Access Control Levels and Schedules Tutorial

Author: Brian Rhodes, Published on Feb 10, 2013

One of access control's most critical security elements has nothing to do with cards, locks, or readers. Configuring access levels and setting up schedules is central to maintaining facility security. In this report, we look at these concepts and describe their importance to every access control system.

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