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* Quit the application by clicking the Quit button or stopping the service
 
* Quit the application by clicking the Quit button or stopping the service
 
* Move the entire Trac application directory to another location on the server
 
* Move the entire Trac application directory to another location on the server
* Delete the All Users 4D folder (C:\Users\All Users\AppData\4D)
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* Delete the 4D Folder (it's located in C:\ProgramData\4D or C:\Users\All Users\Appdata\4D)
 
* Start the Trac application from the new location<br /><br />
 
* Start the Trac application from the new location<br /><br />
  

Latest revision as of 15:54, 11 June 2020

Tech Documentation

Introduction
Terms and Definitions
Installation Options
Server Requirements
Windows Installation
Installation Directory
Data Execution Prevention
Install as a Service
Internet Information Services (IIS)
SSL Encryption
Set Up the Mail Server
Authentication Options
Student and Course Imports
Change the Windows Installation Directory

You can move your installation to another directory or folder on your Windows server if you do not want it to run directly from the C: drive. Just follow the steps below to move the Trac installation folder and application. Because the application does not install registry keys, it can simply be moved on the server.

  • Quit the application by clicking the Quit button or stopping the service
  • Move the entire Trac application directory to another location on the server
  • Delete the 4D Folder (it's located in C:\ProgramData\4D or C:\Users\All Users\Appdata\4D)
  • Start the Trac application from the new location

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