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GPM.NET

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Travelport GPM.NET

General

Travelport's GPM.NET software was designed from the ground up to support Travelport customers with 64-bit versions of Windows. This includes most installations of Windows 7, Window 8 and Window Server 2008/2012. The software is backward compatible with 32-bit versions of Windows.

Supported Platforms

32-bit & 64-bit Windows XP
32-bit & 64-bit Windows Vista
32-bit & 64-bit Windows 7
32-bit & 64-bit Windows 8 (not Windows RT)
Windows Server 2008 R2
Windows Server 2012

Features

Designed to run on 64-bit version of Windows desktops and servers
Runs As A Service; specifically Microsoft .NET v4.0 (4.5 on Win7/Server 2012).
In theory, supports up to 255 printer GTIDs
In theory, supports up to 255 COM ports
Ability to export the configuration
PDF support for DB Rail customers. (Europe only)

Target Customers

A note before listing who is likely to be interested in using this print manager software. If you have a 32-bit version of Windows with a working Galileo Print Manager (GPM) and do not need any of the features listed above, there is no reason to replace your working Galileo Print Manager software.

The GPM.NET is for;

Customers who wish to use a 64-bit Windows computer.for printing from Travelport's Apollo or Galileo hosts.
Customers who wish to run a printer manager as a service. Typically this is done when running a print manager on a Windows server.
Customers who wish to drive itineraries from a central location and need to support more than fifteen (15) printers.

Caveats

If installing GPM.NET on a computer where Galileo Print Manager v4 or above is installed, the GPM.NET installation does NOT do an upgrade. In other words, none of the configuration in Galileo Print Manager v4.0 or above is captured. Configuration of GPM.NET must be done manually
While, in theory, GPM.NET supports up to 255 printer GTIDs and up to 255 COM ports. Travelport has not as yet been able to test to these limits.