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    Hi All,
    The school i have started to look after have brought some XP machines. These wont show the core programs which the RM machines show....Any help with this? Do i just need to add them to the desktop? And also where is the RM default profile as anything i do add to the all users desktop doesnt show! Thanks all!

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    Bit more info needed, is this vanilla machines onto a CC3/CC4 network?

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    have you run the RM commissioning program to install the RM stuff?

    I can't remember where is is located, as it is a while since i last used an RM network.

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    CC3 Sorry! RM commisioning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginger9991 View Post
    Hi All,
    The school i have started to look after have brought some XP machines. These wont show the core programs which the RM machines show....Any help with this? Do i just need to add them to the desktop? And also where is the RM default profile as anything i do add to the all users desktop doesnt show! Thanks all!

    You need to read:
    How to add a Microsoft® Windows® XP computer to Community Connect 3 network using RM SmartClient
    Published Date : 31 May 2006 Last Updated : 29 Apr 2008 Content Ref: TEC406091

    Have you access to the RM Website and login details to read the above TEC 406091 article?
    Moriarty...

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    No i dont! is there anyother way i can get it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginger9991 View Post
    No i dont! is there anyother way i can get it?
    I can email it to you if you can give me an address...

    Shh...dont tell everyone!

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