Xerox and CentreWare Internet Services – An Overview
Bringing Departments Together
Connecting with your team becomes nearly impossible when you work in a large corporation with thousands of employees. With CentreWare Internet Services, you can bridge the physical gap between departments. CentreWare Internet Services (CWIS) is a tool that lets you modify network settings. It also enables you to change the system configuration.
This tool is only available to authorized Users and Administrators. It allows for easy programming and analyzing right from the comfort of your home or office. CWIS is currently only available on printers that are already enabled for narrowing. It works by providing an interactive user interface akin to the one onboard your MFP.
Requirements and Abilities
You need a viable internet connection and the device’s IP address you’re trying to connect to. CWIS cannot be accessed via USB.The CWIS interface lets you check up on many things, including the status of the printing and the paper trays. Additionally, you can check the consumables such as the papers and the ink cartridges. Although this is all extremely useful, you’ll need administrator rights for some settings.
How To Connect
If you want to access CWIS, you need to open your web browser first. Now open the Xerox interface and input the device’s IP address you want to connect to. Next, the machine will be displayed on the screen, and you can see the CWIS.
In the CWIS, you’ll see many options that will enable you to program and analyze different aspects of your copier. It’s best to visit the support page of your specific machine so you can understand all the tabs and make use of them efficiently.
If you are looking for a Xerox device that has Centreware Internet Services capability, contact Denver Copier today!