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ResSched is called with your browser. Enter:

 

1) The fully qualified domain for the ResSched server (e.g. https://yourdomain.com or https://yoursubdomain.yourdomain.com); or

 

2) On a local network, enter the DNS name of the machine acting as the ResSched server (e.g. https://yourservername ); or

 

3) The internal or external IP address of the ResSched server.

 

The default ports for the ResSched server are 80 for unencrypted connections and 433 for encrypted connection. If the your installation of ResSched uses different ports, you must add the ports to the domain, name or IP address you are using to call ResSched (e.g., https://yourservername:488)

 

While ResSched supports insecure connections (http:), modern browsers make it increasing difficult to connect without a secure connection (https:),

 

 

All ResSched users, except for Public View Only users, must be logged in before they can access ResSched schedules and other information.

 

 

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User Name / Email Address

A unique identifier for the user up to 80 charactrers. The user's primary email address can be used as the user name (recommended).

Password

The user's password. Not required for Public View Only user ID's.

Data Set

Organizations with Enterprise licenses can have multiple sets of resource, booking, users, and other entities. Use this field to specify the data set you wan to access.

 

Condtional: Organization must have an Enterprise license subscription. System administrators must create the a sub folder for each data set.

Reset forgotten password

A temporary random password is generated and emailed to the primary email address of the user with security notification sent to the second email address if available. The temporary password is valid for just 15 minutes and can only be used to let the user create their own new password.

 

Conditional: Allow Password Reset must be turned on in Organization Settings.

Create new user ID

This link lets public or semi-public (e.g. students) users can create a reserve user ID.

 

Condtional: Organization must have an Enterprise license subscription; Allow Public Reserve Users must be turned on in Organization Settings.