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Setup Guide


To download and install the Procore Drive on a PC or laptop computer running a supported version of Windows. 

Things to Consider

  • Procore Drive must be installed on a system running Microsoft Windows 7 or newer. It is NOT supported on earlier versions of Microsoft Windows, iOS devices, or the OS X operating system.
  • Procore Drive observes the same user access permissions as the Procore web application. For example, to upload files to the Documents tool, your user account must be granted 'Standard' or 'Admin' level permissions to the Documents tool. 
  • Procore Drive is the replacement program for an earlier application named Procore for Desktop (P4D). If you are using P4D, it is strongly recommended that you upgrade to Procore Drive. 
  • In order for files to be pushed to Procore from Procore Drive, you will need to upload each of the files to Procore Drive.


There are three (3) ways to install Procore on a Windows computer. Choose the installation scenario that works best for you: 

Install Procore Drive for the First Time


  1. Click the link below to download the latest version of Procore Drive:

    Note: Download links are also available in the Procore web application in the lower portion of the right pane of the Documents, Emails, Photos, and Schedules tools. 
  2. After the download completes, the installer launches automatically. If it does not launch, you can:
    • Double-click the Install Procore Drive icon on your computer's desktop. 
    • Double-click the file named ProcoreDriveSetup.exe. You can find this file in the download location.
  3. When the installer runs, one of two things will happen:
    • If this is the first time you are installing Procore Drive on the computer, click Run when the "Do you want to run this file?" message appears.
    • If you have previously installed Procore Drive, the installer will typically runs automatically. 
      Note: The installation typically requires approximately one (1) minute. To avoid running a second instance of the installer, always wait for the installation to complete instead of attempting to run the installer a second time.
      Note: The default installation path for Procore Drive is: C:\Program Files (x86)\Procore Technologies\Procore Drive. This cannot be changed. 
  4. When installed, Procore Drive launches automatically. If it does not launch, simply double-click the Procore Drive icon on your computer's desktop. 
    You can now log into your account and begin using Procore Drive. See Logging into Procore Drive.

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