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 Post subject: Need help from a milestone GURU.
PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2014 11:49 am 
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Hi All, Could use your expertise in a problem I am having.

Right now I am protecting a site between the hours of 5pm - 8am mon thru friday and 24hrs on weekends.

I've had no problem in creating a schedule to have alarms for that period.

My Problem is that the client has now decided to allow select workers onto the site on weekends and my alarms
are continually going off driving people buggy in the monitoring centre. Being human I need time off sometime and I can't be coming in or remoting into the clients system to enable disable alarms.

I need a solution to temporarily disable an alarm (think of like a button click or something)

I have a perimeter defence of PTZ's and thermals, those are all fine. Its the interior cameras with video motion
in the green houses and interior hallways and offices, that are firing off.

I'm running Milestone Xprotect professional 2013
in a master slave relationship. The master has the alarms and all scheduling.

I was thinking if I could somehow build an event to turn the alarms of and on. . .

Any Suggestions?

Mark Roberts

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 Post subject: Re: Need help from a milestone GURU.
PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2014 10:41 am 
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You should post your question in the Milestone support forums. They've been good about answering all my questions.

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