Reliable Controls Releases RC-WebView 3.13

June 3, 2020

 Reliable Controls has announced the release of RC-WebView 3.13. RC-WebView is an easy-to-use browser-based building management solution that allows operators and administrators to efficiently manage any internet-connected building automation system. 

RC-WebView 3.13 includes the following new features: 

  • Provides options for compliance with Title 21 CFR Part 11:
    • New digitally signed audit logs to ensure authenticity. 
    • New second approval for security changes. 
    • New printout watermark security option. 
    • New password expiry option triggers the automatic expiry of passwords after a specified number of days. 
    • New option to lock out a user account after a specified number of failed logon attempts. 
  • New Enterprise Schedule queue lets you view the list of pending and failed Enterprise Schedule sends. 
  • New audit trail filtering feature automatically filters event data specific to the page the user is currently viewing. 
  • New support for solid color backgrounds with configurable dimensions, element layering, static images, and Landing Pads in enhanced System Groups implemented in RC-Studio® 3.6.2.
  • New ability to create, modify, and delete Point Reports.
  • Improved replace color, polygon, and graduated polygon feature performance.
  • Improved audit trail logging to include changes made to an Enterprise Website’s configuration.
  • Improved security support to include TLS 1.2.
  • Improved drag and right-click operations when you modify BACnet schedules using a touchscreen device.

RC-WebView combines the power of enterprise tools with a simple interface that connects multiple independent control systems into a single enterprise. Managing your building operations has never been easier. 

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