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Re: Scan-to-SMB Protocol

Art Post ·
Hi Shane TY, for the awesome thread! Sorry, I can't help you with t your question. I'm sure someone else may be able to chime in. Can anyone help Shane?
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Re: Scan-to-SMB Protocol

fisher ·
Your newer Ricoh machines can do it provided that the firmware is up to date.
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Re: Scan-to-SMB Protocol

Shane Mattix ·
Update: Regardless of what I've found on forums or replies, true SMB2 or SMB3 scanning is not currently supported. Ricoh has acknowledged and is quickly working on firmware. As of now, there will be an updated firmware available before 8/1/2017 for all of the latest Mono "55" series and Color "04" series. Additionally, there will be more firmware released for the mid-volume, production, and desktop models in between now and the end of the year for current models. From what I understand,...
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Re: Scan-to-SMB Protocol

VinceMcHugh ·
A good test is if it will scan to a current MAC which does not support SMB 1. The Samsungs have worked, and I believe the Konica Minoltas too. The Canon MFDs do not, not even the latest V3 IR-Advance MFDs. We need to add Authorized Send to support this. Vince
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Re: Scan-to-SMB Protocol

Art Post ·
Fisher do you have documentation for the "browse to folder" feature? I have not seen it anywhere
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Scan-to-SMB Protocol

Shane Mattix ·
Hey P4P'ers! Quick question - I have several clients who abide religiously by the NIST standards for IT security. As a result, there are several of my clients that are currently working to disable SMB 1 on their servers and workstations - as per guidelines for upcoming audits. For a few of my clients, this has caused some headaches and they've re-enabled them for the time being. Moreover, with the recent security issues brought about by SMB 1 hackers, this has got to be something that is...
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