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WS5 RES Compatibility

WS5 RES Compatibility

WS5 RES Compatibility

(OP)
Did just 5s...as opposed to 5As...stop being supported at some point? If so...what version??

Thanks,

RE: WS5 RES Compatibility

According to the release notes still both supported in 5.7 although i think i saw a disclaimer earlier that both the 4's and 5's could have memory issues.

"Supported Microsoft Windows Embedded Devices

RES supports the following Microsoft Windows CE devices. You must install Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 2.0 or higher.
•Oracle MICROS Workstation 4LX
•Oracle MICROS Workstation 5
•Oracle MICROS Workstation 5A (uses Microsoft Windows Embedded POSReady 7)
•Oracle MICROS Workstation 5A (uses Microsoft Windows Embedded CE 6.0)
•Oracle MICROS Tablet R-Series & MICROS R-Series Base Station (uses Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7)
•Make sure to set Tablet R-Series as an mTablet Workstation Type in the POS Configurator.
•If you update to Platform 1.5 or later, see Oracle MICROS Tablet R-Series Platform 1.5 for additional instructions."


RE: WS5 RES Compatibility

(OP)
^^ Wow; really? 4LX?? surprise

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