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HARDCOPY OUTPUT OF SYSTEM CONFIGURATION INFORMATION

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000026181D
Original Publication Date: 1990-Oct-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2004-Apr-05
Document File: 2 page(s) / 50K

Publishing Venue

Xerox Disclosure Journal

Abstract

An electronic reprographic (E/R) system, having the ability to print information stored within the system memory may be utilized to generate hardcopy output of configuration or administration information subsequent to the programming of such information. As an example, an E/R system might have the ability to tailor system default settings in accordance with customer requirements. After setting of the system defaults, a hardcopy output of the settings may be produced by the E/R system, as a backup record, should the system default settings need to be reprogrammed at a later time. This idea may be applied to any of the system configuration information (system defaults, billing algorithms, user profiles, etc.) stored within the system memory, thereby simplifying the reinitialization of the information, when required.

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XEROX DISCLOSURE JOURNAL

HARDCOPY OUTPUT OF SYSTEM CONFIGURATION INFORMATION U.S. C1.355/202 Timothy J. Kelley
Alex Zazubec

Proposed Classification

Int. C1. G03g 21/00

An electronic reprographic (E/R) system, having the ability to print information stored within the system memory may be utilized to generate hardcopy output of configuration or administration information subsequent to the programming of such information. As an example, an E/R system might have the ability to tailor system default settings in accordance with customer requirements. After setting of the system defaults, a hardcopy output of the settings may be produced by the E/R system, as a backup record, should the system default settings need to be reprogrammed at a later time. This idea may be applied to any of the system configuration information (system defaults, billing algorithms, user profiles, etc.) stored within the system memory, thereby simplifying the reinitialization of the information, when required.

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