Epicor Eagle EMV Implementation – Step by Step

Epicor Eagle EMV Implementation – Step by Step
Epicor Eagle EMV Implementation – Step by Step
Introduction
This guide will provide step by step instructions to implement EMV with Eagle. This guide is only for
integrated bankcard processing with Epicor Eagle software.
The EMV implementation process is more complex than just turning on a flag. Because of the security
requirements for EMV there are many steps Epicor and the customer need to go through in order to
implement EMV, so this process will be a managed conversion process after Release 25 Update, version
25.0885.305 is loaded.
Your Local Platform Specialist (LPS) will be your primary contact for this EMV conversion. The LPS can
provide you with pricing on a Time and Materials basis if you want to share responsibilities on the EMV
tasks.
Important Information regarding Release 25 Update, version 25.0885.305
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No EMV Debit Cash Back – If the card is EMV debit, you will not be able to get cash back.
Debit steering does not work with EMV cards at this time.
EMV Credit – If the bankcard needs a PIN and the consumer does not know the PIN, we
have PIN bypass, allowing the consumer to still use the credit card. If the EMV credit card
asks for PIN, you can have the consumer push the “Enter” button on the iSC250 to bypass
this PIN entry. The PIN bypass is not recommended due to the increased risk to your
business.
Contactless EMV is not supported, but non-EMV contactless is supported. (e.g. Apple Pay,
Android Pay, etc…)
No quick pay – Signature or PIN entry is required for all transactions.
Offline support – Manual entry and phone authorization continue to be required for offline
support.
Warning: Lengthy receipts – The receipts are significantly longer and include EMV
transactional detail, but no personal or bank card information. Declined card transactions
will print a receipt.
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Prerequisites
1. Before beginning on the path, you should have the following completed:
 Vista/Bedcheck enabled (See Job Aid.)
 Processing through the Epicor Gateway
 Have debit encryption on all iSC250 PIN pads. You do not need to have purchased PINbased debit from Epicor but still need to have all iSC250s loaded with a debit encryption key.
o If you are using PIN-based debit processing you already have this debit encryption
and are ready to proceed.
o If you are not running PIN-based debit processing, then contact your LPS, who can
determine if you have a debit key already injected or need to order a debit key.
 If the LPS determines that you do not have a debit key injected, then you
will have two choices to implement EMV. (Service fees may apply.):
 Move your processing relationship to a processor and bank that is
supported by Epicor, such as Epicor Payment Exchange (EPX) or one
of the other approved processors and banks.
 Exchange your iSC250 PIN pad for one that contains the proper
debit encryption key. This would occur if your unit does not contain
an encryption key or if you do not support debit today and the key
in your unit does not match your existing card payment process.
o If you are not sure whether or not you have a debit key, contact your LPS. The LPS
can place an order for a debit key to be injected, if needed.
o Note: If you are doing PIN debit today and process cards through one of the EMV
supported processors (Epicor Payment Exchange, FDMS, Global, RBS Worldpay or
Paymentech) but your units were not purchased from Epicor or the Ace program,
you should be able to upgrade the PIN pad to RBA 15 and support EMV on Release
25 Update, version 25.0885.305 or higher. However, in the coming years you will no
longer be able to update your iSC250 PIN pad to newer versions of the RBA without
an update from your PIN pad provider.
2. Do you have Windows XP Eagle clients? – Windows XP PCs are at the end of support by
Microsoft and will require patches, software additions and other configurations to have them
ready to run and EMV terminal. In addition, because the Windows XP operating system is
unsupported and no longer receiving security updates, this PC would be considered non-PCI
compliant. Recommendation – Replace the XP PCs before updating to EMV or get a quote
from the LPS to update the PC to be ready for EMV.
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3. Take Release 25 Update, version 25.0885.305 training and get Release 25 Update, version
25.0885.305 discs - Eagle Release 25 Update, version 25.0885.305 is the minimum required
version of Eagle to be able to implement EMV. You can take the training at here. After you have
completed the training, the software will automatically be sent to you or if you are hosted, the
Eagle Hosting team will contact you to schedule the update.
4. Install Release 25 Update, version 25.0885.305 or higher (including eConnect basic setup) –
After receiving the Release 25 Update, version 25.0885.305 disc, please install them on your
Eagle server and clients. If you do not have eConnect previously installed on your clients, the
Release 25 Update, version 25.0885.305 client disc will automatically install a basic version of
eConnect. The basic version of eConnect is required to allow Epicor to collect information from
the iSC250 PIN pads for future updates. If you already have eConnect installed, eConnect will be
updated to 3.0256.001 or higher when Release 25 Update, version 25.0885.305 or higher is
installed.
5. EMV Overview and Set up Training - Review Training on Demand EMV Course Suite, specific
modules “EMV Overview” and “EMV Set Up,” located here.
6. Verify Patches Installed – Verify that the following patches / version are installed on your
system
a. Patch 7465 v11 (or higher): EMV POS Changes
b. Patch 6820 V42 (or higher): Add Rapid Connect credit auth Service (FDMS)
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Updating the PIN Pad to RBA 15
7. Open Device Configuration to Configure the PIN Pad – For every station with an iSC250, you
will need to perform steps 6 to 18 to update the iSC250 firmware to RBA 15. Additionally RBA
15 and eConnect 3.0256.001 allows Epicor to collect information from your iSC250 PIN pads that
will be required for updates in the future. In Device configuration highlight the Credit / Debit
Pad line and double click.
8. Write down the com port of the exiting device – Before you change your PIN pad device to the
new RBA you will want to confirm the PIN pad com port setting. Once you change the PIN pad
RBA version the com port may be reset. Making note of the current setting in the device
configuration screen before you begin will save you a lot of time and frustration.
9. Choose Ingenico iSC250 - RBA 15.05 EMV – Click the Device button from the above screen. To
configure the PIN pad RBA version. Choose Ingenico iSC250, RBA - 15.05, EMV and press OK.
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10. Verify Com Port – The current com port setting should be available to view in the grid row for
the Credit / Debit Pad device. If you cannot see the com port setting scroll over to the right to
expose the column.
11. Com Port Configuration – If the com port is not the same double click on the Credit / Debit PIN
Pad entry to bring up the device configuration screen. Click on the port button.
12. Select Com Port - Select the com port value (from the list) that you wrote down in step 7 and
press OK. The screen will return to the PIN pad Device configuration screen.
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13. Run download process – After choosing RBA 15.05 and pressing OK you will come back to the
PIN pad device configuration screen. Click the “Download” button to download and update the
PIN pad to the new version of RBA. Depending on the current RBA version this may take 5
minutes (RBA 3.0 or higher to RBA 15.05) or 1 hour (RBA 2.3 to RBA 15.05).
14. Did update work? – When the update is complete the PIN pad will reboot and return to the idle
screen displaying either your logo or the Epicor logo. Device configuration will show RBA 15 on
the credit / debit PIN pad line.
In rare instances, the download may fail. If so, redo steps 4 to 12 and if it still fails, contact your
LPS because we may need to send a replacement PIN pad.
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Testing the PIN Pad:
At this point the PIN pad has been updated to RBA 15.05. Next, test the PIN pad before going to the
next step. To test the PIN pad you will need a credit card.
15. Test Mode– Click on the Test button in the PIN Pad Device configuration screen.
16. Test Screen Error– If you see an error message you likely do not have the com port configured
properly. Once you have verified the com port is configured properly and you still receive an
error message power reset the PIN pad and reboot the PC then try the test process again. If you
still have issues contact your LPS.
17. Test Screen - The test screen will display on your terminal and the PIN pad will come to the
please select card type screen. Select Credit Card on the PIN pad and then swipe your card.
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18. Total the Transaction – The PIN pad will give you a message to please wait. Click the Total link
on the Test screen. The PIN pad will now display a message to verify the amount of $ 100.00.
19. Ok the Amount – OK the amount on the PIN pad. The Test Screen will display test transaction
specific information. Click the Authorization link on the screen to send an approved message
back to the PIN pad.
20. Test Complete – The Test Screen will display a message asking if test worked. Select Yes.
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21. Device Configuration Test Successful – In the device configuration screen you will see the word
success and the date in the test column for the RBA 15.05 version of the Credit / Debit PIN Pad
device.
Congratulations, you have successfully updated your PIN pad to RBA 15.05. Once you have
updated all of your PIN pads to RBA 15.05 you will be ready to proceed with the EMV
implementation process.
EMV Setup and Configuration
Now that you have updated your PIN pads to RBA 15 it is time to configure EMV on your system, review
training materials and load the EMV configuration onto your PIN pads. The following steps describe how
to turn on EMV on your system, where to go to receive EMV training and the final PIN pad configuration
needed to support EMV.
Recommend you convert one iSC250 to EMV and process for 1 week before converting all the iSC250s
in your store or company.
22. EMV Use Training – Review Training on Demand EMV Course Suite, specific module “Using
EMV,” located here.
23. Turn on EMV Option 1346 –Contact your Epicor Eagle Local Platform Specialist to place an order
to turn on MSY Option 1346, which is the EMV option. Epicor licensing will contact you to turn
on this MSY option. Expected licensing will be 5-10 days.
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24. Open Device Configuration - Go to Device Configuration and highlight the Credit/Debit Pad row
and double click on the row.
25. Click Options – In the Credit / Debit Pad device configuration screen click the Options button.
26. Set the PIN Pad for EMV mode – In the PIN Pad Options screen check the EMV box and press
OK. Pressing OK returns the screen to the PIN Pad Configuration screen.
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27. Click Options – After you have set the PIN pad to EMV mode you will need to download the
EMV configuration file. This is done in the PIN pad options screen. From the PIN pad
configuration screen click the options button.
28. Download EMV configuration file – Once the PIN pad has been EMV enabled an EMV
configuration file needs to be loaded onto the device. In the PIN pad options screen click on the
Dwn Cont to download the EMV configuration file to the PIN pad. When this is done the screen
will return to the device configuration screen.
29. Did EMV Setup Succeed? – If you did not have any errors in this part of the procedure, your
EMV setup and configuration has succeeded. If not, please contact you LPS for assistance.
30. Complete the process – to enable EMV and download the EMV configuration file on each PIN
pad in your store. Your system and your POS stations are now ready to perform EMV
transactions.
Congratulations, you have completed the Eagle EMV Implementation! If you have any additional
questions on EMV, please contact your LPS for assistance.
Thank you for being an Epicor Eagle Customer.
The contents of this document are for informational purposes only. Epicor makes no guarantee, representations or warranties that your system
will be EMV compliant by merely following these guideline steps, and specifically disclaims any implied warranties, such as fitness for a
particular purpose, merchantability, satisfactory quality or reasonable skill and care. All software and services are furnished subject to your
applicable license or service Agreement. Exceptions, conditions, and limitations apply.
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Using the checklist below, ensure the success of your EMV Implementation by confirming that each step
is competed prior to moving on to the next. If you are unsure about any of the items listed, contact your
Epicor Eagle Local Platform Specialist (LPS).
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EMV CHECKLIST
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Confirm with my Epicor Eagle LPS that my PIN pads contain a debit key.
Vista/Bedcheck has been enabled (See Job Aid.)
You are processing Credit Card Activity through the Epicor Gateway.
Verify that all PCs are running Windows 7 or higher.
Complete the Release 25 Update, version 25.0885.305 Online Training, which can be
found here.
Install Release 25 Update, version 25.0885.305, including eConnect basic setup.
Review Training on Demand EMV Course Suite, specific modules “EMV Overview” and
“EMV Set Up” located here.
Verify patches installed: 7456 v11 (or higher) and 6820 v42
Write down the com port of each existing iSC250 PIN pad in the chart provided.
Update each PIN pad with the iSC250 firmware to RBA 15 using the Epicor Eagle EMV
Implementation Guide.
Run a test transaction with a credit card.
Review Training on Demand EMV Course Suite, specific module “Using EMV” located
here.
Turn on EMV Option 1346.
Convert ONE iSC250 PIN pad to EMV and process for one week.
Complete the process to enable EMV on each PIN pad in your store.
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PIN PAD LOCATION
EXAMPLE: Terminal 775
COM PORT
COM 1
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