Indiana State Police Deploy OpenFox Desktop 4.0

Indiana – news 2020_

CPI recently cut to production our seventh deployment of Desktop 4.0 to the OpenFox System for the Indiana State Police (ISP).   


Desktop 4.0 is the latest version of the GUI (graphic user interface), or what the clients use to access the various OpenFox Products. Internally called “Desktop Decaffeinated” Desktop 4.0 allows the user to run the OpenFox® Desktop on a local PC without having Java installed. All the industry-leading features of the OpenFox® Desktop remain while Desktop 4.0 eliminates the Java-version conflicts that sometimes arise when running multiple Java applications.

The project went well and we are pleased with the results.

 Lt. Jon Carmen; Indiana State Police

Desktop 4.0 operates like any other Windows application. In addition to 24x7x365 support from the CPI Support Center, our developers continually update Desktop 4.0 software as necessary for new requirements and mandates.

Modules running under DeskTop 4.0 include the OpenFox Messenger, the OpenFox CHA (Criminal History Application) Client, The OpenFox SOR (Sex Offender Registry) Client, the OpenFox Archive Client, the OpenFox Validations, and the OpenFox Configurator Client. Please see the impact statement for details on new features, prerequisites, maintenance hours and requesting the update.

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