Normally the password is Hawc.1 (and user = user or administrator)
|Advanced Search Tips|
|10092||How To||Symphony||How to set up edge storage for Axis cameras|
|10022||How To||Symphony||Ports used in Senstar Symphony Versions 6 and earlier|
|10036||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Working with a NAS|
|10072||How To||Symphony||How to configure ADAM I/O devices for use with Senstar Symphony|
|10003||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Cannot connect to NAS|
|10343||How To||Embedded Outdoor Object Tracker||Devices with versions of the Axis Camera Application Platform compatible with Senstar embedded analytics|
|10087||Process||Symphony||Communication with Senstar Symphony|
|10032||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Connectivity problems between camera and server when using UDP (unicast or multicast)|
|10342||How To||Embedded People Counter||Determining Axis Camera Application Platform Compatibility|
|10182||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Troubleshooting on-camera storage|
|10310||Troubleshooting||Symphony||How to manually install required Windows features when installation fails|
|10207||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||AI Services|
|10304||How To||Symphony||Streaming Symphony video via RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol)|
|10293||How To||Symphony||How to configure auxiliary commands for network cameras and video encoders|
|10349||How To||Embedded Outdoor Object Tracker||How to Integrate Senstar Outdoor Object Tracker Events Using Axis Metadata Stream|
|10171||Process||Other||Exploring Windows Storage Technologies: DAS, NAS and SAN-Based Solutions|
|10280||How To||Symphony||Senstar Symphony OPC Server setup|
|10079||How To||Symphony||How to add a setting to control PTZ movement when it is unlocked and a camera tour is disabled or inactive|
|10037||How To||Symphony||How to modify the number of alarms|
|10048||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Client cannot connect to Server after changing Symphony to a non-standard port|
|10010||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Panasonic camera and firewalls|
|10323||How To||Symphony||How to manually install Symphony Web Client ActiveX components|
|10028||How To||Symphony||How to add Windows firewall exceptions from the command line to allow remote clients to connect|
|10202||How To||Symphony||How to configure Mobile Bridge Server with Active Directory|
|10125||How To||Symphony||Symphony Support for I/O and Audio in Axis P8221|
|10027||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Video Wall and Carousel|
|10047||Error Message||Symphony||Unlicensed due to hardware change error message|
|10221||How To||Symphony||How to reduce deadlocks and improve SQL server throughput and performance|
|10004||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Cannot replay recorded video|
|10165||How To||Symphony||How to install a Device Pack|
|10347||How To||Thin Client||Senstar A10D Thin Client Firmware Upgrade|
|10112||Error Message||Symphony||Cannot load DLL file or Cannot find the specified module|
|10159||Process||Symphony||NAS and SAN storage|
|10023||How To||Symphony||How to set up two servers behind one single public IP|
|10271||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Troubleshooting High Client CPU Usage|
|10193||How To||Symphony||How to clear space on a drive|
|10162||Error Message||Symphony||“Error code 10162” Device Pack Installation Errors – Setup cannot continue|
|10123||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||How to import or export a camera list, or create a blank template for a camera list|
|10317||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||Cannot connect to ONVIF-compliant camera because no ONVIF stream available|
|10239||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Mobile Bridge Server cannot connect to Symphony|
|10311||Troubleshooting||Symphony||How to open live video using Web Client URL variables|
|10192||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Log contents and meaning|
|10069||How To||Symphony||How to use data files if you have lost configuration|
|10273||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Troubleshooting Axis Corridor Mode|
|10001||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Axis media parser: An unspecified error occurred|
|10305||How To||Symphony||VE180 Indoor People Tracking Configuration Options|
|10006||How To||Symphony||How to add an alternative codec|
|10353||How To||Embedded Outdoor Object Tracker||How to Integrate Senstar Outdoor Object Tracker and 3rd party Video Management Systems using I/O connector|
|10009||Troubleshooting||Symphony||How to merge signal files after a failover|
|10312||How To||E-Series Physical Security Applicance||How to create Factory Recovery USB sticks for E-Series PSAs|
|10196||How To||Symphony||How to shrink the database|
|10000||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Alarm triggered by snowflakes or raindrops|
|10063||How To||Symphony||Configure Symphony services to log on under a specific user account|
|10014||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Tracker will not start or remain running|
|10160||How To||License Plate Recognition||License Plate Recognition: How to configure Symphony to allow a 3rd party system to update the license plate list|
|10234||Error Message||Other||Error: 2755 – The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this package. This may indicate a problem with the package.|
|10319||How To||Symphony||How to set up Symphony SMTP for Google Gmail|
|10116||How To||Symphony||How to add View Areas to Symphony|
|10315||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||Device cannot connect to Video Source|
|10005||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Gallagher (Cardax) access control devices do not work after upgrade|
|10043||Troubleshooting||Other||Memory Limits for Windows Releases|
|10306||How To||Symphony||VE180 Outdoor Object Tracking Configuration Options|
|10399||How To||Symphony||How to add customized buttons to Symphony|
|10094||How To||Symphony||How to lock a PTZ camera without disabling the Camera Tour|
|10124||Troubleshooting||Symphony||SSO Single Sign On (Windows authentication) not working with Symphony or other applications|
|10415||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Network configuration for Senstar Symphony|
|10218||How To||Symphony||How to Configure Symphony Web Servers for SSL (Windows 8)|
|10008||How To||Symphony||How to delete a camera from the command line|
|10189||How To||Symphony||How to export all your video data in Symphony 6.10|
|10266||How To||Symphony||How to move server licenses from one farm to another|
|10359||How To||Embedded Outdoor Object Tracker||How to Integrate Senstar Outdoor Object Tracker and exacqVision VMS using TCP|
|10142||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Video analytic taking up CPU, jerky video, dropped/deleted frames in tracker log on Windows 7|
|10264||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Video is upside down because RTSP protocol does not support rotation|
|10215||How To||Symphony||How to change the logo in video decorations|
|10042||Error Message||Symphony||Unable to create filter graph – STG_E_INVALIDHEADER error message|
|10138||How To||Symphony||How to quickly add another server to a server farm|
|10179||How To||Symphony||How to change download scheduling and speed for Device Pack and Symphony Client updates|
|10330||How To||Thin Client||Connect to Thin Client using SSH|
|10190||Error Message||Symphony||Error Message: Search is unable to complete.|
|10100||How To||Symphony||AXIS T8310 Surveillance Control Board (T8311, T8312, T8313)|
|10015||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Troubleshooting for the VE150|
|10263||Troubleshooting||License Plate Recognition||License check failed message|
|10086||How To||Symphony||How to verify exported video with logs using md5sum|
|10223||How To||Symphony||How to use ISCSI with Symphony|
|10236||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Troubleshooting the ActiveX control installation|
|10151||How To||Symphony||How to back up and restore the Symphony database as an SQL backup|
|10161||Troubleshooting||E-Series Physical Security Applicance||E7000 PSA: Service cannot start and Web Admin is not available|
|10109||How To||Symphony||How load a Web page with the live video of a specific camera|
|10381||Thin Client||All Thin Client Articles|
|10088||How To||Symphony||How to set up the Symphony Single Sign On feature on a Windows Server 2008 R2 domain|
|10250||How To||Symphony||Generic de-warping functionality is supported in Symphony for Axis M3007 and Eneo 5MP Fisheye|
|10090||How To||Symphony||How to exempt a single camera from the global camera tamper rule|
|10130||How To||Symphony||How to reset the sa password for SQL 2005 Express|
|10197||Symphony||Message: Changes are being applied|
|10316||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||Camera views contain blank camera panels|
|10034||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Installation cannot be uninstalled or re-installed|
|10126||How To||License Plate Recognition||How to enable and connect to the data stream from the License Plate Recognition Engine (VE410)|
|10154||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Re-register server after changing default port|
|10081||How To||Symphony||How to delay or speed up alarm notification from Lost Camera Connection|
|10139||How To||Kiosk||How to get the Kiosk application from Senstar Xnet|
|10194||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Scheduler not running|
|10274||How To||Symphony||How to enable other buttons in the PTZ control interface|
|10103||How To||Symphony||How to change the cleaner interval time|
|10107||How To||Symphony||How to control PTZ Camera Auxiliary Outputs|
|10051||How To||Symphony||How to disable and stop all tracker services|
|10402||How To||Symphony||How to Send Alarms to Sureview Immix Monitoring Software|
|10054||How To||Symphony||Turn off PDebug|
|10097||How To||Symphony||How to change streams from a FLIR camera|
|10248||How To||Symphony||Workaround for: When you mount network drives or use SMB with CIFS, Windows Service acts differently than a user mapped drive|
|10219||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Frame Rate Variance|
|10373||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Symphony Support for Axis C3003E Network Horn Speaker|
|10131||How To||Symphony||Setting up Access Control (Gallagher/Cardax and RBH) alarms to work on a multi-server farm|
|10141||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Digital Input and Output (DIO devices) supported on Maps|
|10059||How To||Symphony||How to set Axis and Vivotek video encoders for PTZ control|
|10184||How To||Symphony||How to set up a custom browser page|
|10292||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Installing Symphony Client on Windows 2008 R2 Terminal Server/RDS Windows Installer Coordinator Hangs|
|10111||Process||Symphony||Megapixel resize/capture resolution versus analysis resolution|
|10104||How To||Symphony||How to set maximum file footage size|
|10212||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Backup and Restore process in Symphony 6.12|
|10080||How To||Symphony||How to manually add a FLIR camera to Symphony|
|10283||How To||Symphony||Heat Map Image Reports table data|
|10119||Troubleshooting||Symphony||What is the best video card to use on client machines?|
|10108||Error Message||Symphony||Error sending email to “<destination email address>” using SMTP server “<SMTP serverlocal host>”|
|10275||Process||Symphony||Encryption between components|
|10269||Troubleshooting||Symphony||IE11 and Symphony Web Client|
|10244||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Symphony installer generates errors at Additional Required Windows Features stage on Windows 8|
|10391||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Security Camera Credentials|
|10340||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||Edges of the Displayed Image are Cropped|
|10058||How To||Symphony||How to store daily snapshots|
|10041||Troubleshooting||Symphony||MJPEG mode not working on Axis H.264 cameras|
|10224||How To||Other||How to configure SQL Server Express to allow remote TCP/IP connections on port 1433|
|10073||How To||Other||How to migrate the database to SQL 2008|
|10045||Error Message||Symphony||No access to historical video|
|10152||How To||E-Series Physical Security Applicance||How to install the PSA update manually|
|10240||Error Message||Symphony||Error 1718 (Installer failing with exit code 1603 on Windows 2003)|
|10033||How To||Symphony||How to manually create Windows service with sc command|
|10013||Error Message||Symphony||System.UnauthorizedAccessException: User <username> cannot perform Connect on Farm:[<farmname>]|
|10226||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||How long are alarms available in the alarm log for viewing|
|10200||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Environment check fails and InfoService constantly restarting|
|10060||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Saved video not always viewable|
|10062||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Some Sony cameras not displaying video in Symphony on Windows Server 2008|
|10265||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Edge Storage – One Stream Recorded and Retrieved|
|10448||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Network configurations for Senstar Symphony Mobile Bridge|
|10205||Troubleshooting||Symphony||AI Authentication service will not start after upgrading to Symphony 6.11.0.x|
|10364||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Symphony Player Readme|
|10052||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Client software always uses Proxy Server|
|10178||How To||Symphony||How to use the [speed] parameter in the Aira2Mpeg utility or the Aira2Mp4 utility|
|10295||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Dewarping does not work on fisheye camera|
|10322||How To||Embedded People Counter||How to manually remove old People Counter count data|
|10150||Undocumented Settings||Embedded People Counter||Senstar People Counter and Axis Camera Application Platform|
|10254||How To||Symphony||How to disable mandatory presets for PTZs|
|10210||How To||Symphony||Trackerapp command line usage|
|10170||Troubleshooting||Symphony||SQL connectivity issue – OSQL can connect, but DBUpdater cannot|
|10101||How To||Symphony||Using the killall command|
|10132||How To||Symphony||How to enable MSI logging|
|10181||Error Message||Symphony||Problems when upgrading from 6.2 to 6.9.5|
|10076||How To||Symphony||How to activate I/O on a Sony DH180 camera|
|10046||How To||Symphony||How to restore default “Lost Camera Connection” policy|
|10064||How To||Symphony||How to save a panel name in a Multi View in Symphony 6.9 and prior releases|
|10118||How To||Symphony||How to order camera list in Camera tree|
|10089||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Limitations to the 4 historical streams concurrently in fast forward with “Lock times on navigation” feature|
|10338||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Camera Tour False Alarms|
|10157||How To||Symphony||How to improve performance on Mobile Bridge Server to reduce unnecessary alarm traffic|
|10102||How To||Symphony||How to record footage in 1 hour segments|
|10268||How To||Symphony||How to enable the color detection feature in the VE180 analytic engine|
|10339||How To||Symphony||Using Symphony Client with Internet Explorer 11|
|10122||How To||License Plate Recognition||How to set the Queue Time feature in ALPR|
|10251||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Symphony Client continuously connecting/disconnecting|
|10172||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Troubleshooting issues with small camera resolutions|
|10056||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Motion from Axis cameras not working with MPEG4 mode|
|10030||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Cannot play historical video across a change in video resolution|
|10133||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Resolution, Aspect, Megapixel List|
|10187||How To||License Plate Recognition||How to find the Type code for a license plate region|
|10110||How To||Symphony||How to change the transmission priority setting to image quality (Constant Bit Rate) instead of FPS (Panasonic cameras only)|
|10121||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||New profiles default to no permissions for all Symphony users|
|10066||Error Message||Symphony||screen must be at least “1024×768”|
|10099||Troubleshooting||Symphony||An upgrade to Symphony 184.108.40.206 results in Infoservice restarting constantly|
|10053||How To||Symphony||How to configure Symphony to use other IP address when sending notifications|
|10031||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Searches do not work across a video resolution change|
|10185||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Setting the language for SMTP Messages|
|10337||How To||Symphony||How to configure support for multicast through ONVIF in Symphony|
|10093||How To||Symphony||How to view a list of banned cameras and camera groups|
|10321||Troubleshooting||Symphony||“No Data Available” message when attempting to view Symphony logins or detailed events|
|10175||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Symphony Codec required for blackout masks to work with network cameras|
|10140||Undocumented Settings||E-Series Physical Security Applicance||Inputs/Outputs in E3200 and E7000|
|10040||How To||Symphony||Supported devices for the PT090/PT091|
|10201||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Upgrading from 6.2 to a later release fails|
|10424||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||Cisco 2960-X and Catalyst SG300 switch with Thin Client|
|10336||How To||Symphony||Record Desktop using VLC Media Player|
|10252||Error Message||Symphony||GetImageInternal | Exception occurred connecting to NetSendHist. Will try to [re]start NetSendHist|
|10217||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||CPU Overload Protection and Failover|
|10114||Troubleshooting||Symphony||C: drive completely filled up and not being cleared|
|10055||Troubleshooting||Symphony||IQeye camera not working|
|10262||How To||Symphony||How to Increase LogLevel to MoreInfo|
|10177||How To||Symphony||How to set threshold for event data|
|10176||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||ForegroundAppearanceSensitivity parameter for VE180 analytic engine|
|10146||How To||Symphony||How to set up Samsung SNB-7001 camera to support up to 30 FPS|
|10106||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Tracking colours/colors|
|10208||How To||Symphony||How to enable the automatic snapshot update in Videowall Manager window in Symphony 6.11.1|
|10259||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Running multiple instances of Symphony Client on the same machine|
|10195||Error Message||Symphony||Error Message: One or more plates could not be deleted|
|10038||How To||Symphony||How to add the Increase FPS on alarm option in Symphony 6.1 and 6.2 or later|
|10314||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||HDMI output is not working or is cut off|
|10083||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Not detecting motion during PTZ camera tour|
|10186||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||ShadowRemoval parameter for VE180 analytic engine|
|10388||How To||Symphony||How to use trackerapp to Adjust Settings|
|10279||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Single Sign-On delays with Microsoft Active Directory user authentication|
|10024||Troubleshooting||Symphony||WebServiceConsole change between 6.2 and 6.5|
|10332||Symphony||Supported Cameras for Edge Storage|
|10091||How To||Symphony||How to bypass auto-discovery by specifying a comma separated list of camera manufacturers|
|10035||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Troubleshooting installation of ActiveX components for network cameras in IE7|
|10255||How To||Symphony||How to display the Supervisor Logon feature and disable the Reason field|
|10326||How To||Symphony||How to enable automatic switching|
|10320||How To||Symphony||How to add camera tour location name decorations for live and historical video|
|10313||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||Device does not power on|
|10238||Troubleshooting||License Plate Recognition||License Plate Log displays wrong JPEG in the camera panel|
|10025||How To||Symphony||How to use Symphony Client logs to determine FPS received by the Client|
|10199||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Setup Wizard crashes during upgrade|
|10297||How To||Symphony||How to open related cameras when a camera alarm is detected|
|10168||How To||Symphony||How to display analog devices in the Symphony device list|
|10129||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Logs for a Client-only installation are not in the folder that %WINUSER% is pointing to|
|10127||How To||Symphony||Merging farms in Symphony 6.10|
|10082||How To||Symphony||How to activate two relays on the same Adam 6060 with one Rule?|
|10361||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Decorations: Position of Date/Time and Camera name and ID on screen|
|10158||Troubleshooting||Symphony||How to define choppy video when communicating with Support|
|10017||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Vivotek Camera FD7141 or FD7131 cannot receive I/O input alarm|
|10180||Troubleshooting||Symphony||PTZ priorities changed when upgrade from from 6.2 fails and is run twice|
|10198||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Troubleshooting SSO authentication with AES256 in a single domain|
|10085||Troubleshooting||E-Series Physical Security Applicance||Unable to connect to PSA after upgrading|
|10057||How To||Symphony||How to de-warp an image from the ImmerVision lens|
|10302||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Installing or Upgrading Symphony on a FIPS-enabled server|
|10044||Error Message||Symphony||Install error 1324 on Windows Vista|
|10147||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Auto discovery not working with Johnson Control cameras when using Windows Server 2008 R2|
|10156||Troubleshooting||E-Series Physical Security Applicance||Error in DIO of E3205 and E3210 PSA|
|10375||How To||Symphony||How to set up Symphony for use with XTS KBC-601-IP Joystick|
|10366||How To||Embedded People Counter||Programatically read live counts from Senstar People Counter|
|10285||Troubleshooting||Embedded People Counter||Senstar People Counter License Registration Error: Invalid, Too Early|
|10249||How To||Symphony||PTZ mode available when adding Oncam cameras|
|10329||Troubleshooting||E-Series Physical Security Applicance||How to recover space on the PSA OS drive|
|10173||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Confirmation dialog for errors when using ImportDeviceGroups Utility|
|10289||Troubleshooting||License Plate Recognition||How to troubleshoot license plates not being detected|
|10261||How To||License Plate Recognition||How to enable Rule logging for License Plate Recognition (LPR)|
|10300||Symphony||Enable a polarity button in the PTZ control interface of Symphony Client|
|10278||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Cannot insert new log records while archiving|
|10174||How To||Other||How to find the size of tables in SQL|
|10113||How To||Symphony||LTO-5 Tape File System|
|10235||How To||Other||How to enable/capture MSI logs|
|10153||Undocumented Settings||E-Series Physical Security Applicance||Running the PSA as a DHCP server: Address Range of IP Address|
|10128||Video in 6.10 server viewed in 5.4 client|
|10134||How To||E-Series Physical Security Applicance||How to add I/O from the E3200 back into the system once it has been removed|
|10049||How To||Symphony||How to re-run the Environment Checklist|
|10282||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Senstar Symphony Setup Wizard may not continue if private IP address is used|
|10389||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||Upgrading from a version older than 220.127.116.115|
|10358||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Troubleshooting Windows® Server 2012 for Large Farms|
|10309||How To||License Plate Recognition||How to convert LPR plate type to region name|
|10246||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Digital I/O on some Axis cameras may not function when the Video Format is set to h264|
|10362||How To||Symphony||How to Pause Camera Tour If Preset Detects Alarm|
|10392||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Mobile Release 2.2 and where to find version 2.1.5|
|10242||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Symphony not generating alarms because of Windows 7 popup feature|
|10209||How To||Symphony||How to set an alarm link in an email to an external IP address|
|10401||Undocumented Settings||Thin Client||Supported Touch Screen Monitors for Thin Client 2.0.1|
|10367||Troubleshooting||License Plate Recognition||License Plate Recognition – USA/Canada Region Detection|
|10372||How To||Symphony||Add a self-signed certificate to Senstar Symphony Mobile Bridge using the self-signed certificate generator|
|10370||How To||Symphony||How to Upgrade from Version 5.4, 6.0 or 6.1 to 6.14|
|10387||How To||Symphony||SMTP on Various Windows Operating Systems, Incluidng Windows 7 and Vista|
|10345||Troubleshooting||BETA release of Outdoor Motion Detection Embedded Analytic|
|10074||How To||Symphony||How are footage files written to the NAS|
|10354||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Maximum username length and maximum password length when connecting to network cameras|
|10374||How To||Embedded Outdoor Object Tracker||How to ignore small objects when using the Senstar Outdoor Object Tracker (AOOT)|
|10363||How To||Symphony||How to change the default number of decorations on an image|
|10350||How To||Symphony||How to increase frequency of Symphony health information sent to SEM|
|10360||Troubleshooting||Symphony||AXIS cameras stopped working after setting up Symphony to work through an HTTP proxy|
|10396||How To||Symphony||How to delay the time that trackers start up on a server|
|10466||How To||Symphony||Trigger an alarm in Symphony with a TCP message|
|10400||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||People Option in Rules Wizard for Face Tracking|
|10352||Symphony||How to display Rule Name and ID on mouse hover in Maps|
|10385||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Virus Scanning|
|10384||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||Cannot Log into Thin Client Using Chinese Characters|
|10376||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Issue: Symphony and RBH on same server and Symphony will not connect|
|10410||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||Connection Fails, Unable to Retrieve Live Video: Thin Client 2.1.0 – Mobile Bridge|
|10405||How To||Symphony||How to Create a Farm from Multiple Existing Farms|
|10413||How To||Symphony||Farm redundancy settings|
|10444||How To||Symphony||How to configure NFS storage for Symphony|
|10411||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||Thin Client 2.1.0 – Wrong time displayed in video decoration when connecting to cameras via Mobile Bridge|
|10414||How To||Thin Client||2.2.0 Keyboard and Remote Control (CEC) Functions|
|10429||How To||Embedded Outdoor Object Tracker||How to Integrate Senstar Outdoor Object Tracker (AOOT) and 3rd party Video Management Systems using I/O connector|
|10426||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Client cannot connect to the server remotely|
|10406||Error Message||Symphony||Android “Unknown connection error” when trying to connect to a server|
|10440||How To||Symphony||How to restore one server’s configuration to another server|
|10409||Troubleshooting||Symphony||AEM and Symphony – health reporting not working|
|10417||Undocumented Settings||Embedded Outdoor Object Tracker||Aimetis Outdoor Object Tracker 1.2.1 – pixel size of objects|
|10443||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Installing Symphony 7 server may cause other web applications on the same server to stop working.|
|10420||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||Touch Screen Monitor Not Working with Thin Client|
|10427||How To||Symphony||Configure Mail Server (Versions 6.x)|
|10451||How To||Symphony||Registering a custom SSL certificate for Symphony Server|
|10430||How To||Symphony||SDK: WebserviceConsole.exe – How to set a camera to start recording/stop recording|
|10425||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Write to Network Storage in Windows 2012 OS environment|
|10450||How To||Symphony||How to change the Server Configuration port for Senstar Symphony|
|10435||Error Message||Symphony||Error message when installing SQL Server ‘’ is not a valid login or you do not have permission|
|10432||Troubleshooting||Symphony||(Axis) Cameras not working in Symphony after uninstalling the SDK|
|10455||Troubleshooting||Symphony||VIdeo does not fill the video panel|
|10438||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Common log lines logged to cs<camera id>-<date>_<count>.txt (e.g. cs20-160609_00.txt)|
|10416||How To||Symphony||How to Upgrade Your 6.x SDK Applications to v7.0|
|10458||How To||Symphony||Add a self-signed certificate to Senstar Symphony Mobile Bridge using makecert.exe|
|10449||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Advanced network configuration for Senstar Symphony|
|10501||How To||Symphony||Prevent Symphony 7.0.11 from deleting Symphony 6 footage files on upgrade|
|10456||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Resolving JPEG streaming issues|
|10463||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Frame rate and resolution in Symphony Mobile Applications|
|10461||How To||Symphony||How to generate a list of users who viewed live video|
|10346||How To||Symphony||How to Generate a List of User Login and Log Out Times|
|10260||How To||Symphony||How to display the size/speed of an object in VE180 or VE150 analytic|
|10457||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Symphony Client displaying incorrectly on 4K monitors|
|10464||How To||Symphony||Create an action rule for standalone embedded video analytics|
|10476||How To||Symphony||Convert video files in Symphony 7.0|
|10380||Troubleshooting||Symphony||No alarms from AXIS A1001|
|10468||Troubleshooting||Symphony||SQL Server fails to start|
|10462||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Unable to log in to the Server Configuration interface|
|10494||How To||Symphony||P2000 VMS To Aimetis Symphony Migration Tool|
|10496||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Firewall exemptions for Symphony|
|10472||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Keyboard shortcuts|
|10470||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Links in alarm emails, searches, and reports are incorrect|
|10475||How To||Symphony||Add a Siqura camera that is mounted on a pan and tilt head|
|10480||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||TCP command string format|
|10488||How To||Symphony||Integrate Senstar Network Manager|
|10477||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Create an alarm for two people in a scene|
|10474||Troubleshooting||Thin Client||Thin Clients do not display video when connecting through Mobile Bridge|
|10487||How To||Symphony||How to shrink the database using the command line|
|10490||How To||R-Series Network Video Recorder||How to create Factory Recovery USB sticks for R-Series NVRs and Operator Stations|
|10489||How To||E-Series Physical Security Applicance||How to change the number of DIO inputs and outputs in Symphony from 8 to 16 on incorrectly configured E4000 series PSAs|
|10482||Undocumented Settings||Symphony||Report timeout settings|
|10500||How To||Symphony||Use the SwitchVideo sample application in the Symphony SDK|
|10499||How To||Symphony||Use the command line to get SQL database table size and row count|
|10290||How To||Symphony||Convert video files in Symphony 6.14|
|10502||How To||Symphony||Integrate a Software House C-Cure 9000 access control device|
|10508||How To||Symphony||Integrate an Axis access control device|
|10503||How To||Symphony||Integrate an S2 NetBox access control device|
|10512||How To||Symphony||Integrate a Gallagher access control device|
|10507||How To||Symphony||Integrate a JCI P2000 access control device|
|10505||How To||Symphony||Integrate an RBH AxiomV access control device|
|10509||How To||Thin Client||Add Axis cameras with dewarped panoramic view to Thin Client devices|
|10493||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Connect to a remote PostgreSQL database|
|10504||How To||Symphony||Run a report from the command line|
|10511||Undocumented Settings||Thin Client||SNMP settings for Thin Client devices|
|10513||How To||Embedded People Counter||Collect data remotely from Senstar People Counter|
|10515||Troubleshooting||Symphony||The Symphony Web Client does not show video (live and historical)|
|10518||How To||Symphony||Change the threshold for key-frame mode|
|10519||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Enable a video codec for a user when exporting video|
|10516||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Symphony Client is unresponsive|
|10521||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Video stops playing after refreshing the browser page|
|10520||How To||Symphony||Configure output on Sony Generation 6 cameras|
|10526||Troubleshooting||Symphony||The alarm log disappears if you downgrade from Symphony Client 7.2 to Symphony Client 7.1|
|10530||Troubleshooting||Symphony||Local back up does not work with the English (Sweden) system locale|
|10532||Troubleshooting||Symphony AC||Symphony Access Control registers DLL files|
|10533||Troubleshooting||Enterprise Manager Bridge||SEM Bridge fails to boot after downgrading|
Control cannot be installed successfully. When we access the device via PC, firstly device control should be download from device to PC, otherwise the username and password can‘t be input correctly. Take IE browser as example, click ‘Tools’ –‘internet options’-‘security’ and enable the six related ActiveX safety setting, and the setting can be restored after the visit is successful.
If the IP of DVR/DVS is static, fill the address bar with IP and the http port of DVR/DVS. For example, if IP is 192.168.1.2 and http port number is 81, fill into the address bar with http: //192.168.1.2:81. If the IP of DVR/DVS is dynamic, fill the address bar with domain name and the http port of DVR/DVS, such as http://hikvision.vicp.net:81. In the login page, fill the username and password of DVR/DVS.
IE11 is not available for visiting the device and IE8 or IE9 is recommend. Early product such as 6500hc series can only be visited by IE.
Commands used for System Information
The simple “date” command displays the current date and time (including the day of the week, month, time, time zone, year).
default, “date” command uses the time zone defined in path
“/etc/localtime”. Linux user can change the time zone via Terminal by
using command “TZ”.
Syntax: TZ=Name_of_Time_Zone date
Linux allows its user to set the current date and time of the system manually.
Syntax: date –set=”Date_in_format(YYMMDD) Time_in_format(HH:MM)”
To operate the system on a specific date, you can change the date by using “-d”.
Syntax: date -d Date_to_operate_system_on
date -d now
date -d yesterday
date -d tomorrow
date -d last-Sunday
date -d “1997-04-22”
command “df” shows the amount of disk space used and disk space
available on every file system containing each filesystem’s name and its
a. df -h
command “df -h” shows the same result as the command “df” but now the
data is in a more human-readable form which can be easily comprehended
by a new user.
Syntax: df -h
The command “free” displays the amount of free and used memory in the complete system.
The command “ps” which is also known as process status command is
used to provide information about the processes currently running on
the system, including their respective process identification
command “uptime” provides information about how long the system has
been running in one line. Result for this command includes the current
time, the time duration system has been running for, the number of users
who are currently logged on, and the system load averages for the past
1, 5, and 15 minutes respectively.
The command “w” displays the detailed information about the users who are logged in the system currently.
The command “passwd” stands for password and it is used to change the password of the user.
Syntax: passwd user_name
The command “exit” as the name says it is used to exit from the system and log out from the current user.
The command “shutdown” is used to shut down the system.
Commands used for File Handling
command “mkdir” allows users to create directories/folders in the
system. The user running this command must have suitable rights over the
parent directory to create a directory or they will receive an error.
Syntax: mkdir New_Directory’s_Name
Entering the command “mkdir NewDirectory” will create the directory named as NewDirectory in the current directory.
command “rmdir” allows users to remove directories/folders from the
system. The user running this command must have suitable rights over the
parent directory to remove a directory or they will receive an error.
Syntax: rmdir Directory’s_Name
Entering the command “rmdir NewDirectory” will remove the directory named as NewDirectory in the current directory.
The command “rm” is used to remove files from the directory.
Syntax: rm file’s_name
This above-mentioned command will remove the file “Test_File” from the Desktop directory.
The command “mv” is used for two purposes
- To move files or directories from one path to another path in the system.
- To rename a file or folder.
a. “mv” to Move Files
Syntax: mv Source_File_name Destination_File_Name
Consider having two files in a directory (File1 and File2). Entering the command “mv File1 File2” will move data of File1 to File2 and delete source file(i.e. File1) from the system.
b. “mv” to Rename Files
Syntax: mv File_name New_name_for_file
Consider having two files in a directory (File1 and File2). Entering the command “mv File1 File_Rename” will rename File1 to File_Rename in the same directory.
command “cp” is used to copy data from a source file to the destination
file. Its function is almost like the command “mv”. The only difference
is by using the command “cp” the source file is not removed from the
directory after its data is moved to the destination file.
Syntax: cp source_file_name destination_file_name
cp A B
Consider having two files (A and B) in Desktop Directory. Entering the command “cp A B” will copy all the data from file A to file B and user can still access both files (A and B).
The command “cat” is a reverse of the command “tac”. It is used to display each line of the file starting from the first row and finishing on its last row.
This command is more frequently used than “tac”.
Syntax: cat file_name
Consider having a file named Test_File as shown below, “cat” command will display its data on the screen.
cat File1 File2
Consider having two files (File1 and File2) in the Desktop directory. Via above-mentioned cat command, the User can display data from both the files on their screen.
cat File1 File2 >File_Output
Consider having two files (File1 and File2) in the Desktop directory. Via above-mentioned cat command the user can create a new file (File_Output) and append data from both the files (File1 and File2) into this new file named as File_Output by using operand “>”.
“head” prints the top N rows of data of the given input or file. By
default, it prints the first 10 lines of the specified files.
- head -n File_name
head -5 New_Test.txt
The above-mentioned command will only print first 5 rows of the file New_Test.txt
“tail” prints the last N rows of data of the given input or file. By
default, it prints the last 10 lines of the specified files.
- tail -n File_name
tail -5 New_Test.txt
The above-mentioned command will only print last 5 rows of the file New_Test.txt.
The command “echo” used to display any expression that is passed as an argument.
This command displays the expression “user” on the screen.
The command “grep” is used to search for a text in the specified file/folder.
Syntax: grep “expression_to_be_Searched” file_name_to_search_in
grep “Are” B
The above-mentioned command will search for the word “Are” in the text of the file B.
The command “zip” is used to compress one or more files and store them in a new file with .zip extension.
Syntax: zip new_zip_file_name.zip
zip Files.zip Check.txt Test.txt Output.txt
The above-mentioned command will compress all three files (Check.txt, and Test.txt and Output.txt) and store these in a new file which we’re creating through this command i.e. Files.zip.
The command “unzip” is used to decompress a .zip file and extract all the files within to current directory.
Syntax: unzip zip_file_name.zip
Consider having a zip File named as Files.zip with a compressed .txt file in it. The above-mentioned command will help you unzip the file (Files.zip) and extract the .txt file from it to the current directory.
The command “sudo -I” is used to continue the session as a root user which has a lot more privileges than normal system user.
Syntax: sudo -i
The simple command “history” displays the list of all commands entered since the user started the session.
Note: To clear all the previous history use command “history -c”.
The command of “help” provides you help to learn about all the built-in commands.
The command of “man” stands for manual and it is used to display the user manual of any built-in Linux command.
Syntax: man command_name
This command displays the user manual of the built-in Linux command “vim”.
The command “dir” stands for directory and it is used to display the list of all directories or folder in the current directory.
The command “ls” displays the list of all directories, folder, and files present in the current directory.
- Ls -ltr
The above-mentioned command displays the name of directories, folders, and files
The above-mentioned command displays the name of directories, folders, files with their respective owner name, group’s name and rights your user have over these.
The command “cd” stands for change directory and it is used to change the current directory user is operating in via Terminal.
- cd destination_directory’s_name (to move forward from your current directory to the next directory within current directory)
- cd .. (to move back in the previous directory from your current directory)
This command takes you from Directory /home/user to the destination directory which is /home/user/Desktop.
Note: You cannot only use cd when the destination directory is within your current directory.
This command takes you from directory /home/user/Desktop back to /home/user.
The command “pwd” displays the path of the current directory user is operating in via Terminal.
The command “clear” is to clear the screen of Terminal.
The command “whereis” is self-explanatory, as it displays the path where the package for specific built-in Linux command locates.
Syntax: whereis command_name
“whatis” is also self-explanatory, as it displays a brief description
of what is the functionality of specific built-in Linux command.
Syntax: whatis command_name
With this, we wish you all the luck for your journey with Ubuntu! You will find the OS difficult initially, however with the commands and instructions given above, you will save a lot of time. A strong grip over the Linux Terminal is what makes the user dominant over the system.February 28, 2019
Error messages like ‘import failed’, ‘connection failed’ and ‘connection time out’, the possible reasons are listed as follows:
1, Bad network condition. We can test the network by ‘Ping’ command.
2, Check whether the management port/server port has been opened if you want to add the device via WAN IP.
3, Incorrect user name or password.
4, IP address or Mac address is locked. We need to confirm with administrator.