AccessPRO

AccessPRO
AccessPRO - with
Biometrics
Training Manual | AccessPRO - with Biometrics
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Version 7.6.7 created: September 2016 in Nieuw-Vennep.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Prerequisite
System Overview
Installation
Configuration
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Introduction
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Introduction
Introduction
Inepro AccessPRO is the IBOS module that manages the access to certain zones by users with
known IBOS accounts.
AccessPRO Zones
An area that has access controlled doors by AccessPRO is called a AccessPRO zone. Each zone has
at least one door, each door has two sides. Each door side should have a AccessPRO Device
connected to it. To enter a zone a door must be opened or an access portal must be crossed.
AccessPRO Devices
An AccessPRO Device is a terminal that will validate a user and according to that validation allow
or deny a user access to an AccessPRO zone.
Access Rules
A rule that grant or denies a user (or user group), access to a certain device (or Zone) for an
infinite or limited period of time. It can also determine if the user (or user group) has access when
the device (or Zone) is offline.
The Access Rule properties:
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All Zones
The rule will apply to all zones
Access Zone
Specify the zone the rule will apply to
Grant Access to
Who will have the right to access? It can be a user, User group or department
Periodical Access
When will the access be granted? It can be a period or a time-frame in certain week days
Has Access
Determine if the access will be granted or denied
Offline
Determine if the rule will apply if the Access Device is offline
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Prerequisite
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Prerequisite
Prerequisite
§ Inepro Back Office Suite 7.8.2 needs to be installed
§ Check if Inepro Biometric Services disabled (at the Microsoft services management screen)
§ IP reader interface must be disabled in the Back Office Manager; 'Tools -> System Settings':
§ Users with accounts including a valid tag
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§ Point the IP card reader to the correct server, using the Inepro IP reader configuration tool:
Make sure these prequisites are met before continuing
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Installation
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Installation
Installation
§ Unzip all files from “IneproAccessService_7_8_0_1.zip” to
§ “%PROGRAMFILES%\Inepro\Back Office Suite\AccessPRO\”
Files\Inepro\Back Office Suite\AccessPRO\”
§ Install IneproAccessService.exe as a service:
§ Start the service in the Microsoft Services management view
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“C:\Program
Configuration
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Configuration
Configuration
First of all, a new product needs to be created. This process is very similar to any other Inepro
product creation, so just like with a vending product and PosPRO Cash register product. But this
product just needs a known product code, Terminal Display Name, a name and a Product group.
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Create the product group, named: “Access”
Create a new item, use the following details:
Product Code: 9999
Terminal Display name: Access
Name: Access
Product Group: Access
Product Type: -
Now the ini files must point in the correct direction, regarding the License server, Business Server
and the correct product must be set:
§ Open an explorer and go to “%PROGRAMDATA%\inepro\ini\”
§ First open: “AccessService.ini”
§ Set the correct BusinesServer address
§ Set the Access Itemcode (which you just created)
§ Close the INI file and save the changes
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§ Open: “Generalconfig.ini”
§ Set the correct LicenseServer Address (most likely same as the Business Server address)
§ Set the correct version, this is 7!
§ Now restart the IneproAccessService in the Microsoft service management view
Configuration
§ Open the Inepro Back Office Manager
§ Go to AccessPRO Devices
§ Press the green + button:
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§ Enter the all fields as displayed below:
§ Antipassbackenabled and Dashboard ID are not in use anymore!
§ Now the device is created, but as you might have seen there is no terminal available to be
attached to this device.
§ Place any “user” card on the card reader (You might hear a long beep, this means this user is
not granted access!)
A terminal should automatically be created in the database
§ Double-check if that is indeed the case. If not go to 'Manually create a terminal' and create a
terminal.
§ If the terminal was created is it should, link it to the device.
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Create a device
Manually create a terminal
§ In some rare cases the terminal is not automatically created in the database. In those cases you
have to create the terminal manually. This can be done as followed:
§ In the Inepro Back Office Manager: go to the 'Advanced -> Terminals' menu
§ Press the “+” button:
Use the Mac Address of the IP reader as the Terminal Code
Terminal Type: IP-Access
Server: <Your own server's host name or IP-address>
Device: Select here your access device which you created
All other fields can be left at their default value.
§ Link the terminal to the device
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Access Rules
At this moment no user will have access to the door, so all cards will give a long beep, indicating
that that the user has got no access.
To give users access, you must create an access rule. An access rules set which user or user
groups will have access at what time and date to which Access Zone. In this case you will have
only one simple access zone with 1 access device, but it is possible to add more devices to one
zone and to have multiple zones connected, so it is easy to give a user or user groups access to
multiple zones or the complete building. And still able to separate users which will have no access
to different zones.
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First of all an Access Zone needs to be created:
§ Open the Inepro Back Office Manager
§ Go to Advanced -> Access Zones
§ Press the green “+” button to add a new zone:
§ For the training it is simple, only 1 access zone directly attached to the parent Access Zone:
“Outside World” and only 1 device attached.
§ Set the name: Training Room
Select: Outside World as parent Access Zone
Add the AccessPRO device which you have created
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Access Rules
§ Now create the access rule:
§ On the main page of the Inepro Back Office Manager, open “Access Rules”
§ Press the green “+” button to add a new rule:
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Select the correct Access Zone
Select a user from which you have a TAG ready
Set periodical access to: “Don’t use”
Tick 'Access Allowed'
The 'Send to Terminal and use when Server is offline' function has become obsolete
The 'Capture user card' function has become obsolete
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Configuration
§ Restart the IneproAccessService in the Microsoft services management view
§ Now present the user card to the IP reader, 3 little beeps should sound (and the relays in the
black box will click) as a sign that the user has got entrance.
§ In the device/user log a transaction is created and in all product reports you can see who has
got access when.
§ Now experiment a bit with the access hours in the access rule and see if you can set the allow
access during some hours and other hours the user will have no access.
§ The 'effective rules' function will enable you to see who will have access in what zone and at
what times
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