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Adding Individual Access Rights to Locks

This section describes how to add individual access rights to locks on iLOQ Manager.

Note:

Mandatory fields are marked with an asterisk (*).

Proceed as follows.

  1. Select Basic data > Browse locks.

  2. Right-click the lock to which you want to add individual access rights, and select Add individual access right.
    The Addition of individual access rights wizard is opened.
  3. Select Create individual access right to lock.
  4. Select whether the access right has version data or not, with the Access right has version data radio buttons.
  5. Select the visibility of the access right in the Visibility of access right drop-down menu.
  6. Select Next.
  7. If you are:
    • Deploying new locks, the options are:

      • Leave locks in planning state — Select Leave locks in planning state if you want to leave the lock in the planning state, and continue planning the locking system without, for example, programming any physical locks.

      • Order locks — Select Order locks if you know that the lock definitions are final, but you want to program the lock later.

        For more information, see Ordering Locks.

      • Order and program locks — Select Order and program locks:
        • If you know that the lock definitions are final, and you want to program the lock at once.
        • For locks that have not yet been installed on the premises.

        For more information, see Programming Locks.

      • Order and transfer tasks to programmer — Select Order and transfer tasks to programmer if you are deploying a mounted lock, and you want to program it by disconnecting the Programmer from the computer, and taking it to the lock to be deployed. You can only do this for one lock at a time.

        Note:

        In this case, you will have two tasks for the lock: a formatting task on the token and a programming task on the Programmer. Insert the programming cable to the lock, wait for the green status light, and repeat once to get both tasks carried out.

    • Reprogramming deployed locks, the options are:

      • Leave locks in planning state — Select Leave locks in planning state if you want to leave the locks in the planning state, and program the locks later.

      • Order locks — Select Order locks if you want to create the programming task, but execute it later, or program networked locks.

      • Order and program locks — Select Order and program locks if you want to create the programming task, and execute it at once for a single lock at hand.

      • Order and transfer tasks to programmer — Select Order and transfer tasks to programmer if you want to create the programming tasks, transfer them to the Programmer, and take the Programmer with you to program the locks at the site. If you have networked locks, this option will also program them through the network.

  8. Select Next.
  9. A summary screen is shown.
  10. Follow the wizard to end the procedure.
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