How to Access Cisco StadiumVision Director Quick Facts

How to Access Cisco StadiumVision Director Quick Facts
How to Access Cisco StadiumVision Director
Revised: May 1, 2015
Software Release: 3.0 and Later Releases
Quick Facts
You can use an Apple Mac or Microsoft Windows PC or laptop using a supported browser to access
Cisco StadiumVision Director.
For the latest information about hardware and software requirements, such as browser requirements
for your software release, see the corresponding Release Notes for your software release at:
If you leave a session idle for 30 minutes it will timeout.
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How to Access Cisco StadiumVision Director
To access Cisco StadiumVision Director, complete the following steps:
Step 1
Using a supported browser version, open a browser window and type the URL for the Cisco StadiumVision Director
server in the following sample format, where ip-address is the IPv4 address of the Cisco StadiumVision Director
Step 2
Log into Cisco StadiumVision Director with your account information. Type the account Username and Password in
the corresponding boxes and click Log In.
Step 3
If this is the first time that you are logging in, or your administrator has configured a request for reset, you may be
asked to change your password. Type your current password in the first box, and then type your new password in the
next two boxes for confirmation of syntax. Click Save.
How to Access Cisco StadiumVision Director
Step 4
From the Cisco StadiumVision Director main menu, click the icon to go to a specific application area. A new browser
window opens displaying the software area that you selected.
How to Access Cisco StadiumVision Director
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