Download and install

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On this page, you'll learn:

  • What is the difference between installing the full platform or only the 'client'
  • How to install the client and the server software.
  • To solve certain problems you may encounter during installation.

Current release

To try out MSP Challenge yourself, you only need to download and install the client application, and log on to one of our demo servers. Note that this is suitable for demonstration purposes only (so not full-on sessions) as the demo servers are accessible to anyone anywhere in the world and reset themselves daily.

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Current release:

Version 4.0-beta4

Dated 22 Jul 2020 | Release notes

Current release:

Version 4.0-beta4

In private beta testing, not publicly available yet

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Previous releases

Client-only installer Full platform installer
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System requirements

Please take note of our system requirements listed here.

Client-only installation

This is useful if you only want to quickly try out MSP Challenge, or if you are an end user getting ready to join an MSP Challenge session. This is because you will only install the client application, i.e., the application that end users use.

Simply download the latest client-only installer above, run it, and follow the steps provided by the wizard. Then you can log on to one of our demo servers. Note that this is suitable for demonstration purposes only (so not full-on sessions) as the demo servers are accessible to anyone anywhere in the world and reset themselves daily.

If you previously installed version 4.0-beta2 or 4.0-beta3, and are upgrading to any newer version, then we advise you to uninstall the older version first.

Full platform (client, server and tools) installation

Version 4.0-beta4 of the full platform is in private beta testing at the moment. We plan to release it publicly in Q3 of 2020.