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Old 11-17-2011, 08:02 AM   #1
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Printer issue in Ferdora 14 (Not able to give the pin code options)

Hi All,

I have configured the xerox pahser 4510 printer via samba, printer detected successfully and configuration time it asked the domain user name and password for authentication and it has been connected.

Whenever I give print job it successfully sent to printer and there is no pending jobs in queue. But it not printing over printer.

We have setup pin code authentication in printer and I can give the authentication in windows and taking print out without any issue.

In fedroa there is no option for giving pin number, I am suspecting this may be the issue.

Please help me regarding this issue.Screen shot attached and no issue with cups error log

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