How do I Update the Predator Configuration File (.pxp)?
When upgrading Predator DNC or DNC Enterprise PXP, follow the steps below:
- Exit Predator DNC or DNC Enterprise
- Browse to C:\Predator Software\Support\PXPs
- This is a common place file will be, but can be located some where else
- Copy the PXP into the exact same location
- Rename the copy PXP with a unique name “(company Name) YYYY MM-DD.pxp”
- Launch the Predator DNC or Desktop and confirm the new PXP is running.
How to Back Up the Predator DNC PXP Configuration
Overview Backing up the Predator DNC configuration is key to preventing shop downtime. The Predator DNC configuration is known as the PXP. To back up the the PXP, use the following as a general guideline to find it and save to a secure location. Shop ...
What is Low Level Error 2?
Problem Low Level Error Number 2 is in the Predator DNC logs Reason Predator DNC is unable to locate the file Solutions The file could not be found Verify the file name is typed correctly and the file exists Check the directory and the extension ...
How to Install Predator DNC v11
Overview The following article will have you download, install, and license Predator DNC v11. Requirements Local Administrator Rights Microsoft .NET 3.5 Framework Preparation Request a license (Instructions) Enable .NET 3.5 Framework for Windows 10 ...
How to Configure Predator DNC for First Time Use
Overview The following article will review the steps to prepare a fresh install of Preator DNC. This does not include the steps to create a machine. Requirements Installed and Licensed Predator DNC (How to Install Predator DNC v11) Open an Existing ...
Why am I getting “Too Many Active Commands” message in Predator DNC logs?
Overview Predator DNC is trying to open more ports than you are licensed for. You either have too many machines configured or you have more then one PXP configuration file open. If you do have too many machines/commands configured, request an upgrade ...