This section describes how to install and launch Lotus® Expeditor Client onto client machines.
There are several installation methods available. Before you install Lotus Expeditor Client, ensure that each machine on which you are installing meets the client prerequisites.
Installing the Lotus Expeditor Client on the desktop: XPD622
Before you install Lotus Expeditor Client, ensure that each system meets the minimum hardware and software requirements.
Launching the Lotus Expeditor Client on the desktop: XPD622
This topic describes how to start the Lotus Expeditor Client, how the daemon process works, and how an existing process is joined if a new personality is requested.
Installing the Expeditor Client on devices: XPD622
You, as administrator, can assist users in installing Lotus Expeditor Client on to their supported devices. Before installing, ensure that all devices meet the recommended hardware and software requirements.
Launching the Lotus Expeditor Client on devices: XPD622
Review how to launch the Lotus Expeditor Client on Windows®.
Installing with the Network Client Installer: XPD622
Install the Network Client Installer so that users can remotely install the Lotus Expeditor Client, install the administrative components needed on your Portal server, and manage the Lotus Expeditor Client.
Installing and launching the Expeditor Client in a Citrix environment: XPD622
The Lotus Expeditor desktop client can be installed on a Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 running on Windows Server 2003 and, subsequently, published as an application to allow Citrix users access. This section describes the procedures involved for such an installation.
Changing the virtual machine: XPD622
The default virtual machine used by the IBM® Lotus Expeditor platform is the DesktopEE runtime environment. This virtual machine provides sufficient capabilities for the default install set of IBM Lotus Expeditor components. If you need more function, such as Swing, or AWT programming libraries that are provided by the Java™ 2 SE 5.0 virtual machine (VM) , follow the instructions in this section to either use an existing VM on your system or install the IBM Device Runtime Environment (DRE), a separately available product.