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d. Assign each user a

d. Assign each user a Wait Time. The Wait Time determines when the user or group will be notified of the alarm. If a user is assigned a Wait Time of 0h 0m, the user will be notified immediately after the alarm occurs. If the next user is assigned a Wait Time of 1h 0m, that user is not notified until one hour after the alarm occurs but only if the alarm remains active. If the first user acknowledges the alarm within one hour, the second user is never notified of the alarm. In the Alarms tab, only users who are notified will see the live alarm trigger. All potential alarm recipients will see the alarm once it has been acknowledged. 6. Select the Play sound when alarm is triggered: check box to play a sound when the alarm is triggered. You can choose an alarm sound from the drop down list. The sound is played in the Client software only, and will be used to notify the selected users. 7. Click to continue. 8. (Optional) On the Select Alarm Acknowledgement Action page, set the actions that must occur when an alarm is acknowledged then click to continue. • If the user must add comments about the alarm, select the Require a comment when acknowledging alarm check box. • If a digital output must be activated when the alarm is acknowledged, select the Activate selected digital output(s) on alarm acknowledgement check box. Then, select the digital outputs that must be activated. • If the digital output should only be activated when confirmed by a user, select the Require user confirmation before activating digital output(s) check box. 9. On the Select Alarm Properties page, complete the following: a. Enter a name for the alarm. b. Select a Priority: for the alarm. 1 is the highest alarm priority. c. Select a Schedule: for the alarm. For more information, see Scheduling Site Events on page 41. d. Make sure the Enable alarm check box is selected to set the alarm. 10. Click to save the new alarm. Editing and Deleting Alarms 1. In the site Setup tab, click . The Alarms dialog box is displayed. 2. Select an alarm then do one of the following: • To edit the alarm, click . Go through the Add Alarm wizard and make the required changes on each page. On the last page, click to save your changes. For details about the editable options, see Adding a New Alarm on page 32. • To delete the alarm, click . Editing and Deleting Alarms 34

External Notifications Use the External Notifications dialog box to configure the site to send email in response to specific events. You can set up an email server for the site and choose what events require email notifications. If you use a central station monitoring service, you would also use this dialog box to set up communication between your site and the monitoring station. Setting Up the Email Server To send email notifications, the site must be given access to an email server. 1. In the site Setup tab, click . The External Notifications dialog box is displayed. 2. Select the Email Server tab. 3. In the Email Server Settings: area, complete the following: a. Sender Name: enter a name to represent the site in all email notifications. b. Sender Email Address: enter an email address for the site. c. Subject Line: enter a subject line for all emails sent from the site. The default subject is Avigilon Control Center System Event. d. SMTP Server: enter the SMTP server address used by the site. e. Port: enter the SMTP port. f. Timeout (seconds): enter the maximum amount of time the server will try to send an email before it quits. 4. (Optional) If the email server uses encryption, you can select the Use secure connection (TLS/SSL) check box. 5. (Optional) If the email account has a username and password, select the Server requires authentication check box. 6. Click OK. • Enter the User Name: and Password: for the email account. Configuring Email Notifications In the Email Notifications dialog box, you can create email notification groups to specify who will receive email notifications when certain events occur. Be aware that you cannot send any email notifications until you've set up an email server for the site. For more information, see Setting Up the Email Server above. 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. External Notifications 35

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