Velixo is typically installed for a single user (the user performing the install). Under some circumstances, it is desirable to install for all the users who may log in to the system. This is particularly useful in multi-user environments such as Citrix or Remote Desktop.
The Velixo installer is configured to provide this capability.
The Velixo Add-in for Excel is compatible with Excel 2010 for Windows and later. For more advanced GI and List features, Velixo recommends a recent version of Excel 365.
Your partner will provide a download link to the installation file. If you do not have that link, you can download the appropriate version of Velixo here.
If you want the most recent version available from our Insider Channel, the current installer works with all of the ERPs supported by Velixo Classic.
If you prefer to get fewer updates each year, you can install from our Annual Channel Release. Choose your ERP and Click on the appropriate link below:
Click on the file and the installer will start.
From the License Agreement display, click the Advanced button.
On the next screen, select Install for all user of this machine.
Note: If you receive the following message...
... you will need to Deploy Velixo Reports using the Command Line method (described next).
Deploying Velixo Reports using the Command Line
System administrators who need need to deploy Velixo to multiple machines at once may want to deploy Velixo Reports via the command line.
msiexec /qb /i VelixoReportsPro.msi MSIINSTALLPERUSER=0
For organizations which need to deploy with no human intervention...
msiexec /qn /i VelixoReportsPro.msi MSIINSTALLPERUSER=0
Notes for System Administrators
When using this method, Velixo will be installed in
C:\Program Files (x86)\Velixo\Velixo Reports Pro for Excel and Acumatica\
For additional users on the machine, Velixo relies on Active Setup (a mechanism for executing commands - once per user - early during login). This effectively runs the same upgrade script for additional users.
Considerations for Multi-user Environments (e.g., Citrix & Microsoft RDS)
Active Setup is executed by explorer.exe on login. For that reason, it does not automatically run in Citrix XenApp / Microsoft RDS published applications; however, there are two workarounds published here. One of the workarounds is to log in at least once in a full desktop session for the user, or to invoke runonce.exe /AlternateShellStartup in a login script.
Uninstalling Velixo Reports
If you uninstall an instance of Velixo that was installed for all users on the machine, the registry key in HKEY_CURRENT_USER is *not* removed for additional users. The administrator will need to to remove these, separately.