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Setting Up the Operating Environment

Tap [Menu] - [Settings] on the toolbar to configure the detailed settings of the Web browser. To display [Settings], you need to enter the administrator password of this machine.

[Machine Data 1] tab




Configure the cache function of the Web browser as necessary.

  • [Enable Cache]: Select this check box to use the cache function in the Web browser.

  • [Delete Cache]: Tap this button to delete all the cache data stored in this machine.

  • [Delete OfflineWeb]: Tap this button to delete all the cache data of the offline Web application that is stored on this machine.

  • [Delete Cache Conditions]: Select a timing to delete cache data.


To use Web data (Cookie, Web Storage, or Indexed Database), select the [Use WebData] check box.


Select the [Use JavaScript] check box to enable JavaScript embedded in a page.

[Software Keyboard]

Select the [Use External Keyboard] check box to enter text using the keyboard displayed on the screen even when an external keyboard is installed on this machine.

[Proxy Settings]

Configure the settings to use a proxy server.

To use a proxy server, enter its address and port number.

If proxy authentication is required, enter the appropriate ID and password.

In [No Proxy for following domain], you can specify a domain that is not connected via a proxy server. Directly enter the IP address of the domain, or use an asterisk (*) to specify any address range. For example, to specify the range from "" to "", type in "192.168.1.*".

[Security Settings]

Configure the settings for SSL communications.

  • [Enable SSL Version]: Select the SSL or TLS version to be used in each of the highest and lowest security levels.

  • [SSL communication of SHA1 certificate]: Select whether to allow the user to use the certificate signed in the SHA-1 algorithm. Selecting [Allow with Warning] displays a message to check whether to permit an SSL communication based on the SHA-1 certificate.

  • [Certificates]: Displays a list of stored server and client certificates.

[Access Log]

Tap this button to check all users' access logs.

Each access log shows a user number, user name, URL of an accessed page, and access date and time.

[Machine Data 2] tab




Enter a URL of a page to be registered as a home page.

Tapping [Set as Home Page] registers the currently displayed page as a home page.

[Start Up Page]

Select a page to be displayed when the Web browser has been started.


Set Web data (Cookie, Web Storage, or Indexed Database) of the Web browser.

  • [Manage Webdata]: Tap this button to display a list of Web data stored on this machine.

  • [Delete WebData Conditions]: Select a timing to delete Web data from this machine.

[Authentication Information]

Configure authentication information such as a password for the Web browser.

  • [Delete]: Tap this button to delete all the authentication information stored on this machine.

  • [Delete Authentication Information Conditions]: Select a timing to delete authentication information from this machine.

If [ON (MFP)], [External Server Authentication], or [Main + External Server] is specified as the user authentication method or if this machine is associated with My Panel Manager, the following settings can be saved for each user.

  • [Homepage]

  • [Start Up Page]

  • [WebData] setting

  • [Authentication Information] setting

  • Specify whether to allow the user to perform user data setting operations on the Web browser (default: [Administrator Only]). For details, refer to Here.