Report pane columns for the Hardware inventory task in Security Center - Security Center 5.10

Security Center User Guide 5.10

Applies to
Security Center 5.10
Last updated
2022-06-15
Content type
Guides > User guides
Language
English (United States)
Product
Security Center
Version
5.10

After generating a report, the results of your query are listed in the report pane. This section lists the columns available for the Hardware inventory task.

Unit
Name of the unit.
Unit type
Type of unit (Access control, Intrusion detection, ALPR, or Video).
Manufacturer
Manufacturer of the unit.
Product type
Model of the unit.
Role
Role that manages the unit.
Firmware version
Firmware version installed on the unit.
IP address
IP address of the unit or computer.
Physical address
The MAC address of the equipment's network interface.
Time zone
Time zone of the unit.
User
The user name used to connect to the unit.
Password strength
Strength of the password on the unit. When you hover over the password strength value, a tooltip gives you more information. "Unknown" is shown for federated units. Intrusion detection units are not supported by this feature.
Authentication scheme
Indicates the type of authentication being used by the camera unit, such as basic, digest, anonymous, or third party. If the unit suddenly requests to connect using a less secure authentication scheme, the Archiver rejects communication and the camera goes offline. For example, the Archiver expects the camera to be using digest authentication, but the camera tries to connect using basic authentication. The connection is rejected and the camera goes offline.
Security protocol
The security protocol used by the Access Manager (TLS, Wiegand).
Upgrade status
Status of the firmware upgrade (None, Scheduled, Started, Completed, or Failed).
Next upgrade
The date for the next upgrade based on the units' Delay upgrade until setting.
Reason for upgrade failure
Reason that the firmware upgrade failed (for example, Unit offline, or Firmware upgrade path not respected).
Proposed firmware version
The recommended version required for the upgrade. This column is blank for federated units.
Proposed firmware description
The description of the required upgrade. This column is blank for federated units.
Up to date
No firmware upgrade is necessary.
Optional
The firmware upgrade is not urgent.
Recommended
The firmware upgrade is recommended.
Security vulnerability
The firmware upgrade fixes a security vulnerability issue and is highly recommended.
NOTE: This information is only available if Genetec™ Update Service is running.
State
State of the unit (Online, Offline, Warning).
Platform version
Current platform (cumulative security rollup) version installed on the unit.
Proposed platform version
The recommended version required for the upgrade. This column is blank for federated units.
Proposed platform description
The description of the required upgrade. This column is blank for federated units.
Up to date
No platform upgrade is necessary.
Optional
The platform upgrade is not urgent.
Recommended
The platform upgrade is recommended.
Security vulnerability
The platform upgrade fixes a security vulnerability issue and is highly recommended.
NOTE: This information is only available if Genetec™ Update Service is running.
Password
Password shown as a series of '*'.

If you have the View/export unit passwords privilege, click to show the password.

Right click the Password column to copy your password to the clipboard.

Last successful password update
Time of the last password update.
Last password change result
Indicates whether or not the password change was successful.
Parent
The direct parent of the interface module or downstream panels. If the direct parent is the access control unit, only the Parent unit column is filled.
Parent unit
The parent access control unit.
Secure mode
(HID units only) Indicates whether secure mode is enabled or disabled.
Custom fields
Predefined custom fields for the entity. The columns only appear if custom fields are defined for the entity and were made visible to you when they were created or last configured.