X hits on this document

42 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

7 / 22

Hardware and Software System Requirements

Minimum/Recommended hardware for Workstations

  • 266 MHz Pentium-class processor (500 MHz or higher recommended).

  • 64 MB of RAM (256 MB or higher recommended).

  • 100 MB of free hard disk space. Workstations that are used for database maintenance procedures should have three times the size of the largest CDS database as free hard disk space on the drive.

  • Full access to the network server directory containing CDS program and data files.

  • Microsoft® Word 97, or a later version, is required to use Word as the default word processor in CDS. Earlier versions of Word can be used independently of CDS on the same computer.

  • Microsoft® Outlook 2000 or Lotus Notes R6, or a later version, is required to use the CDS Synchronization interfaces. Please note that the program does not support Microsoft® Outlook Express.

Minimum/Recommended hardware for the Server

  • 400 MHz Pentium-class processor (1 GHz or higher recommended)

  • 128 MB of RAM (512 MB or higher recommended)

  • 2 GB of free hard disk drive space for initial installation (4 GB recommended). In addition, plan to maintain additional free hard disk space of approximately four times the size of the CDSWIN directory, including all subdirectories, for program upgrades and database rebuilds. This additional space is still required on the C: drive even if the CDSWIN directory is maintained on a different drive.

  • Microsoft® Windows® 98, 2000, XP, Windows 2003 operating system

  • CDS runs across Microsoft compatible LANs (Local Area Networks) with the following protocols:

    • o

      IPX/SPX compatible protocol (with NetBIOS enabled over IPX/SPX)

      • o

        TCP/IP (must be selected during Server installation)

Note: Client Data System does not currently support Netware 6. For information on future compatibility, please contact E-Z Data Technical Support.

Client Data System® v4.3 - Installation Guide for Workstations Revised: 10-11-04 Page 3

Document info
Document views42
Page views42
Page last viewedFri Oct 28 14:43:31 UTC 2016
Pages22
Paragraphs409
Words5660

Comments