|The AppClarity service, Console installer, ClickOne installer, Software Reclaimer will install on systems running these server OS.|
If you install AppClarity on Windows Server 2012 R2, Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration must be disabled. If it isn't, the ClickOnce console may fail to download or install successfully. You can disable this feature through Server manager > Local Server. Microsoft has further details on configuring ClickOnce. The IPv4 protocol must be enabled on your network for the ClickOnce installation to work.
|The Console installer, Software Reclaimer will install on systems running these client OS.|
You must one of these database servers installed:
|AppClarity connects to Configuration Manager and other data sources using ActiveEfficiency 1.9.600 or later. Your Configuration Manager systems must be configured to gather:|
You must have one of these Web servers installed.
If the installer fails the .NET 4.5 or MSMQ checks during an upgrade, you may be allowed to continue but the AppClarity service feature will be deselected. If you continue with the installation, any existing AppClarity service will be uninstalled.
If Internet Explorer is not the default browser, you need to ensure that .xps files are associated with it. We recommend Internet Explorer is installed and associated with .xps files even if it is not the default browser. If this is not possible, install the XPS Essentials Pack or see the Wikipedia article for a list of alternative software for viewing these files.
|You must have the following installed as AppClarity depends them:|