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					                 Term-PAK Network Installation
This document describes how to install Term-PAK on a Microsoft Network. Clients on
the network will run the application from the shared network drive. Remember, each
client must have a Term-PAK USB key inserted in order to run the application.

On the Server
   Create the Shared Folder where Term-PAK will reside

       •   Open Windows File Explorer
       •   Create a folder named “Term” on the C drive
       •   Right-click on the Term folder and select “Sharing and Security”
       •   Select “Share this folder”
       •   Use the default Share Name of “Term”
       •   Click on the “Permissions” button
       •   Give “Full Control” to Everyone

On Each Workstation
   Create the Mapped Network Drive

       •   Open Windows File Explorer
       •   Right-click on “My Computer” and then select “Map Network Drive”
       •   For the Drive letter, select “T:”
       •   For the Folder, browse to the Server and select the “Term” folder
       •   Make sure the “Reconnect at logon” checkbox is checked
       •   Click on Finish

   Install the Term-PAK Application

       •   This procedure must only be done once, regardless of the number of
           workstations used. This will install the Term-PAK application onto the T drive
           of the server. This procedure must be accomplished from a workstation.
       •   Insert the Term-PAK CDROM
       •   A window should open which shows the contents of the CDROM
       •   Locate the folder named “Termpak” on the CDROM
       •   Locate the file named “Setup.exe” in the Termpak folder. If you don’t see file
           extensions, the icon for this file is a white box with a blue line across the top.
       •   Launch the Setup.exe application
       •   When Setup asks for the Destination Drive, type in “T”
       •   Follow the on-screen instructions
       •   IMPORTANT – When the setup application instructs you to “Insert an MDF
           diskette”, you must press the ESC key.
       •   Exit the Setup application
Edit the termpak.bat file

   •   This procedure must only be done once, regardless of the number of
       workstations used. This procedure will edit the termpak.bat file on the server.
   •   Open Windows File Explorer
   •   Browse to drive T
   •   Click on the Termpak folder
   •   Locate the file named termpak.bat within this folder
   •   Right-click on the termpak.bat file and select “Edit”
   •   Move the cursor down to the second line (cd \termpak) and press Enter. This
       will insert a blank line directly underneath “echo off”.
   •   On this blank line, type “T:”
   •   Move the cursor to the beginning of the line that contains “termpak.exe”
   •   Edit this line so that it reads “command /c termpak.exe”
   •   Select File / Save

Install the USB Key Drivers onto the local Workstation

   •   The USB Key Drivers must be installed onto the local C drive of each
       workstation that will be running Term-LAB.
   •   A USB key must be installed into each workstation that will be running the
       Term-PAK application.

Create a Term-PAK shortcut on your desktop which points to
t:\termpak\termpak.bat

   •   Right-click on a blank area of your desktop.
   •   Select “New / Shortcut”.
   •   For the location, enter “t:\termpak\termpak.bat” and then click “Next”.
   •   Type “Termpak” for the name and then click “Finish”.
   •   Right-click on the new shortcut and select “Properties”.
   •   Click on the “Shortcut” tab and then press the “Change Icon” button. You will
       receive a message stating that “the file contains no icons”. Click “OK”.
   •   Type “t:\termpak\termpak.ico” for the icon file name and then click “OK”.
   •   Click “OK”. Click “OK”.

				
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