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Summary: information to help you plan your standalone CAST Architecture Checker installation.

Recommended hardware

CPU

Platform

RAM

DISK

1 processor X 4 core

64-bit

8GB min

240GB

Supported Operating Systems

Note that the CAST Architecture Checker is a 64-bit application, therefore a 64-bit Operating System is required.
Operating SystemSupportedSupported by referenceNotes
Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 64-bit(tick) 
Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit (tick)
Microsoft Windows 8.1 64-bit(tick) 
Microsoft Windows 10 64-bit(tick)

Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 64-bit (Standard edition) (tick)
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 64-bit (Standard edition) (tick)
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 64-bit (Standard edition) (tick)
Microsoft Windows Server 2016(tick)
Windows Server 2016 is only supported by CAST when installed in Desktop Experience mode (i.e. with a GUI).

Supported CAST AIP Management Service schemas

CAST Architecture Checker can check models against the following CAST AIP Management Service schemas:

CAST AIPSupported
8.3.x(tick)
8.2.x(tick)

Requirements

(tick)User permissions

To run the setup, the follow user permissions are required:

WindowsLocal Administrator privileges

Installation coexistence with legacy releases

CAST Architecture Checker has been "decoupled" from the CAST AIP setup so that it is now "standalone" (it will continue to be shipped with CAST AIP but this release will not receive any new features or updates). If you already have previous legacy releases of CAST Architecture Checker installed on the target workstation originating from the CAST AIP setup, then you can install a standalone release of the CAST Architecture Checker at the same time and the two can co-exist without issue since the default installation locations are different.

Below is a screenshot of the Apps panel displaying the standalone CAST Architecture Checker:

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