INFO: Partners Standard Build Types

Private Workstation

Has an identifiable "owner" and is located in an office

Clinical Workstation

Has no "owner" and is located on a clinical floor or other common areas

Public Workstation

Has no "owner" and is located in public areas like conference rooms

Kiosk

Has no "owner" and is located in patient public areas like libraries

Mobile

Has an identifiable "owner" and is usually a notebook which can travel between the office and other locations

Private Workstation

Clinical Workstation

Public Workstation

Kiosk Workstation

Mobile Workstation

Has a set of pre-loaded extended standard software included in the latest version of the image. Any application can be installed and run (not necessarily supported) Has a set of pre-loaded extended standard software included in the latest version of the image. Restrictions are in place so that only allowed software can be installed and run Has a set of pre-loaded extended standard software included in the latest version of the image. Restrictions are in place so that only allowed software can be installed and run. More applications are allowed than on the clinical but less from the private Has a set of pre-loaded extended standard software included in the latest version of the image. This build is a task oriented and can only run the application specified during build time Has a set of pre-loaded extended standard software included in the latest version of the image. Any application can be installed and run (not necessarily supported)
Users can modify and customize installations and settings Users cannot modify and customize installations and settings Users cannot modify and customize installations and settings Users cannot modify and customize installations and settings Users can modify and customize installations and settings
Users can run any application Users can only run a controlled set of applications. Only Outlook and Word available from Office apps Users can only run a controlled set of applications Users can only run the specified application Users can run any application
Start Menu is customized for each user Start menu is customized for each user with a subset of applications specific to the clinical build Start menu is customized for each user with a subset of applications specific to the public build Start Menu is the same since there are no multiple users Start menu is customized for each user
Logon/Logoff process is controlled by the user since there is no forced logoff Logon/Logoff process is automatically controlled with a forced logoff Logon/Logoff process is automatically controlled with a forced logoff. There is no Logon/Logoff process in the absence of a screen saver Logon/Logoff process is controlled by the user since there is no forced logoff
The device is automatically brought to a screen saver mode after 15 minutes of inactivity The device is automatically brought to a screen saver mode after 4 minutes of inactivity The device is automatically brought to a screen saver mode after 15 minutes of inactivity There is no screen saver mode The device is automatically brought to a screen saver mode after 15 minutes of inactivity
The Resume User function allows for resuming the user session indefinitely The Resume User function allows for resuming the user session for up to 15 minutes The Resume User function allows for resuming the user session for up to 60 minutes There is no Resume User function The Resume User function allows for resuming the user session indefinitely
Users have direct access to the local hard drive and network drives. Users can run Explorer, execute Run commands and others Users have no access to Explorer, Run command, Control Panel or other tools that allows access to the local hard drive or Home drive Users have no access to Explorer, Run command or other tools that allows access to the local hard drive Users have no access to Explorer, Run command or other tools that allows access to the local hard drive Users have direct access to the local hard drive and network drives. Users can run Explorer, execute Run commands and others
Does Not Support the Epic Express configuration Supports the Epic Express configuration Supports the Epic Express configuration    
  No access to CD device. Can be set up for viewing images on the CD device; full read/write to CD not allowed.    
  Hyperspace enters “secure mode” after inactivity timeout expires;  Hyperspace logs the user off after the secure mode timeout expires and then returns to the Hyperspace login screen. See Express Build Documentation for timeout configuration options. Hyperspace enters “secure mode” after inactivity timeout expires;  Hyperspace logs the user off after the secure mode timeout expires and then returns to the Hyperspace login screen. See Express Build Documentation for timeout configuration options.    
  In Classic mode, once the PHS screen saver has been activated the system will log off the user and close Hyperspace after 15mins of inactivity.  In Classic mode, once the PHS screen saver has been activated the system will log off the user and close Hyperspace after 15mins of inactivity.    
  In Classic mode, the PHS screen saver activates after 4mins, 30mins, or 3hrs of inactivity; in Express mode, Hyperspace secure mode is activated after 4mins, 30mins, 60mins or 3hrs of inactivity, depending on timeout configuration. In Classic mode, the PHS screen saver activates after 15 minutes of inactivity; in Express mode, Hyperspace secure mode is activated after 15mins or 30mins of inactivity, depending on timeout configuration.    
  Can be configured to return after timeouts to the Classic mode PHS screensaver (known as a mode 2 configuration – this is most common), or to an Express mode Hyperspace login screen (known as mode 1 – commonly used in ED settings).  Commonly used in ambulatory settings where the “Secure button workflow” is desired.       

 

If the user has any questions regarding the Partners build, a ticket should be escalated to the appropriate Client Support Services assignment group.