svrs technical requirements, internet security and pdf print settings

svrs technical requirements, internet security and pdf print settings
SVRS TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS, INTERNET SECURITY AND PDF PRINT SETTINGS SVRS TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS 1. At least one PC running Windows (number of computers required will depend upon jurisdiction size and activity level)  PC(s) must have current virus protection software installed  Windows 7+ is recommended  Static IP address (not unsecured, open WiFi, i.e. guest user for library, lobby etc.)  Broadband internet connection  Internet Explorer 10 or above  Latest security updates must be installed (Microsoft security update 2965111)  Adobe Reader DC Version 10.20056 2. Each SVRS user must have an email account 3. Dymo LabelWriter™ 400, 450, or 450 Turbo  The Dymo LabelWriter™ is highly recommended for walk‐up AB voting and for printing individual AB labels  Dymo Address labels should be 1‐1/8” by 3‐1/2” 4. Laser Printer for printing reports  DO NOT use a Hewlett‐Packard V model if laser printer will be used for printing sheet labels (absentee or mail ballot labels or voter address labels) 5. Barcode wand reader for processing barcodes on returned AB envelopes and rosters 6. OPTIONAL: If jurisdiction intends to scan their absentee ballot applications, the following is required:  Scanner with software capable of creating a separate file for each AB application (Document feeder recommended.)  Silverlight Version 5 For Designated Municipalities: When a municipality has been designated to administer absentee voting, in addition to the above requirements: 
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The Auditor must record the designation in municipality’s profile in SVRS. Specify whether the municipality, “Issues AB” and/or “Has AB Board” with the Designated for State and County Elections checkboxes. Each designated municipality must complete and submit the Designated Municipality SVRS Access Form found within SVRS User Documentation under Technical Support 
Each designated municipality must complete OSS SVRS training found at http://www.sos.state.mn.us/index.aspx?page=1841. SETTING INTERNET SECURITY SETTINGS 1. Under Tools, select Internet Options. 2. Under the General tab, Browsing history, click Settings. 3. Temporary Internet Files window opens, verify the Automatically radio button is selected. 4. Click Ok. 5. Click on the Security tab. 6. At the Security tab, click the Trusted sites icon, and then click the Sites button. 7. In the Trusted Sites window, verify that the Require Server Verification checkbox is unchecked. 8. Add the following sites by typing in the web address clicking the Add button. 9. Click the Close button. 10. In the Security tab, click the Trusted sites icon, and then click the Custom level button. 11. Verify that the settings in the Security Settings – Trusted Sites Zone window match those shown below. 12. Click Ok to save your Trusted sites settings. 13. In the Security tab, click the Internet icon, and then click the Custom level button. 14. Verify that the settings in the Security Settings –Internet Zone window match those shown for Trusted Sites in the above screenshots. 15. Click Ok to save your Internet settings. 16. Click the Privacy tab. 17. At the Privacy tab, verify that Turn on pop‐up blocker is unchecked (pop‐up blocker turned off). SETTING PRINT SETTINGS 1. Open any PDF document in Adobe Reader. 2. Click File, then Print to open the Print window. 3. Under Page Handling, verify the following: a. Page Scaling is set to none. ‐OR‐ Actual Size radio button is marked. b. Auto‐Rotate and Center is unchecked. c. Choose Paper Source by PDF page size is checked. Note: The Print window may vary depending on printer type and version of Adobe Reader. Rev. 03/30/2016 
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