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Micros 3700 CAL on Win7 PC

Micros 3700 CAL on Win7 PC

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Hello, all. I'm supporting a Micros 3700 system for a resort and we recently replaced the PC where they do the night audits with the autosequence reports. I've installed CAL with the Win32 client 3.1.3.116 (new PC runs Win7 Pro64 fully patched), following this thread Link faithfully and have come quite close to a successful outcome.
The nagging issue is that every time the system is restarted & the non-administrative user logs on, CAL prompts to save the server name, station ID, etc., but clicking the save button allows it to move on and it works as expected. If I logon administratively, CAL reinstalls over the top of what is there along with the dozen-ish reboots.
Not sure what I missed. Licensing shouldn't be an issue as license manager looks to be set to unlimited. Not sure what else to share, if anyone has any ideas it would be much appreciated. Thanks for reading!

RE: Micros 3700 CAL on Win7 PC

try using the attached call version 3.1.3.112 if it works

as for the administrative user issue try to run "control userpasswords2" and set the password for the user you want to login automatically this would be you admin account as such it will be the default account to boot in

RE: Micros 3700 CAL on Win7 PC

(OP)
Thanks! I'll give that a go tomorrow. As for embedding the password, that's unfortunately going to be against the corporate policy. I was just trying to describe that there was a big difference in what happened when an admin vs non-admin logged on. Will report back with results.

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