Enrolling a 32-bit MIFARE Credential in Doors.NET
1.0 Introduction This section explains how you can add the 32-bit Mifare CSN (Card Serial Number) and as active card format. Once added, when the reader recognises the credential type, it will pass all 32-bits of the card number to the controller. ...
Cardholder Enrollment - USB Enrollment Reader
USB Enrollment Reader Enrollment 1.0 Introduction Keri Part Number - RDR-ENR1 The ENR-1 is a simple and efficient USB enrollment reader . It has a small form factor and is capable of reading a multitude of 125KHz proximity cards and 13.56MHz ...
Cardholder Enrollment - Using Live Events
Live Events Enrollment You can enroll cardholders into Doors.net using an access denied events in the Live events grid. Note: This method only detects the card 'internal number' - the unique number that is processed by the controllers and do not ...
Cardholder Enrollment - Block Enrollment
Block Enrollment in Doors.NET 1.0 Introduction Block Enrollment allows an Operator to create a generic set of credentials (using consecutive credential numbers) that can be, in turn, issued on an as-needed basis. Enable the Advanced View feature set ...
Cardholder Enrollment - Presentation Enrollment
Presentation Enrollment in Doors.NET 1.0 Introduction The Doors.NET software offers presentation enrollment functionality from any reader on the system. Presentation enrollment allows you to enroll a card simply by presenting the card at the reader. ...
Cardholder Enrollment - Manual Enrollment
Manual Enrollment in Doors.NET NXT, MS and 26-bit Wiegand credentials can be manually enrolled by entering the card's imprint (the number printed on the outside of the card), MS and Wiegand cards also require a facility code. The manual enrollment ...