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MX-7040N / MX-6240N Sales Guide
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Connectivity
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There are so many different environments and systems in use in today’s office that an MFP needs to be compatible
with as many as possible. The MX-7040N / MX-6240N have been developed with this in mind.
Sharp is a gold-level member of the SAP® Printer Vendor Program. SAP device
types for all of our devices will be created to provide connectivity with SAP.
WHQL (Windows Hardware Quality Labs) testing ensures full compatibility with
Windows systems.
Sharp is a Citrix Ready Technology Member, giving us access to testing resources,
technical support and other Citrix development tools.
Compatibility with the CUPS (Common Unix Printing System) ensures you can use
your MFP with both Unix and Linux.
Not only can our devices work with all these software vendors, the MX-7040N / MX-6240N can communicate with
them exceptionally quickly over the latest networking technologies:
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Standard Gigabit Ethernet (1000Base-T)
IPv6 (Print only)
Note: SAP and all SAP logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries.
Sharp Remote Device Manager*
Sharp Remote Device Manager (SRDM) (previous name: PAU) is the latest version of Sharp’s own web-based
administration utility. It allows administrators to manage their fleet of MFPs quickly and easily, without having to
physically visit the MFP.
SRDM has following features same as PAU 5:
 Login
 Hierarchical grouping
 Remote operation
 Cloning multiple machines (1 to many)
 Firmware update on multiple machines (1 to many)**
 Remote access to Sim 22-6, 23-2 lists**
SRDM’s main features
 Device discovery
 Status update
 Device management
 E-mail alerts
 Cloning
 Remote operation
 Driver distribution
 Service report**
 Display and Export of device usage information**
 Firmware update**
Note: * MX-7040N / MX-6240N will support SRDM from the end of 2012.
**These items are for service people.
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