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Q:Why can't I authenticate with a swipe card while the MFD is in sleep mode?

A:Card swipes won't wake the device from a sleep state. To log in with a card when the device is asleep, touch the screen first to wake the device.

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*No customizing options with the screen header, logo, messages, or cost visibility
*Options to invoice and/or add a comment to a shared account activity are currently not available
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*No capability to set an initial PIN at the MFD
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Q:What device do I require to run for the Android-style interface?

A:PaperCut Ricoh Smart Operation Panel (SOP) application requires a device with a second-generation Smart Operation Panel. Please check the supported Ricoh SOP optimized models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/tour/embedded/ricoh#supported |tour page.]]


Q:Tell me about the new intuitive interface with Ricoh SOP?
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Q:What device do I require for the Android-style interface?

A:PaperCut's Ricoh SOP Optimized (`SmartSDK) application requires a device with a second-generation Smart Operation Panel (SOP). Please check the supported Ricoh `SmartSDK models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/tour/embedded/ricoh#supported |tour page]].


Q:Why should I use this interface?
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Q:I have a Ricoh device with a Smart Operation Panel. Why can’t I install the new PaperCut MF solution?

A:It may be that you have a
first-generation Ricoh SOP device which doesn’t support the new Ricoh SOP Optimized Applications. Please check the Ricoh SOP optimized models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/ricoh|tour page.]]

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Q:I have a Ricoh device with a Smart Operation Panel. Why can’t I install the `SmartSDK application?

A:It may be that you have a
first-generation Ricoh SOP device. Please check the Ricoh `SmartSDK models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/ricoh|tour page]].

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Q:I am getting “Connecting to server” message on the device

A:When configuring the PaperCut server hostname on the Ricoh Smart Operation Panel MFP, ensure the hostname is fully qualified (e.g. papercut-server-1.yourdomain.com, not just papercut-server-1). If you use just the hostname, you will see “Connecting to server” messages repeated indefinitely, indicating that the device cannot connect to the PaperCut server.
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Q:Why am I getting “Connecting to server” message on the device?

A:When configuring the PaperCut server hostname on the Ricoh Smart Operation Panel MFD, ensure the hostname is fully qualified (e.g. papercut-server-1.yourdomain.com, not just papercut-server-1). If you use just the hostname, you will see “Connecting to server” messages repeated indefinitely, indicating that the device cannot connect to the PaperCut server.
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Q:I am getting “Error occurred while unlocking device functions” message after the embedded installation

A:Ensure you have restarted the device after an install/upgrade. This is required for the embedded application to be successfully registered as an authenticating application.


Q:How can I change the PaperCut connection settings
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Q:Why am I getting “Error occurred while unlocking device functions” message after the embedded installation?

A:Ensure you have restarted the device after an install/upgrade. This is required for the embedded application to be successfully registered as the authenticating application.


Q:How can I change the PaperCut connection settings?
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Once you are logged in, relaunch PaperCut and press the admin button.


Q:On the PaperCut home screen, I press the “Admin” text and then I see the following message: “Administrator access required. To edit the configuration, login to the device as an administrator then try again”
A: Before you can modify PaperCut connection settings you are required to login the device as an administrator.
See
[[https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/UpdatingEmbeddedServerIP |How to configure embedded software after a server migration or an IP/Hostname change .]]

Q:I have a card reader and while in sleep mode, I can’t authenticate into the device
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Once you are logged in, relaunch PaperCut and press the Admin button.


Q:Why do I see the following message: “Administrator access required. To edit the configuration, log in to the device as an administrator then try again”?
A: Before you can modify PaperCut connection settings you are required to log in to the device as an administrator.
See
[[https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/UpdatingEmbeddedServerIP |How to configure embedded software after a server migration or an IP/Hostname change]].

Q:Why can't I authenticate with a swipe card while the MFD is in sleep mode?
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Q:What happens when the screen times out through the device inactivity?

A:When the screen times out through inactivity, any user will be automatically logged out.
A PaperCut inactivity timeout currently hasn’t been implemented for Ricoh SOP devices
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Q:What happens when the screen times out through inactivity?

A:Any user will be automatically logged out.
A PaperCut
inactivity timeout currently hasn’t been implemented for Ricoh `SmartSDK.
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Q:What are the limitations of Ricoh Smart Operation Panel compared to SDK/J (Java) application
*No customizing options with the screen header, logo, messages, button labels or cost visibility
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Q:What are the limitations of the `SmartSDK application compared to the SDK/J (Java) application?
*No customizing options with the screen header, logo, messages, or cost visibility
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*No integration with Global Scan NX or Ricoh’s Integrated Cloud Environment (ICE)
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Q:Is Ricoh offline mode supported with SOP devices?
A:The SOP devices aren’t supported, the recommended option is to use Site Server.
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Q:Is offline mode supported with the `SmartSDK application?
A:No, the recommended option is to use Site Server.
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Q:What device do I require to run for the Android style interface?

A:PaperCut Ricoh Smart Operation Panel (SOP) application requires a device with a second-generation Smart Operation Panel. Please check the supported Ricoh SOP optimized models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/tour/embedded/ricoh#supported |Tour page.]]

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Q:What device do I require to run for the Android-style interface?

A:PaperCut Ricoh Smart Operation Panel (SOP) application requires a device with a second-generation Smart Operation Panel. Please check the supported Ricoh SOP optimized models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/tour/embedded/ricoh#supported |tour page.]]

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A:It may be that you have a first-generation Ricoh SOP device which doesn’t support the new Ricoh SOP Optimized Applications. Please check the Ricoh SOP optimized models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/ricoh|Tour page.]]

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A:It may be that you have a first-generation Ricoh SOP device which doesn’t support the new Ricoh SOP Optimized Applications. Please check the Ricoh SOP optimized models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/ricoh|tour page.]]

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A:Ensure you have restarted the device after an install/upgrade. This is required for the embedded application to be successfully registered an authenticating application.

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A:Ensure you have restarted the device after an install/upgrade. This is required for the embedded application to be successfully registered as an authenticating application.

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A:Card swipes won't wake the device up from a sleep state. To log in with a card when the device is asleep, touch the screen first to wake the device.
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A:Card swipes won't wake the device from a sleep state. To log in with a card when the device is asleep, touch the screen first to wake the device.
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*The only language currently supported is English
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*The only language currently supported is English
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*No integration with GlobalScan NX or Ricoh’s Integrated Cloud Environment (ICE)
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A:No customizing options with the screen header, logo, messages, button labels or cost visibility
A:The only language currently supported is English
Options to invoice and/or add a comment to a shared account activity are currently not available
A PaperCut-specific inactivity timeout has not been implemented. The user is logged out when the panel detects inactivity and goes to sleep, as determined by Ricoh’s sleep timeout
No zero stop for scanning and faxing
No integration with GlobalScan NX or Ricoh’s Integrated Cloud Environment (ICE)
No capability to set an initial PIN at the MFD
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*No customizing options with the screen header, logo, messages, button labels or cost visibility
*A:The only language currently supported is English
*Options to invoice and/or add a comment to a shared account activity are currently not available
*A PaperCut-specific inactivity timeout has not been implemented. The user is logged out when the panel detects inactivity and goes to sleep, as determined by Ricoh’s sleep timeout
*No zero stop for scanning and faxing
*No integration with GlobalScan NX or Ricoh’s Integrated Cloud Environment (ICE)
*No capability to set an initial PIN at the MFD
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A:The only language currently supported is English
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A:Ensure you have restarted the device after an install/upgrade. This is required for the embedded application to be successfully registered as a authenticating application.
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A:Ensure you have restarted the device after an install/upgrade. This is required for the embedded application to be successfully registered an authenticating application.
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Q:I am getting “Unable to unlock device functions” message after the embedded installation
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Q:I am getting “Error occurred while unlocking device functions” message after the embedded installation
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See How to configure embedded software after a server migration or an IP/Hostname change steps.
[[https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/UpdatingEmbeddedServerIP |How to configure embedded software after a server migration or an IP/Hostname change .]]
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See [[https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/UpdatingEmbeddedServerIP |How to configure embedded software after a server migration or an IP/Hostname change .]]
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See How to configure embedded software after a server migration or an IP/Hostname change for the steps.
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See How to configure embedded software after a server migration or an IP/Hostname change steps.
[[https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/UpdatingEmbeddedServerIP |How to configure embedded software after a server migration or an IP/Hostname change .]]
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Q:On the PaperCut home screen, I press the “Admin” text and then I see the following message: “Administrator access required
To edit the configuration, login to the device as an administrator then try again”
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Q:On the PaperCut home screen, I press the “Admin” text and then I see the following message: “Administrator access required. To edit the configuration, login to the device as an administrator then try again”
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To edit the configuration, login to the device as an administrator then try again”
Before you can modify PaperCut connection settings you are required to login the device as an administrator.
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To edit the configuration, login to the device as an administrator then try again”
A: Before you can modify PaperCut connection settings you are required to login the device as an administrator.
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Q:On the PaperCut home screen, I press the “Admin” text and then I see the following message:
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Q:On the PaperCut home screen, I press the “Admin” text and then I see the following message: “Administrator access required
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When configuring the PaperCut server hostname on the Ricoh Smart Operation Panel MFP, ensure the hostname is fully qualified (e.g. papercut-server-1.yourdomain.com, not just papercut-server-1). If you use just the hostname, you will see “Connecting to server” messages repeated indefinitely, indicating that the device cannot connect to the PaperCut server.
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When configuring the PaperCut server hostname on the Ricoh Smart Operation Panel MFP, ensure the hostname is fully qualified (e.g. papercut-server-1.yourdomain.com, not just papercut-server-1). If you use just the hostname, you will see “Connecting to server” messages repeated indefinitely, indicating that the device cannot connect to the PaperCut server.
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Ensure you have restarted the device after an install/upgrade. This is required for the embedded application to be successfully registered as a authenticating application.
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Ensure you have restarted the device after an install/upgrade. This is required for the embedded application to be successfully registered as a authenticating application.

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We require admin privileges to change PaperCut connection settings. You’ll need to navigate to the device administration app called “User Tools” which can be launched from the home screen. Then you can select “Machine Features”, “login” option and enter the machine administrator's login credentials.
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We require admin privileges to change PaperCut connection settings. You’ll need to navigate to the device administration app called “User Tools” which can be launched from the home screen. Then you can select “Machine Features”, “login” option and enter the machine administrator's login credentials.
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To edit the configuration, login to the device as an administrator then try again”
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To edit the configuration, login to the device as an administrator then try again”
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Card swipes won't wake the device up from a sleep state. To log in with a card when the device is asleep, touch the screen first to wake the device.
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Card swipes won't wake the device up from a sleep state. To log in with a card when the device is asleep, touch the screen first to wake the device.
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When the screen times out through inactivity, any user will be automatically logged out.
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When the screen times out through inactivity, any user will be automatically logged out.
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When user authentication is turned on, the “all apps” is disabled and the user can only access the icons available on the home screen. Log in as machine administrator to access the list of all apps.
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When user authentication is turned on, the “all apps” is disabled and the user can only access the icons available on the home screen. Log in as machine administrator to access the list of all apps.

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No customizing options with the screen header, logo, messages, button labels or cost visibility
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A:No customizing options with the screen header, logo, messages, button labels or cost visibility
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The SOP devices aren’t supported, the recommended option is to use Site Server.
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A:The SOP devices aren’t supported, the recommended option is to use Site Server.
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This article covers common questions about Ricoh Smart Operation Panel:
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PaperCut Ricoh Smart Operation Panel (SOP) application requires a device with a second-generation Smart Operation Panel. Please check the supported Ricoh SOP optimized models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/tour/embedded/ricoh#supported |Tour page.]]
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PaperCut Ricoh Smart Operation Panel (SOP) application requires a device with a second-generation Smart Operation Panel. Please check the supported Ricoh SOP optimized models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/tour/embedded/ricoh#supported |Tour page.]]
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The multi-touch screen gives you the ability swipe, scroll or flick, as you would on a tablet.
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The multi-touch screen gives you the ability swipe, scroll or flick, as you would on a tablet.
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It may be that you have a first-generation Ricoh SOP device which doesn’t support the new Ricoh SOP Optimized Applications. Please check the Ricoh SOP optimized models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/ricoh|Tour page.]]
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It may be that you have a first-generation Ricoh SOP device which doesn’t support the new Ricoh SOP Optimized Applications. Please check the Ricoh SOP optimized models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/ricoh|Tour page.]]
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Q:How can I change the PaperCut connection settings
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!!!On the PaperCut home screen, I press the “Admin” text and then I see the following message:
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Q:On the PaperCut home screen, I press the “Admin” text and then I see the following message:
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!!!I have a card reader and while in sleep mode, I can’t authenticate into the device
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Q:I have a card reader and while in sleep mode, I can’t authenticate into the device
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!!!What happens when the screen times out through the device inactivity?
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!!!What are the limitations of Ricoh Smart Operation Panel compared to SDK/J (Java) application
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Q:What are the limitations of Ricoh Smart Operation Panel compared to SDK/J (Java) application
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!!!Is Ricoh offline mode supported with SOP devices?
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Q:Is Ricoh offline mode supported with SOP devices?
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!!!Tell me about the new intuitive interface with Ricoh SOP?
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Q:Tell me about the new intuitive interface with Ricoh SOP?
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!!!I have a Ricoh device with a Smart Operation Panel. Why can’t I install the new PaperCut MF solution?
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Q:I have a Ricoh device with a Smart Operation Panel. Why can’t I install the new PaperCut MF solution?
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!!Technical

!!!I am getting “Connecting to server” message on the device
When configuring the PaperCut server hostname on the Ricoh Smart Operation Panel MFP, ensure the hostname is fully qualified (e.g. papercut-server-1.yourdomain.com, not just papercut-server-1). If you use just the hostname, you will see “Connecting to server” messages repeated indefinitely, indicating that the device cannot connect to the PaperCut server.

You may also see this message after the Ricoh device has been restarted. This is due to the time it takes for the network infrastructure to start. In this case, a PaperCut message indicating that the device is trying to connect to the PaperCut server may stay on screen for some time. Eventually the device should beep twice, after which connection should be made fairly quickly.

!!!I am getting “Unable to unlock device functions” message after the embedded installation
Ensure you have restarted the device after an install/upgrade. This is required for the embedded application to be successfully registered as a authenticating application.

!!!How can I change the PaperCut connection settings
We require admin privileges to change PaperCut connection settings. You’ll need to navigate to the device administration app called “User Tools” which can be launched from the home screen. Then you can select “Machine Features”, “login” option and enter the machine administrator's login credentials.
Once you are logged in, relaunch PaperCut and press the admin button.

!!!On the PaperCut home screen, I press the “Admin” text and then I see the following message:
“Administrator access required
To edit the configuration, login to the device as an administrator then try again”
Before you can modify PaperCut connection settings you are required to login the device as an administrator.
See How to configure embedded software after a server migration or an IP/Hostname change for the steps.

!!!I have a card reader and while in sleep mode, I can’t authenticate into the device
Card swipes won't wake the device up from a sleep state. To log in with a card when the device is asleep, touch the screen first to wake the device.

!!!What happens when the screen times out through the device inactivity?
When the screen times out through inactivity, any user will be automatically logged out.
A PaperCut inactivity timeout currently hasn’t been implemented for Ricoh SOP devices.
See Embedded Software Timeouts for more information.

!!!Why is the “all apps” icon disabled after PaperCut embedded install?
When user authentication is turned on, the “all apps” is disabled and the user can only access the icons available on the home screen. Log in as machine administrator to access the list of all apps.

!!!What are the limitations of Ricoh Smart Operation Panel compared to SDK/J (Java) application
No customizing options with the screen header, logo, messages, button labels or cost visibility
The only language currently supported is English
Options to invoice and/or add a comment to a shared account activity are currently not available
A PaperCut-specific inactivity timeout has not been implemented. The user is logged out when the panel detects inactivity and goes to sleep, as determined by Ricoh’s sleep timeout
No zero stop for scanning and faxing
No integration with GlobalScan NX or Ricoh’s Integrated Cloud Environment (ICE)
No capability to set an initial PIN at the MFD

!!!Is Ricoh offline mode supported with SOP devices?
The SOP devices aren’t supported, the recommended option is to use Site Server.
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It may be that you have a first-generation Ricoh SOP device which doesn’t support the new Ricoh SOP Optimized Applications. Please check the Ricoh SOP optimized models on our Tour page.
[[https://www.papercut.com/ricoh|Tour page.]]
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It may be that you have a first-generation Ricoh SOP device which doesn’t support the new Ricoh SOP Optimized Applications. Please check the Ricoh SOP optimized models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/ricoh|Tour page.]]
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!!!Tell me about the new intuitive interface with Ricoh SOP?
The multi-touch screen gives you the ability swipe, scroll or flick, as you would on a tablet.
Have a long list of accounts? Swiftly scroll through your list with the flick of a finger.
Multi-selecting print jobs allows you to view of the cost of multiple print jobs by selecting each one.

!!!I have a Ricoh device with a Smart Operation Panel. Why can’t I install the new PaperCut MF solution?
It may be that you have a first-generation Ricoh SOP device which doesn’t support the new Ricoh SOP Optimized Applications. Please check the Ricoh SOP optimized models on our Tour page.
[[https://www.papercut.com/ricoh|Tour page.]]







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PaperCut Ricoh Smart Operation Panel (SOP) application requires a device with a second-generation Smart Operation Panel. Please check the supported Ricoh SOP optimized models on our Tour page.
[[https://www.papercut.com/tour/embedded/ricoh#supported |Tour page.]]
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PaperCut Ricoh Smart Operation Panel (SOP) application requires a device with a second-generation Smart Operation Panel. Please check the supported Ricoh SOP optimized models on our [[https://www.papercut.com/tour/embedded/ricoh#supported |Tour page.]]
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What device do I require to run for the Android style interface?
PaperCut Ricoh Smart Operation Panel (SOP) application requires a device with a second-generation Smart Operation Panel. Please check the supported Ricoh SOP optimized models on our Tour page.


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User interface
What device do I require to run for the Android style interface?
PaperCut Ricoh Smart Operation Panel (SOP) application requires a device with a second-generation Smart Operation Panel. Please check the supported Ricoh SOP optimized models on our Tour page.




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