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<td NOSAVE><!doctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en"> <html> <body> <table CELLSPACING=8 CELLPADDING=0 WIDTH="100%" NOSAVE > <tr> <td> <a NAME="SecurityRisk"></a> <b><font size=+2>Reducing security risk on Web Browsers and E-Mail readers</font></b> <p>A large percentage of computer compromises occur from weaknesses in web browsers and e-mail readers. Please read the instructions below and take the appropriate steps for the software that you use. We all need to do our part to protect against further infections and attacks and the disruption in service that follows. <br><br> </p> <ul> <li> <b><font size=+1>Internet Explorer</font></b> <ul> <li>1.Check your version of Internet Explorer. You should be running one of the following:<br> (To check your version, go to the Help menu and choose About Internet Explorer) <ul> <li>Version 5.01, Service Pack 2</li> <li>Version 5.5, Service Pack 2</li> <li>Version 6</li> </ul> <br><font color="#006600">The 5.5 and 6 versions are available from <a href="http://update.microsoft.com">Microsoft Update</a> and can be installed using the local admin account. If you cannot upgrade to 5.5 or 6 contact the support team.</font> </li> <li>2.Increase your security level to at least Medium in order to prevent your browser from downloading potentially unsafe content.<br> <ul> <li>From the Tools menu, select Internet Options...</li> <li>From there, select the Security tab.</li> <li>Click the Default Level button in the lower right area.</li> <li>Move the slider to security level Medium: Prompts before downloading potentially unsafe content.</li> </ul> <br><img src="images/rsr01.bmp" height=459 width=406> </li> </ul> </li> <br> <li><b><font size=+1>Outlook Express</font></b> <ul> <li>1.Disable the Preview Pane to prevent Outlook Express from downloading mail messages with potentially unsafe content. Viewing email messages with the Preview Pane can cause viruses to activate. <ul> <li>From the Tools menu, select Options...</li> <li>From there, select the Read tab.</li> <li>Deselect the box for Automatically download message when viewing in the Preview Pane.<br><br> <img src="images/rsr21.jpg" height=453 width=439></li> </ul> </li> </ul> </li> <br> <li><b><font size=+1>Outlook Express 6</font></b> <ul> <li>1.Disable the Preview Pane to prevent Outlook Express from downloading mail messages with potentially unsafe content. Viewing email messages with the Preview Pane can cause viruses to activate.<br><img src="images/rsr02.bmp" height=436 width=382> <p>(Outlook Express and Outlook Express 6)</p> </li> <li>2.Prevent active content, such as ActiveX Controls and scripts, to be run from inside HTML e-mail messages. <ul> <li>From the Tools menu, select Options...</li> <li>From there, select the Security tab.</li> <li>Click on the dot by Restricted sites zone (More secure).</li> </ul> <br><img src="images/rsr03.bmp" height=460 width=439> </li> </ul> </li> <br> <li><b><font size=+1>Netscape</font></b> <br>Generally, the less code that can be run by the browser or e-mail client the better. <b><i>Java</i></b>, <b><i>JavaScript</i></b> and <b><i>JavaScript for Mail and News</i></b> can be turned on or off in the Netscape preferences. <br>At the very least disable <b><i>JavaScript for Mail and News</i></b>. You may also disable <b><i>JavaScript</i></b> and <b><i>Java</i></b> but this may become impractical since many laboratory and commercial web sites use Java and JavaScript. <ul> <li>In the Edit - Preferences - Advanced menu, de-select JavaScript for Mail and News (if the box is checked).</li> </ul> <br><img src="images/rsr04.bmp" height=466 width=545> </li> </ul> Thanks for your cooperation.<br> If you need further assistance contact the Network Administrator <a href="mailto:ruben@auger.org.ar">ruben@auger.org.ar</a> or the UTN Computing support group<a href="mailto:soporte@auger.org.ar">soporte@auger.org.ar</a> <p><b>Thanks to John Konc from Fermilab for this document.</b><br> </td> </tr> <tr VALIGN=TOP NOSAVE> <td> <br><br> <a NAME="AccessingInternet"></a> <b><font size=+2>Accessing Internet</font></b> <p> The local network at Malarg&uuml;e is built starting from a dual network server consisting in two server-machines configured identically. The sub-network is a public Class C, connected via AUGER-firewall/AUGER-router to Internet, and via CDAS-firewall to Class B private CDAS sub-network. In the public sub-network there are several machines, included the DPA group, the CDAS public server, and others.</font><br> </p> <p> <center> <b><font size=+2>Connecting your computer to the local network</font></b><br> </center> </p> <center> <p> <b><i><font face="Courier New, Courier, mono"><font color="#CC0000"><font size=+1>Note!!!: Before any modification in your configuration, please write your actual values in order to return to the original setup later.</font></font></font></i></b> </p> </center> <br> <p> <b><u>1) <font color="#000000">Direct connection to Internet.</font></u></b> <ul> <li><font color="#000000">You can plug in a computer in any of the sockets that are installed in the assembly building or the office building.</font></li> <li>Alternatively, you can use the <b><font color="#CC0000">Wireless Internet Service</font></b><font color="#000000"> provided within the campus, which requires that you buy for your computer a wireless internet adapter that <b>must be IEEE 802.11 compliant (b or g devices will work smoothly).</b></font> </li> </ul> </p> <p> <font color="#000000">Two configurations are possibles:</font><br> <font color="#000000">- One with automatic address allocation (DHCP) for Visitors and Temporal Members.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- One with static IP address (Malarg&uuml;e permanent users only).</font> </p> <p><font color=red><big><b>Note: If a static address is needed, the administrators have to be consulted first.</b></big></font></p> <p><b><u><font color="#000000">1.a) In case of automatic adresses</font></u></b></p> <ul> <li><font color="#000000">You should activate the DHCP automatic assignment and disable the DNS configuration.</font></li> <li><b><i><font color="#000000">For Windows users:</font></i></b></li> <li><font color="#000000">Start --> Control Panel --> Network Connections</font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Right-click on top the LAN network connection and select <b>Properties</b></font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Then you should double-click on the following picture:</font></li> </ul> <p><img src="images/Comput1.gif" BORDER=0 height=18 width=242></p> <ul> <li><font color="#000000">You should activate the automatic IP as the following picture.</font></li> </ul> <p><img src="images/Comput2.gif" BORDER=0 height=25 width=196></p> <ul> <li><font color="#000000">To end, you need to disable the DNS. To do so, select the DNS panel and do as following:</font></li> </ul> <p><img src="images/Comput3.gif" BORDER=0 height=91 width=347></p> <ul> <li><font color="#000000">To activate the configuration, the system has to be restarted.</font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Now go to the proxy configurating part (Below the "In case of an automatic adress" part). <a href="/computing.shtml#Proxy">Click on this link</a></font></li> </ul> <p><b><u><font color="#000000">1.b) In the case of statics adresses</font></u></b></p> <p><font color="#000000">Your configuration should be:</font></p> <center> <table COLS=2 WIDTH="50%"> <tr> <td>IP address</td> <td>168.96.148.<i>xxx</i></td> </tr> <tr NOSAVE> <td></td> </tr> <tr NOSAVE> <td NOSAVE>Netmask</td> <td>255.255.255.0</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Gateway</td> <td>168.96.148.254</td> </tr> <tr> <td>DNS1</td> <td>168.96.148.224</td> </tr> <tr> <td>DNS2</td> <td>168.96.148.231</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Domain</td> <td><tt>auger.org.ar</tt></td> </tr> </table> </center> <p>where <i>xxx</i> is a number assigned by the administrator (you need to check that your selected number is not being used simultaneously by nobody else!). Under <b><i>UNIX</i></b> -like, this configuration can be set up with the following commands (as root):</p> <blockquote> <tt># ifconfig eth0:0 168.96.148.xxx</tt><br> <tt># route del default</tt><br> <tt># route add default gw 168.96.148.254</tt> </blockquote> <p>Now go to the proxy configurating part (Below the "In case of an automatic adress" part).</p> <p><b><u><font color="#000000">1.c) Configurating the proxy.&nbsp;</font></u></b></p> <a name="Proxy"></a> <p><font color="#000000">Here is the last step!</font> <p><font color="#FF0000">Note that proxy use is mandatory to access the outside network and keeps the bandwidth available for data transfers.</font></p> <p><b><i><font color="#000000">For Windows users:</font></i></b></p> <ul> <li><font color="#000000">Start --> Control Panel</font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Click on the "Internet Options" icon.</font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Choose the "Connections" panel.</font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Click LAN Settings.</font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Now configurate as following:</font></li> </ul> <img src="images/Proxy_Conf.JPG" height=329 width=384> <ul> <li><b><i><font color="#000000">For UNIX-like users:</font></i></b></li> <li><font color="#000000">Open a terminal:</font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Write: "netscape &amp;"</font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Under Netscape click on the "Edit" menu.</font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Then click on "Preferences".</font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Select "Advanced" scrolling part.</font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Click on "Manual proxy configuration".</font></li> <li><font color="#000000">Then configurate as following:</font></li> </ul> <img src="images/Linux_conf.JPG" height=422 width=489> <br> <p><b><u><font color="#000000">1.d) Connection behind the CDAS firewall.&nbsp;</font></u></b></p> <br> <p> <font color="#000000">If you have a UNIX machine (or if you have MS Windows and use it to connect with outside nodes), you can put it behind the CDAS firewall by connecting from the CDAS room.</font> </p> <br> <ul> <li><font color="#000000"><b><i>Connecting from the FD building.</i></b></font></li> </ul> <p><font color="#000000">You need to set up the connection as DHCP and all parameters will be set up automagically !</font></p> <ul> <li><font color="#000000"><b><i>If you have problems...</i></b>&nbsp;</font></li> </ul> <br> <p> <font color="#000000">If you cannot resolve host names, be sure you have put the corresponding nameservers in your configuration. In most UNIX boxes, the file to check is <tt>/etc/resolv.conf</tt>, that should have something like</font> <br><br><br> <blockquote> <tt><font color="#000000">search auger.org.ar</font></tt><br> <tt><font color="#000000">nameserver 168.96.148.224</font></tt><br> <tt><font color="#000000">nameserver 168.96.148.231</font></tt> </blockquote> <br> </p> <p> <font color="#000000">If you are behind the CDAS firewall, you will not be able to use active ftp. That means that if you want to do ftp, you must enter after the connection as first command passive.</font> </p> <p> <font color="#000000">If you are behind the CDAS firewall, it is impossible to be contacted by any host on the other side of the firewall. If you want people to connect to your computer, you must put it in direct contact with the Internet (<a href="http://www.auger.org.ar/computing.html#AccessingInternet">see above</a>).</font> </p> <font color="#000000">If you still have problems you can contact the <a href="mailto:ruben@auger.org.ar">Ruben Squartini - Computer Systems Administrator</a> or <a href="mailto:fcontreras@auger.org.ar">Fernando Contreras - Computer Systems Expert</a></font> <p> <br><br> <a NAME="MailAndAccounts"></a> <b><font size=+2>Mail and Accounts</font></b> </p> <p> <br> <font color="#000000">The mail services are currently provided by a Mail Gateway installed at the site. To use it you first need an internal account in DPA/public group or in the Main Internet Server or you can just use your standard mail account and point your outgoing mail server to the Mail Gateway.<br> <ul> <li>If you have an account inside "auger.org.ar"</li> The configuration is already set up in all the public machines. If you are setting up a your machine on the network use:<br> <ul> <li>Incoming mail: imap.auger.org.ar</li> Secure SSL connection (port 993) <li>Outgoing mail: smtp.auger.org.ar</li> </ul> <li>If your account is NOT @auger.org.ar</li> Modify your actual configuration just to set up the Mail Gateway as your outgoing mail server <ul> <li>Outgoing mail: smtp.auger.org.ar</li> </ul> </ul> You can ask for a local mail account sending an e-mail to <a href="mailto:ruben@auger.org.ar">Ruben Squartini</a></font> </p> <p> <font color="#000000">Presently, there is five user's machine available for opening accounts at the site. If you need an account on this machines (all Linux boxes), contact <a href="mailto:ruben@auger.org.ar">Ruben Squartini</a>. Such accounts also enable to send and receive mail.</font> </p> <p> <br><br> <a NAME="Printing"></a> <b><font size=+2>Printing</font></b> </p> <font color="#000000">There are two public printers at the Office Building and one in the upper floor of the Assembly Building.<br> <ul> <li> <font color="#008000" size=+1>A Hewlett Packard LaserJet 2100 TN (network laser printer) in the hallway of Assembly Building upper floor.</font> <ul> <li> <font color="#000000">The printer's name is: <b>dpa.auger.org.ar</b></font><br> <font color="#000000">and its IP number is: 168.96.148.229</font> <p> <font color="#000000"><b>To enable printing from a UNIX machine you need to define a queue for the remote printer.</b></font><br> <font color="#000000">In those systems controlled by /etc/printcap entries, the queue can be enabled inserting in that file</font><br> <font color="#000000">the following specifications:</font> </p> <p> <font color="#000000">lp:sd=/var/spool/lpd/lp:mx#0:sh:rm=168.96.148.229:rp=:lp=:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs:rp=:lp=:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs:</font> </p> <p><font color="#000000">If you can not print, check if the /var/log/lpd-errs exist. If not create it and restart the lpd deamon.</font></p> <p><font color="#000000"><b>Configuration Documentation under WinXP:</b></font></p> <p> <font color="#000000"> <ul> <li>Open: Start --> Printers and faxes</li> <li>Double click: Add printer</li> <li>Click: Next</li> <li>Select: Local printer attached to my PC</li> <li>Be sure that the checkbox "Automatically detect..." is cleared.</li> <li>Click: Next</li> <li>Select: Create new port</li> <li>Select: Standard TCP/IP port</li> <li>Click: Next</li> <li>Click: Next</li> <li>Type: 168.96.148.229</li> <li>Click: Next</li> <li>Click: End</li> <li>Wait some second to allow Windows to set up the new port</li> <li>Select: Vendor = HP</li> <li>Select: Model = HP Laserjet 2100 PCL6</li> <li>Click: Next</li> <li>Click: Next</li> <li>Click: Next</li> <li>Click: End</li> </ul> </font> </p> <br> <br> <!-- CONTINUE FROM HERE --> <br> <p><font color="#000000"><b>Configuration Documentation under Win9x/ME:</b></font></p> <p> <font color="#000000">The first things to do is to download two files from ftp://ftp.auger.org.ar/pub/drivers/LJ_2100TN/Win9x_ME/</font><br> <font color="#000000">- NetPrintig_Wizard_"language".exe</font><br> <font color="#000000">- PCL6_Driver_"language".exe</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">So, you have to launch the file PCL6_Driver_"language".exe</font><br> <font color="#000000">A pop-up window asks you to choose a directory (by default is c:\ljxxx\)</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">- Type "C:\HP2100TN" into the text box.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Unzip" button and next on "Ok" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">Now you can delete the PCL6_Driver_"language".exe file.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">Then, launch the NetPrintig_Wizard_"language".exe file.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Yes" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Check the "HP Network Printer Wizard" checkbox and click on the "Finish" button</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">- Wait for the Wizard to start.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- When the printer is found, click on the "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Type "augerm" in the first pop-up window and validate with the "Ok" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Type "cosmico" in the second pop-up window and validate with the "Ok" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">- Verify that TCP/IP protocol is selected,</font><br> <font color="#000000">&nbsp; The right parameters in this window are:</font><br> <font color="#000000">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; IP Address: 168.96.148.229</font><br> <font color="#000000">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Netmask: 255.255.255.0</font><br> <font color="#000000">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Gateway: 168.96.148.254</font><br> <font color="#000000">&nbsp; and click on "Next" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Use disk" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Select "C:\HP2100TN\hp2100p6.inf"</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Open" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Set the printer name (pe: HP2100TN).</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Finish" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">If the "Print a Test Page" was selected then check the Test Page in the printer and click on the "Ok" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Ok" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">Congratulations !.</font><br> <font color="#000000">You can now print on the LaserJet 2100.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">Finally you can delete the NetPrinting_Wizard_"language".exe file.</font><br> </p> </li> </ul> </li> <li> <font color="#008000" size=+1>A Minolta-QMS 3260 (network laser printer) in the CDAS room at the upper floor.</font> <ul> <li> <font color="#000000">The printer's name is: <b>qms.auger.org.ar</b></font><br> <font color="#000000">and its IP number is: 168.96.148.230</font> <p> <font color="#000000"><b>To enable printing from a UNIX machine you need to define a queue for the remote printer.</b></font><br> <font color="#000000">In those systems controlled by /etc/printcap entries, the queue can be enabled inserting in that file</font><br> <font color="#000000">the following specifications:</font> </p> <p> <font color="#000000">lp:sd=/var/spool/lpd/lp:mx#0:sh:rm=168.96.148.230:rp=:lp=:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs:rp=:lp=:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs:</font> </p> <p><font color="#000000">If you can not print, check if the /var/log/lpd-errs exist. If not create it and restart the lpd deamon.</font></p> <br> <p><font color="#000000"><b>Configuration Documentation under Win9x/Me:</b></font></p> <p> <font color="#000000">The first things to do is to download a file from ftp://ftp.auger.org.ar/pub/drivers/QMS3260/Win9x_ME/</font> <b><font color="#000000">QMS3260_W9x.zip</font></b><br> <font color="#000000">Then, you have to extract all the files doing double-click on the icon</font><br> <font color="#000000">A pop-up window asks you to choose a directory (by default is <b>C:\TEMP\</b>)</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Type "C:\QMS3260" into the text box.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Extract" button and next close the WinZip window.</font><br> <font color="#000000">Now you can delete the QMS3260_W9x.zip file.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">Now you need to launch the <b>C:\QMS3260\Monitor\setup.exe</b> that resides in the C:\QMS3260 folder.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Ok" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Select the destination folder.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Yes" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Select the destination folder for the backup files.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Type "QMS3260" into "Port Name" field.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Type "168.96.148.230" into "IP Address" field.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Ok" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Ok" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">Now you need to launch the <b>setup.exe</b> that resides in the C:\QMS3260 folder.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Select Network/Custom installation.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Clear all checkboxes.</font><br> <font color="#000000" face="Courier" size=-1>- Mark --- QMS Level 2 Advanced PS Driver for Windows W95/98</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Ok" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">- Wait for the Wizard to start.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Have disk" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Browse" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Select "C:\QMS3260\Driver\qms.inf"</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Ok" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Ok" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Select the "QMS 3260 Print System".</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Select the "QMS Port".</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Finish" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">If the "Print a Test Page" was not selected then check the Test Page in the printer and click on the "Ok" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Ok" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">Congratulations !.</font><br> <font color="#000000">You can now print on the QMS-Minolta 3260.</font><br> </p> <br> <p><font color="#000000"><b>Configuration Documentation under WinNT/2000:</b></font></p> <p> <font color="#000000">The first things to do is to download a file from ftp://ftp.auger.org.ar/pub/drivers/QMS3260/Win9x_ME/</font> <b><font color="#000000">QMS3260_NT4.zip</font></b><br> <font color="#000000">Then, you have to extract all the files doing double-click on the icon</font><br> <font color="#000000">A pop-up window asks you to choose a directory (by default is <b>C:\TEMP\</b>)</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Type "C:\QMS3260" into the text box.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Extract" button and next close the WinZip window.</font><br> <font color="#000000">Now you can delete the QMS3260_NT4.zip file.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">Now you need to launch the <b>setup.exe</b> that resides in the C:\QMS3260 folder.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Select Network/Custom installation.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Clear all checkboxes.</font><br> <font color="#000000" face="Courier" size=-1>- Mark --- QMS Print Monitor and</font><br> <font color="#000000" face="Courier" size=-1>- &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;QMS Level 2 Driver for Windows NT 4.0</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">- Wait for the Wizard to start.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Add port" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "New monitor" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Browse" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Search for C:\QMS3260\Monitor\monitor.inf file.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Open" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Ok" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">- Double-click on "QMS Port" line.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Type "QMS3260" into "Port Name" field.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Type "168.96.148.230" into "IP Address" field.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Ok" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Close" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Next" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Use disk" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on "Browse" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Select "C:\QMS3260\Driver\Oemsetup.inf"</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Open" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Select the "QMS 3260 Print System".</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Next" button.</font><br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Finish" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">If the "Print a Test Page" was not selected then check the Test Page in the printer and click on the "Ok" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">- Click on the "Ok" button.</font><br> <br> <font color="#000000">Congratulations !.</font><br> <font color="#000000">You can now print on the QMS-Minolta 3260.</font><br> </p> </li> </ul> </li> </ul> </td> </tr> </table> </body> </html> </td>
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Last update: 22/Jun/2012 by CSA-PAO