The DMP intrusion panel extension 4.1 includes the following known issues.
|Issue||Found In Release||Description|
|2617153||DMP 4.0||If the Keep clock synchronized option is active in Security Center, and the DMP intrusion panel is in a different time zone than the Intrusion Manager Server, Security Center will overwrite the panel's local time.|
|2526633||DMP 4.1||Switching the Synchronization interval of a DMP intrusion panel from Inherit from extension to Override changes the interval to one minute, no matter what the interval was set to.|
|2521413||DMP 4.1||When you want to add new cardholders to the DMP intrusion panel, all available
cardholders are listed in Security Center, even if some have already been added to
the list. If you have hundreds of cardholders, it can be difficult to know which
cardholders have already been added.
Workaround: Use cardholder groups instead of adding individual cardholders.
|2315583||DMP 4.0||From an intrusion detection unit's User Codes tab, when editing a cardholder's profiles, you can add more than are allowed by the panel. However, Security Center only pushes the number of profiles allowed and starts with the first profile in the list.|
|2306489||DMP 4.0||In Config Tool, cardholders are imported into the default partition, so users who belong to different partitions are unable to see the imported cardholders in the User codes window of the Intrusion detection task.|
|2306482||DMP 4.0||The User codes window of the Intrusion detection task shows no indication of whether a cardholder profile is enabled or disabled.|
|2239264||DMP 4.0||All DMP intrusion detection units have an area named 24H zones. From the
Area View task, it is not possible to differentiate which
24H zones area belongs to which unit.
Workaround: Select the area, on its Identity page, in the Relationships box, expand Controlled by to see which unit owns the area. Rename the 24H zones area to include the name of the intrusion detection unit.
|2195674||DMP 4.0||If a cardholder fails to be pushed to the panel successfully, users cannot know
which cardholder failed nor what caused the failure.
Workaround: To see which cardholders failed to be pushed to a panel, review the DMP logs in Server Admin and the logs in the Windows Event Viewer app.
|2159060||DMP 4.0||If an input, output, or area is renamed quickly and multiple times in Security Center, the changes might fail to be made on the panel, and so the name of the intrusion detection unit reverts to the name that is set on the panel.|
|2120293||DMP 4.0||When a panel is configured to use an event port that is already in use by
another application, Security Center stops
receiving events from the panel.
Workaround: Set the port to be "Automatically assigned" so that Intrusion Manager always uses a port that is available.