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Sophora DeskClient Installation Guide

In this guide we'll run you through the installation of the DeskClient application on your system.

Archived documentation for Sophora 3. End-of-support date for this version: 7/25/21

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Before you begin

Before installing the DeskClient, please check that you meet the minimum system requirements.

Installing the DeskClient on Windows

1. Download the ZIP archive from the shared download site.

2. Extract the downloaded file to your desired installation directory. This can be done in the File Explorer with the built-in program for unzipping files. Just right-click on the ZIP archive, select Extract All... and follow the instructions. Note that the installation directory must not contain any special characters such as commas.

3. Run the DeskClient application from your installation directory: Enter the DeskClient folder and double-click on the deskclient.exe file.

Installing the DeskClient on macOS

1. Download the signed disk image (DMG) from the shared download site.

2. Extract the downloaded file to your desired installation directory: Double-click on the disk image and drag the DeskClient application from the image to the desired installation location (usually /Applications or user folder). This is important for macOS 10.12 and later, because running a newly-downloaded application from a disk image, archive, or the Downloads directory will cause the system to isolate that application at an unspecified read-only location in the filesystem. This will prevent the application from working correctly. Also note that the installation directory must not contain any special characters such as commas.

3. Run the DeskClient application from your installation directory: Just double-click on the DeskClient.app file.

Next Steps

Learn more about working with Sophora DeskClient in the User Guide section.
If you are an administrator, please also read the additional information on how to customize the DeskClient.

Last modified on 11/18/20

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