Connect your Brother machine to the Macintosh using a USB cable. Or connect your Brother machine to the same LAN (if you are using a network model) where the Macintosh is connected.
Select the machine from the list on the left side of the screen.
If you connected the Brother machine and your Macintosh with a USB cable, you will see the machine in the DEVICES area. If connected via LAN, you will see it in the SHARED area.
Place your document in the ADF or on the scanner glass.
If you place the document in the ADF, select “Document Feeder” for Mode and the size of your document for Scan Size.
If you place the document on the scanner glass, select “Flatbed” for Mode.
Select the destination folder or destination application for Scan To.
You can adjust the following settings, if needed, in the dialog box accessed by clicking on Show Details. Please note that the item name and assignable value may vary depending on the machine.
Click on Scan to start scanning.
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This article provides a brief overview of the printing architecture with the 10.x versions of the Mac ICA Client.
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The Mac 10.x ICA Client is a feature-rich client offering. Many of the same features found with Win32 clients/plug-ins. This includes the ability to autocreate all of the standard printer types defined on the Mac device for use within XenApp sessions.
Printing with the Mac 10.x Client
Because the print drivers on a Mac are not a direct match for the drivers on a Windows 2003 or 2008 Server, most Mac-defined printers autocreate using the HP Color LaserJet PS driver. This postscript driver is installed with XenApp and is part of the universal printing architecture. It must never be removed from the XenApp server. Mac clients cannot use the advanced Citrix Universal Print Driver because this driver is based on the Windows Enhanced Metafile Format (EMF) to process and spool documents.
In instances where the HP Color LaserJet PS driver does not work with a specific print device, driver mappings might be used. Such mappings might be implemented using the management console or through the use of the wtsuprn.inf file on each XenApp server. Mappings specify the client driver name and corresponding server driver to use. The use of wildcards is permitted for driver mappings to simplify the process.
The Mac ICA Client also brings with it the Enable Print Dialog feature. The Enable Print Dialog feature presents the user with a local print dialog on selecting print from the published application. Any configured printer might then be selected to send the job. Enable Print Dialog feature can be enabled or disabled using the File menu of the Citrix ICA Client.
Note:The Enable Print Dialog feature has been removed starting with version 11.4.x and later per Citrix Documentation - 'Users are now shown a single print dialog when printing, instead of the two print dialogs shown in previous releases.'
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