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Traka32 software runs on any current Windows PC or server and powers Traka's key cabinet and locker systems. For day to day administration on a large complex, Traka32 lets you to set up regions, allowing a local security or facilities manager to have control of keys and users on their particular site. In addition, the software is equipped with options to have one main oversight by a Security Manager that maintains overall control of all keys.
In a networked environment, multiple key cabinets can be accessed and controlled from a central location, making for a quick complete audit of all key and asset activity. The software also allows for an emergency release, which can also be done from the central location.
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