Double click the installer and follow the
(NOTE: The installation program may find files
resident on your PC, which are newer than the files the installation
program wants to install. You will be asked if you want to
keep the newer files. ALWAYS answer "yes".)
B. Configuring the demo to run as a full version
Log on to your machine and launch Soloist:
Soloist.exe. (If you’re going to use this a lot, it’s
worth creating a shortcut on your desktop or in your Quicklaunch
Via CTRL-SHIFT-F10, you will access the local
configuration file for Soloist, which may require the password
access of "sansonly"... or not.
Review the field of tab selections now displayed
and select "Other". You will find a line, the last,
on which you will enter the IP address for the server running
the SANS Concurrent Controller – "hermes.andover.edu".
After typing in the address, check your work, then simply
press "OK". (If you are not the owner of the machine
and hence the administrator, you may need help with this.
On school-owned machines, I can do this for you).
Close Soloist, and re-launch. This process will automatically
remove the local registration code, and direct Soloist to the
Concurrent Controller, to obtain registry. You must confirm
this action (click "OK"), during the process.
Test your work, and give us a call with any issues!
Note: When you open the "Tools" menu (right click
anywhere on the Soloist panel), if you do not see those you need,
go to the "Save Recordings/Editing" tab (via Shift+Control+F10)
and select the first box on the bottom half of the panel under "Editing". Click to activate the tools you want.
Don't forget that we in the LLC can help you with any of this!
One last thing for real bleeding edge freaks... If you want the most, most recent version, download the update... It is a .zip file. Open it, follow the instructions in the "read-me" file.