Educational Software Thread, How to remove Smartnotebook Maths tools in Technical; Installed v10 of the Smartnotebook and now found I have Smart Maths tools asking to be registered. Dont recall seeing ...
24th May 2011, 08:46 AM #1
How to remove Smartnotebook Maths tools
Installed v10 of the Smartnotebook and now found I have Smart Maths tools asking to be registered. Dont recall seeing an option to install this and we dont need it. If I wait till the 30 days lapse will it stop nagging or can I uninstall it (or stop it nagging) before then. Cant see a separate uninstall?
Think I just found the answer SmartBoard
Looks like it will dissapear by itself
Last edited by TechSupp; 24th May 2011 at 08:55 AM.
24th May 2011, 10:39 AM #2
If you're installing in a school, you should use the 'Administrators Downloads' version of the installer, using the Smart Install Manager to generate a transform file which specifies what gets installed and where.
SMART Notebook software for Windows - SMART Technologies
24th May 2011, 10:57 PM #3
Thanks, in primary, so not many to install and msi more time than needed. Anyway found reg setting to disable it and welcome screen etc. Now it starts up relatively quick. Just need to run reg file on logon, suggestions? Its a 2008 server.and have been told can do it via gpo but dont know how yet or where settings are. Thats the next job, unless someone can point me in right direction.
31st May 2011, 03:50 PM #4
- Rep Power
Hi TechSupp, just in the process of doing this myself.
What registry keys did you change?
31st May 2011, 04:00 PM #5
When you're installing it there's option to disable it from the start using parameters ENABLE_MATH_TRIAL 0
Originally Posted by timlineuk
As to what it changes in registry, might be worth taking a peak then deploying the change :P
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