2 Guide Contents Dear Milestone Customer, With the purchase of Milestone XProtect Central you have chosen a very powerful central monitoring solution, providing instant overview of any number of Milestone XProtect Corporate, XProtect Enterprise or XProtect Professional installations throughout your organization whether near or far. This Getting Started Guide is aimed at system administrators only. It briefly explains the steps involved in installing Milestone XProtect Central (hereafter simply referred to as Central) as well as how to configure some of its key features. For more detailed descriptions, please refer to the manuals available on the Central software DVD as well as on When installed, Central furthermore features a comprehensive help system. Please check for updates to make sure you install the most recent version of our software. Guide Contents Install the Central Server... 2 Install and Log In to the Central Client... 4 Structure of the Central Client Window... 5 Obtain Central License Key... 6 Specify Central License Key in Central Client... 7 Define Servers... 7 Define Users & Roles... 9 Define Alarms Define Maps Ready for Use Built-in Help System
3 Install the Central Server Central is client/server-based. The Central Server receives event and status information from your surveillance system installations, and presents it for operators connected through Central Clients. Begin by installing the Central Server. Once installed, the Central Server will run in the background. You then install a Central Client and perform the remaining configuration through the Central Client. Prerequisites Read the License Terms on the Product License Sheet (enclosed with the Central software DVD) before installing any part of Central. Make sure IIS (Internet Information Services) is installed on the computer on which Central Server will be installed. Make sure.net 3.5 Framework SP1 is installed on the computer on which the Central Server will be installed. If you are going to use your Central solution for connecting to XProtect Enterprise surveillance systems, it is highly recommended that you use XProtect Enterprise version 5.6c or later. If you are going to use your Central solution for connecting to XProtect Professional surveillance systems, it is highly recommended that you use XProtect Professional version 6.5b or later. Installing the Central Server on a computer Running Microsoft Windows Vista A special procedure applies for installation on a Microsoft Windows Vista computer; please refer to the Central Administrator s Manual. If Upgrading from XProtect Central Version 3.5 If you are upgrading from Central version 3.5, you can reuse your existing database of alarms. You will thus be able to view, and work with, alarms from Central 3.5 in Central 3.7, provided you note the following: 2
4 When you remove the Central 3.5 server software, make sure you do not remove the Microsoft SQL Server Desktop Engine used as the database in Central 3.5. Then, when you install Central 3.7, new fields will be added to the database, allowing its content to be used with Central 3.7. Your configuration from Central 3.5 will then work in Central 3.7 too. Installation Procedure 1. Insert the Central software DVD. On the DVD, click the Central Server installation link. After a short while, the Milestone XProtect Central Server Setup window will open. If you are installing a version downloaded from the internet, run the CentralServerInstaller.exe file from the location you have saved it to. Read the license terms, then click the Agree button. 2. Specify information in the following fields: Software License Code (SLC): Type your Software License Code; it is printed on the Product License Sheet enclosed with your Central software DVD. Database password for : Optional. If required, specify a password to be used when accessing Central s database. Database location: Optional. Select a location for the database, or simply leave the field blank to use Central s default location. Server Web Site (IIS defined): Specify required server web site. If no special site/port is required, simply select Default Web Site, port=80. When ready, click the Install button. 3. On the following installation steps, Microsoft SQL Server Desktop Engine, Milestone XProtect Central Server and Milestone XProtect Central Internet Information Service (IIS) will automatically be installed. Wizard windows may occasionally prompt you to select installation folders. 4. When the installation process is complete; click the Close button. 3
5 Install and Log In to the Central Client 1. Insert the Central software DVD. On the DVD, click the Central Client installation link. After a short while, the Milestone XProtect Central Client Setup Wizard will open. If you are installing a version downloaded from the internet, run the CentralClientInstaller.exe file from the location you have saved it to. 2. On the wizard s first page, click Next and follow the installation wizard. 3. Once the Central Client is installed, you are able to log in. Double-click the Central Client shortcut on your desktop, or select Milestone XProtect Central Client from Windows Start menu. 4. In the login window s Connect To field, type or select the name or IP address of the Central Server. The server name or IP address may include a port number (example: :80). Tip: If you want to avoid having to type or select the name/ip address of the server the next time you log in, select the Connect automatically box. If you wish to be able to select between several servers, however, do not select the Connect automatically box. Click OK to log in with your active Windows account. If you wish to log in with a different Windows account, click the login window s Options >> button, and specify the required user name, password and domain, then click OK. 5. The Milestone XProtect Central Client window opens, allowing you to configure your Central solution. 4
6 Structure of the Central Client Window The Central Client window is divided into four main sections (most of which will be empty until you have configured your Central solution): Alarm Overview Section When defined events are detected on defined surveillance systems, alarm information will appear in the Central Client s Alarm Overview section. From the Alarm Overview section, operators are able to view further information about individual alarms, including recordings of incidents. Operators are also able to sort and filter alarms, change the state of alarms (for example from New to Resolved), assign alarms to other users, etc. Navigation Section The Navigation section s content depends upon user rights: System administrators use the Navigation section for configuring a wide range of Central features. Users with nonadministrator roles primarily use the Navigation section for an overview of available servers, cameras and other devices. Map Section The Map section is used for displaying visual representations, such as street plans, building plans, photographs, etc. Indicators representing servers, cameras, etc. can easily be placed on maps, allowing operators to quickly pair alarms with the exact physical locations of your surveillance system installations. The indicators will change color according to the operational state of servers/devices. Indicators will also show if 5
7 new alarms are present. The Map section is thus an important visually oriented supplement to the Alarm Overview list. You are able to use any number of maps, and place them in any number of hierarchies according to your needs. Information Section The Information section features three tabs: The first two tabs let operators view detailed information about a selected server or a selected device (e.g. a camera); the third tab displays preview thumbnail images from the latest alarms. Simplifying the Client User Interface If required, administrators are able to simplify the Central Client user interface. This can occasionally be relevant, for example if certain operators only use their Clients for simple verification purposes, see the Central Administrator s Manual. Obtain Central License Key You must obtain a Central license key from Milestone before you can configure your Central solution. The Central license key determines the number of surveillance servers you are able to include in your Central solution. 1. Go to the Milestone website at click the Login link, select Software Registration, and log in to the online registration system. If you do not have a login, click the New To The System? link, and follow the instructions. When ready, log in using the registered address and password. 2. If you have not yet registered your SLC (Software License Code; listed on your Product License Sheet), do so by clicking the Add SLC link and completing the SLC registration steps before proceeding. When ready, click the link representing the SLC. 3. Click the Add new MAC link and specify the MAC address of the computer running the Central Server. 6
8 The MAC address is a 12 digit hexadecimal (example: AF). Tip: To find the MAC address of a Windows XP computer, click Start, select Run, then type cmd in the text box and click OK. In the command prompt window, type ipconfig/all and press ENTER. The 12- digit Physical Address is the computer s MAC address. 4. Click Submit. The computer is added to the list of devices under the SLC in question. 5. Click the Go to SLC details link. 6. Click the Get License Keys by link to have the Central license key ed to you. Alternatively, simply copy the Central license key from the table s License Key column. Specify Central License Key in Central Client 1. Go to the Central Client window s Navigation section, expand the Settings entry, right-click License Registration, and select Edit License Registration... This will open the License Registration dialog: The Server MAC address and Software license key fields will be pre-filled. 2. In the Central license key field, type/paste your Central license key. 3. Click OK. Define Servers Next, define each XProtect Corporate, XProtect Enterprise or XProtect Professional server you want to include in your Central solution. When you define a server, information about cameras and other devices connected to the server (including I/O devices, manually triggered events, VMD events, generic events, and custom events) automatically becomes available in Central. 7
9 1. In the Central Client s Navigation section, right-click the Servers entry, and select New... This will open the Server Connection dialog. 2. In the Server address field, specify the required server s IP address or hostname. In the Server type field, select whether the server is an XProtect Enterprise (incl. XProtect Professional) or an XProtect Corporate server. 3. In the Authentication: Central / Status API section, specify the Port, User name and Password to be used for communication between the server and Central. If connecting to an XProtect Enterprise or XProtect Professional server: The information in the fields Port (default port number is 1237), User name, and Password must match exactly what has been specified in XProtect Enterprise s or XProtect Professional s Management/Administrator application. Tip: If in doubt about how to verify this, see the Central Administrator s Manual. If connecting to an XProtect Corporate server: Default port number is 80. Fill in the User name and Password fields as follows: If you have administrator rights on the XProtect Corporate Management Server in question, type the user name and password you normally use when logging in to the XProtect Corporate Management Server. If you do not have administrator rights on the server in question, contact the server s administrator for the user name and password of a user who has either administrator rights or a role with Application Security Rights to use the Status API. 4. Relevant only if connecting to an XProtect Enterprise or XProtect Professional server: A connection to the XProtect Enterprise/XProtect Professional server s Image Server service is required in order to view recorded and live video as well as still images in Central. In the Authentication: Image Server section, specify Port, User name, and Password. 8
10 Default port number is 80. The user name and password must belong to a real or pseudo user account which has been defined through XProtect Enterprise/XProtect Professional. The account in question must have access to all cameras on the required server. Note that if XProtect Enterprise/XProtect Professional will be accessed from the internet via a router or firewall, Internet Access (in older versions called Outside Access) must be enabled in XProtect Enterprise/XProtect Professional. 5. Optional: If wishing to log all registered events on the server in a log file stored on the Central Server, select Enabled in the Event logging section. Event logging allows you to see which events are generated on the server, and hence which events may be relevant to use for triggering alarms in Central. 6. When ready, click the Save button to save the server definition. Your server definition will now be listed in the Central Client s Navigation section. Later you will be able to drag indicators representing the server, its cameras, etc. from the Navigation section s list onto maps in the Central Client s Map section. Repeat steps 1-6 if more servers are required. Tip: Central is able to handle master/slave setups as well. See the Central Administrator s Manual on the Central software DVD for more information. Define Users & Roles Now define Central users and their roles. Roles determine the users rights. Central users are primarily imported from Active Directory; a distributed directory service included with several Windows Server operating systems. Importing users from Active Directory means that you do not have to create any user accounts or user authentication all anew in Central. Active Directory also allows you to import groups of users in one go; see the Central Administrator s Manual. 9
11 If your organization does not use Active Directory service, you are of course still able to import users into Central; see the Central Administrator s Manual for information. Import Users To import users from Active Directory, do the following: In the Central Client s Navigation section, expand the User Configuration entry and right-click Users. 2. Select Import from Active Directory... This will open the Import Users and Groups dialog. 3. Click the Add button to open the Select Users or Groups dialog. 4. Verify that the required domain is specified in the From this location field. If not, click the Locations... button to browse for the required domain. 5. In the Enter the object names to select box, type the required user names. Use the Check Names feature to verify that the names you have entered are recognized by Active Directory. 6. Click OK. You are returned to the Import Users and Groups dialog, in which the required users will now be listed. 7. Click OK. The required users will be imported into Central. Upon import, the names of the imported users will be added under Users in the Central Client s Navigation section. Create Roles As the administrator configuring Central, you are logged in with Central s default administrator role, called admin. This role gives you access to the full set of features, including the ability to create other roles on Central, for example for security staff and other operators. Users with such other roles will not have access to any of the configuration features reserved for the admin role. Note that users who have local administrator rights on the computer on which the Central Server is installed will always be able to use Central with the rights of the administrator role.
12 1. In the Central Client s Navigation section, select User Configuration, right-click Roles and select New... This will open the Role Definition dialog. 2. Specify a name for the new role in the Role name field. 3. In the dialog s Function access section, select the Central Client features to which users with the new role should have access: Alarm management: The right to manage alarms, i.e. detected events Operational acknowledgement: The right to acknowledge and temporarily snooze operational status information View video: The right to view recorded video, live video and single preview images Multiple alarm change: Requires that Alarm management is also selected. The right to change the state of multiple selected alarms simultaneously. Bookmark management: Requires that Alarm management is also selected. The right to manage bookmarks (selected individual images from exact times within a video sequence). 4. In the dialog s Camera access section, specify the cameras and any other devices to which users with the new role should have access. 5. Relevant only if plugins are used for connecting Central to third-party systems: If plugins are used on your system, the Role Definition dialog will contain an extra section called Other device access. From this section, you are able to select third party systems to which users with the role should have access. 6. When ready, click the Save button to save the new role definition. Repeat if more roles are required. Add Users to Roles 11
13 12 1. In the Central Client s Navigation section, select User Configuration, then Users. 2. Right-click the required user name, select Add user to role, then select the required role. Define Alarms When specific events are detected on one of the defined surveillance system servers, they will trigger alarms in Central. You must now create so-called alarm definitions, which will determine which events should trigger which alarms. By default, your alarm definitions will always be enabled, i.e. they will be active all the time. If you require some or all of your alarm definitions to be enabled at certain times only, right-click Alarm time profiles in the Client s Navigation section, and define the required periods of time before you complete the steps below. 1. In the Central Client s Navigation section, right-click Alarm definitions, then select New Alarm... This will open the Alarm Definition dialog. 2. Type a name for the alarm in the Name field. 3. Optionally, type a description text in the Description field. Description texts can be used to include a list of actions which operators must complete if the alarm occurs. 4. In the Event message list, select the event which should be used to trigger the alarm. Tip: Among the options on the list you will see External Event. This represents any event not directly related to a camera or server, for example input from buttons, sensors, etc. Note: Some events will only work with particular surveillance systems (e.g. XProtect Corporate). 5. In the Sources list, select which servers, cameras or other devices the event should originate from in order to trigger the alarm. Your options depend upon which type of event you have selected in the Event message list. Examples:
14 If your alarm is based on an event like Server Not Responding, only servers will be available for selection in the Sources list. You can either select individual servers, or all servers in one go (by selecting the All servers box). If your alarm is based on a camera-related event like Motion Detected, cameras become selectable. You can select individual cameras under a specific server, select all cameras under a server in one go (by selecting the All sources box under the required server), or even select all cameras under all servers in one go (by selecting the All cameras box). If your alarm is based on an event like External Event (i.e. on input from buttons, sensors, external data streams, etc.), inputs defined on the servers become selectable. You can select individual inputs or some/all inputs in one go. 6. Optionally, select one or more cameras in the Related cameras list. The Related cameras list allows you to select cameras for inclusion in the alarm definition even though they are not themselves triggering the alarm. This can be relevant, for example, if you have selected an external event (such as a door detector registering that a door is being opened) as the Source for your alarm. By defining one or more cameras located near the door as Related cameras, you are able to include the cameras recordings of the door area in the alarm. Also, if the camera triggering the alarm is unable to provide images, the alarm will use images from the devices specified in Related cameras. 7. In the Enabled section, select when the alarm should be enabled for triggering in Central. If you have defined one or more time profiles, they will be selectable from the list; otherwise select Always. 8. In the Alarm priority list, select a priority for the alarm. Priorities can be used for sorting purposes. 13
15 9. In the Owner list, select whether a particular user should be responsible for the alarm, or whether it should be shared by all users. Note that because user access rights may vary, users in the list may vary depending on your selection in the Sources list. 10. The Actions section in the lower part of the window lets you define a number of optional actions: Trigger an event: Lets you select if one or more surveillance system events should be triggered by the alarm. Auto close alarm on: Lets you select if the alarm should automatically switch to Closed state upon a particular event. This is possible for alarms triggered by some (but not all) events. For example, if your alarm is triggered by a Not Responding camera, the alarm can be closed automatically when the camera is Responding. Video destination: If video destinations (settings related to integration of alarms with Milestone XProtect Matrix; see more in the Central Administrator s Manual) have been defined, you are able to select a destination to which live video will automatically be sent when the alarm occurs. You can only select a video destination if you have defined one or more cameras among the alarm s Sources and/or Related cameras. Start video viewing: Lets you control how recorded video of incidents will be presented to users. By specifying a number of seconds in the field, you can make the displayed video sequence start a number of seconds before the triggering event took place. This allows operators and other personnel to also view what took place prior to an alarm. Use of this feature requires that recorded video from before the event will actually be available, for example because the required camera always records, or because pre-buffering is used for the camera in question. 14
16 Viewing image quality: Determines the quality of video played back in connection with the alarm definition in question, but also affects bandwidth usage. If the Central Client is used over the internet, over a slow network connection, or if for other reasons you need to limit bandwidth use, image quality can be reduced on the server side by selecting e.g. Low or Medium. Viewing frame rate: Lets you select a frame rate for video played back in connection with the alarm definition in question. 11. When ready, click OK to save your alarm definition. Repeat for each required alarm definition. Define Maps Maps are the visual representations of your surveillance system installations, displayed in the Central Client s Map section. Map information is stored on the Central Server, and is thus accessible by all Central Clients. Load Map Background Images Before you can use a background image, such as a building plan or a photograph, in a map, the background image must be loaded onto the Central Server: 1. In the Central Client s Navigation section, right-click Maps, then select Edit Map Settings... This will open the Map Settings dialog. 2. Click the dialog s Load New... button. Locate and select the required background image, then click the Open button. This will load the background image onto the server. Repeat if more background images are required. Define a New Map 1. In the Central Client s Navigation section, expand Maps, right-click the second-level map entry, then select New Map... This will open the Map Setup dialog. 15
17 2. Type a name for the new map in the Map name field. 3. Select a background to be used in the map. You can either use a simple background color or an imported background image. 4. Click the Save button. Your new map will appear in the Navigation section. Repeat if more maps are required. Place Indicators on Maps To place indicators representing servers, cameras, etc. on a map, select the required map in the Navigation section, make sure the Lock check box at the bottom of the Navigation section is cleared, then simply drag the required servers, cameras, etc. from the Navigation section onto the required map in the Map section. Indicators will change color according to the operational state of the devices they represent. Indicators will also show if new alarms are present on devices. For a complete overview of indicators, including their possible colors, animations, etc., see the Central Administrator s Manual. Ready for Use Although you are still able to define further settings, such as logging, etc. (see the Central Administrator s Manual), your Central solution is now essentially ready for use. Before you install Central Client software on operators computers and show operators how to log in, it is highly recommended that you create a backup copy of your configuration. Detailed descriptions of day-to-day use of the Central Client, including how to handle incoming alarms, are available in the Central Administrator s Manual as well as the operator-targeted Central User s Manual. Both manuals are available on the Central software DVD. 16
18 Built-in Help System When using the Central Client, simply press F1 on your keyboard to open its built-in help system. 17
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