1 Palm and Finger Vein Scanners Finger and Palm Vein Readers work with ACS CheckPoint and ACS Headmaster Desktop and OnDemand. Models available for purchase Finger Vein Reader Palm Vein Reader Some organizations have replaced barcode scanners with vein scanners. Instead of scanning a key fob, members scan the veins of their palm or finger (depending on the scanner style) when they check in, creating a numeric code based on location of certain biometric points within their palm/finger. Because vein patterns exist inside the body, it is practically impossible to recreate someone's biometric template. By connecting palm/finger vein scanning devices to check-in stations instead, of barcode scanners, and entering the vein ID in place of the individual s bar code, you can use palm and finger scanners instead of barcode scanners. Scanners convert the vein locations in a person s palm/finger into a numeric code. Keep in mind, while this method is the most secure, it might take a while to create everyone s numeric profile. ACS recommends visiting our palm scanner page to learn more about the options available to your organization. Bio Snap-On is a complete palm/finger vein recognition system that can be instantly integrated with any third party software package. It can be used to complement or replace any external barcode or magnetic stripe device with biometric identification. The vein scanning systems work by using both hardware and software in conjunction with ACS People, Checkpoint, OnDemand and HeadMaster v10.0. To learn more about the hardware and software requirements, click the links below. Getting Started with Scanners Use the checklist below to install, set up, and begin using your palm/finger vein scanners. Install required hardware Setup and install scanners Register individuals Configure Checkpoint setup
2 Troubleshooting Other scanners set up on my system are affecting the performance of the M2-FV Finger Vein Reader. Match the driver for the M2-FV Finger Vein Reader to the drivers already installed. If you are running Windows 7 with a 1.6 Client Driver (Legacy), you will need to install an updated driver from Hitachi. Contact support to access the driver. Do not install the server a second time. Only the client installation is necessary on second computers, however, you will be required to configure the server path. I have a 64-bit operating system. The Palm Vein Scanner is compatible with a 64-bit operating system, if you use the hybrid software. The Finger vein scanner is currently only compatible with 32-bit operating systems. However, we hope to offer a 64-bit finger vein scanner in mid/late September. I'm using a Mac Currently the M2SYS Palm Scanners and Finger Vein Scanners are not compatible with a Mac operating system. Required Hardware Using biometric scanners is a great way to heighten security at your events that requires little in terms of additional hardware. See the list below to learn more about the hardware requirements to set up palm/finger vein scanning at your organization. Your computer system should meet the current ACS System Requirements. You must have the M2-FV Finger Vein Reader or the M2-PalmVein scanner. In the Starter Package, you'll get: One Server SmartLock USB Drive - This server-specific blue USB Drive comes packaged with your M2-FV Finger Vein Reader/M2-PalmVein scanner and
3 provides the login information necessary to implement the program. If you do not have the USB drive, contact support at One Workstation SmartLock USB Drive - This interchangeable, green USB Drive comes packaged with your M2-FV Finger Vein Reader/M2-PalmVein scanner and provides the login information necessary to implement the program. This USB drive is only necessary if the Server is not used as a scanning station. If you do not have the USB drive, contact support at One palm/finger vein scanner. In the Additional Units package, you'll get: One Workstation SmartLock USB Drive - This interchangeable, green USB Drive comes packaged with your M2-FV Finger Vein Reader/M2-PalmVein scanner and provides the login information necessary to implement the program. This SmartLock USB Drive is necessary to connect to a server and for setting up multiple scanning stations. If you do not have the USB drive, contact support at One palm/finger vein scanner. Tip Scanners must be connected to the same local area network (LAN) if they are to share an image database. Scanner Setup and Installation The Bio Snap-On software consists of two components (both components must be installed for the system to function): Bio Plug-in Palm/Finger Vein Server This is where the scan comparisons are performed and database is stored. Bio Snap-On Client This is where the snap-on interaction between Bio Snap-On and your destination application can be configured via IP address. You will also use the client to enroll an individual's palm or finger. Once enrolled, the individual can thereafter identify themselves by scanning their palm or finger. In a standalone environment, the Workstation and Server are installed on the same computer. In a network environment, the Server is installed on a central computer which handles requests from multiple Workstation computers. The Workstation is installed on each computer where a Biometric Device (FingerVein or PalmVein Reader) will be used. Accessing the Installation files The installation disks are included in your Starter package. However, if your Biometric device did not come with installation disks, or you've misplaced the disks, please use the links below to download the latest BioPlugin Hybrid Server and BioSnapOn Hybrid Client. Warning Do not connect the scanner to the computer until you are prompted to do so during the BioSnapOn Hybrid Client installation.
4 BioPlugin Server 7.5 BioSnapOn Client 7.5 The password required for both is: m2hybr1d Installing the Server Warning When prompted to Stop or Continue installation of the Client, click Continue. Although the installation is not Windows Logo certified, it is fully functional and virus free. If you are using a version of Windows with User Account Control (UAC), it must be disabled prior to installation. To install the server 1. Insert the Bio-SnapOn Hybrid Software CD into your disk drive and run the BioPlugin Hybrid Server Installation MSI file. 2. Click Next through the first two dialog windows. 3. Read and accept the License Agreement, then click Next. 4. Create a Username and enter your organization's name. Click Next. 5. Change the installation folder if the default location is not appropriate for your organization. 6. Review the installation settings, then click Install. 7. Click Finish, then select Yes when prompted to restart your computer. 8. After restarting, insert the blue SmartLock USB drive into an available USB port. The SmartLock must remain in the USB port for the Biometric Software and device to function correctly. 9. On your Windows Start Menu, go to the Control Panel and select M2SYS BioPlugin Server. Tip In Windows Vista, 7, or Server 2008, the view must be set to use Small or Large Icons in order for the M2SYS BioPlugIn Server to be visible. However, you can still find it Category view by using the Search option. 10. On the BioPlugIn Server Preference window, select the License tab. 11. In the USB SmartLock pane, verify the USB SmartLock status is Connected. 12. Click OK.
5 13. Click Yes to confirm settings changes. 14. In Computer Management, navigate to Services and Applications, then select Service. 15. Select M2SYS BioPlugin Server, then Stop to stop the service and Start to restart the service.
6 Installing the Client Warning If you are using a version of Windows with User Account Control (UAC), it must be disabled prior to installation. To install the client 1. Insert the Bio-Snapon Hybrid Software CD in your disk drive and run the BioSnapOn Hybrid Client installation PVx64 MSI file for 64 bit operating systems and M2SYS BiosnapOn Hybrid Client MSI for 32 bit operating systems. 2. Click Next to proceed through the next two dialog windows. 3. Read and accept the License Agreement, then click Next. 4. Create a Username and enter your organization's name, then click Next. 5. If the default location is not appropriate for your organization, change the installation folder. 6. Review the installation settings, then click Install. 7. Windows XP users: When the Software Installation window displays, click Continue Anyway.
7 Windows Vista and higher users: When the Windows Security window displays, click Install this driver software anyway, and then click Install. 8. To begin the Digital Persona one Touch installation, click Finish from the InstallShield wizard. 9. When prompted, connect the biometric scanner to your computer. Windows XP users: Do not click OK until the installation is complete.
8 10. Windows XP users: Follow the prompts in the Found New Hardware wizard to install the scanner. 11. Windows XP users: When the Hardware Installation window displays, click Continue Anyway. 12. Click Finish, then OK 13. Click Yes to restart your computer.
9 Setting up a Scanning Workstation To set up a scanning workstation Tip If the Fingerprint/Biometric Scan window does not automatically open when you restart the computer: On your Start Menu, go to All Programs > M2SYS BioSnapOn Client > M2SYS BioSnapOn. Once the workstation restarts, workstation icon will display in the system tray. 1. On the Fingerprint/Biometric Admin window, click Settings. 2. Enter the case-sensitive password: admin. Click OK. 3. On the General tab, o If the server is installed on a different computer than the client, in the Fingerprint/Biometric Server Address field, enter the server computer's Name or IP address. o If the client and server are installed on the same computer, in the Fingerprint/Biometric Server Address field, enter localhost. o Set the port to 1200
10 o In the Identifier Type field, enter Barcode. 4. On the Startup tab, under Program Startup, select Load BioPlugIn Snap-On Adapter automatically when Windows starts and For all Windows Users.
11 5. On the Destination Windows tab, right-click in the Keystroke Destinations pane, select Add New, enter your ACS module/product name (for example, Checkpoint or HeadMaster) and click OK. 6. Under Send Keystrokes to, select Send to all matching destination windows.
12 7. Click Apply, and then click OK. Register Individuals Before you can implement a biometric scanner program, you need to register the vein scans for each user in your organization, so that the scanner will recognize them as they are scanned at events in the future. Tip It's helpful to begin this process with the Listing of Names, Barcodes, Pager #s, and Notes reports from ACS Checkpoint or the Parent Barcode, Student Barcode, and Teacher Barcode reports from HeadMaster nearby.
13 To register individuals using a finger vein scanner 1. Select Fingerprint Admin. 2. In the Administrator Password field, enter the case-sensitive password admin and click OK. 3. In the Barcode field, enter the individual s Barcode Number, and then select Register a New Print.
14 4. Select the finger to be scanned, then select Click here to capture finger vein. 5. Insert the appropriate finger. 6. Upon a successful finger scan, click Register. 7. Click OK.
15 To register individuals using a palm vein scanner 1. Select Biometric Admin. 2. In the Administrator Password field, enter the case-sensitive password admin and click OK. 3. In the Barcode field, enter the individual s Barcode Number, and then select Register New Biometric Data.
16 4. Click the hand to begin scanning. 5. Follow the prompts to scan the palm three times. 6. Click Register.
17 7. Click OK. Configure Checkpoint Setup Before you can use the scanner in Checkpoint, you will need to make adjustments to your settings in Checkpoint Setup in Check In/Out Defaults section.
18 To configure Checkpoint Setup 1. Under Check In/Out Locate Options, select By scanning a Barcode, to show all results included in the Family List, and Only Return the scanned individual, to display results only for the individual scanned. 2. Click OK. For more information about the setup and use of Checkpoint, please reference Setting Up Checkpoint.
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