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Is there a way to install MYOB Retail Manager on a Terminal Server?

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We have MYOB Retail Manager with a shopfront on a networked PC. But Network access is quite slow.

Installing it locally on the existing TS would be great but I can't seem to run two copies of RM at once. I;m thinking about Thinstalling/Thinapping it but would rather not.
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Deploying in a TS environment would be a breach of licensing agreement.  It only supports client OSes.  If you want to run simultaneous instances, you need multiple licenses to do so, but even then, the supported OSes are:

Windows 7®, Windows ® Vista Ultimate, Windows Vista Business or Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 2)

Source: http://myob.com.au/products/small-business/retail-hospitality/retailmanager-1258090694521?productArea=SystemRequirements

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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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