Step 1: To start Remote Manager program, double click icon on desktop
Step 2: When the administrator logon window is opened, check master administration logon and enter “1” as password to logon.
Step 3: The initial master administrator password can be changed at Change Master Password in the System menu.
Step 4: Monitoring
Authentication record status of a user authenticated by the fingerprint recognition terminal, access status of Remote manager and terminal connection status are monitored in real-time.
Step 5: Clear all items of list
All records of the access log list are initialized. (Restart the program automatically initialized).
Step 6: User Management- Retrive Users
User Management
Step 7: User Managementà Terminal User
Step 8: Terminal UseràSelect Terminal
Step 9: Select UseràRetrive
Step 10: Modify User: Double click a user to be changed in the user list window.
Delete User: After checking a user to be deleted in the user list, select[Delete User].
Step 11: Send User Information to the terminal
User information selected from a user list is sent to the terminal.When sending user information, only the users authorized for authentication aresent to the applicable terminal. Any unauthorized user is deleted from the selected terminal. For the user skipped due to absence of authorization for authentication,the number of users skipped is indicated in the status column of terminal list.
Step 12: Terminal User Management
User information stored in a terminal can be inquired or loaded to the server.
User information stored in a terminal does not include the user’s name.
Information of a user who is already registered in the server cannot be loaded.
It reloads the user information stored in a terminal.
It deletes a checked user from a terminal.
It loads the information of a checked user to the server.
Step 13: Assign Admins
A terminal that can be managed by each administrator is assigned. A terminal
administrator is a user who can use terminal menus. In case more than one
administrator is registered in a terminal, the administrator authentication process is required to enter the setting menu.
Double click a user to be changed in the user list window.Select  “2000:Terminal Admin”
Step 14: Enter Password for Admin.
Step 15: Terminal MangementàAssign AdminàSelect user
Step 16: Log Management