With the new macOS, Monterey 12, tests were conducted on Xerox printers and MFPs for compatibility. 

To make the shift to this new OS, you’ll need the OS-specific drivers. To check the availability of the drivers for your particular printer, head over to the compatibility document. This document is accessible through the Xerox equipment compatibility page

The page depicts 5 levels of compatibility. Most printers and MFPs will have level 1 compatibility. However, some may have a 2, which indicates that the driver will come out in the future. 

Driver Available:

You can easily find the macOS Monterey 12 drivers on the support page dedicated to your model of MFP or printer. Alternatively, you can head over to the Xerox Support and Drivers page to check for the latest drivers available for your model of MFP or printer. 

You must select the macOS Monterey 12 operating system from the drop-down menu. Click on “Apply Filter” to see the compatible drivers and download the right one. 

Driver Is Not Available – Workaround:

If the driver is not available (and you get a compatibility level of 2), there are a few workarounds. The simplest and easiest workaround is to use the Scan to Email and AirPrint options. 

There are some caveats to this, though. For one thing, AirPrint does not give you all the features that you would get from a normal print driver. And as for Scan to Email, you must connect to the internet for this to work. 

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