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Returning a Smart Card Nymi Band

When a user no longer requires their Nymi Band, perform the following steps, which allows you to assign another user to the Nymi Band.

This procedure removes the association between the user and the Nymi Band in EAM and deletes the biometric data from the Nymi Band.

  1. Put the Nymi Band on a charger and then hold the bottom button down until the User Data Deleted icon appears.
    The biometric data of the user is removed from the Nymi Band.
  2. In the EAM Console, select the Directory panel.
  3. Select the search request by changing the object type to user and then in the Filter field, type the username.
    The following figure shows the Search request window.
    nee_ev_search_request_window.png
  4. Click Search.
  5. Select the user, and then select the RFID tab.
    nee_ev_rfid_for_user.png
    Two entries display, one for the user as an RFID entry and the other is a wearable entry.
  6. Select the Wearable entry, and then click Blacklist.
  7. On the Confirmation window, click Yes.
  8. On the Confirmation window, click Yes.
    The RFID and Wearable entries are blacklisted.
  9. Select the wearable entry, and then click Delete.
  10. On the Confirmation window, click Yes.
  11. Select the RFID entry, and then click Delete.
  12. On the Confirmation window, click Yes.
  13. Select the Smart Card tab.
  14. Select the smart card to remove, and then click Blacklist.
    The state changes to Old Card.
  15. Once blacklisted, the Delete button appears. Click Delete.
  16. In the left navigation pane, select RFID.
  17. From the RFID state list, select Blacklisted, and then click Apply.
    Two blacklisted entries appear for the user, one for the RFID and one for the Wearable, as shown in the following figure
    nee_ev_blacklisted_band.png
  18. Select the RFID entry, and then click Delete.
  19. Select the Wearable entry, and then click Delete.
  20. In the left navigation pane, click Smart Card.
  21. On the Reports tab, click Apply, and then search for the user.
    An Old Card entry appears, as shown in the following figure.
    nee_ev_old_card.png
  22. Select the Old Card entry, and then click Delete.

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