- Is the terminal / pinpad a correct model for use with Vault?
- Has the Terminal been assigned an IP address by the Customer’s IT support?
- Has VLink software been uninstalled from the Terminal (if appropriate ie they’ve been using VLink)
- Has the user’s Infusion software been upgraded to at least 8.428
- Has the Verifone DLL (Verifone.Vault.DotNetAPI.dll) been copied to the Infusion folder?? This does not need to be registered. A copy can be found at:"Y:\New Zealand\Infusion Documentation\Manuals - Support\Integrated EFTPOS\Verifone\Vault\Verifone.Vault.DotNetAPI.dll"
- Also need IBSAPP.exe.config copied to Infusion folder if the setup is across a network drive (in the same folder as above)
Note: The file wwDotNetBridge.dll is required. This is part of the standard install of v8.428+. It is installed to the Infusion folder.
Once setup log in to Infusion as the POS user and set the POS defaults for Vault. This is done under the EFTPOS tab
For the “Use EFTPOS Integration” option to be active a printer type needs to be set under the Receipt Printer tab.
Once setup, log out of Infusion. The first time you log back in as a POS user the following Vault software prompts will appear
Selecting Yes will then present
Enter the IP address of the terminal and select Done.
If a message appears saying a connection to the terminal failed, refer this back to Verifone or whoever is supporting their EFTPOS hardware. Note - Check beforehand that there is no Windows Firewall message sitting behind the Vault screen.
See the Receipt Printer Setup document if there is an issue with the Font size of the Vault part of the printing. This should be sorted by company supporting the Vault software.