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Xerox CXP6000 Ver.3.0 Server Installation Guide PDF

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CXP6000 Color Server for DocuColor 2060/2045/6060

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The text and drawings herein are for illustration and reference only... The specifications on which they are based are subject to change... Creo Inc... may, at any time and without notice, make changes to this document... Creo Inc... , for itself and on behalf of its subsidiaries, assumes no liability for technical or editorial errors or omissions made herein, and shall not be liable for incidental, consequential, indirect, or special damages, including, without limitation, loss of use, loss or alteration of data, delays, or lost profits or savings arising from the use of this document... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

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Creo is committed to the Environment Management System (EMS)... According to this policy, we are committed to keeping customers and service engineers informed about the principles of handling company products with an emphasis on environmental conservation...

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LPR Printing with the CXP6000 Color Server ... 54 Setting up an LPR Printer in Windows NT 4... 0 ... 54 Setting up an LPR printer in Windows 2000/XP ... 61 Windows NT/2000/XP Command Line ... 69 Setting up an LPR printer in Mac OS X (10... 2) ... 70 Setting up an LPR printer in Mac OS 9 (using the Choose Spire Over IP utility) ... 75 Printing to the Linux ... 84 Defining a Printer on Unix Client Workstations... 89

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Configuring the Host Name... 121 Setting the Date and Time ... 124 Setting the Default Measurement Units ... 126 Configuring the IP Address ... 127 Configuring the Apple Talk Zone ... 129 Completing the Configuration... 131 Installing and Configuring Novell Client for Spire ... 133 Uninstalling Novell Client for Spire... 138

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Installation Guide Purpose This Installation Guide has been designed to guide you through setting up your CXP6000 Color Server... It will also direct you in setting up client workstations to print with the CXP6000 Color Server, printing test files, and administrating your CXP6000 Color Server system...

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Fonts Frutiger bold is used to refer to buttons and other items in a dialog box, file names, folders, menu names, and menu commands...

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Right-click Place the mouse pointer over an area of the application window, and then press and release the right mouse button to display the shortcut menu... For more information about using shortcut menus, see your Windows documentation...

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The reference symbol tells you that related information on the topic is available in another CreoScitex document, or in another place in this guide...

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Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations... 3

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FontDownLoader This is a special network printer used with Macintosh clients to download fonts... The FontDownLoader functions as a communications port, sending messages between the FontDownLoader program and the CXP6000 Color Server... It is not possible to send files via the FontDownLoader, only fonts...

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Defining a Printer on PC Client Workstations PC client workstations with the following operating systems installed, can print to the CXP6000 Color Server: Windows 98/ME and Windows NT 4... 0/2000 and XP... The CXP6000 Color Server network printers are defined using the Windows Add Printer Wizard - Network Printers...

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4... Browse through the network for the CXP6000 Color Server and double-click the server name... A list of the network printers is displayed...

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6... If you want to set this printer as the default printer on your computer, select Yes... Otherwise, select No...

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8... Click Finish to complete the setup... The CXP6000 Color Server network printer is now successfully installed...

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Note: When adding a new CXP6000 Color Server network printer to a client workstation, there is no need to install the CXP6000 Color Server PPD and Adobe PS printer driver separately... They are installed automatically through the Windows>Add Printer Wizard...

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5... Type the network path or the queue name of your printer... If you dont know the exact name, click Browse to view the available network printers...

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9... If you want to set this printer as the default printer on your computer, select Yes... Otherwise, select No...

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2... Double-click the network printer icon... The Add Printer Wizard appears and the network printer is defined on your PC client workstation...

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Note: When adding a new CXP6000 Color Server network printer to a client workstation, there is no need to install the CXP6000 Color Server PPD and Adobe PS printer driver separately... They are installed automatically through the Windows Add Printer Wizard...

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7... Type the exact name of the printer in the Name box... Or: Click Next to browse for a printer...

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8... Select one of the network printers (for example, ProcessPrint)...

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10... If you want to set this printer as the default printer on your computer, select Yes... Otherwise, select No...

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12... Click Finish to complete the setup... The CXP6000 Color Server network printer is now successfully installed...

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Note: When adding a new CXP6000 Color Server network printer to a client workstation, there is no need to install the CXP6000 Color Server PPD and Adobe PS printer driver separately... They are installed automatically through the Windows Add Printer Wizard...

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2... From the Printer Tasks, select Add a printer...

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4... Select A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer and click Next...

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6... Browse to the CXP6000 Color Server and double-click it to display the list of network printers...

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8... If you want to set this printer as the default printer on your computer, select Yes... Otherwise, select No...

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10... Click Finish to close the wizard... The CXP6000 Color Server network printer is added to your printer list...

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Creating PostScript Files on the PC The following procedures describe how to create PostScript files using the CXP6000 Color Server from the client workstation... This is useful when you are not connected to the CXP6000 Color Server and you need to distribute jobs for printing on the CXP6000 Color Server remotely or on external media... These files can then be imported to the CXP6000 Color Server for printing...

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1... Start the Adobe PostScript Driver application (the application is available on CD#3 in the Utilities folder, or at Adobe's Web site at www... adobe... com)...

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4... Select It is directly connected to your computer (Local Printer), and click Next...

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Note: The next step is to configure the printer with the CXP6000 Color Server PPD... The CXP6000 Color Server PPD (CXP6K3_6 for Xerox DocuColor 6060 and CXP6K3_2 for DocuColor 2060/2045) is located in a shared folder on the CXP6000 Color Server...

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7... Click the Network button and browse to your CXP6000 Color Server...

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8... Locate the CXP6000 Color Server and double click on the server icon... Then, double-click the Utilities folder...

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Note: This Spire PPD name is for Xerox DocuColor 6060... For DocuColor 2060/2045 the PPD name is CXP6K3_2...

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12... From the Printers list, select the CXP6000 Color Server printer, and click Next...

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14... Type a name for the printer which you will be able to identify on the client workstation, for example CXP6000_ProcessStore...

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16... Click Install to install the Print to file printer with the CXP6000 Color Server PPD... When prompted to configure the printer, click Yes and then click Next...

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19... Configure the printer according to your specifications and then click OK...

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You are now ready to print *... ps and *... prn files... Once printed, these files can be imported and printed on the CXP6000 Color Server...

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Copying PPD from PC It is necessary to use the CXP6000 Color Server PPD to create PS files to send to the CXP6000 Color Server... The CXP6000 Color Server PPD should therefore be copied and distributed to the customer...

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You can also submit jobs using the CXP6000 Color Server virtual printers over a TCP/IP protocol... This connection enables a significantly higher spooling speed...

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4... The system should automatically locate the CXP6000 Color Server PPD and configure the printer... If it does not, click Select PPD...

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If you have the Desktop Printer Spooler extension enabled, a printer icon appears on the desktop...

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3... Double-click the Print Center icon... The Printer List window appears...

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Note: If you would like to use the LPR protocol instead, see the procedure To Configure an LPR Printer on page 73...

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7... Open the Printer Model pop-up menu and select Other...

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9... Click the Choose button to assign the CXP6K3_6... ppd to the selected CXP6000 Color Server network printer...

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10... Click the Add button to add the new printer to the printer list... The new printer is displayed in the Printer List window...

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Setting up an LPR Printer in Windows NT 4... 0 The following procedure describes how to configure an LPR printer in Windows NT 4... 0 for printing to the CXP6000 Color Server...

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3... Latest Adobe PS Printer Driver (you can install this from the d:\utilties\Utilities\PC utilities on the CXP6000 Color Server, or you can download the latest version free from www... adobe... com)...

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5... Type the exact name of the CXP6000 Color Server (this box is case- sensitive), for example, OPAL5 in the Name or address of server providing lpd: box...

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6... Type the exact name of the network printer you want to print to (you can view the exact name of the printer on the CXP6000 Color Server, under: Admin>Resource Manager>Virtual Printers)... In this example the Printer name is OPAL5_ProcessPrint...

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7... The next step is to configure the printer with the CXP6000 Color Server PPD (make sure that you have copied this to your computer, or that you have access to the CXP6000 Color Server on your network)...

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13... Type a name for the printer that you will be able to identify on your computer, for example OPAL5_ProcessPrint LPR... You can also keep the original name of the printer...

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23... In the Setup Complete window click Finish to complete the setup... The new LPR printer is now listed with your other printers on the Windows NT computer, and you are now ready to print to the CXP6000 Color Server using the LPR...

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2... Latest Adobe PS Printer Driver (you can install this from the d:\utilties\Utilities\PC utilities on the CXP6000 Color Server or you can download the latest version free from www... adobe... com)...

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4... From the list of Available Printer Ports, select Standard TCP/IP Port, and then click the New Port button...

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6... Type the exact name of the CXP6000 Color Server (this box is case- sensitive), for example, OPAL5 in the Printer Name or IP Address: box...

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Queue Name: Type the exact name of the network printer you want to print to (you can view the exact name of the printer on the CXP6000 Color Server, under: Admin>Resource Manager>Virtual Printers)... In this example the Printer name is OPAL5_ProcessPrint

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13... Click Close in the Printer Ports widow... The new Standard TCP/IP Printer Port is now defined on your computer...

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1... Start the Adobe PostScript Driver Application (you can install this from the d:\utilties\Utilities\PC utilities on the CXP6000 Color Server, or you can download the latest version free from www... adobe... com)...

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13... Type a name for the printer that you will be able to identify on your computer, for example, OPAL5_ProcessPrint LPR... You can also keep the original name of the printer...

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23... In the Setup Complete window, click Finish to complete the setup... The new LPR printer is now listed with your other printers on the Windows NT computer, and you are now ready to print to the CXP6000 Color Server using the LPR...

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4... Type the following at the command line (all commands, server name, and printer name are case-sensitive): lpr S <server name> -P <virtual printer name> -ol <file name> and then press ENTER... For example: lpr S OPAL3 P OPAL3_ProcessPrint ol brochure... ps

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Setting up an LPR printer in Mac OS X (10... 2) Before you define a network printer you need to install the CXP6000 Color Server PPD to your Macintosh...

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5... Select the CXP6000_Utilities folder, and click OK... The CXP6000_Utilities folder is mounted on your desktop...

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Tip: It is recommended that you copy the PPD by dragging and dropping from the CXP6000 Color Server to the Library>Printers>PPDs folder on your Macintosh...

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3... In the LPR Printer's Address box, type the TCP/IP address or hostname of the CXP6000 Color Server... See the following example...

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5... In the Queue Name box, type the full name of the CXP6000 Color Server network printer, for example CXP7_ProcessPrint (case- sensitive)...

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Setting up an LPR printer in Mac OS 9 (using the Choose Spire Over IP utility) Before setting up a CXP6000 Color Server network printer, you need to install the CXP6000 Color Server PPD on the Macintosh workstation...

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4... Log in as Guest, and click the Connect button... The corresponding CXP6000 Color Server window appears...

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8... Copy the CXP6K3_6... ppd file to the System Folder>Extensions>Printer Descriptions folder... The CXP6000 Color Server PPD is now installed in the Printer Descriptions folder... It is ready to be configured with one of the CXP6000 Color Server's network printers...

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To install this application, you will require a Macintosh O/S version 8... 6 or higher, with an installed LaserWriter application version 8... 6 or higher, or AdobePS 8... 8 or higher (available at http://www... adobe... com)... If you do not have a compatible LaserWriter application installed, you may download this application from the CXP6000 Color Server, under D:\Utilities\Mac utilities folder...

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3... Select Guest and click the Connect button... The corresponding CXP6000 Color Server window appears...

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4... Select the Utilities folder and click OK... The Utilities folder icon appears on your desktop; double-click it to open the folder...

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9... To view the print queues of the CXP6000 Color Server, double-click the Local Services and then double-click the CXP6000 Color Server icon (in this example FALCON_COLOR)...

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12... Browse to the CXP6000 Color Server PPD file, that you have copied to your computer in step 1, select it and click Open...

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13... If you would like to change the printer name you may... Otherwise, click OK... The desktop printer is created and configured and the following progress indicator appears...

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Printing to the Linux The following procedure describes how to print from Linux to the CXP6000 Color Server using the command line or by defining a printer using the Linux user interface (in this case Red Hat Linux)...

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Browse to the directory that contains your file(s), and then type the following command (all commands and printer name are case-sensi- tive)... The server name is the name defined in the /etc/hosts file or as the registered name in the DNS server on your network (DHCP use): # lpr P <virtual printer name>@<server name> <file- name> For example:

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4... In the Set the Print Queue Name and Type window, type a name for the printer that you will be able to identify on your computer, for example, OPAL3_LPR...

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6... In the Configure a Unix Print Queue window, type the CXP6000 Color Server server name in the Server: box, for example, OPAL3... In the Queue box, type the exact name of the network printer you wish to print to (you can view the exact name of the printer on the CXP6000 Color Server, under Admin>Resource Manager>Virtual Printers)... In this example the Printer name is OPAL3_ProcessPrint...

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11... When prompted, click OK... The new LPR/LPD printer is now listed with your other printers on the Linux computer and you are now ready to print to the CXP6000 Color Server using the LPR/LPD...

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1... Type the following: <lpr><space><-P><space><local UNIX printer name><space><PS file name> For example, to print frog... ps on a printer named ProcessPrint, type: lpr -P ProcessPrint frog... ps...

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The reinstallation is mostly unattended... User interaction is needed only for entering the OS license number and the computer hostname, for rebooting the computer when requested, for inserting the final application CD-ROM and for the Configuration Wizard... The reinstallation of the system requires two CD-ROMs: CD-ROM #1 (Windows 2000 Professional Fast Install) and CD-ROM #2A (CXP6000 Color Server version 3... 0 for the DocuColor 6060 Application Software) or CD-ROM #2B (CXP6000 Color Server version 3... 0 for the DocuColor 2060/2045 Application Software)...

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Creo Software Complete Overwrite Installation: This procedure replaces the entire system disk, operating system partition, Creo application, and user partition (partitions C: and D:)... A complete overwrite should be performed only when you are upgrading the operating system...

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Note: If you are already logged on your system and the CXP6000 Color Server workspace is open, exit the workspace and proceed to step 2...

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Important: In the administrator name and password area, use the default settings... If required, you can change the administrator name and password, but only at the end of the installation process (see If you want to change the administrator name and password: on page 133, or If you want to change the user password: on page 133)...

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5... When the License Agreement window opens, click Yes to continue the CXP6000 Color Server installation...

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1... Once the CXP6000 Color Server reboots the Wrong Disk Configuration message appears... This message indicates that the disks need to be striped... Click OK...

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3... In the Disk Management window, check whether Disk 1 and Disk 2 are Dynamic or Unknown...

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1... Position the cursor in the area where the disk is designated Dynamic... Right-click and select Import Foreign Disk...

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3... Click OK... The Dynamic disks are striped as shown in the following window...

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4... Position the cursor in the white area to the right of the first disk and right-click... Select Change Drive Letter and Path...

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7... Confirm that the Disk Management window appears as illustrated in the following window, which shows that the drive letters have been removed...

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If there is no backup and the system configuration must be done manually, proceed to The Configuration Wizard If Recovery Fails or is Unavailable on page 119...

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3... In the Computer Management screen, Disk 1 and Disk 2 are now both designated Basic... Position the cursor in the area where the first disk is designated Basic... Right-click and select Upgrade to Dynamic Disk...

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4... Select the Disk 1 and Disk 2 check boxes and click OK... Disks 1 and 2 are image disks and Disk 0 remains a system disk...

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5... In the Computer Management window, Disk 1 and Disk 2 are now both designated Dynamic... Position the cursor in the cross-hatched area to the right of the first disk... Right-click and select Create Volume...

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9... Disk 1 and 2 are listed under Selected dynamic disks... The Total volume size has increased from 35001 MB to 70002 MB... Click Next...

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10... Select Do not assign a drive letter or drive path... Click Next...

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11... Select Do not format this volume and click Next...

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The following window appears listing a summary of disk and striping information...

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13... Confirm that the Disk Management window appears as illustrated in the previous window: one of the volumes is cross-hatched, and the drive letters have been removed...

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The Configuration Wizard (If Backup Available) The CXP6000 Color Server Configuration Wizard automatically appears after the installation is complete... Follow the steps of the wizard to complete the CXP6000 Color Server configuration recovery...

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2... If you received the message "Error in default configuration", or if you want to use a different configuration file than the default, choose Select Configuration and click Browse...

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7... Click Yes if you would like the restored files to replace the current ones... Click No if you do not want the restored files to replace the existing files... After the recovery is complete, a confirmation message is displayed...

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9... Click Next in Step 2 Recovery window... The View Configuration window appears...

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13... If you want to change the administrator name and password, or only the user password, proceed to If you want to change the administrator name and password: on page 133, or If you want to change the user password: on page 133...

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The Configuration Wizard If Recovery Fails or is Unavailable If there is no backup configuration in your system, you need to perform the following steps to configure your system...

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Configuring the Host Name The CXP6000 Color Server contains a default Computer Name (Hostname) set from the factory... Check with your System Administrator if the computers name needs to be changed...

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3... In the Computer name field, type the new name for the computer... If you would like to change the Workgroup or the Domain in which your computer appears, type the new name in the corresponding field and click OK...

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Note: When prompted to restart your computer, click No, (since you will be prompted at the end of the Configuration Wizard to restart your system)...

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Select the default measurement unit you want to use, and click Next...

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1... The CXP6000 Color Server is set to DHCP server configuration... Click Next to continue...

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For more details on how to get the IP or DHCP (also subnet mask and default gateway) information, refer to the Xerox Installation and Planning Guide...

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Configuring the Apple Talk Zone This option enables you to change the AppleTalk network zone that your CXP6000 Color Server will appear in...

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The Local Area Connection Properties dialog box appears, followed by the AppleTalk Protocol Properties dialog box...

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1... After the configuration is complete, the View Configuration window is displayed...

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3... Click Finish to complete the First-time setup... When the backup is complete, the following message appears...

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Note: Further information about configuring the connection between the CXP6000 Color Server and a Novell NDS server, in a Novell working environment, is provided in Appendix A, Novell NDS - Setup and Configuration...

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3... On the Windows Start, click Start and follow the path, CXP6000>CXP6000 Tools>Novell Client Installation...

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6... You have completed Installing Novell Client for Spire... Proceed to Configuring Novell Client for Spire on page 136...

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2... Type the Tree Name... If you do not know the name, click Browse...

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3... Double-click the appropriate Tree Name... The Tree Name appears in the Novell Setup window...

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Uninstalling Novell Client for Spire Uninstall Novell Client for Spire if you no longer operate a Novell network running IPX protocol...

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7... Click Yes twice... The CXP6000 Color Server reboots... You have completed Uninstalling Novell Client for Spire...

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Software Upgrade... 142

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3... Before updating the system to a new version, removal of the current version is required... From the Start menu, select Settings > Control Panel and then double-click on the Add/Remove Programs icon...

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10... From the Start menu, select Shutdown > Restart... Then, click OK to confirm your choice...

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12... Locate the Setup... exe file and double-click this file to run Setup... If a Services or driver fail message appears, click OK...

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General Information... 146

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Access this view-only window by clicking on the DFE Animation on the CXP6000 Color Server workspace Status panel...

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Network The Network tab enables to view the network details...

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Virtual Printers The Virtual Printers tab enables to view the defined virtual printers and also indicates if these are published on the network...

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Connecting the External Device to the CXP6000 Color Server This section describes how to connect the cables from the external device to the CXP6000 Color Server...

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2... On your Windows desktop, right-click My Computer, and from the menu select Manage... The Computer Management window appears...

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Note: If there is a blue background, similar to the disk space area opposite Disk 0 in the previous illustration, the device is located and formatted... Proceed to step 8 in Formatting the External device on page 152...

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Note: Verify that the drive letter of the added Disk is other than C, D or E (these letters should be used for the System)... If the drive letter is C, D or E, change the assigned drive letter... See Changing the External Device Drive Letter on page 154...

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Changing the External Device Drive Letter This section describes how to change the external device drive letter if the drive letter is incorrect...

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4... Select Change Drive Letter and Path... The following window appears...

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7... Click Yes to confirm the changed drive letter... The following window appears showing the changed drive letter...

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Changing the CD/DVD-ROM Drive Letter This section describes how to initialize the external device as the CD/DVD- ROM drive letter is incorrect...

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You have completed all the procedures and are ready to use your external device...

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Installing the Printer Drivers on a Novell Client Using the Adobe PS Application ... 181

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Note: Both <hostname_ProcessPrint> and <hostname_ProcessStore> queues should be defined even if you plan to use only one Printer queue... These print queues are the only supported Novell print queues...

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The full Context (location in the NDS Tree) where you will be creating the Print Server, Printer and Print Queues...

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Using the Novell NetWare Administrator Application Perform the following procedures to create the Print Server, Printer and Print Queues, using the NWAdmin application:

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Open the Netware Administrator Application (provided by your Novell Administrator)... The NetWare Administrator window appears displaying the Novell NDS window... The following example shows the existing Trees, Queues and other Novell connections...

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Note: Before performing the following procedure, check the Novell Server window and if the nwprintserver already exists, proceed to the next procedure To define a Novell NDS printer: on page 166...

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6... Click the Create button... The Novell NDS nwprintserver printer is created and appears in the Novell NDS window...

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5... Click the Create button... The printer name is added to the Novell NDS window...

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Prior to performing this procedure, verify that in the CXP6000 Color Server, both network printers <hostname_ProcessPrint> and <hostname_ProcessStore> are present...

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5... In the Print Queue name box, type the exact (case sensitive) Virtual Printer name: <hostname_ProcessPrint>... For example: Spire7_ProcessPrint...

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9... Click OK... The Print Queue volume name appears in the Print Queue Volume box, in the Create Print Queue dialog box...

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10... In the Create Print Queue dialog box, click the Create button... The Print Queue is now added to the Novell NDS window along with the nwprintserver and the Printer name (Spire_Printer)...

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17... Click the Create button... Both queues appear now in the Novell NDS window...

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1... In the Novell NDS window, double-click nwprintserver... The Print Server dialog box appears...

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3... Click the Add button... The Select Object dialog box appears...

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4... From the printers, select the printer name you have defined (Spire_Printer in our example), and click OK... The printer appears in the Printers list in the Print Server dialog box...

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1... In the Novell NDS window, double-click the Printer name you have defined (in our example Spire_Printer)... The Printer dialog box appears...

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4... Select the Queue name <hostname_ProcessStore> you have defined, and click OK...

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5... Click the Add button and select <hostname_ProcessPrint>... Both printer queues now appear in the Print queues list in the Printer dialog box...

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3... Verify that the nwprintserver server, the printer and queues are displayed as shown in the above example...

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Using the Novell NDS PConsole The CXP6000 Color Server Virtual Printers can be defined as Novell NDS Printer Queues at the Novell NDS Server, using the Novell NDS PConsole... This procedure includes the following stages:

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4... Type the exact Tree parameter and the full containers path of the Context parameter, in their respective boxes... You may also click the Browse button and browse to the required Tree and Path...

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2... In the Adobe PS Wizard, verify that you have selected the Novell Printer Queue from the NetWare Network, and not the CXP6000 Color Server Virtual printers... See the following example...

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Note: Note that the Novell Printer has the Novell NDS name as an extension, e... g... NW_TANSRV5...

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Defining the CXP6000 Color Server as a Novell NDS Client The following procedure is performed only to connect the CXP6000 Color Server to Novell NDS, as a Novell client... You do not need to perform this procedure in order to print to the CXP6000 Color Server...

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3... Click the Advanced button to expand the dialog box...

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5... Select the required tree and click OK... The tree appears in the Tree box in the NDS tab...

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Note: An optional way is to type the exact Tree name, the Context full container path and the Server exact name, in their corresponding boxes... These names are provided by the Novell Administrator...

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A Results window appears briefly to indicate that the connection was established... If an error message appears instead, contact your Novell Administrator...

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