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  • Install a browser extension – employee MCA

    For desktop or locally hosted access software, you need follow these steps to install a browser extension after you have installed a machine credential.

    In order to create a machine credential you will need to download and install a browser enabler/extension compatible with your device’s operating system:

    On this page:

    Steps to download and install a browser extension for Windows

    Use the link: info.authorisationmanager.gov.au/sites/default/files/atobeinstaller_exe.zip (ZIP 2.856MB)This link will download a file and save the file. Go to your Downloads folder and run ‘ATOBEInstaller.exe’.

    Screen showing the ATOBEInstaller.exe package.

    The ATOBE Installer will open. Click I Agree to progress.

    Screen showing the myGovID licence agreement.

    If the following message appears, close any open browsers and click Retry.

    Error opening file for writing: C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\ATOBE\atoakmbex.exe. Click Abort to stop the installation, Retry to try again, or Ignore to skip this file.

    Click Close to finalise installation.

    Screen showing that the browser extension installation is complete.

    You have now successfully installed the browser extension onto your computer.

    Click OK. Restart any open browsers or log off and on again.

    Screen showing success message. You have successfully installed ATOBE 1.0.1. Before using, please restart any open browsers or logoff and on again.

    Steps to download and install a browser extension for MAC OS

    Use the link: info.authorisationmanager.gov.au/sites/default/files/atobeinstaller_pkg.zip (ZIP 2.856MB)This link will download a file and save the file. Go to your Downloads folder and run ‘ATOBEInstaller.pkg’.

    Screen showing the ATOBEInstaller.pkg package.

    The ATOBE Installer will be made available in the ‘Downloads’ folder. Click on Download to activate.

    Screen showing downloads folder where package will be found after downloading.

    The ATOBE Installer will open. Click Continue.

    Screen showing the introduction of the ATOBE installer process.

    The License information will be displayed. Click Continue then Agree to progress.

    Screen showing the ATOBE licence agreement information.

    The destination is automatically selected. Click Install and you will be prompted to enter your computer password to allow installation. Then click Install Software.

    Note: You can change the install location if required before clicking Install.

    Screen showing that the user will be prompted to provide user details and password to continue installation.

    To finalise installation all applications must be closed and you will be logged out when complete. Click Continue Installation.

    Screen showing that to finalise installation, applications will be closed and you will be logged out.

    You have now successfully installed the browser extension onto your computer.

    Screen showing that the software installation was sucessful.

    You can move the ATOBE Installer to the trash as required and delete.

    Screen showing that you can move the ATOBE Installer  to the trash as required and delete.

    Once the ATOBE has been added you will be prompted to Enable Extension in order for the browser enabler to work.

    Screen showing prompt to enable the extension as part of your browser.

    Steps to download and install a browser extension for Linux

    Use link: https://info.authorisationmanager.gov.au/sites/default/files/atobeinstaller_nix_sh.zip (ZIP 146KB)This link will download a file and click on ‘ATOBEInstaller-nix.sh’.

    Screen showing the ATOBEInstaller-nix.sh package.

    Ensure that all browser sessions are closed.

    Open a terminal window at the download location and run ‘Bash ./ATOBEInstaller-nix.sh’.

    Screen showing ‘Bash ./ATOBEInstaller-nix.sh’. being run.

    The following console output will appear (elided below with comments).
    The following console output will appear: libjansson.so.4 (libc6,x86-64) => /user/lib64/libjansson.so.4 libjansson.so.4 (libc6) => / user/lib/libjansson.so.4 libjansson.so.4 (libc6,x86-64) => /user/lib64/libjansson.so

    The installer checks to see that the dependent library libjansson is present. If it is not, please install it from the relevant repository.

    Screen showing that the installer is testing for the dependent library libjansson.

    The installed executable is run. Errors will be produced if there are any other dependent libraries missing. Check and install any other missing dependencies.

    You have now successfully installed the browser extension onto your computer.

    The installed executable is run. Errors will be produced if there are any other dependent libraries missing.

     

    Last modified: 04 Feb 2020QC 61344