How do I use Fitnessgram At Ease Macintosh configuration?
- From the admin station, mount Server HD (sign in as "xxxxxx" and "xxxxxx"), and look for the At Ease Central folder.
- Open the folder and drag the entire Fitnessgram6 folder to the Macintosh HD on the admin station. Place the mounted volume into the trash.
- Open up Fitnessgram6 on Macintosh HD, and drag a file called FGRAM60 to the admin station’s desktop (you will need it later).
- Open up At Ease Administration and create a group called FITNESS using the following snapshots. This does not show the workgroup shared folder as being checked to open or save. However, these boxes need to be checked initially to set the data path, and then you will need to uncheck them (as in figure 3) after all is completed so teachers or students cannot go back and delete database files.
- Finally, in At Ease Admin, make sysop (short for system operator) and the physical education teachers members of the FITNESS group.
- Close out of finder at the admin station and log into At Ease using sysop. You should see FITNESS as an option.
- Choose FITNESS, and let the system bring up the desktop. Make sure you see the two icons for Fitnessgram Student and Fitnessgram Teacher.
- Close out of At Ease and go into Finder.
- Mount the Server HD and go back into At Ease Central. Expand the Documents folder in At Ease Central and look for a folder called Groups folder (it should be directly below Global Shared f).
- Expand the Groups folder, and you should see another folder called Fitness. Inside of this folder you should see another folder called Group Shared f. Drag the file FGRAM60 from the desktop (step 2) to Group Shared f.
- Close out of Server HD.
- Log into At Ease and go to the Fitness group. This will bring up a message that the database file cannot be opened at this time.
- Pick the Browse option, and go to FGRAM60 and click on Open. This step will bring up the screen for the unlock code and school information. Enter this information there.
- Copy Fitnessgram to the Macintosh HD on machines that will be using it minus FGRAM60. You will have to go to those machines, log in, and link databases.