To download the tool, go to the RSA-911 Edit Checker home page and click the blue “Download Now” button.
To start this process, you will need temporary administrator access. Do the following:
- Press Windows key on your keyboard
- Type Internet Explorer
- Right click on IE icon
- Select run as an administrator
- Have IT staff put in credentials
Please note: RSA-911 Edit Checker will install a version of SQL 2012 Express to perform the edit checks. The installation of SQL Express may require user account control changes, which may require admin permissions to the workstation. Some IT assistance may be required.
There’s an open-source license end user license agreement (EULA) that must be accepted for installation.
For Chrome browser users, click up arrow and select “Keep”
Then select up arrow and click on “Open”
For Internet Explorer browser users, click “Run”
Run the installation
Accept the EULA
Download required files will take less than 30 seconds.
When you install the RSA-911 Edit Checker for the first time, the installer may upgrade your .NET Framework to v4.6.1 and install SQL Express 2012 if you do not have those tools installed on your workstation.
First-time users will need to install SQL Server 2012 Express, which takes a few minutes.
The installation of SQL Express may require user account control changes, which may require admin permissions to the workstation. IT assistance may be required.
Click “install” and “run” app
Successful download message:
The RSA-911 Edit Checker should now be on your screen (screenshot below)
Note: If this is a first-time install then the RSA edit checks and community checks are automatically installed in your My Documents folder, RSA-911 Edit Checker rules (see screen shot below).
Note: When rules are subsequently updated using the RSA-911 Edit Checker tool, the RSA edit checks and community edit checks are removed and completely replaced. Please don’t make any changes to the RSA edit checks or community checks because your changes will be lost when you choose to update the rules. So, if you would like to add your own reasonableness checks or agency edit checks place them in a separate folder alongside the RSA edit checks and community checks and the tool will find them automatically and will preserve them across future updates of the tool or the rules.