Standard Software on Desktop Builds
Note: Users will not have local administrative rights to desktop and laptop computers. End users’ administrator rights can be used by unauthorized users, hackers, and malware to compromise computer systems. For example, administrator rights can be used to alter a standard desktop image, change security settings, or install unauthorized software. Most malware and spyware requires administrator rights in order to install. By removing administrator rights from users and granting only the minimum privileges necessary for the performance of an authorized task, we will limit the damage that can result from a security breach or malicious user.
Office Word Processors, Spreadsheets and Presentations
- MS Office 365 Licensing Information (currently implementing Office 2016)
- Enterprise Agreement with Software Assurance for State of Vermont
- Internet Explorer 10 and above (Windows)
- Outlook Web Access (for Exchange)
- MS Outlook
- Adobe Reader
- Adobe Shockwave Player (latest version available)
- Adobe Flash Player (latest version available)
- Java (latest version available)
- Windows 7 Enterprise (EA Agreement in place with Software assurance)
- Windows XP Professional SP3 and above
- Microsoft Mainstream Support for Windows XP ended April 14, 2009, at which time Extended Support began for 60 months.
- DII is currently supporting McAfee on all desktops.
- Departments may incur additional cost of license and an annual maintenance fee for the number of PCs and laptops in their department
- DII is currently supporting McAfee EndPoint Encryption on all laptops.
- Departments may incur additional cost of licenses and an annual maintenance fee for the number of laptops in their department.
- Adobe Acrobat Professional XI and above
- Web Portal content management system (CMS)
- Other business essential tools on request