Installing Unity Web Player for Windows XP

Attention: These instructions only apply if you are using Internet Explorer.  The Unity Web Player is not required for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, or Microsoft Edge.  We strongly recommend you use one of these browsers instead, as the plugin is being deprecated by Unity Technologies.

 

Before you start...

These instructions are for installing the Unity Web Player in a classroom environment.  Administrative privileges are required to continue.  Please read all steps before continuing and be sure to follow all steps for a successful installation.

  1. Download the Unity Web Player from Unity Technologies. Select the Download link on the page and save the downloaded file to your desktop, or an easy to find location. Do not RUN the application, SAVE it. 
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    Internet Explorer users, please note that IE will prompt you to choose a location to download the file to. Choose Desktop and click save.unity-xp-save.png
  2. Close all web browsers.  You may want to print these instructions for reference before closing.
  3. Open a command prompt:
    1. Open Start Menu by clicking the Windows Start Button at the bottom left of your screen.
    2. Click "Run"
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    3. Type "cmd.exe" and click "OK"
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  4. In the command prompt, type the following:
    • cd Desktop [press Enter]
    • UnityWebPlayer.exe /AllUsers [press Enter]

    or for a "silent" install:
    • cd Desktop [press Enter]
    • UnityWebPlayer.exe /S /AllUsers [press Enter]
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  5. Now that the plugin is installed, you must go to the Check Requirements page to make sure that the required player files are downloaded for WhiteBox applications. 
    1. Go to the Check Requirements page.
    2. If you are asked to UPDATE the Unity Web Player, select YES.
    3. You may need to restart your browser before logging into WhiteBox Applications.
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