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Rapid Recovery has recently released a white labeling utility that quickly and easily allows you to change the stock images for images more suited to your needs. Additionally, the white labeling utility allows you to change several product names to better meet your organization's needs. The White Labeling utility can be found here.
The utility features an easy to navigate User Interface which has an Introduction and Usage page to help you understand what types of images can be changed and what types of XML entries are available for editing.
To use the utility, please complete the following steps:
Once the utility loads, you will see a navigation bar on the left hand side with four (4) sections - Get Started, Image Selection, Config XML Entries and Compile Installer.
This is our welcome screen and details what the White Label Utility can do for you
When entering your image files, please make sure they are the correct file type, pixel height and width. If you import images that are larger than the recommended values, your images can block function buttons in the installer and/or the Core UI. Also of importance is that all image file entries must be replaced. If you leave an entry blank, the tool will error when you click on "Save." If there is no dialogue box warning after clicking on "Save," proceed to the Config XML Entries tab.
Config XML Entries:
The Introduction and Usage tab will tell you what all the XML tags do and recommend how they should be renamed. Make your edits in the XML Configuration tab and click on "Save." If there are any errors, a dialogue box will pop up and tell you where a mistake was found. If no dialogue box pops up, please continue to the final step.
Here you can rebrand either the Core, Agent or both. If you choose to rebrand only one installer, you will see a warning note that the second installer is missing but the PowerShell script will run to rebrand your desired installer. Click "Browse ..." to tell the tool where your Core and/or Agent installers are located. Click "Run Compiler" to call the PowerShell script to apply your images and customer XML tags. Note: you may receive a prompt in PowerShell if you execution policy is not set to allow script execution. To complete the rebranding, allow PowerShell to execute this script.
Once the PowerShell script exits, your chosen installer has be rebranded with your images and XML tags. Your rebranded installers can be found at C:\Users\your-user-profile\AppData\Roaming\DSGRRWL\DataStorage. The files are called Rebranded_Core_Installer.exe and Rebranded_Agent_Installer.exe.