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Peachtree 2007 & Terminal Services

Peachtree 2007 & Terminal Services

Peachtree 2007 & Terminal Services

Recently upgraded to Peachtree 2007 and love it. Only problem I have is with the "Pervasive Service manager" or the program W3DBSMGR.EXE. I am in a Terminal Services enviroment and I would like this to run as a system service. Instead it runs only when I ( the administrator ) logs in. As it is now, no one else can log into Peachtree 2007 when I am not logged into the terminal server. I don't come into the office until 8:30am and our accounting department opens at 7:00... so you can see how this is a problem. Anyone have any ideas why it set up this way and how to fix it?

RE: Peachtree 2007 & Terminal Services

In Case anyone else runs into this problem, it was solved by using MS Article Q137890 to make the .Exe on the terninal server run as a Service. Of course The techs at Peachtree/Sage will tell you its impossible. :)

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