Most modern digital cameras can be tethered to your local computer such that when each picture is taken, the digital photo file is automatically transferred to a target folder on your computer. The AYS program can then automatically attach them to service/repair orders and other records. The following information will assist you in installing and configuring your digital camera to work with AYS.
The minimum requirements for installing and using At Your Service – Repair Center are:
- Windows 7 or higher or Windows server 2008 R2 or higher
- 2 GB RAM or more
- 300 MB disk space or more
- 1024 x 768 resolution display or higher
At Your Service – Repair Center works with the following MySQL versions:
At Your Service – Repair Center works with the following Microsoft SQL Server and SQL Server Express versions:
At Your Service – Repair Center is a traditional desktop application, but you can run it remotely on certain cloud services.
At Your Service has been tested on the Amazon AWS Lightsail platform. This allows you to run the At Your Service – Repair Center software and database server fully in the cloud, with only minimal client hardware.
The following are basic steps to set up an AWS Lightsail server and get started:
The following Topaz signature pads are compatible with AYS 2.5 and higher:
SQL Server Express can be used instead of larger deployments of SQL Server, depending on your company’s requirements.
Database configuration and setup described in this article can be followed, but by default, the server is not accessible over the network. Follow these steps to make the server visible so that you can connect to and configure the server from another workstation on the network.
This article will describe the configuration and setup of QuickBooks integration with At Your Service Repair Center software.
QuickBooks integration is an optional feature that you may purchase for your license. Please contact us for a quote if you are interested in adding this feature to your license.
At Your Service – Repair Centre and its Internet Utility can use GMail’s servers to send and receive email. This article describes the settings required.