The following support post is in regards to schools that have the user PIN enabled for card swipe logins. It is an extra layer of security where after a card swipe to login occurs, a 6 digit PIN is required to proceed.
The PIN can be created after swiping a card for login for the first time. The user will see the following prompt to enter a 6 digit PIN that adheres to the requirements on the right:
If the PIN does not meet the requirements, it will indicate which requirement was not met by highlighting in red:
On the next card swipe login attempt, the PIN request will appear if the PIN has been created. The prompt will look like the following screenshot below:
Enter the PIN followed by ‘Next’ in the lower right corner to login. Successful prompt will appear like the below screenshot:
If the PIN is forgotten, it can be removed at the Wepa website. Log into the Wepa account with the PIN and select Account Tools where the ‘Remove Card PIN’ will be located. Select ‘Remove PIN’ to remove the PIN. The PIN can be re-created like normal:
Want to re-print documents that you recently printed at the print station and avoid recovering at the wēpa website? Wēpa has released a NEW feature at the print station that will allow you to recover print jobs that have been printed and uploaded in the past 6 days:
Access documents on cloud storage or learning management system (LMS) applications directly at a wēpa print station. Cloud storage applications currently available are box, Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, and Office 365. Learning Management Systems are available depending on the school and include Canvas, D2L, Moodle, Blackboard Learn, or Sakai.
Some schools have integrated campus cards to automatically log into students official school wēpa accounts. The following posts provides information if swiping a campus card at a print station results in an error window:
A Print Station Map / Locator is available on a print station, the website, Android Mobile App, or iOS Mobile App. The following posts shows how to use the print station map / locator on the the following platforms: