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CS6501 65" Corporate Meeting Room Display

The CS6501 is an enterprise-grade 4K UHD display purposely built for highly engaging meetings, presentations, and video conferencing.

Application

Why can't a display be added into DMS Local?
Please update the device definition (JSON) under setting in DMS Local.
Why can't the unit be turned on using DMS Local?
1. Ensure that WOL (Wake-on-LAN) setting is supported by this model and enabled on the display.
2. Ensure that the display is connected to the network via the LAN (RJ-45) port. Wake-on-LAN does not work over a Wi-Fi connection.
How do I setup and configure Active Directory (AD) integration with IAM?
Please refer to this video for a step-by-step tutorial:
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How do I upgrade apps for EZWrite 5.0 and X-Sign?
Most BenQ apps can be upgraded online. Please refer to the demo video for the upgrade process of EZWrite 5.0 and X-Sign.
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Where can I find the log for X-Sign player 2.x in Windows?
Please follow the path below to find the log file:
(1) Go to C:\Users\User name\AppData\Local\BenQ\XSignPlayer
(2) Select \BenQ\
(3) Select \cache\
(4) Select \crash\
(5) Select \data\
(6) Select \log\
(7) Select "XSign.env"

Further Query

Why can't a display be added into DMS Local?
Please update the device definition (JSON) under setting in DMS Local.
Why can't the unit be turned on using DMS Local?
1. Ensure that WOL (Wake-on-LAN) setting is supported by this model and enabled on the display.
2. Ensure that the display is connected to the network via the LAN (RJ-45) port. Wake-on-LAN does not work over a Wi-Fi connection.
How do I setup and configure Active Directory (AD) integration with IAM?
Please refer to this video for a step-by-step tutorial:
Learn More
How do I upgrade apps for EZWrite 5.0 and X-Sign?
Most BenQ apps can be upgraded online. Please refer to the demo video for the upgrade process of EZWrite 5.0 and X-Sign.
Learn More
Where can I find the log for X-Sign player 2.x in Windows?
Please follow the path below to find the log file:
(1) Go to C:\Users\User name\AppData\Local\BenQ\XSignPlayer
(2) Select \BenQ\
(3) Select \cache\
(4) Select \crash\
(5) Select \data\
(6) Select \log\
(7) Select "XSign.env"