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Avaya Softconsole ver 1.5.4 starts to load then crashes on windows 10

Avaya Softconsole ver 1.5.4 starts to load then crashes on windows 10

Avaya Softconsole ver 1.5.4 starts to load then crashes on windows 10

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We recently upgraded our old win7 pcs to new ones running win10. Softconsole was working fine under win7. After the change to win10, soft console now closes before finishing loading. Have tried running different compatibilities modes with no change. More info can be provided if needed. Thank you for any assistance

RE: Avaya Softconsole ver 1.5.4 starts to load then crashes on windows 10

Does your Pentium processor have at least 400MHz clock speed?

Just put a XP machine there on some dedicated firewalled thing and run your telecom museum there :D

Requirements for IP Configurations
The Softconsole software requires an Avaya server running software: release 10
or Avaya MultiVantage software and an IBM-compatible computer that meets, or
exceeds, the following basic requirements:
■ Pentium®-based processor with a minimum of 400 Megahertz clock speed
NOTE:
A personal computer with higher processor speed, L2 cache, and
system bus speed will provide better performance.
■ 128 MB of RAM available to the Softconsole application
NOTE:
256 MB of RAM is recommended for the Road Warrior configuration.
■ 15” color monitor (17” or larger color monitor recommended)
■ CD-ROM drive
■ Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Server or Professional with Service Pack 2 or
later or Microsoft Windows XP Professional
■ Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later (to view the online help)
■ small fonts selected in the Control Panel
■ 800 x 600 screen resolution with 256 colors (1024 x 768 resolution with
65,535 colors is recommended)
■ A sound device that supports full-duplex operation. Go to
http://avaya.com/support for a list of supported sound devices.
■ A headset (for the voice over IP configuration - see Appendix B). Go to
http://avaya.com/support for a list of supported headsets.
■ A network interface card (NIC) for local area network (LAN) connectivity

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