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Big Business Web Server Settings can be used:
to see if the Web Server is running
to specify the Secure Port
to set Run At Startup
to Start or Stop
This Solution describes the Web Server Settings. (6278)
The option to Delete a Secure Credit Card entry appears on the Edit window.
Secure Credit Cards uses a checksum (Luhn algorithm) to confirm that a valid card number is entered. If the checksum fails, because a digit is incorrect, missing, transposed, etc. an error reports, "Invalid Card Number". This Solution describes this feature. (6197)
Wikipedia: Luhn agorithm
Cannot Edit Credit Cards restricts an Employee's Access so they cannot view or change Secure Credit Card entries.
This Solution describes the Secure Credit Cards option to Show List, which lets you select from a list of a Customer's credit cards, without displaying sensitive data. Show List includes Cardholder, Last Four, Expiry, Description, and Last Used. (6170)
Big Business includes the option to store Credit Cards, using strong encryption. This Solution describes Secure Credit Cards and its data entry features. (6131)
Big Business includes Secure Passwords, the option to use strong encryption for passwords. This improves system security by ensuring passwords are never stored or sent or displayed as clear text. With this setting enabled, a lost password must be replaced as there is not a way to recover it. (6097)