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            Two Badge Rule



            It is often required for a card with management credentials be presented in conjunction with the two (2) badge rule prior to access being granted at a reader. To get the required results configure UnityIS using the following steps.

            Configuring a Reader for Two Badge Operation

            • In Hardware Manager, unlock the module to allow editing of the screen.
            • From the Reader's properties box click on the drop down arrow to the right of the Reader Functions box.
            • Tick the box "Require two card control at this reader"
            • Click the Green check mark to save and close the window.





            (See below for optional steps to trigger a control point...)

            Disassociating the Reader

            • From the Reader's properties box, click on the drop down arrow in the Door Definitions box.
            • Set the Door Strike Address to a value of None. This will disassociate the door strike and create a control point.
            • Click the Green check mark to save and exit the configuration window.
            • From the toolbar located within Hardware Manager Click the disk to save all configuration changes.

            Creating a Macro

            • From within the Triggers screen, unlock the module to allow editing of the screen.
            • Right click in the Macros box and select Add Macro
            • In the Macros Properties box, select Control Point Pulse from the Command Box.
            • In the Macros Properties box, select the address of the disassociated reader from the Address box.
            • Select the desired amount of time for the control point to pulse in seconds from the On Time box.

            Creating a Trigger

            • Right Click in the Triggers box and select Add Trigger.
            • Enter the desired description for the trigger in the triggers Description box.
            • Select the event for the trigger to execute on, in this scenario select RO001 Access Granted.
            • Select the address for the control point used in Macros in the Address box.
            • Select the trigger number in the Trigger Code box, this will be the trigger number assigned to the manager's cardholder record.
            • Assign a time schedule in the Time Schedule box; this will be the schedule in which the trigger will execute. If two badge access is required always, assign a value of 1 Always.
            • Select the Macro number from the Macro box, this will be the Macro number assigned to the Macro created in the previous step Creating a Macro.
            • From the toolbar within Triggers, click the disk to save and download the records.

            Assigning a Trigger Code to a cardholder record

            • From the Access, Personnel Menu, unlock the module to allow editing of the screen.
            • Highlight the cardholder from column on the left; this should be the cardholder (s) that will have an elevated management credential.
            • Click the Advanced Access button.
            • From the Trigger Code box enter the trigger code number assigned in the previous step "Creating a Macro".
            • From the toolbar within Personnel, click the disk to save the records. Note: Access will not be granted until both the card with management credentials as well as a second card has been presented at the reader.



            Updated: 20 Jun 2019 05:21 AM
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