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We have three network printers (Xerox WC 7125). We also have YSoft SafeQ installed on our server (we add new printer for our users by always entering the same IP - server's). Two of printers are fine, but we have a problem with the last one.

On this printer, I've been playing with some settings for enabling network scanning and scanning to PC. I enabled SSL, so I've been accessing printer's Centreware Internet Services with:

https://'IP printer3'  

For SSL, I've also installed some (imaginary) certificate.

Then I discovered some other (easier) way to also enable network scanning and scanning to PC, and consequently disabled SSL. Since then, I can't access printer's Centreware Internet Services (with http://'IP') - error HTTP 404.

I've enabled SSL back through user interface on printer and I could access Centreware Internet Services with:

https://'IP printer3'  

Then I uninstalled certificate for SSl, disable SSL and now there is no way I can access Centreware Internet Services.

Printer (also scanning) is working normally and I can also ping it through cmd.

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duplicate serverfault.com/questions/398172/… –  Silviu Jun 13 '12 at 7:22
    
OK, I found out a solution: Port (for http - TCP/IP) was set to 21, so I've changed it on printer's user interface to 80 and voila, it's working! Regards –  user1452932 Jun 13 '12 at 7:59
    
Answer your own question if you can, please, using the button below (in about 7 hours). –  slhck Jun 13 '12 at 8:20
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OK, I found out a solution: Port (for http - TCP/IP) was set to 21, so I've changed it on printer's user interface to 80 and voila, it's working! Regards

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