Image-Master System Requirements

Operating System: Image-Master™ runs on Microsoft Windows operating systems from Windows 95 through Windows 8 (32bit or 64bit).

CPU: Any supported by the underlying operating system. Recent generation Pentium, Xenon, Sempron, Turion, and Opteron processors are recommended for scanning stations.

Memory: The baseline memory requirements of the operating system are all that is required to run Image-Master™. Additional memory above the minimum (at least 1 gigabyte) is highly recommended for scanning stations.

Video: Any video subsystem supported by Windows works well with Image-Master™. No special drivers are required. If available, Image-Master™ can take advantage of multiple screen configurations, which are especially well suited for the bulk scanning and post-indexing features of the software.

Hard Disk: Image-Master™ requires 25 megabytes of storage at each workstation for the locally installed client. On the file server, Image-Master™ requires 60 megabytes for the initial software load plus 35 kilobytes for each scanned page. Documents can be either co-located with the database or stored on a separate imaging server.

Mouse: Not required, but is supported and highly recommended. Image-Master™ is fully keyboard controllable for the utmost in performance.

Supported Scanners: Image-Master™ can scan documents from most TWAIN and all Kofax connected devices, including USB, SCSI, KF series, and Adrenaline interfaces. See the Approved Scanner List for a list of tested scanners.

Monitor: A 17" CRT or 15" LCD (or larger) monitor is recommended for optimal use of Image-Master™. Scanning stations should be configured with this size or larger. Viewing-only and occasional use workstations can be configured with any monitor that is supported by the operating system.

Remote Access: Image-Master™ can be operated remotely through Citrix or Terminal Server to provide secure, authenticated, and managed access to documents from remote locations and across the internet.


Related Topics

Image-Master Introduction

Installation Prerequisites (basic summary)