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1 Simple Key Loader (SKL)
AN/PYQ-10 (C)

2 AGENDA INTRODUCTION/CHARACTERISTICS PHYSICAL FEATURES AND CONTROLS
CALIBRATE/ SET DATE AND TIME LOG IN PROCEDURES USER APPLICATION SOFTWARE FAMILIARIZATION BASIC KEY/LOADSET BREAKDOWN ADD EQUIPMENT/ CREATE AND ADD PLATFORM TRANSFER/RECIEVE DATABASE FROM SKL TO SKL LOAD ASIP RADIO/ LOAD DAGR(SINGLE KEY) AUDIT FUNCTION FAMILIARIZATION PROPER SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE EMERGANCY DISTRUCTION

3 Safety Considerations
THIS LESSON CONTAINS NO SAFETY CAUTIONS

4 References TM 11-5810-410-13&P, 1 July 2007
Operator’s and Field Maintenance Manual Quick Reference Guide, 1 NOV 08 Simple Key Loader, AN/PYQ-10(C) CSLA, SKL Training Material and Practical Exercise Communication Support Services, INC SKL User Application Software v3.3 Training Material SKL Practical Exercise NSA Doctrine, Interim Operational Security Doctrine (IDOC) Jul 05

5 FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY CLASSIFICATION THIS COURSE IS
ADDITIONALLY, THIS COURSE IS NOT RELEASABLE TO MILITARYSTUDENTS FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES IAW DA PAM

6 Introduction Ruggedized Handheld Personal Digital Assistant (PDA)
The Simple Key Loader (SKL) is the replacement for the Data Transfer Device (DTD) Interfaces to Local Management Device/Key Processor (LMD/KP), Automated Communications Engineering Software (ACES), DMD, CT3 DTDs Handles, Views, Stores and Loads SOI, Key, Electronic Protection (EP) Data The SKL is a Controlled Cryptographic Item (CCI) because of the KOV-21 Information Security (INFOSEC) card imbedded in it. Authorized up to TS key and Secret Data (SOI)

7 (Data Transfer Device)
SKL vs. DTD (Data Transfer Device) AN/PYQ-10 (C) AN/CYZ-10 SKL Specification DTD 32 bit 400 MHz (300 MHz) Processor (4 KHz) 3.5” Color Display Display lines 24 characters 64 Mg Ram, 64 (32) Mg Flash Mem Storage Kb Ram, 256Kb Flash Mem 6 pin RS-232 & 2 Mini USB Interface Pin RS-232 Rechargeable Battery Packs Power volt or 3 ea 2/3A batteries Key Storage TEK,KEK 500, Traditional ,000 TEK/KEK FFK 5,000-8, Modern FFK (plus/minus10%) SDS - 300MHz, 64M, 32M flash, passive styles or touch screen, battery built into SDS Instructor: Under SKL the numbers in ( ) are the SDS numbers The SKL has no hard drive: Flash Memory, OS and application are stored on non-volatile Storage Memory contains the encrypted database SKL also has 64Mg of working memory that the SDS does not have. (SDS information)

8 SKL Compatibility CT3, RDS, FILL and ANCD is software on a DTD
Transfer CT3 RDS FILL ANCD KOI-18 KYK-13 KYX-15 LCMS ACES Keys Database/ Loadset SOI Audit Trail Receive Black Key Packet The SKL has comprehensive User Application Software (UAS) that replaces CT3, RDS, FILL and ANCD software, while backward compatibility to with CT3 software. CT3, RDS, FILL and ANCD is software on a DTD

9 Army Key Management System (AKMS)
Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) National Program Army Key Management System (AKMS) which is made up of: Automated Communications Engineering System (ACES) Dell Latitude D810, windows based ACES performs Network Planning, SOI’s, HOPSETS, etc ACES software version 1.8 with accept Black Key Packages from the LCMS and transfer it to the SKL 2. Local Management Device/Key Processor (LMD/KP) Dell Power Edge Server 700, SCO Unix based To account for COMSEC material, physical or electronic. 3. Fill Devices Army Key Management System (AKMS)

10 Controls Fill Port KOV Light Zeroize Button Power Button
Inductive Stylus Holder Inductive Stylus ADT SCREEN Fill port – standard RS232 KOV Light- When KSV-19 card inside the SKL is initiated the light will be luminesent KSV-19 Housing If any of the protective screw coating is in anyway damaged it is a COMSEC incident and must me reported immediately. Zeroize Button – Zeroizes the database and key not passwords and logins Active Display technology, not a touch screen. Only works with inductive stylus. Inductive touch-panel technology creates a magnetic field above the display's surface and can then detect changes in this field when a special pen with passive circuitry is in range. The pen's position can be detected even when it is above the surface of the panel so that hovering and variable pressure effects can be used as part of user interface. 4 General Purpose Buttons CIK Access 5-Way Control Buttons (Mouse Mode) Brightness Controls

11 Controls Open and Close Start Menu Open Selected Application (UAS)
Night Vision Goggle Mode Activates 5 Way Direction Buttons Button 1, Open and Close Start Menu Button 2, Opens selected application (Only works within UAS) Button 3, Night Vision Goggle Mode Button 4, Activates mouse mode/5-Way control buttons

12 Controls 2 - USB ports Mini- B (BOTTOM, disabled) Mini- A
(TOP, read only) CIK (one per SKL) Insert and remove CIK only while turned off USB mini-A can be used for keyboard, mouse and mass storage (write disabled) USB mini-B is disabled Ensure SKL is powered down before installing or removing the CIK, can cause CIK or KOV-21 card failure The CIK is reversible and can be inserted either way. Make sure the CIK is firmly seated in the CIK slot. NOTE: Removal of the CIK with power applied will put the SKL in a ALARM Shutdown in Progress state. A lost SKL is a COMSEC reportable incident, category of incident is based off the protection of the CIK. Read IDOC paragraphs 46-49 SKL 0N D PAT. NO. R D a T K e y

13 Battery

14 Battery Battery Indicator Green 100% - 41% Amber 40% - 11%
Red 10% - 0% At 2% Pop up every 30 seconds At 1% the SKL will automatically shutdown High Capacity: 60 hrs Standard Capacity: 33hrs AA Battery Pack: 20 hrs Recharges <2 hrs DO NOT push the power button when battery is removed (will be a label on newer SKL’s) Battery indicator drops by 10 until at 10%, then drops by 1. Green 100 down to 41, Yellow 40 and below, Red 10 and below At 1% the SKL will automatically shutdown Main batteries Very Low appears at 2% ( on slide ). will pop up every 30 seconds once you close the pop up. When recharging the battery, if the led is not lit or flashing go to troubleshooting chart. When the SKL is in off mode the high capacity battery life is 60 days and 45 days with the standard battery Cautions from TM: Do not use or subject the battery pack to intense sunlight or hot temperature such as in a vehicle in hot weather.

15 Questions Q: At what percentage will the SKL automatically turn off?

16 10 MINUTE BREAK

17 Power On - Initialization
Before beginning ensure that the battery is secured in place. Press Power button and hold for 3 seconds or until SKL turns on. Wait until SKL security check is complete before you can brighten the screen. NOTE: You will only see the screen when the KOV-21 (INFOSEC Card) is in an uninitialized state. Before you logon to the KOV-21, calibrate the stylus (done on initial setup and as needed) You need to calibrate the stylus to make it easier to use the virtual keyboard

18 Initial SSO Login Active Program ICON At the Default SSO Login screen
Tap on OK This pairs the KOV-21 card and the host Active Program ICON

19 Initial SSO Login Use External CIK associates the SKL to the CIK (Crypto Ignition Key) Tap on OK Old password DEFAULTPIN which is already there, so don’t erase otherwise you have to re-enter DEFAULTPIN Password – case sensitive, 6-12 characters, letters, number and special charters, no spaces in password After you tap OK a popup should display “password successfully updated” NOTE: ten consecutive SSO logon failures will result in the KOV-21 card being re-intialized and return it to the uninitialized state.

20 Initial SSO Login Tap on OK
In version 4.0 User Application Software (UAS) is launched automatically.

21 Initial SSO Login On Information pop up – tap on OK
The first time you use the SKL from an uninitialized state there is no database and one is created. Startup Information display SKL software version, SKL database version, classifications and size of audit trail.

22 Initial SSO Login At this point you want to exit UAS to finish setting up the SKL for operation. Calibrate Set the date/time SKL Setting Create User NOTE: For operational purposes, the SSO account should never be used to access and utilize the SKL UAS program. Rather, create another user account and use it to perform your necessary mission with the SKL UAS program.

23 Re-initialize NSA Doctrine, Interim Operational Security Doctrine (IDOC) Jul 05 Upon CIK initialization LKEK - Local Key Encryption Key HDPK - Host Data Protection Key CIK must be re-initialized annually Upon initialization two split keys are created LKEK and HDPK. The two keys have a cryptoperiod of one year and must be superseded at that time. LKEK encrypts key HDPK encrypts data IDOC c. (U//FOUO) Cryptoperiod – The LKEK and HDPK have a cryptoperiod of one year and must be superseded at that time. This can be accomplished by re-initializing the SDS/SKL and its associated CIK yearly.

24 NSA Doctrine, Interim Operational Security Doctrine (IDOC) 007-04
14. (U//FOUO) Local Key Encryption Key (LKEK) and the Host Data Protection Key (HDPK) - The CIK contains two split keys created upon CIK initialization. These keys perform the encryption and decryption for the SDS/SKL. The split keys are the Local Key Encryption Key (LKEK) and the Host Data Protection Key (HDPK). The LKEK is used for the encryption/decryption of keying material, while the HDPK is used for the encryption/decryption of any information or data that a user may need protected by the SDS/SKL. a. (U//FOUO) Self-initialization – The SDS/SKL generates a Unique LKEK and HDPK. During initialization, only the splits for the keys are stored on the CIK. b. (U/FOUO) Re-Initializing – When re-initializing the CIK to create a new LKEK and HDPK, the keys previously protected by that CIK are unrecoverable unless they have first been moved to another device. c. (U//FOUO) Cryptoperiod – The LKEK and HDPK have a cryptoperiod of one year and must be superseded at that time. This can be accomplished by re-initializing the SDS/SKL and its associated CIK yearly. IDOC 1. (U) The attached Interim Operational Security Doctrine for the KIK-20 Secure Data Transfer Device 2000 System (SDS) and the AN/PYQ-10 Simple Key Loader (SKL) with embedded KOV-21 Cryptographic Card, dated July 2005, is effective upon receipt.

25 Calibrate Procedure Active Program ICON Program Switching ICON
According to the Quick Reference Guide; calibrate the stylus first. This makes it easier to use the virtual keyboard. Tap on Active Program ICON – Calibrate (easiest) or Tap on Program Switching ICON - Calibrate Windows Start button – Programs – Calibrate During the PE you will learn how to use the 5 Way Control Buttons, Active Program ICON Program Switching ICON

26 Calibrate Stylus Stylus must be perpendicular when calibrating

27 Set Card Clock/Date Tools – SSO – Set Card Time/Date
Next step is to set the Date then the time Use a good source for the time It is very important that when loading an ECU radio net including time from multiple SKL’s, that each SKL has the KOV-21 card time the same to within 4 seconds. Only SSO can change Time and Date Set date first then time Per QRG and TM Tools – SSO – Set Card Time/Date

28 Set Card Clock/Date Tap on month Tap on year
Tab on month to get the list of months. Tap on year and use up and down arrows to change year This only sets the date and time on the KOV-21 Tap on month Tap on year

29 Get Card Clock/Date Tools – User - Get Card Time/Date
Yes will set Host to match KOV-21 time No will display KOV-21 time When loading time comes from Host, Audit trail uses KOV-21 time 1.28 HOST (SYSTEM) TIME/DATE VERSUS KOV-21 CARD TIME/DATE. In the Simple Key Loader (SKL) the Host time is very important in that it is the time that is used when loading time to certain ECUs (i.e., SINCGARS, AN/PSC-5, ARC-201D, etc). When using the Date Load feature of the SKL to load keys, the Host date is used not the KOV-21 card date. The only procedure that uses the KOV-21 card time/date is the Audit Trail in Core Library. The fielded SKL shows the date in the taskbar of the Windows CE.Net operating system (OS). The Host time is transparent to the user, meaning it cannot be seen. Accordingly, software has been written that allows the Host time/date to sync up with the KOV-21 card time/date. There are two ways this is accomplished. Initially upon power-up the Host time/date is synced to the card time/date. Secondly, once the SSO has set the KOV-21 Card time/date using the procedures in Paragraph then a user can manually tell the system to have the Host time/date sync with the KOV-21 card time/date using the procedure in Paragraph It is very important that when loading an ECU radio net including time from multiple SKLs, that each SKL has the KOV-21 card time the same to within 4 seconds. Since the Host time is supposed to be in sync with the KOV-21 card time, each radio that is loaded in the net when time is also loaded should be able to communicate. 1-

30 Questions Who can set the KOV-21 time and date? SSO
How often does the SKL need re-initialized? Annually

31 5 MINUTE BREAK

32 User Application Software
Logging into UAS SOI Tab Platform Tab Equipment Tab Key Tab

33 User Application Software (UAS)
You must be logged in to launch UAS SKL Version 4 automatically launches UAS after login.

34 User Application Software (UAS)
Compatible with DTD, SDS, CT3, ACES, DMD Power workstation and End Cryptographic Units (ECU) Next we will look at the Platforms tab, Equipment tab, and Keys tab The RECV and LOAD ICONs: Receive Database, Load ECU from Platform and Equipment tab, will not load individual keys from Key tab

35 Platforms Equipment Example of tabs Keys SOI

36 Keys Tab KEY: Key Management Loading of single or multiple COMSEC keys
Defines the actual Short Title that is resident on the equipment Key Management View key attributes Delete keys segments Delete expired keys Create key tags Loading of single or multiple COMSEC keys If using the key tag, it must match exactly what is in the LCMS or it will cause the KP to have an error. Next we will discuss key fields

37 Equipment Tab Equipment: Equipment Management
Defines the actual hardware that is resident on the platform such as: SINCGARS RADIO PSC-5C ARC-220 KY-68 phone KG-175 Equipment Management Add/Edit/Delete/Keys and EP Data Loading of Single or Multiple Fill Locations

38 Platform Tab Platform: Platform Management
An assemblage with logical grouping of radios and/or COMSEC equipment such as: HMMV SHELTER BDE TOC APACHE Helicopter Platform Management Add/Edit/Delete Sequential Loading of Multiple assigned equipment Platform is can also be created in Automated Communication Engineering Software (ACES) and uploaded into the SKL It is under the Platform tab that your traditional LOADSET will be created and stored. Before doing a re-initialization of a SKL the database can be transferred to another SKL and transferred back after re-initialization.

39 SOI Tab Signal Operating Instructions
Displays the selected SOI Edition along with Pyro and Smoke data. It will also display any Quick Reference entries.

40 Key Knowledge Basic Key Break down: USED ETD 01 5AT068
US: Release prefix “US” constitutes Non releasable to foreign nationals. ED: Functional Relationships “ED” indicates Electronic Distribution. ETD: Indicates if it is a training or operational Key. 01 is the numerical sequence this key was Generated. 5AT068: Indicates the COMSEC Account that Generated The key. Some common Release prefixes are USKAD, USEAD,USKAT.

41 Key Knowledge Short Title Edition Key

42 Keys Tab KEY TAG - Key variable is needed
YELLOW KEY - Key variable stored EXPIRED TAG - Segment date has expired RED KEY - Key variable date has expired

43 View Key Information View works on any key or key tag listed in the SKL. From Key Tab Select a key (highlight the key you want to view) View (tool bar) Current Selection You can find out Key Use (TEK, KEK), where the key was received from, effective dates, classification

44 Delete Selected Segments
SKL Version 3.5 does not display Delete Key Tag, but Delete Segment Delete Segment will delete both a keys and a key tags A reason to Delete Segments is a mission change or emergency supersession

45 Destroy Expired Keys View – Key – Expired Keys
You can either put a check in the individual key or key tags View – Key – Expired Keys

46 Destroy Expired Keys After key or key tags are selected
tap on Delete or Delete All After you return the UAS Desktop you will see the key or key tags are gone.

47 FM LOADSET BREAKDOWN LOADSETS ARE GENERATED BY THE UNITS
FREQUENCY MANAGER ON THE ACES/JACS SYSTEM. WITH LIMITED USER INTERACTION. A LOADSET CONSISTS OF 6 ESETS, TSK, 6 CRYPTO- VARIABLE KEYS. THE CRYPTO-VARIABLE KEYS ARE GENERATED BY THE UNITS COMSEC CUSTODIAN. THE LOADSET IS COMMONLY LOCATED UNDER THE PLATs TAB. FRKS SINGARS

48 Associating Crypto Key(s) to a LOADSET
-FRKS -SINCGARS - C1 - USED 1 TEK - AB -1 - C6 -USED 2 KEK -AB - H0 - H1 - H2 - H3 - H4 - H5

49 Assign Key to LOADSET If you have a key tag or key loaded into the SKL you can assign it to a piece of equipment. Equipment Tab – File – Assign – Key Tags Will be assigning a key to a SINCGARS radio

50 Assign Key to LOADSET Highlight the key or key tag you going to use, tap on next Highlight the channel of a SCINGARS radio you want to assign the key or key tag to and tap on Finish Repeat till all channels are filled in. The example assigns the key to channel 1

51 LUNCH BREAK

52 Add Equipment The same a platform tab, you can edit equipment name and delete the equipment. You can not change Equipment Type, you would have to delete equipment and re-add equipment to make that correction. New equipment types are added with new versions of SKL software Practical Exersize: The equipments name will be DAGR/ BFT Equipment type will be “Unknown” The equipment name will be SINCGAR2 Equipment type will be RT1523

53 Assign Key to Equipment
If you have a key tag or key loaded into the SKL you can assign it to a piece of equipment. Equipment Tab – File – Assign – Key Tags Practical Exersize: Assign the DAGR keys 2 “RED” Annual 1 BLACK Monthly. Assign the TEK and KEK to the SINCGARS2 Equipment.

54 Add Platform Platform Tab Add Platform Other options Delete Platform
Edit Platform From Platform tab. File – Add Platform

55 Add Platform CMD VEH Bussed – The SKL will be connected to a Fill Port that is in the Platform but not part of the equipment. Non-Bussed – The SKL will be connected to equipment Fill Port and no Fill Location wakeup or handshake is required. Type in the name of the platform you want and tap OK. PRACTICAL EXERSIZE: NAME THE NEW PLATFORM CMD VEH Bussed - An example of this is a helicopter where the equipment is in the rear but the Fill Port is located in the Cockpit. Non-Bussed - KIV-7 **Distribution Path is reserved for future use** from ACES workstation

56 Assign Equipment to Platform
From Platform Tab: File - Assign – Equipment PRACTICAL EXERSIZE HIGHLIGHT CMD

57 Assign Equipment to Platform
This equipment will display all the Equipment created in the SKL Highlight the piece of equipment that you named during add equipment PRACTICAL EXERSIZE SELECT SINCGARS If you have multiple pieces of equipment to assign to that platform you repeat the steps. REPEAT FOR SINCGARS2 AND DAGR/BFT

58 Questions Can a key tag be assigned to a piece of equipment? Yes
Can you assign multiple pieces of equipment to one platform?

59 TRANSFERING DATABASE SKL TO SKL
From the Core Library desktop select File from the menu bar at the top of the screen. Select Transmit Select Database On the Database Transmit Wizard screen you can select to transmit ALL or Part of a database. Select All Under Transfer Mode Screen Select SKL Select Next SKL will instruct to press transmit to transmit database(s) selected. BEFORE YOU PRESS TRANSMIT Set up Receiving SKL. Press Transmit SKL will build databases and begin to send data automatically. Operation Successful dialog box will display when SKL is finished sending. Select OK. SKL will return to the UAS desktop. Disconnect SKLs. From the Core Library desktop select File from the menu bar at the top of the screen. Select Receive Select Database On the Receive Database Screen Select Source : SKL Profile box will instruct you to connect SKL to SKL. SKL will display Status Screen you will see the information being transferred in. When the Database is received a Save Database now? dialog box will popup. Select Yes. SKL will save database and will display a Operation Successful dialog box when completed. Select OK. SKL will return to the Received Database screen. If you do not need any more data select Close. SKL will return to the UAS desktop and you will see the new Database.

60 Receive Database When using Receive Database, you can receive Platform, Equipment, Key, SOI, etc. Anything that is in the database.

61 Transmit Database This function is used to transmit from fill device to fill device, e.g. SKL to SKL. You can use this function when you have to re-initialize the SKL on a annual basis. Or when new or re-initialized SKL are brought into you to load but have no platforms of equipment. You can transmit just that information. But if you have Equipment assigned to a platform, you can select platform only and the equipment gets transferred also. Anything that is assign get transferred including key and key tags. So if you don’t want to transmit it, you have to un-assign it first. File – Transmit – Database You select what you want to transfer and tap on NEXT.

62 Transmit Database Select what you are transmitting to and tap on NEXT
Then tap on Transmit and the other device initiates the receive function

63 Transmit Database The data is prepared and sent, once transmit is complete Operation Successful, Tap on OK

64 COMSEC PROCEDURES FOR LOADING RTs WITH THE SIMPLE KEY LOADER (SKL)
TURN ON SKL Double Click ON CORE LIBRARY LOG IN USING LOG IN AND PASSWORD SELECT LAUNCH FROM THE TOOL BAR CLICK OK ON SKL PLEASE WAIT CHECKING AND DECRYPTING DATA BASE IN PROGRESS CLICK OK ON THE START UP INFORMTION SELECT THE PLATS(PLATFORM) TAB (YOU WILL FIND THE APPROPRATE LOADSET HERE) HIGHLIGHT THE LOADSET YOU WISH TO TRANSMIT. IN THE UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER DC ON THE LOAD ICON GATHERING DATA SINCGARS MODE SELECT TRANSFER TYPE ICOM ***Place a check in the block for send time.**** SELECT OK LOAD ECU WIZARD SCREEN IS DISPLAYED VERIFY EQUIPMENT IS RIGHT SELECT NEXT FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE SCREEN (THIS PRETAINS TO THE RT) CONNECT CABLE TO THE AUD/FILL PORT SET FUNCT SWITCH TO LD SET COMSEC SWITCH TO FH SET CHAN TO MAN DEPRESS TWICE HANDSET TO CLEAR ALARM (THIS WILL NOT BE NESSESSARY WHEN USING ASIP) SELECT SEND WHEN YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE SCREEN SCREEN DISPLAYS PRESS LOAD (PRESS LOAD ON RT) Transfer successful (RT will display done)

65 COMSEC PROCEDURES FOR LOADING DAGR WITH THE SIMPLE KEY LOADER (SKL)
HOOK CABLE FROM DAGR TO SKL GO TO FILE TRANSMIT LOAD SELECTED KEYS PLACE CHECKS NEXT TO USKAD AND USKAD HIGHLIGHT USKAD USING “UP” BUTTON MOVE ABOVE THIS ENSURES PROPER LOADING OF KEYS. BEFORE SELECTING OK DOUBLE CHECK TO MAKE SURE THAT KEYS AND STILL ARE SELECTED. SELECT OK, PROTOCOL IS DS 102, ACTIVATE MODE IS KYK-13 SELECT OK TRANSMIT ONE KEY ONCE TRANSMITTED SKL WILL REPEAT PRIOR STEPS FOR SECOND KEY. DGR CONNECT FILL CABLE TO J1 START UP MAIN MENU COMMUNICATION CRYPTOFILL HIGHLIGHT DS 101 ENTER ENTER TO CHANGE TO DS 102 ENTER WAIT

66 10 Minute BREAK

67 Audit Trail When the Audit Trail was initialized
When accounts are created/deleted When accounts are logged on/off Any unsuccessful logon attempts When an account password is changed When and what key was received What device was used to receive the key When and what key was transmitted When a key file was transmitted When a key was zeroized When the KOV-21 INFOSEC card was zeroized When and what kind of device the SKL was connected to. When the date and time were changed Any alarm codes This is a list of the thing that the audit trail keep a log

68 Audit Trail Must be logged in as SSO to perform any Audit Functions
Login as SSO This will on of the screens you see before UAS, or VIEW - Summary Status Popup warning that its time to perform a audit trail once you have 18K in audit. If Audit trail is too big EKMS can not upload. SKL has 2 MG reserved for Audit Trail, LCMS can only handle 24K Tools - SSO - Audit Functions

69 Audit Trail Image on left shows the date and time of event
Image on right was the slide bar at bottom of audit trail moved to the right.

70 Audit Trail / Summary Status
A popup warning will display at 18K, indicating that its time to upload the audit trail. LCMS can only handle 24K, anything larger than 24k is too big for the current version of LCMS to upload, SKL has 2 MG reserved for the Audit Trail.

71 Audit Trail / Summary Status
From the Summary Status screen you can see that there is a lot of information you Show: Number of Platforms, Equipment, Segments, Keys and type of key (next slide) Keys Needed, Expired Key, EP (which is frequency hopping) The File Header is the text file name that was used when issuing keys to SKL/DTD

72 Audit Trail IDOC 007-04, 22 (U) Audits
“Audit information must be uploaded and reviewed, at a minimum, on a semi-annual basis.” IDOC d (U/FOUO) Deleting After any audit data has been uploaded or physically recorded, the SSO shall delete the existing audit data from the SDS/SKL TB , a (U) Electronic Key Destruction 100% accountability from generation until destruction, Custodians and users must document a positive and uninterrupted audit trail. a.3. “…any uploaded DTD Audit Trails will be maintained in desktop folders as supporting documentation” The desktop folder is within LCMS The TB also make a few references “It is important to note that DTD Audit Trails are not considered to be 100% reliable

73 Power Down Exit UAS: File – Exit. If you have made any changes and have not already saved the Database you will be prompted to save. You should never shutdown the SKL without first exiting the UAS program.

74 Logout Logout Wait for the green KOV-21 light to turn off KOV Light
As previously stated a COMSEC account should create a User login for your own use and not use SSO for daily business, unless that is the only place to perform that function such as setting Date and Time and Audit Functions. If you mess the SSO login it will re-initialize the SKL, while messing up a User login only locks their login, can change User password from SSO login.

75 Power Down Logout of the KOV 21 wait until green led goes out on top of SKL Press and hold power button until Power Off sequence starts, approximately 3 seconds.

76 Questions What is the order to Power Down?
Exit UAS, Logout, Power Button

77 Additional References
Addition References can be found a the CECOM web page Can use your CAC card to login Manuals and Software https://rdit.army.mil/commsc/menu.cfm

78 Additional References
And the National EKMS TIER 3 Help Desk Has Common Problem, FAQ, Software, etc And information for DTD, SKL, Common Fill Devices (CFD), etc Can uses your CAC card to login But you must have a login and password to download Manuals and Software https://ekmstier3support.spawar.navy.mil/

79 Warranty Information Warranty Service Contract
CSLA Item Manager: Kim Dorman Commercial: DSN:

80 Questions? (c) Cassandra LaBeause


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