Submitting the OEMAuthCodes.oem File
OEM Conversions cannot be done utilizing Access It! Lite.NET
1. Configure the board to communicate to the Access It! Universal.NET application
The comm status must report Invalid OEM before proceeding.
2. Stop the Access It Universal.NET service using the Service Manager (Start | Programs | Access It! Universal.NET | Server Utilities)
The services must be stopped from the Access It! Universal server machine.
3. Open the OpenAppData folder (Start | Programs | Access It! Universal.NET | Client Utilities)
The Appdata folder is normally a hidden folder located at: C:\ProgramData\RS2 Technologies, LLC\Access It! Universal\
For more information on viewing hidden folders visit Microsoft Support
4. OEMAuthCodes.oem is found within the OpenAppData folder
5. Copy OEMAuthCodes.oem to an easy to find location such as the desktop
6. Navigate to the OEM Certificates Management section of the RS2tech.com website
7. Click the Reset OEM Codes link at the bottom of the page
8. Click on the Choose File button below
9. Navigate to the location of the OEMAuthcodes.oem file and select it
10. Click the Open button
11. Click the Convert OEM File button
- Open the OpenAppData folder (Start | Programs | Access It! l Utilities)
- Replace the OEMAuthCodes.oem file with the updated version sent to your email
- Stop the Access It! services using the service manager (Start | Programs | Access It! | Utilities)
Services must be stopped from Access It! server machine.
- Start the Access It! services using the service manager (Start | Programs | Access It! | Utilities)
Services must be started from Access It! server machine.
- If the Mercury panel(s) still report Invalid OEM Code, edit and save the panel
If successful, panel will report a communication status of Normal.