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  • Access Control Failure App

    Evening All,

    I'm suffering from a lack of imagination at the moment....

    I want to use Access Control to prevent the garage mechanics 'playing with the gadget' but don't intend on recording, gps tracking or SMS alerts, just denied access.

    If I set the FailureApp to a shutdown script and the system shuts down, would the eventual ACPI pulse from ignition off restart the system? Or should I just set it to do nothing? What have fellow Access Control users done for a FailureApp? Your suggestion will be very helpful for me to create a plan.

    Many thanks for your help E. I've already posted this on Digital-Car, so apologies to those that have seen this already, but I wanted to widen the demographic. Your feedback and suggestions is greatly appreciated.

    Cheers guys,
    Dave
    Vauxhall Astra SXi Car PC installed.

  • #2
    And do people just put this in the startup folder or is there another, more secure application loading method?

    Cheers,
    Dave
    Vauxhall Astra SXi Car PC installed.

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    • #3
      For mine, I have a windows service wrapper; that starts when windows starts; and in my frontend, I use COM, to ensure that my access control panel is "happy". (literally, I use "if NOT WACP.happy then WACP.connect()", in my frontend, haha

      however, my access control is a bit different.. it connects to my phone, and verifies the bluetooth serial number, instead of inputting a password.

      peace
      Mike

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      • #4
        Originally posted by conjur View Post
        For mine, I have a windows service wrapper; that starts when windows starts; and in my frontend, I use COM, to ensure that my access control panel is "happy". (literally, I use "if NOT WACP.happy then WACP.connect()", in my frontend, haha

        however, my access control is a bit different.. it connects to my phone, and verifies the bluetooth serial number, instead of inputting a password.

        peace
        Mike
        It sounds very customised. Probably a bit 'out of my league' but great stuff, I'm impressed!

        Cheers,
        Dave
        Vauxhall Astra SXi Car PC installed.

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        • #5
          You gotta upload the source or a program for that it sounds ideal
          Mileage Calculator and logger in progress check it out :)
          http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...italcarsig.jpg

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          • #6
            Well Davefocus is taking about AccessControl, which is in my sig, which does, keycode entry, fingerprint scanner, and USB Key authentication, will record audio or/and video and run apps on successful or unsuccesful code entry.


            But conjr has given me an idea of another authentication possibility. hmmmm.

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