Installation

 

 
SuperKey2011tm  Installation Instructions
Network Files
 
 
Network Installation:
 
1. Insert the installation disk into a CD drive either on the network computer or a workstation with appropriate security rights. The installation program should start automatically. If not go to ‘Manually Starting Install’.
 
2. You will be prompted for basic information about the installation. Enter the information that is appropriate for your computer system.
 
3. The installation program will prompt you for a network installation drive and directory. All SuperKey2000 users will need to have full read / write access to this location on the network. You may also want to create additional directories or sub-directories to store the master key systems files you will create.
 
4. The files will then be copied to the network. Note - this procedure only installs the necessary files on the network for common access. See ‘Setting Up Workstations’ to install SuperKey on individual workstations.
 
Registering The Program:
1. Setup one workstation. See ‘Setting Up Workstations’. This is typically the workstation from where the network files were installed but, it doesn’t matter.
 
 
2. Start the program at the workstation. Make sure that the preferences are set for network prior to applying any release codes you receive from Lockshop Software.
 
3. Click Help on the top menu, then click Register.
 
4. Complete the registration form and send it to LockShop Software by any of the supported methods, email (directly from the program), fax or mail. To fax or mail your registration the program will save the registration information to a file in your installation directory. Use your word processor to print the file - ‘Order.txt’ then fax or mail the registration.
 
5. Alternately, you can cut and paste the registration codes into an email. The codes are located at the lower left corner of the registration window.
 
6. Once we receive your registration information we will return the release codes to you via the method of your choice.
 
Note: The network license must be installed before any of the workstations will operate.
 
 
Setting Up Workstations:
1. You must have a mapped drive or access to the location on the network where the SuperKey2000 files are stored.
 
2. Use windows explorer via ‘My Computer’ to navigate to the location on the network where the SuperKey2000 files are installed.
 
3. Click on the ‘Remote’ sub directory.
 
4. Locate and double click the file ‘SuperKey2000.exe’ in the Remote directory.
 
5. You will be prompted for basic information about the installation. Enter the information that is appropriate for your local computer system.
 
6. The installation program will prompt you for an installation drive and directory for the local workstation. You may use the default location of C:\SuperKey2000 or change it to suit your specific needs.
 
7. The program will then be installed. A shortcut will be placed on your desktop to help you start SuperKey quickly.
 
8. Start the program by either double clicking the SuperKey icon on your desktop or click Start -> Program Files -> LockShop Software -> SuperKey 2011.
 
9. The program will appear on your desktop. Note - SuperKey2000 will default to demo mode when it is first installed. You must continue with steps 10 thru 14 for the program to be fully released.
 
10. You must manually set the program for network use. To do this click ‘File’ -> ‘Preferences’ on the top menu.
 
11. Click the ‘Network’ tab.
 
12. Under ‘Program Operation’ click the radio button for ‘Network
 
13. Under ‘Network Directory’ either directly enter the location of the SuperKey2000 network files or click the ‘Select’ button to browse for the location.
 
14. Click ‘OK’.
 
 
Manually Starting Install:
 
1. Insert the installation disk into a CD drive.
 
2. Open ‘My Computer’ to show all available drives.
 
3. Right click the CD drive icon containing the installation disk. You should see an icon of keys.
 
4. Select ‘View’ from the menu.
 
5. Left click the ‘SuperKey2011.exe’ file. The installation should start.

 

 

 


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