Endpoint and System Manager definitions

There are two components to BlueNote Classic: the  System Manager and the Endpoint (client)

BlueNote System Manager

An example of the System Manager software:

The System Manager icon:

The System Manager is necessary for licensing and global settings. It works behind the scenes to keep track of all of the workstations. Make sure that it is installed on a computer that will be turned on every day. This computer can be any computer in your practice, as long as it is online throughout the entire workday.  The System Manager does not have to be installed on your server. Be sure that there is only one System Manager on your network.

Locating the System Manager

If you don't know the location of the System Manager on your network, your Endpoint may have that information. Choose Menu > Help > About to see the System Manager IP address and Location.

Renaming the System Manager location

When a System Manager is first installed it will prompt the installer to name the location. If this name was not entered or the information is incorrect, you can manually enter the name of the location of the System Manager by opening the SM program and choosing Help > Welcome > Next.

BlueNote Endpoint

An example of the Endpoint software:

The Endpoint icon:

The Endpoint is the actual BlueNote Communicator Classic program, and will need to be installed on every computer where you will need communications. You may also need to install the Endpoint on the same computer running the System Manager if this computer will also be used for communications. Note that we highly recommend updating to the latest build of all Endpoints and the System Manager instead of migrating or installing unsupported versions.