ALWAYS WORK ON A COPY!
Treat your business data with tender loving care. Always work on a copy of your data file when performing major operations or if you're just not fully comfortable with the possible outcome of your learning process.
IMPORTANT: Remember to quit REST before making the copy. Being able to go back to a pristine original if need be is always a nice thing. So look for the AWOC alert!
NOTE: REST Multi User 4.0 will only open in FileMaker Pro 10 or newer. Please contact REST support if you have not obtained FileMaker Pro 10 updating information.
From our website www.realestatesuccesstools.com
Scroll down the page and choose Multi User Downloads
Enter with emailed login information
Click on REST Multi User
Drag the new REST folder into your Applications folder.
If you have user records that need to be deleted because the user is no longer with you, this would be a good time to make any changes, as you will be able to reassign records to a different user at the end of the update process.
To Delete a user record, go to the Preferences area of REST and show all Users.
Choose the User record you want to delete and click the Delete button (top right side of screen).
This can be done in List view or Detail view. Be sure you are on the User record you want to delete!
This can only be done with an Owner Level Access!
Locate your current REST folder (default is Applications folder)
Double-click to open the REST folder to reveal the contents.
a. Copy the REST.fp7 file (command-c or right-click). Example shows the RESTv37.fp7 file. Yours may be another version.
b. Paste the REST.fp7 file to your desktop (command-v or right-click).
Click once to highlight the file name; click a second time to edit.
a. Highlight and rename this file (exactly) REST_old.fp7
***NOTE: Verify that you have re-named the REST file EXACTLY REST_old.fp7 or the updater will not work successfully!
b. Copy (or drag) the REST_old.fp7 file.
c. and drop or paste into the NEW REST 4 folder
With REST_old.fp7 now located in the REST folder, you are ready to run the updater.
NOTE: Before running the REST 4.0 updater user has confirmed that FileMaker Pro 10 or newer has been installed on the REST host. If you have not installed FileMaker Pro 10 do not run the updater! contact REST support with any questions about updating FileMaker Pro.
If you have saved your REST login information to your keychain and do not remember what it is, please do the following before you proceed with the update.
Open your current version of REST
1. Click on the Preferences button (Navigation bar > last button)
2. Click on Users
3. Click on Registration
4. Click on Show Password
5. Write down your Account Name and Password, you will be asked to enter it during the update process
Launch FileMaker Pro to open the REST4.0 File.
Highlight the RESTv4.fp7 file and click Open
REMEMBER THIS IS AN EMPTY REST FILE, YOU MUST ENTER THE FIRST TIME WITH:
Open REST using:
Account Name: Demo User
Click the "Update" Button.
Click "Continue with Update" when you are ready to proceed.
Click "No, do not include" if your current version of REST already has the 6 sample REST Action Templates.
NOTE: REST 4.0 has one additional Action Template that can be used/modified for reoccurring event's like Office Meetings every Tuesday. If you would like to add that additional Action Template, click YES, Include and REST will include the Sample Action Templates. After the update, please check your Action Templates and delete any older duplicated Templates if you find you do not need them.
Click "No, do not include" if your current version of REST already has the 29 sample REST Mail Templates.
b. Click "Proceed".
The updater will now open your old copy of REST.
Here, enter your normal Owner-level account name and password.
This is where you can reassign records from a user that has been deleted from the database. All "orphan" records will go to one selected user.
Read the dialog box and click "Continue".
Re-Launch and begin using your New Version of REST!
After your update is complete we recommend you perform a little clean up.
- Remove the REST_old.USR file from the new REST folder.
- Once you are confident that your new Version of REST has updated, you can delete or archive the
older version of REST.
-Run a backup of your newly updated REST