KRM1W

Many people have Key Control Systems and key cabinets or lock boxes to enhance their security but have otherwise failed to establish a key management system. The Locksoft KRM1W does that for you. This Windows version of the Key Records Manager program is designed to track information for a single key system. Records may be entered via the keyboard or by import of an ASCII file. The ASCII file structure is described in the program documentation and can be created using a word processor or you may import the output of our master key system generation software.

It is a full featured program which matches and exceeds the capabilities of any paper based system you may have now and exceeds the requirements of ANSI A156.5 Section 17 for key control systems.

If you don’t have a key control policy or procedure now, we suggest that you use our KCD product to print and implement one in conjunction with the KRM1W program.  Do you have more than one key system to manage?  See our KRMW professional.  It has the added feature of tracking multiple keying systems.

Major features of the program are illustrated below:

KRMW

A working demo is available by clicking here.  The working demo is a true working version of the program that can be upgraded to fully functional online when you purchase.  It can’t save or print and can only be run three times, but you can experiment as much as you want each of those three run times and the included help file also serves as a user manual.

The purchased program comes with two authorizations which can be used on different machines if you desire.

When you download this demo it will have an extension name of ‘.ex_’ which you will have to rename ‘.exe’ before you can double click on it to install the Demo.  Copy the  KRM1WDemo.exe program to a directory of its own and execute it to install. Press ‘enter’ for the password until you set one.

System Requirements
IBM or 100% True ompatible
Windows XP or Higher*
Internet Connection to Authorize
Hard Drive

*To install on a 64 bit machine you must remove the (x86) from the installation path.  Installation on a 16 or 32 bit machine does not require modification.