Tas Books Network Install

Posted on 2007-10-08
Last Modified: 2013-11-15
Tas Books, i want to install tas in a student lab and the data files on a MS 2003 Server, all seems to install ok but when to run tas it creates the demo company on the server but will not copy to client, the netwo rk share
allows all full r/w access, any help appreciated, thanks
Question by:shaydempsey
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    Why not create a Shared folder on the server and point the client machines to that. Each student can then be certain they have a "virgin copy" each time. Not only that but changes to the demo are only make once.

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