Image Competition Manager 3
The Image Competition Manager program is used to handle competition judging and shows while
disconnected from the Internet. Data and images are synchronized between your website and this
program when an Internet connection is available. Many organization use this program for critique sessions with their members and to perform
judging and scoring functions at a meeting.
You must create a Visual Pursuits website before you can use the Image Competition Manager program.
If you have not done this yet, use the "Create a Website" menu above to start that process.>.
You must be running Windows 7 or later.
Windows XP is Not supported.
Unfortunately, Mac's are not directly supported, however you can run Windows on a Mac
through the use of the built-in Bootcamp Assistant, the Parallels product, or another virtual machine product.
Other prerequisite software may be downloaded and installed by the ICM installer as needed.
You must install the free Microsoft SQL Server LocalDB product. This is used to store information
about your competitions and images on your notebook computer.
You will only need to do this once. You do not need to re-install the LocalDB component when you update the ICM program.
You must install LocalDB using the link below before
attempting to install the ICM program. Note that the 2012 and 2014 versions of LocalDB are also compatible with the ICM program.
Click to Install SQL Server 2016 LocalDB.
If you have a 32-bit operating system, you will need to use the 32-bit
SQL 2012 LocalDB version.
Video on Installing the Image Competition Manager
This video demonstrates how to install the program and perform your initial setup of the program.
Additional videos are available on how to use the Image Competition Manager program.
Install using Click Once Deployment.
On Windows 8 and later you may get a prompt indicating "Windows Protected your PC". Click "more info..." and "Run Anyway".
Your clock and time zone must be accurate to within 2 minutes or you may fail with a security error.
If you are using Internet Explorer, click "Run" when prompted or your install may fail.
Keep your browser page open until your install completes.