CCBoot server can run on XP, Windows 2003, Windows 7, Windows 2008 server, Windows SBS 2008 (Windows Small Business Server 2008) and Windows 2012 server. It even can run on Linux (not fully tested).
1. We recommend installing Windows 2008 Server R2 Enterprise Edition 64bit with the latest service packs.
2. The second choice is Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition 32bit.
3. The third choice is Windows 7 Ultimate Edition 64bit.
Notes: If you are using Windows 7 32 bit or Windows 2008 32 bit as CCBoot server OS, then you need to run "cmd -> bcdedit /set PAE ForceEnable" with administrator permission to enable large memory access. If it is Windows 7 64 bit or Windows 2008 64 bit OS, then you do not need to run this command.
If you are using Windows server 2012, please do the following settings and reboot the server machine.
Run gpedit.msc -> Computer Configuration -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Local Policies -> User Rights Assignment -> Lock pages in memory -> Add User or Group: Add "everyone".
CCBoot server can run on Windows server 2012. When the installation is complete, please restart the server, and then the RAM option will be displayed. Moreover, CCBoot server can run on Linux but without fully tested. If you want to run CCBoot server on Linux, we recommend using Ubuntu or Centos with desktop mode, and also need install WINE in Linux. WINE is build-in Ubuntu. For Ubuntu, you should install and run WINE with root account. If you are using Centos, you have to install WINE from other rpm.