11-21-2018 08:44 PM
I have a MB 5120. It's hooked up to my network and works great except for one thing. I can't set up a scan "destination folder" using the Quick Utility Toolbox. The printer shows up in the printer list. When I click "destination folder" I am prompted for the administrator password which is the serial number. That works. I am able to connect to a network folder and type in the "displayed name" of that folder.
When I click "connection test" I get Folder Setting Utility: "Printer is not responding. Check that the printer is connected properly and the power is on."
This is confusing because my computer sees the printer just fine. I can print to it. When I type in the network address I can see it. The Quick Utility Toolbox can see it.
Any idea why I get the "Printer is not responding" warning?
11-29-2018 07:36 AM
My printer shows up in the Quick Utility Toolbox but the MAC address is set to the "wired" address. This appears to be set automatically when I choose the printer. This is odd because the printer was set up on the wireless network and has never been wired. There doesn't seem to be a way to change it.
I believe this is why the program doesn't see the printer when I try to add a destination folder.
Does anyone know how to change it?
11-29-2018 08:59 AM
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1. Open a web browser and when to www.google.com
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11-29-2018 10:27 AM
Talked to Canon. "Destination Folders" don't work unless you are on a server. I set up "Scan to PC" using the scan utility and it works great!
12-01-2018 12:52 PM
Had the very same problem.
It solved. This is how.
1. Uninstall all has to do with this printer. Printer(s), drivers and software.
2. Setup Lan IN THE PRINTER.
3. Install printer and software in your PC. Of course share the printer(s), etc.
4. Go on to Quick utility and add destination folder.
08-13-2019 02:39 PM
I had the same problem when working with a MB2720. The problem is that the printer wants to use SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support that is active in Server 2008 but is not installed in Windows 10.
1. Open the Control Panel in Windows 10 from the search bar.
2. Go to Programs and Features
3. Click on Turn Windows Features on or off
4. In the next window find the SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support and click on the options to install the feature.
5. Click OK and restart the computer.
After that I was able to setup a share on my Windows 10 computer without any problems.
08-13-2019 11:37 PM - edited 08-14-2019 03:55 AM
edit - resolved
I was able to resolve this issue by updating my SMB server to accept old (unsafe) protocols. In my case using FreeNAS I added the following to the SMB configuration:
Under 'Auxilery Parameters' add:
`min protocol = core`
Select the checkbox:
I have the same issue. Using the 'Quck Utility Toolbox' application I'm able to detect the printer, however I'm unable to add a network destination
"Printer is not responding. Check that the printer is connected correctly and the power is on."
It seems this error is simply a catch-all for some other problem that is occuring, will need Canon support to resolve it I suspect. Very disappointing as my network topology is about as simple as possible and my use case should also be typical. Any degree of QA would have caught this.
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