More settings tab (Destination Configuration)

Use this tab to configure common configuration options that available to all destination types.

You can access this tab in the Destination Configuration dialog box when you create or configure a destination.

Use advanced costing profile for reports

Advanced costing profiles define the costs associated with advanced document media and finishing options, such as stapling and folding, for reporting purposes.

Use the list to select an existing failover profile.

New — Shows the New Advanced Costing Profile dialog box. You can create a profile and define the costs for a specific option.

Edit — Shows the Edit Advanced Costing Profile dialog box for editing the profile selected in the drop-down list box.

Manage — Shows the Manage Failover Profiles dialog box which lists all of the defined costing profiles. From this dialog box you can create, import, and export profiles, as well as manage all existing profiles.

Cost per page

Sets the printing cost per page for black and white and color documents. Use the spin boxes to select the printing cost.

If you want to bill less than 1 cent per page, you must change the Windows currency settings to display more than 2 decimal places. To do this, open Windows Control Panel and click Regional and Language. On the Formats tab, click Additional Settings. Click the Currency tab and change the No. of digits after decimal option to either 3 or 4.

Include documents in Green Reports

Makes documents sent to the destination available for green reports. The documents appear in green reports once Output Manager deletes them from the Retained tab.

Associated device

Selects the SNMP device that will be associated with the destination. This opens the Select Device dialog box.

This option is available for IPP, LPR, and socket destinations.

Warning: Do not change the associated device for destinations that were created automatically.

Printer family

Printer families are used in Output Manager to configure commands for print languages and map them to destinations based on their capabilities.

Use the list to select an existing printer family.

New — Displays the Printer Family Profile dialog box for creating a printer family.

Edit — Displays the selected printer family properties for modification.

Manage — Displays the Manage Printer Family Profiles dialog box which lists all of the defined printer families. From this dialog box you can create, import, and export printer families, as well as manage all existing printer families.

Destination specific capabilities — Specifies which print preferences/document properties are supported by the destination. You can also select the settings that are allowed for a particular property. These settings determine what is available to the user in the dialogs where properties are configured for this destination. Click Configure to display the Destination Capabilities dialog box.

Warning: To apply print preferences, you must create an output process to apply the print preferences to the destination.

Output process

Output processes can be created to impact documents as they are being sent to a destination. The processes contain a set of actions which could be used for search and replace, setting finishing options, editing PJL commands, inserting overlays, and so on.

Use the list to select an existing output process.

New — Displays the Process Designer window for creating a new output process. The visual flowchart style designer makes it easy and intuitive to create complex, powerful processes.

Edit — Displays the selected output process properties for modification.

Manage — Displays the Manage Output Process Profiles dialog box which lists all of the defined output processes. From this dialog box you can create, import, and export processes, as well as manage all existing processes.

Override output process assigned to document — Determines if the selected output process will be used when an output process is assigned to the document.

Failover profile

Failover profiles specify what should happen to documents when they are sent to inaccessible destinations (they aren’t able to receive documents).

Use the list to select an existing failover profile.

New — Displays the Failover Profile dialog box for creating a new failover profile. You can determine what should happen if all of the retries fail and when to place the document in an error state.

Edit — Displays the selected failover profile properties for modification.

Manage — Displays the Manage Failover Profiles dialog box which lists all of the defined failover profiles. From this dialog box you can create, import, and export profiles, as well as manage all existing profiles.

Override failover profile assigned to document — Determines if the selected failover profile will be used when a failover profile is assigned to the document.