Controlled user authorization and access are of vital importance when considering the economics and operation of digital multifunctional systems.
In some cases, it can make sense to restrict the use of colour or limit certain functions to selected users or workgroups. Authentication Manager, the central server software, allows you to authorise specific and detailed user rights for selected ineos on the network in just one step. From then on, any user logging into a specific system requires either a PIN, ID via the finger vein scanner or a valid chip card. Input data is then compared with the predefined authentication data on the server.
With the “Card Self-Registration” it is possible to easily integrate new users in an existing card-infrastructure without any additional work for the IT-Administration. Three security levels control the card disposition and keep new registrations transparent for the Administration.
New users and group structures will be completely and automatically synchronised with Windows centralised directory service Active Directory in order to avoid the necessity of double permissions and to enhance a consistent user management.
So-called “public users” with no specific authorisation can be given standard system rights such as access to copy functions. In addition, or as an alternative to individual access, accounts can be configured giving access to entire departments and project groups.
Authentication Manager reduces your IT administrator’s workload by giving users and accounts one-step access to the digital systems.
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