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April 19, 2020 – Hello, Native Access says I have Kontakt Player 6.2.2. installed. But when I open the VST in any DAW and click on the Kontakt Player logo… You can see that Kontakt Player is working. Could this be a problem for you? — Hello, Native Access says you have Kontakt Player 6.2 installed and therefore you can see the Kontakt Player logo on your DAW panel. I’m assuming this might be a problem for you. To test this, we recommend that you restart your computer and try doing the same. — Ok, thanks

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