Windows

FuseDocs should be able to run on any version of Windows which can install .NET 4.0 or later (Windows XP / Windows Server 2003 or later).


In addition to this, certain FuseDocs actions (the built in web brower, and connecting to third party online PM/DMS systems require Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013 or higher to be installed.


Most of the time this package is already installed on your machine, however if you receive an error when loading the built in FuseDocs browser or connecting to a third party application you may need to download and install this. The minimum version required can be download for this can be found on Microsoft's website here:  https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/download/details.aspx?id=40784

If this does not work, the following installer should be installed:  https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/download/details.aspx?id=5555


The system requirements for FuseDocs are:

Operating SystemWindows XP / Windows Server 2003 or later with .NET 4.0 or above installed.
CPUFuseDocs will run on any CPU capable of running Windows x86/x64, but a quad-core is recommended to ensure user experience is not impacted during a FuseDocs compilation.    
RAMFuseDocs may utilise up to 1GB of RAM under occasional heavy load.
However, the more typical usage is ~100-200 MB.
It is highly recommended that the server has enough RAM headroom so as to not cause swapping during compilations.
Recommended 4GB minimum.  Preferred 8GB.
DISK USAGE< 200MBs
NETWORK USAGE

FuseDocs can be configured to work in an "offline mode" which does not require any internet connectivity. The online version (with auto update details can be found here


Microsoft Office
FuseDocs requires a registered installation of Microsoft Office suite (2010 and above) 32 bit. FuseDocs does not support Office 64 bit.

This is utilised for automatic conversion of certain documents to preserve specific Office formatting,


Terminal Services and Citrix


FuseDocs (and SBSUpdater) works in terminal and citrix environments. We recommend setting up the SBSUpdater tool on these servers to ensure that the software is always up to date.