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The administration software shall be a workstation/server based tool capable of enterprise-wide configuration of DVR connection data, management of user accounts, DVR setup, and alarm station connection data.

2.

The administration software shall be Windows based, and must be compatible with Microsoft Windows XP and Vista32, and must provide a user-friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) for creating the event-driven video recording and access control system’s database.

3.

The administration software shall allow the administrator to generate database, upon which subsequent operator accounts or administrator accounts can be based. This operation shall make it easy to set up operator accounts with a predefined set of rights.

4.

A record of each alarm event shall be entered in the alarm log of the database during an alarm session. The Unified Access DVR must have the ability to sort the alarms in true chronological order and it can be searched using Text Searchable Video Surveillance Technology. The alarm log must contain a minimum of the following information for each event:

XAD Unified Access Control DVR

SPECIFICATION DATA

The UADVR’s administration software shall include, as a minimum, the following features / functions / specifications:

  • a.

    Name of user logged on to alarm station or using alarm session.

  • b.

    Name of DVR

  • c.

    Time and date action taken.

  • d.

    Time and date of alarm.

  • e.

    Sensor input of alarm.

  • f.

    Name of alarm event.

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  • 5.

    The administration software shall allow for definable user names and privileges. The administrator must have the ability to restrict any, or all, of the following:

    • a.

      The right to use the administration features & functions.

    • b.

      The right to use maintenance functions, including modifying configuration settings, modifying security settings, and modifying system settings.

    • c.

      The right to obtain live video from a Unified Access Digital Video Recorder.

    • d.

      The right to obtain recorded video and transaction data from a Unified Access Digital Video Recorder.

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