Genesis Support Policy
- Free phone support during normal business hours for the life of your system. (We love to hear from you...call as often as you like!)
NOTE: We only support customers that bought directly from Genesis or that reside in Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico.
- Free emergency after hours phone support for the first two years
- Emergency after hours phone support is renewable after the first two years
- Two years parts only replacement warranty
- Extended parts only warranty available after initial two years is the lowest priced in the industry!
- Extended warranty, maintenance or support contracts are OPTIONAL, and therefore they are NOT required for your KeyWatcher or software systems to continue operating without restrictions.
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KeyWatcher III Card Reader TYPE Settings
|KEYWATCHER III CARD READER TYPE SETTINGS|
|ACCESS DEVICE TYPE||DEVICE SETTING|
|KeyWatcher 2 to KeyWatchet 3 conversion||KW2 Weigand - Standard|
|KeyWatcher 3 (first time connected to HK2)||Weigand|
|IBC Reader||Magstrike Track 2 or KW2 Track 2|
|HID Prox Reader||Weigand|
|Mifare Reader||KW2 Weigand – Data|
|Morse Card Swipe & Cards||Magstrike Track 2|
|Morse Card Swipe & Customer Cards||Track 2 (KW2)|
|HK2 (HID 35-bit Generic)||Weigand|
How to speed up a network connection to the KeyWatcher
Locate the HOSTS file which on Windows XP, Vista and 7 is located at: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc
If your network experiences outages
Some networks are slugish or have intermitent connection issues. You can modify a setting to force the software to attempt connecting for a specified number of trys. Navigate to the folder where your database(s) are stored. Each KeyWatcher system will have one mdb file type and one kpi file. Locate the kpi for the desired system and find this line.
Simply change the number such as 10 in the example above to a higher number.
How to Manually Release a Smartkey
The diagram below details how to manually release a smartkey from a location using a small standard screwdriver.
How to configure Email Alerts
KeyWatcher Illuminated: How to Count Order of Locations within Modules
Although modules are available in 6, 8 and 16 location configurations, we're using the 16 location configuration in the examples below.
3 Module Style
6 Module Style
How to Open FTP sites in IE7Download Instructions (PDF)>
How to Change Your ServerAssuming your database(s) is stored at "\\sllvh04\KeyWatcher" you should first back up this parent and all children. In the example below "\\sllvh04\KeyWatcher" would be replaced with the new server path. We recommend you avoid spaces in the name and as well as avoiding map drives. We strongly recommend UNC paths rather then mapped drives.
The Key-pro.ini configuration file is stored as shown below and must be modified on EVERY client.Windows XP
C:\Program Files\Morse Watchman\KeyPro IIIWindows 7 or Vista
C:\Users\USER NAME\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\Morse Watchman\KeyPro III
Of course do the obvious and make sure that all client copies are closed.
Basic Biometric Finger Printer Concepts: Quality and Content Scores Explained
This fingerprint document maybe a little technical, but it has some very important basic points for anyone that is enrolling fingerprints.Basic Biometric Fingerprint Concepts (PDF)
USB to Serial Converters
These are compatibleCables-to-GoAmazon: Keyspan by Tripp Lite USA-19HS Prolific PL2303) (Make sure you download and install the most current driver)
These are NOT compatibleMicro Connectors, Inc. -- Model: E07-160C NOTE: Usually best to reboot after installing drivers
Process Performance Related Error
(The “Process Performance” errors are a product of the Windows OS and not the KeyPro software.)
Error in Open Connection: The ConnectionString Property Has Not Been Initialized
This error means that within the Database folder a KPI configuration file exists, but the required accompaning MDB database file is missing.
MS DotNet errors "Path Not Found" or "Access to the Path is Denied"
- Please understand this error has nothing to do with KeyPro.
- Ignore the first paragraph as it is generic Microsoft DotNet error.
- Never click "Continue", only Close.
- Reviewing the "Details" will also not be of any help.
This is an easy error as it literally describes your problem. Whoever is logged in does not have access to the path where the database is stored. If you attempted to access this path outside of KeyPro using Windows Explorer you would also get an error. In laymens terms, it would be no different than a MS Word or Excel doc stored on the network that you can't access. So this has nothing to do with Keypro.Possible causes would be:
- the users permissions have changed
- the server name has been changed
- the mapped drive is lost
- the network is down
Location stays lit, but won't release key set
The diagram below details how to verify that the springs are correctly seated, which is the most likely cause.
- Replacing KW CPU (CPU in cabinet, not control panel)
- Code Plug update for implementation of options
- Key Reservations Setup and Operation
- How to Replace a Module
- Replace a Door Strike
- Replace a Fingerprint Reader
KeyPro III Software
- Change KeyPro Database path/location
- How to Archive in Keypro 3
- How to Manually Collect Transactions and Reset Auto Transaction Collection when it stops working
- Configuring SMTP Service with Windows XP
- Setting up Auto Emails
- Sync Date and Time for daylight savings time
- Using Keypro 3 to Remove Key Sets Using Key Notes