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Clientele & Terminal Server

Clientele & Terminal Server

Clientele & Terminal Server

Hiya All.

I'm trying to get Clientele 3.0 running on a terminal server.
I've read through the thread shown below and simply cannot get it working.

thread633-467973: Clientele 7.3 wont work on Terminal Services

I have the icon set in the following way:

"C:\Progam Files\Platinum\Clientele Local Files\MARS32.exe" -L "C:\Progam Files\Platinum\Clientele Local Files" -D S:\ctel30 -S

However, I keep coming up with "There has been an error trying to read the file \ctelwin.lic(file not found)".  Yet, if I run the client from S:\ctel30\ctelwin.exe, it runs without a problem (except then I need to have separate 'clientele local file' folders for each user).   What am I doing wrong?


RE: Clientele & Terminal Server

You will need to have separate clientele folders for each user. If you have it installed correctly, these get automaticlaly created when the terminal server profile gets created. you have to follow the instructions that are in the attached white paper. My path looks like this:
W:\Clientele\MARS32.exe -L"W:\Clientele" -D"\\GS-FILE01\Epicor\Installers\ERP\Epicor\eFrontoffice\FrontOfficeNetwork" -S

Our Clientele is installed on a file server with the name of gs-file01. you see the path above. You have to point to where you have your license file on our shared network install.  

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