Installation / Quick Start Guide

Product Release Information

Product: Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools
Release Number: 1.0.0.7
Release Date: 2015/08/04
Customer Support: For more information or support, please visit our website or e-mail us at lynn.hazelbaker@okstate.edu or veanna.carr@okstate.edu.

Introduction

This document describes how to install and get started with Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools.

A glossary is provided to assist with the variety of acronyms and terminology used.

Minimum System Requirements

System requirements are described in the release notes.

Installation

What other software must be installed first?
Before you can use this product, you must install the following pre-requisite packages. NOTE: The ClickOnce installer DOES attempt to install these packages if they are NOT already installed on the end user's system:
How do I install Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools?
Please follow these steps:
  1. (Optional) Ensure the pre-requisites are installed with Administrator privileges.
  2. Launch the Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools ClickOnce Install Page.
  3. Click "Install" toward the bottom of the page to download and open setup.zip.
  4. Once the setup.zip archive is opened, launch setup.exe and follow the cues to install needed pre-requisites and the Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools application. Administrator privileges are NOT needed for this step IF the pre-requisites have already been installed.
How can I authorize users for Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools?
  1. "Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools" requires users to have membership in both the PP_FloorPlans and PP_FloorPlans_Tools AD/LDAP groups in "ad.okstate.edu/STW/PHYSICAL PLANT/Groups". This application is intended only for select Facilities Management staff, who should already be members of PP_FloorPlans. Contact Lynn Hazelbaker at 744-6959 to discuss adding a user to the PP_FloorPlans_Tools group.
How can I uninstall Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools from Windows 8, 7 or Vista?
  1. "Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools" can be removed from "Control Panel-->Programs--> Uninstall a program" or "Control Panel-->Programs and Features".
  2. To completely clear the ClickOnce application cache (such as for errors trying to reinstall the application) run the following command from the Windows Command Line utility: " rundll32 dfshim CleanOnlineAppCache"
How can I uninstall Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools from Windows XP?
  1. "Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools" can be removed from "Control Panel-->Add/Remove Programs".
  2. To completely clear the ClickOnce application cache (such as for errors trying to reinstall the application) run the following command from the Windows Command Line utility: "rundll32 dfshim CleanOnlineAppCache"
What if I encounter problems?
The application should be installed with Administrator privileges. Contact OSU Facilities Management (FM) Information Technology (IT) for assistance with this. This application and installation also requires the client computer be configured to the OSU intranet and domain for Authenticode and SSL certificate trust. For problems installing or uninstalling, it may be useful to remove the application from the Windows Control Panel Programs list, and run the following command from the Windows Command Line utility: "rundll32 dfshim CleanOnlineAppCache".

Getting Started

How can I quickly get started using Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools?
  1. Launch the application from the Windows Desktop or from the Start Menu (i.e. Start-->All Programs-->OSU Office of Facilities Information-->Geospatial Systems Floor Plan Tools).
  2. Once the application has launched, choose "File-->Open Clean Drawing".
  3. Select a building and a floor, and click Open.
  4. Provide your O-Key login credentials for access to the floor plan drawings.
  5. You should now see a drawing. You may now repeat steps 2-3 to choose another drawing.
  6. Explorer the many tools available in the "Markup and Measure" ribbon tab. See the Autodesk Design Review Users' Guide for help with these and other tools.
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