Ok, than should we assume that Take Command is no longer portable, rather than waste another license trying to install it on a flash drive?Hi,
It looks like the most recent instructions for installing Take Command on a usb flash drive, are not valid for version 19.
Has anyone succeeded in making version 19 portable?
There isn't any way to install TCMD on a thumb drive if you've already installed TCMD on that machine. The only workaround is to uninstall TCMD, install it on the thumb drive, remove the thumb drive, and reinstall TCMD.I wish to install 32-bit Take Command v20 on a flash drive as a portable installation on a USB thumb drive. I have two licenses. But I can't install Take Command from a computer that already has it registered. Any my laptop has 64-bit Windows, so I can't get the 32-bit Take Command. All the test machines that my company delivers are 32-bit Windows 7 machines. How can I install 32-bit Take Command v20 on a USB thumb drive?
You very likely do not want to install Take Command on a flash drive but simply want to run it from there. Run the installer with /extract to extract it to the flash drive.I wish to install 32-bit Take Command v20 on a flash drive as a portable installation on a USB thumb drive.