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Brainware Intelligent Capture: Administration

SECTION 1: Course Instruction

01 Introduction 2 m
02 Installing Brainware Intelligent Capture 5 m
03 Storing and Applying a License File 4 m
04 ACTIVITY: Creating Binding Details for Hyland Support 2 m
05 ACTIVITY: Applying a New License 2 m
06 Configuring the Config Files 3 m
07 ACTIVITY: Configuring the Config Files 2 m
08 Encrypting a Password 4 m
09 ACTIVITY: Encrypting a Password 2 m
10 Managing Users in Designer 6 m
11 ACTIVITY: Managing Users 1 m
12 Understanding Document and Batch States 2 m
13 Starting and Stopping the Runtime Service 2 m
14 Importing Images 3 m
15 Setting Up Verifier on a User's Machine or Terminal Server 4 m
16 Manually Configuring Verifier 3 m
17 ACTIVITY: Configuring Verifier 4 m
18 Finding Out Who Is Currently Logged into Verifier 1 m
19 Finding Your Version of Brainware Intelligent Capture 1 m
20 Creating Backup Files 3 m
21 Creating a Project Database Backup 2 m
22 ACTIVITY: Creating Backups 4 m
23 Conclusion 1 m

SECTION 2: Final Assessment (Earn 80% or higher to earn credit)

24 Final Assessment 15 m

Learn how to perform everyday Brainware Intelligent Capture administration tasks.

Discover insider tips and techniques that will help you become a more efficient and effective Brainware Intelligent Capture administrator.

  • Premium
  • P1694
  • Beginner
  • 1 hr 18 mins
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Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics Covered
  • Generating binding details before requesting a new license
  • Encrypting a password using the Command Prompt
  • Creating new user groups
  • Keeping an RTS instance from freezing
  • Using a Bad Images folder during import
  • Viewing licensing details
  • Identifying which databases to backup using table names