Workstation Configuration Overview

PDX Workstation Config

Workstation Configuration Overview

The Workstation Configuration window lets you configure various settings for an individual workstation, edit printer, scanner, and signature capture device settings, and modify alternate site settings.

Each workstation must meet the following requirements.

  • Administrator Access - system administrators must have a Windows login

  • Internet Access - each workstation must have Internet access to pull updates down from the Rx.com Enterprise Command Center (ECC).

From the Workstation Configuration window, you can access the following windows.

  • Workflow On this window, you can define which Workflow tasks the system displays at the workstation. Also, you can change the user authentication method for the workstation and define the parameters that identify the workstation. For more information, see Workstation Configuration Workflow Window.

  • Printers
    On this window, you can view and modify the settings for the various printers in your store. For example, you can change the paper tray from upper to lower. For more information, see Workstation Configuration Printers Window.

  • Scanners
    On this window, you can view and modify the settings for the scanners connected to each workstation in your store. For example, you can set a scanner to scan in color. For more information, see Workstation Configuration Scanners Window.

  • Signature Capture
    On this window, you can view and modify the settings for the signature capture device attached to the workstation. For more information, see Workstation Configuration Signature Capture Window.

  • Alternate Site
    On this window you can define the settings that determines whether the workstation can process alternate site tasks. For more information, see Workstation Configuration Alternate Site Window.

  • Authentication
    On this window, you can change the authentication method for the workstation to either the biometric device or user name and password. For more information, see Workstation Configuration Authentication window.