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Software conflicts

Software conflicts

Software conflicts

(OP)
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?

ETHOS.  
A woman once drove me to drink and computers...
and I never had the decency to thank her.   
Ethos777@hotmail.com

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
david.monks@chase-international.com
http://www.chase-international.com
Accredited Crystal Decisions Enterprise Partner

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