You can distribute system administration by allowing one user to order, that is, approve, programming changes to keys. Another user, for example, with limited usage rights, can carry out ordered programming tasks, but cannot modify the content of these programming tasks.
If you do not use distribute system administration, you can carry out the ordered programming tasks yourself. In any case, ordering is a mandatory phase in the system. However, you can order and program a key at once by selecting Order and program at the end of the ordering wizard.
When you order a key, the programming task is created and sent to the iLOQ Locking System server, where it waits to be transferred to the key through the Programming Token or, remotely, through a Key Programming Hot Spot.
Proceed as follows.