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nospmas1939 Portable PSI ???
Member 15th Jul, 2009 03:53
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This is terrific software, but I am wondering if there are any plans to make it "Portable".

I am a retiree and I help my neighbours and friends with their computer problems, that is why I would love to see a portable version to install on my flash drive when I "go hunting".

Thanks to one and all.

Maurice Joyce RE: Portable PSI ???
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I do the same sort of thing as U. Not sure how your request can be achieved - PSI is web based.

I install PSI advanced for them & teach them how to use it or hook up to their machines via Radmin & activate the installed PSI remotely.

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nospmas1939 RE: Portable PSI ???
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Thanks for the thoughts. I don't expect the "signatures' to be on the flash disk, which, I imagine would be rather expansive!!

As for setting up such s'ware and hoping that (elderly) users will automatically update them and run them...........I'll start believing in the tooth fairy first.

I've set up 4 computers and every time I visit the users, I end up refreshing all the s'ware myself. I've even set up tasks in the "Scheduled Tasks" and I find that 50% of them have not run due to the users not logging on t the appointed time.

Oh well.........keeps me busy.

Regards.

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Maurice Joyce RE: Portable PSI ???
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I suffer the same problems hence Radmin & a remote connection.

I have yet to work out how one 80 year old sent an email to her daughter in Canada & ended up removing the drivers from her printer!

According to the lady in question this strange behaviour is caused when U press the send button in Microsoft Outlook - investigations continue!!!

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Anthony Wells RE: Portable PSI ???
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Hi Maurice ,

Did the Email & the drivers all reach Canada safely ?? Maybe Outlook has mutated to Out of Sight ??

So many questions & so few answers . Looking forward to your update .

Take care & Bonne Journée
Anthony.

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