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    Re: A little fyi for those with scan to smb issues with smb1 disabled

    Quote Originally Posted by Santander View Post
    Do you realize that US Federal regulations require that all business related emails be archived for seven years? This would include your scan to email setup! There are penalties for not archiving the scan to emails for the full seven years, which can amount to a very large usage of disk space. As you suggest, having one shared folder either on a server or a shared PC will circumvent the scanning to email setup and the archive requirements for emails. All of our state accounts and large customers prohibit scanning to email for this very reason as it creates a huge storage problem on their servers as the email and the attachment have to be archived for seven years. Simply creating a "temp scan folder" on the server or a shared PC and having the users pull the scanned documents into their own PC will circumvent the archive requirements. We have found that most IT people do not realize the archive requirements for a scan to email setup and when explained to them they do not want that setup implemented. Hope this helps a little.



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    I believe that requirement actually applies to the SMTP that the email is sent through and the POP or IMAP sever the email I sent received from.


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    Re: A little fyi for those with scan to smb issues with smb1 disabled

    Are there any directions on setting up the Quick and easy FTP server lite for a Ricoh machine ?


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    Re: A little fyi for those with scan to smb issues with smb1 disabled

    Quote Originally Posted by tjvincent View Post
    Are there any directions on setting up the Quick and easy FTP server lite for a Ricoh machine ?
    I'd also be interested to know if there is a guide available.

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    Re: A little fyi for those with scan to smb issues with smb1 disabled

    Quote Originally Posted by copier tech View Post
    I'd also be interested to know if there is a guide available.
    Quote Originally Posted by tjvincent View Post
    Are there any directions on setting up the Quick and easy FTP server lite for a Ricoh machine ?
    To my knowledge there is no Quick and easy FTP server lite software specifically for Ricoh. It is a third party software for the computer. You first need to decide on the specific software you wish to use. Hint, make sure that you select a server software and not a client software. If you choose FileZilla there are a number of member here that recommend it and threads that have directions on installation.


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    Re: A little fyi for those with scan to smb issues with smb1 disabled

    Quote Originally Posted by tjvincent View Post
    Are there any directions on setting up the Quick and easy FTP server lite for a Ricoh machine ?
    You don't require any additional FTP server software running on any PC or Server.

    FTP Plug-n-Play for DIY home/small office Networks:

    1. Plug 1GB - 2 Terrabyte USB/FLASH/HDD/SSD into any PC. Create individual customer scan folder/directories for all PC's on the network onto this USB stick or HDD. This will be come our NAS (Network Address/Adapter Share)
    USB/HDD Create Folder example:
    |_Bill
    |_Fred
    |_Mary
    |_Jane

    2. Plug in the above NAS into the local network "Modem/Router" or "Switch".

    3. You will need to enter the NAS Router or switch configuration WIM (eg.http://10.1.1.254) and setup customized names,passwords and individual directories. These are the same directories you created in step 1. on the USB/HDD. Look for the "Set up Share" menu tab while inside the Router WIM.
    Share setup Example:
    User/Share name : Mary
    Password : -accounts-123-
    [x] Use directory :Mary
    [x] read/write access

    4.Configure all your customers MFD's or Scanners to "FTP Scan" to the same multiple customised NAS directories above.
    Ricoh MFD address book setup :
    FTP[x]
    user :Mary
    password :-accounts-123-
    scan to folder:\\10.1.1.254\Mary\

    5.On all PC's, run windows "File Explorer".
    Right click on: Computer | Map Network Drive | enter \\NAS-IP<eg.10.1.1.254>\NAS-User-Id<eg Mary>\ | [Z] Drive | [x] Reconnect at logon| <enter>


    DIY scan to FTP --as straight forward as it can be.

    NB. FTP is not totally secure, but its a step up from SMBv1-2.

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    Re: A little fyi for those with scan to smb issues with smb1 disabled

    Quote Originally Posted by JR2ALTA View Post
    Does it work with hostnames instead of IP address?
    Exactly what I'd like to find out. I love Konica Minolta's FTP Utility except the fact it won't take host names. Once the power goes out after a windows update that has set the PC back to DHCP, we get a call that scanning no longer works. If FTP Utility had host name capability, it would be absolutely perfect since it's so light and reliable after all these years.


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    Re: A little fyi for those with scan to smb issues with smb1 disabled

    Quote Originally Posted by tjvincent View Post
    Are there any directions on setting up the Quick and easy FTP server lite for a Ricoh machine ?
    1) On the computer create a "Scans" folder on the "C" drive
    2) Download and install Quick and Easy FTP Server Lite
    3) During install you will be asked for, User Name, Password, Folder for root (May not be in this order and may have more)
    4) Open the web page of the copier and login as the administrator
    5) Goto Address Book and choose the "Detail" if available
    6) Input "One Touch" name and "Display Name"
    7) Scroll to "Folder Authentication" and input the "Name" and "Password" entered during install
    8) Scroll to folder and set drop topdown to "FTP"
    9) Enter the the local computer info in the following format in "Path": computer/\

    The "" tells the FTP to use the root folder which is "Scans". If you are going to have subfolders under "Scans" use that folder name instead of "".

    This should work. if "" does not work try any of the following "/", "*", "." . I believe one of these will work. I do not do a lot of FTP but have been using it more often.


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    Re: A little fyi for those with scan to smb issues with smb1 disabled

    Quote Originally Posted by srvctec View Post
    Exactly what I'd like to find out. I love Konica Minolta's FTP Utility except the fact it won't take host names. Once the power goes out after a windows update that has set the PC back to DHCP, we get a call that scanning no longer works. If FTP Utility had host name capability, it would be absolutely perfect since it's so light and reliable after all these years.
    Just confirmed it does NOT work with host name after installing it and testing.


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