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Barco NV Beneluxpark 21, 8500 Kortrijk, Belgium barco.com/en/support barco.com Registered address: Barco NV President Kennedypark 35, 8500 Kortrijk, Belgium barco.com/en/support barco.com Changes Barco provides this manual 'as is' without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties or merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Barco may make improvements and/or changes to the product(s) and/or the program(s) described in this publication at any time without notice. This publication could contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Changes are periodically made to the information in this publication; these changes are incorporated in new editions of this publication. The latest edition of Barco manuals can be downloaded from the Barco web site barco.com or from the secured Barco web site barco.com/en/signin. Copyright © All rights reserved. No part of this document may be copied, reproduced or translated. It shall not otherwise be recorded, transmitted or stored in a retrieval system without the prior written consent of Barco. Trademarks USB Type-CTM and USB-CTM are trademarks of USB Implementers Forum. Trademarks Brand and product names mentioned in this manual may be trademarks, registered trademarks or copyrights of their respective holders. All brand and product names mentioned in this manual serve as comments or examples and are not to be understood as advertising for the products or their manufacturers. Product Security Incident Response As a global technology leader, Barco is committed to deliver secure solutions and services to our customers, while protecting Barco’s intellectual property. When product security concerns are received, the product security incident response process will be triggered immediately. To address specific security concerns or to report security issues with Barco products, please inform us via contact details mentioned on barco.com/psirt. 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If this measure proves to be impossible or unsuccessful, the purchaser can demand a reduction in the purchase price or cancellation of the contract. All other claims, in particular those relating to compensation for direct or indirect damage, and also damage attributed to the operation of software as well as to other services provided by Barco, being a component of the system or independent service, will be deemed invalid provided the damage is not proven to be attributed to the absence of properties guaranteed in writing or due to the intent or gross negligence or part of Barco. If the purchaser or a third party carries out modifications or repairs on goods delivered by Barco, or if the goods are handled incorrectly, in particular if the systems are operated incorrectly or if, after the transfer of risks, the goods are subject to influences not agreed upon in the contract, all guarantee claims of the purchaser will be rendered invalid. Not included in the guarantee coverage are system failures which are attributed to programs or special electronic circuitry provided by the purchaser, e.g. interfaces. Normal wear as well as normal maintenance are not subject to the guarantee provided by Barco either. The environmental conditions as well as the servicing and maintenance regulations specified in this manual must be complied with by the customer. Barco ClickShare Product Specific End User License Agreement1 THIS PRODUCT SPECIFIC USER LICENSE AGREEMENT (EULA) TOGETHER WITH THE BARCO GENERAL EULA ATTACHED HERETO SET OUT THE TERMS OF USE OF THE SOFTWARE. PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY BEFORE OPENING OR DOWNLOADING AND USING THE SOFTWARE. DO NOT ACCEPT THE LICENSE, AND DO NOT INSTALL, DOWNLOAD, ACCESS, OR OTHERWISE COPY OR USE ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE SOFTWARE UNLESS YOU CAN AGREE WITH ITS TERMS AS SET OUT IN THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT. 1. Entitlement Barco ClickShare (the “Software”) offered as a wireless presentation solution that includes the respective software components as further detailed in the applicable Documentation. The Software can be used upon purchase from, and subject to payment of the relating purchase price to, a Barco authorized distributor or reseller of the ClickShare base unit and button or download of the authorized ClickShare applications (each a “Barco ClickShare Product”). • Term The Software can be used under the terms of this EULA from the date of first use of the Barco ClickShare Product, for as long as you operate such Barco ClickShare Product. • Deployment and Use The Software shall be used solely in association with a Barco ClickShare Product in accordance with the Documentation issued by Barco for such Product. 2. Support The Software is subject to the warranty conditions outlined in the Barco warranty rider. Maintenance, including the provision of upgrades and updates to the Software, and helpdesk support are available at your option on the terms of Barco’s then current warranty rider. Higher maintenance and support levels can be obtained at the moment of product sale or during the Barco ClickShare Product and/or Software warranty term. Higher maintenance and support levels may be included in the initial transaction if ordered and paid for additionally. It is strongly suggested to maintain the maintenance and support agreement without interruption. Barco reserves the right not to restart maintenance following an interruption by the customer. 3. Terms of Use The Software can be used as set out in the Barco EULA attached hereto. The provisions of this Product Specific EULA override the Barco generic EULA in case of conflicts or inconsistencies. In case of (inadvertent or other) non-compliance (e.g. where the actual use overshoots the use authorized hereunder), Barco shall have the option to suspend access to the Software until the non-compliance is remedied, failing of which Barco may terminate the License Agreement as set out herein. 4. Privacy You are controller for personal data which are being processed via the Software. Therefore, you remain solely responsible for complying with all applicable data protection laws and for implementing and maintaining privacy protection and security measures (especially for components that you provide or control). Barco disclaims any liability in this regard. Barco created a specific privacy policy for the ClickShare software application for mobile devices, which describes the processing of personal data via this application ( barco.com/en/about-barco/legal/privacy-policy/clickshare-app). 5. Other Terms • Open Source components The Software contains software components released under an Open Source license. A list of the third party components used is available in the Software’s README files, through the “My Barco” section of the Barco website or through other (online) means. The applicable license terms, 1: In the event of any differences or inconsistencies between translations of the EULA and the English text of the EULA, the English text will prevail. copyright notices and, as relevant, source code access conditions apply as set out in the Barco EULA attached hereto. • Retention of data Barco right to use and retain Functional Information (section 10.2 of the EULA) shall survive the term of this EULA. BARCO END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT1 By accepting these terms (through tick box or other mechanism designed to acknowledge agreement to the terms of an electronic copy of this License Agreement), or by installing, downloading, accessing, or otherwise copying or using all or any portion of the Software (as defined below), (i) you accept this License Agreement on behalf of the entity for which you are authorized to act (e.g., your employer) and you agree to act in a manner consistent with this License Agreement (or, if there is no such entity for which you are authorized to act, you accept this License Agreement on behalf of yourself as an individual and acknowledge that you are legally bound by this Agreement), and (ii) you represent and warrant that you are duly empowered by the end user in case you act on behalf of such entity. These terms apply to your use of the Software as of and for the original Term of your license. When you renew or purchase an additional license, the then current version of this License Agreement shall apply and will remain unchanged during the term of that license and/or in respect of such changed elements. The other contract documents (Product Specific EULA; Maintenance and Support Agreement, if and when provided alongside with this document) applies in addition to these terms and constitute the entire License Agreement. You acknowledge that an electronic copy of this Agreement shall have the same proving value as a hard copy signed by the parties. If you are unwilling to accept this License Agreement on these terms, or you do not have the right, power and authority to act on behalf of and bind such entity (or yourself as an individual if there is no such entity), DO NOT SELECT THE “I ACCEPT” BUTTON OR OTHERWISE CLICK ON ANY BUTTON OR OTHER MECHANISM DESIGNED TO ACKNOWLEDGE AGREEMENT, AND DO NOT INSTALL, DOWNLOAD, ACCESS, OR OTHERWISE COPY OR USE ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE SOFTWARE. 1. Definitions “Affiliate” means any corporation or other entity directly or indirectly, controlling, controlled by or under common control with such corporation or entity. For the purpose of the above, “control” shall mean (i) the ownership or control, directly or indirectly, of fifty percent (50%) or more of the equity capital or the shares or voting rights in the corporation or other entity in question or (ii) the control of the composition of the board of directors of the corporation or other entity in question. “Barco” means Barco NV (company number 0473.191.041) with company address at Beneluxpark 21, 8500 Kortrijk, Belgium, or its designated Affiliate licensing to you the proprietary software which is the subject matter of this Agreement. “Documentation” means all technical, reference and installation manuals, user guides, published performance specifications and other written documentation provided by Barco generally to its licensees with respect to the Software, along with any modifications and updates thereto; “DRM” means Barco’s digital rights management platform used to provide access to and access conditions of the Software. “License Agreement” means this Barco End User License Agreement (EULA), incorporating the terms of the Product Specific EULA, and any modifications thereof as set out herein. “Product Specific EULA” means the supplemental software terms applicable “Software” means the computer software, released in object code only, which is being licensed hereunder, as described in the applicable purchase order and related Product Specific EULA. “Term” means the period set out in article 9.1 hereof, as well as any agreed renewal period. “you” means the entity on behalf of which these terms are accepted, and any of its representatives having access to the Software. 2. License Grant 2.1 License Scope. Subject to compliance with all license terms and payment of applicable fees, Barco grants you a limited, non-exclusive, non-assignable, non-transferable, non-sub-licensable license to use the Software exclusively in accordance with the conditions and parameters set forth herein. Save for the Product Specific EULA or any broader license terms confirmed through the DRM tool, the license under this License Agreement applies to one (1) copy of the Software to be used on one single computing device by one (1) single user. Installation on a computing device that may be concurrently accessed by more than one user shall not constitute a permitted use and a separate license is required for each user connecting at the same time to a computing device on which the Software is being deployed. 2.2 License Type. The applicable license type, and your rights in time, deployment and usage, are further detailed in the Product Specific EULA (in the absence of which the scope shall be as set in article 2.1 hereof). 2.3 License restrictions. Intended Use. You agree to use the Software solely as permitted by this License Agreement (and any Product Specific EULA made part of it), by any applicable laws and in a matter consistent with its design and Documentation. No Transfer (License Agreement). You agree not to transfer, assign or sublicense your license rights to any other person or entity, unless Barco’s prior written consent is obtained. No Transfer (Software). If you deactivate or uninstall the Software from the computer device on which it was originally installed, this will terminate this License Agreement unless otherwise and specifically approved by Barco. You agree not to use the Software in association with other hardware or software that allows to pool connections, reroute information or in any other way enables to breach or circumvent the license restrictions by enabling the deployment and use of the Software by more than the authorized number of devices or users (e.g. multiplexing) or otherwise attempts to reduce the number of licenses actually required. Authorized Users. The use of the Software is restricted to persons within your organization, or any third party representatives operating under your responsibility and control, provided any such persons have accepted the terms of this License Agreement. You agree not to use or permit the Software to be used to perform services for third parties, whether on a service bureau or time sharing basis or otherwise, without the prior written authorization of Barco. You shall not lease, rent, sell or otherwise transfer or grant a security or other interest in the Software. No Modifications. You shall not make error corrections to or otherwise modify or adapt the Software or create derivative works based upon the Software, or permit third parties to do the same. No Reverse Engineering. You agree not to reverse engineer or decompile, decrypt, disassemble or otherwise reduce the Software to human-readable form, except to the extent otherwise expressly permitted under applicable law notwithstanding this restriction, or except to the extent Barco is legally required to permit such specific activity pursuant to any applicable open source license. Code required to ensure interoperability. To the extent required by law, and at your written request, Barco shall provide you with the interface information needed to achieve interoperability between the Software and another independently created programs used by you, on payment of Barco’s applicable fee (if any). You shall observe strict obligations of confidentiality with respect to such information and shall use such information in compliance with terms and conditions which Barco makes applicable. No Unbundling. The Software may include various applications and components, may support multiple platforms and languages, and may be provided on multiple media or in multiple copies. Nonetheless, the Software is designed and provided to you as a single product to be used as a single product on devices as permitted herein. You agree not to unbundle the component parts of the Software for use on different computer devices. Territory. You agree to use the Software solely in the territory or region where you obtained the Software from Barco or its authorized reseller or as otherwise stated in the Documentation. Any export if permitted shall comply with any applicable (export) laws and regulations. 2.4 Your Infrastructure. You remain responsible to procure and maintain hardware, operating system, network and other infrastructure (the “Infrastructure”) required to operate the Software and to keep such Infrastructure functioning and virus-free. You acknowledge that the Software is a complex computer software application, and that the performance thereof may vary depending hardware platform, software interactions and configuration. You acknowledge that the Software is not designed and produced specifically to meet your requirements and expectations and the selection of the Software by you is entirely your own choice and decision. 3. Ownership. Intellectual Property Rights. 3.1 Ownership. Any Software is licensed, not sold to you, on a non-exclusive basis for use only under the terms of this License Agreement, and Barco and its suppliers reserve all rights not expressly granted to you. You may own the carrier on which the Software is provided, but the Software is owned and copyrighted by Barco or by third party suppliers. Your license confers no title or ownership and is not a sale of any rights in the Software or its Documentation. 3.2 Third Party Materials. The Software may contain or require the use of certain third party technology (whether proprietary or open source software), identified by Barco in the Documentation, readme file, third party click-accept, on barco. com or elsewhere (the “Identified Components”). Identified Components may be subject to additional and/or different terms and you agree that the Identified Components are licensed under the terms, disclaimers and warranties of their respective licenses which in the forthcoming case shall override the provisions of this License Agreement. 3.3 Source Code Access. To the extent required under third party (open source) license terms, and for a period of 36 months following your acceptance of this License Agreement, Barco shall provide access to the source code controlled by a third party (open source) license, via email or download link. If the relevant license terms require so, you may require Barco (attn. its legal department, at the address stated above) to obtain such code on tangible medium against payment of the cost of media, shipping and handling. 3.4 Trademarks / Copyright. Any brand and product names mentioned in relation to the Software may be trademarks, registered trademarks or copyrights of their respective (third party) holders. In addition, the Software is protected by national and international laws and treaty provisions. Copyright on the Software components belongs to the respective initial copyright holder, each additional contributor and/or their respective assignee(s), as may be identified in the Software Documentation, source code, README file, or otherwise. You shall not remove or obscure or otherwise alter any trademark, copyright or other proprietary notices, legends or logo’s placed on or contained within the Software. 3.5 Trade Secrets. You acknowledge that the Software embodies valuable trade secrets of Barco and its third party licensors and agree not to disclose, provide or otherwise make available such trade secrets contained within the Software and Documentation in any form to any third party without the prior written consent of Barco. You shall implement all reasonable security measures to protect such trade secrets. 4. Support 4.1 Principle. Barco is under no obligation to provide support and maintenance in respect of the Software, except as included in a Product Specific EULA and/or to the extent you have entered into a separate maintenance and support agreement and paid applicable maintenance and support fees. Any unauthorized use of the Software, as specified in any maintenance and support agreement, may prohibit Barco from providing such support and maintenance. 4.2 Support policy. Maintenance releases updates or upgrades can be obtained under the terms of a separate maintenance and support agreement which is being offered to you. Such agreements, together with the support included in a Product Specific EULA, include Barco’s sole liability and your sole remedy in respect of the support and maintenance of the Software. You agree to install any maintenance releases to address bugs or security issues in the Software if the same are being provided to you. Barco will keep you informed as of when earlier versions of the Software are no longer serviced. 4.3 Remote connectivity. Barco may require, as a material condition to provide maintenance or support, that the Software remains remotely connected with Barco over a network. 5. Warranty EXCEPT FOR THE LIMITED WARRANTY THAT MAY APPLY AS PER THE PRODUCT SPECIFIC EULA, YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THE SOFTWARE IS BEING PROVIDED TO YOU "AS IS". BARCO DOES NOT MAKE NOR INTENDS TO MAKE ANY WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE SOFTWARE WILL BE FREE FROM ERRORS OR THAT YOU WILL BE ABLE TO OPERATE THE SOFTWARE WITHOUT INTERRUPTIONS OR THAT SUCH ERRORS WILL BE CORRECTED BY BARCO. EXCEPT FOR ANY MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT OBLIGATIONS SEPARATELY AGREED, YOU ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL COSTS AND EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH RECTIFICATION, REPAIR OR DAMAGE CAUSED BY SUCH ERRORS. IN THE FORTHCOMING CASE, THE WARRANTY DISCLAIMER FOUND IN APPLICABLE OPEN SOURCE LICENSES SHALL OVERRIDE THE PROVISIONS OF THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT. 6. Compliance and Enforcement 6.1 Reporting and Audit. In addition to good practice record-keeping obligations, you agree to report the use of the Software and relating billing metrics in the DRM or otherwise as agreed. You grant to Barco and its designated auditors, at Barco’s expenses, the right to verify your deployment and use of the Software during your normal business hours so as to verify your compliance with the License Agreement. In the event such audit reveals non-compliance with your payment obligations hereunder, you shall promptly pay to Barco the appropriate license fees plus the reasonable cost of conducting the audit. 6.2 Fair Use Monitor. You are informed and acknowledge that the Software includes technology which allows to remotely decrease (in part or in full) the functionality of the Software (the “Fair Use Monitor”). Such technology is an enabling tool and a material condition precedent for Barco to enter into this License Agreement. 6.3 Enforcement. Upon breach of the License Agreement (including overdue payment), Barco shall inform the then known user, through the DRM or otherwise in writing, (i) which condition of the License Agreement (including payment terms) is violated; (ii) allow a period of 8 calendar days to cure such breach, if it can be cured at all; and (iii) inform which part of the functionality Barco intends to reduce (all Software or certain additionally licensed features only; in part or in full) if the breach is not remedied on time and in full. 6.4 Remedy. If the breach is not cured within the applicable remedy period (or cannot be cured at all), Barco shall have the option (i) to cause you to procure such additional licenses required as per the actual usage; (ii) to reduce the Software’s functionality, including through the use of the Fair Use Monitor; or (iii) to terminate the License Agreement as set out herein, without prejudice to any other remedies available at law, under contract or in equity. 6.5 Indemnification. YOU HEREBY AGREE TO INDEMNIFY, DEFEND AND HOLD HARMLESS BARCO AND BARCO’S AFFILIATES FROM AND AGAINST ANY AND ALL ACTIONS, PROCEEDINGS, LIABILITY, LOSS, DAMAGES, FEES AND COSTS (INCLUDING ATTORNEY FEES), AND OTHER EXPENSES INCURRED OR SUFFERED BY BARCO ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH ANY BREACH BY YOU OF THE TERMS OF THIS SOFTWARE LICENSE. 7. Limitation of Liability TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, BARCO ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES, LOSSES OR CLAIMS YOU OR ANY THIRD PARTY MAY SUFFER AS A RESULT OF YOUR USE OF THE SOFTWARE. IN JURISIDCTIONS WHERE BARCO’S LIABILITY CANNOT BE EXCLUDED, BARCO’S LIABILITY FOR DIRECT DAMAGES SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE LICENSE FEES ACTUALLY PAID FOR THE SOFTWARE DURING THE TWELVE MONTHS PRECEEDING THE CLAIM (OR AN AMOUNT OF 250 EURO IF NO FEE WOULD BE PAID) IN THE AGREGATE. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, IN NO EVENT WILL BARCO BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND WHICH MAY ARISE OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE, THIS SOFTWARE LICENSE OR THE PERFORMANCE OR PURPORTED PERFORMANCE OF OR FAILURE IN THE PERFORMANCE OF BARCO’S OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS SOFTWARE LICENSE OR FOR ANY ECONOMIC LOSS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, CONTRACTS, DATA, GOODWILL, PROFITS, TURNOVER, REVENUE, REPUTATION OR ANY LOSS ARISING FROM WORK STOPPAGE, COMPUTER FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION OF THE SOFTWARE AND ANY AND ALL OTHER COMMERCIAL DAMAGES OR LOSSES WHICH MAY ARISE IN RESPECT OF USE OF THE SOFTWARE, EVEN IF BARCO HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF THEIR OCCURRENCE. 8. Confidentiality 8.1 Confidential Information. You will be receiving information which is proprietary and confidential to Barco during the procurement and Term of this License Agreement. “Confidential Information” shall include (i) the underlying logic, source code and concepts of the Software or other trade secrets (the access to which is strictly limited as expressly set out herein), (ii) any information designated as confidential by Barco or which has the necessary quality of confidence about it and (iii) any license key provided by Barco to you hereunder. 8.2 Non-Disclosure. You agree not to divulge any Confidential Information to any persons without Barco's prior written consent provided that this article 8 shall not extend to information which was rightfully in your possession prior to the commencement of this License Agreement, which is already public knowledge or becomes so at a future date (otherwise than as a result of a breach of this article 8), to the extent it is required to be disclosed by law or which is trivial or obvious. You agree not to use any Confidential Information except for the authorized purpose hereunder. The foregoing obligations as to confidentiality shall survive the Term of this License Agreement. 9. Term and Termination 9.1 Term. The duration of this License Agreement will be from the date of your acceptance (as set forth above) of the Software (whereby you acknowledge that use of the Software implies acceptance), until you de activate the Software, discontinue the use of the device on which the Software was first installed for its intended use or the expiration of the limited time period set out in the Product Specific EULA, whichever comes first. 9.2 Termination. You may terminate this License Agreement at any time by destroying all copies of the Software then in your possession and destroying all Documentation and associated materials, or returning the same to Barco or the appointed Barco reseller that sold or provided these to you. Barco may terminate this License Agreement, immediately or gradually in accordance with article 6 hereof, by informing you at any time if any user is in breach of any of the License Agreement's terms. 9.3 Consequences of Termination. All rights associated with the use of the Software and the acquisition of updates and upgrades cease once the License Agreement is terminated or expires. Termination or expiry of your license will not entitle you to any retroactive refund of current or past payments. 10. Other relevant terms 10.1 Personal Data. Whether or not Barco assumes the role of processor of personal data (as stated in the Product Specific EULA), you remain solely responsible for complying with all applicable data protection laws and for implementing and maintaining privacy protection and security measures (especially for components that you provide or control). Barco disclaims any liability for any data not provided by Barco, or any use of the Software outside the intended use as per this License Agreement or an applicable data processing annex. 10.2 Functional Information. Via the Software, Barco may gather technical information about (i) the functioning and the functionality of the products which are connected through the Software, and/or (ii) as provided by you or generated by your use of the Software (“Functional Information”). Barco may make use of such Functional Information for purposes of analytics, for developing and improving products and services, offering products and services to your organization and/or allowing third parties to access such Functional Information; based on the legitimate interest of Barco of evaluating the market, assessing and improving its products and conducting research and development. All knowhow, inventions and works derived by Barco from the Functional Information will be exclusively owned by Barco. 11. Final Clauses 11.1 Entire Agreement. This License Agreement is the only understanding and agreement between you and Barco for use of the Software. This License Agreement supersedes all other communications, understandings or agreements we had prior to this License Agreement (with the exception of any continuing confidentiality agreement). 11.2 Notices. Notices can be validly delivered through the DRM and alternatively or additionally to the parties’ last known address. 11.3 Severability. This License Agreement shall not be altered, amended or varied, except by written agreement signed by its parties. If any provision of this License Agreement is determined to be illegal, void or unenforceable, or if any court of competent jurisdiction in any final decision so determines, this License Agreement shall continue in full force save that such provision shall be deemed to be deleted with effect from the date of such decision, or such earlier date, and shall be replaced by a provision which is acceptable by law and which embodies the intention of this License Agreement a close as possible. 11.4 Export. You acknowledge that this Software may be subject to U. S. or other governments’ Export control laws and regulations. You agree to comply with all applicable international and national laws that apply to the Software, including the U. S. Export Administration Regulations, as well as end-user, end-use, and destination restrictions issued by the U.S. or other governments. 11.5 Survival. The provisions of articles 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 11 will survive the termination of this License Agreement, howsoever caused, but this will not imply or create any continued right to use the Software after termination of this License Agreement. 11.6 Assignment. You are not allowed to assign this Agreement in part or in full to any third party without Barco’s consent. Barco shall be entitled to assign all or any of Barco's obligations hereunder to a third party and/or any of Barco's Affiliates. 11.7 Law and Jurisdiction. The construction, validity and performance of this License Agreement shall be governed in all respects by the laws of Belgium, without recourse to its conflict of law principles. All disputes arising in any way out of or affecting this License Agreement shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Kortrijk (Belgium), without prejudice to enforcement of any judgment or order thereof in any other jurisdiction. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (the "Convention") shall not apply to this License Agreement, however, if the Convention is deemed by a court of competent jurisdiction to apply to this License Agreement, Barco shall not be liable for any claimed non conformance of the Software under Article 35(2) of the Convention. YOU HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE TO HAVE READ, UNDERSTOOD AND ACCEPTED TO BE BOUND BY ALL THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS LICENCE AGREEMENT AS INDICATED ABOVE Barco ClickShare Product Specific Privacy policy You are controller for personal data which are being processed via the Software. Therefore, you remain solely responsible for complying with all applicable data protection laws and for implementing and maintaining privacy protection and security measures (especially for components that you provide or control). Barco disclaims any liability in this regard. Barco created a specific privacy policy for the ClickShare software application for mobile devices, which describes the processing of personal data via this application ( barco.com/en/about-barco/legal/privacy-policy/clickshare-app). Via the Software, Barco may gather technical information about (i) the functioning and the functionality of the products which are connected through the Software, and/or (ii) as provided by you or generated by your use of the Software (“Functional Information”). Barco may make use of such Functional Information for purposes of analytics, for developing and improving products and services, offering products and services to your organization and/or allowing third parties to access such Functional Information; based on the legitimate interest of Barco of evaluating the market, assessing and improving its products and conducting research and development. All knowhow, inventions and works derived by Barco from the Functional Information will be exclusively owned by Barco. Open Source Software provisions This product contains software components released under an Open Source license. A copy of the source code is available on request by contacting your Barco customer support representative. EACH SEPARATE OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE COMPONENT AND ANY RELATED DOCUMENTATION ARE PROVIDED "AS IS"WITHOUT EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHTHOLDER OR ANY OTHER CONTRIBUTOR BE LIABLE FOR DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE. MORE INFORMATION/ DETAILS IS TO BE FOUND IN EACH SPECIFIC OPEN SOURCE LICENSE. Copyright on each Open Source Software component belongs to the respective initial copyright holder, each additional contributor and/or their respective assignee (s), as may be identified in the respective documentation, source code, README file, or otherwise. You shall not remove or obscure or otherwise alter the respective copyrights. You acknowledge living up to the conditions of each separate Open Source Software license. In the development of the Software, the following Open Source Software components have been used: VER

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xlib_libSM 1.2.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xlib_libICE 1.0.9 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xlib_xtrans 1.3.5 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_xproto 7.0.31 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xlib_libX11 1.6.4 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib libxcb 1.12 xcb.freedesktop.org/dist libpthread-stubs 0.3 xcb.freedesktop.org/dist xcb-proto 1.12 xcb.freedesktop.org/dist xlib_libXau 1.0.8 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xutil_util-macros 1.19.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/util xlib_libXdmcp 1.1.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_ inputproto 2.3.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xproto_kbproto 1.0.7 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xproto_ xextproto 7.3.0 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xproto_ xf86bigfontproto 1.2.0 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto libdaemon 0.14 0pointer.de/lennart/projects/libdaemon libglib2 2.50.2 ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/sources/glib/2.50 elfutils 0.169 sourceware.org/elfutils/ftp/0.169 bzip2 1.0.6 bzip.org/1.0.6 zlib 1.2.11 zlib.net libffi 3.2.1 ftp://sourceware.org/pub/libffi util-linux 2.29.2 cdn.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/v2.29 busybox 1.26.2 busybox.net/downloads linux-pam 1.3.0 linux-pam.org/library flex 2.5.37 download.sourceforge.net/project/flex python3 3.5.2 python.org/ftp/python/3.5.2 readline 7.0 ftpmirror.gnu.org/readline bellagio 0.9.3 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/omxil/omxil/Bellagio%200.9.3 bitstream 1.1 get.videolan.org/bitstream/1.1 bluez5_utils 5.43 cdn.kernel.org/pub/linux/bluetooth libical 1.0.1 github.com/libical/libical/releases/download/v1.0.1 eudev 3.2.1 dev.gentoo.org/~blueness/eudev

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kmod 23 cdn.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/kernel/kmod bridge-utils 1.6 cdn.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/net/bridge-utils collectd 5.7.1 collectd.org/files libgcrypt 1.7.9 gnupg.org/ftp/gcrypt/libgcrypt libgpg-error 1.26 ftp://ftp.gnupg.org/gcrypt/libgpg-error snapshot.debian.org/archive/debian/20170208T211941Z/pool/main/l/

lm-sensors 3.4.0 lm-sensors

crda 3.18 cdn.kernel.org/pub/software/network/crda libnl 3.2.27 github.com/thom311/libnl/releases/download/libnl3_2_27 cryptsetup 1.7.3 cdn.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/cryptsetup/v1.7 lvm2 2.02.168 ftp://sources.redhat.com/pub/lvm2/releases popt 1.16 rpm5.org/files/popt dhcp 4.3.5 ftp.isc.org/isc/dhcp/4.3.5 dmidecode 3.0 download.savannah.gnu.org/releases/dmidecode dosfstools 4.0 github.com/dosfstools/dosfstools/releases/download/v4.0 dropbear 2017.75 matt.ucc.asn.au/dropbear/releases dvblast 3.0 get.videolan.org/dvblast/3.0 libev 4.22 dist.schmorp.de/libev/Attic e2fsprogs 1.43.3 cdn.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/tytso/e2fsprogs/v1.43.3 faad2 2.8.1 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/faac/faad2-src/faad2-2.8.0 fbv 1.0b s-tech.elsat.net.pl/fbv giflib 5.1.4 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/giflib jpeg-turbo 1.5.1 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/libjpeg-turbo/1.5.1 libpng 1.6.28 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/libpng/libpng16/1.6.28 ffmpeg 2.8.6 ffmpeg.org/releases fontconfig 2.12.1 fontconfig.org/release freetype 2.7.1 download.savannah.gnu.org/releases/freetype libva 1.8.3 github.com/01org/libva/releases/download/1.8.3 libdrm 2.4.82 dri.freedesktop.org/libdrm mesa3d 17.2.8 mesa.freedesktop.org/archive libva-dummy 1.8.3 github.com/01org/libva/releases/download/1.8.3 xlib_libXext 1.3.3 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xlib_libXfixes 5.0.3 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib

PACKAGE xproto_ VER SION SOURCE SITE

fixesproto 5.0 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto libvdpau 1.1.1 people.freedesktop.org/~aplattner/vdpau xproto_dri2proto 2.8 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xlib_libXdamage 1.1.4 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_ damageproto 1.2.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xlib_libXxf86vm 1.1.4 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_ xf86vidmodepro to 2.3.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xlib_ libxshmfence 1.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_dri3proto 1.0 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xproto_glproto 1.4.17 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xproto_ presentproto 1.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xproto_ xf86driproto 2.1.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto libvorbis 1.3.5 downloads.xiph.org/releases/vorbis libogg 1.3.2 downloads.xiph.org/releases/ogg openssl 1.0.2m openssl.org/source opus 1.1.4 downloads.xiph.org/releases/opus speex 1.2rc1 downloads.us.xiph.org/releases/speex file 5.32 ftp://ftp.astron.com/pub/file flashrom 0.9.8 download.flashrom.org/releases libftdi 0.20 intra2net.com/en/developer/libftdi/download libusb 1.0.20 github.com/libusb/libusb/releases/download/v1.0.20 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/libusb/libusb-compat-0.1/libusb

libusb-compat 0.1.5 compat-0.1.5

pciutils 3.5.2 cdn.kernel.org/pub/software/utils/pciutils gdb 7.11.1 ftpmirror.gnu.org/gdb gnu-efi 3.0.1 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/gnu-efi gnupg2 2.0.30 ftp://ftp.gnupg.org/gcrypt/gnupg libassuan 2.4.3 ftp://ftp.gnupg.org/gcrypt/libassuan libksba 1.3.5 ftp://ftp.gnupg.org/gcrypt/libksba libpthsem 2.0.8 auto.tuwien.ac.at/~mkoegler/pth

PACKAGE VER SION SOURCE SITE

gst1-libav 1.12.5 gstreamer.freedesktop.org/src/gst-libav gst1-plugins base 1.12.5 gstreamer.freedesktop.org/src/gst-plugins-base gstreamer1 1.12.5 gstreamer.freedesktop.org/src/gstreamer xlib_libXv 1.0.11 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_ videoproto 2.3.3 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto gst1-plugins-bad 1.12.5 gstreamer.freedesktop.org/src/gst-plugins-bad libglu 9.0.0 cgit.freedesktop.org/mesa/glu/snapshot xlib_libXrender 0.9.10 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_ renderproto 0.11.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto gst1-plugins good 1.12.5 gstreamer.freedesktop.org/src/gst-plugins-good libv4l 1.12.2 linuxtv.org/downloads/v4l-utils qt5base 5.6.3 download.qt.io/official_releases/qt/5.6/5.6.3/submodules libxkbcommon 0.7.1 xkbcommon.org/download xcb-util-image 0.4.0 xcb.freedesktop.org/dist xcb-util 0.3.9 xcb.freedesktop.org/dist xcb-util-keysyms 0.4.0 xcb.freedesktop.org/dist xcb-util-wm 0.4.1 xcb.freedesktop.org/dist pulseaudio 9.0 freedesktop.org/software/pulseaudio/releases json-c 0.12-

json-c 2014041- 0

libtool 2.4.6 ftpmirror.gnu.org/libtool gst1-vaapi 1.12.5 gstreamer.freedesktop.org/src/gstreamer-vaapi htop 2.0.2 hisham.hm/htop/releases/2.0.2 iperf 2.0.9 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/iperf2 iptables 1.6.1 ftp.netfilter.org/pub/iptables iw 4.9 cdn.kernel.org/pub/software/network/iw libarchive 3.3.2 libarchive.org/downloads libxml2 2.9.5 ftp://xmlsoft.org/libxml2 libbsd 0.8.3 libbsd.freedesktop.org/releases libconfig 1.5 hyperrealm.com/libconfig libcurl 7.56.1 curl.haxx.se/download

PACKAGE VER SION SOURCE SITE github.com/robclark/libdri2/archive/ libdri2 1.0.0 2015032- 4f1eef3183df2b270c3d5cbef07343ee5127a6a4

libedit 5-3.1

libepoxy v1.3.1 github.com/anholt/libepoxy/archive/v1.3.1 libestr 0.1.10 libestr.adiscon.com/files/download libevdev 1.5.6 freedesktop.org/software/libevdev 2.1.8-

libevent stable

libfastjson v0.99.4 github.com/rsyslog/libfastjson/archive/v0.99.4 liblogging 1.0.5 download.rsyslog.com/liblogging libpcap 1.8.1 tcpdump.org/release libpciaccess 0.13.4 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib libqrencode 3.4.2 fukuchi.org/works/qrencode libsha1 0.3 github.com/dottedmag/libsha1/archive/0.3 libyaml 0.1.6 pyyaml.org/download/libyaml lighttpd 1.4.45 download.lighttpd.net/lighttpd/releases-1.4.x linux-firmware unknown git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/firmware/linux-firmware.git logrotate 3.11.0 github.com/logrotate/logrotate/archive/3.11.0 memtester 4.3.0 pyropus.ca/software/memtester/old-versions monit 5.20.0 mmonit.com/monit/dist mtdev 1.1.4 bitmath.org/code/mtdev netcat 0.7.1 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/netcat/netcat/0.7.1 nodejs 6.11.5 nodejs.org/dist/v6.11.5 ntp 4.2.8p10 eecis.udel.edu/~ntp/ntp_spool/ntp4/ntp-4.2 opkg v0.3.1 git.yoctoproject.org/git/opkg opus-tools 0.1.9 downloads.xiph.org/releases/opus php 7.1.7 php.net/distributions sqlite 3160200 sqlite.org/2017 pixman 0.34.0 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib powertop 2.7 01.org/sites/default/files/downloads/powertop protobuf v2.6.1 github.com/google/protobuf/archive/v2.6.1 python-pyyaml 3.12 pypi.python.org/packages/4a/85/ db5a2df477072b2902b0eb892feb37d88ac635d36245a72a6a69b23b383a python-serial 3.1 pypi.python.org/packages/ce/9c/ 694ce79a9d4a164e109aeba1a40fba23336f3b7554978553e22a5d41d54d

PACKAGE VER SION SOURCE SITE

qt5declarative 5.6.3 download.qt.io/official_releases/qt/5.6/5.6.3/submodules qt5xmlpatterns 5.6.3 download.qt.io/official_releases/qt/5.6/5.6.3/submodules qt5imagefor mats 5.6.3 download.qt.io/official_releases/qt/5.6/5.6.3/submodules qt5multimedia 5.6.3 download.qt.io/official_releases/qt/5.6/5.6.3/submodules qt5quickcontrols 5.6.3 download.qt.io/official_releases/qt/5.6/5.6.3/submodules qt5serialport 5.6.3 download.qt.io/official_releases/qt/5.6/5.6.3/submodules qt5svg 5.6.3 download.qt.io/official_releases/qt/5.6/5.6.3/submodules qt5websockets 5.6.3 download.qt.io/official_releases/qt/5.6/5.6.3/submodules qt5x11extras 5.6.3 download.qt.io/official_releases/qt/5.6/5.6.3/submodules ramspeed 2.6.0 alasir.com/software/ramspeed rsync 3.1.2 rsync.samba.org/ftp/rsync/src rsyslog 8.22.0 rsyslog.com/files/download/rsyslog strace 4.15 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/strace/strace/4.15 tcpdump 4.9.2 tcpdump.org/release tpm-tools 1.3.8 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/trousers/tpm-tools/1.3.8 trousers 0.3.13 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/trousers/trousers/0.3.13 tzdata 2016j iana.org/time-zones/repository/releases unzip 60 ftp://ftp.info-zip.org/pub/infozip/src usbutils 8 cdn.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/usb/usbutils wireless-regdb2011.04.- 28 wireless_tools 30.pre9 hpl.hp.com/personal/Jean_Tourrilhes/Linux xapp_beforelight 1.0.5 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/app xlib_ libXScrnSaver 1.2.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_ scrnsaverproto 1.2.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xlib_libXaw 1.0.13 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xlib_libXmu 1.1.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xlib_libXt 1.1.5 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xlib_libXpm 3.5.12 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xapp_xauth 1.0.10 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/app xapp_xclock 1.0.7 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/app xlib_libXft 2.3.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xlib_libxkbfile 1.0.9 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib

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xapp_xinit 1.3.4 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/app xapp_xinput calibrator 0.7.5 github.com/downloads/tias/xinput_calibrator xlib_libXi 1.7.9 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xapp_xinput 1.6.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/app xlib_libXinerama 1.1.3 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_ xineramaproto 1.2.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xlib_libXrandr 1.5.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_ randrproto 1.5.0 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xapp_xkbcomp 1.3.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/app xapp_xrandr 1.5.0 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/app xdata_xbitmaps 1.1.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/data xdriver_xf86- input-evdev 2.10.5 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/driver xserver_xorg server 1.19.5 xorg.freedesktop.org/archive/individual/xserver xfont_font-util 1.3.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/font xkeyboard config 2.20 x.org/releases/individual/data/xkeyboard-config xlib_ libXcomposite 0.4.4 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_ compositeproto 0.4.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xlib_libXcursor 1.1.14 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xlib_libXfont2 2.0.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xfont_encodings 1.0.4 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/font xlib_libfontenc 1.1.3 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_ fontsproto 2.1.3 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xlib_libXres 1.0.7 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/lib xproto_ resourceproto 1.2.0 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xproto_ bigreqsproto 1.1.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xproto_ xcmiscproto 1.2.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto xproto_ xf86dgaproto 2.1 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/proto

PACKAGE xdriver_xf86- VER SION SOURCE SITE

video-amdgpu 1.4.0 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/driver xfont_font-alias 1.0.3 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/font xfont_font cursor-misc 1.0.3 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/font xfont_font-misc misc 1.1.2 xorg.freedesktop.org/releases/individual/font xterm 327 invisible-mirror.net/archives/xterm zip 30 ftp://ftp.info-zip.org/pub/infozip/src splashutils 1.5.4.4 dev.gentoo.org/~spock/projects/gensplash/archive efitools v1.7.0 git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/jejb/efitools.git devmem2 1 free-electrons.com/pub/mirror efibootmgr 14 github.com/rhinstaller/efibootmgr/archive/14 efivar 30 github.com/rhinstaller/efivar/archive/30 fbset 2.1 users.telenet.be/geertu/Linux/fbdev gzip 1.8 ftpmirror.gnu.org/gzip i2c-tools v3.1.2 git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/utils/i2c-tools/i2c-tools.git parted 3.2 ftpmirror.gnu.org/parted tar 1.29 ftpmirror.gnu.org/tar linux v4.9.90 mirrors.edge.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v4.x/ ibmswtpm 4720 sourceforge.net/projects/ibmswtpm/files/ grub2.02- beta2 rockbox v3.10 github.com/Rockbox/rockbox/tree/v3.10 libcap 2.25 kernel.org/pub/linux/libs/security/linux-privs/libcap2 mtd 1.5.2 ftp://ftp.infradead.org/pub/mtd-utils procps-ng 3.3.12 downloads.sourceforge.net/project/procps-ng/Production hidapi 0.5.2 github.com/signal11/hidapi libresample 0.1.3 ftp://ftp.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/libr/libresample linux 3.1.0 mirrors.edge.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v3.x/ EN55032-CISPR32 Class B ITE (Information Technology Equipment) This is a class B product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, the user may try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures : • Re-orientation of the receiving antenna for the radio or television. • Relocate the equipment with respect to the receiver. • Plug the equipment into a different outlet so that the equipment and receiver are on different branch circuits. • Fasten cables connectors to the equipment by mounting screws. Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the part responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. You may also find helpful the following booklet, prepared by the FCC: "How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems." This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 20402. Changes and Modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer or registrant of this equipment can void your authority to operate this equipment under Federal Communications Commissions rules. In order to maintain compliance with FCC regulations shielded cables must be used with this equipment. Operation with non-approved equipment or unshielded cables is likely to result in interference to radio & television reception. FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement: This device is capable of operating in 802.11a mode. For 802.11a devices operating in the frequency range of 5.15 - 5.25 GHz, they are restricted for indoor operations to reduce any potential harmful interference for Mobile Satellite Services (MSS) in the US. WIFI Access Points that are capable of allowing your device to operate in 802.11a mode (5 .15 - 5.25 GHz band) are optimized for indoor use only. If your WIFI network is capable of operating in this mode, please restrict your WIFI use indoors to not violate federal regulations to protect Mobile Satellite Services. 1. This Transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. 2. This equipment complies with RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20 cm between the radiator and your body. Base Unit FCC ID: 2AAED-R9861521 Button FCC ID (model R9861500D01): 2AAED-R9861500D01 Button FCC ID (model R9861500D01C): 2AAED-R9861500D01 ClickShare Button 2AAED-R9861500D01 has been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines.The maximum SAR value reported is 0.915W/kg. Canada, Industry Canada (IC) Notices This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard (s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. Radio Frequency (RF) Exposure Information The radiated output power of the Barco Wireless Device is below the Industry Canada (IC) radio frequency exposure limits. The Barco Wireless Device should be used in such a manner such that the potential for human contact during normal operation is minimized. Caution: Exposure to Radio Frequency Radiation. 1. To comply with the Canadian RF exposure compliance requirements, this device and its antenna must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. 2. To comply with RSS 102 RF exposure compliance requirements, a separation distance of at least 20 cm must be maintained between the antenna of this device and all persons. Base Unit IC: IC: 21559-R9861521 Button IC (model R9861500D01): 9393B-R9861500D01 Button IC (model R9861500D01C): 9393B-R9861500D01 IC Antenna statement Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may only operate using an antenna of a type and maximum (or lesser) gain approved for the transmitter by Industry Canada. To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than that necessary for successful communication. This radio transmitter 21559-R9861521 has been approved by Industry Canada to operate with the antenna types listed below with the maximum permissible gain and required antenna impedance for each antenna type indicated. Antenna types not included in this list, having a gain greater than the maximum gain indicated for that type, are strictly prohibited for use with this device. Indoor use only warning Operation in the band 5150-5250 MHz is only for indoor use to reduce the potential for harmful interference to co-channel mobile satellite systems. Informations concernant l'exposition aux fréquences radio (RF) La puissance de sortie émise par l'appareil de sans fil Barco est inférieure à la limite d'exposition aux fréquences radio d'Industry Canada (IC). Utilisez l'appareil de sans fil Barco de façon à minimiser les contacts humains lors du fonctionnement normal. Avertissement: L'exposition aux rayonnements fréquences radio 1. Pour se conformer aux exigences de conformité RF canadienne l'exposition, cet appareil et son antenne ne doivent pas être co-localisés ou fonctionnant en conjonction avec une autre antenne ou transmetteur. 2. Pour se conformer aux exigences de conformité CNR 102 RF exposition, une distance de séparation d'au moins 20 cm doit être maintenue entre l'antenne de cet appareil et toutes les personnes. IC Unité de Base: 21559-R9861521 IC Button (modèle R9861500D01): 9393B-R9861500D01 IC Button (model R9861500D01C): 9393B-R9861500D01 Déclaration d'antenne d'Industrie Canada (IC) Conformément à la réglementation d'Industrie Canada, le présent émetteur radio peut fonctionner avec une antenne d'un type et d'un gain maximal (ou inférieur) approuvé pour l'émetteur par Industrie Canada. Dans le but de réduire les risques de brouillage radioélectrique à l'intention des autres utilisateurs, il faut choisir le type d'antenne et son gain de sorte que la puissance isotrope rayonnée équivalente (p. i.r. e.) ne dépasse pas l'intensité nécessaire à l'établissement d'une communication satisfaisante. Le présent émetteur radio 21559-R9861521 a été approuvé par Industrie Canada pour fonctionner avec les types d'antenne énumérés ci-dessous et ayant un gain admissible maximal et l'impédance requise pour chaque type d'antenne. Les types d'antenne non inclus dans cette liste, ou dont le gain est supérieur au gain maximal indiqué, sont strictement interdits pour l'exploitation de l'émetteur. Utilisation à l'intérieur seulement La bande 5 150-5 250 MHz est réservés uniquement pour une utilisation à l'intérieur afin de réduire les risques de brouillage préjudiciable aux systèmes de satellites mobiles utilisant les mêmes canaux. Table of contents 1 Introduction to the Installation Guide..............................................................................................................................................23 1.1 Documentation...................................................................................................................................................................................24 1.2 Symbols and fonts............................................................................................................................................................................24 2 CSE-200+ Specifications ..........................................................................................................................................................................25 2.1 About the CSE-200+.......................................................................................................................................................................26 2.2 CSE-200+ specifications ..............................................................................................................................................................27 2.3 About the Base Unit.........................................................................................................................................................................28 2.4 About the Button................................................................................................................................................................................30 2.5 Mobile Device Support...................................................................................................................................................................32 2.6 Ports used by the ClickShare Base Unit..............................................................................................................................32 3 Getting started .................................................................................................................................................................................................33 3.1 Environmental Condition Check...............................................................................................................................................34 3.2 Basic Workflow...................................................................................................................................................................................34 4 CSE-200+ Installation..................................................................................................................................................................................35 4.1 Installation methods for the Base unit...................................................................................................................................36 4.2 Table mounting...................................................................................................................................................................................36 4.3 Wall mounting .....................................................................................................................................................................................36 4.4 Video signal connections to the Base unit..........................................................................................................................37 4.5 Audio connection ..............................................................................................................................................................................38 4.6 LAN connection..................................................................................................................................................................................39 4.7 Power connection.............................................................................................................................................................................39 4.8 Starting up for the first time .........................................................................................................................................................40 5 Preparing the buttons.................................................................................................................................................................................41 5.1 Pairing.....................................................................................................................................................................................................42 5.2 ClickShare Extension Pack.........................................................................................................................................................43 5.3 ClickShare Extension Pack installer ......................................................................................................................................43 6 CSE-200+ Configurator..............................................................................................................................................................................47 6.1 Accessing the Configurator.........................................................................................................................................................49 6.2 On-Screen Language and Text Size......................................................................................................................................53 6.3 Meeting room information ............................................................................................................................................................54 6.4 Personalisation, wallpaper ..........................................................................................................................................................55 6.5 Personalisation, Personalized wallpaper............................................................................................................................57 6.6 Manage configuration files...........................................................................................................................................................58 6.7 Display setup, Outputs...................................................................................................................................................................60 6.8 Display setup, Inputs.......................................................................................................................................................................60 6.9 Audio settings .....................................................................................................................................................................................61 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 21 6.10 WiFi settings ........................................................................................................................................................................................61 6.11 LAN settings.........................................................................................................................................................................................63 6.12 Network integration, activation..................................................................................................................................................65 6.13 Network integration, EAP-TLS security mode..................................................................................................................67 6.14 Network integration, EAP-TTLS security mode...............................................................................................................71 6.15 Network integration, PEAP security mode..........................................................................................................................72 6.16 Network integration, WPA2-PSK security mode .............................................................................................................73 6.17 Services, mobile devices..............................................................................................................................................................74 6.18 Service, ClickShare API, remote control via API.............................................................................................................76 6.19 CMGS Server Integration.............................................................................................................................................................77 6.20 Services, Remote Button Pairing.............................................................................................................................................77 6.21 Security, security level....................................................................................................................................................................78 6.22 Security, passwords ........................................................................................................................................................................79 6.23 Status information Base Unit......................................................................................................................................................80 6.24 Date & Time setup, manually .....................................................................................................................................................81 6.25 Date & Time setup, time server.................................................................................................................................................82 6.26 Energy savers.....................................................................................................................................................................................83 6.27 Buttons....................................................................................................................................................................................................84 6.28 Blackboard............................................................................................................................................................................................85 6.29 Firmware Update...............................................................................................................................................................................86 6.30 Support & Updates, Troubleshoot, log settings ...............................................................................................................87 6.31 Factory defaults .................................................................................................................................................................................88 7 Firmware updates..........................................................................................................................................................................................91 7.1 Firmware update ...............................................................................................................................................................................92 8 Troubleshooting..............................................................................................................................................................................................93 8.1 Troubleshooting list..........................................................................................................................................................................94 9 Environmental information.....................................................................................................................................................................97 9.1 Disposal information........................................................................................................................................................................98 9.2 Rohs compliance...............................................................................................................................................................................98 9.3 Production address.......................................................................................................................................................................100 9.4 Importers contact information .................................................................................................................................................100 22 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ Installation Guide 1Introduction to the In this section you get a short introduction to the available CSE-200+ documentation. • Documentation • Symbols and fonts R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 23 Introduction to the Installation Guide 1.1 Documentation About the documentation This installation guide explains how to install your CSE-200+ in a meeting room, It explains also how to make everything operational. It provides detailed information on how to configure your CSE-200+. Available System documentation Next to the installation manual, a user guide, a safety guide, an API guide and a service manual are available on Barco’s website, barco.com/clickshare. A printed copy of the Safety Guide is included in the CSE-200+ box at purchase. Depending on the CSE-200+ version, some graphics might be different to the ones used in this manual. This however does not have any effect on the functionality. 1.2 Symbols and fonts Symbol overview The following icons are used in the manual : Caution Warning Info, term definition. General info about the term Note: gives extra information about the described subject Tip: gives extra advice about the described subject Font overview • Buttons are indicated in bold, e.g. OK. • Menu items are indicated in italic. • Step related notes, tips, warnings or cautions are printed in italic. • Procedure related notes, tips, warnings or cautions are printed in bold between 2 lines preceded by the corresponding icon. 24 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ Specifications 2CSE-200+ Overview • About the CSE-200+ • CSE-200+ specifications • About the Base Unit • About the Button • Mobile Device Support • Ports used by the ClickShare Base Unit R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 25 CSE-200+ Specifications 2.1 About the CSE-200+ CSE-200+ sets CSE-200+ makes connecting to the meeting room’s video system a matter of clicking a Button. This CSE-200+ not only helps the presenter get the presentation on-screen in a second, but it also allows the other people in the meeting to participate more actively. The result is enhanced meeting efficiency and better decision-making. At the moment 4 different sets are available on the market. Each set is sold in its specific region and it can only be used in that specific region because of WiFi regulations. Components CSE-200+ set A standard CSE-200+ set consists of a Base Unit and 2 Buttons. Depending on the location where you buy the product, the software of the Base Unit is different. If needed, you can buy additional Buttons and a tray to store the Buttons. 1 2 Image 2-1 1 Base unit 2 Button Accessories included Depending on the country where you buy the product, the following regionalized accessories are also included in the CSE-200+ box. Products Contains Accessories included

R9861521xx2 • R9861521 • 1x R9861500D01 R9861500D01 1x R9861500D01 R9861500D01C 1x R9861500D01C • DC adapter with AC clips type A, C, G, I3 • Printed safety manual

Contact your local sales representative for the correct regional variant to be used in your country. 2: xx=EU, CN, NA, RW, 3: Included AC clips can be different according to the region 26 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Specifications 2.2 CSE-200+ specifications Base Unit Dimensions (HxWxD) 39mm x 200mm x 202mm Power supply Standard 110/220 V AC plug Power consumption Operational: 50W (max) Standby: <8W (networked standby), < 0.5W (deep standby mode) Weight 900 gr Operating system Windows 7/8/8.1/10 32 & 64 bit macOS 10.13/10.14 (Mojave) Android v7 & v8 & 8.1 (ClickShare app) iOS 11, 12 (ClickShare app) Video outputs 1x HDMI 1.4b Video inputs 1x HDMI 1.4b Output resolution 4K UHD (3840*2160) @ 30Hz AirPlay Support iOS mirroring (AirPlay) from iOS 9.0 up to iOS 12 / Mac OS 10.14 (Mojave) Google Cast Support Android 8 Wireless display support Windows 10 (coming soon) Input resolutions 1920x1080 @60Hz Noise Level Max. 25dBA @ 0-30°C Max. 30dBA @ 30-40°C

Number of sources simultaneous on screen Number of simultaneous connections iPad, iPhone and Android compatibility 2 16 Sharing of documents, browser, camera for both Android and iOS devices via ClickShare app

Extended desktop Available (depending on your operating system). May require ClickShare Extension Pack. Authentication protocol WPA2-PSK in stand alone mode WPA2-PSK or IEEE 802.1X using the ClickShare Button in network integration mode

Wireless transmission protocol IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and IEEE 802.15.1

Reach Adjustable with signal strength modulation; max. 30m (100 ft) between ClickShare Button and ClickShare Base Unit Frequency band 2.4 GHZ and 5 GHz (DFS channels supported in select number of countries - soming soon) Connections 1x Ethernet LAN 1x USB Type-C 2.0 (back); 2x USB Type A 2.0 (back); 1x USB Type A 2.0 (front) Audio analog line out on mini jack socket (3.5mm), digital S/PDIF R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 27 CSE-200+ Specifications Temperature range Operating: 0°C to +40°C (+32°F to +104°F) Max: 35°C (95°F) at 3000m Storage: -20°C to +60°C (-4°F to +140°F) Humidity Storage: 0 to 90% relative humidity, non-condensing Operation: 0 to 85% relative humidity, non-condensing Anti-theft system Kensington lock Certifications FCC/CE Warranty 3 years standard Button Weight 75 g/0.165 lb Frequency band 2.4 GHZ and 5 GHz

Wireless transmission protocol IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n

Authentication protocol WPA2-PSK in stand alone mode WPA2-PSK or IEEE 802.1X in network integration mode Dimensions (HxWxD) 16.3 mm x 59.3 mm x 162.52 mm / 0.64” x 2.335” x 6.398” Power consumption Powered over USB 5V DC 350mA Typical 500mA Maximum 2.3 About the Base Unit Base Unit The Base Unit receives the wireless input from the Buttons and controls the content of the meeting room display and the sound of the meeting room's audio system. The Base Unit can be installed in two different ways. Base Unit functionality The Base Unit receives the wireless input from the Buttons and controls the content of the meeting room display and the sound of the meeting room's audio system. The Base Unit can be inside a cabinet in the meeting room, or put on the meeting room table or mounted on a wall. Check the Installation Guide for instructions on how to install the Base Unit. 1 2 3 Image 2-2 28 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+

1 USB Type-A port 2 Status LED ring 3 Standby Button USB Port CSE-200+ Specifications

The USB port is used to pair the Button to the Base Unit and to update the software of both the Base Unit and the Buttons. When plugging in the Button into the Base Unit, the Button is paired to the Base Unit. The Base Unit checks whether the software and firmware of the Button is up to date. If not, the Base Unit updates the software and/ or firmware. Use a convertor to connect a Button with an USB Type-CTM connector to front USB port of the Base Unit. USB Type-CTM port available at the backside. Status LED ring The color of the LED ring around the power button of the Base Unit give information on the status of the system. LEDs behavior Explanation static red • receiving content from the Buttons and streaming towards the display. • pairing and software update of the Button is done. You can now unplug the Button from the Base Unit. • during the first phase of the Base Unit boot process. blinking white • system is starting up (during the second phase) • Button pairing is in progress • software update of the Base Unit breathing white • ECO standby mode static white • awake and ready (i.e. showing the welcome message on the display) • pairing is done red blinking • an error occurred dark • deep standby/off Power button The button at the front of the Base Unit has a standby function once the Base unit is powered. • When the system is in normal operational mode, a push makes the system goes into a pre-defined standby mode. • When the system is in standby, a push triggers the system to start up and it goes into normal operational mode. Back layout of the Base Unit The connection panel is situated at the back of the Base unit. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 29 CSE-200+ Specifications 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Image 2-3: Backside Base Unit 1 Digital Audio out 2 Analog Audio out 3 HDMI out 4 LAN Ethernet connection 5 USB Type-A port 6 USB Type-CTM port 7 HDMI in 8 Power connection 9 Reset 10 Kensington lock Mechanical fixture points The mechanical fixture points are located at the bottom of the Base Unit Antenna The antenna is built-in in the CSE-200+. Bottom layout of the Base Unit The serial number label containing the Barco part number, the revision number, production date (week-year) and the serial number. The product label with the applicable certification logos. The product label contains: • the Barco logo • the product name • the Barco part number • the power rating • markings for applicable standards (CE, CCC, UL, ...) • markings for waste regulation • “Made in ...” 2.4 About the Button Button A Button toggles the sharing of the individual PC or MAC screen on the meeting screen. Button layout A Button consists of three main components. 30 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Specifications 1 2 3 Image 2-4: Button layout 1 USB connector 2 Button 3 LED ring USB connector Using the USB connector the Button can be plugged into a laptop (for sharing your screen) or the Base Unit (for pairing the Button to the Base Unit or updating its software). Button R9861500D1 has a USB Type-A connector, Button R9861500D1C has a USB Type-CTM connector. Depending on the type of USB port on your laptop or on the Base Unit a convertor must be use. Button Click the Button to display the content of the laptop's screen on the meeting room display. Clicking the Button during the meeting will toggle the sharing of the screen. LED ring The LED ring indicates the current status of your ClickShare. LEDs behavior Explanation white blinking • the Button is plugged in the laptop and initializing or waiting for the user to start the ClickShare application. • pairing/software update of the Button in the Base Unit is in progress. static white • ClickShare is ready to start sharing your screen. • pairing is done. You can now unplug the Button from the Base Unit. static red • sharing your screen with the display. • pairing and software update is done. You can now unplug the Button from the Base Unit. red blinking • an error occurred. off (no light) • the Button is not or not properly inserted into the USB port. • the Button might be defective. • the USB port or computer might be defective. Button label The label at the bottom of the Button contains: • the Barco logo • the Barco part number • the serial number • the revision number • markings for applicable standards • markings for waste regulation • “Made in...” R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 31 CSE-200+ Specifications Handle the Button cable with care. Rough handling might cause defects. 2.5 Mobile Device Support Overview The below list of Apps are supported by ClickShare and can be installed on your mobile device from Google Play or Apple App Store. Before you can use your mobile device with ClickShare, you have to connect the mobile device Wi-Fi with the ClickShare Base Unit Wi-Fi. Follow the instructions as given in your mobile device user guide. App Used on Logo ClickShare App iOS Android 2.6 Ports used by the ClickShare Base Unit Overview Sender CSE-200+ Base Unit ClickShare Button TCP 6541; 6542; 6543; 6544; 6545 UDP 514 ClickShare App TCP 6541; 6542; 6543; 6544; 6545 UDP 5353

ClickShare Configurator TCP 80; 443

ClickShare REST API & CMGS TCP UDP 4000; 4001

Airplay TCP 4100-4200; 7000; 7100; 47000 UDP 4100-4200; 5353 Google Cast TCP 8008; 8009; 9080 UDP 1900; 32768:610004

MirrorOp for ClickShare TCP 6541-6545 UDP 5353

Auto-update TCP 80; 443 Button Manager TCP 6546 If Proxy settings are enabled in the Configurator for auto-update functionality, additional ports may be used. 4: Google Cast will pick a random UDP port above 32768 to facilitate video streaming 32 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ Getting started 3 Overview • Environmental Condition Check • Basic Workflow R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 33 Getting started 3.1 Environmental Condition Check Environment condition check For installations in environments where the device is subject to excessive dust, then it is highly advisable and desirable to have this dust removed prior to it reaching the device clean air supply. Devices or structures to extract or shield excessive dust well away from the device are a prerequisite; if this is not a feasible solution then measures to relocate the device to a clean air environment should be considered. It is the customer's responsibility to ensure at all times that the device is protected from the harmful effects of hostile airborne particles in the environment of the device. The manufacturer reserves the right to refuse repair if a device has been subject to negligence, abandon or improper use. Ambient temperature conditions Max. ambient temperature : +40°C or 104°F Min. ambient temperature: +0°C or 32°F Storage temperature: -10°C to +60°C (14°F to 140°F) Humidity Conditions Storage: 0 to 90% relative humidity, non-condensing Operation: 0 to 85% relative humidity, non-condensing Environment Do not install the device in a site near heat sources such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or humidity. Be aware that room heat rises to the ceiling; check that temperature near the installation site is not excessive. 3.2 Basic Workflow Before using CSE-200+ 1. Unpack the ClickShare components and accessories from the box. 2. For a detailed overview of the content of the CSE-200+ box, see “About the CSE-200+”, page 26. 3. Install the Base Unit in the meeting room using one of the 2 possible installation methods. 4. For more information on the installing procedures, see “CSE-200+ Installation”, page 35 5. Connect the video signal between the Base Unit and the display. 6. Connect the audio from the Base Unit to the meeting room's sound system (only required for audio via jack or SPDIF). 7. If configuration via a network is needed, connect a network cable between the Base Unit and the local network (if not yet done to power the Base Unit). 8. Connect the Base Unit to the mains power. 9. For more information see “Power connection”, page 39, 10. If desired, configure CSE-200+ via the Configurator. 11. For more information on the different ways to configure CSE-200+, see “CSE-200+ Configurator”, page 47 For more information on using CSE-200+, refer to the CSE-200+ User Guide. This manual can be found on Barco's website barco.com/clickshare. 34 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ Installation 4CSE-200+ Overview • Installation methods for the Base unit • Table mounting • Wall mounting • Video signal connections to the Base unit • Audio connection • LAN connection • Power connection • Starting up for the first time R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 35 CSE-200+ Installation 4.1 Installation methods for the Base unit For optimal performance, install the Base unit close to the display and avoid obstacles between the Base unit and the Buttons. Introduction to the installation methods The Base unit can be installed in different ways in a meeting room. • Table mount • Wall mount The articulated antennas are removable. They can rotate for better wireless connection. A Kensington lock is foreseen on one side of the Base Unit. WARNING: Ceiling mount is not allowed ! 4.2 Table mounting Overview Put the Base Unit directly on the meeting room table. The total weight of the Base Unit is 600 g. 4.3 Wall mounting About wall mounting No mounting bracket is needed to install the Base unit on the wall. The Base Unit can be mounted in any position on the wall, but it is preferred to mount it with the connections downwards. The total weight of the Base Unit is 600 g. Required tools • a drill (type of drill depends on the type of wall) • Screwdriver (depending on the used screws) Required parts • 2 mounting screws, maximum head diameter of 6.5 mm • 2 plugs How to install 1. Drill two holes in the wall or ceiling as indicated on the drawing. Horizontal distance : 162 mm, 36 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Installation 162 Ø6.5 Image 4-1: Mounting holes 2. Insert a plug in each hole (if needed, depends on the wall or ceiling type) and drive in 2 screws. Do not drive in the screws completely. Note: Mounting screws and plugs are not included in the CSE-200+ box . The type of screws and plugs depend on the type of wall (stone, wood, plasterboard, ...) you are mounting the Base Unit to. Make sure the head of the screw is not larger than the hole in the bottom plate of the Base Unit (< 6.5 mm). 3. Hook the Base Unit on both screw heads and slide the Base Unit downwards until it is fixed. 4.4 Video signal connections to the Base unit CAUTION: Make sure the Base Unit is installed properly before connecting. About Video signal connection A single screen can be connected to the Base unit. To connect a display, an HDMI connection should be made between the Base Unit and the display. To connect 1. Connect the Base unit to the display using a display cable. Note: No display cables are included in the ClickShare box at purchase. When setting up a display configuration, connect the HDMI cable to the display. When necessary, use an adapter piece to connect to a display port or a DVI port on the display side. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 37

CSE-200+ InstallationImage 4-2: Display connection HDMI OUT

4.5 Audio connection About audio The ClickShare Button captures the audio output of the user’s laptop and sends it to the Base Unit together with the video signal. The audio will be output at line levels from the mini jack socket (3.5mm), TOSLINK socket and via the HDMI connector. It is up to the user to decide whether or not to send the audio signal together with the video signal. The user can decide this by using the same tools as he would to control the laptop’s speakers or a headphone: the audio controls of the operating system (eg for Windows: Control Panel > Sounds and audio devices) or the physical buttons on the keyboard of their laptop (mute/unmute, lower volume, higher volume). There will be synchronization between the audio and video signal. Audio via HDMI When your display is connected via HDMI and it supports audio, a separate audio connection is not necessary. The audio signal is sent together with the video signal to the display. How to connect separate audio 1. When using the analog output, connect an audio cable with mini jack (3.5mm) into the analog audio output of the Base Unit. When using the digital output, connect an fibre optical cable with TOSLINK connector into the digital audio output of the Base Unit. 2. Connect the other side to the meeting room's sound system. Audio output needs to be selected in the Configurator, for more info, see “Audio settings”, page 61. Sound is not sent out In some Windows environments sound is not sent out. This can be solved as follow: 1. Right click on the sound icon in the system tray and select Playback devices. The Sound window opens. 2. Select Speakers ClickShare, select Set default and click Apply. 38 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Installation 4.6 LAN connection About LAN connection The Base Unit can be connected to a local network or directly to a laptop. For normal operation, a LAN connection is not necessary. The LAN connection can be used: • to configure your CSE-200+ unit • to update the software • for maintenance purposes • for network integration of your CSE-200+ unit How to connect 1. Insert a network cable with RJ-45 connector into the LAN port. 2. Connect the other side to a LAN. 4.7 Power connection About power This product is intended to be supplied by a UL Listed Power Unit marked “Class 2” or “LPS” or “Limited Power Source” with output rated 12 VDC 1.5A min. An external power adapter is delivered with the product. Once the Base unit is powered, it starts up. Then the power button can be used to switch on or off. How to connect the external power adapter. 1. Plug the barrel connector of the power adapter into the power input of the Base unit. 2. Slide a power input adaptor piece (US, CN, EU or UK) on the power adapter of the ClickShare . Use the one which is applicable in your country. 1. Slide up to lock the adapter piece (1). Slide down to unlock the adapter piece (2). Image 4-3 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 39 CSE-200+ Installation Image 4-4 1 2 Image 4-5 3. Connect the power cable to the wall outlet. 4.8 Starting up for the first time Start wall paper When starting up a new CSE-200+ an update wall paper will be displayed. Image 4-6 Download the new firmware and install. For more info about firmware update, see “Firmware update”, page 92 This wall paper will be displayed again when no updates are done within the next 18 months. 40 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ buttons 5Preparing the Overview • Pairing • ClickShare Extension Pack • ClickShare Extension Pack installer R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 41 Preparing the buttons 5.1 Pairing Pairing of the Buttons with the Base Unit To be able to use a Button it should be assigned to the Base Unit you are using. This process is called pairing. By default, the Button(s) delivered with the CSE-200+ set are already paired to the specific Base Unit. In case you buy additional Buttons or when a Button should be assigned to another Base Unit, the Button needs to be paired (again). The Button software update runs in the background and will not impact users while using the system. If desired, this feature can be disabled in the Web Interface. When downgrading or updating to an older version of the Base Unit software the Buttons need to paired manually to update their software and that only in case the Button update over Wi-Fi is disabled. A Button can only be paired to one Base Unit at a time. The Button will always make connection to the Base Unit it was last paired to. Pairing a Button can be done in two ways: • by plugging the Button to the Base Unit. • by using the Button Manager application running on your laptop. To pair a Button to the Base unit by plugging in 1. Insert the Button in one of the USB port available on the Base Unit you are using (image is only given as example, all USB connectors can be used). Note: For some ports or Buttons, it can be necessary to use a convertor. Image 5-1: Pair button Both the LEDs of the Button and the LEDs of the Base Unit are blinking white. This means pairing is in progress. The Base Unit automatically checks whether the software of the Button is up to date. If not, the Base Unit updates the Button software. This may take more time. During the pairing and update process, a small status bar is display. Image 5-2: Pairing message The result of the pairing process can be as follows: • When the LEDs become static white, the Button is paired to the Base Unit, but no software update was needed. You can unplug the Button from the Base Unit. • When the LEDs become static red, the Button is paired to the Base Unit and the software update has finished. You can unplug the Button from the Base Unit. 42 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ Preparing the buttons Image 5-3: Pairing finished 2. Unplug the Button from the Base Unit. The Button is now ready for use. To pair a Button to the Base Unit using the Button Manager Via the Button Manager client application running on your laptop, up to 4 Buttons can be paired simultaneously to a Base Unit without plugging the Buttons to the Base Unit. The Buttons are plugged in to your laptop. For more information about the Button Manager, consult the Button Manager’s user guide which can be downloaded from Barco’s website. 5.2 ClickShare Extension Pack About The ClickShare Extension Pack is a collection of tools to upgrade your ClickShare user experience. This Extension Pack contains the ClickShare Launcher service and a driver to enable the Extended Desktop functionality. Both tools will be installed by default. To change the default behavior of the installer, the installer will need to be executed with command line parameters. The ClickShare Extension Pack can be installed by the end user manually, pre-installed on your company’s laptop image or deployed company-wide with SCCM or other tools. The latest extension pack can be downloaded via barco.com/en/product/clickshare-extension-pack 5.3 ClickShare Extension Pack installer Interactive setup In this setup, the user runs the installer which will install the ClickShare Extension Pack on his computer after the user accepts the EULA. After the setup finished, the ClickShare launcher will be started automatically. The Extended desktop driver can only be used after the user reboots his computer. Starting the setup 1. Download the ClickShare Extension Pack using the link indicated in “ClickShare Extension Pack”, page 43. 2. Unzip the downloaded file. 3. Click ClickShare-Extension-Pack-01.00.01.0003.msi to start the installation. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 43 Preparing the buttons Image 5-4 4. Click Next, accept the License Agreement and click Next to continue. If necessary, follow the on screen instructions. Silent setup In this setup, a user or an IT admin can install the ClickShare Extension pack using the Windows command prompt. Following is an example of a silent installation (version numbers are only given as example, always check Barco’s web for the latest version): Launcher only install: msiexec. exe /i ClickShare-Extension-Pack-01.00.02.0003. msi ACCEPT_EULA=YES INSTALLFOLDER=C:\ LAUNCH_APP=YES /qn Extended desktop only install : msiexec. exe /i ClickShare-Extension-Pack-01.00.02.0003. msi ACCEPT_EULA=YES ADDLOCAL=ExtendedDesktopDriverFeature INSTALLFOLDER=C:\ LAUNCH_APP=YES /qn Full install (laucher + extended desktop): msiexec. exe /i ClickShare-Extension-Pack-01.00.02.0003. msi ACCEPT_EULA=YES ADDLOCAL=ALL INSTALLFOLDER=C:\ LAUNCH_APP=YES /qn The computer will reboot. This can be suppressed with /norestart. A reboot will be needed afterwards for the extended desktop feature to be working. In case the end-user should decide if they want to reboot, /promptrestart /QB!+ can be used (basic UI, no cancel option, but prompt to reboot) Parameter Description ACCEPT_EULA This parameter shows that the installer accepts the EULA text as is. This parameters must be set to YES in order to continue to the installation.

INSTALLFOLD ER This parameter specifies the installation directory for ClickShare launcher. If not specified, the default folder will be the Program Files folder.

LAUNCH_APP The ClickShare launcher application will be started right after the installation finishes if this parameter is set to YES. Otherwise, the launcher application will not be started. /qn This parameter indicates that the installation will be done in silent mode, meaning that there will be no visible windows during the installation. ADDLOCAL This parameter indicated the type of the installation. No parameter added, installs only the launcher. Windows environment variable A windows environment variable can be introduced to start the client software from a custom location, in case the client software of the Button was copied to a different location. 44 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ Preparing the buttons The variable to be used is CLICKSHARE_LAUNCHER_CLIENT_PATH. The value should be the path to the client software. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 45 Preparing the buttons 46 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ Configurator 6CSE-200+ Overview • Accessing the Configurator • On-Screen Language and Text Size • Meeting room information • Personalisation, wallpaper • Personalisation, Personalized wallpaper • Manage configuration files • Display setup, Outputs • Display setup, Inputs • Audio settings • WiFi settings • LAN settings • Network integration, activation • Network integration, EAP-TLS security mode • Network integration, EAP-TTLS security mode • Network integration, PEAP security mode • Network integration, WPA2-PSK security mode • Services, mobile devices • Service, ClickShare API, remote control via API • CMGS Server Integration • Services, Remote Button Pairing • Security, security level • Security, passwords • Status information Base Unit • Date & Time setup, manually • Date & Time setup, time server • Energy savers • Buttons • Blackboard • Firmware Update • Support & Updates, Troubleshoot, log settings • Factory defaults Within some menus the Configurator is indicated as WebUI. E.g. WebUI password, that is the password to enter the Configurator. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 47 CSE-200+ Configurator 48 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator 6.1 Accessing the Configurator Getting access to the Configurator There are three ways to access the Configurator: • Via the LAN • Direct Ethernet connection between PC and Base Unit. • Via the Base Unit's wireless network When accessing the configurator for the first time, the ClickShare Configuration Wizard starts automatically. This configuration wizard can be started at any moment to change your configuration instead of using the menus. To access the Configurator via the LAN 1. Open a browser. Note: Supported browsers are Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari. 2. Browse to the IP address you can find in the bottom left corner of the startup screen. Note: The Wired IP address is only visible when the Base Unit is connected to the LAN. A login screen appears. Image 6-1: Login screen 3. To change the language of the Configurator, click on the drop down next to the current selected language and select the desired language. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 49 CSE-200+ Configurator Image 6-2: Configurator lanuguages The following languages are possible: • Arabic • Simplified Chinese • Traditional Chinese • Danish • Dutch • English • Finnish • French • German • Italian • Japanese • Korean • Norwegian • Portuguese • Russian • Spanish • Swedish The Configurator language changes to the selected language. 4. Enter the user name 'admin' and the password, read and accept the EULA and click OK. By default, the password is set to 'admin'. Warning: It is strongly recommended to change the default password into a strong password on first use, to prevent that anyone else accessing the configurator can change the settings of the ClickShare Base Unit. See section “Security, passwords”. The configurator opens. 50 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator Image 6-3: Start screen The language of the configurator can be changed on any page in the interface. The screen is split up in 2 panes. Left pane with the selection buttons and a right pane to configure the selected function. The startup screen itself shows: • the wired IP address • the wireless IP address • the wireless SSID • the number of Buttons connected • the system state If you cannot find the IP address (e.g. there is no screen available) you should connect to the Base Unit directly with your laptop via an Ethernet crossover cable and access the web interface using the fixed IP address 192.168.1.23. Make sure your own LAN adapter is set in the 192.168.1.x range. To access the Configurator via a direct connection. 1. Connect the Base Unit to your laptop using an Ethernet cable. 2. On your laptop, open a browser. Note: Supported browsers are Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari. 3. Browse to 192.168.1.23. A login screen appears. 4. Enter the user name 'admin' and the password, read and accept the EULA and click OK. By default the password is set to 'admin'. The configurator opens. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 51 CSE-200+ Configurator To access the Configurator via the Base Unit wireless network 1. On your laptop, connect to the Base Unit wireless network. The default SSID and password to connect to the Base Unit are respectively 'ClickShare-<serial base number>' and 'clickshare'. 2. On your laptop, open a browser. Note: Supported browsers are Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari. 3. Browse to 192.168.2.1. A login screen appears. 4. Enter the user name 'admin' and the password, read and accept the EULA and click OK. By default the password is set to 'admin'. The web interface opens. Older laptops might not support the 5 GHz Frequency Band. If your Base Unit is set to that frequency range, those devices will not be able to connect to the Base Unit via the wireless network. Overview of functions Group Function Personalization On-Screen ID Wallpaper Configuration Files Display & Audio Display & Audio Wi-Fi & Network Wi-Fi Settings LAN Settings Network integration (not for CS-100) Services Security Compatibility Security levels Passwords System Base Unit Status Date & Time Energy Savers Buttons Blackboard (only for CSE-200+) Support & Updates Firmware Troubleshoot When a setting is changed, always click Save changes to store the changes. 52 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator 6.2 On-Screen Language and Text Size About the on-screen language. The on-screen language can be set independent of the configurator language. The on-screen text size can be changed between small, medium or large. Language selection 1. Log in to the Configurator 2. Click Personalisation → On-Screen ID. Image 6-4: Personalisation, On-Screen ID 3. Select the language of the on-screen text. Click on the drop down box next to Language for on-screen text and select the desired language. The following languages are possible: • Arabic • Simplified Chinese • Traditional Chinese • Danish • Dutch • English • Finnish • French • German • Italian • Japanese • Korean • Norwegian • Portuguese • Russian • Spanish • Swedish R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 53 CSE-200+ Configurator Text size 1. Log in to the Configurator 2. Click Personalisation → On-Screen ID. 3. Click on the drop down box next to On-screen text size and select the desired font size. The following sizes are possible: • Small • Medium • Large 6.3 Meeting room information About meeting room settings The following settings are possible: • Meeting room name • Meeting room location • Welcome message on the ClickShare screen • Show meeting room info • Show network info • Show source names Image 6-5: Personalisation, On-Screen ID Meeting room name, location and welcome message 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click Personalisation → On-screen ID. 3. Click in the input field next to Meeting room name and enter a name for the meeting room. This text is shown on the user's device when the Button is ready to share ("Ready to share on..."), on the central screen connected to the Base Unit and in the list of AirPlay receivers on the user's iOS device. 4. Click in the input field next to Location name and enter the location. 54 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator 5. Click in the input field next to Welcome message and enter the desired message. Show on-screen information 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click Personalisation → On-screen ID. 3. Check the check box in front of Show meeting room info. Checked: meeting room name, location and welcome message are displayed on-screen when nothing is shared. Not checked: nothing is shown on-screen. 4. Check the check box in front of Show network info. Checked: LAN information such as wired IP address, hostname are displayed. Also the Wi-Fi IP address and SSID are displayed. Not checked: no LAN nor Wi-Fi information is displayed. 5. Check the check box in front of Show source names. Checked: the source name of the shared content is displayed on the screen. Not checked: no source info displayed on the screen. 6.4 Personalisation, wallpaper About wallpaper When CSE-200+ starts up, a background (wallpaper) is displayed. The display of this background wallpaper can be disabled. By default a general ClickShare and a quick start wallpaper are available. The possibility exists to upload personal backgrounds (wallpapers). The default wallpapers cannot be removed from the system. Wallpaper selection 1. Log in to the Configurator 2. Click Personalisation → Wallpaper. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 55 CSE-200+ Configurator Image 6-6: Wallpaper selection The Wallpaper selection pane is shown. The current selected wallpaper is shown with a red border. 3. Select one of the available wallpapers and click on Save Changes. Note: By default a general Barco CSE-200+ wallpaper and a CSE-200+ Quick Start Guide wallpapers are available. They are automatically resized to fit the aspect ratio of the screen. The selected wallpaper is indicated with a red border. The message Successfully applied changes appears on top of the wallpaper selection window. You can also add a personal wallpaper, e.g. your company logo. For more information on adding a new wallpaper to the list, see “Personalisation, Personalized wallpaper”, page 57. Download wallpaper 1. Hoover with your mouse over the wallpaper to download and click on the download symbol on the upper right corner. Image 6-7: Download wallpaper The wallpaper is downloaded to your PC. Enable - disable Wallpaper 1. Within the Wallpaper pane, check the check box next to Show the wallpaper when no one is sharing their screen. Checked: wallpaper will be displayed when no one is sharing content. 56 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator Not checked: no wallpaper will be displayed when no one is sharing content. The video output of the Base Unit is disabled when no content is shared. This feature is especially useful when the Base Unit is integrated in a larger AK system 6.5 Personalisation, Personalized wallpaper About a personalized wallpaper Via the Configurator it is possible to upload personalized backgrounds or wallpapers. The upload file should be a JPEG, PNG, BMP or TIFF format with a maximum size of 2.5MB. Maximum 5 wallpaper can be uploaded. How to upload 1. Log in to the Configurator 2. Click Personalisation → Wallpaper. The Wallpaper selection pane is shown. The current selected wallpaper is shown with a red border. 3. Hoover your mouse over the free place and click on Choose image. Image 6-8: Personalized wallpaper selection A browser window opens. 4. Browse for the desired image, click Open to load the image. The content of the file is checked and when valid (format and size), the file is uploaded. The new wallpaper gets a red border. 5. Click on Save changes to apply the personalized wallpaper The message Successfully applied changes is displayed on top of the page. Change personalized image 1. Click Personalisation → Wallpaper. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 57 CSE-200+ Configurator 2. Hoover your mouse over the current personalized image and click Change image. Image 6-9: Change image 3. Browse for the desired image, click Open to load the image. The content of the file is checked and when valid (format and size), the file is uploaded. The new wallpaper gets a red border. 4. Click on Save changes to apply the personalized wallpaper and replace the previous file. The message Successfully applied changes is displayed on top of the page. Remove personalized wallpaper 1. Hoover your mouse over the current image and click on the trash bin to remove the image. Image 6-10: Remove wallpaper The personalized wallpaper is removed and the default wall paper is activated. 6.6 Manage configuration files About Manage configuration files A full backup can be downloaded but cannot be used to duplicate configuration settings to other Base units. Therefore, it is possible to download a Portable version. This portable version can be uploaded via the upload 58 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator configuration button on other Base units (same type). Via the same button, the full backup can be uploaded on the original Base Unit. A portable backup contains: • Wallpapers • Wallpapers settings • Logging settings • All display settings • OSD language • Location • Welcome message • WiFi channel • WiFi frequency To manage the configuration files 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click Personalisation → Configuration Files. Image 6-11: Configuration files 3. To download a full backup, click on Full Backup. An xml file, containing all information and history will be downloaded. This file can be reused on the same Base Unit only. 4. To download a portable version, click on Portable Version. An xml file, containing portable information to duplicate settings on another Base Unit. 5. To upload a configuration, click on Upload Configuration. A browser window opens. Navigate to the upload file (xml file) and click Open to upload. A full backup can be uploaded on the Base Unit where the backup was created and a portable version can be uploaded on any other Base Unit of the same model. When uploading a config file, the history of software updates and paired Buttons is lost. Paired buttons will however remain functional if the Base Unit has not changed from SSID or wireless password. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 59 CSE-200+ Configurator 6.7 Display setup, Outputs Resolution The output resolution to the display is set on Auto. That means that the CSE-200 + output resolution is automatically adapted to the resolution of the display. For HDMI displays, a hot plug detection is available. Screen saver setup 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click Display & Audio → Outputs. Image 6-12: Display settings 3. To activate the screen saver, drag the slider bar to the left or to the right until the desired delay time is reached. When the slider is set completely to the right, the screen saver will never be activated. 6.8 Display setup, Inputs About the input When a input source is connected to the HDMI input, the Signal led lits up. The name of the source is displayed next to Source Name but can be changed. This source name is displayed on the screen. How to change the source name 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click Display & Audio → Inputs. Image 6-13: Inputs 3. Click in the input field, select the current name and enter a new name. 60 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator 4. Click on Save changes to apply the new settings. 6.9 Audio settings About the audio settings The audio functionality can be disabled or enabled. When the enable and/or disable setting is changed, the Buttons must be re-paired before the setting becomes active. Image 6-14: Audio settings How to change 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click Display & Audio → Display & Audio. 3. Check or uncheck the check box next to Enable Audio. Checked: audio is enabled. Unchecked: audio is disabled. 4. To select the audio output, click on the drop down box and select the desired audio output. Jack: audio output via jack. HDMI: audio output via HDMI. SPDIF: digital audio ouput via TOSLINK 5. Click on Save changes to apply the new settings. 6.10 WiFi settings WARNING: It is not allowed to operate the Base Unit outside its intended geographical region. About WiFi A connection with the Base Unit can be made via a wireless connection. A fixed wireless IP address is used to establish the connection. The transmission power of the wireless signal can be reduced. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 61 CSE-200+ Configurator Image 6-15: WiFi settings Changing the IP address will require a repairing of the Buttons used with this Base Unit. IP address & subnet mask 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click Wi-Fi & Network → WiFi Settings. 3. To change the IP address or subnet mask, click in the input field and enter the 4 octets of the new IP address or subnet mask. Note: This must NOT be 0.0.0.0 for static IP-Address assignment. Frequency band & channel 1. Select the wireless connection channel by clicking on the drop down box and selecting the desired channel. The channels available in the list vary according to the regional version of your Base Unit. Re-pairing the Buttons is not required when changing the frequency band or wireless connection channel. 2. Select the wireless connection frequency band: 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz by clicking on the drop down box and selecting the correct band. Note: Make sure your PC’s wireless interface supports the 5 GHz band before selecting it on the Base Unit. Below the channel selection pane, an indication is given of the available bandwidth of the current channel. To see if sufficient bandwidth is available in a different channel, select the channel in the drop down and save the changes. The page will reload with the new settings and an indication of the channel fit will be given after approximately 1 minute. There is no need to reload the page to see the result. The channels available in the list vary according to the regional version of your Base Unit. Re-pairing the Buttons is not required when changing the frequency band or wireless connection channel. SSID & passphrase 1. Enter a public name (SSID) for the wireless network. 62 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator The default SSID is ClickShare-<serial number Base Unit>. 2. If you want to broadcast this SSID, check the checkbox before Enable SSID broadcast. 3. Enter a new WiFi passphrase and confirm that passphrase. CAUTION: It is strongly recommended to change the Wi-Fi passphrase on first use to prevent anyone else accessing the Wi-Fi network. Signal strength 1. Select the Signal Strength. Click on the slider and reduce the broadcasted power (signal strength) until the desired strength is obtained. Note: Too low power and interference by others might lead to connection issues. If so, increase again the signal strength until the issues are solved. By default the strength is set to 100%. ClickShare Configurator (WebUI) access via Wi-Fi 1. To allow access to the configurator via Wi-Fi, check the check box in front of WebUI available via Wi-Fi. Checked: Configurator accessible via Wi-Fi. Not checked: access to the configurator via Wi-Fi is blocked. 6.11 LAN settings About LAN network settings A network connection can be configured through DHCP or by manually entering a fixed IP address. DHCP Dynamic host configuration protocol. DHCP is a communications protocol that lets network administrators manage centrally and automate the assignment of IP addresses in an organization's network. Using the Internet Protocol, each machine that can connect to the Internet needs a unique IP address. When an organization sets up its computer users with a connection to the Internet, an IP address must be assigned to each machine. Without DHCP, the IP address must be entered manually at each computer and, if computers move to another location in another part of the network, a new IP address must be entered. DHCP lets a network administrator supervise and distribute IP addresses from a central point and automatically sends a new IP address when a computer is plugged into a different place in the network. Hostname & method 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click Wi-Fi & Network → LAN Settings. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 63 CSE-200+ Configurator Image 6-16: LAN settings 3. Click in the input field next to Hostname and enter a host name for the Base Unit. The default host name is ClickShare-<serial number Base Unit>. 4. To select the method, click on the drop down box next to Method and select the Automatic (DHCP) or Manual. When Automatic (DHCP) is selected, the IP address, subnet mask and default gateway fields are grayed out but the currently used settings are filled out. 5. Click Save changes to apply the settings. Manual (fixed) IP address 1. Click on the drop down box next to Method and select Manual. The IP address, subnet and gateway input fields are activated. 2. Click in the input field of the IP address and fill out the 4 octets. Note: An address contains 4 octets with a maximum value of 255. This must NOT be 0.0.0.0 for static IP-Address assignment 3. Click in the Subnet mask input fields and fill out the 4 octets as appropriate for the local subnet. 4. Click in the Default Gateway input fields and fill out the 4 octets. Set the Default-Gateway to the IP-Address of the router (MUST be on the local subnet!). Note: This must NOT be 0.0.0.0. If there is no router on the local subnet then just set this field to any IP-Address on the subnet. 5. Click in the DNS Servers input field and fill out the preferred DNS servers (maximum 5) in a comma separated list. 6. Click Save changes to apply the settings. Do not use IP address 192.168.2.x for a Subnet mask 255.255.255.0 and IP address 192.168.x.x for a Subnet mask 255.255.0.0 64 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+

Use a proxy server CSE-200+ Configurator

This setting is important for the auto-update feature of the Base Unit, which require internet access. 1. Check the check box next to Use a proxy server. Image 6-17: Proxy settings The proxy settings become available. 2. Enter the proxy server address. Enter the IP address or hostname. Some proxy servers need a port number, user name and password, for others is this optional. 3. Optionally, enter the used server port. 4. Optionally, enter the user name. 5. Optionally, enter the password. 6. Click Save changes to apply the settings. 6.12 Network integration, activation Introduction “ClickShare Network Integration” aims at deploying ClickShare in larger organizations without interfering with the existing wireless network infrastructure. In a default stand-alone setup, the ClickShare Base Unit creates its own wireless access point (AP) which the ClickShare Buttons use to connect. These so-called “rogue” APs can become a nuisance in larger installations. Next to that, meeting participants who are sharing content from mobile devices have to switch networks to connect with the ClickShare Base Unit. This is where ClickShare Network Integration comes in. Once fully configured and enabled, the built-in AP of the Base Unit is disabled. The Button or the mobile devices can then connect to a wireless access point that is part of the corporate network. At this point, the Base Unit needs to be connected to the corporate network via the wired Ethernet interface so that the Buttons and mobile devices can share their content on the Base Unit. Security modes There are 2 security modes supported by the Button to connect to the corporate network: • The first one, which applies to a typical corporate network setup, is WPA2-Enterprise with 802.1X. • As we also want to support smaller organizations, which might have a more traditional Wi-Fi setup, there is also support for WPA2-PSK, also known as WPA2-Personal. Both modes are based on Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA). We talk about WPA2, an improved version of the original WPA standard, which adds AES encryption to improve security. WPA2-Enterprise with 802.1X WPA2-Enterprise relies on a server (using RADIUS) to authenticate each individual client on the network. To do this, authentication 802.1x is used (also known as port-based Network Access Control). 802.1x encapsulates the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) for use on local area networks. This is also known as “EAP over LAN” or EAPoL. Using RADIUS, these EAPoL messages are routed through the network in order to authenticate the client device on the network – which, in the case of ClickShare, are the Buttons. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 65 CSE-200+ Configurator The 802.11i (WPA2) standard defines a number of required EAP methods. However, not all of them are used extensively in the field, and some other ones (which are not in the standard) are used much more often. Therefore, we have selected the most widely used EAP methods. The list of EAP methods supported in the ClickShare system is: • EAP-TLS • PEAP • EAP-TTLS Considerations When you choose to integrate the ClickShare system into your corporate network, there are a few things to consider up front. First of all, make sure that all your Base Units can be connected to your network via the wired Ethernet interface. Also, take into account the amount of bandwidth that each Button needs to stream the captured screen content to the Base Unit – this is usually somewhere between 5 and 15 Mbps. So, prevent bottlenecks in your network (e. g. 100 Mbps switches) that could potentially degrade your ClickShare experience due to a lack of bandwidth. Prerequisites Before rolling out ClickShare Network Integration, make sure your infrastructure meets the following prerequisites. Network Once you enable the corporate network, the internal Wi-Fi access point of the ClickShare Base Unit is disabled. Make sure your Base Unit is connected to the corporate network via its wired Ethernet interface. Firewall To ensure that you can successfully share content via the ClickShare Button, or from mobile devices, to the Base Unit, make sure the ports mentioned in “Ports used by the ClickShare Base Unit”, page 32are open on your network: VLAN A lot of corporate networks are divided into multiple VLANs – for example, to separate BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) traffic from the “core” corporate network. Take this into consideration when integrating ClickShare into your network. ClickShare Buttons connecting to your wireless infrastructure should be able to connect to the Base Units. Furthermore, if you want to use the mobile apps, these should also be able to reach the Base Units. It is advisable to put all ClickShare Units into a separate VLAN so they are easily manageable. DNS For the Buttons to be able to stream their content to the Base Unit, they must be able to resolve the Base Unit’s hostname within the network. If no DNS is available Buttons will fall back to the IP of the Base Unit at the moment of USB pairing. Because of this we strongly advise to reserve IP addresses in your DHCP server for each Base Unit to prevent issues when the hostname is not resolvable. NTP When using EAP-TLS, you must also configure NTP on the Base Unit. This can be done via the Base Unit’s Configurator (WebUI). The Base Unit must have the correct time to handle the certificates required for EAP TLS. Preferably, you should use an NTP server with high availability on the local corporate network. Be advised that, when using an NTP server on the internet, the Base Unit cannot connect through a proxy server. Advice To check if a button could reach the Base Unit please connect a PC in the same way a Button would connect (same user name, pw, certificates) and ping the Base Unit’s hostname, you can find the hostname in the Based Units Configurator. If the ping fails try pinging the IP adjust your network setup so pinging the hostname is successful. We strongly advise to reserve IP addresses in your DHCP server for each Base Unit to prevent issues when the hostname is not resolvable. Start up Due to the complexity of the ClickShare Network Integration feature, you must activate it first. To activate, go to the Network integration and click Change configuration button. 66 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator The Corporate Network Integration feature is provided “AS IS”, without any liability or obligation of or on behalf of Barco. Barco cannot guarantee that the feature works in your corporate network. The reliability, quality and stability when sharing using the Corporate Network Integration depends on your network infrastructure. Image 6-18: Network integration, activation A setup wizard starts up. Apps To allow mobile devices connected to the corporate network to share content with any Base Unit on the network, you need enable those via the Wi-Fi & Network > Services page of the Configurator. Make sure the proper Services are enabled and the Enable over LAN box is checked. You must re-pair all the Buttons after completing the setup wizard ! 6.13 Network integration, EAP-TLS security mode About EAP-TLS EAP-TLS (Transport Layer Security) is an EAP method based on certificates which allows mutual authentication between client and server. It requires a PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) to distribute server and client certificates. For some organizations this might be too big of a hurdle, for those cases EAP-TTLS and PEAP provide good alternatives. Even though a X.509 client certificate is not strictly required by the standard it is mandatory in most implementations including for ClickShare. When implemented using client certificates, EAP-TLS is considered one of the most secure EAP methods. The only minor disadvantage, compared to PEAP and EAP-TTLS, is that the user identity is transmitted in the clear before the actual TLS handshake is performed. EAP-TLS is supported via SCEP or manual certificate upload. How to start up for EAP-TLS 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click WiFi & Network → Network integration. Click on Change configuraton. 3. Select the radio button next to EAP-TLS and click Next. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 67 CSE-200+ Configurator Image 6-19: Network integration, EAP-TLS selected The EAP-TLS mode window opens. Two choices are possible: • Auto alignment via SCEP • Manually provide Client & CA certificates Image 6-20 Using SCEP Select the radio button next to Auto enrollment via SCEP and click Next. The Simple Certificate Enrolment Protocol (SCEP) is a protocol which enables issuing and revoking of certificates in a scalable way. SCEP support is included to allow a quicker and smoother integration of the ClickShare Base Unit and Buttons into the corporate network. Since most companies are using Microsoft Windows Server and its active directory (AD) to manage users and devices our SCEP implementation is specifically targeted at the Network Device Enrolment Service (NDES) which is part of Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012. No other SCEP server implementations are supported. 68 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator Image 6-21 About NDES The Network Device Enrolment Service is Microsoft’s server implementation of the SCEP protocol. If you want to enable EAP-TLS using SCEP make sure NDES is enabled, configured and running on your Windows Server. For more details about setting up NDES, please visit the Microsoft website5. SCEP uses a so called “challenge password” to authenticate the enrollment request. For NDES, this challenge can be retrieved from your server at: http(s)://[your-server-hostname]/CertSrv/mscep_admin. When you enter the necessary credentials into the setup wizard, the Base Unit will automatically retrieve this challenge from the web page and use it in the enrollment request, thereby fully automating the process. Necessary Data to continue: Domain The company domain for which you are enrolling, should match with the one defined in your Active Directory.

SCEP ServerIP/ hostname This is the IP or hostname of the Windows Server in your network running the NDES service. Since Internet Information Services (IIS) supports both HTTP and HTTPS, also include which of the two you want to use. If not provided it will be default set to HTTP. E.g.: myserver or 10.192.5.1 or server.mycompany.com (will use http)

SCEP User name This is a user in your Active Directory which has the required permission to access the NDES service and request the challenge password. To be sure of this, the user should be part of the CA Administrators group (in case of a stand-alone CA) or have enroll permissions on the configured certificate templates. SCEP Password The corresponding password for the identity that you are using to authenticate on the corporate network. Per Base Unit, every Button uses the same identity and password to connect to the corporate network. Domain The company domain for which you are enrolling should match the one defined in your Active Directory. Identity Identity of the user account in the Active Directory which will be used by the ClickShare Buttons to connect to the corporate network. When using EAP-TLS make sure that the necessary mapping exists between the Client Certificate issued by your CA and this user account. Corporate SSID The SSID of your corporate wireless infrastructure to which the ClickShare Buttons will connect. 5: NDES White Paper: social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/9063.network-device-enrollment-service-ndes-in active-directory-certificate-services-ad-cs-en-us.aspx R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 69 CSE-200+ Configurator Using manually upload of certificates Select the radio button next to Provide certificates manually and click Next. If your current setup does not support SCEP or you prefer not to use it but you still want to benefit of the mutual authentication EAP-TLS offers, it is also possible to manually upload the necessary certificates. Image 6-22 Necessary Data to continue: Domain The company domain for which you are enrolling, should match with the one defined in your Active Directory. Identity Identity of the user account in the Active Directory which will be used by the ClickShare Buttons to connect to the corporate network. When using EAP-TLS make sure that the necessary mapping exists between the Client Certificate issued by your CA and this user account. Corporate SSID The SSID of your corporate wireless infrastructure to which the ClickShare Buttons will connect. Click Next to continue with the upload of the client certificate. Click Upload Client Certificate. The client certificate you provide should be signed by the authoritative root CA in your domain and should be linked to the user you specify in the Identity field. Also, make sure that the client certificate you provide contains the private key – this is necessary to set up the TLS connection successfully. ClickShare supports 2 formats for uploading a client certificate: • PKCS#12 (.pfx) - An archive file format for storing multiple cryptography objects. • Privacy Enhanced Mail (.pem) – A Base64 encoded DER certificate stored between 2 tags: "———BEGIN CERTIFICATE———" and "———END CERTIFICATE———". When the provided PKCS#12 file also contains the necessary CA certificate the Base Unit will extract it and verify the chain of trust to avoid that you have to separately provide the CA certificate. CA certificate The CA certificate is the certificate of the authoritative root CA in your domain and will be used in setting up the EAP-TLS connection. During the wizard the Base Unit will ensure that it can validate the chain of trust between the Client and CA certificates you provide. ClickShare supports the common .crt file extension which can contain a Base64 encoded DER certificate. When having problems connecting the Button to your corporate network, to get feedback from the Button please have a look at the ClickShare Client log. This log can be enabled by holding the Shift key when starting the Client executable. Look for the lines “EDSUSBDongleConnection:: mpParseDongleMessages”. An error code and a short summary of the issue should be logged. 70 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator 6.14 Network integration, EAP-TTLS security mode About EAP-TTLS EAP-TTLS (Tunneled Transport Layer Security) is an EAP implementation by Juniper networks. It is designed to provide authentication that is as strong as EAP-TLS, but it does not require each user to be issued a certificate. Instead, only the authentication servers are issued certificates. User authentication is performed by password, but the password credentials are transported in a securely encrypted tunnel established based upon the server certificates. User authentication is performed against the same security database that is already in use on the corporate LAN: for example, SQL or LDAP databases, or token systems. Since EAP-TTLS is usually implemented in corporate environments without a client certificate we have not included support for this. If you prefer using client certificates per user we suggest using EAP-TLS. How to start up for EAP-TTLS 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click WiFi & Network → Network integration. Click on Change configuraton. 3. Select the radio button next to EAP-TTLS and click Next. Image 6-23: Network integration, EAP-TTLS selected The EAP-TTLS mode window opens. Image 6-24 Necessary Data to continue: R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 71 CSE-200+ Configurator Domain The company domain for which you are enrolling, should match with the one defined in your Active Directory. Identity Identity of the user account in the Active Directory which will be used by the ClickShare Buttons to connect to the corporate network. Password The corresponding password for the identity that you are using to authenticate on the corporate network. Per Base Unit each Button will use the same identity and password to connect to the corporate network. Corporate SSID The SSID of your corporate wireless infrastructure to which the ClickShare Buttons will connect. Click Next to continue. When having problems connecting the Button to your corporate network, to get feedback from the Button please have a look at the ClickShare Client log. This log can be enabled by holding shift when starting the Client executable. Look for the lines “EDSUSBDongleConnection::mpParseDongleMessages”. An error code and a short summary of the issue should be logged. 6.15 Network integration, PEAP security mode About PEAP PEAP (Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol) is an EAP implementation co-developed by Cisco Systems, Microsoft and RSA Security. It sets up a secure TLS tunnel using the servers CA certificate after which actual user authentication takes place within the tunnel. This way of working enables it to use the security of TLS while authenticating the user but without the need for a PKI. The standard does not mandate which method is to be used to authenticate within the tunnel. But in this application note, with regard to PEAP, we are referring to PEAPv0 with EAP-MSCHAPv2 as the inner authentication method. This is one of the two certified PEAP implementations in the WPA and WPA2 standards – and by far the most common and widespread implementation of PEAP. How to start up for PEAP 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click WiFi & Network → Network integration. Click on Change configuraton. 3. Select the radio button next to PEAP and click Next. Image 6-25: Network integration, PEAP selected The PEAP mode window opens. 72 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator Image 6-26 Necessary Data to continue: Domain The company domain for which you are enrolling, should match with the one defined in your Active Directory. Identity Identity of the user account in the Active Directory which will be used by the ClickShare Buttons to connect to the corporate network. Password The corresponding password for the identity that you are using to authenticate on the corporate network. Per Base Unit each Button will use the same identity and password to connect to the corporate network. Corporate SSID The SSID of your corporate wireless infrastructure to which the ClickShare Buttons will connect. Click Next to continue. When having problems connecting the Button to your corporate network, to get feedback from the Button please have a look at the ClickShare Client log. This log can be enabled by holding the Shift key when starting the Client executable. Look for the lines “EDSUSBDongleConnection::mpParseDongleMessages”. An error code and a short summary of the issue should be logged. 6.16 Network integration, WPA2-PSK security mode About WPA2-PSK WPA2-PSK does not distinguish between individual users, there is 1 password (PSK – Pre-Shared Key) for all clients connecting to the wireless infrastructure. This makes setup very straightforward. Once connected, all data transmitted between client and AP (access point) is encrypted using a 256 bit key. How to start up for WPA2-PSK 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click WiFi & Network → Network integration. Click on Change configuraton. 3. Select the radio button next to WPA2-PSK and click Next. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 73 CSE-200+ Configurator Image 6-27: Network integration, WPA2-PSK selected The WPA2-PSK mode window opens. Necessary Data to continue: Image 6-28 Corporate SSID The SSID of your corporate wireless infrastructure to which the ClickShare Buttons will connect.

Passphrase (Pre shared key) Click Next to continue. The key used in WPA2-PSK to authenticate onto the wireless infrastructure. This can be a string of 64 hexadecimal digits or a passphrase of 8 to 63 printable ASCII characters.

When having problems connecting the Button to your corporate network, to get feedback from the Button please have a look at the ClickShare Client log. This log can be enabled by holding the Shift key when starting the Client executable. Look for the lines “EDSUSBDongleConnection::mpParseDongleMessages”. An error code and a short summary of the issue should be logged. CAUTION: It is strongly recommended to enable Wi-Fi security by choosing WPA2-PSK or WPA2 Enterprise and to NOTopt for disabling the Wi-Fi security mode. Default Wi-Fi security mode is WPA2-PSK, the Wi-Fi passphrase should be changed on first use to prevent anyone else accessing the Wi-Fi network. 6.17 Services, mobile devices ClickShare app This function enables the possibility to connect with a mobile device using the ClickShare app to connect to the Base Unit. It is enabled by default. When the Base Unit is integrated in the corporate network, it may be required to disable content sharing from the ClickShar app. 74 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator About streaming information via AirPlay Before you can stream information and display it via ClickShare your device must be connected with the wireless network of the Base Unit. Then AirPlay must be activated on your device. For more information about activating AirPlay, consult the user guide of your device. The supported versions of AirPlay can be found on Barco’s website, barco.com\clickshare. The support of non-released version of these protocols cannot be guaranteed by Barco. About streaming via Google Cast Before you can mirror information and display it via ClickShare your device must be connected with the wireless network of the Base Unit. When activating Google Cast on your device an overview of the access points is given. For more information about using Google Cast, consult the user guide of your device. The supported versions of Google Cast can be found on Barco’s website, barco.com\clickshare. The support of non-released version of these protocols cannot be guaranteed by Barco. Google Cast does not support a passcode. Google Cast can only be used when the clock of the Base Unit is set correctly. If not Google Cast cannot make a connection with the Base Unit. How to enable 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click WiFi & Network → Services. Image 6-29: Services, mobile devices 3. To allow any of the services over the wired ethernet connection, check the box in front of Enable over LAN. To allow sharing content via ClickShare app, check the check box in front of Sharing via ClickShare app. To allow streaming via AirPlay, check the check box in front of Streaming via AirPlay. To allow streaming (mirroring) via Google Cast, check the check box in front of Streaming via Google Cast. 4. To add a passcode, click on the drop down and select the desired passcode (not for Google Cast). The following options are possible: • No passcode R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 75 CSE-200+ Configurator • Numeric passcode 5. Click Save changes to apply this setting. Access via mobile devices is activate. 6.18 Service, ClickShare API, remote control via API About API settings The API can be enabled or disabled, that means that the access to the unit from an external device can be allowed or can be blocked. This functions in enabled by default. How to enable 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click WiFi & Network → Services. Image 6-30: ClickShare API setting 3. Check the check box in front of Remote control via API to enable this function. Checked: remote control via API is allowed. A password can be used to protect the access. Not checked: no remote control via API allowed. 76 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator 6.19 CMGS Server Integration About the CMGS Server integration The CSE-200+ Base Unit can be integrated within the company network and controlled via the CMGS server application depending on the user rights. How to integrate 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click WiFi & Network → Services. Image 6-31: CMGS Server integration 3. Click in the CMGS Server input field and enter the IP address or hostname of the CMGS server. 4. Click Save changes to apply the settings. 6.20 Services, Remote Button Pairing About remote Button pairing When using ClickShare Button Manager, a stand alone software application on your computer, you can manage your Buttons on most of the types of ClickShare Base Units. Your computer can pair up to four Buttons at once with a known Base Unit. It is not necessary anymore to physically connect the Button with the Base Unit to pair it. This functionality makes it easy to use any Button with any Base Unit. Before you can use the ClickShare Button Manager a password must be configured on each Base Unit. How to setup 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click WiFi & Network → Services. 3. Scroll to Remote Button Pairing. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 77 CSE-200+ Configurator Image 6-32: Service, Remote Button pairing 4. Check the checkbox in front of Enable remote Button pairing. Checked: remote Button pairing is activated. A password should be entered to start the remote pairing from the Button Manager. Not checked: remote Button pairing is desactivated. 5. Click in the input field next to Password and enter a password. 6. Click Save changes to apply the settings. 6.21 Security, security level About security levels For the use of the ClickShare system, a security level can be set. By default, level 1 is activated. A security level is a predefined set of settings which are automatically set when a level is selected. Level 1 : offers support for normal day-to-day operations in any organization. Level 1 contains the standard security options and encryption of audio and video data. The standard security options are: • PIN code activation for mobile apps and Buttons, • ClickShare Configurator (WebUI) access via HTTPS with login management, • no wireless ClickShare Configurator (WebUI) access, • SSID of Wi-Fi network is hidden. Level 2 : this level offers a higher degree of security, fit for organizations that are more sensitive to security matters. Level 2 contains the level 1 security and a mandatory PIN code for mobile devices. Alphanumeric PIN codes for mobile apps and Buttons and the Buttons require a certificate for pairing. Level 3 : this level is used for organizations that have extremely strict requirements with regards to security. Level 3 contains the level 2 security extended with blocking of mobile apps, downgrading firmware not possible and no wireless access to the Configurator (WebUI). 78 R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ CSE-200+ Configurator When a security level is set, the individual items included in that security level can be changed using the individual item in the Configurator. When changing an individual item the security level indication will be adapted accordingly, but no other settings will be changed automatically. E.g. when level 3 is set and you change mobile app blocking to allowed, then the security level indication will change to level 2. But all other items initially in level 3 remains in the level 3 state. To reset your individual changes, select the desired security level and click Save changes. Changing the security level will require a re-pairing of the Buttons. Changing the security level from 1 to a higher level will change the compatibility setting for Buttons with certificate (R9861006D01). They cannot re-pair as long as the security setting is higher than level 1. How to set the security level 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click Security → Security Level. Image 6-33: Security levels 3. Select the desired security level icon. 4. Click Save changes to apply the setting. 6.22 Security, passwords About passwords To access the ClickShare Configurator (WebUI)Configurator (WebUI) a user name and password is needed. That password can be changed at any time to protect the ClickShare Configuration settings. The ClickShare API access is password protected. That password can be changed in the ClickShare Configurator. Changing the ClickShare Configurator (WebUI) password 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click Security → Passwords. R5900087 /00 ClickShare CSE-200+ 79 CSE-200+ Configurator Image 6-34: Passwords 3. Click in the WebUI Password pane in the input field next to Old password and enter the old password. 4. Click in the input field next to New password and enter a new password. 5. Click in the input field next to Confirm password and enter the new password again. 6. Click Save changes to apply. Changing the ClickShare API Password 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. Click Security → Passwords. 3. Click in the ClickShare API Password pane in the input field next to New password and enter the new password. 4. Click in the input field next to Confirm password and enter the new password again. 5. Click Save changes to apply. 6.23 Status information Base Unit Status information The following information can be found: • Model information, name and part number • Serial number • Firmware version • First used • Last used • Current uptime: time since last startup • Lifetime uptime: time used since first startup • Overall status Base Unit restart 1. Log in to the Configurator. 2. 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