To change the Quickmap data directory to another location, either run QUtility.exe (found in \\QMap\Utility\) and browse to the new data directory location. Alternatively you can change the value of the following registry key: (Quickmap Version 8) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Custom Software\Quickmap\Config\DataDir (Quickmap Continue reading How To Change The Quickmap Data Directory
To uninstall Quickmap 7, run Programs and Features (called Add/Remove Programs in older versions of Windows) from the Windows Control Panel. Select the version of Quickmap you wish to uninstall from the list (if you have installed Quickmap 8, Quickmap Continue reading How To Uninstall Quickmap 7
When uninstalling Quickmap version 7, you may find that despite leaving the “Remove Data Folder” option unticked, the data folder is removed anyway. This can happen if your data folder resides within the Program Folder and you ticked the option Continue reading Uninstalling Quickmap 7 Removes The Data Folder
When installing Quickmap, you may get this error: Failed(2) to set data directory \\server\folder\ This happens when you run the installation under a user account that doesn’t have the permission to save to the following registry location: HKEY_CLASS_ROOT\Quickmap\Config\Datadir To fix Continue reading Failed(2) To Set Data Directory
If you want to find out where Quickmap is installed, you can do this by opening Help from the Quickmap menu and clicking About Quickmap. The Program Folder section will tell you where Quickmap is installed, and the Data Folder section will Continue reading How Can I Tell Where QuickMap Is Installed?
When trying to run Quickmap, you get this error: Quickmap Cannot View This File Version. Please Update Your Quickmap Software And Try Again. Upgrade Required or this error: Quickmap could not find the file \\server\folder\QMap\Data\Topo\nz.lvl (or similar) This is because Continue reading Quickmap Cannot View This File Version
If you are changing domains, you shouldn’t have to make any changes to your Quickmap installations unless you have stored Quickmap data server share names using the FQDN, assuming that all the user permissions remain the same. For example, if Continue reading Changing Domain Names And Quickmap