XProtect™ Corporate 3.1 and XProtect™ Smart Wall 1.0

XProtect™ Corporate 3.1 and XProtect™ Smart Wall 1.0
XProtect™ Corporate 3.1
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XProtect™ Smart Wall 1.0
Specification Sheet
Contents
Feature Overview ................................................................................................................ 3
Integration Options ....................................................................................................................................... 3
Additional Main Features .............................................................................................................................. 3
Key Features .................................................................................................................................................. 3
Detailed Product Features ................................................................................................... 4
Recording Server/Failover Server .................................................................................................................. 4
Management Server/Failover Server and Client .......................................................................................... 5
XProtect Smart Client .................................................................................................................................... 7
XProtect Remote Client ................................................................................................................................. 8
XProtect Smart Wall Add-On Product Option ...................................................................... 9
Minimum System Requirements ........................................................................................ 10
XProtect Corporate Clients .......................................................................................................................... 10
XProtect Corporate Servers ......................................................................................................................... 10
Miscellaneous .................................................................................................................... 11
Supported Languages .................................................................................................................................. 11
Licensing Structure ...................................................................................................................................... 11
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Feature Overview
Key Features
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Limitless multi-server and multi-site solution:
XProtect Corporate supports an unlimited number of
cameras, servers, sites and users allowing you to grow
your installation according to your needs.
Centralized management:
Full configuration of all devices, Recording Servers and
users from a central manager console connected to the
Management Server holding all configuration settings in
a Microsoft SQL database
Sequence Explorer:
Displaying sequences and time intervals in thumbnail
pre-views , the Sequence Explorer gives unparalleled
visual overview of recorded video combined with
smooth navigation
Intuitive map function:
Multilayered map environment provides interactive
access and control of the complete surveillance system,
at-a-glance overview of the system integrity, and
seamless drag-and-drop integration with the new Smart
Wall product option
Smart Wall – add-on video wall product option:
Flexible and hardware agnostic video wall option that is
seamlessly integrated with XProtect’s management and
Smart Client environments
Overlay buttons
Intuitive control of cameras, camera-integrated devices
and other integrated systems- directly from the camera
view
Independent Playback
Instant and independent playback function allows you
to independently playback recorded video for one or
more cameras, while in live viewing or playback mode.
High availability - Failover Servers:
Redundancy options for Recording and Management
servers ensure maximum system uptime continous
system availability
Versatile rule system:
Set up scheduled or event-driven camera and output
actions with numerous options including support for
time profiles.
Multicast support:
Send one video stream to multiple Smart Clients. The
infrastructure must support IGMP to reach remote
networks.
Multistreaming support:
Establish two independent streams from a supported
camera to the Recording Server with different
resolutions, encodings and frame rates, for example a
video stream optimized for live view and another
optimized for recording.
Archiving - Optimized Recording Storage:
Unique data storage solution that combines superior
performance and scalability with cost efficient long-term
video storage
Additional Main Features
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Automatic camera discovery: Enables fast discovery
of more than 400 different IP-based video cameras and
encoders from over 30 different vendors,
System configuration wizards: Guides the user
through the process of adding cameras, defining rules,
storage areas and archive areas.
Built-in Video Motion Detection: Independent of
camera model supporting unlimited number of cameras
simultaneously per server.
Multiple language support:
Let operators use the system in their native language
with support for 20 different languages
Multi-channel, two-way audio:
Communicate with people at gates/entrances or
broadcast messages to many people at once with multichannel, two-way audio
Fast evidence export:
Quickly deliver authentic evidence to public authorities
by exporting video to various formats, including video
from multiple cameras in encrypted native database
format with viewer included
Thorough audit logs:
Full awareness of the system and user activity with
comprehensive audit logs
Configure access privileges:
Ensure system consistency and global user
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management with single sign-on Microsoft Active
Directory credentials and control privileges and allowed
camera actions.
Fisheye camera support:
Supports 360° cameras with split views and digital PT Z
Integration Options
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XProtect’s Open Software Development Kit (SDK)
makes it possible to video enable your business
processes, through seamless integration of third party
applications, such as video analytics, access systems,
etc.
Compatible with XProtect Transact that integrates video
surveillance with ATM or POS cash register systems for
managing loss prevention and fraud.
Compatible with XProtect Central for alarm overviews
and operational status in larger video surveillance
installations.
Integrate with access control systems, alarms, gates,
building management systems, etc. using hardware I/O,
internal events and TCP/IP events
Create, import and use HTML pages for navigation
between views or to trigger a Smart Wall preset
Develop third party plug-ins for the Smart Client to
expand with new functionality
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Detailed Product Features
Recording Server/Failover Server
System
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Simultaneous digital multi-channel MJPEG, MPEG4,
MPEG-4 ASP, MxPEG and H.264 video recording of IP
cameras and IP video encoders without any software
limitations on number of cameras per server
A failover server can be on standby for a single or a
group of recording servers, with automatic
synchronization of recordings back to the original
recording server once it is back online
Two-way audio, transmitting client microphone input to
remote speakers attached to IP devices
Route traffic between multiple connected cameras and
multiple clients requesting live view, playback and
export
Multicast one video stream to all Smart Clients. The
infrastructure must support Internet Group Management
Protocol (IGMP) to reach remote networks
Multistream can establish two independent streams
from a camera to the XProtect Corporate recording
server with different resolutions, encodings and frame
rates, dependent on camera capabilities
Secure high speed recording database holding JPEG
images or MPEG4, MPEG-4 ASP, MxPEG or H.264
streams
Record 30+ frames per second per camera, limited only
by hardware
Recording quality depends entirely on camera and
video encoder capabilities - no software limitations
Multiple storage areas allow individual storage paths
per camera. Recording capacity is limited only by disk
space
Importing pre-alarm images recorded in camera or
video encoder
Built-in, real-time, camera independent motion
detection
The recording server runs as a Windows service under
local system account or optional local Windows user or
Microsoft active directory account with run-as-a-service
privileges
Port forwarding enables clients to access the recording
servers from outside a Network Address Translation
(NAT) firewall
Support for both IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
Archiving
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Archive video data multiple times per day while
recording is active, without data loss
Scheduled archiving allows moving video data from a
fast disk system to be copied to either a slower disk
system or to a network drive. The archived data is still
online and available for clients
Setup and Management
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Install the recording server from a web page on the
management server. The recording server is completely
managed from the management server and
configuration changes are applied online while
recording is in operation
Local recording server configuration is available for
system restart during periods where the management
server is inaccessible
Recording server manager is available in the local
console notification area (icon tray) for status
messages, start/stop of the service, and change of
network settings
Client Access
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Facilitate client access
Clients are authenticated and authorized at the
management server, and use a session-limited access
token to log on to the recording server
Alerting and Notification
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Flexible alert system activated by rules
The system acts as an SNMP (Simple Network
Management Protocol) agent that can generate an
SNMP trap as a result of a rule activation.
Logs
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Logging of system, event, audit, rule and alert entries to
the management server at regular intervals with local
caching during offline scenarios
PTZ
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'Pass-thru' control of manual Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ)
operation from clients with user priority
Execute rule-based go-to preset position on events and
patrolling
Resume patrolling after manual session timeout
I/O and Events
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Support for devices with one or more input and output
ports
Powerful rule processing engine for execution of start
and stop actions triggered by events or time profiles
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Management Server/Failover Server
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Management server for initial client logon, system
configuration and logging
Managent client for remote administration of recording
servers, devices, security, rules & alerts and logging
All configuration and logs from the entire system are
stored in a centralized Microsoft SQL database and
accessed by the management server only
Failover solution for the Management Server provides a
resilient system solution based on Windows Server
Clustering, ensuring high system availability
Management server manager is available in the local
console notification area (icon tray) for status messages
and to start/stop the service
The management server runs as a Windows service
under local system account or optional local Windows
user or Microsoft active directory account with run-as-aservice privileges
To register and validate your licenses, the system offers
easy-to-use online activation via the Internet and
alternatively, offline activation via e-mail for closed
surveillance networks
Support for both IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
Recording Servers
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Authorize installed recording servers for use with the
system
Configure multiple primary storage areas for device
recording
Set up multiple archiving schemes with individual
storage area, scheduling and pre-configured retention
time, setting how long to store data in the primary
storage area and how long it should be retained in the
archive before deletion
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Rules, Time Profiles, Alerts & Notifications
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Devices
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Wizard for automatic scanning IP network ranges for
new devices including automatic model detection
Wizard for assisted discovery of single devices with
automatic or manual model detection
Enable and disable devices – very useful if they are
down for maintenance
Add a device or a group of devices to a storage area
and set individual storage limitations by time or disk
space
Apply a video archiving scheme per camera level to
save data on a remote or less expensive disk system
Adjust brightness, color level, compression, maximum
bit rate, resolution and rotation per camera or camera
group
Set frames per second for streamed JPEG and MPEG4 and bit rate mode, and priority for MPEG-4 cameras
Select and configure multiple streams for a camera to
be used for live viewing and recording. Each stream
can be in different video format, FPS, resolution and
quality
Optional preview window for immediate verification of
video settings per camera or for a group of cameras
Assign camera shortcut number for easy operation by
clients
Define multiple PTZ preset positions on the server
Import PTZ (Pan-Zoom-Tilt) preset positions from
cameras
Define multiple PTZ patrolling schemes with adjustable
wait time between shifts and customizable transitions
with disabling of motion detection to avoid false alarms
Run multiple patrolling schedules per camera per day.
For example, different for day/night/weekend
PTZ scanning on supported devices. View or record
while moving slowly from one position to another
Configure device events like motion detection with preand post-buffers, or input signal behavior options
Fine-tune motion detection sensitivity per camera and
exclude multiple zones for areas of no interest to avoid
false alarms
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Powerful Microsoft Outlook -style rule system supports
unlimited number of rules
Rule actions are triggered by event, time interval or a
combination of event and time. Rules can optionally be
stopped by event or after a certain time
Time profiles with reoccurring time selection and expire
condition supporting unlimited number of time profiles
Trigger events:
- Plug-ins: Motion started, motion stopped
- Hardware: Audio falling, audio passing, audio rising,
images received, input activated, input changed, input
deactivated, motion started (HW), motion stopped
(HW), tampering, temperature, video lost
- Built-in: Communication error, communication started,
communication stopped, feed overflow started, feed
overflow stopped, live client feed requested, live client
feed terminated, output activated, output changed,
output deactivated, PTZ manual session started, PTZ
manual session stopped, recording started, recording
stopped, settings changed, settings changed error
- Recording server: Archive available, archive
unavailable, database disk full, database repair,
database storage area available, database storage
area unavailable, failover started, failover stopped
- User-defined events: Allow clients and third-party
systems to trigger a rule.
Start actions: Start recording, start feed, set live frame
rate, set recording frame rate, start patrolling, pause
patrolling, move to PTZ preset position, move to default
PTZ preset position, set output, send notification, make
log entry, generate alert, start plug-in, stop plug-in,
apply settings on device, send matrix command
Stop actions: Stop recording, stop feed, restore live
frame rate, restore recording frame rate, stop patrolling,
resume patrolling, move to PTZ preset position, move
to default PTZ preset position, set output, start plug-in,
stop plug-in, apply settings on device, send matrix
command
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Smart Wall start & stop actions (requires XProtect
Smart Wall product option); Set Smart Wall to preset
layout, Set Smart Wall monitor layout and camera
content
Time profiles with reoccurring time selection and expire
condition supporting unlimited number of time profiles
Multi-recipient customizable e-mail notification with
image and/or AVI attachment of incidents
Define custom alerts for use with third-party systems
Logging
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Logs of system, event, audit, rule and alert entries are
consolidated from all recording servers at regular
intervals
Each log file has adjustable size and time limitations to
avoid overloading the database
Security
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Authenticate client access to recording servers based
on Microsoft active directory or local Windows user
accounts
Authenticate client access to XProtect Enterprise 6.x
and newer Master and Slave servers based on
Microsoft active directory or basic user accounts
Authorize client access privileges per Microsoft active
directory or local Windows user account/group
Authorization roles control user access to:
- Device: visibility of devices, live view, playback, AVI
export, JPEG export, database export, sequences,
smart search, input status, output control.
- PTZ: PTZ control, PTZ priority, PTZ preset control
- Application: manager, Smart Client/Remote Client,
live/ playback/setup, status API, service registration API
- View groups privileges
- Enterprise Servers: Basic or Windows authentication
details
- Privileges for the map feature and Smart Wall access
& control
Session-limited token system with auto-refresh grants
access for clients to recording servers and devices
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XProtect Smart Client
Live view
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View live video or playback 1-100 camera recordings
per PC-monitor/view from the same or different servers
simultaneously
Live view digital zoom allows full view recordings while
the operator digitally can zoom in to see details
Supports 32 different view layouts optimized for 4:3 and
16:9 display rations
Independent Playback capability allows for instant
playback of recorded video for one or more cameras,
while in live mode
Centralized storage of shared and private camera
views, enables coherent access to views across the
system
Update On Motion Only' optimizes CPU usage by
allowing motion detection to control whether the image
should be decoded and displayed or not. The visual
effect is a still image in the view until motion is detected
Multiple computer monitor support provides a main
window and any number of either floating windows or
full screen views
Hotspot function lets you work in detail with a camera
selected from a view containing multiple cameras
Carousel function allows a specified view to rotate
between pre-defined cameras that are not necessarily
present in the view at the same time. Operator can
select default or custom display time for each camera
and is able to manually switch to the next or previous
camera in the carousel list
Matrix function views live video from multiple cameras
in any view layout with customizable rotation paths,
remotely controlled by computers sending Matrix
remote commands
Send Matrix remote commands to display live video
remotely on computers running the Matrix Monitor or
the Smart Client with Matrix
Advanced video navigation includes fast/slow playback,
jump to date/time, single step and video motion search
Import static or active HTML maps for fast navigation to
cameras and to provide a good overview of premises
Hide HTML page toolbar in HTML page views
Activate Matrix via graphical maps of premises using
JavaScript or integrate with centralized access control
systems
The operator can assign outputs, PTZ presets and
views as actions to joystick buttons and as keyboard
shortcuts. The actions are grouped to optimize
overview.
Two-way audio support lets the Smart Client listen to
live and recorded audio from a camera's microphone
and outgoing audio to the cameras speaker, as well as
transmitting operator microphone input to one or
multiple camera speakers.
PTZ
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Control PTZ cameras by using;
o PTZ preset positions
o PTZ Point-and-Click control
o PTZ zoom to a defined rectangle
o PTZ Control Pane
o Joystick
Take manual control of a PTZ camera that is running a
patrolling scheme. After a timeout with no activity the
camera reverts to its scheduled patrolling scheme.
Fisheye camera (Grandeye™/IPIX™) support for 1x2 or
2x2 'Quad View' for viewing all 360° at once
I/O & Events
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Overlay buttons provides intuitive control of cameras,
camera-integrated devices and other integrated
systems- directly from the camera view
Manually trigger output port relay operation, for
example control of gates
Manually trigger events by activating a server-defined
event from a list
Audible alerts can be activated by motion detection or
event occurrence per camera
Playback
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Quick overview of recorded sequences, events and
alerts
Independent Playback capability allows for independent
playback of recorded video for one or more cameras
Smart Search lets you quickly search selected areas in
the recorded video for motion. Within a camera image,
you can mark single or multiple areas
Graphical timeline displays a scrollable view of
recorded sequences by variable time spans for an
excellent graphical overview of recorded images
Playback view digital zoom allows the operator to
digitally zoom in to see details in the recorded video
Sequence Explorer
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Separate window displaying sequences and time
intervals in thumbnail pre-views, the Sequence Explorer
gives unparalleled visual overview of recorded video
combined with smooth navigation
Presents recorded sequences for individual cameras, or
all cameras in a view
Seamlessly available in both Live and Playback modes
Smooth navigation with sliding preview and “drag-andthrow” function for video thumbnails
Instant playback of video sequences
Can be displayed on a second monitor (if available)
Map Function
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Build-in map function in the XProtect Smart Client that
provides intuitive overview of the system and offers
integrated access to all system components
Map images can be in standard graphical file formats
incl. jpg, gif, png, tif, etc.
Any number of layered maps – City, street, building,
room, etc.
Instant camera preview on ‘mouse over’
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Depiction of camera view-zones on map, with clickable
PTZ zones for instant PTZ control
Easy drag-and-drop and point-and-click definition of:
cameras, servers, microphones, speakers, I/O devices,
hot-zones for map hierarchies, camera view-zones and
PTZ camera presets position view zones
Integrated control of speakers, microphones, and
events and output I/O control, including: doors, gates,
light, access control systems etc.
Real-time status monitoring indication from all system
components including cameras, I/O devices, system
servers, etc.
Graphical at-the-glance visualization of the system
status through color coding
Hierarchical propagation of status indications to higher
ordered maps
Different level of status indications available (warning
and errors)
System performance data for cameras and servers
including camera resolution, FPS, network usage, disk
space, etc.
Export and Print
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Export in native database format; including a standalone Recording Viewer application for instant and easy
viewing by authorities
Encryption & password protection option for exported
recordings and files in the native database format
Create AVI files or save JPEG images
Print incident reports including image, surveillance
details and free-text user comments
Setup and Management
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Install the Smart Client from a web page on the
management server
Notification about new updates at logon
Application Options allows users to adapt the layout
and personalize the application to their particular
preferences.
Authentication
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System logon uses Microsoft active directory or local
Windows user account
Use current Windows logon for authentication
Auto-logon and auto-restore views
System
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Support for both IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
Support for multicast streams with automatic switch to
unicast if the network becomes unreliable
XProtect Remote Client
Live view and Playback
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View live video for 1-16 cameras simultaneously from
the same or different servers
Playback of up to 9 recorded videos with date, alert
sequence or time searching
Advanced video navigation including fast/slow
playback, jump to date/time, single step and video
motion search
Individual views can be user-defined in various layouts:
view or playback camera images from multiple servers
simultaneously in the same view
Shared views can be managed centrally via the server
with admin/user rights and user groups
Import static or active HTML maps for fast navigation to
cameras and good premises overviews
Control output port relay operation, like control of gates
Quick overview of sequences with detected motion and
preview window
I/O & Events
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Quick overview of events/alerts
PTZ
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Control PTZ cameras remotely, also using preset
positions
Remote PTZ Point-and-Click control
Remote PTZ zoom to a marked rectangle
Take manual control over a PTZ camera that runs a
patrolling scheme; after a timeout with no activity the
camera reverts to its scheduled patrolling.
Fisheye camera (Grandeye™/IPIX™) support for 1x2 or
2x2 'Quad View' for viewing all 360° at once
Optional video compression in streaming from server to
client gives better use of bandwidth
Export
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Create AVI files or save JPEG images
Print incident reports with free-text user comments
Authentication
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System logon using XProtect user name and password
System logon using Microsoft active directory user
accounts
System
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Thin browser based client that does not require any
software installation
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XProtect Smart Wall Add-On Product Option
System
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Hardware agnostic - runs on standard servers and
displays, no special Video Wall hardware or network
configurations required
Flexible and seamlessly scalable – supports any
numbers of Smart Walls with any number and any
combination of monitors at any location
Management
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Management of Smart Wall fully integrated with
XProtect Corporate's management client
Intuitive Smart Wall builder enables easy definition of
numbers of Smart Walls, size and position of individual
monitors
Smart Wall presets provides powerful control of the
layout (camera grid) and actual camera content
All user actions are subject to assignment of user
rights
Control
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Dynamic user control of Smart Wall layout and content
through manual drag-and-drop of cameras and views
into the Smart Wall via the Smart Client
Automatic event driven control of Smart Wall layout and
content based on rules, such as motion detection, I/O,
integrated 3rd party applications, time, or video
analytics events
Layout control enables instant insertion of a camera in
a specific monitor and position, changes of the Smart
Wall monitor layout, setting of all (or some) of the
monitors in the Smart Wall to a predefined layout and
set of camera feeds
Intuitive integration with the map function enables easy
drag-and-drop of cameras in to the Smart Wall from the
map
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Individual Smart Client users can view Smart Wall
views as a part of the available view selection, which
enables Smart Wall to be used as an operator
collaboration tool
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Minimum System Requirements
XProtect Corporate Servers
XProtect Corporate Clients
XProtect Corporate Recording / Failover Servers
3.1
XProtect Smart Client 5.0 and Smart Wall
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HW Platform:
Minimum 2.4 GHz CPU and 1 GB RAM (2.4 MHz dual
core processor and 2 GB RAM or more recommended)
Minimum 1 GB disk space available, excluding space
needed for recordings
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Microsoft Windows XP Professional (32 or 64 bit*),
Windows Server 2003 (32 or 64 bit*), Windows Server
2008 R1 and R2 (32 or 64 bit*), Windows Vista™
Business (32 or 64 bit*), Windows Vista Enterprise (32
or 64 bit*), Windows Vista Ultimate (32 or 64 bit*),
Windows 7 Professional (32 or 64 bit*), Windows 7
Enterprise (32 or 64 bit*) and Windows 7 Ultimate (32 or
64 bit*)
Software:
Microsoft .NET 3.5 Framework SP1, or newer
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HW Platform:
Minimum 2.4 GHz CPU, 1 GB RAM (more powerful CPU
and higher RAM recommended for Smart Clients and
Smart Walls running high number of cameras and
multiple views and displays)
Graphics Card:
AGP or PCI-Express, minimum 1024 x 768 (1280 x 1024
recommended), 16 bit colors
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Microsoft Windows XP Professional (32 or 64 bit*),
Windows Server 2003 (32 or 64 bit*), Windows Server
2008 R1 and R2 (32 or 64 bit*), Windows Vista Business
(32 or 64 bit*), Windows Vista Enterprise (32 or 64 bit*),
Windows Vista Ultimate (32 or 64 bit*), Windows 7
Professional (32 or 64 bit*), Windows 7 Enterprise (32 or
64 bit*) and Windows 7 Ultimate (32 or 64 bit*)
Software:
DirectX 9.0 or newer required to run Playback Viewer
application
Microsoft .NET 3.5 Framework SP1, or newer
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XProtect Corporate Management Server 3.1
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HW Platform:
Minimum 2.4 GHz CPU and 1 GB RAM (2 GB RAM or
more recommended)
Minimum 1 GB disk space available, excluding space
needed for SQL database and system configuration and
logging data
OS:
Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition, or better (32 or
64 bit) and Windows Server 2008 R1 and R2 Standard
Edition, or better (32 or 64 bit). Enterprise or Datacenter
Editions required if the XProtect Corporate Management
Server is to be deployed in a redundant cluster setup.
N.B.
Please note that the support for Windows XP was
discontinued with the release 3.0 of XProtect Corporate
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Microsoft .NET 3.5 Framework SP1, or newer
Internet Information Server (IIS) 6.0, or newer
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Microsoft SQL Express 2005/2008 Server or Microsoft
SQL 2005/2008 Server (local/networked)
XProtect Remote Client 3.6
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HW Platform:
Minimum 2.4 GHz CPU, RAM 1 GB (2 GB or higher
recommended on Microsoft Windows Vista)
OS:
Microsoft Windows XP Professional (32 or 64 bit*),
Windows Server 2003 (32 or 64 bit*), Windows Server
2008 R1 and R2 (32 or 64 bit*), Windows Vista
Business (32 or 64 bit*), Windows Vista Enterprise (32
or 64 bit*), Windows Vista Ultimate (32 or 64 bit*),
Windows 7 Professional (32 or 64 bit*), Windows 7
Enterprise (32 or 64 bit*) and Windows 7 Ultimate (32 or
64 bit*)
Software:
DirectX 9.0 or newer required to run Playback Viewer
application
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0, or newer, 32 bit version
required
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XProtect Management Client 3.1
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HW Platform:
Minimum 2.4 GHz CPU, 1 GB RAM
(2 GB or higher recommended on Microsoft Windows
Vista)
OS:
Microsoft Windows XP Professional (32 or 64 bit*),
Windows Server 2003 (32 or 64 bit*), Windows Server
2008 R1 and R2 (32 or 64 bit*), Windows Vista Business
(32 or 64 bit*), Windows Vista Enterprise (32 or 64 bit*),
Windows Vista Ultimate (32 or 64 bit*), Windows 7
Professional (32 or 64 bit*), Windows 7 Enterprise (32 or
64 bit*) and Windows 7 Ultimate (32 or 64 bit*)
Software:
Microsoft .NET 3.5 Framework SP1, or newer
DirectX 9.0, or newer
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Miscellaneous
Supported Languages
Licensing Structure
XProtect Smart Client 5.0
Base Server License
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English, Arabic, Simplified Chinese, Traditional
Chinese, Czech, German, Danish, Spanish, French,
Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Dutch, Polish,
Russian, Swedish, Turkish, Slovak, and Finnish
XProtect Remote Client 3.6
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English, German, French, Spanish, Simplified Chinese,
Japanese, Italian, Danish, and Swedish
XProtect Corporate Management Client 3.1
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English
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An XProtect Corporate Base Server license is
mandatory for installing the product
• The Base Server license contains:
o One Management Server license
o Unlimited numbers of Recording Servers / Failover
Servers licenses
o Unlimited numbers of Smart Clients and Remote
Clients licenses
Camera Channel License
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XProtect Smart Wall 1.0
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Operator interface:
English, Arabic, Simplified Chinese, Traditional
Chinese, Czech, German, Danish, Spanish, French,
Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Dutch, Polish,
Russian, Swedish, Turkish, Slovak and Finnish
Management interface:
English
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To connect to a camera, a license per camera channel is
required. In total, for all copies of the product installed
under this license, the product may only be used with as
many cameras as you have purchased camera licenses
for.
Camera Licenses can be purchased in any numbers. To
extend the installation with additional Camera Licenses,
the Base Server License number (SLC) is required when
ordering.
Smart Wall Application License
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XProtect Smart Wall is an add-on product to XProtect
Corporate and subject to separate licensing.
The XProtect Smart Wall Application License permits
connection of unlimited numbers of Smart Walls (incl.
physical displays) and camera feeds.
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