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    							Camera Setup
    If you select [Easy Installation], confirm the software that will be installed and click [Next].
    If you select [Custom Installation], select the  software to be installed and click [Next].
    The User License Agreement screen is displayed.
    4Select the installation method.
    5Confirm or select the software that will be installed. 
    Installation starts.
    The Camera Management Tool icon and Recorded Video Utility icon will be displayed on the desktop.
    6Read through the user license agreement and click [Yes] if you accept it.
    7Click [Exit] or [Reboot]. 
    							Camera Setup
    Camera configuration and operation may be blocked, depending on the security functions of the operating system and web 
    Change or check security settings beforehand.
    Checking Firewall Settings
    To use the Camera Management Tool on computers where Windows Firewall is enabled, you may need to add the Camera 
    Management Tool as an application a llowed to communicate via the firewall.
    Even if you do not perform the following steps, you can still ad d the Camera Management Tool with the [Windows Security Alert] dialog box 
    that is displayed when you launch the software (P. 38).
    Checking/Configuring Security Settings
    Click [System and Security] > [Windows Firewall] in [Control Panel].
    2Click [Allow an app or feature through Windows Firewall]. 
    Adding the Camera IP Address as a Trusted Site
    When the security level for internet sites and intranet sites is se t to [High], it is necessary to add the IP address of the 
    camera to the list of trusted sites.
    Set the camera IP address with the Camera Management Tool (P. 40).
    3Click [Change settings] > [Allow another app].
    4Select [Camera Management Tool] and click [Add].
    1Click [Network and Internet] > [Int ernet Options] in [Control Panel].
    2Click the [Security] tab. 
    							Camera Setup
    The [Trusted sites] dialog box is displayed.
     Clear the [Require server verification (https:) for  all sites in this zone] checkbox if it is selected.
    The camera’s IP address will be added to the [Websites] list.
     You can add IP addresses for multiple cameras by  using a wildcard (*) when entering the IP address.
    For example, if you enter “192.160.1.*”, all  cameras that share the “192.160.1” portion of the address will be added as trusted  
    Settings When Using Windows Server
     Adding “about:internet” and the Camera Host Name
    The Viewer and the Setting Page will not launch when IE ES C (Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration) is 
    enabled in Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2012.
    Before using the tools, add “about:int ernet” and the host name for the connected camera in the Internet Explorer 
    “local intranet” or “trusted sites” list.
    3Click [Trusted sites] > [Sites].
    4Enter the IP address of the camera under [Add  this website to the zone], then click [Add]. 
    Security Settings When Using an SSL/TLS Connection
    When an SSL/TLS connection to the camera is made from  a web browser (Internet Explorer 9/10/11) in Windows 
    Server 2008/Windows Server 2012, the fo llowing operations may cause the blocked content dialog box to display, 
    and prevent further operation.
     The launching of the Viewer and the Setting Page
     Audio reception from the Viewer
    This occurs when Internet Explorer Enhanc ed Security Configuration (IE ESC) is enabled in Internet Explorer 9/10/11. 
    Use the procedures below  to change this setting.
    Sound Settings for Using the Audio Functions
    In Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2012, the sound function is disabled by default.
    To use audio functions with the viewer, follow  the steps below to enable the sound function.
    When “about:internet” is added, the security level in Windows 7  is the same as when using Internet Explorer. After using the 
    Viewer and the Setting Page, it is recommended that you remove “about:internet” and the camera host name as necessary and 
    restore the original security level.
    1Click [Network and Internet] > [Int ernet Options] in [Control Panel].
    2Click the [Advanced] tab.
    3Clear the [Do not save encrypted pages to disk] checkbox in [Security].
    Note that when Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration  is turned back on, the [Do not save encrypted pages to disk] 
    checkbox also becomes enabled.
    1Open [Control Panel] and click [Hardware]. 
    							Camera Setup
    The [Audio Service Not Running] dialog box is displayed.
    The [Sound] dialog box is displayed.
    If no audio device is installed, refer to your computer manual.
    2Click [Sound].
    3Click [Yes].
    4Click the [Playback] tab to confirm that an audio device has been installed. 
    To use a camera, it is necessary to first set the administrator account for the camera, then configure the network settings, 
    and then connect the camera and computer  via the network. Use the Camera Management Tool to configure these settings.
    This section describes the procedure for configuring the initial  settings for a camera with the factory default settings, such 
    as the administrator account  and the network settings using the Camera Management Tool.
    For details on using the Camera Management Tool, pleas e refer to “Camera Management Tool User Manual”.
    Launching the Camera Management Tool
    Launch the Camera Management Tool that was installed onto the computer from the setup CD-ROM.
    The Camera Management Tool launches and the main screen is displayed.
    Searching for Cameras
    Search for cameras connected to the same network as the comp uter in which the Camera Management Tool is installed, 
    and add them to the camera list.
    Cameras with the factory default settings are configured to obta in an IP address from the DHCP server. Detect the camera using  a DHCP 
    environment or an IPv6 environment.
    Configuring Initial Camera Settings
    Connect the camera and computer to the same network and turn on the power.
    2Double-click the [Camera Management Tool] icon on the desktop. 
    							Camera Setup
    The [Search Cameras] dialog box is displayed.
    Detected cameras will be displayed in the camera list.
    When a dialog indicating that a camera requiring an administrator to be registered has been found, click [OK].
    Registering the Administrator Account
    Register the administrator account for cameras with  [Admin Required] displayed for [Connection Status].
    The [Register Administrator Account] dialog box is displayed.
    1Click the [Search Cameras] icon.
    2Click [Search].
    1Select a camera in the camera li st and click the [Camera Settings] > [Register Administrator Account].
    Alternatively, double-click [Admin Required] for [Connection Status]. 
    (1) [Administrator Name]Enter the administrator name using only alphanu meric characters, hyphens, and underscores.
    (2) [Administrator Password] Enter the Admini strator Password.
    (3) [Confirm Administrator Password] Enter the administrator pass word again for confirmation.
    A dialog confirming whether you want  to reboot the camera is displayed.
    Click [OK] to reboot the camera.
    [Connection Status] will change to [Conne ctable] after the camera is rebooted.
    Setting up Networks
    Configure the network settings of the camera.
    Select the camera in the camera list, click [Network] in [C amera Settings] > [Basic Camera Settings], and configure the 
    The Camera Management Tool also enables you to select  multiple cameras from the camera list to configure.
    2Set the Administrator Name and Administrator Password.
    3Click [OK].
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