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Changing Folder Creation Settings when Scanning on the C2665dn Dell Laser Printer


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1. Changing Folder Creation Settings when Scanning on the C2665dn Dell Laser Printer

These options are only available for Scan to Network and Scan to USB. More information can be found in the C2665dn User's Guide.

Changing the Scan Defaults will only impact the System settings. The system settings defaults will only impact NEW accounts that are created. Below are the steps to change the system settings defaults.

  1. Make sure unit is powered on by hitting the MOON if the unit is asleep.
  2. Click the INFO icon at the bottom left of the Operator Panel.
  3. Click on Tools tab at the top Right.
  4. Click on Default Settings.
  5. Click on Scan Defaults.
  6. Arrow down until you see Create Folder.
  7. Tap Create Folder.
  8. Make the appropriate change to the setting.
    1. Most customers want this set to OFF.
  9. Click the Green OK button.
If your network scans are still creating a folder even when you have it selected off.

From the printers operator panel:

  1. Make sure unit is powered on by hitting the MOON if the unit is asleep.
  2. If your unit is displaying the option to log into an account, you will need to login to the account(s) that you are wanting to change the create folder options on.
  3. Select "Scan to Network".
  4. Select any address book entry (assuming that this has already been created).
  5. Select "Done".
  6. Select the "Gear" icon to see the scan settings, browse to "Create Folder" tile.
  7. Select the "Create Folder" tile.
  8. Change the Create Folder option from ON to "OFF".
  9. Click on the "Disc icon" at the bottom of Op-panel and select "save".
  10. Try scan to a shared folder.

Also see: Printer and Account Settings on the C2665dnf Dell Laser Printer


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Article ID: SLN297775

Last Date Modified: 06/18/2015 10:07 AM


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