MicroStation CONNECT Edition Readme

To Install MicroStation

Note: To discontinue installing the product at any time, click Cancel.
  1. In an Explorer window, double-click the MicroStation setup executable.

    The MicroStation Installation Wizard opens and checks if the required Windows KBs are installed on your machine. If not, you will get an error message with a link to know more about Windows KBs and download them. MicroStation can be installed only after you install the required Windows KBs.

  2. (Optional) To install Descartes for MicroStation as a Companion Feature, turn on the Descartes check box.
  3. (Optional) To install LumenRT CONNECT Edition as a Companion Application, do the following:
    1. Turn on the Bentley LumenRT CONNECT Edition check box.
    2. (Optional) Click the Configure button next to the check box.

      The Installer Wizard displays the different installation paths for LumenRT components.

    3. (Optional) Make the desired configuration settings and return to the Installer Wizard main page.
    4. (Optional) To change the default Application Path, Content Path, or User Document Paths, click the Browse button next to the respective setting; then in the Browse For Folder dialog that opens, select the desired path and click OK.
    5. Click Next.
    6. (Optional) Modify the User Name of Company Name in the respective field.
    7. Click Done.
  4. (Optional) To make changes to the default MicroStation Configuration:
    1. Click the Configure button next to MicroStation CONNECT Edition. The Application Install Location page opens.
    2. To change the path where MicroStation is installed, click the Browse button next to the Application Path field.

      In the Browse For Folder dialog that opens, browse to the drive and folder where you want to install MicroStation, then click OK.

    3. Click Next. The Configuration page opens.
    4. To change the path of Delivered Configuration, click the Browse button next to the Delivered Configuration field.

      In the Browse For Folder dialog that opens, browse to the drive and folder where you want to deliver the default Configuration, then click OK. The location of Delivered Configuration should be from the local machine.

    5. To set up Custom Configuration, select the Custom Configuration (plus Delivered Configuration) radio button. Then click the Browse button next to the Custom Configuration field.

      In the Browse For Folder dialog that opens, browse to the drive and folder where your Custom Configuration is located, then click OK. You can select a network location for Custom Configuration.

      Note: For information on Custom Configuration, refer to the topic Configuration Changes.
    6. Click Next.

      The Features page opens.

    7. In the Feature list, turn on or off the features, as desired.
    8. Click Done.
  5. To read the End-User Licensing Agreement (EULA), click the Licensing Terms link.

    The End-User Licensing Agreement opens in a web browser.

  6. After reading the license agreement, turn on the I accept the End User Licensing Terms check box if you understand and agree to the License Agreement Terms and Conditions.

    Note that agreeing to the license agreement is required in order to install the product. Turning on the check box displays the Cancel and Install buttons at the bottom of the wizard.

  7. Click Install.
  8. Click Finish.
Note: If you uninstall this product through Add/Remove Programs, any files that you created subsequent to the installation of the product will not be deleted. It is recommended that you use Windows Explorer to locate and delete these files, if you so desire.