Re: Release of new version - do we need to download again?

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TCC 12.00.32 Windows 7 [Version 6.1.7600]


On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 12:37, Steve Fábián <> wrote:


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> | Version 12.0 of Take Command, Take Command/LE, and TCC/LE has been
> | released and is available on our web and ftp sites.
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> Is this the build 30 I already installed two days ago, or is it a newer
> build? That's not in the posting.
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#3
---- Original Message ----
From: Jim Cook
To: [email protected]
Sent: Wednesday, 2010. October 27. 15:55
Subject: RE: [Support-t-2377] Re: Release of new version - do we need
to download again?

| TCC 12.00.32 Windows 7 [Version 6.1.7600]

Thanks, your version information tells me that there was a build 31 I never saw and I do need to download again.
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Steve
 
#4
---- Original Message ----
From: Jim Cook
To: [email protected]
Sent: Wednesday, 2010. October 27. 15:55
Subject: RE: [Support-t-2377] Re: Release of new version - do we need
to download again?

| TCC 12.00.32 Windows 7 [Version 6.1.7600]

Thanks, your version information tells me that there was a build 31 I never saw and I do need to download again.
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Steve
I find doing OPTION /U is much easier than downloading.

Joe
 
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From: Joe Caverly
I find doing OPTION /U is much easier than downloading.

I do not. It does not allow me to permanently save the installer (i.e., the raw file that is downloaded) at a known location. I have several hundred builds of JPsoft products in my archives. This allows me to go back to nearly any specific version / build if there is an issue, though only the latest build of any version is actually installed.
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Steve
 
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Steve Fábián wrote:


> From: Joe Caverly
> I find doing OPTION /U is much easier than downloading.
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> I do not. It does not allow me to permanently save the installer (i.e.,
> the raw file that is downloaded) at a known location. I have several
> hundred builds of JPsoft products in my archives. This allows me to go
> back to nearly any specific version / build if there is an issue, though
> only the latest build of any version is actually installed.
Well, maybe not directly but it can be done. Option /U downloads the
installer to e.g., C:\Documents and Settings\Howard\Application Data\JP
Software\Take Command 12.0\updates\Update. Just copy the file from there to
your archive and rename as desired.

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Howard
 
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| Well, maybe not directly but it can be done. Option /U downloads the
| installer to e.g., C:\Documents and Settings\Howard\Application Data\JP
| Software\Take Command 12.0\updates\Update. Just copy the file from there to
| your archive and rename as desired.

Thanks for the path information. My C: drive is tiny, I do my work on a different drive; that's another reason I dislike option/u. I suppose I could instruct the OS to make my "home" directory elsewhere.
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Steve