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Table 3-11
Restrict Color
Callout
Area on the screen
Information or capability that the area provides
1
HP EWS tabs and menus
For more information, see
Navigating through the HP Embedded Web Server
.
2
Restrict Color Use
Select whether to print all color jobs in color, print all color jobs in black, or allow
printing in color according to custom permission settings. To assign custom
permissions settings, you must select
COLOR IF ALLOWED
.
3
Show on Device Control
Panel
Select this option to enable color restriction features from the printer control panel.
4
Default User Permission
Select the default color print setting for users who are not in the
User
Permission
list.
5
User Permission list
Assign color printing permissions to users in the list. To add users to the list, type
the new user name in the
System User Name
field on the right and click the left
arrow. To change permissions, select the system user name, click the right arrow,
and select the permission. To delete a user from the list, select the system user
name and click
Delete
.
Avoid spaces in system user names.
6
Default Application
Permission
Select the default color printing settings for applications that are not listed in the
Application Permission
list.
7
Application Permission
list
Assign color printing permissions to applications in the list. To add applications to
the list, type the application's name in the
Technical Application Name
field and
click the left arrow. To change permissions for an application, select the technical
application name, click the right arrow, and select the permission. To delete an
application from the list, select the application's name and click
Delete
.
8
Color Usage Job Log
Click the link to view names of applications and users that have printed to this
device.
Using the Restrict Color screen with a product
You can restrict color usage for individuals or for specific applications.
Clicking the
COLOR IF ALLOWED
option on the
Restrict Color
page enables the
User Permission
and
Application Permission
features of the screen, as shown in the following illustration.
ENWW
Restrict Color
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Settings
Sample