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    							Notes on Operating Environment
    Before Use
    „Enabling the Sound Function to Use Audio
    In Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2012, the sound 
    function is disabled by default. 
    To receive audio with the Viewer, follow the steps below to 
    enable the sound function.
    If [Control Panel] is in the classic view, double-click [Sound]. 
    Note that when IE 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]. 
    2Click [Sound]. 
    3When the [Audio Service Not Running] message 
    appears, click [Yes]. 
    4The [Sound] dialog box appears. 
    Click the [Playback] tab to confirm that an audio device 
    has been installed. (If no audio device is installed, refer 
    to your computer manual.) 
    							Chapter 2
    Initial Settings
    ❏Preparing the Camera for Use
    ❏Installing the Necessary Software
    ❏Initial Settings
    ❏ Access the Top Page of the Camera to Check Video 
    Preparing the Camera for Use
    Performing Initial Settings for the Camera
    Before installing the camera, read this chapter and use the Camera Management Tool to 
    configure the IP address. 
    “Installing the Necessary Software” (p. 26)
    “Making Initial Camera Settings” (p. 28) 
    Checking Video
    When initial settings are complete, access the camera via a web browser and check the 
    video using the VB Viewer.
    “Access the Top Page of the Camera to Check Video” (p. 31)
    Installing the Camera
    Install the camera to suit the operating environment it will be used in.
    “Installation Guide”
    Configuring the Camera from the Setting Page
    The setting page lets you configure basic camera settings, network operations, user 
    registration, and access restrictions.
    “Chapter 3 Setting Page”
    Using Admin Tools
    Admin Tools let you set viewing restrictions, make preset settings, and make settings for 
    using intelligent functions. In addition, you can review logs to check on the camera’s 
    operation status.
    “Chapter 4 Admin Tools”
    Using Admin Viewer/VB Viewer
    The camera’s built-in Admin Viewer/VB Viewer features an Admin Viewer for 
    administrators and a VB Viewer for guest users. Use the VB viewer to check distribution to 
    guest users and Admin Viewer to check all operations.
    “Chapter 5 Admin Viewer/VB Viewer” 
    							Preparing the Camera for Use
    Initial Settings
    If an error message appears or the camera fails to operate correctly, see the error 
    message and log message information in “Chapter 6 Appendix”.
    “Chapter 6 Appendix”
    Before starting operations, make sure that the setting page and Admin Tools settings are functioning correctly. 
    Install the following software to perform initial settings for the camera.
     Camera Management Tool: Software required for performing initial camera settings and maintenance
     Admin Tools Certificate: An electronic certificate that is required for using Admin Viewer and Admin Tools
     .NET Framework 3.5 SP1/.NET Framework 4.5: The execution environment required for network camera software (not 
    required if already installed on the computer)
    You can perform either an Easy Installation or a Custom Installation of the software.
     All computer users will be able to use Admin Viewer and Admin Tools if the Admin Tools certificate was installed by the installer.
     Select [Custom Installation] and install only the “Admin Tools Certificate” if you intend to use the Admin Viewer and Admin Tools on a 
    computer other than the one where the Camera Management Tool is installed.
    The installation screen appears.
    If the [User Account Control] screen appears, click [Yes] or 
    [Easy Installation]: Camera Management Tool and 
    Admin Tools certificate are installed.[Custom Installation]: The user can select and install 
    desired software.
    The User License Agreement screen appears.
    Installation starts.
    Installing the Necessary Software
    1Insert the Setup CD-ROM included in the camera in 
    the disc drive on the computer.
    2After confirming that all other applications have been 
    closed, click the [Start] menu > [My Computer].
    3Double-click the CD-ROM icon > [Applications] folder 
    > [VBToolsInstall.exe].
    4Select the installation method.
    5After selecting [Easy Installation], click [Next] and after 
    selecting [Custom Installation], select the checkboxes 
    of the software you want to install and click [Next].
    6Read through the user license agreement and click 
    [Yes] if you accept it.
    7When the installation complete screen appears, click 
    [Exit] or [Reboot]. 
    							Installing the Necessary Software
    Initial Settings
    The Camera Management Tool icon appears on the 
    To use the camera, you must first set the network settings 
    for the camera and then establish a network connection 
    between the camera and a computer. Use Camera 
    Management Tool for these settings.
    This section will explain, in addition to network settings, 
    how to set the camera name, the date and time and other 
    settings. It will also explain how to use the Camera 
    Management Tool to make initial camera settings.
     For details on using Camera Management Tool, please refer to 
    “Camera Management Tool User Manual”.
     The settings made here will be reflected in the settings on the 
    Setting Page (p. 35).
    Launch the Camera Management Tool
    Launch the Camera Management Tool that was installed 
    onto the computer from the setup CD-ROM.
    Please refer to “Installation Guide” > “Connecting the 
    Camera Management Tool launches and the [Camera 
    Search Settings] dialog box appears.
    The Camera Management Tool main screen will 
    Searching for Cameras and Setting up 
    This will explain network settings so you can search for 
    network connected cameras and connect to them from a 
    The examples will be for setting one camera. The Camera 
    Management Tool, however, can set multiple cameras at 
    the same time.
    Detected cameras will appear in the camera list.
    The [Basic Camera Settings] dialog box appears.
    (1) [IPv4 Address Setting Method]
    Select the method for setting the IPv4 address.
    If [Manual] is selected, directly enter values that suit 
    the environment in which the camera is used.
    If [Auto (DHCP)] is selected, the value automatically 
    acquired from the DHCP server will be entered in [IPv4 
    Address], [Subnet Mask] and [IPv4 Default Gateway 
    Making Initial Camera Settings
    1Connect the camera and computer to the network and 
    turn on the power.
    2Double-click the [Camera Management Tool] icon on 
    the desktop.
    3Enter the factory default password (“camera”) into 
    [Administrator Password] and click [OK].
    1Click the [Search Camera] icon.
    2Select a camera in the camera list and click the [Basic 
    Camera Settings] icon.
    3Set each of the [Network] items.
    (5) (2)
    							Making Initial Camera Settings
    Initial Settings
    (2) [IPv4 Address]
    If you selected [IPv4 Address Setting Method] > 
    [Manual], enter a fixed IPv4 address.
    (3) [Subnet Mask]
    If you selected [IPv4 Address Setting Method] > 
    [Manual], enter the designated subnet mask values for 
    each network.
    (4) [Enter a default gateway address] checkbox
    Select this to manually set the default gateway 
    (5) [IPv4 Default Gateway Address]
    Be sure to set this if you select [IPv4 Address Setting 
    Method] > [Manual] and connect to the camera with a 
    different subnet than that of the viewer.
    (6) [AutoIP]
    Select this to enable or disable AutoIP.
    (7) [IPv4 Address (AutoIP)]
    When [Enable] is selected for [AutoIP], an 
    automatically set IPv4 address is displayed.
    The camera will restart and the settings will take 
    When you click [OK], other settings in ([Password], 
    [Date and Time], [Camera], [Video]) [Basic Camera 
    Settings] will also take effect.
    Set the Password, Date and Time, Camera 
    Name and Video
    Set basic camera information, such as the camera name, 
    administrator password and date.
    Once you have entered information for each item, click 
    „Password Setting
    Click [Password] and set the administrator password.
    „Date and Time Settings
    Click [Date and Time] and make settings such as the 
    camera date and time setting method, time zone, and 
    daylight saving time.
    For details on each item, please refer to “Setting” (p. 44) 
    in “[Date and Time] Setting Date and Time”.
    „Camera Name Setting
    Click [Camera] and set the camera name displayed in the 
    viewers and other software.
    For setting details, please refer to “Camera Name” (p. 46) 
    in “[Camera] Setting Initial Camera Settings and External 
    Device Name”.
    4Click [OK].
    To ensure system security, be sure to change the administrator 
    password. Do not forget the new password. 
    „Video Settings
    Click [Video] and configure the size and quality settings of 
    the video transmitted from the camera.
    For setting details, please refer to “[Video] Setting Video 
    Size, Quality and Frame Rate” (p. 50).
    Registering Camera’s IP Address to 
    Trusted Sites
    With Internet Explorer 9 or greater and Windows Server 
    2008/Windows Server 2012, Internet Explorer’s security 
    level for Internet and intranet sites is set to [High] by 
    As a result, it may be necessary to register the camera’s 
    IP address as a trusted site to access the Admin Viewer/
    VB Viewer, Setting Page or Admin Tools.
    A confirmation message appears.
    The camera will be registered as a trusted site for 
    Internet Explorer.
    The registered information will be loaded when Internet Explorer 
    is restarted. Close and restart Internet Explorer if it is running.
    1Select a camera from the camera list.
    2Click [Maintenance] menu > [Add to Trusted Sites].
    3Click [Yes]. 
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