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kirixxx

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Hi!

We are planning to purchase KWF, but my question is whether it will run on a dedicated server with say Duron 1300 processor and 256 MB.
And is it still possible to buy KWF5? If so, will it have better performance with our server?
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From www.kerio.com:

System Requirements


Kerio WinRoute Firewall

Pentium III
256 MB RAM
20 MB HDD free for installation
Additional space for logging and cache
Minimum of two network interfaces (including dial-up)

Windows 2000/XP/2003



Kerio VPN Client

Pentium III
128 MB RAM
5 MB HDD

Windows 2000/XP/2003

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Thanks! (Bedankt)

I have already seen the requirements on the website. Perhaps, I should have asked in a more precise way:
"will it work on Duron despite it not being officially supported? "

Like is there someone here running KWF on Duron/Athlon machine?
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I have a setup on a athlon 700 system. About 50 users use it.
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feite wrote on Tue, 31 May 2005 21:54

I have a setup on a athlon 700 system. About 50 users use it.


What version? 6 or 5?

Thanks anyway!
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