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I would like to share access to solar powered (battery) cameras, but the only way seems to be via the camera's UID. After I enable access to another person using the UID there seems to be no way to stop their access. Is this correct? If that is the case, is the only way to stop access by buying a new camera to replace the one that I no longer want to share?
@user_602187556462673_602187556462673 Depends on which model you have. Some Reolink models allow you to add additional users who can only view but are unable to change any settings. Settings can only be changed through the admin account. If you no longer want to these users to log on then delete the user account. In your case if you have shared the camera through the sharing feature then to stop sharing just change the credentials of the camera.
@joseph-chircop_497308027822318 I am currently trying it with an Argus 2E. If it's not supported with that model, which battery ones do support it?
The Argus 3 Pro allows only one user. I am not aware of any battery (or solar) powered cameras that provide for multiple users.Would love to hear that any battery powered camera does.p.s. Every RLC- camera that I have installed has provided for multiple user (and types of user).
@crimp-on_62210811129 Here's how to share them, but only by UID outside the LAN. https://reolink.com/blog/how-many-people-view-stream-camera-at-the-same-time/
@user_602187556462673_602187556462673 This article does explain the mechanics of using UID to view cameras, but requires each person to enter the user ID and pa*sword:This means that the admin account for battery cameras must be shared, and each person is able to change any parameters.The RLC cameras allow multiple accounts, where "ordinary users" can view, but not change camera settings.
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