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Software conflicts

Software conflicts

Software conflicts

Hi ya,
I was just wondering if there are any software conflicts with enterprise and crystal reports or/and info.

Will i need to partition my drive and put enterprise onto a seperate drive area, worse still will i need to produce a drive (spit, spit, hiss) image for it to run properly.

Any ideas?

A woman once drove me to drink and computers...
and I never had the decency to thank her.   

RE: Software conflicts

ethos: To reassure you I am currently running Enterprise and Info 7.5 simultaneuosly on this Win2K Server based laptop without incident. Enterprise will also co-exist with Reports 8 and earlier but you may have to be careful about exactly how you organise your installs etc. If you need any more just ask.

David C. Monks
Accredited Crystal Decisions Enterprise Partner

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