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faq:backup [2018/05/11 11:53]
ptomkinson [Getting everyone out]
faq:backup [2018/08/21 16:08]
ptomkinson [How to Export the PCI Keys]
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 ===== How to Export the PCI Keys ===== ===== How to Export the PCI Keys =====
  
-Open the setup wizard and scroll down in the left hand window and click on Credit/​Debit Card Verification Options+Open the setup wizard and scroll down in the left hand window and click on Payment Processing
-In the right hand window you will see a blue Hyperlink that says PCI Compliance Check. Click on it.+In the right hand window, in the Credit Card Info tab, you will see a blue Hyperlink that says PCI Compliance Check. Click on it.
 This will open another popup that says PCI Check - Payment Card Industry Security Program. This will open another popup that says PCI Check - Payment Card Industry Security Program.
 Click on the Key Management button. Click on the Key Management button.
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   - Have your backup program create a file GETOUT!.NOW in the data folder. ​ Any users still signed in will receive a three minute warning before the system will shut them down. Note, make sure that after your backup is complete, the GETOUT!.NOW file is deleted. If it is not, then you will be unable to login to System Five.   - Have your backup program create a file GETOUT!.NOW in the data folder. ​ Any users still signed in will receive a three minute warning before the system will shut them down. Note, make sure that after your backup is complete, the GETOUT!.NOW file is deleted. If it is not, then you will be unable to login to System Five.
   - In the Setup Wizard, Enable the "Time Out Settings"​ to have a time period when users can not sign in.   - In the Setup Wizard, Enable the "Time Out Settings"​ to have a time period when users can not sign in.
-  - Alternatively,​ to confirm that everyone is out of the Live environment run File Check (Setup Tools --> Utilities --> File Check). ​ Click the "​Continue,​ I have done a backup"​ button. ​ The next screen displays a "List of Users Signed in" to the current environment. ​ If there are no users signed in to the environment,​ this screen should not list any users. ​ Click Quit to exit. *Note: This method will not prevent users from logging in after confirming everyone is out via the file check or subsequently anytime during the Backup procedure.+  - Alternatively,​ to confirm that everyone is out of the Live environment run File Check (Setup Tools --> Utilities --> File Check). ​ Click the "​Continue,​ I have done a backup"​ button. ​ The next screen displays a "List of Users Signed in" to the current environment. ​ If there are no users signed in to the environment,​ this screen should not list any users. ​ Click Quit to exit. ***Note:** This method will not prevent users from logging in after confirming everyone is out via the file check or subsequently anytime during the Backup procedure.
  
  
faq/backup.txt · Last modified: 2019/02/20 13:29 by ehansen