What is the difference between “Twain Scan” and “Network Scan”?
Twain Scan, also know as “Pull Scan,” pulls the scan to your PC using software to retrieve and display your scanned image. It is a four part process of starting the software, loading the images that need to be scanned, executing the software to pull the image to the PC, then saving the image.
Network Scan, also known as “Push Scan,” pushes the scan from the Copier/Scanner to your PC. This is a one step process, at the Copier/Scanner, of loading your documents, selecting a preset destination, and sending it over. This automatically saves the document to the specified folder on the PC.