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Some MFD's have a 'feature' that will not allow a user to complete the logon procedure if they do not have sufficient funds. The reason is that is, in some cases, the system does not charge the user until after a copy is made, so if a user didn't have enough funds to copy, they could possibly get a free copy because they got logged on with insufficient funds. Some of our iMFP solutions make provisions for this and some have no way to do that. In those cases, we've had to implement a custom solution (i.e. script) to 'trick' the MFD into thinking the user has at least enough funds for one copy so that they can get logged on and make a scan. Now, each case is different, so this isn't the best forum for providing a full solution. I recommend you contact your reseller or Pharos Support for evaluation and to get the proper solution for your needs. It can be solved, it's just a matter of finding the right combination for your system.
I'm curious, "Sweet Fanny Adams"? LOL
-Jeff Herald - Pharos Systems
I was curious too. Since I'm an American steeped in the rich culture of northern Wyoming and eastern Idaho... I had no clue. So I used Google.
Origin of the phrase "Sweet Fanny Adams":
Wikipedia "Fanny Adams" (surprisingly detailed)
Think I got a new phrase to amaze and bewilder my colleagues.
- Paul L.