What's new in CCURE Access Control plugin 3.6 - CCURE 3.6

CCURE Access Control Plugin Guide 3.6

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The CCURE Access Control plugin 3.6 includes the following new features.

New alarms and event page
All XFEvents are imported from CCURE 9000. Using the new Alarms and events page, you can view and search for XFEvents.
Choose how to expose the XFEvents in Security Center
You can choose to expose XFEvents as custom entities, alarm entities, custom events, or any combination of these. You can also silence an XFEvent so that it is ignored by Security Center.
Auto acknowledge alarms when all causes are clear
Configure Security Center to automatically acknowledge a CCure alarm when all causes are cleared.
Import and assign entities to partitions
From the Synchronization page, you choose which CCURE 9000 partitions to synchronize and to which Security Center partition imported entities are assigned. XFEvents are assigned to specific Security Center partitions from the Alarms and events page.
Import instructions for XFEvents
Instructions attached to XFEvents are imported during synchronization, and you can view these instructions in Security Desk.
Perform actions on CCURE 9000 XFEvents from Security Center
You can arm, disarm, activate, deactivate, latch, unlatch, toggle, and pulse an XFEvent from Security Desk. All actions done in Security Center are recorded in the Security Center plugin database and the CCure 9000 Journal logs, so that you can easily determine who requested or canceled an action event.
New XFEvent management task
The XFEvent management task is an operation task in Security Desk that you can use to see the current state of all XFEvents imported from CCURE 9000. For a selected event, you can apply manual actions, view causes, and show instructions.
New manual actions audit trail
The CCURE manual actions audit trails task is an investigation task in Security Desk. You can use this task to search for actions performed in Security Center synchronized CCURE entities, and see which Security Center users performed the action and when.