Williamson County Schools, January 5, 2018 in Vive and Vive Pro
, PM sent!
sent a PM. Thanks!
I've sent you a PM, please send me this information too!
, I sent a PM as well. Thanks in advance!
- I sent you an email with the requested info last Wends after seeing your PM. Please check your spam folder.
We now offer a tool called the Vive Enterprise Device Manager that’s able to handle network management of SteamVR distributions. It enables SteamVR to be deployed without the need for the Steam client on secured/firewalled networks.
This tool is available to all Enterprise Advantage customers. For more information about the tool, or to download and activate it please visit https://enterprise.vive.com/us/product/dms/. If you have further questions, you can submit a support ticket here: https://developer.vive.com/us/contactus/
Trying to get my head around it as well , did try trick with VR folder but with out sucsess , would it be possible to get in pm link as well ?
We need to us Vive in an Hospital with strict security. Please DM me as well!
Hey everyone, simply copy the steamvr folder (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\SteamVR) from a PC where you did install it online to anywhere on your second offline *secure" PC (via a usb drive) and the run SteamVR\bin\win64\vrmonitor.exe to get started. Same as you would with the app you are running.
Why in the world is this extremely important and useful information being PM'd to people instead of being made openly available?
Since it's instructions to alter file folder structures manually and operate SteamVR in an unsupported configuration, it's not something we'll typically publish for every user to view. The use cases for this particular operation are generally limited to government or corporate environments were internet connections are highly restricted or Steam is not allowed.Thank you,
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