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Can I run AccPac 7.X DOS on nt terminal server 4.0?

Can I run AccPac 7.X DOS on nt terminal server 4.0?

Can I run AccPac 7.X DOS on nt terminal server 4.0?

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I have a client with several remote locations which need access to a central AccPac 7.x DOS program. I was considering installing a windows nt 4.0 terminal server as an AccPac workstation in the central location and then allowing the remote users to operate AccPac via terminal sessions.

Has anyone attempted to use AccPac DOS in a terminal services environment. If so, were there any special issues you needed to resolve.

I have already done the general NT configuration for AccPac (files=250 in config.nt and disabling opportunistic locking in the registry).

Thanks.

RE: Can I run AccPac 7.X DOS on nt terminal server 4.0?

Hi
I am running Accpac 6.x (DOS) on terminal server with 7 clients. It has been running here for approx 3 years with out a hitch. If you require any help on setting it up let me know.

Cheers
John

RE: Can I run AccPac 7.X DOS on nt terminal server 4.0?

I am having a problem since i upgraded to XP from win 98se. The GL keeps closing right in the middle of "merging transactions"  (after posting) and i have corrupt data. I did all the above as well. Help

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