How do I install the Bastrop printer on my MAC?
YOU MUST BE ONSITE AT THE BASTROP OFFICE AND CONNECTED TO THE NETWORK TO COMPLETE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!!!
1. Determine the version of OSX you are using by clicking the Apple icon in the top left and then clicking “About This Mac”
2. Click to download and install the corresponding printer driver below for the bigger Ricoh copiers
then install the below Kyocera driver for the smaller printers…
3. Navigate to System Preferences
4. Click on Print & Fax
5. Click the + sign to add a new printer.
6. Hold down the CONTROL button and click in the toolbar at the top of the printer window. This will allow you to customize the toolbar. You need to drag the “Advanced” icon to the top of the toolbar
7. Click Done
8. In the “Add Printer” screen select the “Advanced” icon at the top. In the “Type” drop down select “Windows printer via spoolss”
9. You will need to copy and paste the below string into the URL: field…
10. After pasting into the URL: field you need to adjust the string. Replace the word username with your market center username which is FIRST INITIAL + LAST NAME
11. You then need to replace the word password with the last 4 digits of your social security number
As an example, an agent named John Doe, with a social security number of 555-65-7856, who was installing the BUDA_RICOH printer, would have this typed in the URL: field…
12. In the Name: field type the name of the printer you are installing
13. Click the drop down in the Use: field and select the option to “Select Printer Software…”
14. In the top right of the screen you will use the filter field to search for the proper printer…
Type in C4503 and select the RICOH MP C4503 PS printer
15. Click OK
16. Click Add
17. Now you need to send a print to the printer. Select any program you wish to print from.
18. An authentication box will pop up when you try to print. You will need to once again put in your market center credentials in the form of…
KW\FIRST INITIAL+LAST NAME
LAST FOUR DIGITS OF YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
Using our example of John Doe from above his authentication box would look like the below picture…