Frequently asked questions
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With IDERI note you can address all of your MS Active Directory Users, Computers and Groups. Since version 3 it is possible to send messages to computer objects. The messages will then be displayed to the currently logged on user.
The IDERI note Administrator is localized for the following languages:
The IDERI note Client supports the following languages:
Yes, as long as the domains have trust relationsships configured with each other.
Yes. IDERI note is fully usable in a terminal server environment. An instance of an IDERI note Client is started for every user so that single users working on the terminal server can still be addressed.
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While IDERI note is primarily targeted towards enterprise environments that use Active Directory®, it can also be successfully implemented in a workgroup environment. All that is necessary is that you carefully synchronize user names and password of users on client workstations and the computer that is running the IDERI note server. After all, this is the primary functionality and the advantage that a domain in AD has over a workgroup.
In a workgroup environment user names and passwords have to be kept in synch manually. The users also have to be valid users on the computer where the IDERI note service is running. If this requirement can be fulfilled, IDERI note will operate in the exact same way in a workgroup environment as in an AD domain environment.
See also chapter "Using IDERI note in a workgroup environment" in the IDERI note manual.
Yes. But this should only be done for evaluation reasons, as a client/workstation OS like Windows® Vista, Windows® 7, Windows® 8.1 or Windows® 10 has a limitation of concurrent network connections.
For production environments the IDERI note Service should therefore be installed on a server OS.
Run the inote.exe with the parameter "-x" oder "-e=<target path>" (without quotes), or unzip them with an application like 7zip.
In standard configuration, the IDERI note server uses the standard ports for MS RPC (remote procedure calls), ports 139 and 445 (file and print sharing, remote registry access, WMI, remote service access, etc...), for communication from clients and administrative components to the IDERI note server. Both these two network interfaces of the IDERI note server can be customized in order to run over custom ports of your choice.
See also chapter "Networking prerequisites" in the IDERI note manual.
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