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===Workstation/Desktop Client===
 
===Workstation/Desktop Client===
The tools can be loaded on any desktop machine. This is the typical usage. To run the tools one must obtain a license or connect to a license server. See more on [[License Management]].
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T-VEC tools are typically loaded on a desktop machine, but to run the tools, you must obtain a license or connect to a license server. See more on [[License Management]].
  
 
===Server (e.g., Citrix)===
 
===Server (e.g., Citrix)===
 
T-VEC tools have been used on server machines such as Citrix.
 
T-VEC tools have been used on server machines such as Citrix.

Revision as of 20:36, 5 February 2007

Each of the three tools:

  • T-VEC Vector Generation System (VGS)
  • T-VEC Tabular Modeler (TTM)
  • Simulink Tester for T-VEC (sl2tvec)

have an installation wizard that runs under Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

Contents

Location

The default and recommended target location for the installation is:

c:\t-vec

It is recommended that these tools not be loaded into locations where there is a space character in the path name.

Privilege

Tools can be installed on any machine, but T-VEC recommends that adminstrative-level privileges be used because the installation creates or updates Windows Registry information. If an installation is performed without adminstrative privileges, the installation is likely to work, but not all features of the tools will operate correctly (e.g., recently loaded project or files).

Workstation/Desktop Client

T-VEC tools are typically loaded on a desktop machine, but to run the tools, you must obtain a license or connect to a license server. See more on License Management.

Server (e.g., Citrix)

T-VEC tools have been used on server machines such as Citrix.