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    Xerox TCP/IP Direct Print Utility for Windows95/98/Me (Ver.2.50e)
                Copyright (C) 1997-2002 by Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
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Supplementary information on Xerox "TCP/IP Direct Print Utility for Windows95/98/Me"
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This Read Me file contains supplementary information on the following 4 topics related to TCP/IP Direct Print Utility.

  1. Target H/W product names
  2. Installation Method
  3. Uninstallation Method
  4. About unique features of this utility and its limitations


**This utility runs on Windows95/98/Me with 32 bits x 86 based micro-processor
  (Above Intel 80386/25) or Intel Pentium (TM) processor.


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 1. Target H/W product names
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   WorkCentre M123           (*1)
   WorkCentre M128           (*1)


Note: Follow the notes and limitations below on the products with an asterisk mark.

  *1: The products support only the LPR protocol (Validate byte count).
      Select the LPR protocol on the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility Port Setup
      dialog box and click the "Validate byte count" check box.
      (For information on how to set up the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility port,
       refer to "2.5 TCP/IP Direct Print Utility Port Setup".)

  *2: Printer firmware and Network Card firmware of the products require
      upgrades to support the Raw protocol (Port9100), unless their versions
      are
       - 20010118 or later (Printer firmware Version)
       - 2.32 or later (Network Card firmware Version)
      

  *3: Printer firmware and Network Card firmware of the products require
      upgrades to support the Raw protocol (Port9100), unless their versions
      are
       - 5.74 or later (Network Card firmware Version)
     


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 2. Installation Method
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This section describes the steps required for the installation of TCP/IP
Direct Print Utility on Windows95/98/Me. Ensure that your computer and printer are connected to the network before you attempt to install the utility.

Below is the procedure overview:

   1. Configuring the Printer
   2. TCP/IP Protocol Setting
   3. Installing the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility software
   4. Printer Setup
   5. TCP/IP Direct Print Utility Port Setup


2.1 Configuring the Printer.

    To print jobs using TCP/IP Direct Print Utility (TCP/IP protocol) from the
    Windows95/98/Me environment, it is necessary to configure the printer.
    Follow the steps below to make selections from the control panel of your 
    printer.

    Reference: For information on how to operate the control panel, refer to
               the printer user guide which comes along with the machine.


2.2 TCP/IP Protocol Setting.

    TCP/IP protocol installation is necessary in order to set the TCP/IP Direct
    Print Utility port.  Follow the steps below if a message indicating that
    the TCP/IP protocol is not incorporated in the system is displayed.

    Reference: For information on how to install the TCP/IP protocol, refer
               to the Windows95/98/Me user guide.

    Steps
    1.  Start Windows95/98/Me and select Network icon from the Control Panel 
        folder.

    2.  Click Add button on the Configuration tab.
        The Select Network Component Type dialog box appears.

    3.  Select Protocol and then click Add button from the Select Network
        Component Type dialog box.
        The Select Network Protocol dialog box appears.

    4.  Select Microsoft from the Manufacturers box on the Select Network
        Protocol dialog box.
        TCP/IP is displayed in the Network Protocols box.

    5.  Select TCP/IP and then click OK button.  Follow the instructions
        on the screen to copy files.

    6.  Click OK button on the Configuration tab.

    7.  Restart your computer.


2.3 Installing the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility software.

    To install the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility, you need to start Windows
    95/98/Me and use the "Run" command.  Follow the steps below.

    Steps
    1.  Start Windows95/98/Me.  Click Start button and point to Run.
        The Run dialog box appears.

    2.  Input drive name which contains the executable files of TCP/IP Direct
        Print Utility (eg. A:) and path name (eg. \Dpu\Setup.exe) in the Name
        field.  When finished, click OK button.  As the drive name may differ
        depending on the configuration of the machine (computer) used, 
        ensure that you enter the correct drive name.  Follow the instructions
        that appears.

        A dialog box indicating that the installation is completed appears
        upon completion of the installation process.

    3.  Select "Yes, I want to restart the computer now" radio button and
        click OK button.

        Note: The settings will not take effect if the system is not rebooted.

        With this, the installation is completed.  Next, setup the port.


2.4 Printer Setup.

    In order to carry out the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility Port Setup, it is
    necessary to setup the printer before installation of the utility.  If
    there are no printers that have already been setup, use Printer Wizard
    and add local printer to LPT1: port.

    Reference: For information on how to setup the printer, refer to
               Windows95/98/Me user guide.
             : For information on how to install the printer driver,
               refer to the driver user guide.


2.5 TCP/IP Direct Print Utility Port Setup.

    Below shows the steps in setting the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility port.

    Steps
    1.  Double click My Computer icon and select Printers folder.
        The Printers window appears.
        Then double click the Printer icon which you want to setup the port
        from the Printers window.

    2.  Select Properties on the Printer menu.
        The printer properties dialog box appears.

    3.  Select Details tab.

    4.  Click Add Port button.
        The Add Port dialog box appears.

    5.  Select Other radio button.  Then choose TCP/IP DPU Port and click
        OK button.
        The TCP/IP Direct Print Utility Port Setup dialog box appears.

    6.  Read the following information and enter Port Name and IP Address.
        When finished, click OK button.

    [Port Name]
     Input a name to identify the printer.

    [IP Address]
     Input IP address of the printer.  If DNS (Domain Name System) is
      enabled,
     you can input the host name of the printer.
     Printer queue name used for the LPR protocol can be also assigned,
     following IP address.  Separate IP address and printer queue name (yyy)
     by colon ":" - (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:yyy).

     Note: The IP address consists of 4 sections (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) of
     numbers separated by periods where xxx are numbers from 0 to
     If you do not know the printer's IP address, you can find out by
     either asking your network system administrator or printing the
     Printer Settings List.  If the IP address is not found in the list, select
     Menu -> Port Status -> LPD -> Enabled and then output the Printer
     Settings List.

      For information on how to output the Printer Settings List, refer
      to the printer user guide.

    [LPR]
     Select LPR to perform LPR printing.

    [Validate byte count]
     Click the "Validate byte count" check box or clear a checkmark, when the
     LPR protocol is selected.

    [Raw]
     Select Raw to perform Raw printing.  (sometimes called "Port9100".)

    [Port Number]
     Enter the port number to be used when the Raw protocol is selected.

    With the completion of this step, you have successfully setup the port.


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 3. Uninstallation Method
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This section describes the steps required for the uninstallation of TCP/IP
Direct Print Utility on Windows95/98/Me.

Below is the procedure overview:

   1. Deleting all printer ports of TCP/IP Direct Print Utility.
   2. Executing the uninstaller.
   3. Restarting the computer.

Details are described below.

Warning: Be sure to follow the steps below.  Windows might be unstable unless
you have not followed them.


3.1 Deleting all printer ports of TCP/IP Direct Print Utility.

    Steps
    1.  Start Windows95/98/Me.

    2.  Double-click the My Computer icon and Printers folder.  The Printers
        window appears.

    3.  Select Details from the View menu.
        Confirm that number of Document is 0 for all the printers.
        If number except for 0 is displayed, select the printer, and from the
        Printer menu, select Purge Print Documents (Windows98/Me) or Purge
        Print Documents (Windows95).

    4.  Select any printer icon in the Printers window.

    5.  Select Properties from the File menu.  The printer properties dialog
        box appears.

    6.  On the Details tab, click the Delete Port button.  The Delete Port
        dialog box appears.

    7.  Select all entries with TCP/IP DPU Port and click the OK button.
        Ensure that you have deleted all the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility ports
        before you take the next step.

        Note: If the port cannot be deleted because the printer is using it,
              change it to other port in Print to the following port, click the
              Apply button then the Delete Port button to delete it.

    8.  Close the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility Port Setup dialog box if it is
        displayed.


3.2 Executing the uninstaller.

    Steps
    1.  Double-click My Computer icon and Control Panel icon.

    2.  Select Add/Remove Programs.  The Add/Remove Programs Properties
       appears.

    3.  On the Install/Uninstall tab, select Fuji Xerox TCP/IP Direct Print
        Utility.

    4.  Click the Add/Remove button.  The Confirmation of Uninstallation dialog
        box appears.

    5.  Click the Yes button to execute uninstallation.

    6.  The InstallShield Wizard Complete dialog box appears.  Click the Finish
        button.


3.3 Restarting the computer.


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 4. About unique features of this utility and its limitations
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* About the entry of IP address.

    When you input the host name at the time of entering the IP address and
    click OK button, the system will check whether the host you have entered
    exists on the network.  If the host does not exist, you would not be able
    to continue.  Make sure that you enter the correct host name.
    To stop the system from verifying the host name, click Cancel button.

* About the printer's status.

    The printer's status will only be shown for print jobs that are sent from
    the PC whose port has been set with the TCP/IP Direct Print Utility.
    If the printer is a shared printer, the printer's status would not be shown
    for jobs that are sent from a PC whose port is not set with the Utility.

* About the addition of multiple TCP/IP Direct Print Utility ports.

    When you add multiple TCP/IP Direct Print Utility ports, follow the
    limitation of new port names below.
    - Do not add characters to the existing port names' last character.
      e.g.  If a port name "printer" already existed, do not use names such as
            "printer1", "printer-01".
    - Do not extract one or more characters from the existing port names' first
      character.
      e.g.  If a port name "printer" already existed, do not use names such as
            "prin", "print".
    Both of the above limitations are case-insensitive.

* About the printer spool settings.

    For best print result, Select "Spool print jobs so program finishes
    printing faster" from the Spool Settings dialog box.  To view the Spool
    Settings dialog box, select Details tab of the printer properties and
    choose Spool Settings.
    Do not select "Print directly to the printer" as this may cause a printing
    error.

* Points to remember when using printer driver that supports bi-directional
  communication.

    There are printer drivers that support bi-directional communication.
    For best print result when using this printer driver with TCP/IP Direct
    Print Utility, select "Disable bi-directional support for this printer"
    radio button from the Spool Settings dialog box.  To view the Spool
    Settings dialog box, select Details tab of the printer properties and
    choose Spool Settings.
    Do not select "Enable bi-directional support for this printer" as this may
    cause a printing error.

* When dial-up network connection is enabled on your PC.

    If you select printing data using TCP/IP Direct Print Utility port, the
    Dial-up connection dialog may appear.
    To skip the Dial-up connection dialog in the future, follow the instructions
    below:

    Select Microsoft Internet Explorer Properties.
    Select the Connections tab.
    Then
    - For Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x:
      From "Connections," select "Connect to the Internet using a local area
      network."
    - For Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x:
      From "Dial-up settings," select either "Never dial a connection" or "Dial
      whenever a network connection is not present."


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