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    ‎07-30-2019 08:54 PM
    Problem: Configuration Manager does not display all camera configuration menus for cameras with fimware v7.10+     Resolution: Upgrade Configuration Manager to v6.20 or higher.  It is available on the  Download Store        
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    ‎07-30-2019 07:37 PM
    Problem: When installing Configuration Manager v6.20.0102 on Windows 10 and error message is received during installation of .NET Framework v4.7.2 that states: Blocking Issues: The .NET Framework 4.7.2 is not supported on this operating system.     Cause:   Windows 10 requires frequent updates that must be installed to keep the system compatible with new software installations.   Windows 10 periodically releases a features update package that provides new features and compatibility.  These are required for version of .NET framework installation.    Windows 10 release Information Feature updates for Windows 10 are released twice a year, around March and September, via the Semi-Annual Channel and will be serviced with monthly quality updates for 18 months from the date of the release. We recommend that you begin deployment of each Semi-Annual Channel release immediately as a targeted deployment to devices selected for early adoption and ramp up to full deployment at your discretion. This will enable you to gain access to new features, experiences, and integrated security as soon as possible. Above except from Microsoft's Windows 10 Release information document:  https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/release-information/     Resolution: Option 1 - This option  will require an active internet connection.   Using the windows search function (Windows key+S), search for "Windows Update Setting" Click "Check for Updates" Install all available updates Option 2 - This option will not require an internet connection.  It will require multiple steps be performed per the Microsoft websites guidelines to create and burn a windows update DVD using a downloadable .ISO file provided directly from Microsoft.  You can find these instructions and links on Microsoft's website here:  https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/software-download/windows10
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    ‎06-06-2019 03:13 PM
    Background information: The Bosch Video Client is a 32bit application, CFM 5.50 and newer are 64bit applictions. 32bit applications can only R/W 32bit files (where as 64bit applications can R/W to both 32 & 64bit files), so in order for BVC to access the CFM database, this database also needs to be 32bit. Problem Description: If you need to configure newer devices with newer FW, you will need to install the relavant CFM version (e.g. CPP 7.3 Camera with FW 7.10.xxxx would require min CFM 6.20.xxxx), by installing the new CFM this will upgrade the original database to 64bit. Leading to an issue that BVC can not open the database! Solution: Reinstall CFM <5.5.x once more which will cause the database to be migrated back to 32bit. Important Notes: Strong database encryption must not be activated, otherwise BVC will fail to start.
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    ‎12-06-2018 03:48 PM
    For larger projects, where many cameras need to be commissioned, the question might come up on how to tackle it in the most efficient way using the Project Assistant. In the end, a Project Assistant file can comprise up to 500 cameras. Especially if multiple contributors perform the commissioning step in parallel, you need an appropriate approach. For visualization reasons, let's use a simple example. Let's imagine we have a project that comprises 500 new cameras in total. 250 cameras for building A and another 250 cameras for building B. Here are two options: Creating multiple (sub-) projects and merge them in Configuation Manager If you cannot use Dropbox for synchronisation via the cloud, you can simply create 2 projects - one for building A and one for building B. Both projects can be prepared ahead of time, e.g. in the office, and exported in order to share them. Sharing the exported as well as encrypted project files can be done via E-mail, thumb drive, any of the major cloud storage services, etc.*. Now let's assume that there is one contributor working on building A and one working on building B. After each contributor has commissioned his or her 250 cameras each, they can themselves export the project files. To re-combine or merge both sub-projects, we have introduced a Project Assistant project file import feature in our Bosch Configuration Manager 6.10. This feature allows you to conveniently import multiple project files at once and to easily integrate them into your existing system structure. Please, check out the corresponding "How to import project files into Configuration Manager 6.10" article in this community. * Restrictions due to project file size might apply depending on the sharing medium. The synchronization functionality is only available for Dropbox. Using the Dropbox Synchronization feature This feature let's you plan and preprare a project ahead of time, e.g. in the office, which can then be shared via Dropbox with multiple other contributors as needed. That means everyone that was "invited" to work on this project has access to the same project file, where there is only one "master" version residing in the cloud that is accessed and synchronized via Dropbox. Consequently, you can avoid managing multiple versions of the same project file. Therefore, depending on the internet connectivity of all contributor's devices, you can see the real-time progress of the project, no matter if you are in building A, building B or even in the office. All updates to the project are immediately synced via Dropbox among all contributors. If you want to know how to setup it up, please check out the following videos:   Of course, the Project Assistant project file import feature in our Bosch Configuration Manager 6.10 is also available for futher configuration and system integration for this option, as well.
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    ‎12-06-2018 09:40 AM
    With the introduction of the Configuration Manager 6.10, we will make the transition from one tool to the other smoother by offering an import feature, which allows you to import all cameras from a .bpassist project file without having to re-enter the individual credentials of each device. The feature allows you to: import one or multiple encrypted .bpassist project files at once automatic integration of device credentials check the software seal information to make sure configuration of each device has not been tampered with integrate the project file grouping into your existing structure create a backup of your system configuration after a successful import   Example: Go to the "Tools" menu and select "Import Project Assistant File..."    Select one or more .bpassist files that you want to import    After entering the project file passwords, the Configuration Manager can decypt the files and you will then be prompted with an overview of the project file content Choose where in your existing structure you want to integrate the new devices ("Import to group" section) Verify project file content Select, whether you want to create a backup after import Select, whether you want to keep the project file groups after import After successful import, you can find all newly added devices in your target directory  
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    ‎02-12-2019 02:22 PM
    In BVC 1.5 and BVC 1.6 the Forensic Search option (IVA) is not visible in the GUI anymore.
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