Installing Printers (Windows and Apple)

A quick step by step instruction guide for installing on a Windows computer:

 

1. Open a new explorer window (not Internet Explorer).
a. Type (Windows Button)+(R)


2. Enter the following in the address bar.  \\walnut
3. Locate and open the folder PCCLIENT.

4. Open the WIN folder and double-click on the CLIENT-LOCAL-INSTALL installer.


5. Accept the UAC if prompted.
6. Enter your network credentials.  DOMAIN\USERNAME
EX: student\juser


7. Run through the installer and leave all of the default settings.
8. Leave the checkbox checked to LAUNCH CLIENT… and click FINISH.


9. Enter your credentials into the pop-up client as noted in step 6.

EX: student\juser

 

Install FindMe Queue:

1. Open CONTROL PANEL and launch DEVICES and PRINTERS.
2. Click ADD A PRINTER.
3. Click THE PRINTER I WANT ISN’T LISTED.
4. Select the radio button to add PRINTER BY NAME and enter the following. Click NEXT.
\\walnut\FindMeBW

5. It may take a few minutes to locate the printer.
6. When prompted, enter your credentials.  DOMAIN\USERNAME
EX: student\juser

 

 

A quick step by step instruction guide for installing on an Apple computer:

 

  1. Download the Mac Driver.
  2. Install the driver by opening the image file from the download. (e.g. MX_C37_1603a_Mac104-1011.dmg)
    • Click on “MacOSX”.
    • Choose the driver for your operating system (e.g. Version 10.11). Go to the Apple Menu > About This Mac to see the operating system version.
    • Click on MX-C37 to install the driver
    • The Installation Window will appear. Click Continue and follow the on-screen instructions. Use the password that you use to log into your machine when asked for the password.
  3. Go to System Preferences > Printers and Scanners.
  4. Click “+” to add a new printer.
  5. Control-click the toolbar; then select Customize Toolbar.
  6. Drag the Advanced icon onto the bar; then click Advanced.
  7. In the “Type” drop down menu, select “Windows printer via spoolss”.
  8. Enter the Device URL, smb://walnut/FindMeBW or smb://walnut/FindMeColor, depending on the current printer you are installing.
  9. In “Name”, enter FindMeBW or FindMeColor depending on the current printer you are installing.
  10. In the “Use” drop down menu, click “Select Software.”
  11. Select Sharp MX 7040N PPD and click OK.
  12. Click Add.
  13. Click “+” and repeat 7-12 for both FindMeBW or FindMeColor depending on which one you have already installed.
  14. Now, when you print to FindMeBW or FindMeColor, a window asking for your credentials should pop-up. If you are staff or faculty, enter your Network ID and password. If you are a student, add “student\” before your Network ID and enter your password as usual.
  15. Go to any Sharp copier and swipe your Pepperdine ID card. Select the job(s) to release and retrieve your document from the print tray.

Register for Wireless Network Access

LaptopPepperdine University has wireless networking capabilities throughout the Malibu campus as well as at the other Pepperdine campuses.

Students can conduct research, download research projects, and check e-mail within the accessible area.  For those students considering a new laptop purchase please review our recommendations page here.

You can easily access the WiFi network on your laptop, tablet, smart phone, or other wireless device by registering your device at https://wavesconnect.pepperdine.edu.  To register your device, select “Current Students, Faculty, and Staff” and then enter your wavenet ID and password credentials to access the WiFi network. 

Connection Instructions for Faculty, Staff, and Students

  1. Open a web browser on your device (Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, etc.) and visit any web page. You should be redirected to the WavesConnect website for your location.  If not, point your browser to https://wavesconnect.pepperdine.edu.
  2. Read and agree to the Computer and Network Responsible Use Policy.
  3. Click “Start” next to the heading of “Current Students, Faculty and Staff.”
  4. Enter your NetworkID and password. (Don’t know your password?)
  5. Select “Student”, “Faculty/Staff – University Owned” or “Faculty/Staff Personally Owned” from the drop down menu.
  6. Click “Continue.”
  7. Wait for the progress bar to complete or reboot your computer.
  8. Registration is now complete. You must register your computer or device annually.

Remember, when you register your device, your registration will last one year.  Registering as a guest user lasts only one day.   

For more information on Network and Internet Access via Computer Registration see Pepperdine University’s IT site here.