TABLE OF CONTENTS
Downloads and Installation
Click here for your scanner driver
Click here for the latest version of VeriScan Desktop
Extract Authentication.zip by right clicking it and selecting Extract All...
Once extracted you should see a folder with DocumentEngine_V3.X.X.X_Installer.zip and DocumentLibrary_V3.X.X.X.exe.
First open the Document Engine folder and run setup.exe.
Then go back to the authentication folder and run DocumentLibrary_V3.X.X.X.exe.
Next install the scanner driver for your scanner.
The installation should be straight forward and requires no extra options to be configured.
Finally run SetupVeriScan.exe to install the VeriScan Plus software.
Like with the scanner driver, no extra options need to be enabled in the installer.
Do not check any boxes or change the configuration unless instructed to by a support agent.
Once everything is installed, reboot your machine.
Open up the desktop software and you will be prompted to register.
Provide support with your Computer ID as it appears on the screen and they will issue your license.
You can either send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or press the Register Now button in VeriScan.
In either case, please provide the Computer ID as well as your Order / Invoice Number.
Copy/paste it into the License Key field and click the "Register" button.
If you would like an in-depth tutorial on setting up VeriScan for the first time, click here.
Once VeriScan is activated, it's now time to activate the authentication license.
Navigate to Setup > Validation Settings > check Validation Engine > Close
To activate the scanner, click on Setup > Page Reader Settings
Verify your settings match the example below:
VeriScan Online Configuration
(Optional - only for VeriScan Online subscribers)
To connect your VeriScan Online account, click on the Setup tab > Set Data Sources
Now you can create Locations with your portal and assign each device/scanner to its appropriate Location.
Enter your Device login information as seen on your account under Settings > Devices