This topic provides information about the system requirements for installing the Unified Service Desk client application and deploying the Unified Service Desk sample applications on a Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement apps instance.
Hardware requirements for the Unified Service Desk client
The following table lists the minimum and recommended hardware requirements when you run the Unified Service Desk client.
|Processor||x86- or x64-bit 1.9 gigahertz (GHz) dual core with SSE2 instruction set or faster processor||x86- or x64-bit 1.9 gigahertz (GHz) dual core with SSE2 instruction set or faster processor|
|Memory||^4-GB RAM or more||8-GB RAM or more|
|Hard disk||*1.5 GB of available hard disk space||12 GB of available hard disk space: 2 GB of available hard disk space for Unified Service Desk client application files and 10 GB additional available hard disk space for Unified Service Desk client log files
7200 RPM or more
^The minimum memory is for running basic scenarios. The actual memory required for Unified Service Desk increases with the complex configurations and custom development (UI experience).
*Requires disabling Unified Service Desk client logging. More information: Configure client diagnostic logging in Unified Service Desk
Software requirements for the Unified Service Desk client
To install the Unified Service Desk client on a computer, the following is required:
|Requirement||Recommended Version||Supported Version|
|Microsoft .NET Framework||
|Windows Identity Foundation||
Support for Unified Service Desk
Unified Service Desk supports the latest three releases (N-2 format). On the release of the next version of Unified Service Desk, the oldest supported version will be deprecated.
For example, If Unified Service Desk 4.2 is released, then Unified Service Desk 3.3 version will be deprecated.
Supported Unified Service Desk versions are:
Unified Service Desk 4.1
Unified Service Desk 4.0
Unified Service Desk 3.3
If you are using older versions, we recommend upgrading to the latest version of Unified Service Desk and Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement.
Software requirements for the Package Deployer tool
The Package Deployer tool is used for deploying Unified Service Desk sample applications. For more information on the requirements, see Deploy packages using Dynamics CRM Package Deployer and Windows PowerShell.
Unified Service Desk offers you different browser controls for hosting your webpages.
|Supported Hosting Types||Recommended Hosting Types|
Impact of Unified Interface Only availability with Unified Service Desk
You have deployed Unified Service Desk in a Customer Engagement Sandbox environment and when you reset the sandbox environment, you will have only the Unified Interface experience. To enable the Web Client experience, set No for the Use the new Unified Interface Only option in the system settings. More information: How to enable/disable Unified Interface Only mode.
After you enable the Web Client experience, go to the Window Navigation Rules and update the navigation URLs for the all the rules.
Software requirements for Citrix XenApp application virtualization
You can install and run the Unified Service Desk client as a published app on Citrix XenApp 7.6. This allows agents to access the Unified Service Desk client from a central location.
You can also configure a Windows application as a virtual application on Citrix XenApp 7.6 that run as a hosted application in Unified Service Desk. More information: Integrate with Citrix applications