Here'a an odd one- We have a 16 bit program that needs to access files based on a server. This works just fine in Windows 7 32bit, but in 64 bit it doesn't seem to be able to access the files. We've attempted XP compatibility mode to no avail. It seems it may be an issue with credentials being passed through, but we are not sure.
What operating system (and bit level) is the program running ON?
16 bit programs CANNOT run on 64 bit operating systems. If they use standard networking protocols then they should be able to communicate
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