Category: Maintaining Your System

Event producers prepare for NCAA and NFL seasons

Memorable game days require more than just a great video display.  For upcoming NCAA and NFL seasons, event producers will play a pivotal role in generating amazing experiences for fans during the game, however, concepts for big game moments began several months ago.  Event producers coordinate and plan many aspects that build up to the first game of ...

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Protecting Your Control Room Against Ransomware

Recent WannaCrypt ransomware attacks may leave your control system vulnerable if you have older generations of equipment. What is WannaCrypt? WannaCrypt is a ransomware that locks the infected computer's files and demands ransom to release them. It targets older versions of Windows that are in "custom support only" for Microsoft. Which systems are affected? The ...

Announcing the Launch of New Support Web Pages

We are pleased to announce the launch of new support web pages at Daktronics.com/Support. The updated site includes changes to navigation, streamlined menu options, a mobile friendly experience and more. When you visit the support homepage, you will now have the ability to search for resources on a specific product. If you are unsure what ...

2017 Spring season preparation – display checks

Spring is coming! It is time to dust off the winter and get ready for some warm weather sports. Our service team at Daktronics would like to share recommendations to help you assess the condition of your displays. These recommendations will help you identify potential concerns so they may be reported right away. If you ...

Rebooting 101- soft vs hard resets on DMP’s

There are several supporting resources available when it comes to powering on and off your control system. The various system specific procedures for a hard reboot of your Daktronics Control System are listed here: What are the proper rack startup and shutdown procedures? Daktronics recommends powering up and testing all display equipment approximately four hours before an ...