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    Re: 3001 WIM

    Quote Originally Posted by MrFred View Post
    You have both telnet and http down.
    First turn on telnet
    SP 5828-090 set to 1

    then telnet onto the machine
    (If you have never done this before download PuTTY PuTTY: a free SSH and Telnet client )
    open putty choose telnet as your connection type put put the ip of your device in ( 192.168.1.200 ) and hit open.

    login with the device admin username and password
    enter the following command

    set http up

    then save this setting bye logging out, type logout and enter yes.

    Your session should look something like this:
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    RICOH Maintenance Shell.
    User access verification.
    login:admin
    Password:
    User access verification ... OK.
    RICOH Aficio MP C305
    Network Control Service Ver. 12.30
    Copyright (C) 1994-2013 Ricoh Co.,Ltd. All rights reserved.
    msh> set http up
    msh> logout
    Logout Maintenance Shell.
    Do you save configuration data? (yes/no/return) > yes

    PROGRESS! I was able to get into the WIM and set up scans! on the printout it now says that http is up. My only issue now is that when i type in the ip address on chrome i am getting this error. And in case you can't see the picture it basically says my connection is not private and it wont let me through. I did get through to the wim by going to the advance settings and hitting proceed which they said was unsafe. Why is it doing this? It never does this on any other of my machines. Another setting needs to be changed maybe? Thanks so much

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    Re: 3001 WIM

    You need to delete the device certificate which is found in the webpage after you login under configuration-security.


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    Re: 3001 WIM

    Quote Originally Posted by tjvincent View Post
    You need to delete the device certificate which is found in the webpage after you login under configuration-security.
    If you cannot get in to delete in WIM, Clear Web Service and NCS in SP mode, 5801-10 and 5801-11. You will then have to reenter your IP information and any other network settings that you so not want at the factory default. If you keep getting the security warning from Chrome, you to add a security exception. You might also try using Firefox.


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    Re: 3001 WIM

    Quote Originally Posted by tjvincent View Post
    You need to delete the device certificate which is found in the webpage after you login under configuration-security.
    That was it! There was a certificate installed and after I deleted it everything went back to normal. You guys are awesome...thank god for this forum. Thanks to everyone who helped!


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