Doors.WEB Security Warning

Doors.WEB Security Warning

Because the Web Client is a simplified and limited version of Doors.NET there are many functions that can only be performed using standard Doors.NET™. This warning is aimed at preventing someone from being given software access and authority beyond what was initially intended for them.

One of these functions is the ability to setup and edit system administrators and operators.

When using Doors.WEB™, any logged-in user is automatically granted full administrative rights. The user will have full access to all available Doors.WEB™ client features, such as locking and unlocking any or all doors and adding/deleting cards. It is not possible to remove certain administrator functions (such as unlocking doors or removing cards), as you can in standard Doors.NET™.

We therefore insist that you should change the default admin password (from within Doors.NET >> Setup Operators) to eliminate the possibility of un-authorized system access.

Here are the full instructions for changing the Doors.NET™ default administrator password:

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