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|Model Info||DSX Anti-Passback allows the system to track the in and out status of the card holders. When implemented - if an access code is In, it will only be granted access at an Out device. When an access code is Out, it will only be granted access at an In device. WinDSX provides all three forms of Anti-Passback; Hard, Soft, and Timed. Zoned Anti-Passback is accomplished with four independent zones of Hard (In/Out), and Soft (Entry/Exit) Anti-Passback. Each reader can be in any or all of the four zones. Each card maintains a separate In/Out status for each of the four zones. This allows Anti-Passback to be used on both exterior and interior doors without the two zones affecting each other.|
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