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  • Computer System Requirements
  • Requirements for Main Control Station (MCS) “Server”
  • Quick Set-up
  • Installation of CyberCafePro 6.0 Main Control Station (MCS or “Server”)
  • Logging In for the First Time
  • Configuring the Main Control Station or “Server”
  • Accessing the Store Configuration Panel
  • Using the Store Configuration Panel
  • Setting Up Pricing for Computer Time and Printing
  • Setting Up Point-Of-Sale (POS) Items
  • Naming the Categories
  • Labeling the Set Buttons
  • Configuring a POS Button
  • Setting the POS Item Button Background Color
  • To set the POS item button background color:
  • Using the POS Item Matrix
  • Stock Level and Warning Levels
  • Setting Up Taxes
  • Using Discounts
  • Setting Up Employees
  • Adding and Editing Employees
  • Setting Up Employees Without Administrative Rights
  • Cloning (or Copying) Employee Profiles Using a Template
  • Setting up Client Computers
  • Security Tab
  • System Settings Tab (for Clients)
  • Internet Explorer Tab
  • The Internet Explorer tab
  • Advanced Settings Tab
  • The Advanced Settings tab
  • Help Tab
  • Floating Promotional Textual Marquee Ads
  • Setting Up Accounts Pricing Parameters
  • Creating New Individual Accounts
  • Finding and Viewing Current User Accounts
  • Searching for an Account
  • Using the Desktop Timer
  • Logo Customization
  • Copying Client Settings (i.e. “cloning” to all other Clients)
  • Using the Main Screen
  • Viewing Clients In Use
  • Managing a Current Client
  • Managing All Clients
  • Making Reservations
  • Reserving a Client Machine for a Specific Account
  • Creating Manual Account Timers
  • Setting Up the Timer
  • Using CD Key Manager
  • Setting Up Receipts
  • Accessing Sales Receipts History
  • Using Chat
  • Setting Up Chat
  • Using Bandwidth Monitoring
  • Viewing Log Files
  • Setting Up a Cash Drawer
  • Making Non-Session Sales
  • Adding Custom Commands
  • Setting Up Main Control Station Alerts
  • Customizing the MCS Desktop
  • Finding the MCS IP Address
  • Maintaining the Database
  • Updating CyberCafePro Software Components
  • Accessing OneRoof Reports
  • Sales Details and Export
  • Exporting Data
  • Converting a Prior Version of CyberCafePro
  • Start Report Data Feed
  • Changing the Client Skin
  • Automatic Client Skin Boot-up (Auto-Login on Client)
  • Shutting Down the Clients at Days End

OneRoof CyberCafePro

Main Control Station (Server) Installation, Setup and User Manual

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OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation, Setup and Use Manual

MCS Manual: Version 6.0.x, March 11, 2010 OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation, Setup and Use Manual © Copyright 2010, OneRoof, Inc. All rights reserved.

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OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation, Setup and Use Manual

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Computer System Requirements Requirements for Main Control Station (MCS) “Server” Quick Set-up Installation of CyberCafePro 6.0 Main Control Station (MCS or “Server”) Logging In for the First Time Configuring the Main Control Station or “Server” Accessing the Store Configuration Panel Using the Store Configuration Panel Setting Up Pricing for Computer Time and Printing Setting Up Point-Of-Sale (POS) Items Naming the Categories Labeling the Set Buttons Configuring a POS Button Setting the POS Item Button Background Color Using the POS Item Matrix Stock Level and Warning Levels Setting Up Taxes Using Discounts Setting Up Employees Adding and Editing Employees Setting Up Employees Without Administrative Rights Cloning (or Copying) Employee Profiles Using a Template Setting up Client Computers Security Tab System Settings Tab (for Clients)

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“cloning” to all other Clients) Using the Main Screen Viewing Clients In Use Managing a Current Client Managing All Clients Making Reservations Reserving a Client Machine for a Specific Account Creating Manual Account Timers Setting Up the Timer Using CD Key Manager Setting Up Receipts Accessing Sales Receipts History Using Chat Setting Up Chat Using Bandwidth Monitoring Viewing Log Files Setting Up a Cash Drawer Making Non-Session Sales Adding Custom Commands 54 56 58 58 60 62 65 65 66 67 68 69 72 73 75 75 75 77 77 79 81 82 83 83 85 86 87 88 90 © Copyright 2010. All rights reserved. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. OneRoof. Setup and Use Manual .e. Inc.Internet Explorer Tab Advanced Settings Tab Help Tab Floating Promotional Textual Marquee Ads Setting Up Accounts Pricing Parameters Creating New Individual Accounts Finding and Viewing Current User Accounts Searching for an Account Using the Desktop Timer Logo Customization Copying Client Settings (i.

Inc. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. OneRoof. Setup and Use Manual . All rights reserved.Setting Up Main Control Station Alerts Customizing the MCS Desktop Finding the MCS IP Address Maintaining the Database Updating CyberCafePro Software Components Accessing OneRoof Reports Sales Details and Export Exporting Data Converting a Prior Version of CyberCafePro Start Report Data Feed Changing the Client Skin Automatic Client Skin Boot-up (Auto-Login on Client) Shutting Down the Clients at Days End 91 92 93 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 106 108 © Copyright 2010.

Computer System Requirements IMPORTANT: Before downloading the software. need alternate Windows account as well to run the Client with a lower permissions level. Setup and Use Manual . Vista. 1 © Copyright 2010. Note: More RAM is always better. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. MCS can run under admin level or lower user level. All rights reserved. Windows 7 OS Setup guidelines: need admin level access to install OneRoof. Inc. Vista: 1 GB. Windows 7: 1 GB Operating Systems: Windows 2000. XP. as performance also depends on what applications are running at any given moment on your network. please confirm that your equipment fulfills the minimum requirements for OneRoof CyberCafePro. Requirements for Main Control Station (MCS) “Server” Hardware Requirements: RAM XP: 512Mb. The amounts of RAM outlined above are recommended minimums. OneRoof.

All rights reserved. click the ‘Public Network’ hyperlink to change it. and go to Control Panel and select Network and Sharing Center. preferably via a switch and Ethernet cable.Quick Set-up Administrators who want to get set up quickly without reading this entire manual can follow these recommended steps in order: 1. Make sure it does not say ‘Public Network’. OneRoof.You can change this setting in Windows 7 by following these steps for both the CCP Clients and MCS (Server) PCs: a. Make sure that all LAN computers are setup to be able to communicate with each other. Click the Windows Start button. If it does say ‘Public Network’. In the Network and Sharing Center window that opens. 2 © Copyright 2010. b. 2. Windows 7 Users Only: Windows 7 users need their ‘Network Location’ to be set up as a ‘Home’ or ‘Work’ Network (and not as a ‘Public Network’). OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Inc. Setup and Use Manual . look at the hyperlink under your Internet NIC adapter. Make sure your computers are connected to the Internet and networked to each other.

Then click ‘Home network’ or ‘Work network’. Inc. 3. 3 © Copyright 2010. Setup and Use Manual . OneRoof. Download and install the latest version of OneRoof CyberCafePro v6.) 15 4. All rights reserved. Wizard page 1: Define your type of business. The network setting will then be updated and the OneRoof CyberCafePro Client software will then be able to communicate with the OneRoof CyberCafePro Main Control Station (“Server”) software. (See page 5.c. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. In the Registration Wizard: a.0 software for the Main Control Station (“Server”) and for Client computers.

5. see Using Bandwidth Monitoring on page 85. All rights reserved. 12. Set up monitoring/charging for bandwidth. 8 13. 9. Log in as discussed in Logging In for the First Time on page 17. see Setting Up Employees on page 41. Wizard page 2: Enter your ORG key if you belong to a Telecentre network and enter store specific information such as location. see Setting up Client Computers on page 47. Wizard page 3: Enter information about yourself (the tech admin in charge of the project). Set up employees. Inc. Setting up a tax system. 10. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. 1 11. c. Make sure that you enter a valid email address. see Using Discounts on page 40. 7. see Setting Up Point-Of-Sale (POS) Items on page 32. see Accessing OneRoof Reports on page 97. Agree to License Terms. Set up pricing for computer time and printing. Test employee access to OneRoof Reports. 14. 4 © Copyright 2010. Set discounts. see Setting Up Receipts on page 81. 1 15. Setup and Use Manual . see Setting Up Taxes on page 39. e. Perform the Start Data Report Feed command. Wizard page 4: Enter Store License Key as sent via email (check your email inbox). Set up Clients and security.b. d. 8. Set up for-sale items. see Setting Up Pricing for Computer Time and Printing on page 26. 6. Set up receipt system. see page 101.

From the drop-down list. download the Main Control Station (Server) application software for CyberCafePro 6. 3.0 and run the Setup program. All rights reserved. Inc. 5 © Copyright 2010.Installation of CyberCafePro 6. OneRoof. Close all other applications and click Next to start the installation.0 Main Control Station (MCS or “Server”) To install CyberCafePro MCS: 1. Setup and Use Manual . On the system where you want to install it. choose the language you want to use for the installation instructions and click OK. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. 2.

All rights reserved.4. select I accept the agreement and then click Next. Review the End User License Agreement. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. 6 © Copyright 2010. Setup and Use Manual . Inc.

All rights reserved. Setup and Use Manual . Inc. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Review the Copyright notice and then click Next.5. OneRoof. 7 © Copyright 2010.

Confirm (or browse and select) the standard destination folder location where the MCS Server should be installed. All rights reserved. 8 © Copyright 2010.6. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Inc. Setup and Use Manual . and then click Next.

Confirm that you are performing a full Installation with additional icons and then click Next. 9 © Copyright 2010.7. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Inc. Setup and Use Manual . All rights reserved. OneRoof.

Setup and Use Manual . 10 © Copyright 2010. Inc. All rights reserved. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.8. OneRoof. Confirm (or browse and select) Start Menu folder location for shortcuts and click Next.

Inc. OneRoof.9. All rights reserved. 11 © Copyright 2010. Confirm to create a desktop icon and select if you want a Quick Launch icon and then click Next. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Setup and Use Manual .

OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.and it will automatically launch the registration Wizard to complete your installation. All rights reserved. 12 © Copyright 2010.10.Click Finish as shown below to complete the install. Then Launch the CyberCafePro Main Control Station (MCS) Server from the desktop icon just created -. Inc. OneRoof. Your Windows system will restart. Setup and Use Manual .

school) or a Telecentre (public or nonprofit. using a CyberCafe installation type without Timecodes and Play & Pay will give you an idea of what a Telecentre installation would look like.11. choose whether your centre is set up as a CyberCafe (for-profit. browsing centre. once registered.g. as no metrics about these anonymous users would be available (e. go to www. a new installation will later be required for proper setup and for affiliating other locations in your Telecentre network within OneRoof Reports. Important: If you are going to install as a Telecentre.com/telecentres and click Apply for Organization Key. gender and age). If you want to try out the software while you await OneRoof to respond with your Organization Key. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Note: If you demo the software as a CyberCafe but are a Telecentre. you need an Organization Key provided by OneRoof. To apply for an Organization Key for your Telecentre. you can choose to install as a CyberCafe instead. belonging to an umbrella organization) and then click Next. This unique key makes all locations of your Telecentre organization visible within OneRoof Reports. Inc. Neither Timecodes nor Play & Pay are included for Telecentre organizations. 13 © Copyright 2010.oneroof. use the CyberCafe designation in the Registration Wizard. Then. All rights reserved. OneRoof. go to Admin>System Settings>Store Configuration on the installed MCS Server and clear the check boxes for both Timecodes and Play & Pay (which are both for anonymous users) and click OK. Setup and Use Manual .In the first page of the Registration Wizard. But if do not you wish to wait a day or so until you obtain an Organization Key (using Apply for an Organization Key link discussed above) and want to test the software out immediately. LAN House or Gaming Centre.

CyberCafe Registration option Telecentre: If you chose Telecentre. and then click Next.12. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. then click Next. Setup and Use Manual . Inc. Telecentre Registration option 14 © Copyright 2010. you must enter your Organization Key here.In the second page of the Registration Wizard: CyberCafe: Enter information in all the fields (as illustrated below) with your cybercafé’s information. All rights reserved. OneRoof. Fill in the rest of the fields. as discussed on page 13.

Inc. enter the email address that you will use to retrieve your license.The information requested on the third and fourth pages of the Registration Wizard is identical for both CyberCafes and Telecentres. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. 13. Copy the license string.In the third page of the Registration Wizard. Setup and Use Manual . Then click Next. which will also be your user name for both CyberCafePro’s Main Control Station (MCS or “Server”) and online access to OneRoof Reports.Open the new email sent by OneRoof to retrieve your CyberCafePro license. The password you enter here will also be used for logging on to the MCS and OneRoof Reports. 14. 15 © Copyright 2010. All rights reserved. OneRoof.

For more information. see the CyberCafePro Client manual. Inc. All rights reserved.Paste the emailed license string into the Store License Key field on the fourth page of the Registration Wizard and then click Submit to complete the registration process. Welcome to CyberCafePro! 16 © Copyright 2010. Setup and Use Manual . as described on page 17.Click OK when you see the Registration was successful message box. 17.After you have completed the CyberCafePro Main Control Station installation. 16.You are now ready to login for the first time to the MCS. you then download the CyberCafePro Client software (a separate application) and install it on every Client computer that the public will be accessing.15. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. 18.

select your registered email address from the drop-down list and enter your password (as you provided in the Registration Wizard).Logging In for the First Time Double-click the OneRoof CyberCafePro Server icon on the desktop. OneRoof. click the Login button on the right side of the window. Inc. Setup and Use Manual . You should have ‘Admin’ privilege access. Logging in for the first time 17 © Copyright 2010. All rights reserved. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. After it loads.

Setup and Use Manual . OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. (Create an Employee with Admin Rights immediately after first permitted logon as “Default’ -.Once logged in (either as ‘Default’ for the first time. you will be able to navigate around the Main Control Station console. Inc. or as an Employee with ‘Admin’ privileges).) The Main Control Station Console (MCS) or Server 18 © Copyright 2010.via Admin>Setup>Employees. All rights reserved.

Setup and Use Manual . All rights reserved. For more information on permissions. OneRoof. 2. Click the Admin icon at the top right hand corner of the Main Control Station console. Click System Settings to expand the menu. 19 © Copyright 2010. Accessing the Store Configuration Panel Navigation: Admin icon>System Settings>Store Configuration To begin the MCS Server setup: 1. Select the Store Configuration menu item. Inc. see Setting Up Employees on page 41.Configuring the Main Control Station or “Server” Only an employee with proper permissions defined in the Employee Setup form can set up or alter the configuration of a “Server” or Main Control Station (MCS). Your center must have at least one employee with administrative access rights. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. 3.

and several key operation settings in section #3 . 20 © Copyright 2010. Inc.Using the Store Configuration Panel The Store Configuration panel lets you set up Server language. OneRoof. store name. All rights reserved. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Setup and Use Manual .

for day-to-day use even those with minimal English skills have no problem mastering all daily functions (per our own experience in Tamil-speaking rural areas of India). Spanish or Portuguese. François.and then dropping into the OneRoof CyberCafePro Server “Language” folder (Afterwards.MCS Server Language During the Installation. they can be made “complete” for CCP 6. Many CyberCafePro users have also localized their Server and Clients in prior CyberCafePro versions. All rights reserved. Italian. Spanish and Portuguese).0 (similar to English. Setup and Use Manual . Should you wish to deploy CCP in a language not listed above. Inc. With your help. Mongol.0: English. then select the new language file via Section #1 in the MCS Store Configuration panel. That choice during the Installation will automatically set both the MCS and Clients to that language chosen: Both OneRoof CyberCafePro and OneRoof Reports are available now in: • English • Spanish • Portuguese A Turkish version will soon be available. you may choose from 3 recently and professionally localized languages for CyberCafePro 6. CCP-user community language translations (available for download from our website) include: Afrikaans. if you choose. Hungarian. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. you can try any of these CCP-user-generated language files with CCP 6.com? 21 © Copyright 2010. email us with your language request. Nederland’s. Albanian. (If you make improvements. You can. Tagalong and Ukrainian. go to that language file and replace selected English terms with your local language.) Given our Graphical User Interface is very intuitive. As much of the user interface is the same. Russian. it will show “Missing language” (in English only). if a word or phrase is missing in translation.0 by selecting on our Downloads page -. your full contact information and interest to help in the translation effort at: languages@oneroof.) With these CCP-user-generated language files. do please send us your updates do that others in the CCP community may benefit. Deutsch. Croatian. Serbian. Macedonian. shown above.

Store Location Your location store name should be populated automatically from your prior CyberCafePro Registration wizard. Desktop Access (an improved customer experience). for example. as you have organized them versus having to find them via the Start button). All CyberCafePro locations are by default enabled to offer User Accounts. Setup and Use Manual . you can enable (or disable by clearing the check box): Time Codes and Play & Pay. Inc. 22 © Copyright 2010. All rights reserved. Internet Access (in case you wish to use. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Other Operational Settings In section 3 in the Store Configuration. only User Accounts are offered. and Launch Pad (which provides the users a quick launch of all applications. OneRoof. Note: In Regulatory Compliance countries and also for all Telecentres. Time Codes for a cheaper gaming or desktop-only access).

If both User Accounts and Timecodes are enabled. computer in use Play & Pay is where customers pay for the time consumed on their way out. Timecodes icons Time Codes are alphanumeric anonymous prepaid time payments. Timecode icon.The Accounts icon If only User Accounts are enabled. OneRoof. All rights reserved. then just the Accounts icon displays in the Admin screen. the customer will be taken directly to the Desktop (without any logon process). 23 © Copyright 2010. then both Timecodes and Accounts icons display in the Admin screen. Inc. Pay & Play icon If Play & Pay Mode is enabled on a Client computer. after clicking Start. Setup and Use Manual . used for logging on to Clients. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.

Otherwise. Setup and Use Manual . OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. All rights reserved. Logon type choices on the Client computer Timecode logon on the Client computer User Account (and password) logon on the Client computer You can also safely select (by checking the optional boxes in Store Configuration) to offer: 24 © Copyright 2010. Inc. the customer is given a choice of either Timecode (except for Telecentres) or User Account logon types. OneRoof.

Note: By disabling Internet Access under Time Codes. where no bandwidth expense would be incurred. Inc. All rights reserved. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. OneRoof. Internet Access (usually the default is enabled). you could choose to offer discounted pricing for desktop applications only (e. Office).g.• • • Desktop Access for all Customers (generally preferred and appreciated). Setup and Use Manual . games. 25 © Copyright 2010. The floating Launch Pad shown at right (enabled via the Store Configuration) Click OK when you are done setting up the store configuration. and Launch Pad for convenient shortcut navigation to games and/or popular applications that would (if enabled) appear on all Client Computer Desktops.

OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. click Setup at the bottom left of the box. In the Pricing Groups box. Setup and Use Manual . All rights reserved.Setting Up Pricing for Computer Time and Printing Navigation: Admin icon>Pricing and Stock Setup>Pricing To set up computer and printer pricing: 1. OneRoof. 26 © Copyright 2010. Inc.

If you do not wish to have different pricing among computers – for example.2. Setting up pricing for computer time and printing 27 © Copyright 2010. Setup and Use Manual . you can drag computers from group to group as needed. Note: First you must set up at least one Client system and connect it to the MCS so that it appears in the top-left area of section 1 of the Time/Account Groups box. the leftmost list is for general pricing for most (if not all) computers. you might want to set up a new top gaming computer at a higher price – then ALL Clients would appear under All and you need only configure the pricing once. as follows. Account groups are used only if you want to set different prices for some computers. All rights reserved. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. OneRoof. under All. Inc. In the first part of this box. as shown below. for example. you could set a higher price for high-speed gaming machines. In the Time / Account Groups box.

In this way. Choose between Charge by Block (for intervals. Inc. Toggle the period from 1 minute up to the next block or range of minutes you want and fill in the per minute cost. reduce the price after X minutes. Setup and Use Manual . 4. Click the Pricing button in section 2 below the leftmost list. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. such as 15 minutes) or Charge by Minute to set pricing preferences. for example. as illustrated in the picture below.3. Setting bulk rates for accounts 28 © Copyright 2010. you can. All rights reserved. Click Add to replicate the pricing sets as many times as needed.

Inc. All rights reserved. if you defined pricing for the first 2 hours. OneRoof.5. then section 2 would control pricing to be charged either per block or per minute (as checked) for a session that exceeded the predefined time frame. For example. Choose a number of minutes and confirm resulting charge for what the “minutes will cost” at the right. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Setup and Use Manual . 6. Test your settings in section 3 (above screenshot). Setting bulk rates for accounts 29 © Copyright 2010. and then click OK when done. Test until you get the desired settings. Use section 2 (above screenshot) to fill in pricing for each minute after the schema above “runs out” as defined in section 1.

Inc.7. Setup and Use Manual . Click Setup in section 4. Printer Pricing. All rights reserved. of the Time/Account Groups box to set up pricing. 30 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. OneRoof.

31 © Copyright 2010. All rights reserved. Setup and Use Manual . the per page price converted to the same money in minutes). Click OK when you are done with all pricing settings. It is a good idea to name your printers “Color” and “Black & White” if you offer both. OneRoof. If left blank.e.Printer pricing Select. Inc. but using this option sometimes confuses the customer.. You can also charge against a prepaid account the equivalent value in minutes (i. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. all printing is simply charged to the POS as monies due. by printer. 8. the Price per Page. so that consumers can select which they want and you can charge a different price per page for each printer. with no impact on remaining minutes in an account.

(Note label in box at right where Computer is set). All rights reserved. OneRoof. there are twenty buttons in each of the four Categories for a total of 80 POS items. Shown below is the 3rd tab for Computer. Therefore. each Category has a total of four Sets of twenty buttons. the POS supports up to 320 items for sale (4 Sets x 20 = 80 per Category x 4 Categories = 320 buttons). Set 2. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.Setting Up Point-Of-Sale (POS) Items Navigation: Admin icon>Pricing and Stock Setup>POS items In general. the OneRoof POS consists of four group category tab buttons. etc. labeled as Set 1. Setup and Use Manual . 32 © Copyright 2010. Optionally. Each button represents a product sold through the POS. The POS Set Up box In basic usage. Inc.

(“Set 1” is the default shown for each of the 4 Categories). click OK to add the item. OneRoof. and you do not need to use Sets 2-4. 33 © Copyright 2010. Optionally. Setup and Use Manual . Inc. Categories can be custom named (by an employee with proper permission). OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. using just the four Categories will be sufficient.Naming the Categories Within POS Items Setup. Name the Categories in the box at right. as illustrated with the custom name “Food” in the screenshot below. click another of the Set buttons to display a new Set of POS items under each of your categories. under #1. Naming a category If you only need 80 POS items. All rights reserved.

OneRoof. button itself. Setup and Use Manual . entering a name in the box. Inc. Giving a set a custom name When done creating POS Categories and Sets. and then clicking OK. 34 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. All rights reserved. click OK.Labeling the Set Buttons You can give a custom name to each Set button by right-clicking on the Set 1. Set 2 etc.

All rights reserved. Enter a name for the product. select a button displaying ‘Empty’. select Hide from Client computers instead.Configuring a POS Button Only an employee with Admin access can configure a POS button. To add a product to your POS: 1. enter a name for the tab group Category. OneRoof. 35 © Copyright 2010. Note: Adding the COGS (cost of Goods Sold): If you add the individual cost of each item or service sold in POS Items Setup. your will also have presented your Monthly or Quarterly Profit & Loss for your location. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. In the POS Items Setup box. if the item should not be accessible or is temporarily discontinued. otherwise.) under the OneRoof Reports online Expenses page. In the first field. the OneRoof Reports software-as-a-service will present your Gross Margin earned during any time period chosen. Inc. The product configuration fields appear on the right-hand side. you choose to enter your Operational Expenses (connectivity rent. Setup and Use Manual . Configuring an item in the POS Items Setup box 2. etc. If in addition. Select Enabled if the item is to be sold and visible for ordering from the Client computers.

Setting the POS Item Button Background Color
To set the POS item button background color: 1. Click Icon to choose an icon from a set of options; if you don’t find one that is useful, the item name will display on the button instead.

Setting a background color for an item

2. Set the price and choose which taxes apply for this item. Note: If no taxes have been set up as discussed later in this document, no taxes will show up here. 3. Optionally, set stock levels and warning levels for this item, if needed. 4. Optionally, scan in the barcode for this item by clicking Scan Item and scanning the product bar code. 5. Click OK.

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Using the POS Item Matrix
To define POS products in more detail, click the List button at the bottom of the POS Items Setup box.

Click the List button to get to the POS Item Matrix

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The POS Item Matrix box then opens.

The POS Items Matrix box

Stock Level and Warning Levels
The POS Items Matrix list lets you enter a stock level (number of product items in stock currently) and a warning level value (when to contact your supplier if your stock level reaches that value) – an easier way than entering the same data for each and every POS button setup. SKU & COGS You can also enter – and it is highly recommended – a SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) used as a product reference, unique to your business, when a bar code is not available. OneRoof enforces a positive COG (Cost of Goods) value for each item. The COG value represents your purchase price for the product item. Note: The COG value must be by sold unit. If you buy a pack of 100 CDs from your wholesaler and intend to sell these CDs individually, your COG value is $100/100 = $1. You can also either print or export the POS Items Matrix List for review and/or proofing purposes.

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All rights reserved. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Each tax can work independently or cumulatively (tax on a tax). which can be renamed by typing a new name. Tax 2 and Tax 3. The Tax Definition box 39 © Copyright 2010. specify which taxes apply to computer time and to printing. leave its rate at ‘0’. and are defined as Tax 1. it will then not be displayed in the POS setup form. Inc.Setting Up Taxes Navigation: Admin icon>Pricing and Stock Setup>Taxes Use the first section of the Tax Definition box to define local taxes. Setup and Use Manual . The POS supports up to three different taxes. In section 2 of the Tax Definition box. OneRoof. To disable a tax.

OneRoof. then only the PC box would be checked adjacent to the name of the discount. Setup and Use Manual . Inc. Discounts can either be a fixed currency amount or a percent of the sale (use pull-down under Type to define) You define and name each discount and indicate whether it applies only to computer time (PC). If you wish to apply a discount ONLY for computer time. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.Using Discounts Navigation: Admin icon>Pricing and Stock Setup>Discounts You can create discounts to be applied to individual sales (but only if an employee who is logged on is authorized to use or apply discounts). The Discounts box Note: You can define whether an individual employee can or cannot apply any discounts (all or none) in the employee permissions: Admin>Setup>Employees>Add/Edit>Main. or another item (Other) by checking those that apply. All rights reserved. 40 © Copyright 2010. Printing (Print).

we recommend you set the auto logoff time interval to a low number of minutes. you will require at least one employee of the type ‘admin’ who has administrator rights to configure this Server and the POS. and to set up auto logoff and email address enforcement features. All rights reserved. select the Auto logoff employees after check box and select an interval of time. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Use the Employees box to add or edit employees. Setup and Use Manual . Logging employees off protects the cash. employees working an overlapping shift can be more easily accommodated. OneRoof. in this way. To automatically log employees off after a certain amount of time. The Employees box 41 © Copyright 2010. This helps prevent transactions being credited to the wrong employee -.Setting Up Employees Navigation: Admin icon>Setup>Employees One of the first things to do when configuring your Server is to define your employees. In particular. Inc. and because the employee logon process is so quick.or any transactions being entered by an unauthorized person. Tip: To enact any business an employee must be logged on. Also.

Setting Up Employees Without Administrative Rights When you create an employee WITHOUT administrative rights. Account. click Add to create a new employee or select an existing employee and click Edit. you allow (if selected) permissions for a wide array of access settings. Inc. select the first check box entitled ‘This employee has administrative access’. Add or edit and employee Optionally. clone 42 © Copyright 2010. What access or permissions you give (or do not give) determines what they can do. organized in 3 tabs of grouped permissions: Main. When it comes to defining employees with fewer privileges. OneRoof. and Admin. Setting up an employee who has no administrative access is the most complex part of the Server setup. You can use the Admin employee as a start. This will create an employee with full access to the OneRoof Server. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.Adding and Editing Employees Navigation: Admin icon>Setup>Employees In the Employees box. an administrator must select or de-select each individual setting. All rights reserved. It is very important to grant employees access to only what they need to do – and no more. Setup and Use Manual .

It is extremely important to give enough access to your employees for properly executing their job and tasks – but nothing not needed (or which can compromise your cash flow). Shown above are permission settings for Account tab OneRoof recommends that you review each one of these settings and decide carefully what to allow an operator to perform and what to restrict. whose rights are purposely limited. 43 © Copyright 2010. For example. Setup and Use Manual . or to change a regulated tax % value. All rights reserved. Inc. The following screenshots illustrate the permissions typical (note: checked) for an employee (not an owner of the cyber café or Telecentre). Account or Admin) is being shown. Note the highlighted tab reflecting which window (Main. OneRoof. you may choose to not allow your operator(s) the ability to delete a sales receipt (to prevent theft) or to apply or create discounts. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. and then de-select whichever parameters you wish.to a new employee user name (see below).

OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.These are the Main and Account windows of permissions for enabling (by checking) or not enabling (un-checked) for each Employee set-up individually. All rights reserved. Inc. OneRoof. 44 © Copyright 2010. Setup and Use Manual .

OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. OneRoof. Inc.This is the Admin window of permissions for enabling (by checking) or not enabling (un-checked) for each Employee set-up individually. All rights reserved. Setup and Use Manual . 45 © Copyright 2010.

When creating another employee profile. OneRoof. you can use the profile as a template and easily clone it to create a profile for other employees of the same rank or responsibility level. 46 © Copyright 2010.Cloning (or Copying) Employee Profiles Using a Template Once the first profile for an employee has been created. you can select the template employee from the Copy settings from pull-down menu and click the Copy button to duplicate all the settings from one employee to another. you can then make individual edits to the copied employee and then click OK to save. If necessary. Inc. Setup and Use Manual . OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. All rights reserved.

All new computers that connect to the Server will use the default settings. All rights reserved. or to set them to use the settings defined for 'Default'. Once the Client has connected to the MCS. Section 2 . OneRoof. it will obtain this password for use in accessing the Admin window if not connected to the MCS. where all the security for the CyberCafePro Client is set up. All the security is set from the CyberCafePro Main Control Station (MCS).Setting up Client Computers Navigation: Admin icon>Setup>Client Settings>Security The Client Settings box contains six tabs. Each tab is discussed in detail below. Inc. Setup and Use Manual . such as network problems or an incorrect IP address due to changes on the MCS PC. The Client Settings box.This display is a list of all Client machines that have been connected to the Server. Clicking on each of these Clients will allow you to edit the settings for each one. with Security tab active Section 1 . OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Section 3 . This password is used in cases where the Client software is unable to connect to the MCS.This is the area where all the Security Settings are set for the CyberCafePro Clients.Set your default Client access password in this field. 47 © Copyright 2010.

Make sure to set it right away for added security and to keep the password secured in case you forget. Make choices to clear (uncheck) check boxes carefully: Disable hotkeys – used to disable key combinations which normally access various programs Disable access to control panel – blocks the opening of the Windows Control Panel Disable CD auto-run – disable system from auto running CDs as they are inserted into the drive 48 © Copyright 2010. but know that you can allow access to different drives by clearing the check boxes. You may use a standard password for all Clients or set a different one for each Client. Setup and Use Manual . The Security tab Most of the check boxes on the top left are used to disable functions that leave your system vulnerable. you must securely store those passwords for authorized-only access and use when needed. All rights reserved. Inc. OneRoof.If a password is not set here. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. then your system will be vulnerable. But either way. Security Tab Note the suggested settings.

If not needed at all. You can add the full or partial title to block access in Internet Explorer or any other program (e. OneRoof.This section is used to block drives that you do not want your customers to access. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. as shown). leave clear (unchecked. Blocking Unwanted Content/Programs/Websites The list to the right in the Security tab is used to block any window titles you want to restrict. All rights reserved. etc.). Disabling specific drives You can also disable the CD & Removable Drives on Clients by selecting the check box below: Your choice of how to set the Disable CD / Removable Drives option is dependent on the needs of your customers. 49 © Copyright 2010. but not a comprehensive filtering solution.Disable CD/Removable drives – locks the CD drawer from access until released by admin Disable printing (2000/XP/Vista) – disables the Windows Print Spooler service until enabled by admin or logon Disable Drives . Setup and Use Manual . Select (check) the box if you do not want your customer to see a specific drive. Open File.g. If needed. This is a selective tool for specific blocks. Inc. Save As. select the check box.

Inc. any window with a caption containing the word ‘porn’ will not be displayed on the Client machine. OneRoof. An example of a website that could be blocked using the Security tab settings Note: The word 'porn' that is in the Google Search Bar would not be blocked since it is not a window title. All rights reserved. 50 © Copyright 2010. Notice the word 'porn' in the window title.Example: The screenshot below illustrates a page in a porn directory. Setup and Use Manual . OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. If the list box in the Security tab has the word 'porn' in it and Partial match allowed is checked.

button click. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. mouse out. All rights reserved. start and end session. Inc. etc. Setup and Use Manual . ‘Enable PC speaker beep warning’: This option is to also use the PC speaker to warn the user when time is running low or other system alerts.System Settings Tab (for Clients) The System Settings tab The list of options under the System Options heading is a list of computer functions which you can allow or disallow your customers to use: ‘Enable PC Sounds’: This option enables or disables the various default system sounds that CyberCafePro Client uses for various events such as mouse over. 51 © Copyright 2010.

This is good for locations where you want to make sure customers come to the counter before they start a session. the system will become locked and will require the admin to unlock it before it can be used by the next user. Setup and Use Manual . If disabled then only you from the ad/min console can do so for that client PC. Inc. ‘Allow user to change volume’: If this is selected. ‘Lock computer at end of session’: If this option is checked then when a user is finished a session (and reset in Play & Pay mode). All rights reserved. This is useful if you use Deep Freeze or SteadyState to have a fresh system after each use. the user will have an option to adjust the volume. 52 © Copyright 2010. which are normally executed when you would startup Windows without the CyberCafePro Client. ‘Use killhelp for terminating games’: Deprecated: This function is generally not used or required any longer and will be removed in subsequent revisions. it will make the system reboot after each session is ended. ‘Enable system startup folder programs’: This option is similar to the previous one. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. then the user will be able to initiate a chat to the MCS. the CyberCafePro taskbar will show the system tray on the right side. ‘Always reboot at end of session’: If this is enabled. ‘Enable systray during sessions’: If enabled. OneRoof.‘Enable registry run programs’: This option if enabled will instruct the client PC to execute the items setup in the Windows registry’s Run section. ‘Enable floating information window’: This option if selected (default) will show the floating time window at the top of the screen when in session. except it is referring to the Windows taskbar menu’s Startup folder where you can drop shortcuts. ‘Allow user to initiate chat’: If checked. Sometimes there may be program drivers of some sort included here.

Where-ever you specify. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. You can also set the parameters to pass to the executable file you specify. more so if there is any delays in access to that path it can then seem to ‘hang’ the CyberCafePro Client. ‘Run this program at the start of session/End of session’: These settings are to specify specific programs you wish to execute when the session starts. which by default (or if you click the ‘Default’ button) will be a placeholder for the installation path. ‘Language module for this client’: Here you can select the language file that the client PC will sue for CyberCafePro. restrict login to’: The drop box will give you the option of only allowing User Accounts to Login. Both or 'All Types' is set by default. The CCP Client must be connected to the MCS to get a list. place your banners there.‘Allow user to order POS items’: If selected. Inc. ‘In account mode. Note: Network paths are not recommended as it can cause a drag in the system performance as they load. ‘Bandwidth Monitor Interfaces’: Select the network interface cards (NICs) that you wish to be monitored for bandwidth usage as per the bandwidth settings screen in the Admin 53 © Copyright 2010. only allowing Timecodes to login. All rights reserved. These paths are always relative to the client PCs viewpoint. or allowing both. keep in mind potential network delays. ‘Print Monitor’: Select the printer drivers that exist on the CCP Client PC that you wish to have monitored for usage and charging. Setup and Use Manual . and also when the session ends. plus the subfolder name: {ClientPath}\Banners. ‘Banner Manager’: If you wish display banners in your café you can add banner images to the default path which is the CCP Client installation path’s Banners folder. and must exist on the client or specify a network path to the exe. OneRoof. your customers will be able to order items from your POS selection (those marked to show to customers in MCS POS Setup screen). Again.

sections Pricing & Stock Setup. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. All rights reserved. The Internet Explorer tab This tab contains these options: Disable viewing local files: blocks from entering local drive paths into the address bar in Internet Explorer (IE) Disable ‘File Open’ dialog: blocks IE from showing the File Open dialog Disable ‘File New’ dialog: blocks IE from showing the File New dialog 54 © Copyright 2010. Internet Explorer Tab Use the Internet Explorer tab of the Client Settings box to set options for Internet Explorer on the Client machines. You can click the link in order to visit our website and download additional skins for your clients. ‘Select Skin File’: You can select from the available skins installed on the CCP Client system in the Skin folder of the install directory of the client software. Setup and Use Manual . the CCP Client must be connected in order to get a list of interfaces to choose from. under ‘Bandwidth Monitoring’. Again. OneRoof. Inc.

Inc. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. All rights reserved.Disable ‘Save As’ dialog: blocks IE from showing the Save As dialog Disable Internet Explorer Options: disables the Tools->Internet Options menu in IE Disable Favorites menu: disable IE favorites menu Disable file downloading: blocks downloading files from IE Disable Toolbar editing: disables ability to edit toolbar settings in IE Disable ‘Find Files’: disables the Find Files option in IE Clear URL History at end of session: when session is over the IE history is purged Disable ‘Mail and News’ menu: disables the Mail and News menu item Disable auto update: disables IE from performing the automatic updates This option allows you to select the home pages that will be set in IE on the Client machines. OneRoof. MSN Messenger Disable file transfer: disables transferring of files from MSN Disable Auto Update: disables MSN from performing the auto updates 55 © Copyright 2010. Setup and Use Manual . You can set it to a single URL or multiple URLs by adding one per line to create a homepage set.

Setup and Use Manual . OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.e. Add a delay after running the batch file specified when using CD Key management: When using CD Key management. Disable profile managements' extra confirmation messages: Select this option to avoid the extra confirmation message given to the user after they make a choice to save or cancel when saving a profile. sometimes a delay is required after running the batch file before the associated program should start. this option allows the user to start new programs after time has run out and allows the session to go into negative time. use this setting. time runs out and session can continue). This setting allows you to set a delay from 1 to 60 seconds. Disable OnTop functionality of the timebar during full desktop access sessions: This setting can be made for each program you have set up. OneRoof.. All rights reserved. Disable the end session confirmation message box: This option allows bypass of the End Session confirmation dialogue so that the session simply ends when the user clicks the End Session button. Inc. but if you wish to disable OnTop functionality of the timebar globally. 56 © Copyright 2010.Advanced Settings Tab The Advanced Settings tab Allow customer to start new programs when in 'Overtime': When an individual account is set to allow overtime mode (i.

Setup and Use Manual . the Client interface will redisplay. but will still leave it accessible using the key combination noted. This is useful to close certain windows that might be associated with processes that hide themselves from the kernel and may not terminate properly. Make the Client taskbar start with auto-hide disabled by default: User can still enable the auto-hide feature via right-click: Selecting this option will set the Client taskbar which displays during the session to show always. It is NOT recommended to change this setting in most cases. OneRoof. enable this setting to load the explorer shell during start-up of the Client. in which case they would normally be terminated at session end. Change the default priority of CCP Client (LOW=1. Protect specified processes from termination at session end: Process1. This setting (commadelimited list) is to allow those processes to run and never terminate them. and do not change it if you do not understand it. Terminate Windows matching these titles at session end (Exact Match.exe. but start-up with the system and thus are allowed to continue to run after a session ends. In this case.) Make CCP interface auto re-appear when no programs are detected running: Uses some additional CPU cycles: When no programs are noted to be running (started by the user during the session). HIGH=5): In some cases it might be useful to be able to increase or decrease the Client process priority. Closing the window can often resolve this issue. 57 © Copyright 2010. Auto-hide can still be selected by rightclicking the taskbar. even while in session.. Process3. Specify a different font to use for the CCP Client interface: You can specify your own custom font to use throughout the Client interface. (Note that on the “OneRoof” Client skin displayed earlier in this section of the manual. Case Insensitive): This option (comma-delimited list) is to target specific processes that you may not want running. the Admin button is set up to be visible. WARNING: Be careful of what processes you add here!: This setting (comma-delimited list) is to specify processes which you never want to run on the system at any time during or after a session. Never allow these processes to run.. Process2. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.exe.Hide the Admin button on startup: Pressing left Ctrl-Shift-A will toggle visibility of the button (Windows 2000/XP): Using this option will hide the Admin button which shows on the top portion of the Client. Case Insensitive): You can have the Client block all windows that have the exact Window Caption you specify in this setting (comma-delimited list). Start explorer.exe as shell just prior to Reg Run/Startup folder (for drivers/apps that require explorer shell to be loaded): Some processes/services require IE to be loaded when they start or they may not load properly. Terminate specific processes matching these names at session end (Exact Match. All rights reserved.exe: Some processes may have started after the Client loads. Inc.

You can specify normal text. in which case the Client internal skin Help screen will be used to show the text. Inc. the text will display in an IE browser window. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. OneRoof. Here you can create messages or advertisements that scroll across the login screen that is displayed for customers when they initially engage a Client machine. Setup and Use Manual . or if you use HTML-formatted text. The Help tab Floating Promotional Textual Marquee Ads Navigation: Admin icon>Setup>Client Settings>Marquee Use the Marquee tab to promote products or services. All rights reserved.Help Tab The Help tab is used to offer your customers some guidance during their sessions. 58 © Copyright 2010.

etc. speed for scrolling. Inc. You can have several different promotional messages that will scroll in the sequence set up.Example of a promotional banner as set up from the Marquee tab You can draft the messages and pick the font. background color. The Marquee tab 59 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. These messages can be created for individual Client computers by selecting those on the left that you wish the ads or messages to display. All rights reserved. OneRoof. Setup and Use Manual .

Define the default time for each addition of time. 2. 30 minutes by selecting the hour or minutes field and clicking the up and down arrows.Setting Up Accounts Pricing Parameters Navigation: Admin icon>Setup>Accounts/Codes The Accounts Setup box To set up default pricing parameters for new accounts: 1. 60 © Copyright 2010. You can change this to. Shown above as 1 hour (in the format of 0001:00 minutes). for example. Setup and Use Manual . OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Define the minimum time a user has deducted from their account when they log in. Shown above as 5 minutes. OneRoof. All rights reserved. Inc.

OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. If you use this option. To charge for the value of any printing done by deducting the equivalent monetary value (that is. Setup and Use Manual . the customer pays separately for all printing as shown in the POS receipt details of the amount due. 61 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof suggests you do not allow users access to modify account fields (other than to allow password changes. 5. We recommend selecting Terminate Accounts.3. use the Setup button. to deduct the equivalent value but in minutes of time). Define what happens when an account user runs out of time. some customers may not understand why their time has been “used up”. OneRoof. (This universal default setting can be overridden in the Account Setup of any given individual User Account.) 4. which are automatically permitted). If you do not use this option. All rights reserved. Inc. You can allow or disallow users to modify personal account fields that are shown when they log in.

Mandatory fields include Username. Inc. Create/Edit Account box 62 © Copyright 2010. Birthdate (select month. email addresses captured can provide promotional opportunities for you at a later date and can be provided as choices in the Username field. Email address is strongly recommended.Creating New Individual Accounts Navigation: Accounts icon>Create button Click the Create button to set up a new account Most fields are self-explanatory. day and year fields to change) and Sex. OneRoof. Setup and Use Manual . but not mandatory. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. All rights reserved.

63 © Copyright 2010. for example with driver’s license numbers. if desired.3%.) Internet Pricing vs. All rights reserved. a state must also be entered. An account of this type might be a customer who only wants to use Microsoft Office applications and play installed games. set up the pricing structure for this account. (With Admin access.and for government compliance (where required). you could charge. $15 for Internet access per hour and $10 for no Internet access. the member discount would be 33.00%.33%. In security-conscious locations (such as India) operators also must check the user’s ID presented with the user image photo (to ensure the bearer is in fact the same person) and must take care to enter the ID number accurately. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Therefore. Desktop-only Pricing In section 4 of the Create/Edit Account box. but the default discount is set at 33.Note: Government-approved ID and a user image taken via photo web cam are suggested for each and every account for better control -. You can offer accounts that do not require access to the Internet (and therefore do not consume bandwidth) a lower price per hour than those with full Internet access. Inc. You can make changes in your pricing schema for Internet access per hour. you will soon be able to change from 33.) First Time Logon Users will be prompted to voluntarily enter more details about themselves on initial login to the Main Control Station via any Client (but only the first time). OneRoof. the member discount (in section 3 of the box) is set to the default 0. For Full Internet Access (the default). (In some cases.33% (off the full Internet access pricing that set elsewhere) shown in section 3 when No Internet Access is selected in the drop-down list in section 4. If you instead select No Internet Access. say. Setup and Use Manual .

1 16 64 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. All rights reserved. Setup and Use Manual . see Setting Up Accounts Pricing Parameters on page 60 for more information. use the check boxes in the Accounts/Timecodes Setup box.To set whether a New Account User can modify fields (and which ones) or to mandate collection of information from first time Accounts as they log on for the first time. Inc.

This is a quick way to find an account for viewing usage or in order to edit it.Finding and Viewing Current User Accounts Navigation: Accounts icon Searching for an Account Finding existing user accounts is fast and easy when using the search box in the Accounts Screen area. As you enter more letters of the account name in the Search textbox. as shown below. Inc. The Accounts Screen area 65 © Copyright 2010. it turns green and displays the found account. Setup and Use Manual . All rights reserved. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. OneRoof.

it brings up the details of their session. OneRoof. as shown below. with a snapshot of the Time Remaining on their Account – and a button to “Click to End Session”.Using the Desktop Timer The figure below shows the icon (enlarged) located at the top of all Client Desktops after an Account Holder logs on. Inc. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Desktop timer details 66 © Copyright 2010. Desktop timer icon If the user double-clicks on the Time Remaining (grey) area. All rights reserved. Setup and Use Manual .

You can place the banners (468 x 60 pixels) directly on the CyberCafePro Client computer in the default path which is ‘{ClientPath}\Banners\’. first create a ".bmp". where ClientPath is a placeholder for the path to the Client install directory.swf". Setup and Use Manual . “OneRoof” example If you wish to display your own logo in your café.jpg". [See Client Manual for more details. you can set the path to the banners file in which logos are stored in each Client PC.".wmf". ". Inc.gif" format image of your own logo in 468 x 60 pixels. OneRoof. All rights reserved. 67 © Copyright 2010. or ".emf".] To replace the OneRoof logo in the Client computer Logon screen. ". OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.Logo Customization The banner is shown in the top portion of the Client skin. ". Re-boot the Client and you should see your logo appear (see pathway in the illustration below). Then drop the image into the Big Banners folder within the Banners folder.

Setup and Use Manual . Once they appear. “cloning” to all other Clients) Navigation: Admin>Setup>Client Settings This provides an important timesaving shortcut on the MCS to copy (or clone) from a specific Client that has individually been set-up all its Client settings to ALL other Clients within your network. Below are the instructions for setting-up your first Client. If you later make a change to a Client – simply save and then Copy via “Paste to All” to all other Clients again. Copying Client settings In the list. you can also save Launch Pad settings and then import them to other Clients. All rights reserved. 68 © Copyright 2010. Inc. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Note: On the Client. For more information. This is a KEY shortcut. Once done – you can copy to all other Clients (highlight them first) – and then quickly and easily copy by selecting the “Paste to All” selection.Copying Client Settings (i. you will see every Client that has the CyberCafePro Client software installed – and that are connected to your MCS. OneRoof. see the discussion of setting up the Launch Pad in the Client manual. you can easily copy settings from any one to ALL.e.

you can select a Client computer icon to see status of money owed. For example. 69 © Copyright 2010. as shown below. The Main screen All management functions are also available via pull-downs from the menus at the top left of the MCS in any screen. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. OneRoof. Setup and Use Manual . Inc.Using the Main Screen Navigation: Main icon The Main screen is where you view Client activity in your café. All rights reserved.

All rights reserved.The Desktop and Client pull-down menus The Admin and Help pull-down menus 70 © Copyright 2010. Inc. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Setup and Use Manual .

SaaS Configuration (shown below) also gives you the MCS IP Address if needed to manually re-set any of the Client computers (but requires Admin authority to access). SaaS Information box 71 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Setup and Use Manual . All rights reserved. OneRoof. Inc.

bandwidth consumed is also visible. OneRoof. total cost (at the moment) and elapsed time. If bandwidth management is turned on. Client icons in the left side of the Main window. Inc. the top row shown above are Clients not in use Position the mouse pointer over any in-use Client computer icon to view username. Setup and Use Manual .Viewing Clients In Use The area in the left part of the Main window of OneRoof Main Control Station shows Clients not in use and Clients in use. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. All rights reserved. remaining time. Viewing information about an in-use Client 72 © Copyright 2010.

e.End the current Client session Lock/Unlock .Reboot or shut down the Client computer 73 © Copyright 2010.Managing a Current Client Right-click an available Client computer and you can start it using any of the three computer time modalities (if enabled). “Start Using Timecode or Start Using Account.Lock the Client computer so that it cannot be accessed Add Items . Inc.Add POS items to this session Reboot Shutdown .) Client management functions Some of the functions you can initiate include: Chat .Start a chat session with the current Client computer Transfer To . OneRoof. you can even start up the Client by entering the information at the MCS (i. Setup and Use Manual .Transfer the current session in progress to another available Client computer End Session . If you know the account or timecode. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. All rights reserved.

OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. SteadyState OFF. Setup and Use Manual . to restore CyberCafePro on the system you will need to manually run CyberCafePro at the computer station.Exits CyberCafePro Client. All rights reserved. and restores normal Windows operation. OneRoof. Inc. Commands sub-menu: Defrag. After this is done. defragment your Client hard drive (use regularly unless done prior to installing SteadyState or Faronics’ Deep Freeze on Clients). SteadyState ON 74 © Copyright 2010. Commands – Turn on or turn off Microsoft’s SteadyState (free to registered Windows users and can be installed on your Clients).Set to Windows .

To do so. right-click in the workspace area on the Main page: Right-click the workspace on the Main screen to manage all Clients at once Making Reservations Click the Reservations icon at the bottom of the Main screen to access CyberCafePro’s powerful reservations system for your café’s busy times.Managing All Clients Navigation: Main icon>Right-click Main page workspace You can manage all Client machines simultaneously without selecting any of the desktop icons. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. setting for how long that reservation will be honored (e.g. The Reservations icon Features include locking available computers. All rights reserved. Setup and Use Manual . 75 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof. 5. 10 minutes if late). Use of these features help build regular user loyalty. Reserving a Client Machine for a Specific Account You can manually administer or have the system automatically reserve Client machines as they become available and add notes pertaining to the individual reservation. and displaying the account name of those with reservations. Inc.

Click the Reservations icon on The MCS to open the dialogue box. In section 2 of the Reservations box. The Reservations Box You can setup reservations to keep a list of customers waiting for a computer. Setup and Use Manual . Inc. All rights reserved. 76 © Copyright 2010. you can specify the number of minutes ahead that you would like to reserve the computer. and you can optionally have the system automatically reserve Client machines as they become available. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. OneRoof.

right-click an unused Client icon and select Create Manual Timer. All rights reserved. Setup and Use Manual .Creating Manual Account Timers OneRoof’s CyberCafePro allows you to create timers linked to prepaid accounts to automatically track the time and deduct prepaid minutes. To create a manual timer for a Client machine: 1. Setting Up the Timer You can customize the given time icon by right-clicking it. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. In the Admin window. selecting Icon Style and then selecting the timer graphic you want to use. Inc. Changing the icon style 77 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof.

and click OK.Timer icons for Xbox. select Start Using Account. unassigned Timer. Setup and Use Manual . OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Laptop. Telephone. Start Using Account command Typing in the name of the account to begin timing 78 © Copyright 2010. and Billiards Once the timer is created. Inc. type in the user name of the account holder. right-click the icon. All rights reserved. PS2.

The CD Key Manager box 79 © Copyright 2010. across the entire network of Client computers. Note: Enabling CD Key Manager also enables the Game launch panel on Client machines.Using CD Key Manager Navigation: Admin icon>Setup>CD Licenses CD Key Manager allows the entry of CD key licenses for particular applications you have purchased. CD Key Manager denies access if the number of licenses in use at a given moment exceeds the number of licenses purchased for any given game or application. Setup and Use Manual . OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Inc. once all licenses are entered. All rights reserved. In this way. the paths used in the setup in the Client admin screen should match the paths specified in the Target field of that shortcut in Windows. the licenses purchased are used to maximum benefit. and thus allows all Client computers to use them up to the maximum number of licenses available at any given moment. OneRoof. Note that for Profile and CD Key management to work from the shortcuts in the Clients’ Windows Start menu.

and in section 3 carefully enter all your CD keys. 80 © Copyright 2010. You can easily add more keys for any game as demand increases. This also makes the Game launch panel appear on all Client computers. you can also send the CD key to a batch file or executable as a parameter for games/programs requiring more advanced handling of the keys. select the program name you defined in section 2 of CD Key Manager box. Once you have defined your games/programs. When the license keys are all in use. The pre-defined games already provide the registry location for you. Inc. you can also specify to use dword or binary. you will have to enter the location yourself. This is useful for LAN tournaments or occasions where you don't have the required number of licenses. By default. You can also set the option to allow a user to enter their own CD key for a specific game. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. clear the Enable CD Key Management check box. clicking the '+' button each time to add them to the list. In addition.) 3. no more computers can run that application until there are available keys. All rights reserved. 4. 2. Define the games/programs for which you want to have CyberCafePro manage CD licenses by entering them in section 2. Select a game/program you have defined. and in the program set-up section for each program that you want CyberCafePro to handle the keys. Setup and Use Manual . OneRoof. click OK to close the CD Key Manager box. The normal operation is to have CyberCafePro enter the key into a registry location. (Many games are pre-defined for convenience. 6. (To disable CD key management or remove the Game launch panel on Client machines. otherwise.To set up CD key management: 1. The program now will use the CyberCafePro managed license keys when it is run by a user. In section 4. define what action CyberCafePro should take when a program requests a key. 5. the value will be written as a string value. You must then go to the Client Admin screen on the Client computers(s). Make sure the Enable CD Key management check box is selected (checked). and save your settings. however.

3. 81 © Copyright 2010.prompt for each sale. or turn off printing. OneRoof. Set up the starting number for the next receipt. Logo Image allows you to select your own logo and use for the top of receipts.) It might take a few tries to get the settings right. Define how receipt printing will be handled . The location ID can be shown by filling in Store header. set font styles.Setting Up Receipts Navigation: Admin icon>Pricing and Stock Setup>Receipt Setup You can set up all parameters related to receipt display and printing. 2. Receipt numbers that are already used in the sales database will be skipped. All rights reserved. Create a custom header and footer for the receipts. (Widths and margins are not automatically set up from the printer and must be defined manually here. automatically print. You can also convert it to a security watermark by checking the Watermark box as well. Inc. Select which printer will be used for receipt printing and enter the widths and margins of the receipt. and the receipt number will automatically increment for each sale. you can click the Print button at the top right of the receipt preview to test the printer settings you have chosen. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. 4. and choose which items to print on each receipt. The Receipt Setup box To set up receipts: 1. Setup and Use Manual .

OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Inc. Setup and Use Manual . you can easily search for a particular sales receipt using the receipt number that is assigned to each and every sale. The Search Receipts box 82 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof.Accessing Sales Receipts History Navigation: Admin icon>Sales and Event Logs>Sales Receipts In the Search Receipts box. You can also press the up/down scroll arrows to quickly scroll through the history. All rights reserved.

Setting Up Chat Navigation: Admin>System Settings>Chat Configuration Setting up chat is straightforward. as illustrated below. Chat allows customers to be able to speak with the operator at the Main Control Station. Inc. All rights reserved. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.Using Chat Navigation: Chat icon The chat icon is located on the lower right side of the console. Chat Configuration box 83 © Copyright 2010. and vice versa. OneRoof. Setup and Use Manual .

OneRoof.Click the Chat icon on The MCS to open the dialog box. Setup and Use Manual . All rights reserved. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Inc. The chat box used between employee on the MCS and individual users on Client computers 84 © Copyright 2010.

Setup and Use Manual . rather than charging and specify the Gigabyte usage and minutes deducted in the same manner described above. The Bandwidth Monitoring Setup box The first check box enables bandwidth monitoring (as shown above). Then you can specify how many Gigabytes are used before charges start incurring and define the amount to charge for each additional Gigabyte.] If you would prefer to deduct minutes instead of charge extra fees.Using Bandwidth Monitoring Navigation: Admin icon>Pricing and Stock Setup>Bandwidth Monitoring You can monitor and charge for excessive bandwidth as used by each user session. OneRoof. [If you want to charge per Megabyte instead. Note that this sometimes causes confusion with customers asking where all their minutes went to… so this feature is rarely used. 85 © Copyright 2010. Inc. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Click OK to save your changes.001 Gigabytes for 1/1000 of a Gigabyte. you would use . You can enter the Gigabyte amount to 3 decimal places. All rights reserved. select Deduct minutes from User Accounts.

OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. you can search by “specific text” you enter. Setup and Use Manual .Viewing Log Files Navigation: Admin icon>Sales & Event Logs>Log File This allows the lookup of employee logons and logoffs during any selected day (Specific Date). Inc. and even to which computers. or for Today. before a Date (Before). between any 2 dates (Between Dates …). You can also narrow the search to specific employees. OneRoof. The System Log box 86 © Copyright 2010. type of events. All rights reserved. Additionally.

87 © Copyright 2010. Use the Test button to check your settings. These parameters or commands will be listed in your user manual for the cash drawer.Setting Up a Cash Drawer Navigation: Admin icon>Setup>Cash Drawer You can add cash drawer management easily in CyberCafePro. Setting up commands to work with your cash drawer This function is used to set up any extra commands that your cash drawer may require to open properly. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. All rights reserved. Inc. Setup and Use Manual . OneRoof.

OneRoof. Inc. Setup and Use Manual . Adding non-session items to the sale 88 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. All rights reserved.Making Non-Session Sales Navigation: Non-session icon For sales that do not involve computer time. Then click any POS item to add the sale of the item to the Non-session sale register. click the Non-session icon at the lower right of the MCS.

you will be prompted to enter the cash received. Illustrated below is a charge for $9. Setup and Use Manual . Calculating the change due from a non-session purchase 89 © Copyright 2010. payment with a $50.If you select (check) the Show ‘Make Change’ on enter check box. Inc. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.00.00.00 bill. and change due of $41. and the change will be calculated. then when you click the Enter button. All rights reserved.

aspx?FamilyID=d077a52d-93e9-4b02bd95-9d770ccdb431&displaylang=en 90 © Copyright 2010. Setup and Use Manual . For example. you can set up a command that will defragment the Client machine hard drives. You can use these commands to execute operations on one or all Client machines. All rights reserved.Adding Custom Commands Navigation: Admin icon>Setup>Commands Use the Commands menu item to set up custom commands on the Main Control Station. Inc. Use custom commands to execute programs on the Client machines CyberCafePro comes with commands pre-configured for Defragmentation of Hard Disk Drives. as well as for turning off (unfreezing) and back on (freezing) Microsoft’s Steady State Client maintenance program – free to licensed Windows users at: http://www.com/downloads/details.microsoft. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.

Setting Up Main Control Station Alerts
Navigation: Admin icon>System Settings>Alerts You can set alerts for notifying the operator at the MCS by enabling (simply checking the box) any or all of the five choices provided in the Server Alerts box. The choices include: • • • • • Admin Alerts for disconnect or password tampering attempts Incoming chat messages (if feature turned on and used) Account/timecode 5 minute warning Incoming Food Order (if feature turned on and used) Client needs to be reset

Server alerts

Once set, you can always disable an alert at a later time by clearing the Enable check box.

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Customizing the MCS Desktop
Navigation: Admin icon>Desktop Settings You can customize your MCS desktop. In the Desktop Settings area of the Admin Screen, use Set Desktop Picture to import a graphic to use as wallpaper that approximates your store location’s layout. Then you can arrange the Client icons on the desktop in the approximate graphical locations relative to the MCS. (Select Edit Mode before moving the Client icons.)

Desktop Settings on the MCS Admin Screen

You can also set up system colors for various screen areas of the MCS. To do so, click Colors in the Desktop Settings area.

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Finding the MCS IP Address
The IP address of the Main Control Station (MCS) is needed to set the Client computers to point to the MCS. Normally, IP addresses are found automatically, but sometimes (rarely), you might need to determine and enter the IP address yourself in the Client Administrative screen, accessed via the Admin button on the Client logon screen. To get the IP address of the MCS: 1. From the Help menu of the MCS, select SaaS Configuration. (Admin privileges are required to access this menu item.)

2. The SaaS Information box opens, providing the IP Address of the MCS, along with other information.

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All rights reserved. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Inc. Setup and Use Manual . 4. You can now enter the IP address into the Admin screen of the Client by selecting the Server IP (Static IP) option and then entering the MCS IP address from the SaaS Information box.3. Click OK. 94 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof.

The Database Maintenance box 95 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.Maintaining the Database Navigation: Admin icon>Setup>Database OneRoof suggests daily back-ups be selected. OneRoof. All rights reserved. Inc. Setup and Use Manual . as shown below.

Clients are quickly updated but must be online and not in use. you will see this message: Click OK. 96 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof.Updating CyberCafePro Software Components Navigation: Admin icon>System Update>Update It is a good idea to periodically check for newer Client and MCS software versions online by clicking Check version in the Update Components box. All rights reserved. this action automatically re-boots the updated Clients as well. Setup and Use Manual . Use the Update button and Select all for update check box (when Clients that need updates are displayed in section 2) for immediately updates to the Clients. Inc. the MCS is automatically updated. The Update Components box When you check “Select all for update” in #3 and then click the Update button. Reminder messages will be presented on the MCS when an update is available. Keeping current on latest versions of CyberCafePro is mandated for all users. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. and after four delays of “not now”.

and from anywhere. OneRoof. 97 © Copyright 2010. Inc. you can get to OneRoof Reports by directing your browser to: http://reports. more control and more profit.oneroof.Accessing OneRoof Reports Navigation: Admin icon>Sales and Event Logs>OneRoof Reports Clicking OneRoof Reports provides access to data from your café for more insight. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Alternatively. Setup and Use Manual .com. All rights reserved. in addition to 24x7 online access from anywhere. with multi-unit enterprise views.

OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Setup and Use Manual .Sales Details and Export Navigation: Admin icon>Sales and Event Logs>Sales Details and Export 98 © Copyright 2010. All rights reserved. OneRoof. Inc.

etc. if desired. Inc. Note: OneRoof Reports subscribers are provided several export format options (CSV. 99 © Copyright 2010. Setup and Use Manual . You may also select Display only subtotals for less detail. Any if these Sales Details reports can be exported by clicking the Export CSV button. using any browser and web access. you won’t see any OneRoof Reports data or sales details.) and are able to view data in graphic online displays from anywhere. Last Month) the details of your sales. XML.g.The Sales Details box as pictured next is where you can select by pre-formatted buttons (e. Last Week) and clicking Export CSV. This Week. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. XLS. Yesterday. All rights reserved. Note: Until you have data either from use of CyberCafePro or a conversion from a prior CyberCafePro version. Sales Details window Exporting Data You can export data from your Main Control Station directly by selecting the time period (Today.

0 up and running. If you have a CyberCafePro version prior to 4.oneroof.Converting a Prior Version of CyberCafePro If you are using CyberCafePro 4. A Read Me file with screenshots is included to guide you through the simple. OneRoof.com/downloads.x or any version of CyberCafePro 5. you can choose to install the new CyberCafePro 6.0 and start today with all the new features. All rights reserved.5. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. sequential steps needed. Setup and Use Manual . Visit www. 100 © Copyright 2010. Inc.x you can download our easy-to-use converter and within minutes have your new CyberCafePro 6. or contact us via our support page for conversion possibilities if desired.5.

Inc. by using the Start Report Data Feed command. All rights reserved. OneRoof. Setup and Use Manual . 101 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. the data from the last transmittal until the pushing of Export Data immediately is sent to the Web – and within 5-10 minutes afterwards will be visible in the OneRoof Reports of the day for the given store or centre.Start Report Data Feed Navigation: Admin icon>Sales and Event Logs>Start Report Data Feed Although each store updates once a day automatically.

you can download alternates from CyberCafePro. It shows the OneRoof logo. All rights reserved. OneRoof. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. but you can customize with your own logo as well.) To change the skin.Changing the Client Skin The image below displays the default skin for the CyberCafePro Clients. Inc. Choices include: 102 © Copyright 2010.com/downloads. Setup and Use Manual . (See Client Manual for details re changing.

All rights reserved.You can also customize your own skins via the CyberCafePro Client Skin Editor (also available for download) or contact OneRoof regarding our additional fee-based Professional Services. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Setup and Use Manual . Inc. 103 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof.

Unzip. in the Admin Screen. Then place the unzipped skin file into the Skin folder on the Client computer (not MCS). (The skin may not show up right away on the MCS. select the skin. Then on the MCS. Download the skin. Inc. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation.) 104 © Copyright 2010. select System Settings. OneRoof. and in the lower right. the skin will be listed. All rights reserved. 2.To change the skin: 1. once the Client re-connects to the MCS. Setup and Use Manual .

105 © Copyright 2010. Inc. All rights reserved. Repeat for each Client. OneRoof.3. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. Setup and Use Manual .

and which then allows CyberCafePro the control it requires to manage the system. 106 © Copyright 2010. OneRoof. Administrator Username: This is the login username of the administrative Windows Account that CyberCafePro will use to auto logon to the system with. and setup a password for the Administrative account you will be using in order to increase the overall security of the system. Setup and Use Manual . By default. Setup and Use Manual for more information regarding the setup and daily running of Clients. or through Windows Control Panel).Automatic Client Skin Boot-up (Auto-Login on Client) Accessible from the CyberCafePro Client Administration screen Note: See OneRoof CyberCafePro Client Installation. CyberCafePro Client Administration box Administrator Username In order to be able to secure and control the system. you should then select the option to ‘Allow blank password’ as it modifies a system setting to allow auto-logging into Windows with a blank password field. CyberCafePro Client requires the login credentials of a Windows Administrative account. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. We recommend that you instead open the Windows User Account administration window (access it by using the Manage Accounts button shown above. Inc. All rights reserved. If you leave it blank. as shown will appear the ‘Administrator’ account and the password may be blank.

In so doing. even though you are certain they are correct. See Copying Client Settings (i. you may find that the username and password are not being accepted as valid by CyberCafePro. It will ensure the Client boots automatically. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. but you can select the option for those individual programs (if needed) to launch as the administrative account. If you have problems setting the account and password. you may need to enter this information in order to login to the domain controller. OneRoof. “cloning” to all other Clients) on page 68. Once all the details have been entered. click OK and the CyberCafePro Client will automatically startup and be in control of the system. 1 107 © Copyright 2010. the name of the Administrators group may not be ‘Administrators’ -. we suggest you select (check) this function on each Client.e. logs into Windows and does not bypass the Client logon and go to the Windows logon screen. All rights reserved. but that can also be annoying. Setup and Use Manual . Alternate Account We recommend that you enter a non-Administrative Employee account for the second field which will be the account used to launch applications and desktop access. ‘Administrators’ Group Name In non-English Windows installations. Inc. This is more of a convenience feature should you have customers trying to bypass the Client login screen. any programs accessed from the desktop would also be launched under this non-Administrative Employee account. you may need to modify this value to match the name of the Administrators group on your Windows installation. In these cases you can select to bypass the account verification and accept the usernames and passwords as entered…but make sure you are 100% sure of the information.] Bypass verification of Accounts (Correct information entered but the fields are still red) In very rare cases due to some abnormal Windows setups.which will cause issues with the verification process CyberCafePro uses for accounts. Domain If using a Domain Controller such as Active Directory.Administrative Password This is the password for the selected Administrative account.] Force auto login button Once the Clients and CyberCafePro MCS are operating properly and consistently. [Some programs may not like being launched under this non admin account. Note: You can copy Client settings to all other Clients easily. We recommend you set one up in Windows and then repeat it in this CyberCafePro Client window shown (and do the same for all Clients). Worst case is that you will have to manually logon to the PC each time. [No security is compromised either way. forcing you to manually have to go to the Client computer and log onto Windows.

DO NOT select Set to Windows or Set All Clients to Windows as this will prevent the CyberCafePro Client software from loading again until manually started. OneRoof CyberCafePro MCS Installation. the CyberCafePro Client program will run after the system auto-logs in. These actions shut down Windows so that when rebooted. Inc. you can easily turn them all on again right from the CyberCafePro MCS by clicking the Main workspace area and selecting Wake All Clients.Shutting Down the Clients at Days End At the end of the day when you are ready to shutdown all the computers. OneRoof. Setup and Use Manual . All rights reserved. right-click the Client icon or right-click the workspace area in the Main screen on the MCS. 108 © Copyright 2010. Important: • Select to either Shutdown Client or Shutdown all unused. • Note that if you have Wake-On-LAN network cards in the Client PCs.

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