Final Downloadable Version/Chargeable Support Notice
If you are a registered user of Keyscan Management System V software, please be advised that System VII replaced System V software in 2007. Please also be advised that complimentary telephone dealer technical support services for System V becomes chargeable on January 1, 2011. This includes technical support for relocating, reinstalling and re-registering System V on a new computer.
For registered users of Keyscan Management System V with version 5.2.0.x or later that wish to download System V's last and final version 5.10.0 free of charge, select one of the download links below. If you are unsure of your present version, it can be found by selecting About in the Help menu from within the Keyscan Client module.
Why You Should Upgrade to System VII
Keyscan strongly encourages you to upgrade to System VII and take advantage of Keyscan's ongoing development activities. Benefit from the latest in user interface refinements and a continued drive to build power and simplicity into one incredible software platform. System VII now running on SQL Express provides immediate upgrade octane, increasing your database size from 2GB to a massive 4GB allowing you to store more transactions and events than ever!
In addition, System VII versus System V offers greater OS compatibility with support for Vista Business, Windows 7 - Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate versions and Server 2008 (32-bit or 64-bit versions). These later Windows operating systems offer enhanced technology and features and are not supported on System V. System VII also comes equipped with a database conversion utility that simplifies converting System V to System VII. To see the many advantages of upgrading from System V to System VII, click here to open a PDF comparison table.
Customers currently running or upgrading to System VII will continue to benefit from complimentary telephone dealer technical support and software updates for the standard product warranty period.
To investigate your upgrade to System VII, please consult with your Keyscan dealer/integrator, contact Keyscan sales, or email Keyscan at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
System VII is the next generation in access control management software with even more features and enhancements to give you the latest in functionality and control. So why not upgrade to System VII today.
Please note that if you are updating to the latest System VII version and your access control system is interfaced with DVRs, you may require updated drivers from Keyscan. Please contact Keyscan technical support. Telephone numbers are listed at the bottom of the page.
If you are operating with version 5.1.x, System 3, or a System V Chinese language interface do not update. Call Keyscan. The telephone numbers are listed below.
Download System V
Click on the link below to download the latest System V software version. Keyscan recommends the Save option when downloading. If you have a multiple PC configuration, you must update each PC that has a Client or Communication Manager so you are running the same version on all PCs.
Please note version 5.10.0 is the last update for System V. Keyscan has introduced System VII, which is the evolutionary successor to System V, to give you even more access control features and benefits. Contact Keyscan sales or your dealer/integrator for more information about all the tremendous advantages of upgrading to System VII.
The version update may take some time to download depending on your type of Internet connection, bandwidth restrictions, and the volume of web site traffic. You may wish to download after business hours. Keyscan will also mail the latest version on a CD.
Disaster Recovery Utility
The Keyscan Disaster Recovery Utility is available on the Keyscan System V software CD.
For technical assistance, call Keyscan at the following numbers from 9:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M., Eastern Time, Monday to Friday:
Toll Free Canada/USA: 1.888.539.7226
Please remember that all technical support for System V is chargeable beginning on January 1, 2011.