How to Set up User Authentication for Copy Audit Touch

Copy Audit Touch allows for the following types of authentication options:

  • None: No authentication is done. Transactions are recorded under a generic user.
  • PIN Code: Users must enter a PIN code before they can do the transaction.
  • PIN + Password: Users must enter a PIN code AND a password.
  • Card Reader: Users must use a card to authenticate.
  • Card Reader + Password: Users must use a card and enter a password.
  • Active Directory: Users must enter their Active Directory user name and password.

To configure authentication for a Copy Audit Touch Activity:

  1. Open the Print Audit Administrator (Start Menu --> All Programs --> Print Audit 6 --> Administrator).
  2. Click on the Copy Audit Touch icon on the left hand side.
  3. Double click to select the “Copier” that has the Activity that you want to add authentication to.
  4. From the Editing Copier dialog, select the Activity that you want to add authentication to.
  5. From the drop down box “Authentication”, select the authentication type.
  6. Click “Accept”.
  7. Click “Save”.

Note: If the authentication type is set to “Active Directory”, you may need to change the domain that the Terminal authenticates against. To change the Active Directory Domain:

  1. Open the Copy Audit Touch Terminal Configuration program (Start Menu --> All Programs --> Print Audit 6 --> Copy Audit Touch --> Config.
  2. Click on the “Communication” tab.
  3. Under the “Active Directory” box, change the “Domain” setting to the Active Directory that you want to authenticate against.
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