Appendix D: Glossary
The “Installer” component of Windows Installer technology; Antidote’s main installation file. The file can be downloaded.
The “Patch” component of Windows Installer technology. It can be used with any version of the MSI file for the corresponding edition of Antidote.
MST File (ReseauAntidote.MST, ReseauConnectix.MST)
The “TRANSFORMS” component of Windows Installer technology; the configuration file used by an MSI installer. These files are created by the Multi-User Manager.
INI File (ReseauAntidote.INI, ReseauConnectix.INI)
The configuration file which specifies how Antidote is to be installed in other software (Force, Prohibit, or Offer the option). These files created or modified by the Multi-User Manager. They are “stored” (encapsulated) in the corresponding MST file. The installation process extracts it and places it in the correct folder. A copy of this file is created alongside the corresponding MST file. It can serve as an initial configuration that is open and then modified by the Multi-User Manager.
An application that allows you to create or modify a configuration file (actually a pair of files: the INI et MST for each product: Antidote and Connectix), used by the Antidote and Connectix MSI files. The Multi-User Manager can be run from any workstation and does not require the installation. The latest version of this application can be downloaded from your Multi-User Client Portal.
The process or application that allows you to obtain a more recent version of the same edition of Antidote (e.g. Antidote Antidote 10 v1 to v2). These updates can be downloaded from our website for free.
The process of obtaining changing from an earlier edition to the current edition of Antidote (e.g. Antidote 9 to Antidote 10). License upgrades must be performed through Druide informatique.