Control memory card security on a network
Your HP all-in-one, if networked, lets computers on your network access the contents
of memory cards. When used on a wireless network that does not have wireless
encryption enabled, anyone within wireless range who knows your network name and
the HP all-in-one network ID can access the contents of your memory card while it is
inserted in the HP all-in-one.
HP Officejet 7300/7400 series all-in-one
You can increase the privacy of data on your memory cards by establishing a WEP
(Wired Equivalent Privacy) key or WPA/PSK (Wi-Fi Protected Access/Pre-Shared Key) )
on your wireless network or by setting the HP all-in-one so it never shares an inserted
memory card with networked computers, wireless or not. This means that other
computers on your network will also not be able to access the files on the memory
For more information on adding encryption to a wireless network, see the Network
The HP all-in-one never shares the contents of a memory card in a digital
camera that is connected to the HP all-in-one through the camera port.
, and then press
This displays the
and then selects
to select Memory Card Security.
Press the number next to the desired security option:
1. Share Files
2. Do Not Share Files