Back in 2019 I figured this out but its been a while... I have an old install file that I created back then I named: qqubeinstallwoVSTO (did I make this or download it?)
The QQUBE server is separately hosted on its own server.
What I find if I just try to install, the default option is server and the other options are grayed out. If I try to install the file I made back in 19, it correctly picks the user install option.
Is there an updated document I can follow to install just the user portion on a server running RDS?
The installer has many changes and improvements from 4 years ago.
It now defaults to the allowed options to prevent users from making mistakes during the installation because they either did not know the implementation guides existed, or purposely neglected to read them. Nobody likes to read.
Problem is, Intuit doesn't give developers direct access to the database, so we have honed a set of steps to ensure that (a) there are no surprises, and (b) things work the way they are supposed to.
The changes we made effectively saved us a ton of resources since we no longer had to deal with problems due to improper installation or a faulty installer. It allowed us to put more resources into the actual data models. Help desk should be a last resort - not a primary arbiter of issues.
Here are some of the major changes:
The file you mentioned was probably something we had in the early days of that particular installer - before we had implemented better methods which are available now. Just the name invokes ghosts of a separate installer to get around Excel Ad-In installer issues mentioned above.
If you have a particular problem I would submit a private ticket so that an engineer can assist you with any specific installation issues.
FWIW, I actually read your install guides :D They were incredibly helpful.. Here I am 5+ years later, rebuilding stuff after that V10 upgrade .. old dog learning new tricks. I will open a private ticket. Have a nice weekend everyone
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