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Install Torpedo Remote v5 on an offline computer

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WARNING: Your Torpedo should have first been registered using an online computer before any offline installation.

To install Torpedo Remote v5 on an offline computer, follow these steps:

 

- Download the proper installer from the Two notes website and copy it on a USB key

- Go to your online License & Cabinet Manager and download you Virtual Cabinets File

Virtual Cabinets File

- Copy the Virtual Cabinets File (LicensePackage.tnlp) on the USB key

- Plug the USB key in your offline computer

- Copy and launch Torpedo Remote v5 installer

- Once installed, launch Torpedo Remote v5 and click the Guest button on the Sign in window

Guest

 - The Torpedo Remote v5 main window should then pop up

- Click on the User menu / Load Your Virtual Cabinets File item

- Select the LicensePackage.tnlp copied on your USB key and press Open

- The cabinets import process starts. It could take a couple of minutes depending on the number of cabinets you own.

- Once done, click on the User menu / Sign in item to enable the license installed from the LicensePackage.tnlp file.

- The Sign in window pops up, enter your email address and your password (The one used during your Two notes account creation), click on Remember me then press Sign in.

- You are ready now to plug your Torpedo in your offline computer.

 

Attachments:
VirtualCabinetsFile.PNG VirtualCabinetsFile.PNG
SignAsGuest.PNG SignAsGuest.PNG
LoadVirtualCabinetsFile.PNG LoadVirtualCabinetsFile.PNG
SignIn.PNG SignIn.PNG

 
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