System Requirements for Windows

The following table summarizes
DX NetOps Spectrum
support for Microsoft Windows operating systems:
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Windows System Requirements
The following table summarizes
DX NetOps Spectrum
support for Microsoft Windows operating systems.
System Requirement/
DX NetOps Spectrum
Component
OneClick Client
OneClick Server
SpectroSERVER
Operating System
Windows 8.1
Windows 10 Pro (64-bit)
Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2019
Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2019
Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2019
Memory (RAM)
Dependent on the configuration and number of managed devices
8 GB (Minimum 4 GB)
8 GB
16 GB (Minimum 8 GB)
Processor
Dependent on the configuration and number of managed devices.
Dual-core processor
Quad-core processor (Minimum Single Core)
Disk Space
Dependent on the configuration and number of managed devices
Dependent on the configuration and number of managed devices
50 GB
100 GB (Minimum 50 GB)
Java Components
AdoptOpenJDK JRE (8u242)
Java 8 with x64 JRE is mandatory
AdoptOpenJDK JRE (8u242)
AdoptOpenJDK JRE (8u242)
Video System
A video card that supports 32-bit color at 1024x768 pixel resolution and a 20" monitor or larger.
Same
Same
PDF Document Viewer
Acrobat Reader X or later
Same
Same
  1. DX NetOps Spectrum
    10.4.2 or later versions have not been validated on Windows Server 2012. However, Broadcom will support any
    DX NetOps Spectrum
    product issues, if found. We reserve the right to have you upgrade to Windows Server 2016 (or later) if deemed necessary.
  2. 10.3 (or later) Report Manager uses CABI r6.4.x as the report delivery engine.
  3. For information about the platforms that CA Business Intelligence JasperReports® Server - 6.4.x supports, see System Requirements.
  4. For more information on memory requirements for OneClick web server, see Configure OneClick Web Server Memory Settings.
  5. Microsoft EDGE is supported from
    DX NetOps Spectrum
    10.4.2.2 release.
SpectroSERVER Server Minimum Requirements for Virtual Machine
You can allocate dedicated memory (RAM) to your Virtual Machine by enabling the
Reserve all guest memory (All locked)
option. By allocating dedicated memory, you ensure that your VM's memory is not shared with other VMs on the same ESX.
For more information on other VMware configuration, see Virtualization.