Installing Right Click Tools Community
Right Click Tools Basic System Requirements
- Windows Operating System
- ASP.net 4.7 or higher
- Functional ConfigMgr Client
How to get Right Click Tools Community
Right Click Tools Community is available from the Recast website at https://www.recastsoftware.com. If you scroll down to the bottom of the page you can enter your information to receive a confirmation email with the download link.
<If you are installing Right Click Tools for the first time, you will have access to a 30 day trial of the Enterprise tools. Please check out our website for more information about the difference between the Community and Enterprise versions of Right Click Tools. What's the Difference Between Community and Enterprise>
After your download has completed, close all open ConfigMgr consoles. Then double click on the installer .msi to install. The installer will open and you should click "Next" to continue.
In the screen that follows select the Recast RCT Community version.
<You can optionally select add RCT Builder to all console nodes and skip in console permissions checks. This will add RCT Builder to all the nodes in the ConfigMgr console. However after your Enterprise trial ends, you will not be able to use RCT builder. Similarly if you select to Skip in console permissions checks all tools will appear as if they are available. However, after your Enterprise trial ends you will only be able to run the tools that are available to the community.>
The next screen will remind you that you will have access to a 30 day trial of the Enterprise Version of the software.
The install will continue, and when it is finished, this screen will appear.
There are some settings that will be useful to add to the Configure Recast RCT application so that Right Click Tools will run smoothly.
Click the start menu and open Configure Recast RCT
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