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1. Copy the folder gpcnt-rt to C:\Program Files\NMIS. 2. Define the GPCWIN environment variable as follows: (a) Open the Control Panel. (b) Open the System module. (c) Go to the Environment screen (click on Environment tab). 3 Installation of DAUI and IDAS 1. Make a folder whose name corresponds to the version number of DAUI and IDAS in C:\Program Files\NMIS. 2. 2. exe into this folder. 3. In the folder C:\Program Files\NMIS, copy the versions of the DAUI and IDAS programs that you currently are using.
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