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3. For each recurrence,

3. For each recurrence, define the duration by entering a Start: and End: time. Be aware that if you enter an End: time that is earlier than the Start: time, the event will span two days. For example, if the schedule is set to start at 12:00pm and end at 11:59am, the event is automatically enabled from 12:00pm on day 1 and will end at 11:59am on day 2. 4. In the Start Date: field, enter when the recurrence should begin. 5. In the Recurrence pattern area, select the frequency of the recurrence. Option Description Daily The event is enabled during the same time every day. • Select the number of days between each schedule recurrence. The event is enabled during the same day and time every week. Weekly Monthly Yearly • Select the day(s) of the week, then select the number of weeks between each schedule recurrence. The event is enabled during the same day and time every month. • Select the specific day or weekday, then select the number of months between each schedule recurrence. The event is enabled during the same day and time every year. • Select the specific day or weekday and month, then select the number of years between each schedule recurrence. 6. Add and complete any other recurrences that need to be part of the schedule. 7. Click OK to save the new schedule. Server Settings Server settings are related to video recording on each server in the system. This includes configuring the recording schedule, data aging, and bandwidth usage. NOTE: Some features are not displayed if the server does not have the required license, or if you do not have the required user permissions. Naming a Server Give the server a meaningful name so that it can be easily identified in the System Explorer. Otherwise, the server uses the name that is assigned by Windows. 1. In the server Setup tab, click . 2. In the following dialog box, enter a name for the server. 3. Click OK. Server Settings 42

Recording Schedule Use the Recording Schedule dialog box to set the recording schedule for cameras connected to the server. By default, the server is set to record motion and configured events when they occur. Once the recording schedule is set, video is recorded automatically. Adding and Editing a Recording Schedule Template The recording schedule is set by using templates that tell cameras when and what to record. For example, you can create one recording schedule template for weekdays and another for weekends. NOTE: Recording templates are shared across a site. NOTE: Some features are not displayed if the server does not have the required license, or if you do not have the required user permissions. 1. In the server Setup tab, click . The Recording Schedule dialog box is displayed. 2. Click Add Template below the Templates: list. 3. Enter a name for the New Template. 4. Click the Set Area button, then click or drag the cursor across the Recording Mode: timeline to set the types of events that the cameras will record throughout the day. Individual rectangles on the Recording Mode: timeline are colored when they have been selected. The Recording Mode: options include: • Continuous — record video constantly. • Motion — Only record video when motion is detected. • Digital Inputs — Only record video when a digital input is activated. • Alarms — Only record video when an alarm is activated. • POS Transactions — Only record video when a point of sale (POS) transaction is made. • License Plates — Only record video when a license plate is detected. 5. To disable recording in parts of the template, click the Clear Area button, then click or drag the cursor across the timeline to remove the set recording areas. 6. If cameras are not recording in Continuous mode all day, you can set cameras to record reference images between events in the recording schedule. • Select the Record a reference image every: check box, then set the time between each reference image. Recording Schedule 43

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