AutoEDMS is typically installed on a shared fileserver drive, however, for slow networks, such as a WAN, AutoEDMS can be
installed on local hard drives and configured to share files and data from
a central fileserver. This option reduces network traffic and improves the performance of the
Supported Operating Systems
AutoEDMS is a 32-bit Windows application and runs under 32-bit versions of the Windows operating system, including Windows
Vista, XP and Windows 2000.
AutoEDMS requires a Pentium-III or better computer, with a minimum of 256Mbs of memory. Minimal workstation disk space
(less than 100 kbytes) is required since all program modules are stored on a shared fileserver.
AutoEDMS supports all classes of fileservers and storage devices, and no additional server memory is required for the
Pervasive SQL Database Engine or AutoEDMS. With the Pervasive SQL Engine, only one server process is added to the fileserver configuration. The fileservers can be any combination of Windows, NetWare and/or Linux.
AutoEDMS supports all manner of connectivity methods between AutoEDMS sites, as long as workstations have "file
service" access to the remote servers (attached as a network user).