ClearPass Certificate Checker

Version 8.5.0 October 2021

Murilo Aguiar avatar
Written by Murilo Aguiar
Updated over a week ago

We are excited to announce the release of the ClearPass Certificate Checker feature. This release will allow event planners to scan guests' ClearPass Certificates' QR Codes to verify their COVID-19 vaccination status and tests results.

In summary, this release will enable users to:

  • Scan guest's ClearPass Certificate's QR Code

  • Visualize guest's COVID-19 vaccination status

  • Approve or reject guest's ClearPass Certificate according to the event's policies

  • Store guest's ClearPass Certificates approval information for future reference

Scanning ClearPass Certificates' QR Codes

Once the checker is activated on the event, a 'COVID Certificate' icon will be displayed on the Guest Detail on the mobile app. Clicking on the icon will open up a scanner that can be used to scan the guests’ ClearPass Certificate QR code.

When the QR Code is scanned, a pop up will display the guest vaccination status available in the ClearPass system and your team member will have the option to 'Approve' or 'Reject' the certificate based on whether the information displayed matches the event's requirements or not.

Users will be able to visualize a timestamp of the approval or rejection containing the username of the team member that performed the action and the date and time when it happened. The approval/rejection information will also be stored in the Guest Profile under the 'Covid Certificate' tab.

If preferred, users can choose not to save and store guests' ClearPass Certificate integration via the Event Settings:

Please note: This feature enables the verification of the authenticity of ClearPass Certificates only. Learn more about how your guests can get the certificate and how it works on the ClearPass website.

zkipster users can already enforce COVID-19 requirements by using the ‘Consent Form’ feature. It allows event planners to collect signed consent from their guests acknowledging that they are aware of certain event policies, or confirming they have been tested negative for COVID-19, for instance. Learn more about Consent Forms here.

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