Configure from the Internet Services Interface

  1. Open a Web browser and enter the URL http://<MFP IP address> in the Address field.
  2. Select the Properties tab, and log in with your User ID and Password when prompted.
  3. In the left pane, click the General Setup folder, then select Extensible Service Setup.
  4. Click Edit beside the HTTP (SSL) option.
  5. Set the Secure HTTP (SSL) option to Enabled, then click Save.
  6. In the Browser Settings section on the Extensible Service Setup page, ensure the Enable the Extensible Services Browser check box is selected (it is by default) and click Apply.
  7. In the left pane, click Security > Access Rights > Setup. The Authentication Configuration screen displays.
  8. In the right pane, click Edit Methods to change the Authentication method.
    Note: If the copier has not been previously configured, you may need to click the Next button (instead of Edit Methods) and then work through a wizard to configure the copier.
  9. Select Xerox Secure Access from the Device User Interface Authentication list. Leave both Web User Interface Authentication and Authorization options set to Locally on the Device.
  10. Click Save to apply the changes.
  11. On the Authentication Configuration page, click Edit beside the Device User Interface Authentication option.
  12. On the Xerox Secure Access Setup page, click Manually Override Settings.
  13. On the Manual Override page, set the following:
    1. In the Server Communication section, select the Enabled check box under the Embedded option if you use a standard Equitrac card reader. If you use a generic card reader, clear the check box.
    2. In the Device Log In Methods section, select the preferred method.
    3. In the Accounting Information section, select Automatically apply Account Codes from the server.
  14. Click Save to apply the changes, then click Close.
  15. Click Close again on the Xerox Secure Access Setup page to return to the main Authentication Configuration page.
  16. Click View beside the Service Registration option.
  17. Select the services you want users to access, then click Save.
  18. In the left pane, click Security > Access Rights > Tools & Feature Access.
  19. In the Presets section, select the Custom Access option to select the services you want to control access to.
    • Unlocked - the service appears on the control panel and is accessible without authentication.
    • Locked - the service appears on the MPF control panel, but cannot be accessed until the user authenticates.
    • Hidden - the service does not appear on the control panel.
  20. Click Apply to complete the configuration of this MFP.
  21. Log out of the MFP’s configuration utility and close the web browser.