Do this on our download page installer of ID Validation and follow the steps of the installer. It installs all the necessary dependencies (there are none at this time) and the creates corresponding shortcuts in the Start menu.
Please always download the latest version to take advantage of improvements and already not to cause fixed errors.
After starting the installation program, please specify the destination folder where you have the ID Validation with all modules. Within this directory, all files that are used for the execution of the ID Validation and the modules are necessary.
Then, if desired, specify a different directory where you want to store the configuration files. The suggested directory corresponds to the current user directory and subdirectories. These will be automatically created at the first start of the program, if not available.
The shortcuts within the Start menu can be left in the vast majority of cases. Use ID Validation to manual validate a VAT number, we recommend a link in the task bar.
A desktop shortcut for ID Validation is usually useful if you will also use the application for manual queries. This is also possible without licensing.
In this step, please check all your settings again and write down the configuration directory if necessary if you need this at another location (e.g. for application firewall).
Are all settings correct? If not, you have the option to go back here again to make changes.
The installation is now complete. The ID Validation has been successfully installed and you can start it directly from the installer.
After installation, start the ID Validation via the created shortcuts or, if selected, directly from the installation routine out. Now, if you have performed a new installation, you must configure ID Validation with your modules. For more information on basic settings, see the Configuration Documentation.
Since version 1.3.0, you can use the configdir directory (the directory where the) by the installer. Please make sure that the directory is writable. This gives you the option to install on a terminal server or the configuration to enable all users to have identical settings.
With the command line parameter
/configdir="directory" you can pass a different configuration directory to the installation program in the so-called silent mode.