MyQ Terminal Manager provides an interface for the simple setup of MyQ terminals. It is installed as part of the installation of MyQ. You can open it from the Apps screen in Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 and from the Start menu in Windows 10.
Searching for a terminal
Under Network Ranges, set the network ranges where you want to search for printing devices, and then click Search. The available terminals are found and displayed on tabs with their manufacturer names. If the Search all local subnets option is selected, a broadcast command is executed on all network subnets where the MyQ server is connected. In case you want to search in other subnets, add their IP ranges in the text boxes below it.
In the Device Type drop-down select TerminalPro + Android, and then double-click the terminal that you want to set up.
Setting a configuration password
To protect terminals from unauthorized remote configuration, you can type a global configuration password in MyQ Terminal Manager. The password applies to all terminals connected to the network, but it is not active and needs to be separately activated on each device. To do so, go to the settings of the particular terminal, select the Set option under Common settings / Configuration password and save the settings. Then, you can set the actual password on the Search tab.
Once the password is activated on a terminal, the remote configuration of that terminal is possible only if the password that is currently typed in MyQ Terminal Manager matches the password that was typed there at the time the password was activated.