Installing WorkSpace on a Drive Other Than C:

Kevin Herrholtz -

It is not possible to install WorkSpace and/or Device Manager on a drive other than the default C: drive. When attempting to change the install path for Device Manager, the program still installs to the default C:\Program Files\eInstruction\Device Manager\ location.

Although it is possible to force WorkSpace to install on another drive, when the program is installed on a drive separate from Device Manager, the Device Manger menu link to WorkSpace will not work. Additionally, the WorkSpace tools will not work with the hardware.

Have more questions? Submit a request


Please sign in to leave a comment.
Powered by Zendesk