Knowledgebase: RTA
How to add the New RTA Kyocera Printer (w driver)
Posted by Reza Fouladgar, Last modified by on 02 July 2014 01:10 PM

On Windows : 

1) Click on the windows Logo in the far bottom left corner of the screen

2) In the search field type "\\fcadprinters" and press enter and it will open a new window with all the available printers.

3) In the new window look for "RTA-Kyocera-Copier" and double click that icon.

This will install the printer drivers for that printer for you.

 

On MAC OSX:

1) You will need to install the drivers first. The driver is attached to this article. ( It also can be found under \\fir.fcad.ryerson.ca\RTA\RTA-New Keyocera-Printer)

    Run the file and it will install the keyocera driver. Then go to System Preferences.

2) System Preferences -> Printers and Scanners -> + (add new printer) -> IP (In the top menu. Fill in the info described below)

    Address : 141.117.245.25 (formerly: 141.117.210.160)

    Protocol : (choose) Line Printer Daemon-LPD

    Queue : Leave Blank

    Name : RTA-Keyocera ( You can give it any name)

    Location : RTA 

    Click on "Use"-> choose "select software" -> Look for " Kyocera Taskalfa 3500i (KPDL)" -> Highlight it and click ok.

3) Click the "Add" button

    When the "Setting up 'RTA-Kyocera...' window pops up, just leave all of the default settings and click on the "OK" button

That will install and add the printer drivers for you.

 



Attachments 
 
 kyocera_os_x_10...3.2_11-2014.zip (13.67 MB)
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