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How to send ID and PW to network printer in 64-bit Bionic 8?
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rameshiyer

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Location: Calicut, Kerala, India

PostPosted: Mon 10 Jun 2019, 11:04    Post subject:  How to send ID and PW to network printer in 64-bit Bionic 8?  

I was not able take printout from my Network printer. There is no prompt for ID and Password in my Bionic 8 (64bit). I don’t know the cause of the problem. Is it because of authentication issue or some other issue or both. In windows I have to provide department id and password for taking printout. The printer is secured by id and password. Without authentication i cannot take printout.

Even after my trail and error method, I didn't able to take any printout from my network printer.( Canon IR 4225)

The printer is a Canon IR (immage runner) Advance 4225 is connected to socket :\\192.168.1.28 and port No. 9100.

In Bionic, I can apparently add the printer and by searching for network printers. I have also installed v3.70 canon printer driver (deb. 64BIT)

The printer shows up, and I can apparently send it print jobs, and it reports having completed them. 

However, nothing prints.

I suspect this is because the printer requires an ID and password to print to it. E.g., when I print to the same printer from Windows, whenever I send it a print job, a box appears requesting my ID and password, and nothing similar happens here. I can't find anywhere to tell it to prompt me for that. and the option to "Authenticate" any job is never present. Is it required any another compatible Debian files.

I am required to take print out my network printer. Now I feel fish out of water. I cannot do more with my limited knowledge. Please help me with simple solutions. I would be grateful to all of you if i could take print out my network printer.
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