Identifying which entities are affected by access rules - Security Center 5.10

Security Center User Guide 5.10

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You can find out which entities and access points are affected by a given access rule, using the Access rule configuration report.

What you should know

In the report results, you can see the members of the access rule, such as the cardholders, doors, and the associated schedule. This helps you determine if you must add or remove entities, or adjust the schedule.

For information about modifying the members of an access rule, see the Security Center Administrator Guide.


  1. Open the Access rule configuration task.
  2. Set up the query filters for your report. Choose one or more of the following:
    Access rule
    Select the access rule to investigate.
    Cardholder status
    Select the cardholder status to investigate: Active; Expired; Inactive.
    Custom fields
    Restrict the search to a predefined custom field for the entity. This filter only appears if custom fields are defined for the entity, and if the custom field was made visible to you when it was created or last configured.
  3. In the Expand cardholder groups option, select Enable to list the members of the affected cardholder groups in the report instead of the cardholder groups themselves.
  4. In the Include perimeter entities option, select Enable to include the perimeter entities of the affected areas in the report.
  5. Click Generate report.
    The entities and access points affected by this access rule are listed in the report pane.