Canon solutions provide a wide range of ways you can control access to your devices - from simple logins to sophisticated security solutions that allow you to restrict access to specific capabilities on a user-by-user basis.
Device-based login offers a simple, effective way to control access to imageRUNNER ADVANCE devices. Users can authenticate with individual or departmental IDs and passwords, or even leverage Single Sign On (SSO-H) to log in with the same passwords used for their PCs.
The ID cards you use for computer or facility access - including proximity cards, Common Access Cards (CAC), and Personal Identification (PIV) cards - can also authenticate users on imageRUNNER ADVANCE devices.
The Access Management System (AMS) allows you to configure imageRUNNER ADVANCE device access on a feature-by-feature basis. After a user authenticates, available features are clearly visible, while restricted features are grayed out.
AMS also offers Function Level Authentication, which requires users to authenticate only when they try to access specific functionality, such as security-sensitive scanning and sending.
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