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Mac OS X: 10.7.8Mac OS X: 10.9Firefox 38

Browsers

 Operating Systems
IE 10

Windows: 7, 8.1, 10

Chrome OS 50

IE 11

Windows: 7 with Service Pack 1, 8

Safari 6

.1, 10

Safari 7

Chrome OS 50

Safari 8Mac OS X: 10.10, 10.11
Chrome 4349

Windows: 7, 8.1, 10

Mac OS X: 10.79, 10.810, 10.11

iOS 9, 10.10

Chrome OS 50

Android 6.0 

 

Firefox 45

Windows: 7, 8.1, 10

Mac OS X: 10.79, 10.8, 10.9, 10.11

Chrome OS 50

Android 6.0 

Edge 13

Windows:10

Chrome OS 50

The current release version for both Firefox and Chrome at the time of our software's release are tested and supported. Newer release versions of Firefox and Chrome should also work, but remember not to make software or technology changes during an online test administration.

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If there is a firewall between the workstations being used to access PearsonAccessnext and the Internet, the following destination/protocol/port combinations must be allowed through the firewall:

*.pearsonaccessnext.com:80

*.pearsonaccessnext.com:443

Proxy Servers/Content Filtering

When accessing PearsonAccessnext, the following URLs must not be blocked on any proxy servers or by any software that is used for Internet content filtering.

*.pearsonaccessnext.com:80

*.pearsonaccessnext.com:443

Proxy Environments

Many school districts use proxy servers in their network environments. Proxy servers are placed between client nodes and the Internet and are used to forward requests from internal nodes to the Internet. Proxy servers may perform some or all of the following functions:

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When accessing PearsonAccessnext, school and district email systems must be configured to accept emails from the following address domain: