Configure settings on this tab to set the location where the server stores the program files for the job that is processing.
The root directory where the server creates all temporary directories and files that control device-related traffic. The server must have permission to write to this directory.
|Web Server Port||
Type the port number that the web server uses to communicate with the MFP device. Verify that you configure the device to use the same port number that you assign to the Toshiba Unified Client component. The default value is 3310.
Select this check box to allow information exchange between the server and the MFP device over an SSL enabled secure channel.
|Choose Certificate||Specifies the certificate to be used with SSL.|
|Certificate Password||Specifies the password that corresponds to the certificate.|
These options allow the workflow to retain processed or rejected files.
Select this check box to store processed files after the service successfully writes them to the destination location. In the adjacent box, specify the folder in which to store the files.
Warning: If this is option is enabled, a copy of every file that has been routed successfully is saved in the Processed files directory. Make sure that sufficient disk space is allocated for the specified directory.
Select this check box to store rejected files that fail to reach the destination location. In the adjacent box, specify the folder in which to store the files.
There are many possible reasons for failures. You can research them by examining the server application log file entries. It is recommended to have a secondary process take this folder as an input and notify a system administrator of a failure.
Note: The service account for the service must have write permissions on the Processed Files and Rejected Files directories.