Access PE 3.0 - Installation Manual

Access PE 3.0 - Installation Manual
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Table of contents
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System Overview
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1.1
Restrictions and options
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1.2
Installation on one computer
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1.3
Installation on multiple computers
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1.4
System Prerequisites
10
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General
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2.1
Introduction
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2.2
User Login
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2.3
Menu and Tool bar
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2.4
General system settings
22
2.5
Layout of the main dialog
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2.6
Menu and tool bar
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2.7
Layout of the main dialog
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2.8
Menu and Tool bars
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2.9
Enrollment Configuration
35
2.9.1
Enrollment via AMC connected readers
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Installation
42
3.1
Requirements
43
3.2
Beginning the Installation
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3.3
Language Selection and Preparing
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3.4
License Agreement
47
3.5
Customer Information
48
3.6
Choosing the type of Installation.
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3.6.1
Entering the Server for Client installations
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3.7
Choosing the installation path
50
3.8
Choosing Components
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3.8.1
Client Installation
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3.9
Selecting supported languages
56
3.10
Default configuration language (server only)
57
3.11
Confirming Choices
58
3.12
Setup Status
59
3.13
Installation completed
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Product usage
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4.1
Licensing
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4.1.1
License packages and their content
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4.1.2
Activating licenses
65
4.2
Setting Server access rights
68
4.3
Changing the backdrop
69
4.4
Language settings
70
4.5
Configuring the system to your needs
72
4.6
Map Viewer and Alarm Management
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4.6.1
Configuring a map
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4.6.2
Adding a device to a map
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4.7
X-Protect Integration
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5
Deinstallation - Reinstallation
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5.1
Deinstallation
83
5.1.1
Windows Software
84
5.1.2
Initialization
85
5.1.3
Confirming the Deinstallation
86
5.1.4
Close all programs
86
5.1.5
Performing an Export
87
5.1.6
Declining the Export
88
5.1.7
DbiTool
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5.1.8
Setup Status
90
5.1.9
Completion and Reboot
91
5.2
Modify the software
92
5.3
Reinstallation/Update
94
5.3.1
Import
95
5.3.2
DbiTool
97
5.3.3
Check the Configuration
97
5.3.4
Installation completed
98
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User rights
99
6.1
User rights
6.2
Setting user access rights
103
6.3
User handover and workstation security
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System Overview
Access Professional Edition System (hereunder referred to as
Access PE) consists of four modules
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LAC Service: a process which is in constant communication
with the LACs (Local Access Controllers – hereafter
referred to as Controllers). AMCs (Access Modular
Controllers) are used as Controllers.
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Configurator
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Personnel Management
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Logviewer
These four can be divided into server and client modules.
The LAC service needs to remain in constant contact with the
controllers because firstly it constantly receives messages from
them regarding movements, presence and absence of
cardholders, secondly because it transmits data modifications,
e.g. assignment of new cards, to the controllers, but mainly
because it carries out meta-level checks (access sequence
checks, anti-passback checks, random screening).
The Configurator should also run on the server; however it can
be installed on client workstations and operated from there.
The modules Personnel Management and Logviewer belong to
the Client component and can be run on the Server in addition,
or on a different PC with a network connection to the server.
The following Controllers can be used.
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AMC2 4W (with four Wiegand reader interfaces) - can be
extended with an AMC2 4W-EXT
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AMC2 4R4 (with four RS485 reader interfaces)
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Restrictions and options
You can use Access PE for systems that do not exceed the
following thresholds for connectable components and
manageable data volume.
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Max. 10,000 cards
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Up to three cards per person
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PIN length: 4 to 8 characters (configurable)
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PIN types:
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Verification PIN
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Identification PIN
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Arming PIN
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Door PIN
Access variants:
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Only with card
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Only with PIN
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PIN or card
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Max. 255 time models
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Max. 255 access authorizations
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Max. 255 area-time authorizations
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Max. 255 authorization groups
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Max. 16 workstations
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Max. 128 readers
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Max. one I/O extension board (AMC2 8I-8O-EXT, AMC2
16I-16O-EXT or AMC2 16I-EXT) per Controller
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The following restrictions apply to each controller type:
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AMC2 4W AMC2 4W
AMC2 4R4
with AMC2
Readers/entrances
Max. readers per
7
4W-EXT
4
8
8
1
1
8
AMC
Max. readers per
interface/bus
Table 1.1: System limits — readers and entrances
Video system — restrictions and options
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Max. 128 cameras
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Up to 5 cameras per entrance
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1 identification camera
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2 back surveillance cameras
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2 front surveillance cameras
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You can configure one of these cameras as an alarm
and log book camera.
Offline Locking System (OLS) — restrictions and options
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Max. 1024 doors
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The number of entrances and authorization groups in the
authorizations depends on the dataset length that can be
written to the cards.
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Max. 15 time models
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Up to 4 periods per time model
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Max. 10 special days/holidays (from the online system)
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Installation on one computer
The following figure shows a complete Access PE system
installed on a single computer. Controllers can be connected via
a serial interface. If a dialog reader is used then this is also
connected via a serial interface.
Figure 1.1: System Overview – Single Computer Configuration
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Installation on multiple computers
The following figure shows an Access PE system distributed
across 2 computers. This is particularly beneficial in cases
where the Server to which the Controllers are connected is in a
locked computer room, but the personnel data is maintained,
for example, by the personnel department elsewhere.
The Access PE Client can be installed on up to 16 computers,
which access common data on the Server via the network.
Client workstations can be configured to use two monitors.
Window positions maintained by the operating system, ensure a
familiar operators’ environment across login sessions.
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Figure 1.2: System overview – Distributed System
1.4
System Prerequisites
The installation of Access PE requires:
Operating Systems (one of):
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Windows XP SP2 Professional
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Windows XP SP3 Professional
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Windows 2008 Server
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Windows 7
Other software:
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To run the AmcIpConfig application supplied (and the
Bosch Video SDK), you need the .NET Framework 4.0
platform.
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To create and display lists and reports, you must install
Crystal Reports applications.
Separate setups are available on the installation CD.
Hardware Requirements
Both Server an Client require a Standard Windows PC with:
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4 GHz CPU
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4 GB RAM at least
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20 GB free disk space (Server)
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1 GB free disk space (Client)
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100 Mbit Ethernet Network Card (PCI)
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Graphical adapter with 1024x768 resolution and 32k colors
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Resolution support:
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1024 by 768
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1280 by 1024
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2048 by 768
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2560 by 1024
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CD/DVD-ROM Drive
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I/O Expansion Option
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USB Keyboard and Mouse
Notice!
Microsoft Windows XP Professional is required for any video
integration.
Please consult the documentation of the chosen devices and
ensure that you can use an operating system supported by both
software and devices.
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General
2.1
Introduction
Access PE 3.0
Access PE is an Access Control System which has been
designed to offer the highest standards of security and flexibility
to small and medium sized installations.
Access PE owes its stability and upgradeability to a 3-tier
design: The top tier is the administration level with its
controlling services. All administrative tasks are carried out
here, e.g. the registration of new cards and the assignment of
access rights.
The second tier is formed by the Local Access Controllers
(LACs) which govern each group of doors or entrances. Even
when the system is offline a LAC is able independently to make
access control decisions. LACs are responsible for controlling
the entrances, governing door opening times or requesting PINcodes at critical access points.
The third tier consists of card readers which, like the
Controllers, are identical across all BOSCH access controls.
They provide not only a consistently high degree of security, but
also a simple upgrade and expansion path for the system,
protecting previous investments.
Access PE multi-user version allows multiple workstations to
control the system. Customizable user rights levels regulate
access and guarantee security. In this way it is possible, for
example, to maintain card data from one workstation whilst
using another to verify whether an employee is present in the
building.
Access PE offers exceptionally flexible configuration of access
rights, time models and entrance parameters. The following list
gives an overview of the most important features:
Quick & Easy card Assignment
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Cards (up to three) can be assigned to persons either manually
or using a dialog reader connected to a PC via a serial
connection. Only one card can be active per person at any one
time. When upgrading cards the old card is automatically
overwritten and becomes invalid, thus preventing old cards from
gaining access even if those responsible forgot or were unable
to cancel them.
Access Rights (including Group Privileges)
Each person can inherit group privileges as well as having
individual rights assigned to him. Privileges can be restricted by
area and time to an accuracy of one minute. Group privileges
can be used to grant and limit access rights for any or all
cardholders simultaneously. Group privileges can be made
dependent on time models which restrict their access to certain
times of day.
Access tracking
By defining Areas it is possible to track and enforce a correct
sequence of accesses. Even without monitoring, this
configuration makes it possible to display a cardholder's
location.
Anti-Passback
When a card has been read it can be blocked for a defined
period from entering at the same access point. Hence it is
possible to prevent "passback", where a user hands his card
back across a barrier to provide access for an unauthorized
person.
Automatic Cancelation of cards upon Expiration
Visitors and temporary staff frequently require access for a
limited period only.
cards can be registered for a specific time period, so that they
automatically lose their validity when that period expires.
Time Models and Day Models
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A cardholder can be assigned to specific time models which
regulate the hours in which that person has access. Time
models can be defined flexibly using day models which
determine how specific weekdays, weekends, holidays and
special days deviate from normal working days.
Identification via PIN-Code
Instead of a card a person can use a special PIN-Code to enter.
Verification via PIN-Code
Particularly sensitive areas can be programmed to require
additional PIN-Codes. This protection can in turn be made
dependent on time models, so that, for instance, a PIN-Code is
only required for access during holiday times or outside of
defined working hours.
Flexible Door Management
Flexible parameterization of individual door models allows an
optimum balance between security and comfort. The "shunt" or
alarm suppression period can be individually specified to
regulate for how long a door may remain open. In cooperation
with an alarm system the access point can then optionally be
locked.
Periodic Door Release
In order to facilitate access, door alarms can be shunted to
release doors for specific periods. Door release periods can be
defined manually or automatically via a time model.
Time and Attendance
Access points can be parameterized to record ingress and
egress for time & attendance purposes.
Card Design
The graphical add-in module Card Personalization (CP) is fully
integrated into the Access Control system to allow the operator
to create cards without switching applications.
Assignment of Photos
If the add-in module Card Personalization (CP) is not activated
photographic identification can nevertheless be imported and
associated with cardholders.
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Offline locking system
Areas which are not covered, for whatever reason, by the highavailability online access control system can nevertheless be
locked offline.
Administration of video devices
Entrances can be equipped additionally with cameras to identify
and track the movements of persons using them.
2.2
User Login
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Start the user applications using the desctop icons:
Personnel Management
Configurator
Logviewer
Map and Alarm Management
Video Verification
or choose the tools via : Start > Programs > Access
Professional Edition
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Start the : Map & Alarm Management application using the
desctop icon
or via : Start > Programs > Access
Professional Edition > Map & Alarm Management.
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Start the : Video Verification application using the desctop
icon
or via : Start > Programs > Access Professional
Edition > Video Verification.
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Start the : Configurator application using the desctop icon
or via : Start > Programs > Access Professional Edition >
Configurator.
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Start the : Logviewer application using the desctop icon
or via : Start > Programs > Access Professional Edition >
Logviewer.
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Start the : Personnel Management application using the
desctop icon
or via : Start > Programs > Access
Professional Edition > Personnel Management.
The system's applications are protected from unauthorized use.
A login with a valid username and password is required in order
to invoke the dialog-based subsystems.
The upper drop-down list can be used to select the desired
interaction language. The default is that language which was
used to install the application. If there is a change of user
without restarting the application then the previous language is
retained. For this reason it is possible for a dialog box to appear
in an undesired language. In order to avoid this, please log in to
Access PE again.
Access PE applications can be run in the following languages:
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English
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German
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Russian
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Polish
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Chinese (PRC)
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Dutch
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Spanish
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Portuguese (Brazil)
Notice!
All facilities such as device names, labels, models and userrights schemes are displayed in the language in which they
were entered.Similarly buttons and labels controlled by the
operating system may appear in the language of the operating
system.
If a valid username/password pair are entered then the button :
Change Password appears. This can be used to start a new
dialog to change the password.
The button Start the application checks the user's privileges
and, based on these, starts the application. If the system is
unable to authenticate the login then the following error
message appears: : Wrong username or password!
Login via Personnel Management
If the user is already logged into the Access PE Personnel
Management application, and if the user's rights include the
other tools, he can start the : LogViewer, : Configurator, : Alarm
Management and : Video Verification using the toolbar buttons.
If the user is already logged into the Access PE Personnel
Management application, and if the user's rights include :
LogViewer, then : LogViewer may be invoked directly using the
button in the tools list, without requiring a separate login to
the LogViewer application.
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If the user is already logged into the Access PE Personnel
Management application, and if the user's rights include :
Configurator, then : Configurator may be invoked directly using
the
button in the tools list, without requiring a separate
login to the Configurator application.
If the user is already logged into the Access PE Personnel
Management application, and if the user's rights include : Video
Verification, then : Video Verification may be invoked directly
using the
button in the tools list, without requiring a separate
login to the Configurator application.
If the user is already logged into the Access PE Personnel
Management application, and if the user's rights include : Alarm
Management, then : Alarm Management may be invoked
directly using the
button in the tools list, without requiring a
separate login to the Configurator application.
2.3
Menu and Tool bar
The following functions can be invoked via the menus, the icons
in the toolbar or specific keyed shortcuts.
Function
Icon/
Description
Shortcut
Menu File
New
Clears all configuration dialog
Crtl + N
boxes (except for default
settings) in order to define a
new configuration.
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Icon/
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Description
Shortcut
Open...
Opens a dialog box to select a
Crtl + O
different configuration for
loading.
Save
Saves changes into the current
configuration file.
Crtl + S
Save as...
Saves the current configuration
into a new file.
Activate
Activates a loaded configuration
Configuration
and saves the hitherto active
configuration.
Send
Propagates saved configuration
Configuration to
changes to the LAC-Service.
LAC
List recently
Opens configurations directly,
active
circumventing the Open
configurations
function's selection dialog.
Exit
Shuts down Access PE
Configurator.
Function
Icon/
Description
Shortcut
Menu View
Tool bar
Toggles display of the tool bar
(default = on).
Status bar
Toggles display of the status bar
at the bottom edge of the
window (default = on).
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Icon/
Description
Shortcut
Menu Configuration
General
Opens the General Settings
dialog for setting up Controllers
and general system parameters.
Input signals
Opens the dialog box for
parametrizing input signals.
Output signals
Opens the dialog box for
parametrizing output signals.
Entrances
Opens the Entrances dialog for
parametrizing doors and card
readers.
Areas
Opens the Area Configuration
dialog for dividing the protected
installation into virtual areas.
Holidays
Opens the Holidays dialog box
for defining holidays and special
days.
Day Models
Opens the Day Models dialog
box for defining time periods
within a day for the activation of
access functions.
Time Models
Opens the dialog Time Models
for defining timezones
dependent on days of the week
or calendar.
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Icon/
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Description
Shortcut
Personnel
Opens the dialog box Personnel
Groups
Groups for dividing personnel
into logical groups.
Access
Opens the dialog box Access
Authorization
Authorization Groups for
Groups
defining groupings of
authorizations to entrances.
Offline locking
Opens the Offline locking
system
system dialog for configuring
special elements of the
installation (Entrances, Time
models, Authorization groups).
Display Texts
Opens the dialog box Display
texts for editing the texts to be
displayed at the card readers.
Log Messages
Opens the dialog box Log
Messages for editing and
categorizing log messages.
Additional
personnel fields
Opens the dialog box
Additional personnel fields for
defining data fields for
personnel.
Wiegand - cards
Opens the dialog box Wiegandcards for defining the structures
of card data.
Administering
Opens the Video devices dialog
video devices
for configuring cameras to be
used in video verification.
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Icon/
Description
Shortcut
Map Viewer and
Opens the Map Viewer for an
Alarm
areal view of maps and control
management
devices and the alarm list for
alarm handling.
Menu ? (Help)
Help topics
Opens this help text.
About Access
Displays general information
Professional
about Access Professional
Edition -
Edition - Configurator
Configurator
2.4
General system settings
General system settings are displayed below the list of
controller settings. These are valid for all installations.
Parameter
Default
Description
value
Country Code
00
Customer Code 056720
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Some card data are appended
to the manually entered card
number.
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Description
value
Poll interval on
200
The time interval in milliseconds
serial
between pollings by the LAC-
connected LAC
Service to verify intact
in ms
connections to a controller.
Read-Timeout
500
on serial
1 to 500
Possible values for read-
connected LAC
timeout: 1 to 3000
in ms
Create TA data
Range of values for poll interval:
00:01
at
Specification of the time at
which the Time & Attendance
data file should be created.
Export
deactivated When activated this option
personnel and
causes time & attendance data
TA data
to written continuously to the
export file.
When not activated the data file
is created at the time specified
by the parameter Create TA
data at.
The file containing attendance time-stamps is created in the
following directory:
C:\Program Files\Bosch\Access Professional Edition\PE\Data
\Export
Under the name TA_<Current date YYYYMMDD>.dat
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Default
Description
value
Show welcome/ activated
Given appropriate reader type
leaving
and settings (Arriving, Leaving
message
or Check ok in the Entrances
dialog) the reader will display
those welcome and leaving
texts which are stored for the
cardholder in the Personnel
Data dialog of the Personnel
Management application.
Does not apply to Wiegand
readers.
Show
aktiviert
Readers with display will show
cardholder
the Display Name as stored in
name in display
the cardholder's Personnel
Data.
Does not apply to Wiegand
readers.
Number of
digits
4
Determines the number of
digits a verification or arming
PIN requires.
This setting applies also to the
door PIN which can be set
during the configuration of
entrances.
Possible values: 4 to 8
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Parameter
Default
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Description
value
use separate
If no separate IDS PIN is set,
IDS PIN
then a verification PIN can be
used to arm the IDS.
Only if the check box is
selected do the input fields for
the arming-PIN become active
in the Personnel dialog screen.
In this case the verification PIN
can no longer be used to arm
the IDS.
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Parameter
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Default
Description
value
Count of retries 3
Number of failed attempts to
before blocking
enter the PIN. If the cardholder
mistypes the PIN this many
times then s/he will incur a
system-wide block which can
only be removed by an
authorized system user
(Personnel Management).
Possible values: 1 to 9
Directory paths
C:\Program These are the default paths. The
to:
Files
directories for import, export
Database
\BOSCH
and image files can be changed.
Log file
\Access
Import files
Professiona
Export files
l Edition\PE
DLL files
\Data...
Image data
\Db
Test-Logging
\MsgLog
\Import
\Export
\Dll
\Pictures
\Log
Notice!
When using Wiegand controllers and readers, in order to use
Identification-, arming- or door-PINs the Wiegand card definition
PIN or Card (Nr. 6) needs to be activated.
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Layout of the main dialog
The dialog consists of the following parts:
1=
Menu bar — contains dialog functions displayed
according to the menu order.
2=
Toolbar — contains shortcut keys for the most
important dialog functions.
3=
Title bar — conforms to Windows standard and
contains buttons for minimizing or closing the dialog
window. The name of the registered user appears in
square brackets.
4=
Personnel table — lists all people known in the system
along with their attendance status (authorization and
location).
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Dialog field — the first time this field is opened or
when no user is logged in, it shows a neutral image
(map of the world). When an entry is selected from the
Personnel list, this person's data is displayed.
6=
Online swipe — lists the last five people (with
database image) that have swiped their cards at the
entrance selected.
7=
Device status — lists the configured devices and
entrances along with their connection status. Enables
door control functions.
8=
Event display — faults are indicated by a flashing red
bar (flashes three times) with details on the cause.
9=
Status bar — displays information on buttons and
menu entries that are controlled with the cursor.
Status display on card personalization program (CP),
dialog readers and LAC service.
When you enable the Video Verification component, additional
facilities will be added to this dialog; see Personnel
Management.
When you enable the Video Verification component, additional
facilities will be added to this dialog.
2.6
Menu and tool bar
The following functions are available via the menus or the icon
buttons.
Function
Icon
Description
Menu Options
Refresh
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Exit
Icon
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Description
Exits the Access PE Personnel
Management application
Menu Persons
New person
Opens a blank personnel and
card data dialog
Modify person
Opens the personnel and card
data dialog with the data of the
selected person.
Delete person
Deletes the selected person
(after confirming a safety check
dialog).
Transmit selected
Transmits the selected person's
person to the LAC
data to the LAC service and
service
reports success.
Transmit all
Transmits all persons' data to
persons to the
the LAC service and reports
LAC service
success.
Set all persons
Sets all persons absent (after
absent
confirming a safety check
dialog).
Set location of all
Sets the location of all persons
persons present
to unknown and deactivates
to unknown
access tracing for the next
booking of each person.
View/print reports
Calls the dialog for creating
report lists.
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Icon
Description
List
Restricts the persons shown to
control those of the selected group.
Menu View
Symbol bar
Toggles display of the tool bar.
Default = on.
Status bar
Toggles display of the status
bar. Default = on.
Personnel data:
Choice of columns displayed in
State
the personnel overview in
Card No.
addition to symbol and name
Personnel-No.
columns.
Company
Default = State - Company -
Personnel Group
Location
Phone
Location
Menu Door management
open door
These
The entrance selected in the
functio
device list is displayed and can
ns are
be opened (one-off).
also
availabl
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Icon
Long-term open
the
lock door
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Description
The entrance selected in the
context device list is displayed and can
menu
be opened (long-term).
(right
click on
the
desired
The entrance selected in the
device list is displayed and can
be locked.
door/
entranc
e)
Menu Tools
User logon
Log in/off Personnel
management.
Execute the
Executes Configurator and
Configurator
transfers data from personnel
management.
Execute log
Executes Log viewer and
viewer
transfers data from personnel
management.
Execute Video
Starts the application for
verification
executing video verification.
Execute Alarm and
Starts the Map viewer and
Map management
Alarm management processing
application.
Video panel
Shows four displays in the
dialog field for individual video
camera feeds.
Properties
Opens a dialog box for general
system settings.
Menu ? (Help)
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Function
Icon
Description
Help topics
Opens this help file.
About Access
Displays information about
Professional
Personnel Management.
Edition Personnel
Management
2.7
Layout of the main dialog
1=
Menu bar - Contains all dialog functions arranged in
menus.
2=
Tool bar - Contains the most important dialog
functions as icon buttons
3=
Title bar - Conforms to Windows standard and
contains buttons to minimize and close the main
dialog window. The name of the current user is
displayed in square brackets.
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Device status - List of the configured devices and
entrances along with their connection status.
5=
Message list - List of messages arrived hitherto. The
display can be modified by specific filter settings.
6=
Filter selection - Predefined and customized filters
can be selected from the combo-box.
7=
Alarm activation - Triggers the activation/
deactivation of alarms for messages. An incoming
message can be accompanied by an acoustic signal.
8=
Status bar - Dates of the log files opened. Status of
the LAC Service. Alarm settings.
2.8
Menu and Tool bars
The following functions are available for log evaluation via
menus and icon buttons.
Menu
Function
Icon
Description
button
File
Print...
Print the log messages
displayed
Exit
Closes the LogViewer
application.
Filter
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Opens the message
definition
filtering dialog.
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Function
Icon
Description
button
Continuous
Starts continuous
mode on
message display. This
icon is only active
when the function is
not already running
and the message filter
is set to the current
day.
Continuous message
display is the default
setting.
Continuous
Pauses the continuous
mode off
message display. This
icon is only active
when continuous
message display is
running.
Events
Switch to previous
previous
day's messages.
day
View
Events next
Switch to next day's
day
messages.
Symbol bar
Hides/Displays the
tool bar.
Default = on.
Status bar
Hides/Displays the
status bar.
Default = on.
without a menuitem
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Description
button
? (Help)
2.9
Help topics
Opens this help file.
About
Opens Help About
LogViewer
Access PE LogViewer.
Enrollment Configuration
Enrollment Readers (RS 232) > Tools > Settings calls a dialog
in which it is possible to perform basic configuration tasks
(activate, modify) from any workstation.
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Administrative workplaces, where persons are assigned
cards, can be fitted with an enrollment reader. This must be
parameterized and configured according to the
manufacturer's specifications, or those delivered with the
device. If an enrollment reader is set up then manual card
checking is deactivated.
The required settings for supported readers are:
Reader name
BAUD
D
P
S
DELTA 1200 Prox RS232
9600
8
N
1
DELTA 1200 iClass RS232
57600
8
E
1
DELTA 1200 USB Hitag, Legic, Mifare
9600
8
N
1
DELTA 1200 RS232 Hitag, Legic, Mifare
19200
8
N
1
Rosslare ARD-1200EM USB
9600
8
N
1
LECTUS secure 5000 MD
9600
8
N
1
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Data bits
N=
none
P=
Parity
E=
even
S=
Stop bits
O=
odd
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If the system has been installed with the optional Card
Personalization (CP) module then the corresponding check
box is selected in settings. Unchecking this box blocks all
functions for card design/creation.
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In addition the automatic transfer of personnel data via
Connection to the LAC Server is also checked. This box
should always remain checked.
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The display of card information during card assignment can
be disabled here. This display is only necessary when,
contrary to default settings (see General Settings in Access
PE Configurator) card data are required which do not
conform to the company standard settings.
2.9.1
Enrollment via AMC connected readers
Make sure that at least one reader is configured with a Door
Model 06c, which is the door model for enrollment.
Start the Configuration Browser and select a Local Access
Controller (LAC) (e.g. AMC2…)
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Click the Entrances symbol an add a new Entrance reader:
The dialog window Define Entrance opens:
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In this dialog:
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Enter a Description (e.g. Enrollment Reader AMC)
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Select a LAC and a group ID (GID)
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Select a reader type (e.g. Wiegand)
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Select a number between 1 and 8 as Access Reader
Address
Click OK to conform the enrollment configuration.
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To assign the configured enrollment reader to a specific
workstation, you have to change tot he APE client.
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Select Tool > Properties.
Select an available enrollment reader to activate the enrollment
process.
Confirm that your enrollment reader is online.
If you don’t get an immediate response, restart the Personnel
Management dialog.
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Installation
In addition to the access control applications Personnel
Management, Configurator and Logviewer, Access Professional
Edition Installation also includes a facility for setting up the
LacSp (LAC Subprocess) service and the Card Personalization
automatic background process (if CP is to be installed).
The following applications are also installed and can all be
accessed via Start > Programs > Access Professional Edition.
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Alarm Management
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AMC IP Configuration
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Badge Designer
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Bosch Video Player
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Card Personalization Configuration (German and
English)
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Card Personalization Interface
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Database Management
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Video Verification
Notice!
If you wish to migrate from [MISSINGDISPLAYTEXT: Access
Personal Edition] to [MISSINGDISPLAYTEXT: Access
Professional Edition], you should first remove the existing
software via [MISSINGDISPLAYTEXT: Start > Settings >
Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs] before installing
the new software, making use, if necessary, of the data backup
feature described in the installation guide.
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Requirements
You must have the following software components to enable
fault-free operation of the Access PE software and its tools.
If these software components are not available on your
computer, you can install them from the Access PE installation
CD. Details regarding the products you require are as follows.
1.
dotnetfx40.exe (= .NET Framework 4.0)
is needed for...
2.
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... the AmcIpConfig application for configuring the
Access Modular Controllers (AMC) on the network.
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... for the Bosch Video SDK if you wish to use the
video components in your system.
Details on the exact version are available from the
README.txt on the software CD.
3.
VideoSDK_Redist443.exe and VideoSDK_Redist510.exe (=
Bosch Video SDK) for the functionalities associated with
the integrated Video System.
For selecting the proper VSDK please refer to the VDSK
device compatibility sheet included on the DVD.
4.
CRXI_R2_SP4Runtime.msi (= Crystal Reports) for creating
and displaying reports and lists.
Notice!
We recommend that you install the components in the order
they are listed above.
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Beginning the Installation
Before starting the installation please close all other programs.
Log in as Administrator or use an account which has
administrator privileges. Place the installation CD in the CD
Drive and begin the installation by double-clicking the file
Access Professional Edition Setup.exe in the main directory.
Notice!
The installation and the way it is carried out does not depend
on the components ordered for your access control system. All
components are installed, and these are either released or
blocked by the licensing procedure performed later; see .
3.3
Language Selection and Preparing
Choose the desired language (English or German) for you
installation from the list. Confirm your choice by clicking OK.
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Figure 3.1: Installation – Language Selection
This selection only relates to the language used in the
installation wizard dialogs during installation. It does not affect
the languages of applications used later.
After setup the Install Shield wizard will start up in the chosen
language. Press Next
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Figure 3.2: Installation - Start of the Install Shield Wizard
Notice!
If you have chosen for the installation a language other than
that of the operating system, it is nevertheless possible that
some system elements (particularly button labels) appear in the
language of the operating system.
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License Agreement
In order to continue the installation it is necessary to accept the
terms of the license agreement. Please read these carefully and
indicate your acceptance by clicking I accept the terms of the
license agreement.
Figure 3.3: Installation - License Agreement
Only then will the button Next be activated so that the
installation can proceed to the next stage.
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Customer Information
Enter the user and company information in the fields provided.
The default values shown are those which were entered during
the installation of the operating system.
Figure 3.4: Installation – Customer Information
Confirm your entries by clicking Next.
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Choosing the type of Installation.
You can choose between Server and Client type installations.
Figure 3.5: Installation – Choosing the type of installation
Confirm your choice by clicking Next.
Notice!
Install Access PE on the server first. When installing the clients
you need to enter the computer name of the server where the
Server component of Access PE has been installed.
Notice!
Additional information is necessary for Client installations. Any
such divergences from the steps of the Server installation will
be described at the appropriate points in this guide.
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Entering the Server for Client installations
If you have chosen Client installation, you will first need to enter
the computer name of the Server to which the Client will
connect, and on which Access PE has already been installed.
Figure 3.6: Installation - Client: Entering the Server name
Confirm your input by clicking Next.
3.7
Choosing the installation path
Choose the directory where the Access PE files are to be
installed.
The default path is on the C-partition of your computer. The
various components are located in the following directory
structure:
C:\BOSCH\Access Professional Edition\
The subdirectories CP and PE contain the files for Card
Personalization, and access control respectively.
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Notice!
Access PE documentation assumes the default paths shown
here. If you choose a different directory structure be sure to
inform the users so that they can later find the relevant files.
Caution!
If you are installing the components in Vista, do not use the
programs folder on your operating system (C:\Programs or C:
!
\Program files) if you change the installation path. This is
specially protected (from write access) so that database access
is limited.
This restriction only applies to the installation of Access PE
and is not generally applicable to other installations.
Figure 3.7: Installation - Choosing the installation path
Confirm your choice by clicking Next.
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Choosing Components
According to the default settings all components are installed on
the server. By clearing the relevant check-box you can exclude
individual components from the installation.
The following components are available:
Personnel Management
Installs the dialogs for Personnel Administration.
Log Viewer
Installs the application for log book evaluation including a link
on the desktop and in the Personnel Management dialog.
Configurator
Installs the Configurator program, for setting up devices and
systems, with a link on the desktop and in the Personnel
Management dialog. These components should be installed at
least on the server. They can however be executed from any
client.
Card Personalization
Installs the Card Personalization application in the CP folder.
Functions for card processing (e.g. importing pictures, printing
receipts) can only be executed if the badge designer program is
installed and running.
Notice!
It is recommended that you install all components on the
server, so that in the case of network problems between Server
and Clients there is always one computer from which these
tasks can be performed.
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Figure 3.8: Installation - Server: Choosing Components
Confirm your choice by clicking Next.
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Client Installation
The component Configurator is deselected by default in the
components for Client installation.
Figure 3.9: Installation - Client: Choosing Components
The Configurator can however be installed on any client so that
configuration changes do not have to be carried out on the
Server.
Confirm your choice by clicking Next.
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Selecting supported languages
Select from the list of available languages those which the userinterface should offer.
Figure 3.10: Select the supported languages
By default all available languages are selected, however
individual languages can be excluded from your installation by
clearing the appropriate check-box.
Notice!
English is always installed and the selection can not be cleared.
This is to provide technical support access in cases where, for
example, only East Asian languages have been installed.
Languages thus installed can be selected in the login dialogs of
the applications in order to display the user-interface in the
desired language.
To retrospectively change the language selection you make here,
you must uninstall the Access PE software and then reinstall it.
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Click Next when you have made your choice of languages.
3.10
Default configuration language (server
only)
Predefined configuration data (including public holidays) are
available, in principle, in all of the languages listed here. Select
the language in which these configuration data are to be loaded
and maintained.
Figure 3.11: Select the default configuration language
The default configuration language is, like the installation
language, the language of the operating system. Nevertheless
any listed language can be selected. As only one default
configuration language is possible the check-box for the default
language will be cleared whenever a different language is
selected.
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Confirming Choices
The information entered up to now can be re-examined here and
changed or confirmed as required.
Changes can be made via the Back button, which can recall the
last and all previous dialog screens.
Figure 3.12: Installation – Confirming choices and starting file copy
In order to check all settings it may be necessary to scroll down
the list. The illustration below shows a full list of choices.
Confirm your choice by clicking Next if all settings are
satisfactory.
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Setup Status
The actual installation process begins now. Its status can be
tracked via the progress bar displayed.
Figure 3.13: Fig. 3.12 Installation – Progress bar
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Installation completed
The installation is complete and the Install Shield Wizard can be
closed. To do this click Finish.
Figure 3.14: Installation completed
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Product usage
At the time of installation, default and sample data was also
created for Access PE; this can help when you are setting up the
system. This preinstalled data makes it possible for a user to log
on and make changes.
Nevertheless, it is necessary to configure a few settings before
you can use the system in the way and to the extent you require.
The following sections describe the details regarding the
definitive implementation.
4.1
Licensing
Once you have installed the Access PE software, you will only
have limited access to the applications until you activate your
licenses. Installation enables Access PE components to be used
in demo mode. In addition to the standard components
(Personnel Management, Configurator and Logviewer), this
includes the release of the following facilities:
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1 workstation
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400 cards
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2 AMCs
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8 readers
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2 cameras
In order to operate and use the software according to the scope
of your order, you must activate the licenses you have
purchased.
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License packages and their content
License name
SAP no.
CTN
Functionality provided
Access PE — Basic
F.01U.127.354
ASL-APE2P-BASE
License
Enabling the standard Access PE components:
Personnel Management, Configurator,
Logviewer, Card personalization
1 workstation = one user logged on
16 readers
2000 cards
Access PE — Extended
F.01U.127.352
ASL-APE2P-BEXT
License
Enabling the standard Access PE components:
Personnel Management, Configurator,
Logviewer, Card personalization
2 workstations = two users logged on at the
same time
64 readers
10,000 cards
You must order one of these two licenses; otherwise, you will
not be able to use the following extension options.
Access PE — Reader
F.01U.127.353
ASL-APE2P-RDR
Expansion License
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CTN
Functionality provided
16 additional readers
You can also purchase several of these licenses
up to the maximum of 128 readers.
Access PE — Client
F.01U.127.355
ASL-APE2P-CLI
Expansion License
1 further workstation = one user logged on
You can also purchase several of these licenses
up to the maximum of 16 workstations.
Access PE — Video
F.01U.127.356
ASL-APE2P-VIDB
Activation License
Enabling the video components.
16 channels
Access PE — Video
F.01U.127.357
ASL-APE2P-VIDE
Expansion License
16 further channels
You can also purchase several of these licenses
up to the maximum of 128 cameras.
Access PE — OLS
F.01U.127.358
ASL-APE2P-OLSB
Activation License
Enabling the offline locking system.
16 doors
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License name
SAP no.
CTN
Functionality provided
Access PE — OLS
F.01U.127.359
ASL-APE2P-OLSE
Expansion License
1 further door
You can also purchase several of these licenses.
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Activating licenses
There are two steps to activating a license:
1.
Activating the base package.
2.
Activating all purchased extensions.
The base packages are ASL-APE2P-BASE and ASL-APE2P-BEXT all other software components are extensions.
To activate the software licenses, proceed as follows:
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Start the Access PE Configurator.
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Select Configuration > License activation... from the
menu to open the activation dialog.
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In the activation dialog...
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... select the appropriate base package from the
selection list under no. 1 the first time you activate the
license and skip point b. in this list.
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(the second time you activate the license, do not
select a base package) ... select the extension and
additional packages you have purchased by clicking
the checkbox for the corresponding list entry from the
list field (more than one selection is possible).
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If you have bought several packages of the same type,
click again in the corresponding field in the # column
to activate write mode and adjust the number to the
actual number of purchased licenses.
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Have the authorization no. (2 — Authorization no.) you
received with the product CD ready.
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Copy or manually input the computer signature—shown
in field 3 of the dialog—to a text file.
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If necessary, switch to a computer with Internet access and
start the browser.
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Enter the following URL in the address bar:
https://activation.boschsecurity.com
If you do not have an access account for the Bosch
License Activation Center, you have two options:
Create a new account (recommended) or click the link
to activate the new license without registering. If you
create an account and register before activation, the
License Manager records your activations. You can
display this log at any time.
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Follow the instructions for retrieving the license
activation key.
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Switch to the Access PE activation dialog and enter the
activation key you retrieved from the License Manager in
the bottom field.
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Complete your inputs by clicking [MISSINGDISPLAYTEXT:
Activate].
The activated software package appears in the right-hand
list box ([MISSINGDISPLAYTEXT: Active licences]) and the
activated components appear in the Summary area below
the list box.
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Notice!
If during use of the access control system the limits set by the
licences are exceeded, then a license-violation message will
appear every time the configurator is opened, and every time
configuration data are saved.
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Setting Server access rights
The standard protection settings under Windows XP
Professional, Windows 2008 Server, and Windows 7 have
changed vis-à-vis previous versions such that Client applications
can not access the folder
C:\BOSCH\Access Professional Edition\PE\Data (= default
installation path) even when that folder is shared. This issue
exists for changed installation paths, too.
Windows users who are logged into the workstations must have
at least write-access to this folder. This access right for users
and groups can be instated via the folder’s Properties menu,
Security tab.
Figure 4.1: Write-access for workstation users
The System administrator can choose whether to assign these
rights to each individual user or to all users within the domain.
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Showing the Security tab
If your system is using standard settings it can happen that the
Security tab is not displayed.
To change the standard settings invoke Folder Options as
follows:
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Folder Options
On the View tab clear the check-box Use simple file sharing
(Recommended) and confirm the changes with Apply and OK.
4.3
Changing the backdrop
The backdrop for the Personnel Management and Video
Verification dialogs is set by the installation procedure to the
BOSCH world map.
This backdrop can be replaced by any jpg file, for instance one
showing a floor-plan.
To do this first open the file Client.ini in the directory C:
\BOSCH\Access Professional Edition\PE\Data\Cfg with the
text editor of your choice.
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Change the entry MapImage=BOSCH_WorldMap (line 28) so
that the path to the desired jpg file appears after the equals sign
- e.g. C:\BOSCH\MyImage.jpg.
Notice!
These jpg backdrops are simple images and do not support
control elements for user interaction.
4.4
Language settings
Ideally only those languages are used in Access PE which are
compatible with the language of the operating system, e.g.
under a German operating system only Western European
languages.
If it should prove necessary to install languages in Access PE
which do not correspond to the operating system, e.g. Chinese
under a German operating system, then the following settings
need to be made. We demonstrate the individual steps here
using the example of Chinese.
Invoke the Regional and Language Options dialog under:
Start > Settings > Control Panel
Install additional languages
Open the Languages tab, and select in the Supplemental
language support field the language group to which the desired
language belongs.
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In the case of Chinese the appropriate option is Install files for
East Asian languages.
Notice!
During the installation you will be required to insert the
installation CD for the operating system. Continue with this
installation only if the operating system CD is available to you.
Click the Advanced tab and select from the upper combo-box
(Select a language to match the language version of the nonUnicode programs you want to use) the appropriate entry. In
our example this is Chinese (PRC).
In addition, check the box marked Apply all settings to the
current user account and the default user profile at the lower
edge of the dialog.
When these settings have been applied you will need to read
and confirm various message boxes before being invited to
restart the computer. Restart the computer.
After restarting log into an Access PE application and select, for
example, Chinese as your language. All dialogs and menus
should now contain the appropriate characters.
Keyboard settings
If the additional language is to be entered as well as read, then
further steps are necessary in addition to the settings described
above.
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On the Languages tab in the field Text services and input
languages click the button Details... This will open a further
dialog containing keyboard settings.
In the list field Installed Services click Add... to install further
keyboard layouts.
Choose from the combo-box Input language the desired
language and, if available, the desired keyboard layout and click
OK.
The list of keyboard layouts will be visible in the task bar
alongside the icons representing running programs.
Change the keyboard layout by selecting the desired list entry.
4.5
Configuring the system to your needs
Before your system can enter production usage, it needs to be
configured with personnel and location-specific data. The
following applications are available for this purpose, and may be
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invoked via Start > Programs > Access Professional Edition. For
further details, please refer to the online help within the
individual applications
Icon
Application
Description
Personnel
For creating and
Management
administering personnel data.
Badge Designer
For designing and creating
badge layouts.
Configurator
For configuring system data.
AMC IP Configuration
Card Personalization
Configuration
Notice!
AMC IP Configuration requires the presence of the .NET
Framework 3.0. If required this can be installed using a
separate setup on the installation CD.
4.6
Map Viewer and Alarm Management
The Access PE Map Viewer enables to control devices as
entrances, readers, cameras directly from a map.
The Access PE alarm list shows all incoming alarms to the
operator. Alarms can be accepted by the operator. In case of an
alarm, the location map will be displayed. The icon of the device
that triggered the alarm is highlighted by animation. Related
video live views are shown to verify the alarm.
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Map tree
2.
Active location map
3.
Device control from the map; controls are shown in the
map
4.
Alarm list with event information (incl. video)
5.
Device tree with status overview and control elements
Mapviewer features:
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Home map for easy navigation
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Navigation between photo views and floor plans via
hyperlink
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Navigation via device tree structure up to three levels
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Interactive Graphical Maps for alarms with integrated alarm
list
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Live view and door control from the map and device tree
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128 maps per system
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64 devices per map
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64 hyperlinks per map
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Max 2 MB per map
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Map viewer use a standard image format .bmp, .jpg, .png
Configuring a map
Start the Map Editor
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The map is shown on the dialog.
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Optionally configure this map as Home Map
Add a detail view, e.g. the canteen, to the map tree.
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To connect the new Canteen map with the main map, go to
the Shape Tab and select a Rectangle.
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Place the rectangle over the area of the main map that
should be shown as a detail view (shown as a red rectangle
in the example below).
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In the Link to Map Display select the respective detail view,
which is “Canteen” in this example.
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Adding a device to a map
Select the Device Tab and add Devices to the map by pulling
them with the mouse into the map. In the example below the
following devices have been added:
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One Access point
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One Reader
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Two Cameras
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Click a device in the map and resize by holding the mouse
button pressed,
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Click a device and rotate as required using the scroll wheel
of your mouse.
Device Types
Access Point
Control elements
Open door
(Entrance)
Open door long-term / Reset door longterm
Lock door / Unlock door
Front Identification Camera
Back Identification Camera
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Device Types
Control elements
Back camera
Front camera
Reader
All Entrance Controls
Camera
Live Video
Device Types
Access Point
Alarms
Door opened without authorization
(Entrance)
Door opened too long
(* All Reader alarm also reflect as Entrance
Alarm)
Reader
Reader error
Camera
N.A.
*) These alarm events can be customized by the user. That
means, a user can configure any event as an alarm event using
AcConfig -> Event Log message (Double click on second column
will cause an alarm).
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X-Protect Integration
The Access PE can be interfaced with the video management
system X-Protect from the company
Milestone. Access control and video related features will be
subject in the integration between products.
Following integration°° features can be set up between both
products:
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Entrance monitoring with simultaneous live view and
instant playback
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Video verification via the X-Protect dialogs incl. cardholder
details
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Mapviewer with entrance control and device status
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Alarm management with integrated access alarm, maps and
video verification
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History event log with correlated video footage and card
holder details
Access control management will remain to be operated through
Access PE in integrated set-up.
Video management and security management will handled
through via the X-Protect system. In the
integrated set-up the mapviewer, video features and alarm list
will be disabled in the Access PE.
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Deinstallation - Reinstallation
If a reinstallation becomes necessary (e.g. due to a product
update) the existing version should first be deinstalled. During
the deinstallation process you will be invited to perform a
database export. This export is to ensure that your entire data is
saved. Your data is saved to your installation folder in the
subfolder \Savedata. During the following reinstallation you will
be invited before completion to perform a database import. This
re-import restores all the data from your previous installation. If
required by new product functionality, the Export/Import option
also supports the simultaneous conversion of your data to a new
format.
5.1
Deinstallation
Notice!
Before beginning the deinstallation you should close all Access
PE applications.
This includes the card personalization program and the
Windows Service LAC-Service.
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Windows Software
To deinstall Access PE open the Windows dialog box via
[MISSINGDISPLAYTEXT: Start > Settings > Control Panel >
Add or Remove programs].
Figure 5.1: Deinstallation - Windows Software dialog
Select the list entry [MISSINGDISPLAYTEXT: Access Personal
Edition] or Access Professional Edition and then click Change
or Remove.
Whereas the Remove function after initializing (see Initialization,
page 85) invites you to confirm your intention, the Change
function first presents a dialog box with various options.
Modify
You can add program components or remove
existing ones.
Repair
All program components will be re-installed.
Remove
All program components will be removed.
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Figure 5.2: Deinstallation - Change options
Notice!
You can also execute an earlier or new Setup.exe. The
application recognizes an existing installation and offers, like
the Change option, the alternatives listed above.
5.1.2
Initialization
As with Installation the Deinstallation first initializes.
Figure 5.3: Deinstallation – Initialization
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Confirming the Deinstallation
When the safety check appears answer Yes to the question for
the deinstallation to proceed:
[MISSINGDISPLAYTEXT: Do you want to completely remove
the selected application and all of its features?]
5.1.4
Close all programs
Before performing a data export in the next step please close all
Access PE applications. Do not click Next until you have done
this.
Figure 5.4: Deinstallation -
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Performing an Export
Export saves your configuration and data to the folder SaveData
and creates the following subdirectories in the process:
cfg_Save
Backup of the configuration data,
containing devices and all system
settings.
DB_Save
Backup of the database tables.
MsgLog_Save
Backup of the logs.
Pictures_Save
Backup of the pictures.
Figure 5.5: Deinstallation – Performing a database export
To perform the export, confirm the default action by clicking
Next.
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Declining the Export
You can forego the export by selecting the option No, all data
can be lost!
In this case you will have to reconfirm the setting by selecting
the option Yes, I ’m sure, all data can be lost. in the following
dialog box. Alternatively, if you confirm the default setting, the
data export will be started.
Figure 5.6: Deinstallation – Safety check when declining the Export.
5.1.7
DbiTool
The Export function executes a separate application, also
located in the bin directory of Access PE, and exports the
selected tables. The default directory for containing exports is
called SaveData and is created parallel to the software
directories under C:\Program Files\BOSCH\Access Professional
Edition\
Depending on the amount of data this process can take several
minutes.
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Figure 5.7: Deinstallation - Database-Export
The application is automatically closed upon completion of the
export.
The tables contain the following:
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areas – Areas and the number of persons in these areas
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permissions – access permissions
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persons – personnel data with card and permissions
information.
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security – user permissions
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sysno – internal administration table for system counterdata.
Open Applications:
If you have Personnel Management, Configurator or Logviewer
open at this time, then a pop-up window will prompt you to
close them.
Close the window and wait for a moment before clicking OK, to
make sure that the application has been completely closed.
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If this OK button is clicked while an application is running, then
an error message is displayed and the deinstallation is aborted.
Notice!
This application can be started manually at any time via
[MISSINGDISPLAYTEXT: Start > Programs > Access
Professional Edition > Database Management] in order to
perform a database export.
The default export format can be changed between DFS
(default) and CSV using the toggle button. CSV is editable in
e.g Excel.
5.1.8
Setup Status
The window below shows the progress of the deinstallation.
Figure 5.8: Deinstallation – Progress bar.
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Completion and Reboot
After the deinstallation has completed the Install Shield Wizard
can be closed by clicking Finish.
Figure 5.9: Deinstallation – Completing the Deinstallation
A reboot is only necessary if you did not close all programs and
services before the deinstallation.
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Figure 5.10: Deinstallation - Completion and Reboot
5.2
Modify the software
If the original installation left out one or more applications, or if
it is decided that certain applications on certain computers are
no longer needed, then use the Modify option for subsequent
installations and or deinstallations. A dialog appears listing
those applications currently installed (box checked) or not
installed.
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Check the boxes of those applications which you wish to add to
the installation.
Notice!
Please do not clear the check-boxes of any applications you
wish to retain. This would lead to their being deinstalled.
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Reinstallation/Update
Reinstallation can begin immediately after completion of the
deinstallation process. This process is identical to a first
installation –compare Section 3 Installation- and hence we will
only briefly list the steps and their responses here:
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Execute the file Access Professional Edition Setup.exe
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Language Selection - OK
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Initialization of the Install Shield Wizard - Next
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License Agreement – Select the Option I accept the terms
of the license agreement. - Next
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Customer Information - Next
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Choose the Installation Type - Next
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Choose the Installation Path - Next
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Choose the Components - Next
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Confirm the current settings - Next
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Progress bar
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Database Import – compare Import, page 95 and DbiTool,
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Completing the Installation – Finish.
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Notice!
It is possible to choose a different installation path for the
reinstallation as was used in the previous installation. The
backup files will still be found by the Import Tool enabling a
data import to be performed.
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Import
Before the Installation completion message appears you will be
asked whether you wish to import saved data.
Figure 5.11: Reinstallation - Perform an Import?
Declining the Import
If you do not wish to import the saved data, then select the
option No, all data from last installation will be lost!
Once again a safety check follows which defaults to a data
import. Only selecting the option Yes, I ’m really sure. All data
will be lost. will prevent a data import.
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Figure 5.12: Reinstallation – Safety check when declining Data Import.
Notice!
The only way to redo a previously declined data import is
manually via Start > Programs > Access Professional Edition >
Database Management. Please note however that any data
stored in the meantime will be overwritten by the import.
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DbiTool
The import function calls a separate application, which also
resides in Access PE’s bin directory and imports selected tables.
Depending on the amount of data this process can take some
minutes.
Figure 5.13: Reinstallation – Database Import
5.3.3
Check the Configuration
After importing the data a message appears informing you that
the Access PE Configurator is about to be started.
[MISSINGDISPLAYTEXT: Now the configurator will be started.
Please check your configuration and save it!]
Click OK to start the Configurator and check the configuration
data which have been loaded.
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Installation completed
After checking the configuration close the Configurator. At this
point the installation can be completed by clicking Finish in the
final installation screen.
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User rights
The rights for users of Access PE applications (as well as users
of the Configurator and the Logviewer) are assigned in
Personnel Management on a special personnel data tab (= User
Rights).
6.1
User rights
This tab is only visible if the user currently logged in has
administrator rights. Only administrators can set and modify
their own rights and those of others.
If a person is to receive user rights for Access PE applications,
then these must be explicitly assigned. By default all persons
are configured without user rights.
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User rights can be assigned by entering a user name and a
password. The person's surname is suggested by default as the
user name, but this is arbitrary. The password can be max. 16
characters long, is case sensitive and may contain any special
characters.
Notice!
It is highly recommended that you create a separate user for
each person who is to use the system. Do not create a generic
user under whose name different persons will work. All data
entries, modifications etc. are logged under the name of the
user who carried them out, but this is only worthwhile if each
user has his/her own password and changes user settings
(User handover and workstation security, page 104) as necessary
when sharing the workstation with another person.
The default installation contains one predefined administrator.
Hence when these predefined users are logged on it is possible
to create and modify any other kind of user or administrator.
Administrators differ from normal users only in as far as they are
able to administrate user rights. There is no difference between
the user types as far as the availability of applications or access
to data and log files is concerned. Each of the users can be
configured with restricted or unrestricted data access.
If one of the administrator options is chosen then the various
groups of user rights for Access PE applications become active
and can be assigned individually.
In detail, the assignable user rights are the following:
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User right
Description
Personnel
View
Only the dialog box with personnel
data
personnel
data can be invoked. Locations of
data
persons are not displayed.
n
Modifications are not allowed.
Edit
Personnel data can be viewed and
personnel
modified. Locations of persons are
data
not displayed.
Change
Can only be used in conjunction
location
with one of the above options.
If View personnel data is active
then locations can be displayed
only.
If Edit personnel data is active
then locations can be modified.
Change
The tab Access authorizations only
authorizati
becomes active when this box is
ons
checked.
Configurat
Configurati Activates full user rights for
or
on of
Configurator.
system
Door
Open /lock Door management is activated for
manageme
door (long- the menu of the same name, and
nt
term)
via the context menu in the device
status list (in Personnel
management and Log viewer).
Log viewer
View own
Filters out all log messages except
message
those pertaining to the user
himself.
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User right
Description
View all
Shows all log messages but masks
messages
personal data.
n
without
personal
data
View all
Shows all log messages
messages
uncensored.
When you are setting up video verification, special rights are
available for authorizing particular people and activities with
regard to controlling and operating video facilities; see User
Rights.
When you are setting up video verification, special rights are
available for authorizing particular people and activities with
regard to controlling and operating video facilities.
Active user rights are marked with a tick in the check box and
the
symbol next to it. The following picture shows the
activation of all rights. All boxes can be checked without fear of
rights conflicts, because the more comprehensive set of rights
will take precedence.
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Setting user access rights
The system is delivered with a pre configured UserAdministrator rights.
A user with the user name and password bosch is provided by
default.
Only administrators are allowed to set up other users.
Warning!
This user and his password is part of the standard delivery and
!
not customized for each purchaser of the software. Therefore it
is urgently recommended, before entering production usage,
that you first use them to set up your own accounts with
administrator privileges, and then delete or modify the original.
Set up further users as follows:
1.
Start Access PE Personnel Management using the desktop
icon
or via Start > Programs > Access Professional
Edition, and log in with the pre configured UserAdministrator account.
2.
Open the dialog for adding personnel data using the button
or the menu Persons > New Person
3.
Add a new user by specifying at least the name and
personnel group
4.
Click on the User Rights tab and…
5.
–
change the user name if necessary
–
assign a password.
–
define the type of the user (User or UserAdministrator).
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assign to this user the rights to modify data.
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Confirm your entries and close the dialog box by
clicking OK.
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Log out of Personnel Management by clicking
or the
menu Extras > Logon and confirming the safety check by
answering Yes.
7.
Use the button
or the menu again to log on using the
credentials of the user you have just created.
6.3
User handover and workstation security
User handover
If one user relinquishes control to another at the same
workstation then the handover should be made explicitly within
the system. This handover can be performed with a running
system - there is no need to restart Access PE.
First the current user must log out. To do this s/he clicks the
button in the tool bar. A safety check follows: Do you
want to end your work with user rights?
After confirming the system switches back to the default view.
The new user logs in again using the
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Workstation security
In the case of temporarily unoccupied workstations in publicly
accessible places it is crucial to protect personal data from
unauthorized access. Several measures are available for this
purpose:
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In general neither Configurator nor Log Viewer should be
installed on such workstations.
–
Log out of Personnel Management when not in use, using
the
button with safety check as described above. The
personnel list remains visible but personal data can no
longer be accessed.
–
Close the application using File > Exit, or the Windows xbutton in the title bar. The application will need to be
restarted to view the personnel list.
–
Lock the computer using the standard Windows function:
Press Ctrl + Alt + Del and choose Lock Computer from the
system functions offered there. As this is the default
function Lock Computer can usually be quickly achieved by
simply pressing RETURN. Only the current user or a
Windows system administrator can now unlock the system.
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