The MRC program requires the TCP Protocol.
MRC Application (Installed on the Local Machine):
Version 7 of the MRC program is officially supported on all Microsoft Windows Operating Systems beginning with Windows 2000. The local machine, where the MRC application is installed, must be running one of the following Microsoft Windows Operating Systems: Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003/2003 R2, Vista, Server 2008/2008 R2, Windows 7. All service pack levels for these Operating Systems are supported. Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of these Operating Systems are supported.
***It is possible that older Operating Systems will still be able to run the MRC application, however DameWare Development cannot guarantee it can be done without issues
MRC Client Agent Service (Installed on the Remote Machine):
Version 7 of the MRC client agent service can be installed and run on machines running all Microsoft Windows Operating Systems beginning with and including Windows 95, 98, ME, NT 4.0, XP, Server 2003/2003 R2, Vista, Server 2008/2008 R2, and Windows 7. All service pack levels are supported with these Operating Systems except where noted in parentheses. Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of these Operating Systems are supported. For 64-bit remote machines, the new 64-bit MRC Client Agent Service can be used.
***Note: To connect to a Windows 95 machine it must
have Winsock2 as well as upgraded Comctl32.dll (to version 4.70)
and the upgraded Unicode layer. The following downloads are
available from Microsoft:
Com32upd.exe for Windows 95 (Upgrades Comctl32.dll to version 4.70):
Windows Sockets 2.0 (Winsock2) for Windows 95:
Platform Software Development Kit Redistributable: Microsoft Layer for Unicode on Windows 95, 98, and Me Systems, 1.1.3790.0:
***The MRC Mirror Driver is supported on Windows 2000 or higher.
The video card of the remote machine must support the following raster capabilities:
Transferring bitmaps (RC_BITBLT)
Supporting the Windows APIs, SetDIBits and GetDIBits functions (RC_DI_BITMAP)
Support only one color plane.
***For the System Requirements to use SmartCard Authentication, see the "Authentication Types and Methods" Help Topic.