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Viewing all Access Controllers within an Organization
Viewing all Access Controllers within an Organization
Instructions on viewing all access controllers within an organization
Updated over a week ago

You can get a quick overview of all of your access controllers from the Devices page. From here, you'll see details about all of the access controllers in your organization, such as the status and serial number. Access controllers are grouped by site.


  • You must be an Access Admin and a Site Access Admin of at least one site with an access controller in it to see the access controllers option on the Devices page.


  1. Select the Devices page from the All Products menu

  2. From the search bar filter for device type: Access Controller

  3. This page shows you all access controllers for which you have Site Access Admin permissions.

Select an access controller to view its configuration such as its serial number, IP address, AUX port configuration, and door port configuration.

You may change the access controller's site by selecting the Site dropdown.

Note: You must be a Site Access Admin for both the site in which the access controller currently resides, as well as for the site to which you would like to move the access controller.

Select the image of the access controller to enter its configuration page. From here, you may view and modify the access controller's door ports and auxiliary devices.

Select the Settings tab to view and modify the access controller settings. On this tab, you may set the access controller's Name, Location, and Timezone. The status, serial number, and firmware of all connected Verkada card readers are listed at the bottom of the page.

You may perform the following quick actions on the access controller by selecting their respective buttons:

  • Identify - blinks the status LED of the access controller pink for easy visual identification

  • Restart - issues a software reboot command to the access controller

  • Decommission - will remove the access controller from your Command organization

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