BIS System for Windows

BIS is a terminal based program that schools use to track student and staff attendance. It is an older system, only runs Windows, and only prints to HP printers. Mike Pilandri in Financial Services provides tech support for it. You can find the zip file in the Scratch drive under Windows.

From Mike:
Copy the MS320 folder within to C:\, so you end up with  C:\MS320, then create a shortcut to MS320W32.EXE on the Start Menu or other convenient location.

If you put the folder under Program files, Windows may complain about security when it’s run by non-Administrators.

Note: Be sure that the first time you run the program, you right click and select “run as an administrator.”  Otherwise, each time you run the program, it will pop up a warning.

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