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The solution is that we now have to use the FTP protocol for scanning, when scanning from a Canon ImageRunner to a Mac running Lion (OS X 10.7) or Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8) or Mavericks (OS X 10.9).

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To use the FTP protocol, you first need to enable it on your Mac by going into the Terminal and typing this command:

sudo -s launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/ftp.plist

After enabling FTP via the Terminal, go into the Sharing system preference. Enable File Sharing in the left margin. Add the shared folder where you want the scans to end up. We usually like to create a folder on the Desktop entitled “Canon Scans”, so you can just drag this folder into the list of folders. Click on the “Options” button to make sure that AFP is enabled, but you do NOT need to enable SMB.

Now you can go into the Network system preference where you will need to manually assign a static IP address for your machine. The Canon ImageRunner will need this static IP address so that it can find your Mac. After effect crack.

Once you’ve done all of the above, you can now create a new “one touch entry” on the Canon ImageRunner printer to scan to the shared folder on the Mac.

To do this, click on the physical button on the copier that says “Additional Functions”, then press “Address Book Settings”.

Then, on the Canon ImageRunner screen, press “One Touch Buttons”.

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On the next screen, press an existing name to edit it, or press a numbered button to edit a new name. (You can scroll through the pages with the arrows on the right.) You must press the “Register/Edit” button to add or edit that button.

If you’re adding a new button, then on the next screen, you’ll have to press “File”.

Then you’ll be taken to the next screen. The information to type in is the following:

Name: Give the button a name

One-touch Button Name: Give the button a short name that will fit on a button.

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Protocol: FTP

Host Name: The static IP address that you assigned to the Mac. Do NOT use any special characters or slashes… just enter the IP address.

Folder Path: shared folder name. The trick to this is that you have to give the path from the starting point of the home folder. So if the shared folder is named “Canon Scans” and it sits on the desktop, then type in this file path: “Desktop/Canon Scans” (without the quotes).

User: the full account name of the account which owns the shared folder.

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Password: the password for the account which owns the shared folder.

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And that’s it! You are now all set to scan from your Canon ImageRunner to your Mac!


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