Checklist for Nymi Band Distribution and Enrollment

The following checklist provides you with a list of the steps that you need to perform before users can use the Nymi Band in your environment.

Table 1. Nymi Band configuration checklist for users
Completed? Task
  Remove the Nymi Bands and charging cradles from the box. The Nymi Band, contains enough battery charge to get you through the enrollment activities. The Nymi Band arrives in ship mode, to wake the Nymi Band, press the top bottom. After enrollment, charge the Nymi Bands for at least 2 hours for a full charge. A fully charged Nymi Band battery will typically have a 3-day battery life based on 300 BLE or NFC taps over 10 hours per day.
  Use the NES Administrator Console to Configure a group policy.
On the enrollment terminal that you will use to enroll users:
  • Install the Nymi Band Application.
  • Plug the Nymi-provided Bluetooth Adapter (BLED112) into a USB port.
  • Import the root certificate into the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities store (if the certificate is not already in the store).
  On the authentication station that you will use to authenticate users by their corporate credentials, when they are experiencing issues authenticating to their Nymi Band with their biometrics:
  • Install the Nymi Band Application.
  • Plug the Bluetooth adapter (BLED112) into a USB port.
  • Import the root certificate into the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities store (if the certificate is not already in the store).
Note: To use the authentication station, you must enable the Corporate Credentials option in the active group policy. Configuring Corporate Credentials Authentication provides more information. The Nymi Support Website provides more information about using an authentication station.
  On each user terminal:
  • Install the Nymi Band Application, or install Nymi Runtime and the Nymi-enabled Application.
  • Plug the Bluetooth adapter (BLED112) into a USB port.
  • Import the root certificate into the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities store (if the certificate is not already in the store).
 
  • Verify that the firmware version on the Nymi Band matches the version on the packing slip. The firmware version is visible when the Nymi Band is plugged into a USB charger and you press the top and bottom button on the Nymi Band.
  • Unplug the Nymi Band and press any button to verify that the battery icon and NO USER appears on the display of the Nymi Band.
  For Legic Advant-enabled Nymi Bands that you will use with LEGIC Advant Readers, encode the Legic credentials on each Nymi Band.
  Distribute the Nymi Band and a charging cradle to each user. If provided, distribute the Nymi Band Quick Start Guide.
  Walk each user through the Nymi Band enrollment process.

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