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  1. #101
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    Re: All in one I.T. Tech software.

    Copy an paste to this forum...



    ************************************************** ************************


    08-16-2016, 02:59 PM

    [Firmware Unzip23.bat version 2.3]

    Extracts multiple Ricoh or Kyocera firmware to SD-Card or HDD

    Requirement:
    7-Zip.exe source : 7-Zip download | SourceForge.net



    General update to version 2.2
    For those people who have request the use of this batch file.
    The following is a version update from 2.1 to 2.3
    The current batch file is used the same as all other versions.

    In version 2.3 there have been some minor error handling changes, along with additional output for user feed back;otherwise the *.bat file is just the same.

    If you cut and paste the below snip text to a *.bat, file you will need to repair the menu spacing * * lines in
    the menu block. CTN automatically removes those duplicate spaces causing the * * indentation.
    You must also place any line wrapped text back to the previous single line.



    ---------------------------------8<------------Cut an paste to any *.bat file ----------------------------------------------
    @Echo off
    @CLS
    @REM This batch file is for extracting multiple firmware zip files onto an SD/CF card or hardrive
    @REM directory.
    @REM Copyright(C) 2010 Neomatrix Updated : 16/08/2016 (dd/mm/yy)
    @REM Version 2.3
    @REM [Ver2.3] Minor error handling modifications. Add more visual feed back.
    @REM Important : Requires 7-ZIP.exe archive utility. This can be downloaded off the Internet.
    @REM Usage : 7ZA.EXE e -i!*.fwu -y firmware.zip
    @REM 7ZA.EXE e = extract -i = includefiles !*.fwu = !filespec -o = Ouput direct -y = yes all
    @REM prompts Firmware.zip archive.
    @REM 7ZA full file and path name must exist : Example : Set Zip7path="c:\program files (x86)
    @REM \7za\7ZA.EXE"
    @REM Must use quotation marks if spaces are used in above path name.
    @REM

    @REM HOW TO USE :
    @REM To uses this file, simple copy the unzip23.bat batch file into the same firmware directory
    @REM and double click.
    @REM When run with out any paramaters, the program will default to the "Homedrive\romdata"
    @REM directory of the operating system main drive.
    @REM To force extraction to a SD/CF card, run the upzip23.bat file from a command prompt with
    @REM the drive letter of the SD/CF card. Example unzip23 h:
    @REM Please feel free add your own improvement ideas and/or to share this batch file with
    @Rem whomever.

    @Rem Important set the default 7za.exe path here
    @REM Set Zip7path="C:\Program Files (x86)\7za\7ZA.EXE"
    @Set Zip7path="%ProgramFiles(x86)%\7za\7ZA.EXE"
    @REM Echo %Zip7path%
    IF NOT EXIST %Zip7path% GOTO ERROR:

    @Echo.
    @Echo ****************[ RICOH - KYOCERA ]******************
    @Echo * EXTRACT FIRMWARE *
    @Echo * Unzip Batch Mode *
    @Echo ********************************* Copytechnet.com ***
    @Echo * *
    @Echo * Usage : unzip23 [drive:\path\] *
    @Echo * Example : unzip23 h: {defaults h:\romdata} *
    @Echo * Copy unzip23.bat to the firmware source directory.*
    @Echo * Unzip23 extracts *.zip and *.exe archive formats, *
    @Echo * an exports the *.fwu,*.rfu and *.bin files only. *
    @Echo * *
    @Echo ***************************************[Ver 2.3]*****
    @Echo.

    @Set drive=%1
    @Set direct=%1\romdata
    @REM change default drive here if param line empty.
    @IF "%1x"=="x" Set drive=%HOMEDRIVE%
    @IF "%1x"=="x" Set direct=%HOMEDRIVE%\romdata
    @Echo Extracting to :%direct%
    @Echo Press Ctrl-C at any time to terminate batch process.
    @Echo.
    @pause
    @REM Allow Unzip.Bat to run 5 times while saving any existing romdata directory files.
    @REM Each time this batch file is run all previous romdata_? folders are renamed letter incremented.
    @REM Renaming prevents overwritting previous firmware by mistake. Delete the last Romdata_E
    @REM folder off the list.
    @REM Always Delete 5th backup directory Romdata_E and sub directories regardless.
    @IF NOT EXIST %drive%\Romdata_E GOTO AD:
    @Echo Deleted directory %drive%\Romdata_E
    @RD %drive%\Romdata_E /Q /S

    :AD
    @IF NOT EXIST %drive%\Romdata_D GOTO AC:
    @RENAME %drive%\Romdata_D Romdata_E
    @Echo %drive%\Romdata_D Rename to %drive%\Romdata_E

    :AC
    @IF NOT EXIST %drive%\Romdata_C GOTO AB:
    @RENAME %drive%\Romdata_C Romdata_D
    @Echo %drive%\Romdata_C Rename to %drive%\Romdata_D

    :AB
    @IF NOT EXIST %drive%\Romdata_B GOTO AA:
    @RENAME %drive%\Romdata_B Romdata_C
    @Echo %drive%\Romdata_B Rename to %drive%\Romdata_C
    :AA
    @IF NOT EXIST %drive%\Romdata_A GOTO AR:
    @RENAME %drive%\Romdata_A Romdata_B
    @Echo %drive%\Romdata_A Rename to %drive%\Romdata_B
    :AR
    @IF NOT EXIST %drive%\Romdata GOTO MakeDirect:
    @RENAME %drive%\Romdata Romdata_A
    @Echo %drive%\Romdata Rename to %drive%\Romdata_A

    :MakeDirect
    @Echo.
    @REM Make the directory in the SD/CF card or H/D path.
    @REM MakeDir Will default with an error echo if directory already exists.
    @IF NOT EXIST %direct% md %direct%
    @REM %%f = file variable to use. Add your extract file specs inside the brackets.
    @Echo ****** 7-Zip is Extracting Multiple Firmware ********
    @FOR %%f in (*.zip;*.exe) do %Zip7path% e -i!*.fwu -i!*.bin -i!*.rfu -o%direct% -y %%f
    @GOTO END:

    :Error
    @Echo ERROR : User input parameters are invalid check :
    @Echo [drive\path\romdata] : %1
    @Echo Check 7za.exe is in the correct directory.
    @GOTO EOF:

    :End
    @Echo.
    @Echo ************************************************** ********
    @Echo All "*.fwu, *.rfu or *.bin" files have been extracted to :
    @Echo %direct%
    @Echo ************************************************** ********
    @IF NOT EXIST %1\Romdata_B GOTO EOF
    @Echo Existing romdata folder(s) have been renamed. See
    @Echo the start of this window for further details.
    @Echo ************************************************** ********
    @Echo.

    :EOF
    @pause

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    Re: All in one I.T. Tech software.

    A batch file to reset any Hard Disk Drive back to factory uninitialized configuration.

    Cut and paste from below forum.

    hhttp://www.copytechnet.com/forums/kyocera-mita-copystar/134721-hdd-drives.html#post715183

    HDD Drives
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    Re: All in one I.T. Tech software.

    Quote Originally Posted by NeoMatrix View Post
    Trying to keep all the relevant topics in one place, so I can find them a bit easier... [16-08-18]

    The following topic comes from the below forum.
    hhttp://www.copytechnet.com/forums/connectivity/129798-little-fyi-those-scan-smb-issues-smb1-disabled-post609138.html#post609138

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

    Scan to FTP using a local in-house NAS device or private cloud.

    -----------------------------8<------------------------------------------------------------
    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.

    HTH




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    thank you for this good explication
    best regards bro

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    Re: All in one I.T. Tech software.

    Quote Originally Posted by NeoMatrix View Post
    Trying to keep all the relevant topics in one place, so I can find them a bit easier... [16-08-18]

    The following topic comes from the below forum.
    hhttp://www.copytechnet.com/forums/connectivity/129798-little-fyi-those-scan-smb-issues-smb1-disabled-post609138.html#post609138


    Scan to FTP using a local in-house NAS device or private cloud.

    -----------------------------8<------------------------------------------------------------
    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 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
    Bluestacks Kodi Lucky Patcher

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

    HTH




    -----------------------------8<-----------------------------------------------------------
    -
    thank you for this good explication
    best regards bro
    Last edited by klimbo123; 01-22-2019 at 05:43 PM.

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    Re: All in one I.T. Tech software.

    A simple batch file to test for duplicate , unauthorised or conflicting IP addresses on any network.
    Cut an paste the below batch file to any text file and name the file XPing.bat...

    You may need to run the batch file from administrator mode for the windows Ping.exe command.

    Pipe the Xping.bat output to CMD window text file and check against your normal network white list of
    authorised IP addresses. Unknown IP addresses means hacker unauthorized access.

    Pipe example:
    xping 10.1.1.1 255 > testIp.txt

    You must allow a rule for the ICMP command in your firewall if want to access the WAN ping results.

    ----------------------8<------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    echo off
    setlocal ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION ENABLEEXTENSIONS
    cls
    echo **********************[ Multi Ping ]******************************
    echo Ping multiple IP addresses for duplicate IP errors.
    echo Test for unauthorised network IP addresses.
    echo Useage:
    echo Input parameter start IP Address and end IP range.
    echo Example : Xping.bat 10.1.1.0 255
    echo Author : NeoMatrix wwww.copytechnet.com
    echo *************************************************[Ver 1.0] *******
    echo.

    if "%2x"=="x" goto Error
    if "%1x"=="x" goto Error


    rem -------- Main Flow ----------

    Call :StartAddr %1 %2 Domain Fault

    If DEFINED Fault goto Error

    Call :FindIp %Domain% %2

    goto End


    rem ------------- Find IP -----------
    :FindIp Domain Range
    rem Change the ping return wait time here,in millisec.
    Set Wait=10
    Set Passive=10
    Set Params=-a -w %Wait% -n 1
    Set "Modu="

    for /L %%I in (1,1,%2) do (


    set /a Modu=%%I %% %Passive%
    set Addr=%1.%%I

    (ping %Params% !Addr! | findstr /C:"Received = 1" ) > nul && echo Active IP : !Addr! || (

    if !Modu!==0 echo Passive to: ... %1.%%I
    if %%L==%2 exit /b
    ))

    exit /b


    rem ----------- Domain Range ---------

    :StartAddr InDomain Range Domain Fault
    Set "Fault="

    for /F "tokens=1-4* delims=." %%A in ("%1") do (

    if "%%Dx"=="x" Set %4=1
    if %%D GTR 255 Set %4=1

    Set %3=%%A.%%B.%%C
    )

    Echo Press Ctrl_C to cancel batch file...
    echo Wait...
    echo.
    Echo ---------------------------------------
    Echo Start : %1, End : %Domain%.%2
    Echo ---------------------------------------

    exit /B


    rem ---------- Errors ------------
    :Error
    Echo Parameter Error: enter start IP address and/or end IP-Range.
    Echo Example: Xping.bat 10.1.1.0 255
    Echo Ping command requires activation from Administrator mode.
    echo Change the reply wait time milliseconds to a higher value.

    :End
    endlocal

    echo ---------------------------------------
    echo.
    echo Hit any key to exit...
    > nul timeout /t 5



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