Difference between revisions of "Configuring Quest II EMV and Secure MSR"

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The device will need two drivers installed.  
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The device will need two drivers installed. <br>
 
1. [https://download.microsoft.com/download/F/F/F/FFF64E24-E3E6-45FE-924F-FFFA01E75F71/POSforDotNet-1.14.msi Microsoft POS for .Net v1.14]<br>
 
1. [https://download.microsoft.com/download/F/F/F/FFF64E24-E3E6-45FE-924F-FFFA01E75F71/POSforDotNet-1.14.msi Microsoft POS for .Net v1.14]<br>
 
2. [https://atlassian.idtechproducts.com/confluence/download/attachments/30479625/80096834-001-A_MSR%20USBHID%20OPOS%20Driver%20V3.14.zip?api=v2 Quest II MSR OPOS Driver]
 
2. [https://atlassian.idtechproducts.com/confluence/download/attachments/30479625/80096834-001-A_MSR%20USBHID%20OPOS%20Driver%20V3.14.zip?api=v2 Quest II MSR OPOS Driver]
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[[File:QuestII_1.PNG]]
 
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Change the card reader type configured to 'OposNet:IDTECH_SECUREMAG_USBHID'.
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Change the card reader type configured to 'OposNet:IDTECH_SECUREMAG_USBHID' then Save.

Revision as of 13:55, 25 July 2018

This section only applies if the Quest tablet being configured has An EMV Read and Secure MSR.


The device will need two drivers installed.
1. Microsoft POS for .Net v1.14
2. Quest II MSR OPOS Driver

Once Installed: Make the following adjustment under setup - local computer - Card Reader.

QuestII 1.PNG

Change the card reader type configured to 'OposNet:IDTECH_SECUREMAG_USBHID' then Save.