As a part of the installation process for the Dialogic® driver required to connect your VBVoice™ to a telephony circuit there are some initial configuration requirements. To start, Dialogic doesn't support physical address extension (PAE) and data execution prevention (DEP), so both must be disabled as a part of every Dialogic integration. Click here for the Microsoft® article that discusses these elements.
This is the case with the Dialogic SR6 driver, as well as the Dialogic HMP driver, when implementing any telephony protocol.
Dialogic HMP3.0 387 Release Guide
Dialogic SR6 SU263 Release Guide
Use the Microsoft® bcdedit tool, as described at this Microsoft link. Dialogic is not responsible for the content of external links.
Both the nx and pae values should be set as shown below:
Use the bcdedit tool from a command prompt, like this:
C:\bcdedit /set nx AlwaysOff
C:\bcdedit /set pae ForceDisable
As we continue to move forward with Dialogic integration, some important notes about Dialogic integration requirements can be found in the Dialogic® Host Media Processing Software Release 3.0 WIN Release Update.
Sections of note:
1.8 Notice about Microsoft Windows Updates
1.9 IPMI Updates
1.10 Anti-virus Software Policy
1.11 User Account Control Recommendation
1.19 Upgrading Intel Network Adapter Drivers on Windows Server® 2008 and Windows® 7