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SecurePC Questions
 

 

  1. What is SecurePC? 

  2. What hard drives will work with SecurePC?

  3. What PCI Type NIC and modems cards will work with SecurePC?

  4. What Peripherals can SecurePC Control?

  5. What operating systems will work with SecurePC?

  6. How many peripherals can SecurePC control?

  7. Can SecurePC control Eight hard drives with OS;'s on One computer?

  8. What hard drive jumper setting do you recommend?

  9. What should I check before setting my drive jumper setting?

  10. How do I know if I have the proper IDE cable?

  11. Will all hard drives work together in a master / slave setup on the same IDE cable?  

  12. What power supply will ZignX work with?

  13. Will a RAID system work with SecurePC?

  14. Can SecurePC control USB products?

  15. What languages can the ZignX control box menu be viewed in?

  16. What should my bios be set to?

  17. Can SecurePC detect  a network cable removal violation?

  18. Does SecurePC have an intruder alert for tower break in?

  19. What will SecurePC's 1st requirement be when starting up for the 1st time?

  20. Can I reset SecurePC if I mess up or forget my Superuser password?

  21. What management information is stored in ZignX hardware circuitry?

  22. How does the Superuser link ZignX to ZignX software setup program?

  23. What time Clock setting will ZignX run on?

  24. Can ZignX be set to run without the requirement of a pin code?

  25. How many digits can a profile user have in their pin code?

  26. How does SecurePC protect against pin code tampering

  27. What optional pin-code policy can the Superuser place on the profile user?

  28. What is a profile?

  29. What options does the Superuser have when setting up SecurePC profiles?

  30. What is the difference between a Superuser and profile user?

  31. How do I save a profile (configuration) to the SecurePC unit?

  32. How many profiles users can be authorized to use the same computer?

  33. What is the best provided method to use when setting up profiles with SecurePC?

  34. What is the best provided method to use when setting up profiles with SecurePC?

  35. How many different profiles can the SecurePC unit manage?

  36. What level of control does the “Superuser” have?

  37. What is a domain?

  38. What is a Smart Card?

  39. How many profiles can a Smart-Card have access to?

  40. What level of control does a "Smart-Card" give to a profile user?

  41. What will happen if I remove my "Smart-Card" while my PC is on?

  42. How many domains can be written onto a Smart-Card?

  43. How do I save a profile so it can be accessed by a "Smart-Card"?

  44. Can SecurePC be set to run without the requirement of a Smart-Card?

  45. What is the difference between writing to a Smart-Card vs. writing to ZignX unit?

  46. What is the difference between time setting for the ZignX unit vs. time setting for the Smart-Card?

  47. Who can read the rights that are written on the Smart-Card?

  48. Why can't I use another SecurePC unit to read what's on a "Smart Card"?

  49. Will the Smart Card user have to change password upon first profile use?

  50. What operating systems will support hibernating?

  51. What is OS hibernating?

  52. How do you setup OS hibernating shut downs?

  53. Does SecurePC record logging IN and OUT data?

  54. What log information does SecurePC record?

  55. Who can retrieve Log In and Out information recorded onto SecurePC?

  56. Is SecurePC log recording data tamper proof?

  57. Can the SecurePC run without the serial cable attached J302 outlet?

  58. Does SecurePC package come with ZignX network cards?

  59. What are the shutdown procedures for SecurePC computers?

  60. Can SecurePC synchronize with the time clock setting on the computer OS?

  61. Can the Superuser use the pin-code recorded in the profile menu?

  62. What options are available on ZignX screen menu view for Superuser and Profile User?

 

 
 

Answers

 


1. What is SecurePC? 

The SecurePC system controls access to the computer’s drives, keyboard, modems and various peripheral devices.  One of the key components is the ZignX control box (as seen on the computer picture.  This box in conjunction with software and hardware combine with the SecurePC system for overall access control.

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2. What hard drives will work with SecurePC?

SCSI, Serial ATA, IDE UDMA 33/66/100/133 hard drives.

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3. What PCI Type NIC and modems cards will work with SecurePC?

All  PCI type NIC and modem cards will work with SecurePC, but if you want SecurePC to control these peripherals, you will have to purchase the ZignX brand card.  Our network card is 10/100.

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4. What Peripherals can SecurePC Control?

SecurePC will control floppy drives, IDE / SCSI / ROM's , and ZignX brand PCI type NIC and modem cards.

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5. What operating systems will work with SecurePC?

SecurePC can be used with any Windows operating system, however the Zignx control box is independent of the OS.

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6. How many peripherals can SecurePC control?  

SecurePC can control up to ten computer peripherals.  

  1. Two of the ten devices are limited to NIC or modem cards

  2.  Eight of the ten devices can be CD ROM's, HDD's, Zip or Imation drives.

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7.              7. Can SecurePC control Eight hard drives with OS;'s on One computer?

Yes SecurePC is capable of controlling Eight hard drives with Eight operating systems.

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8. What hard drive jumper setting do you recommend?  

There is no absolute jumper setting that will work for all devices when run together because there are so many different manufactures of peripherals brands in the computer world.  We recommend you follow the chart below and apply one of the 4 options below for getting drive detection.

Setup

Drive 1

Drive 2

Option 1

Cable Select

Cable Select

Option 2

Master

Slave

Option 3

Master

Cable Select

Option 4

Cable Select

Slave

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9. What should I check before setting my drive jumper setting?  

All available jumper settings for your peripheral.  Insure your jumper pin has a metal contact inside of the plastic casing, and that it has a tight contact fit between drive pins.  If your drive doesn't have a picture diagram on the face of it, you can go to the manufactures website and download or view the drive jumper settings.

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10. How do I know if I have the proper IDE cable?

IDE Hard drives that are ATA/66/100/133 are 40 pin 80 conductor cables.  Connecting this cable properly will insure correct IDE hard drive detection between the motherboard and hard drive.  IDE cables are color coded for this purpose.  The blue plastic head should connect to the motherboard, the gray plastic head should connect to the slave hard drive, and the black plastic head should connect to the master hard drive.  Note:  Yes you can use these cables with CD ROM's, etc.

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11. Will all hard drives work together in a master / slave setup on the same IDE cable?  

No. The reason can be any number of things (brand, generation, OS, etc).  If you run into a dual drive incompatibility issue when 2 drives are on the same IDE cable, we recommend you view answers 7 & 8, or pair up the drive with another drive on a different IDE cable.

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12. What power supply will ZignX work with?

ZignX unit works with the standard 20 pin ATX power cable connection.  We do have special cable adapters for proprietary 20 and 24 pin ATX  power cables. 

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13. Will a RAID system work with SecurePC?  

RAID systems can work with ZignX, but all peripherals and settings for RAID functions must be enabled within the profile setup.

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14. Can SecurePC control USB products?

Yes, but it would require a ZignX brand USB device.  Presently we are not making anymore USB devices because the USB control connection doesn't have enough market interest.

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15. What languages can the ZignX control box menu be viewed in?

The language menu consists of English and Danish, this option is found in the “Parameters menu”.

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16. What should my bios be set to?

Your Bios setting should  be set to auto.  Most of the Bios available today are automatically set to”Auto” by default, an example image is provided below.

HARD DISK

Type

Size

CYLS

Head

Landz

Sector

Mode

Primary Master

Auto

0

0

0

0

0

Auto

Primary Slave

Auto

0

0

0

0

0

Auto

Secondary Master

Auto

0

0

0

0

0

Auto

Secondary Slave

Auto

0

0

0

0

0

Auto

Set  “Halt on” to “All, but diskette/key”.

Set “PWR - Mode by PWR Button” to “Delay 4 sec / suspend”.

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17. Can SecurePC detect  a network cable removal violation?

Yes, by using ZignX NIC’s.  For example, if someone switches the network cable connected to 1 of the 2 ZignX NIC’s,  ZignX will break off the network communication.  To reactivate the network communication, the  “Superuser” will have to enter his or her password.  This security violation is also detectable when the computer is turned off or is in OS hibernation.

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18. Does SecurePC have an intruder alert for tower break in?

Yes, if you have an intruder alert device that connects to your tower.  Link this connection to J309 outlet pin 1 &  2 on your ZignX unit. 

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19. What will SecurePC's 1st requirement be when starting up for the 1st time?

On your  ZignX unit menu screen you will first be asked to enter the date and time.  Next, it will ask you to enter a "Superuser" pin code.  This pin code will have to be between 1 and 8 numbers.  This will complete your "Superuser" setup.

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20. Can I reset SecurePC if I mess up or forget my Superuser password?  

Yes, within the ZignX unit there is a reset button.  To access this button you will have to unscrew the lid on the ZignX frame:

  1. Turn the power off to the power supply.

  2. Hold down the reset button.

  3. Turn the power  supply on.

  4. Release the reset button; now begin again.    

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21. What management information is stored in ZignX hardware circuitry?

  1. The log data recordings for all computer users.

  2. The Superuser  pin code and profile.

  3. All the user profile configuration.

  4. ZignX Parameters.

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22. How does the Superuser link ZignX to ZignX software setup program?

The ZignX unit will require having J302 cable attach to J302 outlet:

  1. Link the included serial cable between the ZignX and MB serial ports on the towers rear housing.

  2. Superuser required log-in.

  3. Select button # 7 on the ZignX unit keypad.

  4. Open up the ZignX software program and proceed.

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23.   What time Clock setting will ZignX run on?

 

ZignX can run on a 12 hour time frame, or a 24 hour time frame clock.  The Superuser can set the clock preference from the keypad on the face of your ZignX unit or from the software "Parameters menu".

 

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24.         Can ZignX be set to run without the requirement of a pin code?

 

Yes, the Superuser can setup user profiles that do not require a Pin-code for computer access.  This is accomplished by not entering a pin-code in the "Profile menu" or "Smart Card menu".

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25.         How many digits can a profile user have in their pin code?

 

The Superuser can set a digit requirement between 1 and 8 numbers from the "Pin-code policy menu".  

 

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26.         How does SecurePC protect against pin code tampering?

 

When the profile user enters the wrong Pin-code, ZignX will wait 2 seconds before allowing another entry.  If the user enters the wrong Pin-code again, ZignX will double the wait time (4 Seconds).  If the user continually  enters the wrong Pin-codes , ZignX will keep doubling the wait time to one hour.  The Superuser will have to sign-in  ZignX unit to free up this security lock feature.

 

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27.         What optional pin-code policy can the Superuser place on the profile user?

 

The Superuser can set the "Pin-code policy menu"  whereby the profile user will have to change the pin-code after a certain amount of days have passed (between 1 & 255 days) or a requirement whereby so many days must pass before the profile user can change the pin-code again (between 1 and 255 days).   Another stipulation is the amount of digits required for a pin-code entry.  The range can be adjusted between 1 and 8 digits.  Note:  This password changing and control function is an optional setting for profile setup.

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28.         What is a profile?

 

A Profile can be defined as a single computer configuration consisting of the following:

 

1.      The peripherals that are selected in the "Profile menu" setup.

2.      The days and times that are setup for "Profile access".

3.      The security access requirements that are setup in the "Smart Card menu".

 

Note:  Security access requirements are controllable when creating  a profile setup.

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29.         What options does the Superuser have when setting up SecurePC profiles?

 

The Superuser can setup user profiles by using the keypad on the ZignX unit or using the included  ZignX software menu program. 

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30.         What is the difference between a Superuser and profile user?

 

The Superuser is the administrator who will setup all the user profile configurations.  The profile user is the one who will have access to what was pre-determined by the Superuser.

 

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31.         How do I save a profile (configuration) to the SecurePC unit?

 

On the ZignX software menu you will find a Write ZX tab key.  The tab key will allow you to write all the profile configurations onto your ZignX unit.  Note 1:  The information that is being saved to your ZignX unit is the definition of a profile configuration.

 

Note 2:  The Smart-Card software menu has a Write Card tab key.  Clicking this tab key will give access to the selected profiles on the Smart-Card software menu.

 

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32.         How many profiles users can be authorized to use the same computer?

 

There is no limit on the number of users who can access a computer with SecurePC.  Computer access is limited to those who meet the access requirements set by the Superuser.

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33.         What is the best provided method to use when setting up profiles with SecurePC?

 

Setting up profiles can be accomplished in two ways, through the ZignX keyboard pad on the Zignx unit via Superuser log-in or through the ZignX software menu control.  We recommend you use the ZignX software.  It has a user friendly profile and Smart Card menu setup screen that primarily involves placing a check mark with your mouse for the desired profile configurations.

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34.         Can the Superuser duplicate SecurePC profile configurations onto another SecurePC PC?

 

Yes, the ZignX software has a "Save file" and "Load file" tab key for this function.   The profile configurations can be saved and stored onto a floppy disk.  This data can be read and saved onto another ZignX unit.  

 

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35.         How many different profiles can the SecurePC unit manage?

 

SecurePC is capable of managing up to 9 profile configurations.

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36.         What level of control does the “Superuser” have?

 

The "Superuser" can be considered the "Administrator".  The Superuser is the only one who will be able to do the following:

 

1.      Have access to all features.

2.      Sets up all user profiles (computer peripheral configurations) on SecurePC. 

3.      Sets up all available time frames for computer profile users.

4.      Defines what user profiles each individual will have access to.

5.      Specifies what requirement will be necessary for the profile user

6.      to access the computer (Smart-Card requirement, Pin Code requirement).

7.      Provide the profile user additional access to other SecurePC domains.

8.      Reset the  ZignX unit incase of a security violation shutdown.

 

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37.         What is a domain?

 

Each SecurePC will have a domain name.  The default domain name setting on all ZignX units is "ALL".   More than one ZignX unit can have the same domain name.   The domain name can be viewed from two places on the software: "Parameters menu" or the "Smart Card s menu".  The "Parameters menu" is where you can change your SecurePC domain name.  The Smart Card menu is where you add-on nineteen more domain names to a Smart Card, but only one name will represent the SecurePC unit.  The use of domain names allows the Superuser to create a Smart Card that can access other computers in different departments where domain names are different.

 

Note:  Superuser is to keep SecurePC  "Domain" names on a need to know basis (absolutely confidential). 

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38.         What is a Smart Card?

 

The Smart Card serves as an access card to a SecurePC user profile.   The Smart Card will give you the highest level of security and control when networking them with SecurePC units.

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39.         How many profiles can a Smart-Card have access to?

 

A Smart-Card can have up to 9 profiles place on to it from the Smart Card menu.

 

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40.         What level of control does a "Smart-Card" give to a profile user?

 

A "Smart-Card" will provide access authority to pre- selected profiles.  The pre-selected profiles are created by the "Superuser".   Note:  The Smart-Card user has no authority to create a new profile or change the definition of a profile configuration (days, times. peripherals).

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41.         What will happen if I remove my "Smart-Card" while my PC is on?

 

If the Smart Card is removed, SecurePC will shut down the computer 

 

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42.         How many domains can be written onto a Smart-Card?

 

The Superuser can record 20 different domain names on one 1 Smart Card

 

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43.         How do I save a profile so it can be accessed by a "Smart-Card"?

 

The Smart-Card software menu provides you with a "Write Card" tab key.  The tab key allows you to write the information onto the Smart-Card. 

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44.         Can SecurePC be set to run without the requirement of a Smart-Card?

 

Yes, the Superuser can deactivate the Smart-Card requirement.  The Superuser can create profiles that just require a  Pin-code entry for profile access.  The Superuser can also create profiles that do not require a Smart-Card or Pin-code for a user profile access.

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45.         What is the difference between writing to a Smart-Card vs. writing to ZignX unit?

 

The configuration of a user profile is written to the ZignX unit. The Smart Card will only provide you access to a user profile.

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46.         What is the difference between time setting for the ZignX unit vs. time setting for the Smart-Card?

 

A time-frame recorded on to the ZignX will represent when the ZignX unit will be ON or OFF for a particular user profile.

 

A time-frame recorded on to the Smart-Card will represent when the Smart Card will have access to the profile.

 

Note 1:  If the time-set on the ZignX unit is set to OFF for a specific profile, the Smart Card will not be able to access the profile even if the Smart Card time-set is set to ON for the profile.  

Note 2:  The Smart Card will work on another ZignX unit where the time-set is set to ON for the user profile, provided the Smart Card has access to the ZignX domain.

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47.         Who can read the rights that are written on the Smart-Card?

 

The content (days, time, domains, pin code, etc) information on a Smart-Card can only be viewed by the Superuser.  The Smart-Card profile user can only access the profiles, and change his or hers password pin-code numbers.

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48.         Why can't I use another SecurePC unit to read what's on a "Smart Card"?

 

Each SecurePC unit has its own unique ID number. The initial unit used to write on the Smart Card will have the read card and rewrite card capabilities.  When writing to a Smart Card on a different SecurePC unit, the Superuser will not be able to read the Smart-Card contents from this different unit, but will be able to write over the present contents, therefore, establish a  capability to read the contents that are on the Smart Card

 

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49.         Will the Smart Card user have to change password upon first profile use?

 

The first time a profile user accesses the computer via Smart Card, they may be required to immediately enter a new password pin-code.  This is a separate control option from the settings in the "Pin-code Policy" menu.  The choice is made available in the Smart Card setup menu. 

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50.         What operating systems will support hibernating?

 

Windows ME, 2000, and XP support hibernating.  These OS' take advantage of the Advance Configuration & Power Interface and further it with hibernating software (power on suspend).  Windows 98 and below do not support hibernating. 

 

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51.         What is OS hibernating?

 

When you put your computer into hibernation, it saves your current work (system status, memory, and screen image) into your hard disk, and then the system can be powered off.  When you turn the computer back on, all programs and documents that were opened when you turned the computer off are restored on the desktop.  The advantage is your OS will not have to go through the initial boot- detection process. 

 

Note:  Hibernation is made possible via ACPI.  The Advance Configuration & Power Interface (ACPI) is the power management specification of PC97 (1997).  ACPI "Suspend to hard drive" is basically controlled by the windows operating system.  It intends to save more power by taking full control of power management to operating system and bypass BIOS .  ACPI defines ATX momentary soft power switch to control the state of transition. 

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52.         How do you setup OS hibernating shut downs?

 

1.      Open "Power Options" in the Control Panel. 

2.      Click the Hibernate tab, then select the Enable hibernate check box and click Apply.  If the hibernate tab key is unavailable, your computer does not support this feature. 

3.      Click the Advance tab key and select hibernate for "When I press the shut down button on my computer".  Your operating system will now be set to hibernate every time you shut down.

4.      You may automatically put your computer into hibernation.  Click the Power Schemes tab, and then select a time period in System hibernates.  Your computer will hibernate after it has been idle for the specified amount time. 

 

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53.         Does SecurePC record logging IN and OUT data?

 

Yes, SecurePC will record log IN and OUT data for all users who access the computer.  The decision to enable log data recording is made in the "Parameter" menu. 

 

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54.         What log information does SecurePC record?

 

Examples of log data are profile start, profile stop, pin code change, wrong card code, reset, etc. The log data can only be extracted by the Superuser when selecting "Save Log" on the Administration menu view.  The file can be viewed in notepad.

 

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55.         Who can retrieve Log In and Out information recorded onto SecurePC?

 

Only the Superuser can retrieve SecurePC log data.  The log data will record over a 1000 entries.  When SecurePC reaches 800 log data recordings, it will alert you during the next 200 log recording to "Save Log" data.  The downloaded data will have a start and stop time recording. The next time the Superuser downloads the data its start time will match the stop time on the previous download.

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56.         Is SecurePC log recording data tamper proof?

 

SecurePC not only records a start and stop time between each log data saving, but it also assigns a unique control number for the text file.  SecurePC ensures data integrity by providing you with a "Verify log" menu option.  Saved log files can be opened up by SecurePC and checked for tampering. 

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57.         Can the SecurePC run without the serial cable attached J302 outlet?

 

Yes, this cable is only required when running the ZignX software setup program.

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58.         Does SecurePC package come with ZignX network cards?

 

No,  ZignX 10/100 Mps PCI Network cards are sold separately. 

 

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59.         What are the shutdown procedures for SecurePC computers?

 

1.      Superuser computer shut down procedure. 

a.      Superusers will always shut down the computer by pressing the “No” button on the keypad.  Next press the “Yes” button on the ZignX keypad when the screen menu shows the question “Quit Superuser”? 

2.      Profile user procedure for shutting down OS’s that DO support “Hibernation” (Win ME, 2000, XP, etc). 

a.      When logging in with a Smart Card, just remove Smart Card from ZignX to shut down. 

b.      When logging in through ZignX keypad, chose option # 1 “Turn off computer” on ZignX. 

3.      Profile user procedure for shutting down OS’s that Don’t support “Hibernation”. 

a.      Shutdown the computer by using the software “Start” menu key.

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60.         Can SecurePC synchronize with the time clock setting on the computer OS?

 

Yes, go to the Parameters menu and select the "Sync time" tab key.  ZignX will synchronize with the time and date setting on your operating system. 

 

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61.         Can the Superuser use the pin-code recorded in the profile menu?

 

The pin-code recorded in the profile menu can be utilized by the Superuser if the "Log in without Smart Card" box is checked.  The profile name  will then appear on the ZignX unit text screen menu; the Superuser must enter the pin-code that was originally recorded in the profile menu.  This feature will not remove the Smart Card profile user setup because accessing these profiles through a Smart Card is still possible.  The pin-code recorded onto the Smart Card can be a different pin-code and will apply when accessing a profile via Smart Card. This special setup process allows the Superuser to access any of their created profiles directly from the ZignX keypad. The process also allows the Superuser to take advantage of the two separate pin-codes.  If the Log in without Smart Card" box is left unchecked, the pin-code recorded onto the Smart Card supersedes the pin-code recorded in the profile menu setup because ZignX checks and verifies the pin-code recorded on the Smart Card before giving access to the user profile.

 

Note 1: This feature is useful for the Superuser when setting up user profiles that have multiple hard drives with multiple operating systems.

 

Note 2: User profiles accessed through this process by the Superuser are still being access at the "User profile level." 

 

62.         What options are available on ZignX screen menu view for Superuser and Profile User?

 

SecurePC Control Options

Superuser

Profile User

Screen Brightness 

 

X

Language Choice

x

X

Change Card Pin-Code

X

X

Exit Operating System  

X

X

Edit Profiles 

X

 

Delete Log File 

X

 

Edit Card Functions

X

 

Serial Configuration

X

 

Time format Change 

X

 

Setup date and time 

X

 

Domain Name change

X

 

 

Profile Configurations:

Profile Category:                                    Superuser and the Profile Numbers.

Units:                                                    Computer components for each profile.

Enable Time:                                         ZignX unit active day and time frames.

Profile code:                                          Profile access code when no Smart Card is used.

Name:                                                   Name used to identify profile.  

Options:                                                Smart Card required or not required.

Load /Save File, Read / Write ZignX, Exit:            Command buttons for Profile recording.

 

Parameters:

Domain Name:                                       Name given to identify ZignX unit.

Time and Date:                                      Current setting.

Time Format:                                         12 or 24 hour time clock setting.

Language:                                             Language being used.

Logging:                                                Log recording ON or OFF.

Version & ZignX ID:                               Software and Serial ID.

Sync Time, Write ZignX, Read ZignX, Exit:           Command buttons for Parameters.

 

 

Card Management:

Profile Selection:                  Profiles selected for Smart Card.

Enable Time Selection:         Smart Card active time frames.

Domains:                            Smart Card active for written domain names.

UserName and Pin-code:       User name and Pin-code.

Language:                           Language names available.

User must change pincode:   Pin-code change requirement for user first-time access.

Write Card, Read Card, Exit: Command buttons for card management.

 

 

 

Save Log:

Save in:            Folder used for log file recording.

File name:         Name given to recorded log file.

Save as type:    File extension type. 

 

Note:  Log files saving should be considered an auditable procedure.

 

 

Pin-Code Policy:

Enable Pin-Code Policy:              Activate pin-code policy.

Min Pincode length:                    Least amount of numbers in a pin-code.

Max Pincode length:                   Most amount of numbers in a pin-code.

Min Pincode Change Interval:      Time frame before a pin-code can be change.

Max Pin-cod change Interval:      Time frame for a pin-code to be changed.

Pincode history Length:               Recording of last 4 pin-code number changes.

Write ZignX, Read ZignX , Exit:   Command buttons for pin-code policy.

 

 

 

Verify Log:

Look in:          Folder used to save log file.

File name:      Previously recorded log file being inspected.

Files of type:   File extension for log file being inspected. 

 

Note: A set protocol for recording and verifying will insure a confidence in your inspections.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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