10-16-2017 09:35 AM
Very much the same issue here, but a different printer, so I wanted to add another datapoint:
I haven't been able to Scan to Network Folder on my iMac since I updated from Sierra to MacOS High Sierra (10.13).
I have a slightly different model of printer -- HP Laser Jet Pro MFP M477fnw -- but basically the same printer.
Anyway, I get the same error as the original poster.
The 75 DPI scan is crappy quality but works around the issue for now.
10-16-2017 09:46 AM
Another (potential) workaround, until Apple or HP fixes the issue: scan to email works great. No dpi restrictions. I set up a smart folder, and all scans go directly into the folder. Obvioulsy not an ideal fix if you need to share files over a network.
10-20-2017 03:50 PM
In regards to the 10.13.1 beta helping, it has not fixed my problem. I put the new beta on three different computers that had the problem with the printer scanning to the share. All still give the same error message (and all still will allow scanning to the shares if DPI is set to 75). Wish this would have been a fixed. But for now, still waiting.
11-28-2017 12:53 PM
This is unbelievable but my 8620 officejet is not working after the newest High Sierra update either! I am getting the same message: THE PRINTER IS NOT RESPONDING
Bonjour/AirPrint pref pane in the System Preferences is recognizing the printer, but there is NO communication to the printer
Wi-Fi Direct prints and works perfectly
Once connected to the normal WiFi the printer stops responding altogether to the computer's requests.
Something must have happened with the newest X.1 update
11-29-2017 09:37 AM
this article was informative but didn't solve my problem.
This is what I did and that helped to solve the OfficeJet connection woes:
- turn off ipv6 on the printer
- disconnect Mac from the 5GHz Wifi
- connect Mac to the 2.4 GHz Wifi
- the printer installs and responds immediately
- disconnect Mac from the 2.4 GHz Wifi and reconnect to the 5GHz Wifi
- Printer works perfectly again
12-19-2017 04:50 AM
I recently bought a new imac with high sierra. I couldn't connect to the printer nor could I scan. It has taken hours of research to find a solution. High Sierra came with the firewall on. Try going into System Preferences, Security and Privacy and turn the firewall off. This may also be relevant to those who have downloaded the latest software.
Anyway, certainly worth trying.