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NetWare 6 and Peachtree 2004 (version 11)

NetWare 6 and Peachtree 2004 (version 11)

NetWare 6 and Peachtree 2004 (version 11)

A customer was using Peachtree v8 with the database on a NetWare 6 box, SP2 (don't like SP3) without incident.

When they upgraded to v11, only one user at a time could log into the Peachtree, with an error message geneated saying that single user was all that was available. Both accounting users can work one at a time.

In spite of resinstallion, NetWare reboots, and various tricks I cannot get bother users on simulanteously.

Peachtree says taht it hasn't tested NetWare 6.
I've move the data share to a Windows box and all works fine -  both accounting users have simultaneous access.


RE: NetWare 6 and Peachtree 2004 (version 11)

Well, it's been a few months.  Have you found any solutions?  I'm in a similiar boat (netware 6 & peachtree 2004).  Is anything working for you?  Please let me know.

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