Given the lightweight nature of the RDS sensor, there are no
significant requirements regarding CPU and RAM; any machine capable of properly
running the supported versions of the operating system should be able to run
the client sensor without any noticeable impact.
To optimize the data collection and ensure that no activity is lost
even when the machine is disconnected from the backend system, the RDS Windows
sensor uses a local database to store the data that it collects. The upper
limit for this local storage is 100 megabytes by default, meaning that any
machine with over 100 megabytes of free space is suitable for installation.
Note: The sensor and its database are stored on the primary partition
of the hard drive.