In Security Desk, you can interact with your maps and the security devices that are represented on the maps using some standard commands, such as dragging your mouse to move the map, or clicking on the map objects. The shape of the mouse cursor indicates what action you can take.
|To do this||Map command|
|Move the map||Drag.|
|Zoom in and out||Rotate the mouse wheel upward (in) or downward
Double-click (in) or double-right-click (out).
|Span the map across all monitors||(Maps task only) In the Maps toolbar, click .|
|Switch to your default map||(Maps task only) In the Maps toolbar, click Default map.|
|Switch to a different map||Do one of the following:
To synchronize map positions, hold CTRL while switching maps. The new map opens at the same GPS location.
NOTE: The map must be a geographic map, or a map image that is georeferenced.
|Show information about any map object||Do one of the following:
|Find an entity on a map||Do one of the following:
|Show or hide information on a map||Do one of the following:
|Select a map object||Click the map object (only applies to Security
When applicable, this action also:
|Show the contextual menu of a map object||Right-click the map object (only applies to Security Center entity)|
|Configure an entity||Right-click the map object, and then click Configure entity to jump to the configuration page of the entity it represents.|
|Display map object in the Monitoring task||Double-click the map object (only applies to Security Center entity).|
|View multiple map objects in the Monitoring task (rectangle)||Click and drag while holding the ALT key to draw a rectangle around the map objects you want to display in the Monitoring task (only applies to Security Center entity).|
|Display all cameras that can see a specific location on the map in the Monitoring task (smart click)||Click the location of interest on the map while holding the SHIFT
NOTE: All cameras that can see the clicked location are displayed in the Monitoring task. PTZ cameras that support position feedback will automatically turn to the location you clicked, if they are not obstructed by walls.