Tuesday, 31 July 2012
New EFTPOS Installer PXPP Functionality
EFTPOS Installer PXPP version 220.127.116.11 has been released, this is now included in the production installers on the website. There is one important function to be aware of with the new release:
PIN entry is a new security function to prevent unauthorised swapping of terminals. When a terminal is disconnected a prompt will be displayed:
Please ensure a supervisor or manager is present prior to the installation process. The merchant should be instructed to enter a PIN number of their choice the first time EFTPOS installer is installed. When the PINpad is re-connected or EFTPOS (PXPP) service is restarted the prompt will re-appear and will need the PIN to match.
Note: If no PIN is entered and OK is pressed, the dialog will close and the terminal will be unable to logon because the terminal is expecting a PIN without displaying the dialog. To resolve the issue restart the EFTPOS (PXPP) service.
If you have any password related issues please contact our support line