The following table lists which operating systems are supported and which secure browser to install.
|Operating Systems||Supported Devices||Secure Browser||Related Requirements*|
7 (Professional and Enterprise)
8 (Professional and Enterprise)
8.1 (Professional and Enterprise)
10 (Educational, Professional and Enterprise)
Server 2008 R2, 2012 R2, 2016 R2
|Desktops/Laptops||Windows Secure Browser||Disable fast user switching. Server 2008 R2, 2012 R2, 2016 R2 are supported when using a thin client.|
|Desktops/Laptops||Mac Secure Browser||
Depending on your version of OS X, disable the following features:
Fedora 25-26a LTS (Gnome)
Ubuntu 14.04, 16.04 LTS (Gnome)
|Desktops/Laptops||Linux Secure Browser||
Depending on your distribution, install:
||AIRSecureTest Mobile Secure Browser||For iOS 9.3.2 or later, set up Automatic Assessment Configuration. For earlier versions, set up Autonomous Single App Mode.|
||Google Nexus 10
Asus Transformer Pad
Asus Memo Pad
Dell Venue 10
HP Pro Slate 10
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Education
|AIRSecureTest Mobile Secure Browser||Enable the secure browser keyboard.|
||Chromebooks||AIRSecureTest kiosk application||Chromebooks must be in kiosk mode.|
8, 8.1, 10
|AIR supports any tablet running Windows 8, 8.1 Pro, and 10, but has done extensive testing only on Surface Pro, Surface Pro 3, Asus Transformer, and Dell Venue.||Windows Secure Browser||Disable fast user switching.|
aSupport for this version will begin upon the completion of testing following its release.
bThis specific version of iOS currently has a security concern. Please see the portal announcement dated 10/17/2017 for details.
cAcer 13 Chromebook models should remain on Chrome 59 if they are to be used for ELPA21 testing, due to an issue with the recorder tool on those models.
*For information about implementing the related requirements, refer to the Technical Specifications Manual for Online Testing and the Secure Browser Installation Manual.
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