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Cisco Custom Product CD Read Me

Contents

Notice of End-User License Agreement

System Requirements

Launching the CD User Interface

Accessing Document PDF Files Without Using the CD User Interface

Contact Information


Cisco Custom Product CD Read Me


Contents

Notice of End-User License Agreement

System Requirements

Launching the CD User Interface

Accessing Document PDF Files Without Using the CD User Interface

Contact Information

Notice of End-User License Agreement

Please read the license terms regarding the use of this product found on the CD. By using the product, you agree to be bound by these license terms. If you do not agree with these terms, promptly return the unused product, related equipment, and hardware (with proof of payment) to the place of purchase for a full refund.

System Requirements

Windows XP/2000

Adobe Reader

If you do not have Adobe Reader on your system, you may install it from the \docs\third party\Adobe folder on the CD.

Launching the CD User Interface

Depending on your configuration, the CD should load when you insert it into the CD drive. If it does not load, follow the instructions below.

For Windows XP/2000 Users:

Double-click the file named launch.html located in the root directory of the CD.

For Unix/Linux Users:

If you have a windowing system, such as Common Desktop Environment, open the CD-ROM from the File Manager and double-click the file named launch.html located in the root directory of the CD.

If you do not have a windowing system, mount the CD-ROM drive using standard mounting instructions for your system. After the CD-ROM is mounted, double-click the file named launch.html located in the root directory of the CD.

Accessing Document PDF Files Without Using the CD User Interface

You may access the document PDF files without using the CD user interface. The document PDFs are located under the docs folder on the CD.

Contact Information

Cisco Systems, Inc.

170 West Tasman Drive

San Jose, CA 95134-1706

USA

www.cisco.com