Multi-Tenant – A New Feature Of ACTWin Pro V 2.2
The Multi-Tenant feature will allow multiple independent sites to be connected to the same hardware (ACTPro 2000/3000 controllers, DS100 door stations). ACTWinPro users will only be allowed to view and configure users and doors that belong on their site. They will not be allowed to see activity on other sites.
Each tenant will be allowed to set access rights for their cardholders for shared common areas such as car parks and reception areas. This feature will allow installers to supply access control solutions to multiple end-users who share a common location i.e. shops, business units etc. It will also simplify administration on very large sites such as hospitals and universities as the site can be broken down into manageable divisions.
Muster reports will only be generated for each site. Up to 200 separate tenants can be defined. The system administrator can assign which divisions are available to each operator.
- 200 individual tenants
- Each tenant has its own doors, users, user groups and door groups which only they can edit
- Log events that occur to other tenants are not displayed
- Some users, doors etc. may be assigned to up to 16 tenants e.g. car parks and building management personnel can be shared between tenants
- When a fire occurs on one tenant, the muster report is only generated for users in that tenant
|Model code||ACTWin Pro V 2.2|
|Max No. of Doors per System||64|
|No of Cardholders included||30,000|
|Time & Attendance||Yes|
|Central / Remote Monitoring||Yes|
|Import/Export of Information||Yes|
|Multiple Tenants / Partitioning||Yes|
Prevent unauthorized access to areas by staff visitors or strangers. Provide secure and speedy access to secured areas for authorized personnel. Record all card and door transactions by time and date in the powerful ACTWinPro database. Add and delete cardholders in seconds. Control and administrate remote sites via ACTWinPro software.
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