Folder Service Settings
Allows you to configure the settings relating to folders.
For more information, refer to "Folder Service Settings" (P.197).
Job Flow Service Settings
Allows you to configure the settings relating to Job Flow.
Job flow is a function to execute a series of registered operations.
For more information on Job Flow, refer to "Job Flow Service Settings" (P.198).
Media Print Service Settings
Allows you to configure the settings relating to Media Print (Text).
For more information, refer to "Media Print Service Settings" (P.199).
Stored File Settings
Allows you to set how to delete files in a folder and print files stored in the machine.
For more information, refer to "Stored File Settings" (P.200).
You can create and change folders, job flow sheets, and Address Book (speed dial
For more information, refer to "Setup" (P.202).
You can register users and configure the settings for account administration.
For more information, refer to "Accounting" (P.221).
You can configure the authentication and security settings.
For more information, refer to "Authentication/Security Settings" (P.229).
Step 5 Setting a Feature
Select any feature.
• Select a submenu from the [Group] list, and then select a feature from the [Features] list.
• Select [ ] or [ ] as required.
Select an item to set.
After setting the feature, select [Save].
Select [Close] repeatedly until the [Services Home] screen is displayed.
• If rebooting the machine is required to enable the new settings, when you select [Close] in
the [Tools] screen, a message may be displayed. Follow the message and reboot the
machine. After the machine reboots, it exits from the System Administration mode, and the
<Log In/Out> button is unlit.
Step 6 Exiting System Administration Mode
Press the <Log In/Out> button.
• You can exit the System Administration Mode by selecting [Logout] shown around the login
information area on the touch screen.
• Once you exit the System Administration Mode, the <Log In/Out> button will be turned off.