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NOTE: Backup files can

NOTE: Backup files can only be restored to servers that are running the same or more recent version of the Avigilon Control Center Server software. Restoring System Settings NOTE: You cannot restore settings from a 5.2.2 or earlier server through this version of the Avigilon Control Center Client software. If you have a backup Avigilon Settings File (.avs), you can restore the settings as needed. You would typically restore settings after a server has been replaced in the site, or when setting up several independent sites that require similar settings. NOTE: Make sure the new server has at least the same number of licenses as the server that generated the backup file. If not, you will lose access to features that were included in the backup file but are not supported by the new server. Be aware that when you restore server settings, all existing settings are overwritten by the restored settings. When you restore site settings, the restored settings are merged with any existing settings. 1. In the site Setup tab, click . 2. In the following dialog box, find and select the .avs file that you want to restore. 3. If the backup file is encrypted, enter the required password in the following dialog box. You will not be asked to provide a password if the file is not encrypted. 4. Select the settings you want to restore. By default, the system will select the recommended option for you. • Restore site and server settings — select this option to restore all settings in the site and the selected server. NOTE: If the server is part of a multi-server site, do not select this option because the site settings are maintained by the other connected servers. • Restore server settings — select this option to restore all settings to the selected server. • Use custom settings — click Choose Settings to specify the settings that you want to restore. Be careful when selecting the custom settings because some settings have dependencies that may cause unexpected issues if they are not supported by the server. 5. Select the server that you want to restore the settings to. It is recommended that you only select servers in the Recommended Servers list. Servers in this list do not have any existing device connections. Restoring settings to a server that is not in this list may overwrite existing device connection details or cause the system to exceed its license and processing limits. 6. Click OK. If you restored the site settings, the settings are merged: Restoring System Settings 40

• Unique settings are added to the site. • If the settings are identical, only the current site version is kept. • If an import setting and a site setting have the same name but are configured differently, the import setting is added to the site and renamed in this format: (Import), like Email1 (Import). • In the rules engine, the Notify users (default) rule is always added and renamed, even if the settings are the same. The import version is enabled and the site version is disabled by default. • The two site Views are combined. • The import settings take precedence. For example, a map from the import file is already used in the site. Currently, the map is stored at the top of the site View. But in the import file, the map is kept at the bottom. After the import settings are merged with the current site settings, the map is moved to the bottom. • Unorganized elements from the import file are listed at the bottom of the site View. • User permission groups are merged. • If groups have the same name, the import settings are used and the users from both the import file and the current site are added to the group. • Groups added from the import file automatically gain access to all the new devices that were added since the settings were exported. • Users with the same name will use the import settings, including passwords. Scheduling Site Events site events are actions that can affect the entire site, like email notifications. When you configure a site event, you are given the option to assign a schedule to the event. Schedules control when events can occur — at specific times during a day, or only on specific days. When you see the Schedule option while configuring an event, you can select an existing schedule or create a new schedule. • To use a preconfigured schedule, select an option from the drop down list. The default option is Always, which allows the event to run constantly. • To change a schedule, select the schedule then click > . • To delete a schedule, select the schedule then click > . In the following confirmation dialog box, click OK. • To create a schedule, click then select . When the Edit… dialog box is displayed, complete the following steps: 1. Give the new schedule a name. 2. Give the first recurrence a name. You can add multiple recurrences to create a detailed schedule. For example, you could create one recurrence to cover every weekend, plus extra recurrences to cover public holidays. • To add extra recurrences, click . • To delete a recurrence, select the recurrence then click . Scheduling Site Events 41

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