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TitleHow do I enable file access in Chrome or Firefox?
URL NameHow-do-I-enable-file-access-in-Chrome-or-Firefox
Article Number000189937
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What are the instructions on how to download the file access module?
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If you are a licensed iMacros customer and have either a Personal, Professional, or Enterprise edition license (only v12 or later), you can download the File Access for iMacros Extensions module from your Progress Community account. Login to your account, select " Product Downloads" followed by the "Download Center" for iMacros, then select your license and click the Download link to find and download the installer for the File Access module. After installing, the File Access module will automatically detect whether there is an iMacros license on the machine and only prompt you to enter your Activation Code if necessary.

Please note: Only a license for Personal, Professional, or Enterprise v12 or later will work.


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Please reference this link:
https://wiki.imacros.net/FAQ#Q:_How_do_I_activate_iMacros_for_Chrome_or_Firefox_so_I_have_file_access.3F
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