Product information "ADDITIONAL USER LICENSE"
An additional license is required for every additional system administrator. Order this product when you require an additional license for the Standard edition of the Entro software. The Entro software is Windows-based and very easy to use. It can communicate with system hardware via direct connection (COM)‚ local and global networks (LAN/WAN)‚ TCP/IP or modem. The software supports various operating authorizations - for example‚ reception personnel may be authorized only to handle card activation while administrators are authorized to implement basic modifications of the system. The software provides sophisticated event control and search functions with graphical icons for door monitoring in addition to common tasks like card administration. It also includes alarm bypass control with alarm status feedback (ASF)‚ anti-passback‚ roll-call‚ interlock function‚ elevator control‚ photo ID‚ and many other useful features. The template design tool in the Entro software makes it possible to design personalized ID cards and print them using standard Windows printer drivers. It is also very easy to define alarm zones using the Entro software. At each reader or door assigned to an alarm zone‚ the alarm can be activated or deactivated. Entro’s Alarm Status Feedback (ASF) function can indicate the status (armed/disarmed) of the zone at any reader in the zone (via the red reader LED). In applications that include SISTORE DVRs‚ the Entro software fully integrates the DVRs into the access control system‚ which makes event-triggered recording very easy. An integrated Web-based reservation function is also included in the software. It is ideal for managing access to conference rooms‚ sport facilities‚ clubs‚ and so on. Reservation can be done via the Internet or via an InfoPoint reservation terminal. The software also includes an open TCP/IP interface (BAPSI) to third-party applications. In cases where wireless components (i.e. RF30-EM and RF9) are used in a Entro system‚ the Entro software handles those components in a similar way as it handles wired ones.
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