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ACCESS CONTROL | VISITOR MANAGEMENT PREMIER EDITION ADD-ONS


LWVMSKFRS Front Desk kit includes:


• One (1) LWVMSFRD Front Desk license • One (1) LWVMSBP Thermo printer


• One (1) LWVMSVB Thermal labels (total 12 rolls of 300 labels each)


• One (1) LWVMSDOME Logitech camera • One (1) LWVMSSNAP driver license/business card scanner


LWVMSFRD Front Desk license for one concurrent workstation


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Reporter license for one concurrent workstation _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________


LWVMSKIO Kiosk license facilitates visitor self-registration and can also provide information such as safety videos and visit agreements. Licensed per concurrent workstation.


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LWVMSWEB Web Center license is used by employees to pre-register their visitors, and by authorized security personnel to view visitor traffic and validate visitor badges. Runs on IIS 5.1 and 6.0. Supports browsers IE6, 7, and 8. Licensed per system.


LWVMSNOT Notify license informs host upon visitor’s arrival via a pop-up application installed on each host’s PC. Licensed per system.


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Host license for one host You can purchase more licenses to increase the number of supported hosts above the 5,000 included in the Premier Edition. The maximum number of hosts in Premier Edition cannot exceed 50,000. Each person who may receive visitors is a host. Licensed per host.


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PWLW4 (Available to HIS-authorized integrators only) The Pro-Watch 3.7/3.8 connector allows Front Desk operators to assign access privileges to visitors within Pro-Watch for a visitor badge. The connector also imports hosts from Pro-Watch and allows the Front Desk operator to issue a temp card to a host who has forgotten their access control card. A host’s permanent card is automatically disabled in Pro-Watch when a host temp card is issued. Licensed per system.


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