Pharos Printing on Mac

1. Verify you're on the proper network. Pharos only works if you’re connected to the campus network either with:

Cruznet will NOT work for Pharos Printing services.

2. Install Ricoh Drivers

Go to http://frodo.ucsc.edu/~admin/Humanities-pharos/RicohPrinterDrivers2.3.dmg  This will directly download the Pharos Printer Drivers (RicohPrinterDrivers2.3.dmg) to your "Downloads" Folder. Go to Downloads, and run the installer by double clicking on the file, then log in with your computer login password as prompted.

3.  Install Pharos Popup

Go to http://frodo.ucsc.edu/~admin/Humanities-pharos/CP_Secure_10.8.dmg This will directly download the Pharos Popup (CP_Secure_10.8.dmg) to your "Downloads" Folder. Go to Downloads, and run the installer by double clicking on the file, then log in with your computer login password as prompted.

4. Verify Printer

In the top left menu under the apple icon, go to System Preferences > Printers & Scanners.  The CP_Ricoh_Secure_Printing printer should have automatically been added to the list of printers by running the Pharos Popup Installer.

If it is not there, try repeating steps 2-3 above

5. Set printer "Presets"

Once the printer CP_Ricoh_Secure_Printing is on the list, open ANY Document (for example a Microsoft Word .doc)

In the top menu go to File > Print or use the keyboard shortcut “Command+P”  A print dialog will appear.

a. In the Print dialog, third dropdown menu from the top, select "Layout"

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b. In "Layout" select "Two-Sided: Long-Edge binding"

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c. In the same third dropdown menu select "Printer Features"

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d. In "Printer Features" set "Color Mode: Black and White"

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6. In Printer Dialog, click “Print”
The Pharos “Popup” should now appear, enter your CruzID – the first part of your ucsc email address as shown “cruzid@ucsc.edu”
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* Every time you print, verify that the printer is using “Default B/W 2-Sided” as its Preset
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