This tab defines server, file transfer, and file retention options.
|Home Directory||Enter the root directory where the server will create all temporary directories and files necessary for running the application. The service account for the service must have full control (read & write permission) of this directory.|
|Server Address||Enter the server name or IP address of the server which will be used by the Konica Minolta MFP to connect to the AutoStore server. The component will try to detect the server automatically. In instances where the network configuration is complex, it will likely be necessary to enter the server name or IP address.|
|Application Port||Enter the port number used to run the embedded KM Open API Server. The entry references the port to be used when accessing the web user-interface URL. The default value for an unsecured connection is 50001 and for a secured connection (SSL) is 50003.|
|Use SSL||Select this check box to require the Konica Minolta OpenAPI server and the WebDAV server to run as secured connections (SSL).|
|Open API Application ID||Select the Application ID for the Open API Application. When a Open API application
is registered on the MFP, it uses a
unique ID to distinguished it from other Open API applications.
For example, when working with two AutoStore servers, one of the AutoStore servers would be able to remove both Open API Application's on the MFP, even if the application is registered by the second AutoStore server. Using different Application ID's provides a solution to this situation. With one server, the default ID "AutoStore" is used. For additional servers, use preset ID's of "AutoStore1" through "AutoStore9".
Specifies the number of minutes until a session times out if AutoStore server does not receive any events from the MFP. At the end of this interval, the server deletes all data associated with a session including RRT values and field values entered before the user pressed the Start button.
The default value for this option is 15 minutes. You may want to increase this value if you experience or anticipate users spending more than the specified number of minutes between pressing the Scan hardware button and the Finish scan software button, as no events are received from the MFP between pressing these two buttons.
|WebDAV Port||Enter the port number used to run the embedded WebDAV server. The entry references the port which will accept incoming files through HTTP. The default value for an unsecured connection is 8080 and for a secured connection (SSL) is 443.|
|Encryption||Select this check box to turn on encryption functionality. Documents and meta-data will be encrypted upon scanning and decrypted on the server.|
|FTP Port||Enter the port number used to run the embedded FTP server. The entry references the
port which will accept incoming files
through FTP. The default value 2121. SSL is not supported. This will use a passive
FTP port. Note that the Konica Minolta MFP
devices require their OpenAPI port settings to be configured.
If the device has problems communicating with the server, ensure the port settings on the server and the device match. Also ensure there is no firewall software or hardware blocking the specified port and that IP-routing has been set-up to allow communication on this port.
|Processed Files||Select this check box to keep a copy of all files that are processed without errors. Enter the directory where these files will be stored. Note that if this option is selected, a copy of every file that has been routed successfully is saved in the Processed Files directory. Make sure that sufficient disk storage is allocated when using this option. The service account for the service must have write permission to this directory.|
|Rejected Files||Select this check box to keep a copy of all files that were not processed. Enter the directory where these files will be stored. The service account for the service must have write permissions to this directory.|