’. 9 Enter the desired name for your printer. Files are copied to the PC and the ‘Setup complete’ window is displayed: 11 Click ‘Finish’. In the ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’ window. 10 Click ‘Next’. check if the new printer is added to the available printers list: Chapter 4 SMB protocol 203 .

it is only possible to share it with other Win NT4 or Widows 2000 user. 3 Click ‘Share’ or ‘Share as’ or ‘Share this printer ’.w Share the printer with other users Note: For Windows NT4. Note: For Windows XP. 1 Right-click on the printer icon in the ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’ window. 4 Enter a printer ’s share name and click ‘OK’. it is only possible to share it with other Win NT4 user. 5 Check in the ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’ window if the printer is shared. 2 Select ‘Sharing’. 204 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . Note: For Windows 2000. 2000 or XP users. it is only possible to share it with other Win NT4.

make sure the ‘Sharing the printers’ option is enabled (see page 183). 2000 and XP. make sure to map a local virtual port (see page 185). Note: Under Windows NT. Note: Under Windows 9x/Me. w Install Postscript 3 Driver for a TDSx00 (Windows 9x/Me) 1 Open the Windows Explorer. 2 Browse to locate the directory where the Océ Windows 9x/Me Postscript 3 driver distribution is located: Chapter 4 SMB protocol 205 .Print Server configuration (PostScript 3) Attention: The SMB protocol is not implemented for TCS400 yet.

exe’. 5 Click ‘Accept’. 6 Click ‘It is directly connected to your computer (Local Printer)’. 206 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 4 Click ‘Next’.3 Double-click ‘setup.

LPT1) and click ‘Next’.7 Click ‘NEXT’. 9 Select the TDS/TCS Postscript model corresponding to your printer. 10 Click ‘Next’. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 207 . 8 Select the chosen LPT port (for instance. 11 Choose if you want to use the TDS/TCS Postscript printer as default printer and if you want to print a test page.

the ‘Setup complete’ window is displayed: 208 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . the ‘Properties’ window is displayed and the printer setup can be done. Files are copied to the PC. 14 Select if you want to configure the printer now or later and click ‘Next’.12 Click ‘Next’. s s If you chose to perform the printer configuration now. 13 Click ‘Install’. If you choose to perform the printer configuration later.

16 Check in the ‘Printers’ window (Start\settings\printers) if the new TDS/TCS Postscript printer is added to the list of available printers: Chapter 4 SMB protocol 209 .15 Click ‘Finish’.

210 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 3 Click ‘Share as’. 5 Click ‘Apply’ and ‘Details’. 4 Enter the requested information. 2 Click ‘Sharing’.w Share the printer with the other users: 1 Right-click ‘OceTDSx00PS’.

7 Select the chosen LPT port (for instance. 11 Click ‘OK’.6 Click ‘Capture printer port’. The ‘OceTDSx00PS Properties’ window is displayed. The ‘Printers’ window is displayed with the shared ‘OceTDSx00PS’: Chapter 4 SMB protocol 211 . \\ OceTDSx00 \ OceTDSx00PS). 10 Click ‘OK’. LPT1) as ‘device’. 9 Enable the ‘Reconnect at logon’ check box. 8 Select the TDS/TCS Postscript printer's UNC as ‘path’ (typically.

exe’.w Install Postscript 3 Driver for a TDSx00 (Windows NT/2000/XP) 1 Open the Windows Explorer 2 Browse to locate the directory where the Océ Postscript 3 driver distribution is located: 3 Double-click ‘setup. 212 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

5 Click ‘Accept’. 6 Click ‘It is directly connected to your computer (Local Printer)’. 7 Click ‘NEXT’. LPT3) Chapter 4 SMB protocol 213 . 8 Select the chosen LPT port (for instance.4 Click ‘NEXT’.

9 Click ‘Next’. 214 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 12 Select the operating systems of all computers printing with that printer. 11 Click ‘Shared’ and enter a shared printer name. 14 Choose if you want to use the TDS/TCS Postscript as default printer and if you want to print a test page. 13 Click ‘NEXT’. 10 Select the TDS/TCS Postscript printer and click ‘Next’.

16 Click ‘Install’. 18 Select to configure the printer now or later.15 Click ‘Next’. 17 Click ‘Continue Anyway’. Files are copied to the PC. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 215 .

21 Check in the ‘Printers and faxes’ window if the new shared TDS/TCS Postscript printer is added to the list of available printers: 216 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . the ‘Properties’ window is displayed and the printer setup can be done.19 Click ‘Next’. If you choose to perform the printer configuration later. s s If you chose to perform the printer configuration now. the ‘Setup complete’ window is displayed: 20 Click ‘Finish’.

Chapter 4 SMB protocol 217 . Direct connection (Windows Raster Driver 2) Attention: The SMB protocol is not implemented for TCS400 yet. s s a direct connection to TDS/TCS controller. 2 Double-click ‘Add printer ’. Note: Under Windows NT. select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers’. make sure to map a local virtual port (see page 185). w Install Windows Raster Driver 2 for a TDSx00 (Windows 9x/Me) 1 From the Windows ‘START’ menu.Client Setup This chapter describes how to setup the client workstations to use the Océ TDSx00 printer resource on a LAN via the SMB protocol. 2000 and XP. a connection to a Print server based on a dedicated workstation.

8 Select ‘oemsetup. 218 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 5 Click ‘Have disk’.inf ’ and click ‘OK’. 4 Click ‘Local Printer ’ and ‘Next’. 7 Select the directory where the Océ WRD2 Windows 9x/Me distribution is located.3 Click ‘Next’. 6 Click ‘Browse’.

The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed.The ‘Install from disk’ window is displayed. prompting to keep or replace the driver. The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed. including a list of Océ printers: 10 Select ‘OceTDSx00’. with the selected path appearing on the ‘Copy manufacturer's file from’ line. 11 Click ‘Next’. including a list of available ports: 13 Select a physical LPT port (for instance. 12 Click ‘Replace existing driver ’ and ‘Next’. The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 219 . 9 Click ‘OK’. LPT1:).

Files are copied to the PC. 17 Click ‘Yes’. asking to restart the computer to complete the installation. The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed. 220 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 19 Press ‘Yes’.14 Click ‘Next’. 16 Click ‘Finish’. including the default printer name: 15 Change the printer name. The ‘Printers’ window is displayed with the OceTDSx00: 18 A window pops-up.

The ‘OceTDSx00 Properties’ window will be again displayed. \\ OceTDSx00 \ OceTDSx00) 25 Enable ‘Reconnect at logon’.20 Right-click ‘OceTDSx00’. 26 Click ‘OK’. 22 Click ‘Capture printer port’. LPT1) as ‘device’. 21 Click ‘Details’. 24 Select the TDSx00 printer's UNC as ‘path’ (typically. 23 Select the chosen LPT port (for instance. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 221 . 27 Click ‘OK’.

w Install Windows Raster Driver 2 for a TDSx00 (Windows NT/2000/XP) 1 Open the Windows Explorer.exe’. 2 Browse to locate the directory where the Océ WRD2 driver distribution is located: 3 Double-click ‘setup. 4 Click ‘Accept’. 222 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

10 After the workstation restarted. 8 Click ‘Finish’. LPT3). 7 Enter a new printer name and click ‘Next’. 6 Click ‘Next’. check in the ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’ window if the new printer is added to the available printers list: Chapter 4 SMB protocol 223 . Files are copied to the PC: 9 Click ‘Restart Windows now’ to reboot the workstation.5 Click in the Port window to select a local port (for instance.

w Install Windows Printer Driver for a TDS400 1 Open the Windows XP Explorer. Note: Under Windows NT.Direct connection (Windows Printer Driver) Attention: The SMB protocol is not implemented for TCS400 yet. 2000 and XP. 224 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 2 Browse to locate the directory where the Oce WPD driver distribution is located: 3 Double-click ‘setup. make sure to map a local virtual port (see page 185).exe’. Note: Windows Printer Driver is not yet implemented for Windows 9x/Me.

7 Choose your model and destination port (for instance.4 Click ‘Next’. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 225 . 5 Click ‘Yes’. 6 Choose your language and click ‘Next’. LPT3).

8 Click ‘Next’. Files are copied to the PC. 12 Check in the ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’ window (Start\settings\printers and faxes) if the new printer is added to the available printers list: 226 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 10 Click ‘Next’. 9 Enter the desired name for your printer. 11 Click ‘Finish’.

Direct connection (Postscript 3 Driver) Attention: The SMB protocol is not implemented for TCS400 yet.exe’. make sure to map a local virtual port (see page 185). Chapter 4 SMB protocol 227 . 3 Double-click ‘setup. Note: Under Windows NT. w Install PS3 for a TDSx00 1 Open the Windows Explorer. 2000 and XP. 2 Browse to locate the directory where the Océ Windows 9x/Me Postscript 3 driver distribution is located .

228 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 5 Click ‘Accept’.4 Click ‘NEXT’. 8 Select the chosen LPT port (for instance. 6 Click ‘It is directly connected to your computer (Local Printer)’. LPT1). 7 Click ‘Next’.

12 Choose if you want to use the TDS/TCS Postscript printer as default printer and if you want to print a test page. 13 Click ‘NEXT’. 11 Click ‘Next’. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 229 . 10 Select the TDS/TCS Postscript model corresponding to your printer.9 Click ‘NEXT’.

the ‘Setup complete’ window is displayed: 17 Click ‘Finish’. 16 Click ‘NEXT’. If you choose to perform the printer configuration later. the ‘Properties’ window is displayed and the printer setup can be done. 18 Check in the ‘Printers’ window (Start\settings\printers) if the new TDS/TCS Postscript printer is added to the list of available printers: 230 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .14 Click ‘Install’. Files are copied to the PC. 15 Select if you want to configure the printer now or later. s s If you choose to perform the printer configuration now.

19 Right-click on ‘OceTDSx00PS’. 20 Click ‘Details’ and ‘Capture printer port’. The ‘Printers’ window is displayed with the shared ‘OceTDSx00PS’: Chapter 4 SMB protocol 231 . 22 Select the TDS/TCS Postscript printer's UNC as ‘path’ 23 Enable ‘Reconnect at logon’. LPT1) as ‘device’. 21 Select the chosen LPT port (see step 8: for instance. \\ OceTDSx00 \ OceTDSx00PS). 24 Click ‘OK’ twice. (typically.

2000 and XP.Direct connection (Autocad ADI) Attention: The SMB protocol is not implemented for TCS400 yet. Autocad 14 does not support Windows XP.x driver_For Autodesk by Oce’ (where x. select ‘FILE / PRINTER SETUP’. with the ‘Printer ’ thumbnail opened: 2 Click ‘New’. 3 Double-click ‘Oce ADI x. 4. Note: Under Windows NT. w Install AutoCAD ADI Driver for a TDSx00/TCS400 1 In the Autocad menu. The ‘Preferences’ window is displayed. Note: Autocad 14 must be installed on the client station. for instance. make sure to map a local virtual port (see page 185). 232 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .x is the Autodesk driver release number.3).

find the number corresponding to the TDS/TCS printer. The last parameter is relative to the machine connection: s s Chapter 4 SMB protocol 233 .4 Press ‘Enter ’ to have the second page of the list displayed: 5 In the ‘supported models’ list. 6 Enter the number corresponding to the TDS/TCS printer and press ‘Enter ’. 7 Perform the requested parameters settings: type of plotter's unit number of rolls Note: Press ‘Enter ’ after each setting.

9 Browse the network to locate the TDS/TCS printer you want to print on. 11 Click ‘OK’.8 Type ‘N’ for ‘Network port’. in the ‘Printer ’ thumbnail of the ‘Preferences’ window: 13 Click ‘OK’ to finish the procedure. 10 Select the corresponding device and queue. 234 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 12 Press ‘Return’ to confirm the previously-made settings. The TDS/TCS printer is now added to the available printers list.

make sure to map a local virtual port (see page 185). select ‘FILE / PLOTTER MANAGER’. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 235 . Note: For Windows XP. 2000 and XP. Autocad 2002 must be installed on the client station.Direct connection (Autocad HDI) Attention: The SMB protocol is not implemented for TCS400 yet. 3 Click ‘Next’. w Install AutoCAD HDI for a TDSx00/TCS400 1 In the Autocad menu. Note: Under Windows NT. Autocad 2000. 4 Click ‘Network plotter server ’. 2000i or Autocad 2002 must be installed on the client station. 2 Double-click ‘Add-a-plotter wizard’. Note: For Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000.

7 Browse the network to locate the TDS/TCS printer you want to print on.5 Click ‘Next’. 9 Click ‘OK’. 6 Click ‘BROWSE’. The selected printer name is displayed in the ‘Add plotter- network plotter ’ window: 236 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 8 Select the corresponding device and queue.

Chapter 4 SMB protocol 237 . 13 Enter a new plotter name and click ‘Next’. 12 Click ‘Next’ twice.10 Click ‘Next’. 11 Select ‘Oce’ in the ‘Manufacturers’ list and ‘OceTDSx00 or TCS400’ in the ‘Models’ list.

238 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 17 Setup the printer parameters.14 Click ‘Edit plotter configuration’. 16 Click ‘Custom Properties’. 20 Click ‘Finish’. The ‘Plotter configuration Editor ’ window is displayed. 15 Click ‘Custom properties’. 19 Click ‘OK’. The ‘Add plotter-Finish’ window is displayed. 18 Click ‘OK’. The ‘Custom properties’ appears in the ‘Access custom dialogue’ part of the window.

3 Click ‘NEXT’.Print Server Configuration (Windows Raster Driver 2) w Connect to a TDSx00 with the Windows Raster Driver 2 (Windows 9x/Me) 1 From the Windows ‘Start’ menu. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 239 . 2 Double-click ‘Add printer ’. select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers’.

240 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . with the selected printer appearing in ‘Network or queue name’. The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed.4 Click ‘NETWORK PRINTER’ and ‘Next’. 5 Click ‘Browse’ to locate the station where the TDSx00 printer you want to print on is connected to: 6 Select the printer queue and click ‘OK’.

9 Select if you want to print a test page (recommended setup is ‘No’). 8 Change the default printer name and click ‘Next’.7 Click ‘Next’. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 241 .

242 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .10 Click ‘Finish’. 13 Press ‘YES’. asking to restart the computer to complete the installation. The ‘Printers’ window is displayed with the TDSx00 appearing in the list of available printers: 12 A window pops-up. Files are copied to the PC and the ‘Software Product license’ is displayed: 11 Click ‘Yes’.

4 Browse the network to locate the station where the TDSx00 printer you want to print on is connected to: Chapter 4 SMB protocol 243 . select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers’.w Connect to a TDSx00 with the Windows Raster Driver 2 (Windows NT4) 1 From the Windows ‘Start’ menu. 2 Double-click ‘Add printer ’. 3 Click ‘Network printer server ’ and click ‘NEXT’.

8 Click ‘FINISH’. 7 Choose if you want the TDSx00 to be used as the default printer.5 Select the printer queue. 244 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . click ‘Next’. 6 Click ‘OK’.

select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers and Faxes’.w 1 Connect to a TDSx00 with the Windows Raster Driver 2 (Windows XP) From the Windows ‘Start’ menu. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 245 . 4 Click ‘Network printer ’. 3 Click ‘Next’. 2 Double-click ‘Add printer ’.

5 Click ‘Next’. 246 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 6 Click ‘Connect to this printer (…)’ and click ‘Next’. 7 Browse the network to locate the station where the TDSx00 printer you want to print is connected to: 8 Select the printer queue.

9 Click ‘Next’. 10 Choose if you want the TDSx00 printer to be used as the default printer. 11 Click ‘Next’: 12 Click ‘Finish’: Chapter 4 SMB protocol 247 .

select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers’ or ‘Printers and Faxes’. 3 Click ‘Next’. w 1 Connect to a TDS400/TCS400 with the Windows Printer Driver From the Windows ‘Start’ menu. 248 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 2 Double-click ‘Add printer ’.Print Server Configuration (Windows Printer Driver) Note: Windows Printer Driver is not yet implemented for Windows 9x/Me.

The selected printer appears on the ‘Printer ’ line. 6 Click ‘Next’. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 249 . 7 Browse the network to locate the station where the TDS/TCS printer you want to print is connected to: 8 Select the printer queue. 5 Select ‘Connect to this printer (…)’.4 Click ‘Network printer ’ and ‘Next’.

9 Click ‘Next’. 12 Click ‘Finish’. 250 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 11 Click ‘Next’. 10 Choose if you want the TDS/TCS printer to be used as the default printer.

Print Server Configuration (PostScript 3) w Connect to a TDSx00/TCS400 with the Postscript 3 Driver (9x/Me/NT) 1 From the Windows ‘Start’ menu. select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers’.: 2 Double-click ‘Add printer ’. 3 Click ‘NEXT’. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 251 .

7 Click ‘OK’. with the selected printer appearing on the ‘Network or queue name’ line: 252 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . The ‘Add printer wizard’ window is displayed.4 Click ‘NETWORK PRINTER’ and ‘Next’. : 5 Click ‘Browse to locate the station where the TDS/TCS Postscript printer you want to print on is connected to: 6 Select the printer queue .

9 Change the default printer name if required. 12 Click ‘Finish’. Files are copied to the PC and the ‘Printers’ window is displayed. 11 Select if you want to print a test page (recommended setup is ‘No’). 10 Click ‘Next’.8 Click ‘NEXT’. with the newly-installed TDS/TCS Postscript printer appearing in the list of available printers: Chapter 4 SMB protocol 253 .

select ‘Settings’ and ‘Printers and Faxes’. 254 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .w 1 Connect to a TDSx00/TCS400 with the Postscript 3 Driver (Windows 2000/XP) From the Windows ‘Start’ menu. 2 Double-click ‘Add printer ’: 3 Click ‘Next’. 4 Click ‘Network printer ’.

5 Click ‘Next’: 6 Click ‘Connect to this printer (…)’. 8 Browse the network to locate the station where the TDS/TCS Postscript printer you want to print is connected to: 9 Select the printer queue. 7 Click ‘Next’. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 255 .

10 Click ‘Next’. 13 Click ‘Finish’. 256 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 12 Click ‘Next’. 11 Choose if you want TDS/TCS Postscript printer to be used as the default printer.

x driver_For Autodesk by Oce’ (where x. select ‘FILE / PRINTER SETUP’.x is the Autodesk driver release number. w Connect to a TDSx00/TCS400 with the AutoCAD ADI Driver 1 In the Autocad menu. for instance.Print Server Configuration (Autocad ADI) Note: AutoCAD14 does not support Windows XP. The ‘Add a printer ’ window is displayed: 3 Double-click ‘Oce ADI x. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 257 . The ‘Preferences’ window is displayed. 4.3). with the ‘Printer ’ thumbnail opened: 2 Click ‘New’. Note: Autocad 14 must be installed on the client station.

4 Press ‘Enter ’ to display the second page of the list: 5 In the ‘supported models’ list. find the number corresponding to the TDS/TCS printer. 7 Perform the requested parameters settings: type of plotter's unit number of rolls. The last parameter is relative to the machine connection: s s 258 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . Note: Press ‘Enter ’ after each setting. etc. 6 Enter the number corresponding to the TDS/TCS printer and press ‘Enter ’.

Chapter 4 SMB protocol 259 . 11 Click ‘OK’.8 Type ‘N ’ for ‘Network port’. 9 Browse the network to locate the TDS/TCS printer you want to print on. 10 Select the corresponding device and queue. 12 Press ‘Return’ to confirm the previously-made settings.

13 Click ‘OK’ to finish the procedure.The TDS/TCS printer is added to the available printers list. in the ‘Printer ’ thumbnail of the ‘Preferences’ window. 260 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual .

2 Double-click ‘Add-a-plotter wizard’. w Connect to a TDSx00/TCS400 with the AutoCAD HDI Driver 1 In the Autocad menu. Chapter 4 SMB protocol 261 . 3 Click ‘Next’. Autocad 2002 must be installed on the client station. select ‘FILE / PLOTTER MANAGER’. 4 Click ‘Network plotter server ’. Note: For Windows XP. Autocad 2000.Print Server Configuration (Autocad HDI) Note: For Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000. 2000i or Autocad 2002 must be installed on the client station.

The selected printer name is displayed in ‘Add plotter.5 Click ‘Next’. 6 Click ‘Browse’. 262 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 7 Browse the network to locate the TDS/TCS printer you want to print on.network plotter ’. 8 Select the corresponding device and queue. 9 Click ‘OK’.

Chapter 4 SMB protocol 263 .10 Click ‘NEXT’. 13 Enter a new plotter name and click ‘Next’. 11 Select ‘Oce’ in ‘Manufacturers’ and ‘OceTDSx00 or TCS400’ in ‘Models’. 12 Click ‘Next’ twice.

14 Click ‘Edit plotter configuration’.

15 Click ‘Custom properties’.The ‘Custom properties’ button appears. 16 Click ‘Custom properties’. 17 Setup the printer parameters. 18 Click ‘OK’. The ‘Plotter configuration Editor ’ window is displayed. 19 Click ‘OK’. The ‘Add plotter-Finish’ window is displayed. 20 Click ‘Finish’.

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Appendix A

This appendix describes how to configure the Océ TDSx00/TCS400.

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General
This Appendix is aimed at system administrators and describes how to configure your Océ TDSx00/TCS400 system in order to easily integrate it in the Customer ’s network environment. The Océ TDSx00/TCS400 system can be configured locally or remotely:
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If you configure it locally, nothing needs to be installed since the controller applications (Setting Editor, System Control Panel, …) are directly accessible on the controller monitor. If you configure your Océ TDSx00/TCS400 system remotely, you need to install the remote applications called ‘Remote Logic’ on a client workstation.

Attention: For the Oc é TDS400 system without the ‘Scan to File’ option or

the TCS400 standard configuration, you cannot configure your Oc é system locally. You need to use the ‘ remote logic ’ applications. To install ‘Remote Logic’ on your client workstation and to connect it to the Océ TDS400/TCS400 system, please refer to the corresponding chapter in the Océ TDS400/TCS400 User Manual. Once ‘Remote Logic’ is installed on your workstation and connected to your Océ TDS400/TCS400 system, you are ready to configure your system. Configuration of your system depends on the network environment. Please refer to the corresponding chapters in this connectivity manual.

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Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode
This section describes how to switch the ‘Setting Editor ’ application in System Administrator mode.
1 Once the controller is started, select the Océ ‘Setting Editor ’ window. 2 From the ‘File’ menu, select ‘Log on’:

3 Select ‘System Administrator ’:

4 Enter the System Administrator Password and click ‘OK’.

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5 Back to the ‘Océ Settings Editor ’ window, you must work in ‘SA’ mode to

modify the Connectivity parameters. To perform this operation, select ‘View’ on the Menu bar and click ‘SA settings’.

6 Click ‘System’ (left hand side of the window). You are now able to modify the

’Connectivity ’ parameters by selecting the ’Connectivity’ folder in the tree.

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5 Reboot the controller (see ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272). This section is aimed at the system administrators to help setting up the SMB parameters on the Océ TDSx00 controllers. Note: You MUST be logged as system administrator. 3 Setup the Machine Name (see ‘Set up the machine name’ on page 187). 4 Setup the Workgroup Name (see ‘Set up the workgroup name’ on page 188). General guideline is the following : s s s Enable the SMB protocol on the Océ TDSx00 controller Setup the Machine Name Setup the Workgroup Name w 1 Open the Setting Editor in System Administrator Mode (see ‘Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode’ on page 267). 2 Enable the SMB protocol (see ‘Enable SMB protocol’ on page 186).Set up the SMB parameters on the Océ TDS controller Note: The SMB protocol is not implemented for TCS400 yet. 269 .

is the following: 1 Open the Setting Editor in System Administrator Mode (see ‘Switch the Océ Setting Editor in SA Mode’ on page 267). 4 Enable the LPR protocol (see ‘Enable the LPR Protocol’ on page 124). 2 Enable the TCP/IP protocol (see ‘Enable TCP/IP Protocol’ on page 122). 5 Enable the FTP protocol (see ‘Enable the FTP Protocol’ on page 124). Note: you MUST be logged as System Administrator. depending on customer configuration. 3 Setup the general TCP/IP parameters : IP address. 6 Enable the DHCP Server (see ‘Enable the DHCP Server ’ on page 125). 8 Reboot the controller (see ‘Reboot the controller ’ on page 272). The general guideline.Set up the TCP/IP parameters on the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controllers This section describes how to set up the TCP/IP parameters on the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controllers. 7 Setup the DNS for using a DNS Server (see ‘Set up the DNS Server ’ on page 126). 270 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . mask. (see ‘Set up the TCP/IP parameters’ on page 123). etc.

2 Setup the end user environment: Novell Server (see ‘Novell Server Setup’ on page 22). 6 Print a test page to check the setup (see‘Client WorkStation Setup’ on page 109). and DO NOT reboot it (see ‘Controller Setup’ on page 90). Note: you MUST be logged in as a System Administrator. For Novell 4.x File Server Setup’ on page 32. we highly recommend to apply the steps in the following order: 1 Setup the Océ TDSxxx/TCSxxx Controller. In order to properly set-up the complete environment.Set up the parameters on the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controllers/Novell Servers for Novell Queue Based printing services This section is aimed at system administrators and describes how to set up the parameters on the Océ TDSx00/TCS400 Controllers/Novell Servers for Novell Queue Based printing services. see ‘Novell 5. see ‘Setup on Novell 3. 3 Reboot the Océ TDSxxx/TCSxxx Controller. please refer to ‘Queue Based Printing Troubleshooting ’ on page 86. Note: For any troubleshooting. 5 Setup the client workstation: driver installation (see ‘Client WorkStation s s Setup’ on page 109). see ‘Novell 4. s For Novell 5.x File Server Setup’ on page 37. 271 .x File Server ’ on page 23. 4 Check Océ TDSxxx/TCSxxx Print Server status on Novell Server: For Novell 3.

3 Click ‘Shutdown’: 4 A confirmation window is displayed. a message is displayed which tells you that you must reboot the controller for making the changes active. 272 Océ TDS/TCS Connectivity Manual . 2 Select ‘System’ within the ‘Menu’ bar.Reboot the controller Each time you click ‘Apply’ in the ‘Océ setting Editor ’ after having modified a ‘Connectivity’ parameter. Click ‘OK’ and continue to modify the settings or reboot the controller once all setup is done: w Reboot the Controller: 1 Switch to the ‘Océ System Control Panel’. Click ‘Yes’ to reboot the Controller.

Go to : s ‘scan ’ directory: to retrieve a file from a destination on the local host s ‘unsent’ directory: to retrieve a file from ‘unsent’ folder on the local host. Enter the user name ‘anonymous’. Note: Instead of performing steps 2 and 3 you could also enter ‘ ftp host_name’ in the FTP client.2. you can simply press Enter to initiate the connection.146) to connect to the NGC controller. then the password ‘anonymous’. You can use ftp client either from Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP platform It is also applicable in case of connection trouble while scanning to file to a remote destination. 273 .Scan To File: How to retrieve scanned files? You can retrieve your scanned files from the local host via FTP (File Transfer Protocol).146’. Note: As there is no registered user.tif). A connection is now set up for the default user ‘anonymous’.2.66. w Get files via FTP 1 Launch an FTP client. You are able to retrieve them via FTP as well. Press Enter: ‘open 194. 2 Enter the ‘ftp’ command. Type in the ‘get’ command: ‘get bugatti.tif ’ to get the data file (for example: bugatti. The connection with the NGC controller is now established and a window prompts you for a user name. Enter ‘binary’ to set the transmission mode to binary. Enter the ‘bye’ command to quit FTP. 3 Enter the ‘Open’ command followed by either the registered name of your 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 TDSx00/TCS400 system or the IP address (for example: 194. since the scanned files are sent to the ‘unsent’ folder on the local host.66. Type in the following command: ‘cd tempstore’. A DOS window appears with the FTP prompt.

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