Access control system maintenance involves regular checks and upkeep to ensure that the system operates efficiently and effectively. This typically includes tasks such as inspecting hardware components like card readers, locks, and control panels for any signs of wear or damage, testing software functionality to ensure proper operation, updating firmware and software as needed to address security vulnerabilities or add new features, and conducting routine maintenance tasks such as cleaning and lubricating mechanical components. Additionally, maintenance may involve reviewing access logs and security policies to identify any issues or areas for improvement. Regular maintenance helps ensure that the access control system remains reliable, secure, and up-to-date with evolving security requirements.

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