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Can not scan documents to server after 5pm


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#1 AzureDrag0n1

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Posted 19 May 2017 - 03:29 PM

I am using Windows Server 2012 R2. Using a Sharp MX3110N copier, printer, scanner. During normal business hours there are no problems and everyone can use the scanner and send files wherever. However after 5 pm it gives the error contact administrator and the scanned document will fail to be sent.

 

I think somehow somewhere there might be a specific time where the network connection to the multipurpose copier is disabled as a possible security setting perhaps. Otherwise I have no idea what could cause this and where this setting could be altered.

 

The MX3110N has settings where it can be disabled at certain times but I checked these settings already and they are not enabled.

 

Suggestions on how to proceed?


Edited by AzureDrag0n1, 19 May 2017 - 04:00 PM.


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Posted 21 May 2017 - 05:38 PM

Just to rule it out, do you know if the printer is in sleep or standby mode at that time? Sometimes it will appear offline due to that



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Posted 22 May 2017 - 11:39 AM

Attempting to use the scanner will take it out of sleep mode. I mean you can select the menu to send it to an email or user folder. It is active like normal. It is like there is no network connection.



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Posted 22 May 2017 - 01:04 PM

Best I came up with is these two possibilities:

 

1. Do you know (which I assume you do) if the scan to email has a specific user tied to it? We've seen at my work that a specific user was tied to the scan to email and it's set for their work hours and after they left for the day, the scan to email function stopped working.

 

2. We've seen routers shut off traffic on non-business hours to limit issues with attacks (we had a customer make a rule in the router to stop traffic from 6 PM - 6 AM), which could stop the scan to email from happening.



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Posted 22 May 2017 - 04:50 PM

I would have thought either switch port access on the switch would limit traffic on that port.

Like Tech said, are you using the email scan function of ftp send? We use filezilla server for our scanner to scan to desktop function.

 

The only other thing would be a user account used to scan and send to server which has login hours limited to that of business hours in active directory.


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#6 AzureDrag0n1

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Posted 24 May 2017 - 01:01 PM

Where would a rule to limit hours exist in a Cisco router?

 

Also several users are unable to use the scanner after standard work hours. Probably no one can but have not checked every single possible user.



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Posted 24 May 2017 - 01:33 PM

How do you access your Cisco router? ASDM? SSH or Telnet? 

 

 

For the scan to email, how is the scan to email set up? For example, do you have a specific Active Directory account that is designated for it like a fake user called Scan Email?



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Posted 26 May 2017 - 03:46 PM

How do you access your Cisco router? ASDM? SSH or Telnet? 

 

 

For the scan to email, how is the scan to email set up? For example, do you have a specific Active Directory account that is designated for it like a fake user called Scan Email?

 

Not sure about the cisco router. If I wanted to access it I would just type in the ip address which prompts a log in screen. I have not accessed it in a long time and only to see what settings where in place when I had to fix a different problem from a while ago.

 

As for the scan to email setup. You log into the scanner with a web browser and access it through an ip address. From there in the address book menu you can add users to send to an email address, fax, ftp, desktop, or network folder. You add an user, label it, what file format you want to send it as, and give it a destination. You can then select this user from a menu when you want to scan something on the machine and send it to the destination you want.

 

There is no Active Directory account specifically designated for the scanner to my knowledge. There are folders that are used as a destination for the scanner however. It does not matter what the destination and for whom it is. No one seems to be able to use the scanner and send it to any destination after a certain time period. I have not checked every single user however. I think 5 or 6 addresses where checked with different destinations where some where to desktop folders or emails and none of them worked.


Edited by AzureDrag0n1, 26 May 2017 - 03:50 PM.





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