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Peachtree Company Missing

Peachtree Company Missing

Peachtree Company Missing

(OP)
2 Computer network.  1 comp acts as a peachtree server which stores the peachtree data folders, the other accesses the peachtree files over a mapped network drive.  I have confirmed that both computers are looking at the same folder, but in the file pane of the open file dialog box the companies which i may select are different for the two computers.  Any ideas would be appreciated.

Micah A. Norman

RE: Peachtree Company Missing

I can't think of any reason why not...  They both have the same version of Peachtree I assume (although this shouldn't matter when browsing for a company).  Only thing I can think of is that on the client computer, you are trying to open it from the wrong location, but you believe it is the right location.  Perhaps you're looking in the root of the peachtree folder (peachw), and not in the company's subfolder?

Matt J.

RE: Peachtree Company Missing

(OP)
Actually embarrasingly enough they were running different versions of Peachtree.

Micah A. Norman

RE: Peachtree Company Missing

Okay, glad I could help.

Matt J.

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