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Getting Started
Welcome to the Louisiana DEQ's Electronic Document Management System (EDMS)! To fully utilize all features of the EDMS, please ensure that your computer is sufficiently configured per the checklist below. If you have difficulty using the EDMS, please send us a message.

Item Description Status
Modern Web Browser
Recommended, freely available browsers include: Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Netscape Navigator. While the EDMS may work with other web browsers, they have not been tested and might not support all of the EDMS features.
Unknown v0.0
Java Runtime Environment
A Java Runtime Environment (JRE) is required to use the EDMS document viewer. You may download the most recent version of Sun Microsystem's JRE at no cost. NOTE: Your web browser must also be configured to use the JRE in order to run Java applets.
PDF Viewer
Many documents in the EDMS are in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF) and must be viewed using a PDF reader. The EDMS user guides are also in PDF format. You may download Adobe's Acrobat Reader for free.
Microsoft Office Document Viewers
Some documents in the EDMS are in one of Microsoft's Office formats (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and must be viewed using the appropriate Microsoft Office reader. If you do not have Microsoft Office installed on your computer, you may download free viewers from Microsoft.
ZIP Utility
When downloading documents from the EDMS, you will be given a ZIP archive containing the documents you requested along with an index of all documents in the download packet. You must have a ZIP utility on your computer in order to access the archive. NOTE: Newer versions of Windows such as XP have a built-in ZIP utility. If you need a ZIP utility, ZipGenius is free.
PDF Printer
Printing documents from the EDMS to a PDF printer helps you to easily store and share them with others. You may download CutePDF, a free PDF printer. NOTE: PDF printers are quite useful, and if you download one it can be used for many tasks besides working with the EDMS.
While most modern web browsers have built-in support for JavaScript, it might be turned off. Enabling your browser to execute JavaScript will improve your EDMS experience.
The EDMS uses cookies to help identify you during your visit. A web browser that blocks cookies might limit your EDMS experience. Please refer to the EDMS privacy policy regarding cookies for questions about how they are used.