This is probably a really really stupid question... however....
I've just tried to install the QVplugin on my local machine, I did have 9 installed but I removed it and took the 11 exe from our server.
When I run this, it installs QVpluginsetup which is visible in control panel. I was expecting just to see QVplugin in there as per the version 9, not with 'setup' attached to it as this implies there is further setup required?
When I go to the access point, I am only getting the full browser option, the plugin is not an option there....
One more thing , are you using window 8 version in your system. In case if you are using the window 8 version than you will face this roblem because version 8 is not supporting this till QV 11 SR 1.
I am using a win7 x64 machine but we have tried an x86 also.
The MS installer hasn't prompted me for any updates so I assume it is the latest one.
I might have to get the latest server download and see if I can extract the plugin from that, its very strange!
Just for your information after some verification have been done on my environment. I will still have the "Internet Explorer Plugin" option available on Access Point even without QVPlugin installed.
Meanwhile, the newer version of QV Plugin's installed program name is "QVPluginSetup" and it's working perfectly for me.
Try to check through your QV Server and Client 's event log for any error being logged.
do you have access to the QlikView Management Console?
If yes, check the box "Show Link" in QlikView Web Servers:
As you know, there is no need to have the PlugIn for users which have the "fat client".
Users without the fat client should use the link (visible on the access point) to install only the PlugIn.
Thank you, downloading the plugin is not a problem, I can get it from the access point link and I have also taken a copy of it directly from the folder on the server
The issue seems to be with the install but I will continue to play!
Are you using the IE X64? That might be your problem.
could you please point out how I can enable the IE plugin option, i.e. where inside the QMC.
And does this directly affect the way in which I open it from Access Point; do I have to select 'open with IE plugin' or something similar?