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Knowledge Tree Community Edition

Knowledge tree document management system open source community support

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I have had some major computer issues on a couple of Dell PC's running win 7 64 bit, they have both been reinstalled with new operating systems and I am working through installing all of the programs that were on there. I have been able to reinstall all programs bar one, this is awesome considering my limited computer knowledge and ability.


I have Knowledge Tree Community Edition v3.7.0.1.rc and have installed an XP virtual drive, to run this document management system.


This is a brilliant program that works without a hitch, I have reinstalled another time about twelve months ago but can't remember exactly what to do. Knowledge Tree no longer support or have any resources available to get me out of trouble, as such I am looking for someone that may have been tied up with the project or community (open source) or a competent user to guide me with the installation.


There must be somebody out there that has used this program, so if you know anyone that can hyelp, it would be much appreciated.


Regards, Smithy1

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