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Change from Intuity Mode to IP Office Mode

Change from Intuity Mode to IP Office Mode

Change from Intuity Mode to IP Office Mode

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Can someone tell me the least painful way to switch from Intuity Mode to IP Office mode in our VM Pro system?  I would like to keep the .wav files by just moving them if possible.  

RE: Change from Intuity Mode to IP Office Mode

Have you tried just changing the setting and see what happens.

Its not hard to go back if it all goes bad

RE: Change from Intuity Mode to IP Office Mode

If you go into vmpro manager under preferances, change the mode from Intuity Mode to IP Office mode.

RE: Change from Intuity Mode to IP Office Mode

(OP)
I understand that the setting is easy to change.  My concern is that they use different folders for storing the wav files and they one of the settings creates an index file while the other doesn't.   I will make the change tomorrow night and let everyone know.

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