What does "Delete Download older than xx/xx/xxx" event means
The "Delete Downloads" events, is standard system operation deleting older downloads that was not downloaded to the access control panels. on normal mode you should see "0" rows deleted if you see other number this can point to communication issue with the access control panel and may lead to sync issues between AxTraxNG server and access control panel.
AxTraxNG not logging some event
By default AxTraxNG and Rosslare access control panels filter events such REX input open\close and Door output open\close to reduce the number of events to be stored while the access control panel is offline. To log those events, go to the panel ...
How to set up Email Notification on AxTraxNG
AxTraxNG support email notification using SMTP account for cases like event notification and reports, to set email notification please follow the steps in this article. Setting SMTP account: In AxTraxNG server monitor Go to Option Section: Set the ...
AxTraxNG client fails to capture a user image using webcam
This Technical Note only applies to AxTraxNG version 126.96.36.199 Summary Recently a few cases have been reported that trying to capture a user image fails with an error The Solution A patch that includes a new Client.exe file and additional required ...
AxTraxNG and log4j vulnerability CVE-2021-45046
On Dec. 9, 2021, a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability in Apache log4j 2 was identified being exploited in the wild. Public proof of concept (PoC) code was released and subsequent investigation revealed that exploitation was incredibly easy to ...
How To Backup And restore AxTraxNG database
Backup Database: To Backup AxTraxNG Database please follow those steps: Go to Tools, Database: From the dropdown menu, Select "Backup Now" Browse to the Folder you like the backup to be stored - Recommend to keep the default folder as shown above to ...
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