Introduction to Doors.WEB

Introduction to Doors.WEB

This reference guide introduces you to Keri Systems new Doors.WEB™ web client. It explains the main features, functions and operation of the web client, plus pre-requisites for installation and the installation procedure itself. It can be very conveniently used on any device that has a web browser (PC, tablet or smart phone) and it can operate over the internet or via a Local Area Network.

Installation takes just a few minutes and you will find it very easy to setup and use. It provides you with the most commonly-used access control functions, such as adding, editing and removing cardholders (and credentials), or locking and unlocking any or all doors in your system and monitoring system events as they occur in real-time.

Doors.WEB™ is designed for use with the Doors.NET access control system. It features an extremely easy to use and simplified user interface, allowing you to carry out a number of common administrative tasks. Doors.WEB™ can be seamlessly combined with the standard Doors.NET software (subject to Doors.WEB™ being enabled on your license key.

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