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JPFrancoia

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Hi,

 

I work at a university as a researcher. We recently purchased an ultimaker 3. I just installed it and upgraded it to the last firmware.

After fighting a bit, I can now access it remotely (with a browser or with Cura).

 

However, when I connect to it (whatever the way), there is not a single time where I have to authenticate myself. No password is required to access the printer.

I would like to restrict the access to this printer with a password. It's on the university network and anyone knowing the IP of this printer could access it, and maybe break it.

 

Is there any way to set up  a password ?

 

Cheers

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Btw, from your comments I see that you're a University user? Would you mind reaching out to me on c.terbeke@ultimaker.com? We're interested to talk to use cases like Universities to see how we can better cater to your environments.

 

Thanks!

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