Well, that didn’t work either. Ultimately, I had to uninstall the app, manually clear all the codes at each lock, and then reinstalled the app, but it does seem to be working correctly now. I can enable and disable the Temporary Access code, and it only takes a minute or so to update the locks. But it is a good note to only set the number of users to the total number of user codes you plan to use.
I’ve been playing around with @garyd9 custom user device type that he updated yesterday with your device type code. It works beautifully with your Lock Code Manager app, and allows for even more control of the device! It allows me to toggle between the four different alarm modes (off, entry alert, tamper, and forced entry), adjust the sensitivity of the alarm for each mode, toggle the 30-second auto-lock feature on and off, and toggle the lock & leave feature on and off. I would HIGHLY recommend this version of the device type for anyone using a Schlage BE468 or BE469 touchscreen deadbolt. My poor, old FE599 handle doesn’t have a built-in alarm, so I simply left it with your customized device type instead.
Now all we need is to find out if there is a way to have the lock alarms trigger the Fortrezz Siren Strobe alarm (or possibly the other way around, or, even better, both!), and I feel like the Smart Alarm app from @geko would be the perfect place to have this implemented. @tslagle13 helped Rboy to track down the “alarm event” in his code, and hopefully he wouldn’t mind helping out again. I’ll toss this over to them, and cross my fingers that this is something that can be included in a future release of Smart Alarm!