Desktop Client System Requirements
The desktop client is compatible with the following operating systems:
|Windows Vista||Mavericks v.10.9 (64-bit only)*|
|Windows 7||Yosemite v.10.10 (64-bit only)*|
|Windows 8||El Capitan v.10.11 (64-bit only)*|
|Windows 8.1 (including Surface Pro)||Sierra v.10.12 (64-bit only)*|
|Windows 2008 Server|
|Windows 2012 Server|
|Windows 2012 Server R2|
|Windows Server 2016|
* Only 64-bit OSX machines are supported.
Minimum system requirements are as follows:
|Hard disk:||35 mb for installation|
|CPU:||1 Ghz single-core or better|
Web Browser Requirements
The browsers listed below have been explicitly tested for support. Other browsers with HTML 5 support MAY work but are not supported with this application.
Internet Explorer 8+
Safari for 6 & 7 OS X, version 5.2.7 for Windows
Note: If you are using an older browser that does not fully incorporate HTML 5 (such as IE 8/9), we recommend you have Flash installed.
Apple iOS 8+
Windows Phone 8+
Microsoft Outlook Add-In Requirements
The Outlook add-in can be installed in Microsoft Outlook versions 2010+ (Windows 32-bit and Windows 64-bit environments) with .NET 4.7.1 version or higher. Microsoft Outlook for Mac does not support third-party add-ins.
Note: This feature is not supported for Microsoft Outlook installed on Mac operating systems. Microsoft Outlook installed on Mac operating systems does not allow for the installation of add-ins.
Server Requirements for Private Cloud Partners
Note: To avoid potential conflicts with Apache, please make sure IIS is not installed.
The system requirements for the server are as follows:
|Hard Disk||350 mb for installation||
1 TB+ direct-attached hard disk
6 gb/s transfer speed
32 mb cache
7200+ RPM or SSD
|Ram||2 gb||6 gb|
|CPU||2 Ghz single core||3 Ghz quad-core|
Windows 2008 Server R2
Windows 2012 Server
Windows 2012 Server R2
Windows Server 2016
Note: If using 2012R2 or higher for Anchor Server, please note that deduplication is not recommended for any location housing Anchor data (install, root store, file store, or PostGreSQL). Deduplication can have a severe impact on the applications' performance and may result in unintended outcomes.
Last Updated: December 2016