It’s important to note here that starting with Toad 10.0, each Toad
version is a new product. In other words, there is no true upgrade to your
installation, rather a side-by-side installation. You should take the default
install location for 10.6 and never install it into an existing Toad directory.
When you first run a newer version of Toad, you will be asked to copy settings
from a previous version of Toad to your new version. After everything copies
over and you are satisfied, you can uninstall your previous version of Toad if
Your older Toad license should work with 10.6, assuming it is a permanent
license. Just make sure you copy it down before you uninstall the old version.
When you first run 10.6 you will be prompted for a license key, just enter your
license from your previous Toad into the dialog and it should work. If not,
contact quest support and they can help you with licensing issues.
Also, I’d like to know where you got your hands on Toad version 9.2,
seeing that a version 9.2 was never compiled. We went from 9.1 to 9.5 J