19719Re: [NTB] Added /usb command-line switch. Use it when you want to run NoteTab fr
- May 1, 2007Hi John,
Thanks for the answer. Network security policies
preven my installing executables (.bat, .exe)
on USB drives. I use flash ROMs for document
and library storage only.
I would personally be OK with running executables
from a USB drive, but my (computer-phobic) clients
would not be. It'd be like hotwiring a car. Not
exactly the Windows norm of starting programs
from the start menu or the desktop (from shortcuts).
I too use a batchfile to start NoteTab, but its
located on the hard disk, and does not break the
link. But there are still many problems, especi-
ally in installing the batchfile. For example,
picture a novice user trying to assign a NoteTab
icon to the batchfile shortcut.
I'm simply looking for a cleaner way to do this.
--- In email@example.com, "John Mitchell" <notetab@...> wrote:
> You are not missing anything but there is an easy workaround. Suppose
> you have installed NTB in a directory called NOTETAB on your USB stick.
> In the root of your USB drive create a command called NTB.BAT with the
> start .\notetab\notepro.exe /usb
> That should do it.
> Regards, John M
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