I just finished installing QB 2009 Pro on a users workstation. The company files are located on a network share and are totally accessible and everything works. However from previous threads and stuff i'm reading online I thought 2009 was a client-server application and I could actually have most of the files installed on a server location?
What should I be concerned with that is on the users workstation that isn't being properly stored on the network drive? I know when I did the conversion from 2007 to 2009 it said it needed to do a backup to be safe. I don't see that on the network drive though. Where is this being saved?
Is there a simple way to move all of these program files out to the server or is this unneccessary? So right now the user has the full install on her workstation and just the company files are out on the network? Is this correct?
It's a single user environment but I want to protect against her hard drive failing or something similar. Would doing the "server" install (which i couldn't find and saw no option for) be a safer method of access if this was my concern?