C-CURE 9000 Integration
Ports required by integration
The following ports are used by IdentyTech reader integration. During the driver installation the listed ports will be automatically added as a firewall exception, however if your network policy is controlled by corporate firewall, these have to be opened manually in order for the integration to function properly.
7000 TCP – Unit communication protocol
7001 | 7060 UDP – Network device search
7002 TCP – Real time monitoring notifications
7003 TCP – PC identification service
7004 TCP – Enrollment with local sensor
Please note: the ports cannot be changed in this version of the driver.
Supported Wiegand card formats
This integration supports any Wiegand format defined by the customer in C-CURE 9000 software that meets the following requirements:
Getting started with IDT-SDK v9.0
Supported operating systems
Windows 7 x86, x64
Windows 8 x86, x64
Windows 8.1 x86, x64
Window 10 x86, x64
Windows Server 2008 x64, Any edition
Windows Server 2012 x64, Any edition
Windows Server 2016 x64, Any editionOperations are not guaranteed with other Operating systems.
Supported devices & firmware versions
Identytech devices of type:
IDT Nano PS
IDT Nano FP
IDT 750 PS
IDT 750 FP
The SDK supports Firmware versions v14.90.x and higher.
The devices with following firmware versions must be updated prior to using the SDK.
Operations are not guaranteed with versions below v14.90.x.
The following is the list of supported configurations for compilation of your application
How to – support videos
Getting started with IdentyManage
1. Start IdentyManage software by double-clicking on “IdentyManage Software” icon on your desktop.
Please note: The license has to be activated prior to using management software.
2. On the first software run, you have to set the password for the “Administrator” account.
Please choose a password and enter it to the relevant fields, and press “Set” button to continue.
3. After the password is set, you will need to choose a “Site name”. The “Site name” can be a company name, installation site name, building name etc..
4. After setting up the site name, the software “Login” screen will appear. Log in to the management software:
The default username: Administrator (case sensitive) and type as a password the one that was set on the first software run.
5. Click on the “Site map” icon:
Your device should appear at the “Network devices” part of the window as shown on the picture below. In case that the device does not appear on the “Network devices” tree, please refer to our support portal (http://support.identytech.com/faq ) – FAQ section for troubleshooting.
6. Drag and drop the device to the “Site map” part of the window, under the any node.
If device has a default IP address (192.168.1.1) it cannot be dragged to the map unless the IP address is changed. To change the IP address, right-click on the device and choose “Set IP” from the menu.
If the device is DHCP state, while dragging, the IP address will change to static and reboot. Please refer to the full software manual for more detailed explanation on how to change the IP address.
7. Once the site map is setup and all the relevant units are added to the site map, you can proceed to enrolling users into your system. To do so, click on the “Users” icon in the main menu.
The following window will show up:
8. Press “Add button” in the window menu. The following window will show up:
Under the “General info” tab, please type in the User ID (MUST field). You can also specify any additional user details such as User name, date of birth etc. In the Access mode field, specify the credentials that user is going to use in order to be identified in the system: Biometric only, card & biometric, Pin code etc., the default access mode is Biometric only – meaning that the user will have to present palm / or finger only (depending on the type of the terminal) in order to be identified in the system.
9. Next, navigate to “Access levels & holidays” tab. By default, there is 2 access levels specified in the system: ALWAYS (full access) and NEVER (no access). Additional access levels can be created for a custom access permissions. Please refer to the full software manual for a more detailed explanation.
Click on the “+” button next to the “Related access levels” list and choose “Always” from the list and click the “OK” button. The access level should appear under “Related access levels” list as shown on the picture below.
10. Depending on the type of the biometric you want to enroll please navigate either to “Fingerprint data” or “Palm data” tabs. In case you have a local desktop sensor connected to your PC, choose “Local enrollment” option. In case you are enrolling on the terminal, choose “Network enrollment” option, click on the “…” button and select the unit you will enroll on from the list.
Press “Enroll button”. Present your finger or palm to the terminal or desktop reader. Once enrollment complete, the green check mark will appear on the relevant picture.
11. Press save button to save user on the unit. Before you saving make sure the unit is connected to the network. Complete the enrollment process. Please note: there is no need to click apply button after every enrolled palm or fingerprint. It is enough to click a “Save” button after all the necessary details are filled in.
12. Once user was saved, the new task will be created and appear at the bottom of the screen. The green color will represent that the user was synchronized to the units successfully, the red one – task failed, orange – represent that task was completed with errors (the user data wasn’t synchronized to all terminals).
Connecting power supply to the terminals
Enabling remote connection on SQLServer
Open “SQLServer Management Studio”. On the connection window, press connect to connect to a server:
On the object explorer window:
Right Click on the server name, and click “Properties”.
The following window will show up:
Make sure that “SQLServer and Windows Authentication mode” is marked if not, mark this option and press ok. Close properties window.
On the object explorer window choose:
Security -> Logins -> New Login as shown below:
The following window will open:
On the general window properties:
Click on “Server Roles” on the left side of the window as shown below:
And mark “sysadmin” option in this window.
Then navigate to “User mapping” window:
On the “Users mapped to login” part mark “IdentyManage”
On the “Database role membership for: IdentyManage” part, mark “db_owner” checkbox.
Press OK and close SQLServer management studio.
Navigate to Start -> All programs -> Microsoft SQLServer 2008 R2 -> Configuration tools -> Configuration Manager:
On the right side of the opened window click on” SQLServer Network Configuration” and choose the desired instance, for example: “Protocols for SQLEXPRESS” as shown below:
On the left side, right click on “TCP/IP” and choose “Enable” from the menu.
Click on “SQL Server Services” on the menu at the left side, choose your instance, for example: “SQLServer (SQLEXPRESS)” and restart the service as shown below:
Now your instance will support remote connection. In case you are still unable to connect, check that your firewall is not blocking a port: 1433. In case it does, add a firewall exception for this port on both remote and target machines.
Installing PalmSecure drivers on windows 8 & 8.1
Palm secure drivers are not digitally signed. Therefore it is required to disable driver enforcement signature in order to install those drivers properly. The following guide will explain how to cancel Driver signature enforcement on both Windows 8, Windows 8.1 & Windows 10 operating systems.
Disabling Driver Signature Enforcement on Windows 8, 8.1 & 10
Go to PC Settings and search for “Recovery” and click enter. Under Advanced Startup, You will need to click on the “Restart now” button. Remember to save all your work first before clicking it.
The computer reboots to a startup menu, in which click Troubleshoot.
And click Advanced Options at next screen.
Choose Startup Settings next,
And click Restart button.
The computer reboots and prompts another menu to choose. One of the items is to Disable driver signature enforcement. Press number 7 or F7 to continue booting to Windows 8 with digital sign enforcement disabled.
While installing a driver you will get the Windows Security warning window. Choose “Install this driver software anyway”.
Restart computer once again to re-enable the digital sign enforcement.
The following guide is created to assist the person responsible for the biometric enrollment.
The Person who responsible for the biometric enrollment procedure should be patient, professional with good personal communication, before starting the enrollment procedure its very high important to explain the user the enrolling process and the optimal finger area that we want to record/enroll. Prior to enrollment, the person in charge has to explain the concept of enrollment of fingerprint / palm biometric key production.
We recommend to enroll at least 2 fingers (one on each hand) or more in case it is required. For the palm enrollment we recommend to enroll both hands.
The Fingerprint enrollment procedure
Placing the finger on the enrollment sensor is high important, full coverage of the finger on the enrollment surface pattern will supply good and accurate template of the enrolled person.
Try to cover the entire area of the reader by the following examples:
DO NOT put finger on the sensor surface like that:
The Palm-Vein enrollment procedure
The following illustrations show the physical view and drawings of the palm guide. Since the palm vein technology is touch-less, it is recommended to use a hand guide for a first 2 month in order to train the users to place a hand correctly.
The following illustration is the range which signifies the vertical length of the palm and shows what part of the palm is being enrolled.
Try to cover the palm guide area from the wrist to finger by the following examples:
DO NOT put your hand on the guide surface area like that:
IP address basics & Terminals
Most networks today, including all computers on the Internet, use the TCP/IP protocol as the standard for how to communicate on the network. In the TCP/IP protocol, the unique identifier for a computer is called its IP address.
How does your computer get its IP address? An IP address can be either dynamic or static. A static address is one that you configure yourself by editing your computer’s network settings. This type of address is rare, and it can create network issues if you use it without a good understanding of TCP/IP. Dynamic addresses are the most common. They’re assigned by the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), a service running on the network. DHCP typically runs on network hardware such as routers or dedicated DHCP servers.
To change the computer’s IP address in Windows 7, type network and sharing into the Search box in the Start Menu and select Network and Sharing Center when it comes up. If you are in Windows 8.x it will be on the Start Screen itself, like the screenshot at the top of this article.
Then when the Network and Sharing Center opens, click on Change adapter settings. This will be the same on Windows 7 or 8.x.
Right-click on your local adapter and select Properties.
In the Local Area Connection Properties window highlight Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)then click the Properties button.
Now select the radio button Use the following IP address and enter in the correct IP, Subnet mask, and Default gateway that corresponds with your network setup. Then enter your Preferred and Alternate DNS server addresses. Here we’re on a home network and using a simple Class C network configuration and Google DNS.
Check Validate settings upon exit so Windows can find any problems with the addresses you entered. When you’re finished click OK.
Now close out of the Local Area Connections Properties window.
Now you can open the command prompt and do an ipconfig to see the network adapter settings have been successfully changed.
The most useful tool is a Windows command promt (cmd).
A command prompt is an entry point for typing computer commands in the Command Prompt window. By typing commands at the command prompt, you can perform tasks on your computer without using the Windows graphical interface.
To open the Command Prompt window, click the Start button –> All Programs –> Accessories, and then click Command Prompt.
1. To find out your current IP address settings, type “ipconfig” command and click “Enter“. The IP settings will appear.
2. To view the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) cache, type “arp -a”. This will show all the IP and MAC addresses in your network.
3. To test and verify connectivity from the computer to some IP address, type “ping” command and then type a space and IP address you want to check connectivity to. For example: “ping 192.168.1.15“
All of Identytech are are shipped with the following IP settings:
IP address: 192.168.1.1
Subnet Mask: 255.0.0.0
If your network setting supports assigning of DHCP addresses, once you plug the terminal to the network, the IP address will be automatically assigned to the terminal.
In case the IP address was not assigned automatically, it has to be set manually. In order to do so, you will have to assign a “Static” IP address to your PC with the following :
IP address: 192.168.1.15
Subnet Mask: 255.0.0.0
(To assign a static IP please navigate to the top of the page to “Assigning static IP address to your computer” section.)
Once the address is assigned, you will be able to see the terminal in the management software and change its IP address to desired IP settings.
Identytech licensing system
IdentyTech Solutions has its unique licensing system.
Each copy of software requires its unique license, based on unique identifier of the computer (Hardware ID). It is impossible to run the software without a license even for a trial period.
Each IdentyTech customer receives an access to IdentyTech CRM account and the option to create a licenses, based on the number of the licenses that were purchased. Also, all the terminals purchased by the same customer appears on his CRM account.
Basic software license enables all standard features allowing the customer work with a terminals. The software will recognize and work only with the terminals that appears in the license file. While generating a license file, all the terminals purchased by the customer will automatically appear in the license. There is an option to manually choose the terminals that would appear within the license, in case the customer is registered as an “Integrator”(reseller). In case that more terminals were purchased by the customer, license file can be easily updated by re-downloading a file from IdentyTech CRM (there is no need to generate additional license file).
In addition to a basic software functionality, there are various optional modules available. Those can be enabled by the license (modules are purchased separately and not enabled by the basic license). The license can be extended for additional modules while generating a license file in case there are additional modules credits available.
Each license that was created is permanent and cannot be deleted or transferred to another PC. There is no option to modify a Hardware ID after the license file was generated (basic license can be extended for use with additional modules by simply editing the license file, there is no need to generate additional license file).
The licenses are created by the customer itself, and NOT via sending the request to the Support Team.
In case there is no license credits available, please contact our Sales Team at: email@example.com.
Getting started with the CRM portal
Each IdentyTech customer will receive an email form firstname.lastname@example.org which will invite him to register in IdentyTech CRM portal.
The registration process is very simple. In order to register, the customer should press on the link in the received email, and fill in the relevant details such as: Username, Password, Password confirmation, First name, Last name, Address, Phone.
It is recommended to provide a simple username such as a company name.
Once registered, the customer can login with the registration details (username and password provided through registration) into: http://crm.identytech.com
Once logged in to the CRM portal, the customer will be able to download the latest software, firmwares, manuals, documentation and generate licenses for the management software.
Also the CRM contains a simple ticketing management system, allowing the customer easily open maintenance & repair requests.
To get started, the customer can refer to the manuals available in the CRM portal which will guide him through the installation and initial setup processes:
– “How to install IdentyManage Software.pdf” – detailed explanation on how to install our management software
– “IdentyTech CRM.pdf” – detailed explanation on how to use a CRM portal
– “IdentyManage – Quick enrollment guide.pdf” – quick start up guide
Our Support Team will be happy to assist in case of any questions or issues. Don’t hesitate to contact us at: email@example.com.