Workstation Hardware
  • Pentium processor: 266 MHz or faster
  • Memory: Minimum 64 Mb RAM; recommended 64 Mb to 128 Mb.
    Note: Windows NT, 2000, and XP demand 64 Mb or higher just for the operating system.
  • Hard drive requirements: 30 Mb free
  • Network Interface Card
  • Internet access for LSAC support via PC Anywhere


  Network Servers
  • (Network server configuration depends on the number of users and configuration of the data files. The recommendation featured here is suggested for Admit-M as the sole application on the server with up to 10 simultaneous users of the application.)
  • If you are running only Admit-M on the file server, a 266 MHz or faster machine is recommended.

    If you are running other applications in addition to Admit-M on the file server, a Pentium III 450 MHz class or higher is recommended.

    A dedicated server with 100 Mb.p.s. Ethernet access is prefered for optimum performance.
  • Minimum memory 128 Mb RAM; 256 Mb or more recommended.
  • Hard disk requirements: 5 Mb for Admit-M programs plus additional space for data and reports. Each applicant will take 10,000 bytes and each prospect 2,000. Each report will require 50-100 KB (approximately 50-100 Mb for typical midsize system including archived data). The more free hard space that is on the file server the better the performance of the Admit-M database.
  • Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 or Novell Netware 3.12 or later (with appropriate Y2K patches).

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