Voice: Download & Installation
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If you accidentally delete your desktop shortcut for nVoq.Voice you'll need to uninstall the application from your computer before you can re-install it to get it back. See Voice Uninstallation

Step 1: Download the Executable File

  1. Go to the system URL that you use to launch nVoq products followed by "/voice"
    (for example: healthcare.nvoq.com/voice or canada.nvoq.com/voice)

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The download will look different depending on the browser you use. Chrome is shown above.

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  1. Wait for the executable file download completely.
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  1. Open the executable file to install nVoq.Voice (see Step 2).

Depending on your browser settings, the file may run automatically.

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Step 2: Install nVoq.Voice

When you run the executable file: 

  1.  nVoq.Voice will install on your computer (a Voice Setup window will display a progress bar)

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        • Upon installation files are saved in three locations:
          1. The application itself is installed at C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\Programs\nvoq-voice
          2. Files for user properties, logs, and cached items for improved performance are installed at C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\nvoq-voice
          3. Files for automatic updates are installed at C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\nvoq-voice-updater
        • In Windows Settings > Apps & features the Voice applications is called Voice [version number-build number] (for example, Voice 18.1.0-66)

If the application files are NOT installed at C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\Programs\nvoq-voice, you may get error messages when running nVoq.Voice. If you want to install in a different location see Command Line Silent Installation.

 

  1. A shortcut will be added to your computer desktop.
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        • Launching from this shortcut will be faster than the initial download.
        • By default, nVoq.Voice is configured to automatically launch when Windows starts up. You can change this on Settings.
        • If you accidentally delete your desktop shortcut, go to Add or Remove Programs, uninstall "Voice", then reinstall following instructions in Step 1

  

  1. nVoq.Voice will automatically launch and show the welcome screen. Click the Start Setup button to begin.

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  1. You will be presented with a screen where you can see the System into which you will log in and what kind of account you have.
    1. Select the system on which your dictation account exists, or keep the default setting (healthcare.nvoq.com).
      ♦ If your account is on the Canada system, click on the field and select the Canada system instead.
      ♦ If you need to use a system that is not listed, type the system URL (e.g. test.nvoq.com) into the field. Voice will remember the system you enter, so you won't need to type in again. Click your mouse onto the white space outside of the system menu to close the menu.

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  1. Select how you want to sign in:
    ♦  To log in with a Microsoft Azure Active Directory SSO account, click Sign in with Microsoft.
    ♦  To log in with an Okta SSO account, click Sign in with Okta.
    ♦  To log in with an nVoq Account, click Sign in with Username.
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