Emergency Server

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Emergency Server Overview
The Emergency Offline Server (EOS) allows your practice to have access to medical records even if the server and the network are not functioning. The EOS is current as of the time a backup was run. It may be from the night before, or anywher...
Where to Install the Emergency Offline Server
Note : The EOS, and there can be several, should be installed at the front desk, or where telephone calls are received, and at the nurses' station or the primary exam room. It is also a good idea to have an EOS installed furthest from ...
Prerequisites for Setup of EOS
Prerequisites for setup include: Office Practicum must already be installed and be able to connect to the network database and run. Note : When running the client install program, check the box in the install program to designate th...
Setting Up an Emergency Server
Download the OPClientExpress  install and run it on the machine (this is the easiest way to set up an emergency workstation). Run through the install wizard but be sure to check the box to designate this machine as the Emergency Workstation ...
Removing the Emergency Server Designation on a Workstation
If you need to remove the EOS Designation from a Workstation: Right-click on the Start  button, located in the lower-left corner of your Windows screen. Select Explore . In the OP  folder, locate the file labeled OP911a.txt and de...