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  • Re: installation directory is where??????

    Todd, Thanks for the suggestion and link. I essentially tried this process when I moved the Logos4 data, documents, and user files from my Windows administrator user account (where I had installed Logos4 - see my first post) to my Windows standard user acount (where I wish to use Logos4) in an attempt to avoid having to redownload and reindex everything
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ray on Sat, Apr 10 2010
  • Re: installation directory is where??????

    Richard and Todd (and Dave and Jim), Thank you for your replies and for the links... I too concur with most if not all that Bob wrote. However, IMHO, I think a standard workstation license (or standard desktop plus notebook license) would be best and the current policy is nonsensical. The reason is that only one user can use a workstation/PC/computer
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ray on Fri, Apr 9 2010
  • Re: installation directory is where??????

    Incidently, I am a single user who lives alone. Yet I have multiple user accounts on my one computer. Most people do likewise ... because Windows recommends it... Per standard Windows protocol, I have an Adminstrator user account (for all administrative tasks requiring administrator permissions), a Standard user account (which I use daily and precludes
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ray on Fri, Apr 9 2010
  • Re: installation directory is where??????

    Logos should disclose this in advance rather than surprise users with this fact after installation. Normal Windows procedure is to install new software in an administrative user account (even though you may normally use it in a standard user account) not only because administrative permissions are required for installation but also because doing so
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ray on Fri, Apr 9 2010
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