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How to upgrade the local Studio to a newer Patch Version?

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Hi all,

can someone explain to me how to upgrade the local Studio to a newer Patch Version?

Since a new Patch is install the local studios are not working anymore, with the message that there is no connection to central.

 

thx in advance

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Re: How to upgrade the local Studio to a newer Patch Version?

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Patch it the same way you would a Central or RAS server. Copy all the patch files to your local machine and run the install.bat; it will skip attempting to patch components you don't have installed (such as Central or RAS) and just patch Studio.

 

If you only have Studio installed there is no need to stop and start any services.

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Re: How to upgrade the local Studio to a newer Patch Version?

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Patch it the same way you would a Central or RAS server. Copy all the patch files to your local machine and run the install.bat; it will skip attempting to patch components you don't have installed (such as Central or RAS) and just patch Studio.

 

If you only have Studio installed there is no need to stop and start any services.

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Re: How to upgrade the local Studio to a newer Patch Version?

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Many Thanks

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