Hmz, I don't see the "extra links", so apparently my user-account doesn't have enough permissions :--)
I'll call our Qlikview partnermanager. Thanks for the feedback!
PS: 1 related question: I heard that it is not possible to run multiple Qlikview versions (like QV 10 and 11).
 is that true?
 if so, what is the easiest workaround for me as I have 1 customer working in v10 and 1 working in v11
From version 11 on, the installer asks to delete or update your current installation of QlikView, so it seems you only are able to have one version of QlikView running. Although this is true, the Release Notes of version 11 have a Cross release compatibility procedure so you have both versions running. Copied from the PDF document:
It is not possible to have multiple versions of QlikView Desktop installed, i.e. the QlikView 11 Desktop
installer will overwrite a QlikView 10 Desktop installation. However, the QlikView 11 Desktop executable file
can be copied to any location on the hard drive and run from there without conflicting with the installed
QlikView version. In order to run multiple versions of QlikView Desktop on a single machine, please follow
a) Uninstall prior version
b) Install QlikView Desktop v11
c) Copy the QV.exe file to a new, safe location
d) Uninstall QlikView Desktop v11
e) Install prior version
Following this procedure, you end up with a working version 11 QV.exe, but the operating system treats the
prior version as your primary version of QlikView.
Hope that helps.
For those still interested in this post :
I have successfully installed V9 on my PC in addition to my V11.
When I was prompted to select the path where I want to install the V9, instead of C:\program files\QlikView, I chose C:\program files\QlikView V9
Now I have the two versions successfully running. The thing to notice is the default version version associated to the .qvw files is the last used version (on windows 7).