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

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The device will need two drivers installed. <br>
 
The device will need two drivers installed. <br>
 
*[https://download.microsoft.com/download/F/F/F/FFF64E24-E3E6-45FE-924F-FFFA01E75F71/POSforDotNet-1.14.msi Microsoft POS for .Net v1.14]<br>
 
*[https://download.microsoft.com/download/F/F/F/FFF64E24-E3E6-45FE-924F-FFFA01E75F71/POSforDotNet-1.14.msi Microsoft POS for .Net v1.14]<br>
*[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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*[https://atlassian.idtechproducts.com/confluence/display/KB/SecureHead+%28IDHA-XXXX-ZZ%29+-+Home Quest II MSR OPOS Driver]
  
 
Once Installed:
 
Once Installed:

Revision as of 18:10, 1 May 2019

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


The device will need two drivers installed.

Once Installed: Make the following adjustment under Setup -> Local computer -> Card Reader.

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

NOTE: These steps also apply to the Quest III tablet.