Guest Pass Printout Tokens

The following table lists the tokens that are used in the guest pass printout. Make sure that they are not accidentally deleted when you customize the guest pass printout.

Table 1. Tokens that you can use in the guest pass printout
Token Description
{GP_GUEST_NAME} Guest pass user name.
{GP_GUEST_KEY} Guest pass key.
{GP_IF_EFFECTIVE_FROM_CREATION_TIME} If you set the validity period of guest passes to Effective from the creation time (in the Guest Pass Generation section), this token shows when the guest pass was created and when it will expire.
{GP_ELSEIF_EFFECTIVE_FROM_FIRST_USE} If you set the validity period of guest passes to Effective from first use (in the Guest Pass Generation section), this token shows the number of days during which the guest pass will be valid after activation. It also shows the date and time when the guest pass will expire if not activated.
{GP_ENDIF_EFFECTIVE} This token is used in conjunction with either the {GP_ELSEIF_EFFECTIVE_FROM_FIRST_USE} or {GP_ENDIF_EFFECTIVE} token.
{GP_VALID_DAYS} Number of days for which the guest pass is valid.
{GP_VALID_TIME} Date and time when the guest pass expires.
{GP_GUEST_WLAN} Name of WLAN that the guest user can access.