Optimize workspaces and meeting room booking with easy to use and efficient software and displays, integrated with your scheduling system.
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Door Tablet SIGNS allows for sending content to any large screen(s). You can choose from an array of input mediums to display whatever you wish. Be it news and the lunch menu, or todays meetings and weather, or all the above.
Door Tablet provides a complete and customisable solution for smarter meeting rooms that can be tailored to your brand and usecase
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Turn any monitor into a wayfinding display using Door Tablet Solutions.
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Samsung Tizen Integration
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Door Tablet for Big and Small Businesses
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Door Tablet for clinics, private and public hospitals
Hotel & Event Center Schedule Signage
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Hybrid work and health sensoring
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The Door Tablet server comes in two flavors, Enterprise and Basic. The Door Tablet Enterprise server includes more functionality, more power, and a bit more complexity compared to the Basic server.
Buttonless, ISE and InfoComm, Sensor and LED Controller, New Features, ePaper Development
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Door Tablet Healthcare Sensors, Crestron & Samsung Tizen Integrations, DT Version 10.4
First, open Task Scheduler. Click “Create Basic Task” in the Actions pane on the right side. In the Wizard that opens, type the tasks name (we chose “Shut Down”) and click Next.
Now you’ll need to select a trigger time for Windows to shut down. We'll set this for 1am in the morning, which should ensure that any computer in an office isn't left running overnight.
To do this, click “Daily,” then enter the date and time you want Windows to shut down. You can change the frequency with which this occurs in the “Recur every …. days” box.
Click “Next,” then select “Start a program.” On the next screen type “shutdown.exe” into the Program/script box and “/s” into the arguments box. Your screen should look like the following.
Click Next, then Finish. Your regular shutdowns are now scheduled.
You can do more. For example, only triggering the automatic shutdown when Windows has been idle for at least “x” amount of times.
To do this, open Task Scheduler, click Task Scheduler Library in the pane on the left, then find your “Shut Down” task (or whatever you named it), right-click it and click Properties.
In the new window click the Conditions tab, tick the “Start the task only if the computer is idle” box, then select the amount of idle time you want before Windows shuts itself down. Click OK when you’re done.
If you ever want to edit or delete this task, just go to “Task Scheduler -> Task Scheduler Library,” and right-click it from the list to see the available options.
Starting up your computer on a schedule is a little different, and you’ll need to go into your mother-board BIOS to set it up. To do this, reboot your PC, then as it’s starting up, repeatedly press Del, F8, F10 or whatever button your specific PC uses to enter the BIOS.
Once there, look for a function called “Resume By Alarm,” “Power on By RTC Alarm” or similar (it varies depending on your mother-board manufacturer). Set the time on it to when you want, save your changes, and exit the BIOS.