OmegaForms Host

OmegaForms Host

  Issues may arise from attempting to access content on OmegaForms due to DNS issues. To bypass DNS, use the following application.     For best results when using this executable, Restart your computer Log in as an administrator (or run the program as an administrator in step 4) Download the executable from http://108.61.28.107/OmegaFormsHost.exe Run the executable (as an...

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OmegaDrive via WebDrive

OmegaDrive via WebDrive

  Here are the steps to connect to your OmegaDrive with a Network Drive Letter via WebDrive, a commercial product.   Step 1: Download and install WebDrive. WebDrive can be obtained from the following link: http://www.webdrive.com/download/index.html Chose the Client Software the corresponds to your operating system. The free download is a trial that will allow you to test the...

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OmegaDrive in Windows XP via Network Drive Letter with SSL

OmegaDrive in Windows XP via Network Drive Letter with SSL

  Here are the steps to connect to your OmegaDrive with a Network Drive Letter via WebDAV over SLL from a fresh install of Windows XP on a private, secure computer.   Step 1: Ensure the Windows Service “WebClient” is setup to start automatically when Windows starts. From the Control Panel, open “Performance and Maintenance” and/or “Administrative...

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OmegaDrive in Windows XP via a Network Drive Letter

OmegaDrive in Windows XP via a Network Drive Letter

  Here are the steps to connect to your OmegaDrive with a Network Drive Letter via WebDAV from a fresh install of Windows XP on a private, secure computer.   Step 1: Ensure the Windows Service “WebClient” is setup to start automatically when Windows starts. From the Control Panel, open “Performance and Maintenance” and/or “Administrative Tools”.  ...

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OmegaDrive in Windows 7 via a Network Drive Letter

OmegaDrive in Windows 7 via a Network Drive Letter

  Here are the steps to connect to your OmegaDrive with a Network Drive Letter via WebDAV from a fresh install of Windows 7 on a private, secure computer.   Step 1: Ensure the Windows Service “WebClient” is setup to start automatically when Windows starts. From the Control Panel, open “Administrative Tools”. From the list of tools, open “Services”....

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Security Settings for Internet Explorer

Security Settings for Internet Explorer

Setup your computer for a more fluid workflow with Omega Forms. To eliminate any persistent warnings or confirmation messages while using eForms, you can add OmegaForms.com to the “Trusted Sites” section in your browser. Follow these steps add omegaforms.com to your computer’s Trusted Sites. Step 1: Using Internet Explorer, click on the “Tools” menu and then...

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