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Konica Minolta IWS Gen 2 Cloud Terminal


  • Make sure that you have Cloud Terminal Integration enabled (for information on how to do this, see the  Enable Cloud terminal integration guide).
  • Make sure that you have a signing certificate selected. To check this, log in to SAFEQ Cloud Web UI and navigate to Security > PKI and encryption. The Signing certificate field must not be blank.
  • Konica Minolta MarketPlace is installed on the MFD.


Card readers

  • YSoft Card Readers: If you plan to use your MFDs with the YSoft Card Reader in KM mode, you must configure the Cloud Terminal application as a start-up application (kiosk mode). This limitation does not apply to Card Readers in Keyboard mode. Note that the MFDs must have a correct Loadable Device Driver installed. 
  • Keyboard Wedge: In order to use Card Readers with Keyboard Wedge, the MFDs must have a correct Loadable Device Driver installed.
  • If you use a card reader in the Keyboard mode, the users won't be able to swipe their cards when the input field is focused.
  • Other Card Readers: See the manufacturer's documentation for installation and setup.

Cloud print

  • Media type selection is not supported.
  • Toner save (economy printing) is not supported.
  • Printing 2 or more pages per sheet is not supported.


  • The Zoom function depends on MFD's ability to autorotate the original. If this function is restricted or not supported, zooming may not work as expected. Autorotate restriction is configurable in device administration: Utility > Administrator Settings > System Settings > Restrict User Access > Restrict Operation.
  • The Zoom function depends on MFD's detection of paper tray's paper sizes. For some devices, you may need to configure the paper sizes in paper trays manually.


  • Automatic paper size detection depends on the MFD's capabilities. A3 models generally have good detection, but smaller A4 devices do not. For example, if you put legal-sized paper (8.5 x 14.0 inches) in the paper tray of such MFD, it will be detected as A4, and the scan will be cropped.
    When scanning mixed paper sizes, the paper size of the document is set to the largest paper in the tray, and smaller pages have blank spaces.


  • Accounting is not supported when using Native copy or Advanced (native) scan functionality.

Proxy settings

If your MFD needs to access the public Internet via a dedicated (non-local) gateway, such as a VPN with a proxy server, you must perform the following steps in the MFD settings of the browser.

  1. On the MFD panel home screen, tap Web Browser.

  2. In the Web Browser, tap Menu and then tap Settings.
  3. Authenticate with the Administrator password.
  4. Tap Proxy Setting.
  5. Check the Use Proxy checkbox and enter the Proxy Server address and ports.

  6. If the Proxy server needs authentication, check also Enable Proxy Authentication checkbox and fill Account Name and Password in Proxy Authentication settings.
  7. Tap OK to save the proxy settings.

Installing the Konica Minolta Cloud Terminal

Install the terminal from Konica Minolta MarketPlace. The name of the application in MarketPlace is SAFEQ Cloud Secure Print & Scan.

For remote installation, see

For installation at the MFD, see

The Konica Minolta Cloud Terminal supports copying app settings. See

To copy the settings, log in to Marketplace at the MFD or set up periodical sync in the Marketplace app at the MFD. Note that the screensaver on the MFD must be enabled.

Registering the Cloud Terminal in the SAFEQ Cloud Web UI

  1. After the terminal installation, you will see the following screen. Note down the endpoint ID.

  2. In SAFEQ Cloud web UI, go to  Endpoints  and find the entry that contains the endpoint ID from the previous step.

  3. Select the entry and click Authorize selected.
  4. Back on the MFD, you will see the following screen. Note down the serial number (SN).

Adding Konica Minolta printer and Embedded configuration in SAFEQ Cloud Web UI

  1. In the SAFEQ Cloud Web UI, go to  Embedded clients.
  2. If not done already, create an embedded configuration for Konica Minolta by clicking  Add.
  3. In  Vendor, select Konica Minolta .
  4. In Application Type, select IWS Gen 2.
  5. Fill in the rest of the configuration according to your needs and click  Save. For more information on embedded configuration, see Embedded Terminals' configuration.

    • Enable ID Copy adds the ID Copy quick action to My quick actions screen on the MFD. This instant action allows users to copy both sides of their ID/IC card and print them out on one sheet of paper.
  6. Go to  Printers (Output Ports).
  7. Click  Add.
  8. In  Vendor, select Konica Minolta .

  9. In  Device serial , enter the serial number that you noted down.
  10. Fill in the rest of the required information according to your needs.
  11. Select the checkbox next to  Embedded software . This will display additional fields related to embedded configuration.
  12. In  Embedded configuration, select your Konica Minolta embedded configuration from the list.
  13. Click  Save.
  14. The MFD will now display a login screen with your chosen authentication type. If not, tap Reload.

Logging in as machine administrator

To change settings and configure the device, you can log in as a machine administrator from the authentication screen or device code flow screen or error screens that might appear instead of the authentication screen.

  1. Tap the gear icon in the top-right corner.

  2. Fill in the administrator password and tap Login.
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