What's new in Genetec Mission Control™ 3.0.1.0 - Genetec Mission Control™ 3.0.1.0

Genetec Mission Control™ Release Notes 3.0.1.0

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Genetec Mission Control™ 3.0.1.0
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2021-03-24

Genetec Mission Control™ 3.0.1.0 includes the following enhancements.

General enhancements

Config Tool
Security Center custom fields in workflow automation activities and dynamic user procedure
Conditional activities
In addition to Incident properties and Incident location, you can now use Security Center custom fields to configure IF-ELSE conditions to direct the system workflow.
Dynamic SOP step
You can configure the system to auto-select an option in an incident’s dynamic user procedure step using Security Center custom fields.
To learn more, see About custom fields in the Security Center Administrator Guide.
Scheduled incident trigger
For incidents that occur at predetermined intervals, you can set a schedule for the system to trigger the selected incident by configuring a Scheduled task from System > Scheduled tasks in Config Tool.
To learn more, see Scheduled tasks in the Security Center Administrator Guide.
Aggregate multiple instances of an incident
You can configure incident triggers to aggregate multiple occurrences of an incident and only show the first instance in Security Desk.
Some use cases include:
  • Access events on cardholders or credentials.
  • Alarm events when the source is a location.
Advanced event filtering for incident triggers through payloads
You can add precision to your incident trigger configuration by choosing the Advanced event filtering option in the incident trigger dialog box.
You have the option of selecting specific payloads from any of the following events as incident triggers:
  • Access events
  • Alarm events
  • Custom events
  • User events
  • Video analytic events
User interface updates
Dynamic SOP steps
When an incident’s dynamic user procedure is configured for the system to automatically answer a dynamic SOP step, it is highlighted as a tooltip next to the step option.
Multiple occurrence restriction for incidents
Trigger properties such as multiple occurrence restriction for incidents and their schedules are now available in the Incident configuration > Incident Type > Triggers > page.
Security Desk
User interface updates
Customize widget layout in the Incident details pane
Choose widgets to display and their order
  1. In the Incident monitoring task toolbar, click Settings > Options.
  2. In the Incident details pane section, select the widgets and order of display.
Expand or collapse widgets
Collapse widgets
Click the minus sign next to the widget header in the Incident details pane.
The entire widget and its details are collapsed and only the header is visible.
Expand widgets
Click the plus sign next to the widget header in the Incident details pane.
The entire widget and its details are now visible.
These customizations are unique to each user.
Additional information in the Overview widget
The Overview widget in the Incident details pane displays the following additional incident related information in the summary view:
  • Area
  • Source
  • Events triggered
Manual incident trigger in the Incident monitoring task
The manual incident trigger functionality in the Incident monitoring task in Security Desk has been updated as follows:
  • You can have multiple Trigger incident dialog boxes open simultaneously.
  • You can perform on operations in the Incident monitoring task while you have the Trigger incident dialog box open.
When you close the Incident monitoring tasks, any open dialog boxes in the closed Incident monitoring task will also be closed.
Triggering incidents using hot actions
From the Incident monitoring task notification tray, you can click Hot actions () to trigger incidents configured for manual trigger.
To learn more, see Triggering hot actions in Security Center in the Security Center User Guide.

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