Operating System Compatibility Definitions
Supported – KODAK Validated
The 3000DV Plus contain non-volatile and volatile memory.
These products store image data temporarily to the internal hard drive while scanning. This image data is immediately deleted upon complete delivery of the scanning job. In the event of a system failure which causes the application to abnormally terminate, all cached data is deleted upon the restarting of the Scan Station application.
Customer image data may persist in non-volatile memory in the operating system paging file. Any image data that is cached in the paging file is deleted when the system is shut down as part of the shutdown sequence. Non-volatile memory is cleared at the end of each scan job, and again when the device is started. Scanner settings - which can include network authentication credentials (user name and password), Scanner Configuration, and Destination Configuration data are all stored in encrypted form in non-volatile memory.