October 2016 (v. 1.3)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. The Event Print Server Software installation
2. Starting the Event Print Server
3. Connecting the Router
4. The Event Print Server Software
5. Test connection with the Event Print
6. Event support
Insert the installation CD into your computer.
If the installation starts automatically go to step 1.2. If the installation
doesn’t start automatically, locate the EventPrintServer_Setup.exe file on
the CD and run it by double-clicking on it with the left mouse button. (NOTE!
If you bought a version with the Serial Number or want to use Event Print as a
DEMO version, download the EventPrintServer_Setup.exe file from our
website or from a direct link delivered after purchase, and run it by
double-clicking on it with the left mouse button).
Both in the course of the installation and
during its work, the Software requires elevation of privileges to the level of
the Administrator. In the window displayed during installation and the subsequent
start-up of the Software, select [Yes].
In the next steps of the installation, follow
the instructions on the screen to install the Event Print Server Software
In the last step of the installation, choose
whether the Event Print Server Software should be run immediately after
installation or not. NOTE! If you bought a Software version with the USB
Dongle Key it is necessary to plug in the USB Dongle Key now (see >> 2.1).
If you bought a Software version with the USB
Dongle Key, please follow steps below:
a) To run the Software in its full mode, plug the USB Dongle Key -
supplied with the Software - into your computer's USB port. NOTE! For its full
operation, the Event Print Server Software requires a plugged-in Dongle
Key - you can’t use the Software in the full mode without a Dongle Key.
b) After plugging the USB Dongle Key into your computer, make sure that
the green LED on it is lighting continuously - if so, start the Event Print
Server Software by double clicking with the left mouse button on the Software
c) After starting the Software, a new window appears in which you must enter
the Security PIN. NOTE! The default Security PIN for the Event Print Server
Software is 1234. This PIN can be changed whilst working later with the
Software. Providing the correct PIN will automatically launch the Software.
d) The Event Print Server Software will start. NOTE! If the USB Dongle
Key isn’t plugged into the computer, the Event Print Server Software will run
in DEMO MODE.
If you bought a Software’s version with the
Serial Number, after installation Event Print will run as a DEMO mode. Please
activate it using a Serial Number delivered after purchase.
If you bought the Event Print Software together
with the Event Print router (supplied as a package), please follow steps below:
a) Turn on the Event Print Router, supplied with the Software.
b) Connect the Event Print Router with the PC via the LAN port.
c) Go to >> 3.3
If you bought a version with the Serial Number
or you want to use Event Print as a DEMO version, please open an appropriate
router – go to: http://go.pixel-tech.eu?EventPrintasusrtn12
TL-WR841N router – go to: http://go.pixel-tech.eu?EventPrinttplinkwr841n
router (general manual) – go to: http://go.pixel-tech.eu?EventPrintgeneralrouter
and then go to >> 3.3
Change the computer's network card address –
Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) - to the following values:
DNS server: 18.104.22.168
DNS server: 22.214.171.124
NOTE! If your computer doesn’t have an another network
card that provides access to the Internet, and the Event Print Router doesn’t
have the Internet connected into the WAN port - your Internet connection will
be lost whilst connecting to the Event Print Router.
To start the Uploading Photos Service, please
press the button in the Upload
NOTE! When the Event Print
Server Software is running and you start the Uploading Photos Service and press
the [Full screen] button, the Software will show a slideshow mode and lock the
screen. To exit the slideshow mode, you need to click with the left mouse
button in the upper left corner of the Software and enter the PIN.
To start the Photos Printing Service, set up the
printer in the Software’s Settings, in the Event tab.
4.2.1 Select your printer from the available printer list.
4.2.2 Select a format that you want to use for printing via the Event Print
Server Software. To choose a format, click on the [Properties] button:
pick the format from the driver window.
After connecting the Event Print Router, your
connection with the Event Print Server Software should be tested. Download on
any mobile device (phone/smartphone/tablet) a free Event Print App and try to
send some photos.
To install the free Event Print application use
the following QR code (scan it with a scanner on your mobile device).
You can also enter your mobile store (App Store,
Google Play or Windows Phone Store) on your phone/smartphone/tablet and find a
free Event Print application and install it.
Connect to the local “EventPrint” Wi-Fi network
(accept it despite the lack of access to the Internet).
Start the Event Print App. If everything is OK
you should see the welcome screen of the Event Print App.
To serve the event, make a detailed
configuration in the Software’s Settings (the details are placed in the
document: “User manual”).
In case of questions
please contact with:
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