YAPI Workstation System Requirements

For YAPI to function properly across your practice, each computer workstation must meet the minimum operating system, hardware, and firewall setting requirements listed below: 

Supported Operating Systems
Windows 8.1 Home, Professional, Enterprise
Windows 10 Home, Professional, Enterprise
Windows 11* Home, Professional, Enterprise
Windows Server 2012 Standard, Enterprise, Datacenter
Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard, Enterprise, Datacenter
Windows Server 2016 Standard, Enterprise, Datacenter
Windows Server 2019 Standard, Enterprise, Datacenter
Note: YAPI is not supported on Windows 11 in S Mode.
Hardware Requirements
Hardware Minimum Recommended
CPU Dual-Core Processor Quad-Core Processor
RAM 4 GB 8 GB
Disk Space 300 MB 500 MB

The following ports must be opened on each workstation so that YAPI can communicate effectively with the server computer:

Firewall Exceptions
TCP Inbound Ports 80, 443, 587, 18000-18009, 18800, 18802
TCP Outbound Ports 80, 443, 587, 18000-18009, 18800, 18802
UDP Inbound Ports 18002, 19000, 19001
UDP Outbound Ports 18002, 19000, 19001

For more detailed information regarding which ports we require and their use cases, see YAPI Incoming/Outgoing Firewall Port Requirements.

 

Additional Notes
  • For the security of your patients' information, workstations cannot connect to the YAPI Service on your server (that runs your overall YAPI program) when set to run on a Public internet connection.  Each workstation computer must be configured to be part of a Private, Work, or Domain network. 

  • Environmental conditions such as Anti-virus, Active Directory Group Policies, DNS Service, and/or Email Services can impact the performance and specifications required.

  • For team members who need to heavily multitask, we recommend increasing the specs for their workstation computers, especially when it comes to RAM. 

Note: For system requirements regarding YAPI Service on the Server, please visit the article YAPI Service System Requirements.

 

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