The purpose of this website is to enhance the support services provided to HEC-RAS customers. The HEC-RAS website provides a number of resources, which include helping the user download software, learn how to use HEC-RAS, resolve problems, report bugs, and suggest improvements to CEIWR-HEC products and service. Unfortunately, CEIWR-HEC is unable to provide phone or email technical support to non-USACE customers. However, CEIWR-HEC does encourage anyone who finds an issue with CEIWR-HEC software, to please report that issue through the HEC-RAS Bug Report page. Also, please review CEIWR-HEC's Support Policy page for further details.
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End User License Agreement. Before downloading or purchasing, you must read and agree with the terms of our Bitvise SSH Server End User License Agreement. Click the link to open it and read it. If you disagree, you must not download or purchase Bitvise SSH Server; if you have already downloaded it, you must destroy all copies.
Personal use. No activation code is required for non-commercial personal use. Simply download the latest Bitvise SSH Server version, make sure that you have no pre-existing installations, and select 'Personal Edition' when offered the choice during installation. Note, however, that you may not use Bitvise SSH Server in personal mode unless your use is both personal and non-commercial. All organizations must purchase licenses.
But ultimately, relying on any one app to protect your system, data, and privacy is a bad bet, especially when almost every antivirus app has proven vulnerable on occasion. No antivirus tool, paid or free, can catch every malicious bit of software that arrives on your computer. You also need secure passwords, two-factor logins, data encryption, systemwide backups, automatic software updates, and smart privacy tools added to your browser. You need to be mindful of what you download and to download software only from official sources, such as the Microsoft App Store and Apple Mac App Store, whenever possible. You should avoid downloading and opening email attachments unless you know what they are. For guidance, check out our full guide to setting up all these security layers.
First, download and install Accessport Manager. Then, plug the Accessport into the computer via the micro USB > USB cable. You can then open Accessport Manager and view the manage tab shown here (this also shows the installed state mentioned below):
Send an email over to [email protected] and let them know the serial number from your V2 and the V3. They can send you an update to allow the V3 to recognize your V2 serial number so it can use those maps.
When I installed the accessport it downloaded my factory map. When I go to un-marry my accessport and I go to un install does it automatically download the factory map back onto the car or do I have to do the factory map download first then go to un-install so I can have a friend use it on his fiesta? 2b1af7f3a8