With Password Access, users are required to install the KLIK app, then enter the password shown on the Standby Screen before being allowed to connect with KLIK.
Windows and Mac users can download the KLIK app from the KLIK website. Android, iOS and Chrome OS users can get the app from their respective app stores. Download and install the app following the instructions show; PC users will be prompted to reboot.
Once installed, launching the app will start the Connection Manager. This interface allows the user to select the KLIK they wish to connect with, then enter the password shown on the Standby Screen. Successful authentication dismisses the Connection Manager and starts the KLIK streaming player.
Windows, Mac, Android and Chrome OS users can start a streaming session by clicking the PLAY button in the player to start and the STOP button to end. PC users also have access to a PAUSE control that freezes the display screen’s content; a handy feature for presenters to find content on their device without showing it to the audience.
Due to restrictions imposed by their developers, iOS devices can share images, certain document formats and selected web pages, but do not support full screen mirroring or video while using the KLIK app.
When using the Password Access method, up to 64 users can be connected to the KLIK at the same time. The first device to start a streaming session will retain its hold on the KLIK until the user presses the STOP button on their player. Then, the next user can start streaming by pressing PLAY.
The Password Access method is best for applications where multiple KLIK units are accessible to users on the same network. By requiring the user to enter a password, the system prevents accidental connection to a KLIK other than the one in the same room as the user.