Institutional license installation instructions

Institutional licenses differ from individual licenses due to the added feature of the ability to run a predetermined (at time of purchase) number of copies over a Local Area Network .e.g: An university library network.

These licenses are generated for the IP address of the network. To get the license generated, you will need to provide this IP address to MCH upon request. *STATIC IP REQUIRED*

Once you have received the Institutional license code, installing and activating your Physical Chemistry book is a 2 part process.

  • Download and install the viewer on each machine on the network.
  • On each machine, enter your code, when prompted, to download and activate your Physical Chemistry book. You will need to be logged on to the internet.
    There are three options for clients with Institutional licenses.

    1. Internet Option : You can download from the internet for each machine. The Full book is approx 400MB. Using this option on multiple machines could place too much load on your server.
    2. *RECOMMENDED* Windows Share option: We will send you a zip file and you can use the windows share option to install it on all the machines on your machines.
    3.  FTP Option : You can place the zip file we provide you, at a location on your ftp server and use the FTP install option to install the book on all the machines.

As with any other license the first part is the installation of the MCH Multimedia viewer on .

Part A: Install the MCH Multimedia Viewer

      1. Click on the ‘Download’ link in the email you received, which confirmed your order. This will download the MCHPDFviewer.exe file
        Step 1: Download the MCHPDFviewer.exeStep 1a: Download the MCHPDFviewer.exe
      2. Double-click or run the MCH PDFviewer.exe to install the MCH Multimedia Viewer
        Step 2: Install the MCH Multimedia Viewer
        Step2a: Install the MCH Multimedia ViewerStep2b: Install the MCH Multimedia ViewerStep2c: Install the MCH Multimedia ViewerStep2d: Install the MCH Multimedia Viewer
      3. Go to Start>All Programs and look for the recently installed MCH Multimedia Viewer.An icon should also be available on your desktop to allow you to launch the viewer. Note: You viewer may have a more current version number than the one in the screenshot.Step3a: Launch the MCH Multimedia Viewer

Step3: Launch the MCH Multimedia Viewer

 

PART B: Installing the Physical Chemistry Book

There are three options for clients with Institutional licenses. Please pick one

  1. Internet Option : You can download from the internet for each machine.  The Full book is approx 400MB. Using this option on multiple machines could place too much load on your server.
  2. *RECOMMENDED* Windows Share Option: We will send you a zip file and you can use the windows share option to install it on all the machines on your machines.
  3.  FTP Option: You can place the zip file we provide you, at a location on your ftp server and use the FTP install option to install the book on all the machines.

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