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    In the Start Copying Files dialog box, review the list of Current Settings. If a changed is required, click the Back button. Otherwise, click the Next button to begin. A progress bar will track the status of the files being copied.

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    The installation program will prompt you to install Microsoft Outlook Synchronization. Ensure that Microsoft® Outlook is closed prior to beginning this installation and then click the Yes button. Click Next and when the installation is complete, click the Finish button to close the Synchronization installation.

  • 15.

    When the InstallShield Wizard Complete dialog box displays, click the Finish button to exit.

After the Installation Norton AntiVirus Users: Re-enable Auto-Protect as explained below.

1. From the desktop, click the Start button, point to Programs, Norton AntiVirus, and then click Norton AntiVirus.

  • 2.

    Select Options and then click the Auto-Protect tab.

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    Check the Load Auto-Protect at Startup option and then click the OK button.

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    Click the Yes button when prompted to load Auto-Protect.

  • 5.

    Exit Norton AntiVirus.

After the client/server installation is complete, run CDS and create databases and users. Follow the directions in the CDS Setup section.

Installing CDS on a Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003 Client

There are multiple steps for installing a Client/Server application. First, install Adaptive Server Anywhere and the CDS application on the file server, as documented in the Installation Guide for Servers. After the file server installation is complete, start the Adaptive Server Anywhere application and then install CDS on the workstation.

For peer-to-peer networks, where there is a non-dedicated server (i.e., the server computer is also used as a workstation), the server will have a directory for the Network installation of CDS and a different directory for the Client installation of CDS.

Client Data System® v4.3 - Installation Guide for Workstations Revised: 10-11-04 Page 6

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