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These ordered steps correspond to sections below or a related setup page. You can click each link to go directly to the corresponding processes.

  1. Install TestNav Desktop using the instructions below. using installers from the TestNav Download page or directly from the Windows Store (only Windows 10S Anniversary update (version 1607) or later).

  2. Run App Check to verify system readiness.
  3. Sign in to TestNav to ensure that it installed properly.
  4. Set up ProctorCache on your proctor caching computer(s).

  5. Set Up Response File Backups, and set up a Secondary Save Location.

  6. Run an infrastructure trial.

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Install TestNav

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from the TestNav Download Page

TestNav program files are saved in C:\Program Files (x86)\TestNav. If you are using the .exe installer, you can choose a different install directory.

  1. Double-click the .msi or .exe  file that you downloaded.

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    .msi (Microsoft installer) file - contains explicit instructions about installing and removing an application.
    .exe (executable) file - provides a built-in installation wizard. You can choose program file locations using this type of installation.

  2. The Open File - Security Warning appears and asks if you want to run the TestNav file. Click Run.

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    1. If you downloaded the .msi installer, the installer window appears and automatically installs TestNav.

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    2. If you downloaded the .exe installer:

      1. The Setup - TestNav window appears and asks if you want to continue installing TestNav. Click Yes.

      2. The TestNav Setup Wizard appears. Click Next.

      3. The Select Destination Location window appears. By default, TestNav program files save in C:\Program Files (x86)\TestNav. You can keep the default setting, or click Browse to choose another location. Then, click Next.

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      4. The Select Start Menu Folder window appears. By default, the setup wizard also stores program shortcuts in a Pearson folder in the Start menu folder. You can keep the default setting, or click Browse to choose another location. Then, click Next.

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      5. Click Install.

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      6. By default, the Launch TestNav check box is selected. If you do not want to immediately launch TestNav, deselect the check box, and then click Finish.

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Because TestNav installation does not add entries to the Windows registry, you can copy the TestNav application and push it to student computers for mass installation.

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Install TestNav from the Windows Store

  1. Click the Windows Store icon (Image Added)

    Click the search icon, and type TestNav.

  2. Click Get (or Install, if you previously downloaded TestNav on the same device.)

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  3. TestNav begins downloading.

TestNav Desktop Updates

  • If you downloaded TestNav

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  • from the TestNav Download page, program files for minor updates save in {user_home}\AppData\Local\Pearson
    • You must give students write access to the update directory.
    • You must download major updates from the TestNav Download page.
  • If you downloaded TestNav from the Windows Store, all major and minor updates occur automatically.

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Run App Check

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Sign in to TestNav

  1. From the Start menu, click TestNav
    TestNav should appear in the Start menu. If you do not see TestNav, type TestNav in the search box.

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  2. If you have not already done so, choose the appropriate icon for your test on the home page. If your test was selected before the test session, you see the Sign In page, rather than the home page.

    1. If you need to select a different test, click the user drop-down menu at the upper-right of the page, and click Choose a different customer.

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    2. Click the appropriate icon for your test.

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  3. Start a test to ensure that you can do so without error.
    • If you see a Practice Tests link on the Sign in page, click Practice Tests and start a test.
    • If you do not see a Practice Tests link, use an authorization ticket from your student management system and start a test.

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Set Up Response File Backups

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Default Primary Save Location

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{USER.HOME}\Pearson\srf\

{USER.HOME}\Pearson\logs\

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 Secondary Save Location

You can set a secondary save location through your assessment management system. Set a secure file transfer protocol (SFTP) address as the save location to ensure that the secondary save applies to all testing computers and devices.

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