VUDOX Software Details

Requirements

VUDOX® is an advanced document sharing website for individuals and businesses. It has many settings that allow the site to operate. Many of these features require advanced security settings in order to display and operate properly.
Browser Type: Microsoft® Internet Explorer 7x or / higher  recommended. 
Browser Settings:
Enable JavaScript
First, verify that you have Java installed on your computer: 
1. Go to: http://www.java.com/en/ and click Do I have Java (install if needed)

Second, verify that you have JavaScript enabled on your browser: 
1. Within Internet Explorer, click "Tools"
2. Click "Internet Options"
3. Select the "Advanced" Tab
4. Scroll down until you see "Java (Sun)," and check the box for "enable JRE for <applet> (requires restart)." 
5. Click "Ok"
6. Restart your browser for the changes to take effect

Third, set VUDOX® has a Trusted Site
1. Within Internet Explorer, click "Tools"
2. Click "Internet Options"
3. Select the "Security" Tab
4. Select "Trusted Sites"
5. Click the "Sites" Button
6. Uncheck "Require server Verification (https:) for all sites in this zone"
7. In the input box, where it says "Add this website to the zone" enter: http://client.vudox.com, click "Add"
8 In the input box, where it says "Add this website to the zone" enter: http://login.projectshare.com, click "Add"
9 In the input box, where it says "Add this website to the zone" enter: http://www.visionrez.com, click "Add"
10. Click Close
11. Click "Custom level..." Button
12. Reset to: "Medium-low", click "Reset..." Button
13. Click "Ok"
14. Click "Ok"

Check our Test Page to verify that you have Enable JavaScript and Cookies in your browser.

NOTE: Now when you access features in VUDOX® such as the advanced Upload and Download application, Internet Explorer users will be prompt to install or to accept these applications. 
Browser Settings:
Pop-up Blocker Settings

Instructions (Privacy Tab)  

1. Within Internet Explorer, click "Tools"
2. Click "Internet Options"
3. Select "Privacy" Tab
4. Click "Settings" Button
5. In the input box, where it says "Address of website to allow" enter: http://client.vudox.com, click "Add"
6. In the input box, where it says "Address of website to allow" enter: http://login.projectshare.com, click "Add"
7. In the input box, where it says "Address of website to allow" enter: http://www.visionrez.com, click "Add"
8. Click "Ok"
9. Click "Ok"
NOTE: Cookies are the most important settings. VUDOX® uses cookies to store information about your preferences and work session. Cookies are required. Some browsers allow you to have cookies enabled, but do not save the cookie information to your computer. This cookie is called a "Per Session Cookie". This setting is the minimum requirement of VUDOX®. We do not store or retrieve email, credit card or any other type of personal information in the form of cookies. For example, VUDOX® uses cookies to remember your last selected calendar group, or last selected folder so that your do not have to relocate your last position during your work session. This tad bit of information allows VUDOX® the ability to increase the usability of the site and improve your experience.
Browser Settings:
Enable Cookies
Microsoft® Internet Explorer for Windows 

1. Within Internet Explorer, click "Tools"
2. Click "Internet Options"
3. Select the "Privacy" Tab
4. Select "Advanced" Button
5. Check: Override automatic cookie handling


Allow First-party cookies and block Third-party cookies. First-party cookies are set by the web site you are actually visiting and some will not function without cookies enabled. Third-party cookies are set by e.g. advertisers on that web site, these are the ones you particularly want. to avoid.

Check our Test Page to verify that you have Enable JavaScript and Cookies in your browser.

Internet Connection: DSL / Modem (minimum recommended) for "work at home" results. T1 higher are recommended for business and industrial class results.
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 7 X32 or X64

"Mac Users" iMac G3 recommended or higher Unix and other operating are supported due to the fact VUDOX® is 100% web-based. 

Hard Disk: Disk space requirements may vary based on your browser settings and concurrent running applications. If your plan to upload or download large files, you should insure that your browser settings accommodate such operations. For example : If your browser cache or temp file settings are set to allow only a maximum of 32 megs per download and you plan to download files larger than 32 megs, you must increase your temporary file size to accommodate this file. Most web browsers download all files to a temporary directory, once complete, it moves the file to the destination directory. Not all browsers follow this scheme. Review your browser's cache to temp file operations and limitations to avoid file truncation or download malfunction. 
Memory/RAM: Requirements depend on the operating system used and number of other applications running concurrently with VUDOX®. VUDOX® is a 100% web-based application, thus using only the minimum memory needed to display web pages. Please use reasonable memory considerations when deciding if your computer has enough memory to run multiple applications and VUDOX®.
Drive: CD-ROM drive (recommended; not needed)
Display: Recommended Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher-resolution monitor with 256 colors. Administrators are highly recommended to set their resolution to 1024 X 768 or higher ( due to the fact that there are more controls available during operation).
Peripherals: Mouse, or compatible pointing device and Printer 
NOTE: Limitations, visual appeal and user experience may vary based on the combination of browser, computer and internet connection. Please inform your user base, train and educate them to these facts.