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KB-000037: I would like to host the Impatica Presentation Viewer installer files directly on my corporate web server instead of sending my users to the Impatica web site. Can you tell me how to achieve this?

To post the Impatica Presentation Viewer on a corporate web site it is possible to use the files provided in the Impatica Presentation Viewer package. Please follow these steps:
  • For Impatica ShowMate users who are not using Impatica for BES:
    • Download the ImpaticaPresentationViewer.zip package at http://www.impatica.com/bb from a web browser on a desktop computer;
    • Unzip the package to a folder on a web server;
    • Instruct users to launch their BlackBerry Browser and go to the URL of this web server folder;
    • The user will be provided two links located in the included index.html page. They can choose the viewer that corresponds to their BlackBerry Operating System. The graphics below depict how to check your operating system on a BlackBerry:
            


  • For Impatica ShowMate users who are using Impatica for BES:
    • Backup the ImpHandler folder in the Impatica for BES install location: (by default) C:\Program Files\ImpaticaForBES\ImpHandler;
    • Backup and then delete the contents of the Impatica for BES ImpHandler folder: (by default) C:\Program Files\ImpaticaForBES\ImpHandler;
    • Download the ImpaticaPresentationViewerBES.zip package at http://www.impatica.com/downloads/showmate/impviewer/bes/ImpaticaPresentationViewerBES.zip
    • from a web browser on your desktop computer;
    • Unzip the downloaded package to the Impatica for BES install folder/ImpHandler: (by default) C:\Program Files\ImpaticaForBES\ImpHandler;
    • Launch the Impatica for BES Administration Utility;
    • Copy the contents of the ImpHandler folder to a folder on a web server;
    • Instruct users to launch their BlackBerry Browser and go to the URL of this web server folder;
    • The user will be provided two links located in the included index.html page. They can choose the viewer that corresponds to their BlackBerry Operating System. The graphics below depict how to check your operating system on a BlackBerry:
            

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