Use shared folders for storing Prinergy Evo input or processed files. Shared folders reside on the Prinergy Evo server computer or on any network server. Prinergy Evo server computer must have read, write, and modify privileges on shared network folders used to store or submit input files from. A shared folder enables the Prinergy Evo client computers and server computer to see the folder, to mount to it, and to access stored files in the shared folder.
Input files must be submitted to the Prinergy Evo Client software from a folder on which the Prinergy Evo server computer has read, write, and modify privileges.
During installation, Prinergy Evo software automatically creates the following shared folders on the Prinergy Evo server computer:
Input and processed shared folders:
By default, if you submit an input file via a hot folder, Prinergy Evo software stores the processed file in the
If you submit a file via the Template Palette, by default, Prinergy Evo saves the processed file to the same folder as the input file. For example, if you drag an input file from the
This share contains:
Prinergy Evo resource and configuration information, as well as aftermarket fonts that you can install into the Printer JTP and Normalizer using a font downloader. These fonts are keyed/encoded and only usable on the specific Prinergy Evo system on which they were installed. Asian fonts are the major source for these font types.
If you have more than one hard drive, a message prompts you during installation to select the hard drive on which you want the shared folders to reside. It is recommended that the shared folders reside on a non-system hard drive.
Mount the shared folders on Macintosh Prinergy Evo Client computers via AppleTalk software or SMB (Mac OS X) in order to connect the Prinergy Evo Macintosh client computer to the Prinergy Evo server computer and to access any files on the server computer.