Our licence key (or license key) versions of ClaroRead require a licence key before they will run. This is time-consuming to install by hand across many machines. (more…)
ClaroRead Chrome extension uses a number of web services to complete certain tasks. If any of these are blocked in your firewall settings you may notice that certain features are not working correctly. You can use the following page to determine which endpoints your firewall is blocking: ClaroRead Chrome extension Read more…
ClaroUp is our automatic software update program. It only runs when you run a Claro program: it doesn’t run in the background, or when Windows starts up. So it’s quite unobtrusive.
It also doesn’t show itself if the current user is not an Admin on the machine, so it should not bother users on networks or locked-down machines.
However, you may want to disable it entirely. You can do this by writing a per-machine registry key: (more…)
Summary: tells you where ClaroRead saves files on the network/user profile and warns you not to roam the %localappdata% folder.
This guide will show you how to deploy ClaroRead using Windows Server 2012. (more…)
Customers owning a site licence or multi-user licence version of a Claro product are able to distribute that product over multiple computers. This could be done by visiting each computer with the installers on a USB pen drive, and manually installing the product, but this would be very time-consuming. If the computers are connected on a network however it is possible to use Microsoft networking tools to distribute the software from a central location.
How to install from a network share across multiple client machines using a batch .BAT script (more…)
This guide will show you how to deploy ClaroRead using Windows Server 2008. (more…)
This guide will show you how to deploy ClaroRead using Windows Server 2003. (more…)