How do I create a Lockdown Plan?

Note: Please contact your sales representative to request Lockdown functionality.

A Lockdown Plan lets you change the state of an entry (or several entries) with your choice of trigger method, including via the mobile app, the Control Center, a designated card credential presented at the reader, or third-party wired and IoT buttons. Some examples of Lockdown Plans include:

  • A plan that locks all perimeter entries and unlocks all interior doors, like for a lockout procedure
  • A plan that locks all entries near a delivery room, like for a suspicious package scenario
  • A plan that unlocks all doors within a building, like for an open house event

To create a Lockdown Plan:

  1. Go to https://control.openpath.com/login and log in
  2. Go to Sites > Lockdown Plan Management and click Create Lockdown Plan
  3. Give the plan a useful name and assign a rank. The rank is important because it determines which plans take priority in the case of triggering multiple plans that share entries. The lower the number, the higher the rank.
    • Optionally, you can enter a time after which the plan will auto-revert using Auto-Revert Plan. If you do not want the Lockdown Plan to revert automatically, leave this value blank.
  4. Optionally, you can enable the Use standard (free-eligible) zone configuration slider to create a Lockdown Plan that includes all Zones with triggered states of Lockdown - Override Only.
  5. Click Add Zone to select which Entries this Lockdown Plan will affect
    • Note: You cannot add Zones that have been shared with you to a Lockdown Plan
  6. Select the desired Entry State for the Zone. For lockdown scenarios, we recommend using Lockdown - Override Only. This means only Users with Override permissions are able to unlock Entries in this state.

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    1. Click Save
    2. Go to the User Config tab to select Users and Groups that can trigger and revert the Lockdown Plan

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  1. Click Save
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