OpUtils - System Requirements

    Hardware Requirements

    Hardware Recommended
    Processor Dual Core/Core 2 Duo or Quad Core
    RAM 4 GB
    Disk Space Above 10 GB

    Software requirements

    These are the minimum requirements to run the system.


    Version requirements for Evaluation 

    Version requirements for Production 

     Windows OS

    Windows 10 (or) Windows Server 2012

    Windows Server 2022/ 2019/ 2016/ 2012 R2/ 2012

     Linux OS

    Ubuntu 14 to 22.04/ CentOS 7/ Fedora 37/ Red Hat 7 to 9.4/ Opensuse 15.4/ Debian 10 to 11.6

    Ubuntu 14 to 22.04/ Red Hat version 7 to 9.4/ CentOS Stream 8/ CentOS 7/ CentOS Stream 9


    Chrome/ Firefox/ Edge

    Chrome (preferred)/ Firefox/ Edge

    Client machines: OpUtils uses a client side javascript based MVC architecture and it is preferred to view this from a 64 bit laptop for better viewing experience.

    User privileges: Local administrative privileges required.


    Bandwidth Required for OpUtils Scanning

    If all the tools are scanning simultaneously, the approximate bandwidth utilization would be ~150 KBps.



    Comes bundled with the product (PostgreSQL version 14.7).

    For Remote PostgreSQL, OpUtils supports PostgreSQL versions 14.7 to 14.x.


    Microsoft SQL

    1. Supported versions:

    SQL 2019 (from build 125379) | SQL 2017 | SQL 2016 | SQL 2014

    2. Important Notices:

    1. For production use 64 bit versions of SQL.

    2. Recovery mode should be set to SIMPLE.

    3. SQL and OpUtils should be in the same LAN. Currently WAN based SQL installations are not supported.

    4. Developer edition of SQL Server is not supported.

    3. Collation:

    English with collation setting (SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS)

    Norwegian with collation setting (Danish_Norwegian_CI_AS)

    Simplified Chinese with collation setting (Chinese_PRC_CI_AS)

    Japanese with collation setting (Japanese_CI_AS)

    German with collation setting (German_PhoneBook_CI_AS)

    4. Authentication:

    Mixed mode (MSSQL and Windows Authentication).

    5. User-role requirement:

    Server roles - "dbcreator", "public" and "sysadmin". User Mapping - Map this login to "master" with database role ownership as "db_owner" and "public".