Inner Range updates focus on system warning and translation improvements

Inner Range

Inner Range’s latest upgrades to its Enterprise-level system, Integriti and its integrated security access control system, Inception, feature system warning and product support improvements. 

Version 23 of Integriti includes enhancements to system warnings, translation architecture and improvements such as firmware updates and installation packages which will make Integriti easier to use and more efficient. 

Redesigned system warnings

The user interface for viewing and dealing with outstanding system warnings has been redesigned to increase the visibility of problems in the system so they can be resolved more easily.

Potential problems in the system will be immediately noticeable so they can be looked at quickly, which will prevent long term issues.

All system warnings are now grouped into one of three top-level categories: hardware, system health, integration, and a summary for each is displayed at the top of the system warning dialog, making it easy to identify which areas of the software has problems.

The system warnings can be filtered down by type and category. They can also be suppressed to allow those caused by known factors to be removed from the dialog until they are ready to be addressed.

On upgrading to v23.0 all existing system warnings will be deleted, but warnings which are still applicable will be automatically regenerated over time after starting Integriti services and reconnecting to Controllers.

Translating Integriti software

This has received several improvements to help in translating the Integriti software for use in different cultures.

Updates include simplifying the selection of the translation language for the software, right-to-left support and support for translating Integriti software integrations.

The improvements will offer more flexibility at multi-lingual sites, allowing the Integriti language to differ from the system language.

Right-to-left support

Any language which is usually written from right-to-left will now display in a right-to-left format in Integriti.

Translation files can be generated and loaded in the same way as the Integriti software, with individual integration template files being made available with all new integration releases.

Integrations will automatically use the same translation language as the Integriti software.

Further improvements

  • The Navigation Tree will be sorted alphabetically by default, with site/keywords grouped at the top and all hardware grouped at the bottom.
  • Firmware will be automatically updated with the latest available versions as new versions of Integriti are installed.
  • Added support for Duo 2FA and formal support for Microsoft Authenticator to authenticate operators logging into Integriti clients.
  • The option to automatically delete visitors, and their associated users, after they have checked out.

Tim Northwood, Inner Range’s Sales Director, said: “One of the things we pride ourselves on is providing our integrators and tech support with effective solutions to quickly deal with any problems which arise.

“The latest Integriti updates have been developed to speed up processes, make it more accessible to everyone, and to allow our technicians and integrators to work remotely and solve issues far more quickly than if they had to be on site.”

Inception’s latest release, version 5.1.0, includes updates for OSDP reader management, reports, output control, area arm notifications, calendars, Ethernet Bridges, and other fixes.

New features and updates include French Canadian translation and the option to change addresses of OSDP readers to improve the two-way communication between access control systems.


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