HP 5200 manual

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    HP L as erJet 5 200 Se r i es pr in ter s HP Embedded W eb Se r v er U ser Gui de[...]

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    HP Embedded Web Server User Guide[...]

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    ii ENWW Copyright © 2005 Copyrigh t Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Reproduction, adapt[...]

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    ENWW iii 1 Overview What is an embedded Web server? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    iv ENWW[...]

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    ENWW What is an embedded Web server? 1 1 Overview What is an embedded Web server? A Web server [...]

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    2 Overview ENWW Features You can use the HP Embedded Web Server to view product and network statu[...]

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    ENWW System requirements 3 System requirements In order to use the HP Embedded Web Serv er, you mu[...]

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    4 Overview ENWW To log in as an administrator Use the followin g proced ure to log in to the HP E[...]

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    ENWW Navigating through th e HP Embedded Web Server 5 Navigating through the HP Embedded Web Serv[...]

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    6 Overview ENWW Other Links hp instant support Connect to a set of Web resources that help solve[...]

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    ENWW 7 2 Viewing product status from the Information screens The Informat i on scre en s ar e fo r[...]

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    8 Viewing prod uct status from the I nformation screens ENWW Device Status Use the Device Statu[...]

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    ENWW Device Status 9 Media Shows the status and configuration informatio n for the input trays [...]

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    10 Viewing product status from the Information screens ENWW Configuration Page Use the Configura[...]

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    ENWW Configuration Page 11 Callout Area on the screen Information or capability that the area p[...]

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    12 Viewing product status from the Information screens ENWW Supplies Status The Supplies Status [...]

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    ENWW Event Log 13 Event Log The Event Log shows the most recent product ev e nts, including jams, [...]

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    14 Viewing product status from the Information screens ENWW Usage Page The Usage Page screen g i[...]

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    ENWW Device Information 15 Device Information The Device Information scr een shows the product nam[...]

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    16 Viewing product status from the Information screens ENWW Control Panel For products that have[...]

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    ENWW Print 17 Print You can use this screen to print on e file at a ti me from a produ ct that sup[...]

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    18 Viewing product status from th e Information screens ENWW Printing a file from the Print screen[...]

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    ENWW 19 3 Configuring the product from the Settings screens Use the scre ens on the Settings tab t[...]

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    20 Configuring the pr od uc t fro m the Set tin gs scre en s ENWW Configure Device You can use the[...]

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    ENWW E-mail Server 21 Using the menus on the Configure Device screen The following procedure is pr[...]

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    22 Configuring the pr od uc t fro m the Set tin gs scre en s ENWW Configuring outgoing e-mail You [...]

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    ENWW Alerts 23 Alerts From the Alerts screen, IT administrators ca n set up the product to send [...]

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    24 Configuring the pr od uc t fro m the Set tin gs scre en s ENWW Using the Alerts screen with a p[...]

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    ENWW Alerts 25 If a permanent storage device is installed, th e scr een that appears looks similar [...]

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    26 Configuring the pr od uc t fro m the Settin gs screens ENWW[...]

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    ENWW Alerts 27 2 For products that have permanent storage devices installed, type a name in the L[...]

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    28 Configuring the pr od uc t fro m the Settin gs screens ENWW To test the configurati on of a de[...]

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    ENWW Alerts 29 3 The return address is the pr oduct’s e-mail address. Type your e-mail address in[...]

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    30 Configuring the pr od uc t fro m the Set tin gs scre en s ENWW Note Depending on delays in the [...]

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    ENWW AutoSend 31 AutoSend Use the AutoSen d scr ee n to sen d prod uc t-c o nfiguration and supplie[...]

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    32 Configuring the pr od uc t fro m the Set tin gs scre en s ENWW To turn on the AutoSend feature [...]

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    ENWW Security 33 Security The following illustration and table describe how to use this screen. 1 [...]

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    34 Configuring the pr od uc t fro m the Set tin gs scre en s ENWW Edit Other Links Use the Edit Ot[...]

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    ENWW Edit Other Lin ks 35 Adding a link Use this procedure to add a link. 1 Under Add Link , typ[...]

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    36 Configuring the pr od uc t fro m the Set tin gs scre en s ENWW Device Information Use the Devic[...]

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    ENWW Language 37 Language Use the Language screen to select the languag e in which the HP Embedded [...]

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    38 Configuring the pr od uc t fro m the Set tin gs scre en s ENWW Date & Time Use the Date &am[...]

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    ENWW Wake Ti me 39 Wake Time An IT administrator can use the Wake Time screen to schedule product[...]

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    40 Configuring the pr od uc t fro m the Settin gs screens ENWW[...]

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    ENWW Overview 41 4 Managing network operation from the Networking screens Overview Use the Network[...]

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    42 Managing network oper ation from the Networking screens ENWW Depending on your HP Jetd irect pr[...]

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    ENWW 43 5 Using the Other Links as a resource The Other Links box contains four permanent links t[...]

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    44 Using the Other Lin ks as a reso ur ce ENWW hp instant support Hewlett-Packard Company offers [...]

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    ENWW Product Support 45 Product Support The Product Support link co nnects you to a Web page tha[...]

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    46 Using the Other Lin ks as a resour ce ENWW[...]

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    ENWW Index 47 Index A accessing the HP Embedded Web Server 3 accessories, verifying installed 10 [...]

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    48 Index ENWW K keys, control panel 8 Konqueror, versions supported 3 L Language screen 37 links[...]

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    ENWW Index 49 Web server, embedded defined 1 features 2 Web sites, support instant 44 product 45[...]

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    50 Index ENWW[...]

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