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    Smartboard 11 - MSI

    Anyone know where I can find an .msi for Smartboard 11? We've got an .EXE installer but it's no use to us as we're trying to deploy it over CC4. I've tried putting it through RM's package installation process which failed miserably.

    I've also tried extracting the .msi from the installer file but when I open the .EXE there is no .msi present.

    This is becoming increasingly frustrating as we need to push Smartboard 11 very soon. You'd think Smart would just publish an .msi to make life easier for everybody!

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    Go on the smart downloads site and look for administrator downloads, there is an msi and all the customization tools as well as offline packages for the interactive tools, learning toolkit and galleries.

    Linky - http://smarttech.com/Home+Page/Suppo...Admin+Software
    Last edited by jamesreedersmith; 28th November 2013 at 10:54 AM. Reason: ETA - SPAG and link added

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    Legendary, thank you guys!

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    Be aware that Smart Notebook 11 only works with the 600 series boards (grey surround), there are compatibility issues with IE10 + SmartInk and it's an absolute resource hog compared to Smart Notebook 10. I would proceed with caution

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Be aware that Smart Notebook 11 only works with the 600 series boards (grey surround), there are compatibility issues with IE10 + SmartInk and it's an absolute resource hog compared to Smart Notebook 10. I would proceed with caution
    Thanks! I was getting around to deploying this. Will have a good test of it first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Be aware that Smart Notebook 11 only works with the 600 series boards (grey surround), there are compatibility issues with IE10 + SmartInk and it's an absolute resource hog compared to Smart Notebook 10. I would proceed with caution
    t does work with 500 series it just grumbles as far as I can see

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    Quote Originally Posted by sted View Post
    t does work with 500 series it just grumbles as far as I can see
    Officially it doesn't and you have to mess with the driver it uses. Not great when you may/may not have many to work with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Officially it doesn't and you have to mess with the driver it uses. Not great when you may/may not have many to work with.
    ive never done anything other than plug the cable in the tray icon has an exclamation on it but its worked

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    Quote Originally Posted by sted View Post
    ive never done anything other than plug the cable in the tray icon has an exclamation on it but its worked
    That's odd - the 500 series boards I've plugged it into refused to work with it. Are you 100% sure it's a 500 series and not something else?

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    We have a few 500 series boards using it. No issues as far as I'm aware!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    That's odd - the 500 series boards I've plugged it into refused to work with it. Are you 100% sure it's a 500 series and not something else?
    yup 580's iirc

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    I think the one's I tried were 530 or 550 maybe, definitely not 580. That may explain it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    I think the one's I tried were 530 or 550 maybe, definitely not 580. That may explain it!
    isnt the only difference the size 580 being 80", 560 being 60" etc?

    just a thought the ones ive tried have had the newer usb conmnections not the serial with ps2 power

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    I think the 500 series I looked at were using Serial to USB adapters (in the cable itself), but this shouldn't make any difference. But you're right, the number equalling the size of the board.



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