Creating a Desktop Shortcut
There are two ways you can add a shortcut to Clik Service on your desktop. This article will show you how you can do it.
Before You Start
You’ll need to know where your Clik Service software is installed – this is typically a server – or the path of the shortcut from another machine. Your machine will need to be connected to the network and have the relevant permissions to access the machine that Clik Service is installed on. If you’re not sure, speak to your IT first.
Browse & Create
The quickest way to create a shortcut is to find the original file on the main PC.
To do this click on the Windows & E keys on your keyboard at the same time. This will open up the Windows file explorer.
Double-click on the main server displayed under the network list on the left-hand side, and you’ll see a shared folder typically called Clik Service or Clik.
Within this folder, you should see a file called “clik4.exe”, which has an orange icon.
Right-click on this file and select ‘Create Shortcut’.
You will now have an icon on your desktop you can load Clik Service from.
Creating Shortcuts From The Desktop
For this method, you will need to know the direct path to where Clik is installed.
Right-click on the desktop of your PC and choose New > Shortcut.
Type or paste in the location of Clik4 into the search bar then click ‘Next‘ and ‘OK‘.