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NT Server MKDE 6.15 with Windows 2000 Clients

NT Server MKDE 6.15 with Windows 2000 Clients

NT Server MKDE 6.15 with Windows 2000 Clients

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I am just trying to find if anyone out there has this combination and if there are any known issues.

The application is 16 bit written in TAS Professional

I have discovered that the Client must have 802.3 Frame Type and correct Network Address

RE: NT Server MKDE 6.15 with Windows 2000 Clients

There aren't any known issues that I've heard of but I know that Windows 2000 was never tested with Btrieve v6.15.  
Are you getting any errors?  You would want to make sure that WBTRCALL.DLL, WBTRTHNK.DLL, WBTRV32.DLL, W32BTICM.DLL are all in the system path.  You should also make sure that the BTI.INI has THUNK=YES.  

Mirtheil
mirtheil@mirtheil.com
Custom VB and Btrieve development.

RE: NT Server MKDE 6.15 with Windows 2000 Clients

We are running Platinum accountnig with the 6.15 workstation drivers under Windows 2000 and our Platinum APP Server which is DOS also runs under a Windows 2000 dos session.  While I'd like to upgrade to PSQL 2000 the company does not yet want to put out the upgrade cost.  But as far as everything operating we have had no problems.  We are running the 32-bit version of Btrieve 6.15.  I also have a couple of 16-bit apps running under Win2K again with the 32-bit Btrieve drivers and all works ok.

Gil

Gil

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