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Using the WebClient Application Manager

The WebClient Application Manager provides end users with a way to view and edit information about the WebClient applications installed on their system. The manager gives access to information about the WebClient instances and instances of WebClient applications. For example:
*WebClient instances — Lists the WebClient versions installed on the user's system and enables the user to modify general options for WebClient execution
*Applications instances — Lists the WebClient applications installed on the user's system by vendor name and application name, and enables the user to review, set, or change execution options for a selected application
The user can start the manager in one of the following modes:
*WebClient — This mode is available from a shortcut created by the WebClient installation. The WebClient installer creates this shortcut by default on the Start menu under the WebClient program folder. When this shortcut is used, the manager appears with the WebClient tab selected. For more information, see the WebClient tab.
*Application — You can make this mode available to the end user through a shortcut that you set up during the application installation. When this shortcut is used, the manager appears with the Applications tab and current application selected. For more information, see the Applications tab
For more information about setting up the shortcut for this mode, see the External installer, and the System tasks.