When you launch Record It!, your default Login profile is used. If you have multiple Login profiles, you are asked to select one. If you have no Login profile, you will be prompted to create one before the Record It! wizard will launch.
Typically, your content author would provide you the following information necessary to create your Login Profile:
URL of the Library location (for example, http://server/virtual directory)
Login credentials such as user name and password (Standard authentication only)
Profile name of your choice
Note: You can click the Save my password as part of the profile option when you create your profile to bypass logging into the profile each time you use the Record It! wizard.
To add a Login Profile:
Click Add to start the Profile Wizard.
Click Next to display the Library Location page.
Type the URL to the server and virtual directory that contains the content Library that you want to access using this login Profile (for example, http://server/virtual directory). Your administrator will provide you with this information.
Click Next to display the Credentials page.
The Record It! wizard automatically detects whether the server was installed using Standard or Windows authentication and disables the login credential options that are not valid. For example, if Windows authentication was installed, the Use a Different Login Account option is disabled. If Standard authentication was installed, you must enter a valid user name and password. Your administrator will provide you with this information.
Enter your login credentials and click Next to display the Profile Name page.
Type a name for the login Profile. Consider using the name of the server (Library) to identify a profile when you will have multiple Profiles that connect to different servers.
Click Make this my default profile to configure this profile as the default that is used when you launch the Record It! wizard, if desired.
Click Next to display the Data Storage Location page. Click Browse to change the data storage location, if desired.
Click Next to complete the Profile Wizard.
The last page in the Profile Wizard displays a summary of the Library location, Login credentials, profile name choices, and data storage location choices you have made.