Enable Cloud Terminal Integration. For information on how to do this see the section Enable Cloud terminal integration.
The device is set up according to the Device setup section.


Known Limitations

  • To install, uninstall, or reinstall a device, it needs to be in power saver mode.
  • If the device is in sleep mode, swiping a card at the card reader will not authenticate the user.
  • Username information is not propagated when printing a job. This means that all print jobs printed on the MFD/SFD are printed under Local User. This behavior is consistent across the whole solution, for all vendor terminals.

Cloud Print

Finishing options:

  • The booklet is not supported.
  • Only Output trays 1-4 are supported.
  • Supported paper sizes: A3, A4, A5, B4, B5, LEGAL, LETTER.
  • Media type (type of paper) is not supported.
  • Landscape page orientation is not supported.
  • DPI is not supported.

Advanced finishing options:

  • Only Stapling and Punching options are supported (saddle stapling is not supported).

Installing and uninstalling FUJIFILM BI Cloud Terminal

Using Terminal Deployment Tool

  1. Download the Terminal Deployment Tool from Y Soft Partner Portal.
  2. Follow the instructions in section Terminal Deployment Tool.

Alternatively, you can use the SAFEQ Cloud web UI:

  1. After adding the printer and Embedded (see section Adding FUJIFILM BI printer and Embedded in SAFEQ Cloud below), go to “Embedded Clients” and open the newly created Embedded.
  2. Click “Install and Configure”.
  3. Follow the instructions in the modal dialog shown below:

Using Configuration UI

To access the configuration web UI, type https://{device IP}:58070/configuration (substitute {device IP} with the IP address of your device) into the address bar of your web browser.

To configure the device, fill in the following fields:

  • Server URL – address of the SQTS, Idm, and scan server (for ex. https://rnd14167.rnd.local)
    In case of a non-standard deployment (for example, a proxy is used), check the Override default values checkbox and fill in all properties.
  • API key – API access key set up in SAFEQ Cloud.
  • Admin username/password – login credentials set up in the MFD.

URL addresses of the SQTS, Idm, and scan server are automatically created from the Server URL by suffixing the respective ports to it. For a custom deployment (for example with a proxy), use Terminal Deployment Tool.
h2. Registering Cloud terminal in the SAFEQ Cloud web interface

  1. Upon installing the MFD, you will see a screen with the ID of the device (prefixed with “ff_”). Note the ID number.
  2. In SAFEQ Cloud web UI, navigate to the “Endpoints” menu and look for an entry with the noted ID number. Select the checkbox and click “AUTHORIZE SELECTED”.
  3. Back on the MFD, you should see the following screen:

Adding FUJIFILM BI printer and Embedded in SAFEQ Cloud

  1. Navigate to customer – “Printers”.
  2. Click “ADD”.
  3. Select FUJIFILM BI from the “Vendor” drop-down menu.
  4. Fill in all required information (use the serial number from the previous step).
  5. Click “Save”.
  6. Add your FUJIFILM BI embedded configuration according to the section Embedded.

Setup the device after installation/configuration

Turn on custom service authentication on the device

  1. In the address bar of your web browser, type https://[DeviceIP] (substitute [DeviceIP] with the IP address of your device).
  2. Log in as administrator.
  3. Navigate to the “Permissions” tab.
  4. Navigate to “Authentication and Accounting”.
  5. Click “Authentication/Accounting Type”.
  6. Select “Custom” and click “Save”.

Configure access to the device functions

To restrict access to walk-up functions by user access right setting, configure the Access Control as described below. By doing this, the authentication screen becomes the home screen and the user needs to authenticate to access any functions.

  1. Go to: “Permissions” – “Permissions” – “Access Control”.
  2. Set “Device Control Panel Access” to “Locked”.
  3. Click “Save”.

If you want to define access to individual functions separately, set “App Access” instead of “Device Control Panel Access”.
After uninstallation of the Embedded Terminal from the MFD, these settings need to be set to “Unlocked” in order to allow access to the MFD’s functions again.

Configure color copy restriction (optional)

For the terminal to restrict access to Full-color copy by user access right setting, configure the Access Control in the following way:

  1. Go to: “Permissions” – “Permissions” – “Access Control”.
  2. Set “Color Copying” to “Locked”.
  3. Click “Save”.


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