I don't think so. Have a look to the documentation.
Microsoft Windows 98 SE (second edition) Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Service Pack 6a Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Service Pack 2 Windows 2000 Terminal Services (W2k Advanced Server only) Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Service Desk Client on Windows 2000 or XP Professional â ¢ Processor: Intelï£¨ Pentiumï£¨ PII, 300 MHz â ¢ Memory: 128 MB RAM â ¢ Disk space: 55 MB â ¢ Display: 800 x 600 resolution, 256 colors (1024 x 768 resolution, high color or higher recommended) â ¢ Network connection: TCP/IP, 28.8 K (56 kBor higher recommended) Service Desk Client on Windows NT4 Workstation and 98 SE â ¢ Processor: Intelï£¨ Pentiumï£¨ Pro, 200 MHz â ¢ Memory: 128 MB RAM â ¢ Disk space: 55 MB â ¢ Display: 800 x 600 resolution, 256 colors (1024 x 768 resolution, high color or higher recommended. â ¢ Network connection: TCP/IP, 28.8 K (56 kB or higher recommended)
But don't worry, you don't have to create the web application yourself. Download and use service desk 4.5 web console appropriate to the servicepack version you use.
No, it is another application provided for free, you can download it from the patches web page at hp.com.
Have a look at the OVWeb_Console_Install_Guide.pdf where you can find a lot of useful info about it.
You will need an additional server because "The Service Desk 4.5 web console server cannot be installed onto the same system as your standard Service Desk/Service Pages server" (...) due to the Java conflict.
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