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Intel® Retail Client Manager FAQ

Intel® Retail Client Manager: FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions
What is the minimum system requirement to run Intel® Retail Client Manager (Intel® RCM)?
Windows* 7 or Windows Embedded 7 or Windows 8 or Windows Embedded 8.

What is Campaign Manager?
Campaign Manager is an entirely new platform that allows the user to host the service or to have someone host the service for the user. A Campaign Manager server installation is called a realm. The system comprises three core elements:
• Campaign Manager,
• Intel RCM Service, and
• Intel RCM Player.

The system operates by synchronizing data among the three elements. Create, read, update, and delete actions all occur on Campaign Manager before being synchronized to the Intel RCM Service.

Campaign Manager publishes content to the Intel RCM Service and the Intel RCM Player receives these changes by synchronizing with the Intel RCM Service. Changes made on Campaign Manager are synchronized to the Intel RCM Service. Other users in the domain receive these changes as synchronization occurs. The Intel RCM Service is the repository for all the information, media, history, and business rules for the domain. Campaign Manager and the Intel RCM Player retain local databases so that they can work, even when offline.

Read the full Intel® Retail Client Manager FAQ.

Intel® Retail Client Manager: FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions
What is the minimum system requirement to run Intel® Retail Client Manager (Intel® RCM)?
Windows* 7 or Windows Embedded 7 or Windows 8 or Windows Embedded 8.

What is Campaign Manager?
Campaign Manager is an entirely new platform that allows the user to host the service or to have someone host the service for the user. A Campaign Manager server installation is called a realm. The system comprises three core elements:
• Campaign Manager,
• Intel RCM Service, and
• Intel RCM Player.

The system operates by synchronizing data among the three elements. Create, read, update, and delete actions all occur on Campaign Manager before being synchronized to the Intel RCM Service.

Campaign Manager publishes content to the Intel RCM Service and the Intel RCM Player receives these changes by synchronizing with the Intel RCM Service. Changes made on Campaign Manager are synchronized to the Intel RCM Service. Other users in the domain receive these changes as synchronization occurs. The Intel RCM Service is the repository for all the information, media, history, and business rules for the domain. Campaign Manager and the Intel RCM Player retain local databases so that they can work, even when offline.

Read the full Intel® Retail Client Manager FAQ.

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