The new functions found in Brivo Systems’ Version 7.1 of its ACS WebService application include group activated schedules and two-factor credentials. The group scheduling function allows schedules to be linked to a group of users and the schedule is not activated until a group member presents valid credentials. This function has a first-person-in function whereby only designated users can enable devices related to that schedule, and supervisor-on-site, whereby a designated person must present credentials to activate the schedule. With the two-factor credentials function, administrators can require both a card and a PIN to gain access to a door or device and tie it into specific schedules and individual devices.Brivo Systems

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