Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] XeroxÂ®, Xerox and DesignÂ®, VersaLinkâ¢, and Xerox Extensible Interface PlatformÂ® are trademarks of Xerox Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. adobeÂ® , Adobe PDF logo , ReaderÂ® , AdobeÂ® Type ManagerÂ® , ATMâ¢ , FlashÂ® , MacromediaÂ® , PhotoshopÂ® , and PostScriptÂ® are trademarks or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems , Inc. AppleÂ®, BonjourÂ®, EtherTalkâ¢, TrueTypeÂ®, iPadÂ®, iPhoneÂ®, iPodÂ®, iPod touchÂ®, AirPrintÂ® and the AirPrint LogoÂ®, MacÂ®, Mac OSÂ®, and MacintoshÂ® are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Inc. HP-GLÂ®, HP-UXÂ®, and PCLÂ® are registered trademarks of Hewlett-Packard Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. [. . . ] For features that use these protocols, perform the tasks listed under one of the following options: To install certificates, option 1: â¢ Install a device certificate on the printer. Â¢ Install a copy of the CA certificate that was used to sign the device certificate of the printer on the other device. Â¢ Install a copy of the CA certificate that was used to sign the certificate of the other device on the printer. To install certificates, option 2: If the other device is using a self-signed certificate, install a copy of the trusted certificate of the other device on the printer. In the Embedded Web Server, log in as administrator, then click SystemâSecurity. In the lower part of the Security Certificates window, click to select a certificate from the list. If you want to select all the certificates in the list, click Select/Clear All. XeroxÂ® VersaLinkÂ® Series Multifunction and Single Function Printers System Administrator Guide
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You can install the certificates for the root certificate authority and any intermediate certificate authorities for your company. You can install the self-signed certificates from any other devices on your network. Click Browse or Choose File, then navigate to a signed certificate file. The digital certificate appears in the list of Installed certificates. C r e a t i n g a n d I n s t a l l i n g a X e r o x D e v i c e C e r t i fi c a t e
If you do not have a server functioning as a certificate authority, install a XeroxÂ® Device Certificate on the printer. When you create a XeroxÂ® Device Certificate, the printer generates a certificate, signs it, and creates a public key used in SSL encryption. After you install a XeroxÂ® Device Certificate on the printer, install the Device Root Certificate Authority in any device that communicates with the printer. Examples of other devices include client Web browsers for HTTPS or a RADIUS authentication server for 802. When the Device Root Certificate Authority is installed: â¢ Users can access the printer using the Embedded Web Server â¢ Certificate warning messages do not appear Note: Creating a XeroxÂ® Device Certificate is less secure than creating a certificate signed by a trusted certificate authority. In the Embedded Web Server, log in as administration, then click SystemâSecurity. For Validity Period, type the number of days that the new certificate is valid. In the Embedded Web Server, log in as administrator, then click SystemâSecurity. For 2-Letter Country Code, type the 2-letter ISO code for the location of the organization. For State/Province Name, type the full name, not the abbreviation, for the state or province. For Organization Name, type the legal incorporated name of the company, including any suffixes such as Inc. [. . . ] Â¢ To hide the soft keypad within all ConnectKey Apps, select Hide within all Apps. If your Xerox EIP application requires a user password, to enable export of passwords, for Export Password to EIP Apps, select the toggle button. To enable your Xerox EIP application to start using remote scanning, for Start Job Using Remote Program, select the toggle button. To enable a proxy server, in the Extensible Interface Platform area, click the Use Device Proxy Server toggle button. [. . . ]