If it's anything like the Savin (Ricoh) machines, there is a hidden setting on the copier itself to change the default from color to black & white. We had to get a service tech to change ours, then printing was great. Other than that, you might try a MFRTYPMDL that isn't for a color model; it's always possible the system is sending color information, but I suspect my first answer is better.
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Sean Porterfield


-----Original Message-----
From: Kirk Goins
Sent: Monday, January 30, 2012 13:13
To: Non-Technical Discussion about the AS400 / iSeries
Subject: Xerox WorkCenter 7545 with accounting codes on

A client has just swapped out their copier for a Xerox WorkCenter 7545.
This is a color copier/printer and then have turned on account codes to prevent most people from printing color. Their Power720 running 7.1 prints just fine via RemoteOutq but fails to print via PJL or SNMP complaining about improper accounting code.

They ( and I ) would really prefer to use either PJL or SNMP device cfg verses RemoteOutq. Anyone know how to get IBM i to print to this beast with accounting codes enabled?

Thanks

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Kirk


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