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User Licence Problems

User Licence Problems

User Licence Problems

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I am going back a few versions here so I am hoping that someone will be able to help me. I currently have an old NT server which is running Pervasive SQL 2000i. This was originally a PErvasive V7 installation with 10 users and was subsequently upgraded to 200i with 20 users.

Now I am setting up a new server and installing 2000i initially (hope to be upgrading soon - limited by ERP application). The problem is that I installed the software and added in the 10 users that came with that release. However, I can't find the original software so don't know how to increase the user count to the 20 that I am actually licenced for. Is there any file that I can copy from the old server to increase my licence count to the proper amount?

Mighty

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