Is it possibly to enable password id's of local users to take effect on new models of Xerox ? No it is not
Is this behavior is ok (differs on different models). The password is only available on Fuji-Xerox models and not Xerox models, the bad thing here is that unless you ask during purchase, you won't know if it is Xerox or Fuji-Xerox as they are not branded as such in North America
Are there any more means to make password-enabled accounting work similar way on both Xerox 7120/7220 ?
Not by device only, it is possible to do using Network Accounting (LDAP,Kerberos) or via third party hardware/software
Please help clarify on XSA (Xerox Standard Accounting )what is correct behavior and how to make them behave equally:
1.) On Xerox 7120 there is XSA enabled and local users created ( 0001 userid , 0001 password, and some group account ).
When printing through Windows Print Server and Xerox Global Printer Driver there is GUI window, asking for userid / password to continue printig (see below). After entering userid / password id printing goes fine.
2.) On Xerox 7220 with XSA enabled and same local userid's/password id's created there are different window, and when printing it doesn't asking for password at all. Only correct user id are necessary (see below).
QUESTION: Is it possibly to enable password id's of local users to take effect on new models of Xerox ? Is this behavior is ok (differs on different models). Are there any more means to make password-enabled accounting work similar way on both Xerox 7120/7220 ?
Thank you, any help would be appreciated.
On both printers drivers used are : Driver Version: 5.433.6.ON 2015.05.20 [X-GPD]
Operating system: Windows Server 2012 R2
Settings for accounting on both models:
Accounting: Xerox Standard Accounting
Promt for User-ID: Always ask
Mask User-ID: Disabled
Mask Group-iD: Disabled.