Oracle has introduced Java version 8 update 73. This new update
has worked on our PCs for all Medi applications.
If you can login now do not change your Java.
In the 3/8/2016 Microsoft Windows update more Java versions are
blocked. If you are getting
the message that Microsoft Windows is blocking your Java, you can use
the new version. www.java.com .
Microsoft will block all
Java 7 versions that are currently available to the public. Microsoft
will block Java 8 versions before 8u71. If you do not have one of these
versions (8u71, 8u73) and can’t login you will have to change Java.
Special Note: Do not use the
beta or early release version of Java 9.
If your password is over a year old you may be prompted to change
your password. This is normal. If you are having problems logging in and
your password is over a year old or it has been over 90 days since you
used Medi you may have to change your password.
Instructions for changing passwords Instate users
use the Forgot Password button on the Medi login page. Out of state
users call 1-800-366-8768 option 1, option 6 for assistance changing
Microsoft has introduced Windows 10 and a new web browser
called Microsoft Edge. Windows 10 has worked with Medi.
The Edge browser will not work
with Medi. If you upgrade to Windows 10 you will have to use IE 11
mode. The Windows 10 and IE 11 combination has worked in our testing.
Note: Windows Edge,
Google Chrome and Firefox web browsers are not supported.