Many features and modules are optionally enabled and configured. The 1E Client can also be extended to support additional features and client modules.
1E Client does not include modules for 1E NightWatchman Agent, which is available as a separate agent. However, NightWatchman Management Center optionally integrates with Tachyon to provide online status of its clients.
On Windows devices, the 1E Client is installed as a Windows service, with a small footprint, with some client modules having their own service if enabled. On non-Windows devices, the 1E Client is installed as a background daemon, also referred to as a service on macOS.
1E Client versions
The picture below shows the evolution of the 1E Client from a combination of other 1E Agents.
On non-Windows devices, 1E Client provides only Tachyon client features.
The 1E Client Deployment Assistant (CDA) can be used with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager to deploy 1E Client to Windows computers, and also 1E NightWatchman Agent.
1E Client may be deployed independently using alternative software distribution methods.
For further detail, please refer to:
Additional information on Supported Platforms can be found on the Supported Platforms page.
Constraints of Legacy OS
In this documentation, the following are referred to as legacy OS. Below are described some known issues for these OS.
1E does not provide support for 1E products on the following OS unless the OS is explicitly listed as being supported for a specific 1E product or product feature. This is because Microsoft has ended mainstream support for these OS or they are not significantly used by business organizations.
Please contact 1E if you require support for these legacy OS. If you experience an issue on these OS, then please try replicating the issue on a supported OS.
For Microsoft product lifecycle details, please refer to https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/lifecycle/search.