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05 Feb 2014 21:40 #1619 by nelmedia
nelmedia created the topic: Are updated apps required from v3 to v4?
Doing a test upgrade from v3 to v4 and already have the previous apps from v3 (FreeMind, Adobe, Flash, etc.) already packaged for install. I don't have DoroPDF yet, but will. My question - is it a requirement to upgrade the existing apps for v4 tests to work correctly?


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05 Feb 2014 22:06 #1620 by d.geerlings
d.geerlings replied the topic: Are updated apps required from v3 to v4?

Any version of Adobe Reader, Microsoft Office, Flash player and Java will do assuming they are somewhat recent (Office 2003 or later for example). VSI 4 uses a portable version of Freemind instead of a locally installed version. You can also disable PDF printing using a checkbox in the management console instead of having to install the PDF printer.

Also have a look at our upgrade guide found in the documentation under other documents ( www.loginvsi.com/documentation/Main_Page )

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