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Viewing the printer information

    To see the complete list of information, make sure that an audit is performed on the printer. For more information, see Auditing printers.

  1. From the Printers menu, click Printer Listing.

  2. Click the IP address of the printer.

  3. View the following information:

    • Status —The status of the printer.
    • Supplies —The supply details and remaining supply percentage.
    • Identification —The printer network identification information.
    • Note:  The time zone information is available only in some printer models.

    • Dates —The date the printer is added to the system, the discovery date, and the most recent audit date.
    • Firmware —The printer firmware properties and code levels.
    • Capabilities —The printer features.
    • Memory Options —The hard disk size and user flash free space.
    • Input Options —The settings for the available trays.
    • Output Options —The settings for the available bins.
    • eSF Applications —The information about the installed Embedded Solutions Framework (eSF) applications on the printer.
    • Printer Statistics —The specific values for each of the printer properties.
    • Change Details —The information about the changes in the printer.
    • Note:  This information is available only in printers that are in a Managed (Changed) state. For more information, see Understanding printer life cycle states.

    • Printer Credentials —The credentials used in the configuration assigned to the printer.
    • Default Printer Certificate —The properties of the printer certificate.
    • Notes:

      • This information is available only in some printer models.
      • An Expiring Soon validity status indicates that the certificate expires within 30 days.
    • Configuration Properties —The properties of the configuration assigned to the printer.
    • Active Alerts —The printer alerts that are waiting to be cleared.
    • Assigned Events —The events assigned to the printer.
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