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Network Install Setup Guide

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This guide explains how to configure the installation of Claris® FileMaker Pro™ 19 over a network on multiple computers. For information on installing the software on individual computers, see FileMaker Pro Installation Guide.

For additional FileMaker® product documentation, visit the Product Documentation Center.

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About the license certificate file

To install FileMaker Pro software on multiple computers, you receive a license certificate (.fmcert) file. This file is available for you to download, depending on how you purchased FileMaker Pro:

  • If you purchased FileMaker Pro as a download from the Claris Store website, you received an email message with a link to your Electronic Software Download page. Your license certificate file is available from that page. Don't lose your license certificate file; keep it in a safe place in case you need to reinstall the software.
  • If you signed up for a Claris FileMaker Cloud® subscription or free trial, this file is available from the Subscription page in Claris Customer Console.

You must have a valid license certificate file to install the software. Otherwise, you can install the software only as a trial.

All use of this software is subject to the terms of your license agreement. Refer to the FileMaker Pro Software License you received with your purchase.

Installing FileMaker Pro in Windows

Before you install FileMaker Pro, have the license certificate file ready. See About the license certificate file.

When installing on Windows, the license certificate file must be copied to the same folder as the installer. If more than one license certificate file is present in this folder, the installer uses the first valid one it finds. To ensure the one you intend is used, put only one license certificate file in the installer folder.

Note:Users must have Windows administrator privileges to install FileMaker Pro.

Choosing an installation method (Windows)

Before you configure your installation, decide how you want to install the software. The installation method determines how personalized information is entered when users install FileMaker Pro.

For some installation methods, you can edit the file, Assisted Install.txt, to provide the personalized information before users install the product. See About the personalization file.

Installation method How personalization information is supplied to the installer
Installing FileMaker Pro using a networked volume (Windows)—Recommended methodEdit Assisted Install.txt to standardize all networked FileMaker Pro installations. This method lets you customize the installation.
Installing from the command line with msiexec (Windows)Users or scripts provide the personalized information at the command line.
Setting up silent assisted installations (Windows)Edit the Assisted Install.txt file before performing a silent installation. User interaction with the FileMaker Pro installer is kept to a minimum. The installer reads personalization information from the file, and installation screens do not display.
Saving personalization information in the .msi installer (Windows)Embed personalization information directly in the installer .msi file. Because the changes persist in your .msi file, you can remove the Assisted Install.txt file.

About installing the required Microsoft components (Windows)

For FileMaker Pro to run, users must have specific versions of these Microsoft software components installed on their computers:

  • .NET Framework
  • Visual C++ libraries and the Windows Runtime (provided in the Visual C++ Redistributable Package)

The required Windows updates must also be installed. See FileMaker Pro technical specifications.

If you use Setup.exe (in silent or full user interface mode) and the required Microsoft components aren't installed, Setup.exe runs the included Microsoft installers for these components. The FileMaker Pro installer continues after it detects that the Microsoft components are installed.

Note:The Microsoft installers for these components require internet access to download the necessary files.

However, if you use the .msi file, make sure these Microsoft components are installed before users start FileMaker Pro. The .msi file installs FileMaker Pro without checking whether the components are installed, but FileMaker Pro won't run without them.

If necessary, users can install the Microsoft components manually:

  1. Open the FileMaker Pro installation folder.
  2. Open the Files folder, then:

    To installDo this
    .NET Framework
    1. Open the DotNet folder.
    2. Double-click the icon.
    Visual C++ Redistributable Package
    1. Open the Redist folder.
    2. Double-click the x64 icon.

  3. Follow the onscreen instructions.
  4. Install the required Windows updates for the Microsoft components.

About installing Bonjour (Windows)

The Bonjour service must be installed for hosts on your local network to be discovered. If Bonjour isn't installed or if the Bonjour service isn't running, users won't be able to view hosted files on your local network in the Hosts dialog box. Without Bonjour, they must manually enter the names or IP addresses for hosts on your local network.

Using Setup.exe (in silent or full user interface mode) installs Bonjour automatically; using the .msi file does not. Users can also install Bonjour manually. See Installation Guide.

Installing FileMaker Pro using a networked volume (Windows)

To make FileMaker Pro installation files available on your network:

  1. Create an installer folder on a networked volume for the installation files.
  2. In your software download, locate the installation files in the Files folder. Then, copy the files to the folder you created on your networked volume.
  3. Copy the license certificate file to the installer folder you created (where the .msi file is). See About the license certificate file.

  4. To set up an assisted installation, edit the Assisted Install.txt file located in the installer folder you created, and save the changes as plain text. See About the personalization file.

To install FileMaker Pro, tell users to:

  1. Mount the volume containing the installation files.
  2. Double-click Setup.exe.

Installing from the command line with msiexec (Windows)

Users can install FileMaker Pro from the command line without using Assisted Install.txt. A command line installation requires you to run the Command Prompt as administrator.

  1. Copy the license certificate file to the same folder that the .msi file is in. See About the license certificate file.
  2. Choose Start menu, then search for Command Prompt. Right-click Command Prompt and choose Run as administrator.
  3. In the Administrator: Command Prompt window, enter a command.

    For example:

    msiexec -i 'ProductName.msi' AI_USERNAME='John Lee'

    Property names must be in all-uppercase letters. The user name property is optional. See Setting personalization properties in Assisted Install.txt.

    If the .msi file is on a mapped network drive, you may need to enter net use * servershare in the Command Prompt window first so that the command above can access the mapped network drive.

    Alternatively, you can create your own script that performs the command, then run your script on users' computers.

    Note:For more information about msiexec, see docs.microsoft.com.

Setting up silent assisted installations (Windows)

Users can perform a silent installation, which keeps interaction with the FileMaker Pro installer to a minimum. Required installation information is read from the Assisted Install.txt file, and installation screens aren't displayed. See About the personalization file.

  1. Copy the license certificate file to the same folder that the .msi file is in. See About the license certificate file.
  2. Choose Start menu, then search for Command Prompt. Right-click Command Prompt and choose Run as administrator.
  3. In the Administrator: Command Prompt window, enter a command.

    ToIn a command window, type
    Install without a user interface (silent installation) 'pathnamesetup.exe' /qn
    Uninstall without a user interface (silent uninstallation)'pathnamesetup.exe' /x /qn
    Install when required—advertise to current user (silent advertised installation)'pathnamesetup.exe' /q /ju
    Install when required—advertise to all users (silent advertised installation)'pathnamesetup.exe' /q /jm
    Install and display a dialog box indicating whether the software was successfully installed 'pathnamesetup.exe' /qn+
    Install and display a progress bar and Cancel button during installation'pathnamesetup.exe' /qb+
    Install to a non-default location on the user's computer'pathnamesetup.exe' /qb+ INSTALLDIR='installpath'

Alternatively, you can create your own script that performs one of these commands, then run your script on users' computers.

Notes

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  • pathname is the location of the installer folder you created on the networked volume. If pathname is for a mapped network drive, you may need to enter net use * servershare in the Command Prompt window first so that the commands above can access the mapped network drive.
  • installpath is the desired location of the FileMaker product folder on the user's computer. The path cannot contain spaces unless it is enclosed by double quotation marks. The following example path would install into the FileMaker Pro folder inside the Applications folder on drive C:

    'C:ApplicationsFileMaker Pro'
  • The installer will reboot the computer if required.

Saving personalization information in the .msi installer (Windows)

You can embed personalization information in the .msi installer. If you choose this method, make sure that you make no other changes to the .msi file.

You use the Microsoft Orca editor for this task. See msdn.microsoft.com.

  1. Copy the license certificate file to the same folder that the .msi file is in. See About the license certificate file.
  2. Use Orca to open the .msi file.
  3. In the Property table, enter values for the properties you want to set.

    See Setting personalization properties in Assisted Install.txt.

  4. Save the .msi file.
  5. Tell users to run the installer by double-clicking the Setup.exe file located on the mounted volume, by using the command line, or by running a script that you create.

Installing FileMaker Pro updates (Windows)

Users can check for updates and install them within FileMaker Pro by choosing Help menu > Check for Updates, unless this feature has been disabled (see Setting personalization properties in Assisted Install.txt). Users must have an internet connection and Windows administrator privileges to update FileMaker Pro.

Alternatively, you can download the updater and install it manually, or from the command line, or using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM).

To install an update manually:

  1. Download the ProductUpdaterName.exe file from Downloads and Resources.
  2. Quit FileMaker Pro.
  3. Double-click the ProductUpdaterName.exe file.

    The files are extracted to a folder in the same location as the .exe file, then the updater starts.

  4. Follow the onscreen instructions.
  5. Quit the updater and open FileMaker Pro.
  6. To verify that the update was successful, choose Help menu > About FileMaker Pro and check the version number.

To install an update from the command line:

  1. Follow steps 1 to 3 for a manual installation, but click Cancel after the files are extracted.
  2. In the folder that's created, locate the Setup.exe file.
  3. Follow the instructions in Setting up silent assisted installations (Windows) to run Setup.exe with the /qn, /qn+, or /qb+ command-line switch.

    The updater doesn't support the other switches.

To install an update using Microsoft SCCM:

  1. Follow steps 1 to 3 for a manual installation, but click Cancel after the files are extracted.
  2. In the folder that's created, locate the ProductUpdaterName.msp file under FilesFiles.
  3. In SCCM, create an update package that includes ProductUpdaterName.msp. In the package setup, use the following command line for a silent installation:

    msiexec.exe /p ProductUpdaterName.msp /qn

  4. Deploy the package.

Installing FileMaker Pro in macOS

To install FileMaker Pro on multiple Mac computers:

  1. Create a customized FileMaker Pro .pkg file using a command-line script.

    See Creating a customized FileMaker Pro .pkg file (macOS).

  2. Deploy the customized .pkg file to your users' computers.

    See Deploying your customized FileMaker Pro .pkg file (macOS).

Creating a customized FileMaker Pro .pkg file (macOS)

  1. Create a working folder on a local drive.
  2. Download the FileMaker Pro .dmg file and double-click to open it.
  3. Copy these files from the open .dmg file to the working folder:

    • the FileMaker Pro.app bundle
    • the personalization file, Assisted Install.txt

      To set up an assisted installation, edit the Assisted Install.txt file and save the changes as plain text. See About the personalization file.

    • the License Agreements folder
  4. Copy the license certificate (.fmcert) file to the working folder.

    See About the license certificate file.

  5. On the Product Documentation Center, download 'Apple Remote Desktop Deployment script for FileMaker Pro' (fmp_osx_deployment.zip).
  6. Double-click the fmp_osx_deployment.zip file to extract the script (AppleRemoteDesktopDeployment.sh).
  7. In /Applications/Utilities, start Terminal.
  8. Type cd '<path to script>', then press Return.
  9. Type sudo chmod +x ./AppleRemoteDesktopDeployment.sh, then press Return. When prompted to provide a password, enter an administrator password.
  10. Type ./AppleRemoteDesktopDeployment.sh '<path to working folder>', then press Return.

    The script creates a customized .pkg file in the working folder, ready to be deployed.

Deploying your customized FileMaker Pro .pkg file (macOS)

Use one of these methods to deploy your customized .pkg file to users:

  • Make the .pkg file available for your users to download. Tell users to double-click the downloaded .pkg file and follow the onscreen instructions to install FileMaker Pro.
  • Use Apple Remote Desktop or another computer management system to remotely install the .pkg file silently on multiple Mac computers in an organization.

Installing FileMaker Pro updates (macOS)

Users can check for updates and install them within FileMaker Pro by choosing Help menu > Check for Updates, unless this feature has been disabled (see Setting personalization properties in Assisted Install.txt). Users must have an internet connection to update FileMaker Pro.

Alternatively, you can:

  • Download the updated application from your Electronic Software Download page or from the Subscription page in Claris Customer Console. (See About the license certificate file.) To install the updated version, see Installing FileMaker Pro in macOS.
  • Download the updater .zip file from Updates and release notes and make it available to your users. Tell users to double-click the .zip file, then double-click the .pkg file inside the folder and follow the onscreen instructions.

About the personalization file

An assisted installation eases installation of FileMaker Pro in a multiple-computer environment. You enter installation options into a personalization file and make the file available on your network. FileMaker Pro then installs with minimal user intervention.

The personalization file, Assisted Install.txt, is used by the FileMaker Pro installer in Windows and by the FileMaker Pro application in macOS, but the Assisted Install.txt files are platform-specific and cannot be interchanged.

Note:The ProductName.pdf file is a plain text file that conforms to the Microsoft Package Definition File format. This file is required for mass deployment of FileMaker Pro via the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). Don't edit this file unless you are using SCCM for installation. In that case, after creating the installer package, open the ProductName.pdf properties. In the General tab, for Command line, type setup.exe /S/qn, click OK, then perform the installation.

Setting personalization properties in Assisted Install.txt

Note:Property names (AI_*) must be in all-uppercase letters. Variable settings aren't case sensitive.

ToDo this
Accept or don't accept the End User License Agreement (EULA)

Type one of the following after AI_LICENSE_ACCEPTED=

  • 1 (one) to accept the EULA terms
  • 0 (zero) not to accept the EULA terms (default)

If you keep the default of 0 (zero), the installation completes, but users will be asked to accept the EULA terms the first time they start FileMaker Pro.

See Setting up silent assisted installations (Windows) and Using Apple Remote Desktop to deploy FileMaker Pro on multiple machines (macOS).

Enter a user name

Type a name after AI_USERNAME=

If you leave this variable blank, the installer defaults to the name that was used to register Windows (Windows) or the account user name (macOS).

Enter a valid license key, if you received one

Type your license key after AI_LICENSEKEY=

Windows: Specify the language version of FileMaker Pro

Type the name of the language after AI_LANGUAGE=

Valid entries are:

  • BrazilianPortuguese
  • ChineseSimplified
  • Dutch
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Spanish
  • Swedish

This setting works only when users perform a silent assisted installation. See Setting up silent assisted installations (Windows).

macOS: There is no AI_LANGUAGE property. The FileMaker Pro installer uses the current language setting from the user's operating system.

Windows: Specify whether FileMaker Pro is available to all users or to the current user only

Type one of the following after AI_APPLICATIONUSERS=

  • AllUsers
  • OnlyCurrentUser
Prevent or allow users to create new custom apps

Type one of the following after AI_NONEWDATABASES=

  • 1 (one) to prevent
  • 0 (zero) to allow

See Preventing users from creating custom apps.

Windows: Create a shortcut for FileMaker Pro on the desktop and in the Quick Launch toolbar

Type one of the following after AI_SHORTCUTS=

  • 1 (one) to create shortcuts
  • 0 (zero) not to create shortcuts

See the note at the end of this table for more information.

Suppress or display the personalization dialog box during installation

Type one of the following after AI_SKIPDIALOG=

  • 1 (one) to suppress

    Users are not asked for a license certificate file or license key. (If the license certificate file you copied to the installation folder is invalid or the license key you entered is invalid, the personalization dialog box displays.)

  • 0 (zero) to display

See the note after this table for more information.

Disable or enable the Software Update dialog box

Type one of the following after AI_DISABLEUPDATENOTIFY=

  • 1 (one) to disable

    In addition, Help menu > Check for Updates and the option in the Preferences dialog box won't be available.

  • 0 (zero) to enable, which notifies users when a software update is available and allows them to install it
Disable or enable the New Version Notification dialog box

Type one of the following after AI_DISABLEVERSIONNOTIFY=

  • 1 (one) to disable

    In addition, the option in the Preferences dialog box won't be available.

  • 0 (zero) to enable, which notifies users when a new version of the software is available
Disable or enable option for plug-ins to be installed by files

Type one of the following after AI_DISABLEPLUGINS=

  • 1 (one) to disable the Allow Solutions to Install Files option in the Plug-ins preferences, which prevents plug-ins from being installed
  • 0 (zero) to enable

Note:Some files may require plug-ins to work properly. Contact the solution developer.

For more information about installing and updating plug-ins, see Help.

Hide or show the Enable ODBC/JDBC command

Type one of the following after AI_DISABLEXDBC=

  • 1 (one) to hide the File menu > Sharing > Enable ODBC/JDBC command
  • 0 (zero) to show the command
Hide or show the Configure for FileMaker WebDirect® command

Type one of the following after AI_DISABLEIWP=

  • 1 (one) to hide the File menu > Sharing > Configure for FileMaker WebDirect command
  • 0 (zero) to show the command
Disable or enable the FileMaker Pro development and deployment features

Type one of the following after AI_DISABLEADVANCEDTOOLS=

  • 1 (one) to deselect the Use advanced tools general preference
  • 0 (zero) to select the preference

For more information about these features, see Help.

Open a custom app when FileMaker Pro starts

Type the path of the file after AI_LAUNCH_CUSTOMAPP=

The path must be in the special FileMaker format for a full path to a local file or to a hosted file:

  • Full path in Windows: filewin:/driveletter:/directoryName/fileName

    Example: filewin:/C:/Users/John Smith/Documents/Launcher.fmp12

  • Full path in macOS: filemac:/volumeName/directoryName/fileName

    Example: filemac:/Macintosh HD/Users/johnsmith/Documents/Launcher.fmp12

  • FileMaker Network path: fmnet:/hostNameOrIPaddress/fileName

    Example: fmnet:/sales.example.com/Launcher.fmp12

The file prefix is also supported for full paths. See 'Creating file paths' in Help.

Note:In FileMaker Pro, go to Preferences menu > General tab to change the custom app file path.

Note:In Windows, the AI_SHORTCUTS and AI_SKIPDIALOG properties determine whether the installer prompts the user to create a shortcut.

AI_SHORTCUTS=AI_SKIPDIALOG=Result
11No prompt. Creates a shortcut.
01No prompt. Doesn't create a shortcut.
10A dialog box is displayed. The options for creating shortcuts are selected in the dialog box.
00A dialog box is displayed. The options for creating shortcuts aren't selected in the dialog box.

Preventing users from creating custom apps

You can set a property, AI_NONEWDATABASES, that prevents users from creating FileMaker Pro custom apps. If the option is set, FileMaker Pro displays an alert message when users:

  • choose File menu > Create New
  • create a file in the Create window
  • export to a FileMaker Pro file
  • choose File menu > Save a Copy As
  • open the New File dialog box
  • recover a FileMaker Pro file
  • convert a file (like tab-delimited or FileMaker Pro .fp7) to a new FileMaker Pro file
  • execute an Apple event to open a file in another format
  • execute the Apple events do menu command to create a file
  • perform a script that does any of the above
  • choose a custom menu item that does any of the above

To create custom apps, users must reinstall FileMaker Pro with the AI_NONEWDATABASES property set to 0.

Legal information

Before you begin

Welcome to Claris® FileMaker Pro™, which helps you quickly create custom apps that work seamlessly across iPad, iPhone, Windows, Mac, and the web.

For information about new and changed features in FileMaker Pro, see Help.

About this guide

This Installation Guide tells you how to install FileMaker Pro on your Windows or Mac computer. Unless noted otherwise, the information in this guide pertains to both platforms.

Where to find FileMaker documentation

License Key Generator

For the most up-to-date version of this guide and other FileMaker® product documentation, see the Product Documentation Center.

For late-breaking information and release notes about FileMaker Pro, see the Knowledge Base.

Customer Support, Knowledge Base, and Community

  • For help with installing, starting, or reinstalling FileMaker Pro (excluding data recovery), in FileMaker Pro, choose Help menu > Service and Support or visit Support.
  • For tips, technical advice, and more information about FileMaker Pro, visit the Knowledge Base.
  • To ask questions and get advice from other users, in FileMaker Pro, choose Help menu > Claris Community or visit the Claris Community.

Information in the Knowledge Base and the Claris Community may not be available in all languages.

Product notifications

FileMaker Pro automatically checks for software updates and upgrades to new software versions. You can update your software with minor changes when you receive the update notification, or by choosing Help menu > Check for Updates. (You cannot upgrade your software for new and changed features this way; see Upgrading FileMaker Pro from a previous version.)

You can turn off notifications by choosing Edit menu > Preferences (Windows) or FileMaker Pro menu > Preferences (macOS).

About the license certificate file or license key

Depending on how you purchased FileMaker Pro software, you received either a license certificate file or a license key.

  • License certificate (.fmcert) file: This file is available for you to download, depending on how you purchased the software.

    • If you purchased FileMaker Pro as a download from the Claris Store website, you received an email with a link to your Electronic Software Download page. Your license certificate file is available from that page.
    • If you signed up for a Claris FileMaker Cloud® subscription or free trial, this file is available from the Subscription page in Claris Customer Console.
  • License key: If you purchased a boxed version of FileMaker Pro, your unique, 35-character license key is in the box.

You must have a valid license certificate file or license key to install the software. Otherwise, you can install the software only as a trial. Don't lose your license certificate file or license key; keep it in a safe place in case you need to reinstall the software.

Backing up your FileMaker Pro download

Make a backup copy of your FileMaker Pro software download in case you need to reinstall the software. See this article in the Knowledge Base.

Requirements for features

Some features of FileMaker Pro require additional software.

FeatureSoftware requirement
Send Mail script step using an email applicationA supported email application. See FileMaker Pro technical specifications. This requirement does not apply to SMTP mail.
Phone dialing (Windows only)Phone dialer or other Telephony API (TAPI) compliant software.
ODBC and JDBC features

FileMaker ODBC and JDBC drivers, which are available in the xDBC folder in the installation disk image and at Updates and release notes.

macOS: ODBC Manager, a freeware product from Actual Technologies.

See FileMaker ODBC and JDBC Guide and Help.

Converting the trial version to the full version of FileMaker Pro

If you've installed the FileMaker Pro trial version on your computer, you can convert to the full version of FileMaker Pro by providing your license certificate file or license key without uninstalling the trial version first. See Help.

Upgrading FileMaker Pro from a previous version

If you are upgrading FileMaker Pro from a previous version of FileMaker Pro, upgrade to the new version before uninstalling the previous version.

  1. Install the upgrade using your license certificate file (or license key, if you purchased a boxed version). See About the license certificate file or license key.
  2. Move plug-ins, dictionary information, and your preferences to the new version of FileMaker Pro. See the Knowledge Base.
  3. If you plan to use only the latest version, uninstall the previous version.

If you purchased a boxed, upgrade version of FileMaker Pro and choose to uninstall the previous version before upgrading to the latest version, make sure you have the license key for the previous version. When you install FileMaker Pro with an upgrade license key, if a previous version isn't installed, you are asked to enter the license key for the previous version of the product.

Opening files from previous versions

Files created by any version of FileMaker Pro since version 12 are in the FileMaker Pro 12 file format (FMP12) and have the filename extension .fmp12. To use files created with versions earlier than 12, you’ll need to convert them to the FMP12 format. See Help.

Automating the installation process

If you’re installing FileMaker Pro on multiple computers (as allowed by your FileMaker Pro software license) or if you want to do a silent installation, you can automate the process. Use the file, Assisted Install.txt, to keep user interaction to a minimum. See FileMaker Pro Network Install Setup Guide. For information on licensing, visit ourwebsite.

Installing FileMaker Pro in Windows

For late-breaking information and release notes about FileMaker Pro, see the Knowledge Base.

Before you install

  • Exit other open programs and save your work.
  • Check that your computer meets the system requirements and has the required Windows updates installed. See FileMaker Pro technical specifications.
  • FileMaker Pro installs required Microsoft software components if they’re not already installed. The Microsoft installers require internet access to download the necessary files. Therefore, on some computers, installing FileMaker Pro may require an internet connection.
  • To install FileMaker Pro, you must have Windows administrator privileges and use an administrator account and password.
  • If your computer is running virus protection software, turn it off before you install FileMaker Pro, and then turn it back on afterward.
  • During installation, you can choose whether to install all program features (complete) or portions of the program (custom). For example, you may choose not to install certain features in order to save disk space.
  • A complete install installs FileMaker Pro in the language version you choose at the start of installation. You can install additional language versions by choosing a custom install, then selecting other language packs from the list of supported languages.
  • You can also install FileMaker Pro by using the command line and remotely using a networked volume. See FileMaker Pro Network Install Setup Guide.

Default installation location

By default, FileMaker Pro is installed in the following folder:

C:Program FilesFileMakerFileMaker Pro 19

During the installation you can choose a different drive or folder.

Installing FileMaker Pro

You must use the installation program to install FileMaker Pro—you can’t install FileMaker Pro by dragging files to your hard disk.

See Before you install.

  1. After downloading the file for FileMaker Pro, double-click the installation icon (.exe file).
  2. Follow the onscreen instructions.

If you have problems installing or starting FileMaker Pro, visit Support.

About installing Bonjour

The Bonjour service enables automatic discovery of computers, devices, and services on your local network.

If Bonjour is not installed or the service is not running, FileMaker Pro can’t discover remote hosts on your local network. Without Bonjour, you must manually enter the host names or IP addresses for remote hosts on your local network.

If the installer doesn't detect a supported version of Bonjour, it prompts you to install Bonjour.

If you need to install Bonjour manually:

  1. Open the FileMaker Pro installation folder.
  2. Open the Files folder, then open the Bonjour folder.
  3. Double-click the Bonjour64 (64-bit) icon.
  4. Follow the onscreen instructions.

Uninstalling, modifying, or repairing FileMaker Pro

You can use Settings in Windows to uninstall FileMaker Pro, replace missing or corrupt files, or change which features are installed. When you repair FileMaker Pro, you may be prompted to provide your license certificate file or license key.

Installing FileMaker Pro in macOS

For late-breaking information and release notes about FileMaker Pro, see the Knowledge Base.

Before you install

  • Check that your computer meets the system requirements. See FileMaker Pro technical specifications.
  • To install FileMaker Pro, you must have macOS administrator privileges and use an administrator account and password.
  • If your computer is running virus protection software, turn it off before you install FileMaker Pro, and then turn it back on afterward.
  • FileMaker Pro uses the same language as the current macOS system language. To change the language, use System Preferences and restart FileMaker Pro.
  • You can also install FileMaker Pro remotely using Apple Remote Desktop. See FileMaker Pro Network Install Setup Guide.

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Installing FileMaker Pro

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  1. After downloading the file for FileMaker Pro, double-click the disk image icon (.dmg file).
  2. Drag the FileMaker Pro application to the Applications folder shortcut.
  3. In the FileMaker Pro License dialog box, click Enter License. Then do one of the following:
    • Install the license certificate: Click Browse, navigate to the license certificate file, then select the file.
    • Enter the license key.

    See About the license certificate file or license key.

If you have problems installing or starting FileMaker Pro, visit Support.

Running FileMaker Pro on Mac computers with Apple silicon

Starting with version 19.3.1, FileMaker Pro is a Universal macOS app, which takes advantage of the advanced capabilities of Mac computers with Apple silicon and also runs on Intel-based Mac computers. By default, the app runs using the code that's optimized for the type of Mac.

If you use FileMaker plug-ins or ODBC client drivers, by default, only versions that are designed to run on Mac computers with Apple silicon will work with FileMaker Pro. To get versions that support Apple silicon, contact the developer of the plug-in or ODBC driver.

However, if on a Mac with Apple silicon, you plan to use Intel-based versions of FileMaker plug-ins or ODBC client drivers, you must set FileMaker Pro to open with Rosetta 2. (Rosetta 2 is the macOS translation technology that enables apps designed for an Intel-based Mac to run on a Mac with Apple silicon.)

To run FileMaker Pro in Rosetta 2:

  1. Quit FileMaker Pro.
  2. In Finder, open the Applications folder, then select FileMaker Pro.app.
  3. Choose File menu > Get Info.
  4. Select Open in Rosetta to run FileMaker Pro as if on an Intel-based Mac.

    Clear this option to run on Apple silicon.

  5. Start FileMaker Pro.

Uninstalling FileMaker Pro

  1. Drag the FileMaker Pro application from the Applications folder to the Trash.
  2. Drag the FileMaker Pro preferences file to the Trash:

    <home>/Library/Preferences/com.filemaker.client.pro12.plist

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After installing FileMaker Pro

Where to go from here

After you've installed FileMaker Pro, you can immediately begin working with the application. Here are some suggestions on how to get started.

  • To view self-paced video tutorials on building custom apps, visit the Custom App Academy (may not be available in all languages).
  • To explore the FileMaker Pro predesigned apps, which are designed to help you manage common business and personal tasks, in FileMaker Pro, choose File menu > Create New.
  • To display the Product Documentation Center for downloading other guides, in FileMaker Pro, choose Help menu > Product Documentation.
  • For comprehensive information and step-by-step procedures about using FileMaker Pro, in FileMaker Pro, choose Help menu > FileMaker Pro Help.
  • For additional training material, visit ourwebsite.

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