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AVS Support Help Center Password Requirements

Our help center requires very strong passwords. Please use the following tips for setting very strong passwords:

  • Avoid patterns, consecutive letters (either alphabetical or on the keyboard) and numbers
  • Avoid replacing letters with similar numbers or symbols (example 3 for e or $ for s)
  • Avoid short passwords.
  • Do use a password manager to generate long/random passwords
  • Do use lots of ‘parts’ to your password, which can make it hard to crack and easier to remember. Four unrelated english words is very strong (correcthorsebatterystaple), as is a combination of words and random numbers (tape934elephant%*)


Licensing

All license requests will be processed and responded to via the AVS Support Help Center. After submitting your request, you will receive an email from the AVS Support Help Center with further instructions. This may take up to 2 business days to complete during the license verification process.
If you do not already have an AVS Support Help Center account, you will be required to create an account to continue license fulfillment. To keep track of your license requests, please use the same email address from the AVS Support Help Center as in your License Requests.

Request a license:

General Request License Form

Change of License

If you already have an AVS license and wish to update the license information:
Change of License


Supported Versions

.NET
Development: Visual Studio 2010 or higher
Deployment: Windows XP SP3+, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2

Java
Any machine with a Sun Java Virtual Machine (Version 1.4 or higher)
OpenViz supports OpenGL Hardware Acceleration using JOGL.
Supported platforms include:
Windows i586, Linux i586 & AMD64, Mac OS X Universal, Solaris SPARC

OpenViz is shipped with JOGL JSR231 Release 1.1.1-final version of JOGL

.NET
Development: Visual Studio 2010 or higher
Deployment: Windows XP SP3+, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2

Java
Any machine with a Sun Java Virtual Machine (Version 1.4 or higher)
OpenViz supports OpenGL Hardware Acceleration using JOGL.
Supported platforms include:
Windows i586, Linux i586 & AMD64, Mac OS X Universal, Solaris SPARC

OpenViz is shipped with JOGL JSR231 Release 1.1.1-final version of JOGL

COM
Development: Visual Studio 2010 or higher
Deployment: Windows XP SP3+, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2

COM / .NET Interops
Development: Visual Studio 2010 or higher
Deployment: Windows XP SP3+, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2

Java
Any machine with a Sun Java Virtual Machine (Version 1.4 or higher)
OpenViz supports OpenGL Hardware Acceleration using JOGL.
Supported platforms include:
Windows i586, Linux i586 & AMD64, Mac OS X Universal, Solaris SPARC

OpenViz is shipped with JOGL JSR231 Release 1.1.1-final version of JOGL

COM / .NET Interops
Development: Visual Studio 2010 or higher
Deployment: Windows XP SP3+, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2

Java
Any machine with a Sun Java Virtual Machine (Version 1.4 or higher)
OpenViz supports OpenGL Hardware Acceleration using JOGL.
Supported platforms include:
Windows i586, Linux i586 & AMD64, Mac OS X Universal, Solaris SPARC

OpenViz is shipped with JOGL JSR231 Release 1.1.1-final version of JOGL

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