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    User Auth - self associating your card

    Is it possible for users to assign a card them-self or does the administrator need to do this?

    I see they can change their own password but not assign a card.

    Its for a remote site and the IT guy doesnt want to provide the site users with admin code to copier.

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    Re: User Auth - self associating your card

    SafeQ, PaperCut or LK-114?

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    Re: User Auth - self associating your card

    Quote Originally Posted by ivovb View Post
    SafeQ, PaperCut or LK-114?

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    so only way for IT to do this would be to use external server authentication and put the cards ID into AD ?

    I doubt they will pay over a grand in software just for this feature alone

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    Re: User Auth - self associating your card

    I don't know what model you are working on but check for this setting in the webb interface:
    security - restrict user access - Biometric/IC Card information registration

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    Re: User Auth - self associating your card

    Quote Originally Posted by rrrohan View Post
    Is it possible for users to assign a card them-self or does the administrator need to do this?

    I see they can change their own password but not assign a card.

    Its for a remote site and the IT guy doesnt want to provide the site users with admin code to copier.
    Can you register them when on site to mount auth. unit and install loadable driver etc.
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    Re: User Auth - self associating your card

    Quote Originally Posted by B0265 View Post
    I don't know what model you are working on but check for this setting in the webb interface:
    security - restrict user access - Biometric/IC Card information registration
    Winner. thanks

    Notice you also then have to allow Biometric/IC Card Information Registration for each user as it cant be set as a "Default Function Permission"

    Quote Originally Posted by tsbservice View Post
    Can you register them when on site to mount auth. unit and install loadable driver etc.
    its so when new staff need to be setup on copier IT can do this remote and just send provide them with the ability to register their own IC Card as they obviously dont want to need to provide admin password to the copier to do it the traditional way

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    Re: User Auth - self associating your card

    Page Scope Data Admin does a few things with IC cards..

    You can inport a user name/card ID CSV, and if you have one machine setup you can do collective IC card maint. You would need a card reader to give you the card values. E

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    Re: User Auth - self associating your card

    Quote Originally Posted by emujo2 View Post
    Page Scope Data Admin does a few things with IC cards..

    You can inport a user name/card ID CSV, and if you have one machine setup you can do collective IC card maint. You would need a card reader to give you the card values. E
    You also need to install a plugin for the type of card reader you are using to the PS Data Admin.

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    Re: User Auth - self associating your card

    Good info, I have never had to use PSDA for this..I know it can though. E

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    Re: User Auth - self associating your card

    you have to use Konica AU devices though dont you. Pretty sure it wont work last time i tried with YSOFT reader

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