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Scan Documents to a Computer on the Network Using the FTP or SMB Protocol (Scan to PC)

Article Id: x_4110_en-O11796 | Published: 02/12/2020

Product support for
  • Xerox® D136
  • Xerox® D95A/D110/D125
  • Xerox ED95A/ED125 Copier/Printer
  • 95 Family

The Scan to PC service allows you to scan documents and send the scanned data to a network computer using the FTP or SMB protocol.

NOTE: A shared folder for saving scanned documents needs to be created on the computer before the document can be scanned.

  1. Load the original documents face-up in the Duplex Automatic Document Feeder (DADF), or face-down on the Document Glass.

    Load the originals face-up in the DADF

    Place original face-down on document glass against upper left corner

  2. Press the [Services Home] button on the Control Panel, and then select [Scan to PC] on the Touch Screen.
  3. Select [Transfer Protocol].
  4. Select one of the following protocols:
    • [FTP] - Transfers using the FTP protocol.
    • [SMB] - Transfers using the SMB protocol.
    • [SMB (UNC Format)] - Transfers using the SMB protocol (UNC Format). UNC stands for Universal Naming Convention and its format is as follows:\\\\host name\\shared name\\directory name.
  5. Select [Save].
  6. If the Address Book has not been set up, skip to step 10.
  7. If the Address Book has been setup, select [Address Book].
  8. Select a recipient from the Address list or search for an address if needed from the following options:
    • [List all public entries] - Displays the local address list.
    • [Search Public] - Searches recipients in the local address list.
    • [Search Network] - Searches recipients in the remote address list.
  9. Specify the To, CC, or BCC fields by using the scroll bar to navigate the Name list. If needed, select [Details].
  10. Select [Close].
  11. If the Address Book has not been setup:
    1. Select the [Server] field, enter the name or IP address of the destination server, and then select [Save].
    2. Select the [Save in] field.
      1. If SMB was selected as the protocol, enter the Shared Name set for the SMB folder, and then select [Save]. Make sure to enter the name using the UNC format.
      2. If FTP was selected as the protocol, enter the directory for storing documents, and then select [Save].
    3. Select the [User Name] field, enter the user name required by the destination server, and then select [Save]. Up to 32 characters can be entered for the user name.
    4. Select the [Password] field, enter the password required by the destination server, and then select [Save]. Up to 32 characters can be entered for the password.
  12. Select the required Scanning options from the bottom portion of the window.
  13. If necessary, select additional programming options on the Advanced Settings, Layout Adjustment, or Filing Options tab.
  14. Press the [Start] button on the Control Panel to begin scanning.

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