Difference between revisions of "Installation"

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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), because T-VEC uses the registry and this is created during installation.
 
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), because T-VEC uses the registry and this is created during installation.
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====Training Configuration====
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For the purpose of training and use of the installed TTM examples, it is necessary for users to have permission to perform compilation. In some cases it is necessary to compile a test driver with the target under tests to support test execution.
  
 
===Workstation/Desktop Client===
 
===Workstation/Desktop Client===

Revision as of 16:46, 10 April 2007