In order to be able to easily and quickly use your Legic card at the printers, a preliminary registration might be necessary. Proceed as follows:1. Swipe the Legic card across the card reader Hold the card briefly on the card reader until you hear a beeping sound. (Please do not leave the card to lay on the reader)
You'll be then prompted to register the card.
In case a dialog, different than the one depicted below, appears displaying your name in a box in the upper right corner, then your card has already been registered and you can skip the next steps.In the event that the card reader blinks red or rejects the card, then your card has already been linked to a different unauthorized account (the standard case with student accounts). In this case you should contact RBG (via e-mail at email@example.com) so the incorrect pairing of the accounts can be rendered invalid. 2. Enter your username: Currently, registering is only possible with „username“@in.tum.de or „username“@ma.tum.de. Other accounts aren't supported at present. 3. Enter your respective password. Your name should be displayed in the upper right area. You'll now be able to log in with your card.
In order for you to be able to log in, our system should know which card belongs to you. If it's not familiar with the card, you'll be prompted to carry out a one-off registration (see above).You can check whether you have a card registered on your name on ucentral. You can check whether you have a card registered on your name on ucentral. If that's not the case, you can register it on the printers.
The deregistration (e.g. in case the card has been linked to the wrong account) can be carried out only by the RBG, since no such function is implemented on the printers.Please write an e-mail to the RBG (firstname.lastname@example.org) in order to deregister your card by notifying us of the card's Legic-ID and the wrongly linked RBG username. In this example, the Legic-ID has been marked in red:
If the card reader simply blinks red upon laying the card on top of it without exhibiting any further behaviour, then the card has been registered on a different account, which isn't authorized to print. That's the standard case with all student accounts.Solution: Deregister the card at the RBG (see above) and/or inform your chair administrator/IT-Support so that a printing cost centre is allocated to your user account.
This usually occurs due to following event sequence: