Maxxess Systems is pleased to announce the release of eFusion and eAXxess version 6 software.

This upgrade is available to end users with a current Maxxess Software Support plan. Once upgraded the software will need to be re-registered. 
 
Here are some of the new features and enhancements in this release:

New Operating Systems Supported

  • Windows Server 2008 & Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Windows 8 and 8.1 (home editions not recommended)
  • Windows Server 2012

New Databases Supported

  • SQL Server 2008 (Express, Standard, and Enterprise)
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 (Express, Standard, and Enterprise)
  • SQL Server 2012 (Express, Standard, and Enterprise)

New Hardware Supported

  • Maxxess introduces the eMAX-M5 hardware line to facilitate the ability to take over most GE system models: Picture Perfect, Secure Perfect and some Facility Commander.
  • PCSC FTC/DDM/SDM, IQ and SIM hardware lines 
  • Salto Sallis wireless locks and devices
  • Assa Abloy Aperio wireless locks
  • Schlage Wireless locks (including the PIM400-1501)
  • Mercury SCP area controllers (legacy product)

Biometric Enrolment

  • Integrated enrolment with L1/Bioscrypt 4G prox fingerprint readers and fingerprint only models
  • Integrated enrolment with FaceKey biometric readers

Added Features

  • Routing and Escalation options for alarm messages
  • New desktop module for the editing of eMAX badge formats.
  • Support for TWAIN capture devices for documents and images.
  • Cardholder template field to display badge design for cardholder on the template.
  • Ability to automatically add the doors, outputs and sensors associated with each area controller and/or panels.
  • Assign activation and deactivation date and time for access levels used with eMAX hardware
  • Escorting feature for eMAX hardware
  • eMAX-EP controllers now support 8 holiday types.
  • eMAX-MR51e supports the ability to assign a static IP address.
  • Maxxess now supports the ability to configure the archives and backups from MultiPort eliminating the need for desktop to be open.  

Enhanced Features

  • SQL Server installation process
  • Dependency Configuration for eMAX controllers
  • Operator logging of cardholder changes
  • Enhanced ViewPoint GUI 

Optional Modules

  • eTour - for managing real time guard tour operations
  • Kone INTEGRATOR - for elevator destination dispatch

ViewPoint Additions

  • SmartVMS
  • VideoInsight
  • OnVif
  • Canon

ViewPoint Enhancements

  • DVTel
  • Pelco
  • Exacq
  • Hikvision
  • Aver
  • Sony
  • Vicon
  • Bosch
  • Geutebruck
  • Salient
  • OpenEye
  • Axis
  • Toshiba

Features Removed

  • Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 are no longer supported
  • RAMM Area Controllers 
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