1–866–407–0953 How To Setup Xerox Printer on Mac OS X 2021

To introduce a system printer on Mac OSX:

This procedure isn’t for the Student Xerox printers situated in ZSR Library and different structures on grounds. Student printers can be introduced from zsr.wfu.edu/print. If it’s not too much trouble note that you can’t interface with Xerox printers while associated with WFUguest, WFUmydevices, or eduroam remote systems.

How to include a Xerox Multi-Function (MFD) printer on an Apple Mac

First, you will include the Xerox Multi-Function printer to your Mac with the goal that it is in Mac’s rundown of accessible printers. At that point, you will arrange the printer’s arrangement on your Mac with the goal that it will send your area of expertise’s bookkeeping print code to the printer for each time that you print.

Print codes and Network Accounting enable the University to follow spending over the several Xerox printers on grounds.

On most personnel and staff PCs, your area of expertise’s MFDs are as of now set up to work, yet in the event that the PC refreshed to an inappropriate driver or in the event that you re-include the printer, you may need to set up your print code once more. This guide will stroll through the way toward including the MFD and setting up the best possible codes.

Download the Xerox Printer Drivercopy interface

Because of the numerous Mac models and working frameworks on grounds, it is ideal to download the most recent printer drivers from the Xerox webpage. Check which working framework your Mac is running before you start.

Explore to support.xerox.com

Type the model of your printer in the pursuit field (for example AltaLink C8055) and complete your inquiry

Select your printer model from the list items

Select the “Drivers and Downloads” tab and pick a driver

Under “Related Product,” select “Worked in Controller”

How to add the Xerox MFD printer:

  1. Snap-on the apple symbol in the upper left corner of your screen and select “Framework Preferences”.
  2. Select the “Printers and Scanners” symbol.
  3. Select the Plus (+) sign to add another printer to the PC
  4. Select the IP tab at the upper left corner of the window.
  5. Fill in the accompanying data
  6. Address: printers.plymouth.edu
  7. Line: the name of the printer you need to include (MFDs will consistently contain the word Multi)
  8. Name this will at first fill in with the Address name, however, you’ll need to transform it to the name of the printer.
  9. Use: “Select Software” and explore to the model of the printer, for instance: “Xerox WorkCentre 7120, 2.79.0”
  10. Convention: Ensure that it’s set to Line Printer Daemon (LPD)
  11. 11. Select ADD and the printer will be added to the Mac.
  12. A page may show up with different settings you can change about the MFD (paper plate, finisher, and so on), which would all be able to be left at the default settings.
  13. Step by step instructions to design the print code:
  14. Go to your Applications envelope and discover the TextEdit program, which is an essential word-preparing program that accompanies Macs. You can likewise look for TextEdit utilizing the Spotlight search symbol, an amplifying glass, in the upper right corner of your screen.
  15. Open TextEdit and make a test record.
  16. Select File and afterward Print.
  17. Select the “Show Details” button.
  18. Open the drop down named TextEdit.
  1. Choose “Xerox Features”.
  2. Open the drop-down marked “Paper/Output”.
  1. Choose Advanced, and then pick Accounting.
  1. From the drop-down list, select “Xerox Network Accounting” or “Send user ID and Account ID”.
  2. Write your print code under ‘Default User ID.’
  3. Write 9292 under ‘Default Account ID.’
  1. Snap OK and you will be come back to the printing menu.
  2. Snap-on the drop-down menu marked Presets and select ‘Spare Current Settings as Preset.’
  3. Name the new preset “PSU Code” and spare. Presently each time you print to this MFD, it will naturally enter their print code and record ID.

Note: Once this is effectively designed, send a test report to the printer to check. On the off chance that you endeavor to print a .pdf archive to the MFD, you should choose “Printer” from the base of the print menu,

At that point select Show Details, and change the Preset to the recently made “PSU Code.”

Include the printer by either printer name or by the IP address:

Snap the ‘+’ to include your printer and select the ‘IP’ tab

In the ‘Address’ field enter the printer-name-xrx.printer.wfu.edu (model: autos 306-xrx.printer.wfu.edu)

You can likewise include the printer’s IP address in the ‘Address’ field. To find the IP address of the proper printer, if it’s not too much trouble visit the Lookup Printer IP Address on Mac OS X article

Guarantee the ‘Convention’ field is set to ‘Line Printer Daemon — LPD’

The ‘Utilization’ field should auto populate the right printer type. The PC will look for the proper driver to utilize, which may take a couple of moments to populate.

On the off chance that the ‘Utilization’ field populates with Generic PostScript Printer, twofold check the spelling of the printer name in the ‘Address’ field, expel and re-include a few characters from the ‘Address’ field to restart the hunt. On the off chance that the right printer still doesn’t populate the ‘Utilization’ field, physically select the right printer in the ‘Utilization’ field.

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