Go to the Sierra Installer Link: https://sierra.marmot.org/sierra/desktop
Click on the Download link for the Platform that you are currently using on your computer.
Note: if you do not know if you are running a Windows 32 bit or 64-bit platform, on the toolbar, type the word system in the search box, and then click on the System Information in the Programs list. When System Summary is selected in the navigation pane, the operating system is displayed as follows: For a 64-bit version operating system: X64-based PC appears for the System Type under Item.
On this page are instructions for downloading all the different platforms. Click on the link to start the downloading process. Note: In the installer, the http://sierra.marmot.org will automatically populate as the IP address
When the program is downloaded on your computer, click on the program file to bring up the Open option. Click on Open to start the installation.
The InstallAnywhere box will appear showing you that the program is installing.
The guide information will be listed under the Introduction section. Read the instructions and click the Next button.
The Choose Install Folder will show you where Sierra will be installed. Click on the Choose button if you want to change the default location for the Sierra installation. Click the Next button.
The Choose Shortcut Folder will display options for where you want the icon to display. On the Desktop is the default. You can choose other options for where you want the icon to display. Note: the Don’t create icon will not give you a physical icon to open Sierra. You will have to go to the Sierra Desktop App folder location to access Sierra. Click the Next button.
The Pre-Installation Summary shows the Product Name, Install Folder, Shortcut Folder, Java VM Installation Folder (Java version 8.0 is the latest version), and the Sierra Server. This information is populated automatically so you do not need to enter any of this information into the installer. Click the Install button.
If you scroll down the Disk Space Information (for Installation Target) is located at the bottom of the screen.
The Installing Sierra Desktop App will start installing the program.
The Install Complete will display the location of the Sierra Desktop App folder. Click on the Done button.
Once the Sierra client is installed and appears on the screen, you want to close it out.
Go into your file explorer and click on This PC and double-click to open Windows (C:).
Double-click on the Sierra Desktop App folder.
Double-click on the jarcache folder.
Highlight and delete the files in the jarcache folder.
Click to open up Sierra again. The jar files will be loading at the bottom of the screen. It will take several minutes for Sierra to download jar files, especially the first time. Once loaded, you can log in to Sierra.
Note: The self-check requires a special configuration, so you will need Marmot's assistance. Self-check logins depend on the location.