Introduction Daniel A. FitzGerald President of Storm’s Edge Technologies
Acknowledgements TCCDLA & Members Tarrant County DA’s office Tarrant County Staff ECFS Project Team
Recommended System Specs MinimumBest BuyOptimum I2456I2812I3224 P4 2.4Ghz/533P4 2.8Ghz/533P4 3.2Ghz/800 256 MB DDR PC3200 RAM 512 MB DDR PC3200 RAM 1 GB DDR PC3200 RAM 40 GB EIDE Hard Drive 80 GB SATA Hard Drive 120 GB SATA Hard Drive USB 2.0 Ports
TCCDLA Security Token What is it? What does it do? How do I get one? How do I use it?
What is a Security Token A device that can identify who you are to a computer system or software. It’s like an access badge but much more secure. It’s your access key to logon to the ECFS system.
What does a Security Token Do? Holds your ECFS Certificate. Identifies to you to the ECFS system. Logs you into the ECFS system Allows access to the TCCDLA PC located in the Justice Center.
How Do I Get a Security Token? Fill out an application and submit it along with your payment to Bill Ray. A Token will then be mailed to you. An email will be sent to you with instruction on the use of your token.
How Do Use the Security Token? Install the software according to the installation instruction mailed along with the token. Insert the Token in a USB port Browse to the ECFS web site Key in the PIN number to your Token Double click the Certificate Name
Licensing of Token Software? Each PC that will be used with a Security Token will need to have a the Axis software package loaded on it. Each License of the Axis software can only be loaded on a single PC.