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 These demo servers are provided by members/​organizations for use by the Evergreen Community. ​ Please reference help/​questions related to server problems to the contacts associated with server. These demo servers are provided by members/​organizations for use by the Evergreen Community. ​ Please reference help/​questions related to server problems to the contacts associated with server.
  
-For instructions on how to install the staff client application,​ visit this [[http://​docs.evergreen-ils.org/​dev/​_installing_the_staff_client.html|page]]. 
  
 More documentation may be found on these pages:​\\ ​ More documentation may be found on these pages:​\\ ​
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 [[community_tutorials|Community Tutorials and Documentation]] [[community_tutorials|Community Tutorials and Documentation]]
  
-^Version ^Public Catalog / Web staff interface ^Staff Client Application ​                                     ^Client Credentials ^Notes^ +^ Version ​ ^ Public Catalog / Web staff interface ​                                                   ^ Staff Client Application ​ ^ Client Credentials ​                          ​^ Notes                                                                                                                                                                                                                
-| 3.2.5  ​|https://​demo.evergreencatalog.com/  ​[[https://​demo.evergreencatalog.com/​eg/​staff/​home]] | web staff client only |**username:​** admin\\ **password:​** demo123 |A public demo server offered by [[https://​www.equinoxinitiative.org/​|Equinox Open Library Initiative]],​ currently running Evergreen version 3.2.\\ The SIP2 server is active ​on this demo system:\\ port 6001, SIP terminal ​user/password = sipterm/demo123 ​+| 3.4.1    ​| https://​demo.evergreencatalog.com/ ​ https://​demo.evergreencatalog.com/​eg/​staff/​home ​    ​| web staff client only     ​| **username:​** admin\\ **password:​** demo123 ​ | A public demo server offered by [[https://​www.equinoxinitiative.org/​|Equinox Open Library Initiative]],​ currently running Evergreen version 3.4.\\ The database gets wiped and replaced weekly ​on Sunday morning. ​\\ Also supports Z39.50 (port 210, db CONS), and SIP (port 6001, user '​sipclient'​ pass 'demo123'​) ​. | 
-|3.1.8 |https://​mlnc4.noblenet.org ​ [[https://​mlnc4.noblenet.org/​eg/​staff/​home]] | [[http://​mlnc4.noblenet.org/​updates/​manualupdate.html|Clients]] |**hostname:​** mlnc4.noblenet.org\\ **username:​** admin\\ **password:​** evergreen123 |A public demo server offered by [[http://​masslnc.org/​|MassLNC]] and supported by [[http://​www.noblenet.org|NOBLE]]. \\ If you receive an error with the hostname, you may need to add an SSL exception for the server.\\ **Contact:​** ​ jstephenson@cwmars.org / Dyrcona in the #evergreen IRC channel ​+| 3.3.3    | https://​bugsquash.mobiusconsortium.org https://​bugsquash.mobiusconsortium.org/​eg/​staff ​ | web staff client only     ​| **username:​** admin\\ **password:​** demo123 ​ | A public demo server offered by [[https://​mobiusconsortium.org|MOBIUS]] \\ **Contact:​** ​ Bmagic in the #evergreen IRC channel ​                                                                                       |
-|3.3.3 | https://​bugsquash.mobiusconsortium.org ​[[https://​bugsquash.mobiusconsortium.org/​eg/​staff]] |web staff client only| **username:​** admin\\ **password:​** demo123| A public demo server offered by [[https://​mobiusconsortium.org|MOBIUS]] \\ **Contact:​** ​ Bmagic in the #evergreen IRC channel|+
  
  
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