The following videos are designed to explain the Power LogOn password management solution for cyber access control. Unlike other cyber authentication solutions, Power LogOn builds off your existing computer and network infrastructure and security investments.
To start, here’s a 1 minute video that explains Power LogOn.
Power LogOn Administrator Starter Kit
The first step in cyber authentication with Power LogOn is to purchase our starter kit. This kit gives you everything to install, integrate and manage a smartcard-based cyber access control system. Watch this video to learn what all you get when you purchase Power LogOn Administrator Starter Kit.
Step 1: Pre-installation Settings
Before your install Power LogOn Administrator for cyber access control, there are three pre-installation settings required for Windows. Power LogOn no longer requires turning off the Antivirus program or resetting the UAC, but we show it just in case your computer system requires this process. I will also show the updates to the IIS settings.
This video is 2-minutes long and the process takes no more than 5-minutes to do.
Step 2: Installing Power LogOn from CD
Step-by-step instructions to installing the Power LogOn Administrator Password Management Software. Power LogOn requires no server hardware or software upgrades because it builds off your existing cyber authentication infrastructure. After installation, the smartcard readers are plugged in and you will be ready to configure Power LogOn for card issuance and use.
This video is 3:11-minutes long and the process takes no more than 15-minutes to do.
Step 3a: Stand Alone Power LogOn Configuration
Power LogOn gives IT the ability to install either on a stand alone system or within a server/network environments. To make this process easier to understand, we have two separate configuration videos. Pick the cyber authentication solution that best meets your needs and system.
This video is 2:24-minutes long and the process takes no more than 5-minutes to do.
Security Modes – On Card
Power LogOn gives IT the flexibility to determine which cyber access control security mode works best for their password management system requirements: On-Card or Server. In this video I discuss On-Card Mode as your cyber authentication.
This video is 4:25-minutes long.
Security Modes – Server
Power LogOn gives IT the flexibility to determine which cyber access control security mode works best for their password management system requirements: On-Card or Server. In this video I discuss Server Mode for your cyber authentication.
This video is 5:24-minutes long.