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Winclone and System Integrity Protection

System Integrity Protection (SIP) Apple has implemented a new security feature, System Integrity Protection (SIP), starting with OS X 10.11.  SIP prevents anyone from altering the contents of files in key System folders and is designed to protect System files from malware and viruses.  SIP also affects third-party apps like Winclone that need to write to files now under protection…

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Migrating a Boot Camp Partition

This Article Covers Migration Overview What you will Need Prepare Boot Camp with CHKDSK Step 1: Run Sysprep In Windows Sysprep Options Sysprep Processing Step 2: Migrate Boot Camp over the Network Step 3: Install Boot Camp drivers Summary Migration Overview back to top^ Migrating Boot Camp is easy with Winclone. In this tutorial we…

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Boot Runner 3 Setup Guide

Overview Boot Runner 3 supports physical startup volumes as well as virtual machines, making it easy to offer selections of any combination of macOS, Windows, Linux, and other systems installed natively or in a virtual machine. Boot Runner 3 also includes customization options to make the startup selection screen easier for end users to find and…

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Resize an Existing Boot Camp Partition

Overview The Boot Camp partition cannot be “dynamically” resized, unfortunately. At least not in a way that is safe, easy and reliable. There are third-party tools which allow resizing the Boot Camp’s NTFS partition, but these tools can cause instability or startup failure due to incompatibility with Apple’s GPT/MBR partition scheme.If your Boot Camp partition…

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Creating an Image

Creating an Image To successfully image your Boot Camp partition, please make sure to check the following: – Run chkdsk /b in Windows to fix any bad data blocks – Verify there is adequate storage space available for saving the image file – Verify that the source Boot Camp partition is NTFS file format. Winclone…

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Adding Basic Location

To add a location to Geohopper, open Geohopper. On the Home screen, press New on the top right hand corner of the screen. Select Map. Geohopper will automatically locate your current location. Next, select the Pin icon on the bottom left hand corner of your screen. A pin will be dropped to your current location….

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My Beacon is not recognized

Please ensure that Bluetooth is enabled on your device. You may need to remove and then re-insert your Beacon into its charging unit or your computers USB port. Please ensure your Beacon is running the latest firmware – the email you registered with our SDK program receives notifications of latest firmware updates.

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Where is your privacy policy?

http://twocanoes.com/privacy Protecting your privacy is a top priority for Twocanoes Software & Labs. Our privacy policy explains in detail how we collect, use, and store your personal information. Please get in touch with us at contact@twocanoes.com if you have any questions or concerns about your privacy.

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Changing the Coverage Area

Depending on your situation, the coverage area of single Bleu Station may be too large, and interfere with nearby beacons. Alternatively, it may be too small, and generate “exit” events before you have left the area the beacon is supposed to define.Here are some steps you can take to change the area covered by the…

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Alert a Connection when Leaving the Office

This is the text version of our QuickSetup Video:https://vimeo.com/106856557/ Open Geohopper on your iOS Device This Page contains the Geohopper privacy policy. You can view the privacy policy online here: http://twocanoes.com/privacy Request toAccess Location Services Geohopper needs access to your location in order to work. Geohopper uses your location to send alerts to your connections…

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Build an Attendee List in Bleu Meetings

This article covers creating and managing the Attendeelist in Bleu Meetings. Please also see Getting Started with Bleu Meetingsand Creating Passes in Bleu Meetingsfor more information. The Invite email contains event information as well asPassbook (iOS) and Passwallet (Android) passes associated with the event. The Attendee list is used to distribute the Invite email to…

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Why is Geohopper asking for for access to my phone Contacts?

Geohopper asks for access to your iOS device Contacts for the convenience of selecting an existing email address from your Contacts when adding a new Connection. When creating the first Connection, Geohopper will request access to your iOS device’s Contacts. A dialog box will prompt you to select to allow or to not allow access…

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Sending Log Files to Support

The system Console log can contain helpful troubleshooting information. Winclone can extract the relevant Console log information, along with partition information, to send in when requesting technical support. Please first enable verbose logging by visiting Winclone -> Preferences -> checkmark verbose logging. Attempt to performaction. Extract log files, select Help -> Send Logs under the…

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Will Geohopper work with my device turned off?

No, your iOS device needs to be turned on to detect your enter and exit events. Geohopper runs in the background, so it works even while the device is in your pocket. In order to preserve battery life, Geohopper activates Location Services only when the map view is open.

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Import Beacons into Geohopper

Geohopper can trigger alerts when in proximity to a beacon.  Beacons broadcast UUID, major and minor number.  With these three bits of information it becomes trivial to import one or many beacons with one tap on a URL.  Create the URL using the format below, paste the URLs into an email or other shared document accessible from…

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Bleu Meetings Check-In with Blue Meetings iOS

Participant Check-In Using Scan and Search Features Download our Bleu Meetings iOS app. Sign-in with the same username and password that you used to create your meeting on the web interface at meetings.twocanoes.com. You will see a list of your meetings. Tap on the meeting for which you want to check-in participants. Then tap “Check-in…

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My connections are not receiving notifications

Please ensure that your connection has first authorized your connection request via their email. You can remove the current request by visiting the Connections tab within Geohopper and then create a new connection request by entering the connections email address.