NVivo 10 for Windows
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Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2 Express Edition. QuickTime Player 7 (for 32-bit only) Windows Media Player 11. Adobe Flash Player 11 (NVivo 10 Windows Service Pack 2 or later) If you plan to store the data centrally using NVivo Server, you do not need to install the SQL Server Express component that is bundled in the NVivo installer.
This topic describes how to deploy NVivo 10 Windows using Citrix
NVivo 10 Windows Service Pack 2 (or later) allows users to work with YouTube videos (collected with NCapture). To play YouTube videos, users need to have Adobe FlashPlayer 11 and Internet Explorer 8 (or later).
NVivo 10 Windows Service Pack 5 (or later) provides streamlined import from Evernote. To support the import of audio files from Evernote, QuickTime Player 7 (a 32-bit component) is now required for both 32- and 64-bit versions of NVivo 10 Windows.
NOTE This topic has not yet been updated to include installation of QuickTime for the 64-bit version of NVivo 10 for Windows.
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The 32-bit and 64-bit versions of NVivo 10 Windows have been tested, on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, running Citrix
If you choose to publish NVivo 10 Windows on Citrix
If the Citrix
Purchase an enterprise license for NVivo—this means you only need to use one license key to activate NVivo for all the users in your site. For more information, refer to Understand licensing for NVivo.
On Windows Server 2008 or later, Windows Media Player is disabled by default. However, if users would like to work with audio and video formats in NVivo 10, you may need to turn on ‘Desktop Experience’ on the server via the Windows Server 2008 Server Manager.
Process for deploying NVivo 10 Windows using Citrix
The overall process for deploying NVivo using Citrix
NOTE Your users may also want to use NCapture—a free web browser extension that enables users to gather material from the web to import into NVivo 10 Windows (or later). We recommend that you install NCapture on the client computers rather than the XenApp server.
Extract the NVivo 10 Windows program files
NVivo needs the following prerequisite software which is included in the NVivo installer.
Windows Installer 4.5
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2 Express Edition
QuickTime Player 7 (for 32-bit only)
Windows Media Player 11
Adobe Flash Player 11 (NVivo 10 Windows Service Pack 2 or later)
If you plan to store the data centrally using NVivo Server, you do not need to install the SQL Server Express component that is bundled in the NVivo installer.
If the prerequisite software is already installed on your XenApp server, you do not need to install them again. If your users will not be working with audio or video files, then you do not need to install QuickTime Player or Windows Media Player. You can extract the files from the NVivo installer so that you can install only the software that you need. If you need any of the prerequisite software, you can download it—refer toSoftware download locationsfor more information.
The MSI file and application files can be extracted from the NVivo 10 installer using one of the commands below. This creates a number of folders containing application files along with the QSR NVivo 10.msi file.
For 32-bit installations, use: NVivo10.x86.exe /a
For 64-bit installations, use: NVivo10.x64.exe /a
Install NVivo 10 Windows on the XenApp Server
Follow these steps to install NVivo using the setup wizard:
Locate and double-click the Windows Installer Package for NVivo that you extracted earlier:
QSR NVivo 10.msi
Follow the prompts to:
Install any prerequisite components. You may be asked to restart your computer—on restart the installation will continue automatically.
Accept the license agreement.
Confirm the location of NVivo program files and choose to include and NVivo icon on your desktop.
Choose the supplementary add-ons that you want to install. NCapture is a browser extension that allows you to gather material from the web. The NVivo Add-In for OneNote allows you to bring your OneNote content into NVivo.
Click Install and the installation confirmation is displayed.
NOTE If you plan to publish NCapture on the XenApp Server, you also need to install and publish Internet Explorer 8 (or later).
Enter and activate your license
You need to activate your NVivo license—this is a simple and secure process that ensures valid licenses are used to operate the software.
We recommend that XenApp deployments have an enterprise license. This means you only need to use one license key to activate NVivo for your site.
You can carry out all, some, or none of the steps below on behalf of the user. For example, you could enter the license key for the user and leave the license activation and user profile for the user to fill in later.
To enter and activate a license:
- Start NVivo.
On the Welcome to NVivo 10 dialog box, choose to trial the software or enter the license key, and then click OK.
On the License Activation dialog box, enter your details. Fields marked with an asterisk (*) must be completed.
(Optional) On the User Profile dialog box, you are prompted to set up the default NVivo user profile. You can enter a temporary name and initials or press Cancel. Users will be prompted to enter this information when they run NVivo.
Publish NVivo 10 Windows as an application in XenApp
Once you have installed NVivo on the XenApp Server, you can publish it from theso that it is available to users.
To launch the Publish Application wizard:
From the XenApp console, under
From the Action menu, select Publish application.
The Publish Wizard dialog box opens.
Follow the steps in the wizard as described below:
|1 - Welcome|
|2 - Name|
|3 - Type|
|4 - Location|
|5 - Servers|
|6 - Users|
|7 - Shortcut presentation|
|8 - Publish|
Software download locations
The NVivo 10 (32-bit and 64-bit) installer packages are available for download from the QSR website. Later releases of these components may become available. However we recommend that you use the versions listed below, as these have been tested with NVivo 10.
Installing NVivo 10 and its prerequisites requires Windows Installer 4.5, which can be downloaded (if not already installed).
Windows Installer Packages for NVivo 10’s prerequisites are available for download using the following links:
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 (231 MB)
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2 Express Edition (x86) - For the 32-bit version of NVivo 10 only (110 MB)
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2 Express Edition (x64) - For the 64-bit version of NVivo 10 only (122 MB)
QuickTime Player 7.7 - For the 32-bit version of NVivo 10 only (37.1 MB)
Windows Media Player 11 (x86) - For Windows XP only (24.5 MB)
Adobe Flash Player 11 (16.0 MB)
Is Windows Media Sharing supported in Windows Server 2008?
I am using Server 2008 RC0 now for a month, and I cannot find a way to use Windows Media Sharing, I’ve found out that the 'Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service' is missing in local services page and also these files are missing in 'Program FilesWindows Media Player' folder:
And also a file missing from 'WindowsSystem32'
These are what I’ve found by comparing my Vista Ultimate with Server 2008, Also the 'Tools->Options->Library->Configure Sharing' is disabled in Windows Media Player 11 in Server 2008.
Ie 10 Server 2008 R2
So my question is that Will windows media sharing be supported in release version of Windows Server 2008 or is it possible to install this feature somehow (I’ve tried to install the service manually from registry but somewhere it gets an error), because I need this on my server 2008.
Update #1: Here is the answer from Microsoft Technet:
Install Windows Media Player 11 On Server 2008 R2 Iso
It’s not implemented as a feature and is thus not available. You do have media services which will let you serve content from your server. If you really really need it in your network I’d recommend installing Vista on server hardware.
So, As I see they (Microsoft GUYS) doing it again (Leave things just for VISTA) so I’ll see what I can do about this service…
Internet Explorer 11 For Server 2008 R2
So If I see something new I’ll let you know, and if you found something please leave me a comment,