Troubleshooting for HDL-GXW series
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Setting up new logon user (User Name, Password).
 
 

This section describes the procedure for setting up new logon user in Windows or Mac OS.

Caution
When setting up new logon user, register [User Name] and [Password] on the computer.
[User Name] and [Password] registered on computer are also later registered in the setup screen of this product. There are restrictions on characters that can be used to set up as listed below.
Check the following restrictions before registering a new logon user.
O The restrictions on usable characters for User Name are as follows.
>Up to 20 lower-case alphanumeric characters (ASCII characters) can be used.
> User Name consisting of numbers only cannot be used.
> The following characters cannot be used.
\ ~ $ / : , ' ; * ? " < > | ` [ ] = + . @ ( ) # % ^ and Space.
(Character string starting with hyphen (-) is invalid.)
(Setup using only numbers is invalid.)
O Restrictions on usable characters for Password are as follows.
> Up to 20 alphanumeric characters (ASCII characters) can be used.
> The following characters cannot be used.
\ : , ; * < > | ' [ ] = + . ` ( ) ~ $ " / ? and Space
(Character string starting with hyphen(-) is invalid.)
O User Name already in use cannot be used to create and set up a new user. Make sure to set up User Name using a unique name.
 

 

Click your OS from the following.

   
Windows XP
Windows 2000
Windows Me/98
 
Mac OS X
 

Create logon user in Windows XP


In Windows XP, you can create other users (accounts) different from the current logon user (account).
Register [User Account] and [Password] used to logon the network when you create a new user (account).

User Account: Corresponds to the [User Name] of this product.
Password: Corresponds to the [Password] of this product.

(The following procedure is an example of how to create a new user with [user1] in Windows XP.)

1
Click [Start]-[Control Panel], and the [User Account] icon.
2
Click [Create New Account].
3
After you enter User Name (in the example shown on the right, [user1]), click the [Next] button.
4

After confirming that [Computer Administrator] is selected, click the [Create Account] button.

A new account is created.

5

Setup Password.

Click the account created.

6
Click [Create Password]
7

After entering the Password, enter the same [Password] into [Type the new password again to confirm]

After entering the Password, click the [Create Password] button.

Caution
O

Since Password is displayed as "*****" and the input detail cannot be confirmed, take care not to make mistakes with the upper and lower cases of alphabet used.

8
The account to which the password is set up will be created.
Close the screen.


New logon user (account) is created.

 
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Create logon user in Windows 2000


In Windows 2000, you can create other users (accounts) different from the current logon user (account).
Register [User name] and [Password] used to logon the network when you create a new user (account).

(The following procedure is an example of how to create a new user with [user1] in Windows 2000.)

1
Click [Start]-[Settings]-[Control Panel], and the [Users and Passwords] icon.
2
After confirming that the [Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer.] box is checked, click the [Add] button.
3

Enter the [User Name] registered to this product using lower-case letters and click the [Next] button.

The screen shown on the right is an example when logging on with the User Name of [user1].

4

After entering the [Password] registered on this product, enter the same [Password] in [Confirm password].

After entering the Password, click the [Next] button.

Caution
O

Since Password is displayed as "*****" and the input detail cannot be confirmed, take care not to make mistakes with the upper and lower cases of alphabet used.

5
Select access permission in Windows 2000 and click the [Finish] button.
Reference
O The access permission defined here is valid only in Windows and is non-related to the access permission defined for this product.
6
Confirm that the User Name registered on this product is also registered in Windows 2000.

New logon user (account) is created.

 
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Create logon user in Windows Me/98


In Windows Me/98, if you wish to log on as a different user from the current logon user, log on with a new user name by logging off once and rebooting the computer, followed by entering new [User Name] and [Password] in the [Enter Network Password] screen.

(The following procedure is an example of how to create a new user with [user1] in Windows Me/98.)

1
Click [Start]-[Log off xxxxx] and [Yes].
* xxxxx indicates the User Name of the current logon user.

2
Enter new [User Name] (shown as user1 in the screen below) and [Password] in the [Enter Network Password for Microsoft Networking] screen and click the [OK] button.
Caution
O

Do not log on again with only the [Password] changed.

In Windows Me/98, the [User Name] and [Password] information used to log on previously is recorded in the memory.
If you log on using a [User Name] used to log on in the past and changing only the [Password], you will not be able to access this product and use the computer on the network normally.

In such case, log on again as a new user, or use the [User Name] and [Password] used to log on previously.

 
3

When setting up the Password, the screen shown on the right will be displayed.

After entering again the same Password into the [New Password], and [Confirm new Password] fields, click the [OK] button.


You can now log on to the network as a new user.

 
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Create logon user in Mac OS X


In Mac OS X, click the [Connect] button after setting up the IP address of this product by selecting [Go]-[Connect to Server...], and the following screen will be displayed.

In this case, this product can be accessed by selecting [Registered User] and entering [User Name] and [Password] registered on this product into the [Name] and [Password] fields respectively.


You can now log on to the network as a new user.

 
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