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May 01,  · Installing the Kyocera print driver and setting it up for job accounting. This is the steps you can take if the Kyocera ci isn’t printing on a Mac because it no longer provides a location to enter a job accounting ID. You will make two presets that will set up B&W and color, and from there everything else can be tweaked from the standard MacOS printer dialog. Aug 09,  · 1 Open Kyocera Print Panel (you can open this through spotlight — command+space), select your printer, click on “Job” on the left side, and you can enter your account ID after you check the box under “Job Accounting.”.

 

Job accounting kyocera mac.Kyocera ci Job Accounting on MacOS – Printers & Scanners – Spiceworks

Sep 15,  · Hello, Please how do i locate the job accounting feature on the printer. am on mac, i use kyocera fs mfp. kallatech wrote: I have a client who wants to know if there is a way to get a mac laptop to print to a kyocera laser printer and prompt for a code? This is the steps you can take if the Kyocera ci isn’t printing on a Mac because it no longer provides a location to enter a job accounting ID. You will make two presets that will set up B&W and color, and from there everything else can be tweaked from the standard MacOS printer dialog. Aug 09,  · 1 Open Kyocera Print Panel (you can open this through spotlight — command+space), select your printer, click on “Job” on the left side, and you can enter your account ID after you check the box under “Job Accounting.”.
 
 
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Get a mac to print to a kyocera and prompt for a accounting code – Printers & Scanners – Spiceworks

Step 1: Remove the Kyocera from System Preferences.

I have a client who wants to know if there is a way to get a mac laptop to print to a kyocera laser printer and prompt for a code? The user puts in the code and then accounting can track how many pages are printed and can bill accordingly. Install the Driver, then in the print dialog screen, there should be a Printer Features or Job Handling section where the code can be registered, Save that as a preset.

Macs won’t prompt. If they use multiple codes they will have to make multiple presets, or type in a code each time they print. Should be under printing features, job accounting.

What specific model are you printing to, and have you downloaded the drivers from www. Please how do i locate the job accounting feature on the printer. I have client on whose system Kyocera ci has been installed, but unable to enter the job accounting code, pls help.

I have the same problem with the same printer. Job Accounting is not an option in Print Setting with the most up to date driver. I just installed about 30 of these and the tech actually set up one Mac. I have spent hours trying and have had no luck. No where to install a code on teh Mac or the driver. Brand new driver. As fun as 2. If in the print dialog there is no Job Accounting section, you probably aren’t running the correct driver. That said, if you need help, Open a new topic with the following.

Model of machine you’re trying to have the Mac Print to? Did you download and install the driver for that Model from www. When you added the Printer to the Mac via the IP Printing section, did it autopopulate the Driver field at the bottom, or did it say Generic Postscript?

Well, we are using a bunch of different printers, I was focused on the TAci. I went to the Kyoceradocuments website and downloaded the only driver for Mac OS Version 3. Well, while if you look at the 22 page manual setup guide is gives no information how to set it up to use the code required for the printer.

If I can lay hands on a Mac, I’ll keep digging, but by following the attached PDF, it looks like it tells you to switch to PCL and you lose a lot of functions according to the matrix. The job accounting isn’t on the printer preferences screen like it should be. And it’s not easily found Working Technology is an IT service provider. I am having this issue with a MacBook Air trying to find where to enter the Accounting Codes for a Kyocera ci and i. The driver did autopopulate, however, the setting to add the accounting code isn’t readily available.

I can’t change the setting from here. I am able to add the code and print to both using Windows 7 in Parallels. Any help much appreciated. When you print, click show options, change the default settings from the program you’re using to Job Accounting, add the code there.

That is, after you install the printer using an ip address and using the lpd driver Kyocera provides. We are using a print server which means for PC’s, you find the printer in the shared printers- click install and it is all set! When you tell it to print it just asks for the code. BUT Mac is totally different. It took three different tech people from Kyocera to get it working.

Download proper device drive and install it. Go to Kyoceradocumentsolutions. When finished, then map the printer above by using IP. Three choices appear, you must choose IP, then in the address spot, add the ip to the printer that matches the driver you downloaded and already installed. Leave Queue alone, and change the name from the IP address to the official printer name above. Location is optional, but we have it in the name so not important. Then at the bottom click add.

Then, the third choice it says copies and pages, click on that and choose job accounting. When that comes up, select the job account check box, and then put your account number 4 digit code for printers. A dialog box will appear, please name it for the printer you are setting up- the same as the printer name and select All printers. Click on ok and then back out and you are done with that application. To do another application, start again with step 7 and go through step 9, using that choices of the printer you have already created.

Do that to application you might want to print to in the future. I just solved it: this may be a bit different if you are using a older version of macOS sierra but the accounting setting should be found similarly. Now comes the tricky part. If you still can’t see it, there might be more dropdown menus but you are in the right place. To continue this discussion, please ask a new question. Get answers from your peers along with millions of IT pros who visit Spiceworks.

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Verify your account to enable IT peers to see that you are a professional. The client tested it and it communicates but does not prompt for the accounting code. My client said he would try it on Monday. Thank you for all the information. Hello, Please how do i locate the job accounting feature on the printer. Hi, I have client on whose system Kyocera ci has been installed, but unable to enter the job accounting code, pls help.

Hey – There are two forms of job accounting : 1 a pin code that the user enters to access the copier feature and 2 a pin code that is associated with the print job being sent to the machine this code needs to be entered to retrieve the prints from the Q Please could you let me know which one it is that you need help with? You might try swapping back to KDPL mode. I’ve seen Mac dialogs for entering accounting codes, but I don’t see the same ones on my Mac.

I went to the above Kyocera link to download a driver. What am I doing wrong? It’s a pain to have to use Bootcamp every time I need to print to my office’s Kyocera task alpha Any help is appreciated. These are the steps- not pritty, but the last ones are critical. Connect to network 2. Once downloaded, click to install. When finished, then map the printer above by using IP 4. When finished, open word. Make a document and go to file print.

On the top choose the printer you just added. I just solved it: this may be a bit different if you are using a older version of macOS sierra but the accounting setting should be found similarly 1. Hope this help.

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