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Certificate is expired when installing on copier. More info…
All versions (since April 15 2017)
Certificate error when installing on copier. More info…
14.1 (Build 26983)
Firmware upgrade required to address security issue on SCX-6555 NX and SCX-6545 NX. More info…
Single-Sign-On (SSO) support for 3rd party applications on the A4 devices. More info…
Device displays “Browser UI terminated” and reboots. More info…
Embedded application version ≥ 1.1.0 not connecting to PaperCut < 16.0. More info…
PaperCut < 16.0
Other known issues, not specific to the PaperCut MF Samsung Embedded solution are covered in:
11259: Certificate expired error when installating PaperCut. (since April 15th, 2017)
During the installation of the Samsung “PAR” file to the copier, the installing user may be shown an error about the certificate being expired. The resulting error halts the installation.
The certificate used to sign the par expired on the weekend (15th April, 2017). We have a new PAR file available now which is available from PaperCut v17.1.
It will affect all versions of PaperCut but only customers doing new installations or updating the PAR file will see this issue. Existing installations are not affected.
You can obtain the new PAR file by using PaperCut v17.1or newer.
320001: Certificate error when installing on copier in version 14.1 (Build 26983) - (Resolved in 14.2)
During the installation of the Samsung “PAR” file to the copier, the installing user may be shown an error about the certificate. The resulting error halts the installation.
Existing installations are not affected.
320002: Security issue on SCX-6555 NX and SCX-6545 NX (Resolved in Firmware v2.xx.07.07 and above)
In October 2012 a significant authentication issue was discovered with the two Samsung devices above.
This security issue needs to be resolved at the firmware level and Samsung have confirmed a fix will be made available in the next firmware update.
If PaperCut is going to be installed in a security conscious environment, we do not recommend using these devices until a fix is provided.
Samsung have advised PaperCut Software that new firmware has been issued which resolves the problem described above, for the devices SCX-6546 NX and SCX-6555 NX. The firmware is v2.xx.07.07 or above.
320003: Single-Sign-On (SSO) support for 3rd party applications on the A4 devices (resolved in 12.3)
On A4 devices when using 3rd party scanning solutions alongside PaperCut the user may not be able to initiate scan operations.
This has been confirmed by Samsung as a bug in the firmware of the A4 device range. They are working on a solution and we will update this notice as Samsung inform us of progress on this issue.
320004: Device displays “Browser UI terminated” and reboots (resolved in 12.2).
On recent firmware versions for the CLX-9350 a message “Browser UI terminated” may appear when a message popup shows and the “OK” button is not pressed within 5 seconds. This may not be limited to this model and/or firmware.
We have found the problem which is a result of a firmware regression for this device. We have produced a workaround which will be made available in the PaperCut 12.2 release. Customers can contact email@example.com to receive an early update before the official release.
8802: Embedded application version ≥ 1.1.0 not connecting to PaperCut < 16.0.
There is a known issue attempting to connect the Toshiba LeSF embedded application version 1.1.0 and above with a PaperCut server less than version 16.0.
New installations of the v1.1.0+ embedded application by default use HTTPS port 9192 to communicate with the PaperCut server. PaperCut versions earlier than 16.0 are not capable of communicating with devices on this port. Change the device ‘HTTPS/binary’ port to 9193 when connecting to PaperCut versions earlier than 16.0.
This release contains an updated Java version which no longer supports 32-bit workstations. If you have any 32-bit users launching the User Client or Release Station from a network share, see this Knowledge Base article for more information.