This page is the configuration for the "My Apps" tab in D7's main interface, which is used to install, update, configure, and maintain the selected applications.
"My Apps" has a double meaning, they are naturally my apps, but if you have purchased them, they are YOUR apps now.
Application directories for the installers and custom configuration files:
- For dSupport, your custom installer (and branding/INI files) are expected to be located in D7's \dSupport subdirectory.
- If your custom installer is not found, the latest generic installer will be downloaded from www.foolishit.com - this is not recommended with dSupport, even if you have custom INI/logos to install, because your start menu/desktop shortcuts and program name entries will all be generic!
- For Disk Health Monitor, your custom installer (and branding/INI files) are expected to be located in D7's \DHM subdirectory.
- If your custom installer is not found, the latest generic installer will be downloaded from www.foolishit.com
- For dMaintenance, the dMaintenance.exe file (and any custom branding/INI files) are expected to be located in D7's \dMaintenance subdirectory.
- If dMaintenance.exe is not present in the appropriate subdirectory, the latest version will be downloaded from www.foolishit.com
- If you don't use or have not purchased the application, you may uncheck "Enable Installation" to block it from being selected in D7's My Apps tab.
Use /Silent installation switch
- Select to run the appropriate installers with the /silent parameter, which will only prompt you for necessary items.
Install Custom Branding/Config
- This option plants your custom configuration from the appropriate subdirectory after running the install.
- Useful if you have updated your custom branding or app configuration since you have received your custom installer, (or are using the generic installer which is not recommended for dSupport, at least), then you may have a new logo or application INI file you wish to install after running the installer.
- Place your custom branding / INI files the same directory as the installer.
- dMaintenance is completely portable and has no installer, so in order to "install" it you are actually merely copying it to a pre-determined directory on the client's PC.
- Fill in the location you wish to install it under this section. Please exclude the drive letter and colon, as it the system drive / OS partition will automatically be used (usually C:)
- If you leave this section blank, dMaintenance will be installed to \Support\dMaintenance.