To decrypt the confidential video stream so that the confidential video can be anonymized by the Privacy Protector™, you must install a Windows public certificate on the Archiver server and a Windows private certificate on the Privacy Protector™ server.
Before you begin
- Familiarise yourself with privacy protection encryption.
- Familiarise yourself with your smart card manufacturer's documentation.
- Ensure that the Windows public certificate is available in the Windows certificate store.
What you should know
On the machine hosting the Privacy Protector™ role, install the Windows public certificate on the Archiver server.
- From the Config Tool home page, open the Video task.
Do one of the following:
- To enable encryption on the Archiver, select the Archiver role to configure, and click the Camera default settings tab.
- To enable encryption on a camera, select the camera to configure, click the Recording tab.
- Click Show advanced settings, and select In transit and at rest as the Encryption option.
Install the Windows public certificate on the Archiver server.
- In the Certificates section, click and select the Windows public certificate that you require.
Click OK to
accept the certificate.
NOTE: If the Windows public certificate is not listed, it might not be installed in the Windows certificate store.
- Click Apply.
- View the anonymized (masked) video stream only when no smart card is present.
- View the original confidential video stream when the required smart card is inserted.NOTE: Depending on the smart card that is inserted, a PIN might also be required.