With Hyland’s ClickOnce technology, software is installed on a user’s workstation as an instance specific to both the package being deployed and the user profile currently logged onto the machine. For example, Unity can be installed multiple times for any given user with one instance pointed to production and another one pointed to test. This is very useful during an upgrade when the two versions don’t match, but what if they do and you want to install Unity just once, allowing the user to choose which environment they connect to? By customizing the deployment package settings, you can! Here’s how.
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