Glossary for deister proxSafe - deister proxSafe 3.1

deister proxSafe Plugin Guide 3.1

Applies to
deister proxSafe 3.1
Last updated
2022-07-14
Content type
Guides > Plugin and extension guides
Language
English (United States)
Product
deister proxSafe
Version
3.1

add-on

An add-on is a software package that adds tasks, tools, or specific configuration settings to Security Center systems.

alarm

An alarm entity describes a particular type of trouble situation that requires immediate attention and how it can be handled in Security Center. For example, an alarm can indicate which entities (usually cameras and doors) best describe the situation, who must be notified, how it must be displayed to the user, and so on.

deister proxSafe

The deister proxSafe plugin integrates deister proxSafe key management systems into Security Center. You can use this plugin to manage proxSafe cardholders and assets in Security Center and monitor proxSafe events in Security Desk.

entity

Entities are the basic building blocks of Security Center. Everything that requires configuration is represented by an entity. An entity can represent a physical device, such as a camera or a door, or an abstract concept, such as an alarm, a schedule, a user, a role, a plugin, or an add-on.

event

An event indicates the occurrence of an activity or incident, such as access denied to a cardholder or motion detected on a camera. Events are automatically logged in Security Center. Every event has an entity as its main focus, called the event source.

event-to-action

An event-to-action links an action to an event. For example, you can configure Security Center to trigger an alarm when a door is forced open.

expansion server

An expansion server is any server machine in a Security Center system that does not host the Directory role. The purpose of the expansion server is to add to the processing power of the system.

Maps

The Maps task is an operation task that heightens your situational awareness by providing the context of a map to your security monitoring and control activities.

plugin

A plugin (in lowercase) is a software component that adds a specific feature to an existing program. Depending on the context, plugin can refer either to the software component itself or to the software package used to install the software component.

Plugin

Plugin (with an uppercase, in singular) is the role template that serves to create specific plugin roles.

plugin role

A plugin role adds optional features to Security Center. A plugin role is created by using the Plugin role template. By default, it is represented by an orange puzzle piece in the Roles view of the System task. Before you can create a plugin role, the software package specific to that role must be installed on your system.

Plugins

The Plugins task is an administration task that you can use to configure plugin-specific roles and related entities.

proxSafe Asset Management

The proxSafe Asset Management task is an operation task in Config Tool. You can use this task to manage deister proxSafe assets and asset groups.

proxSafe Asset Inventory Report

The proxSafe Asset Inventory Report task is an operation task in Security Desk. You can use this task to view a list of all deister proxSafe assets that are part of your system, and view information about an asset, such as an asset's associated locker, whether the asset is currently in the locker, or when the asset is scheduled to be returned.

proxSafe Asset Release

The proxSafe Asset Release task is an operation task in Security Desk. You can use this task to manually release deister proxSafe assets to cardholders.

proxSafe Event Report

The proxSafe Event Report report is an investigation task in Security Desk. You use it to investigate events that occurred at deister proxSafe lockers.

role

A role is a software component that performs a specific job within Security Center. To execute a role, you must assign one or more servers to host it.

Service Release

A Service Release (SR) is a standalone release that includes minor functionality improvements, bug fixes, and the integration of new hardware, intrusion devices, and plugins.

Service Release (SR)

Acronym: SR