I have QGIS 3.2 installed (Windows 7 64-bit), and I need to be able to read and write to Esri file geodatabases.
I have read the thread Installing File Geodatabase (*.gdb) support in QGIS?, which explains how to install the necessary FileGDB driver during a fresh install of QGIS; however, I would like to install the FileGDB driver for my existing install of QGIS.
So, my question is:
Is there a way to install the FileGDB driver after QGIS has been installed?
p.s. If this were on my personal computer at home, I'd just do a fresh install. As it stands, it took me a few years of pestering my IT folks to even get them to allow an install of QGIS on my machine as a "test case", so the fewer hoops I have to ask them to jump through to get QGIS to meet all of our needs, like read/write to File GDB, the better!