How to install TestTaker

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Introduction
How to install MAP TestTaker.

Steps
Windows and Windows Server
TestTaker on Windows is portable. This means that once you have installed TestTaker, you can copy the application folder (named TestTkr by default) to another computer, or to a server location. To install TestTaker:
  1. Navigate to the TestTaker download page. This link requires you to log in to the Reports site.
  2. Click the appropriate link to download TestTaker for your operating system.
  3. Launch the file MAP TestTakerInstaller. The InstallShield Wizard appears.
  4. Click Next. The minimum requirements screen appears.
  5. Click Next. The Choose Destination Location screen appears.
  6. (Optional) To install TestTaker on a server or a location other than the default:
    1. Click Browse.
    2. Specify an install location. If you are installing on a server, this should be a shared network location.
    3. Click OK.
  7. Click Next. The screen to choose your NTE folder appears.
  8. (Optional) If you know where the NTE folder is located:
    1. Click Browse.
    2. Specify the shared NTE folder location.
    3. Click OK.
  9. Click Next. If you chose not to enter an NTE folder location, click No on the warning. TestTaker will prompt you for an NTE folder location on launch.
  10. TestTaker will complete installing. Click Finish.
Mac:
TestTaker on Mac is not portable, and should not be installed in a server location. You must install TestTaker on each student computer.
  1. Navigate to the TestTaker download page. This link requires you to log in to the Reports site.
  2. Click the appropriate link to download TestTaker for your operating system. Note that there are different versions of TestTaker for Intel Macs.
  3. Copy the TestTaker application to the Applications folder, or to an alternate install location.
You will be able to select the NTE folder location when you first launch the TestTaker application. Follow from step 2 in How to change NTE path on a Mac for help finding the NTE file on the server.

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