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Hi There!

I have a client who has for the last 4 years run v7 Sage Line 50 completely fine under Terminal Services 2003. We have replaced the server with 2008 r2 x64 and upgraded them to v10, and we have a very strange problem. The logins all seem to point to the same data folder, but the following things are not consistent:

1) Number of records displayed in bottom right are different.
2) Users are not shown in the user list except themselves, and you can login as tim and peter to terminal services, but line50 as liz, and it never warns users are in twice?
3) Data entered in one user aren't showing up in any of the other users.. It's like they all point to different data.

As each user if I login to terminal services and click into help about in line50, the data and program files are the same, the windows directory is different, but if I open the sage.ini file in each location the data folder looks to be the same.

I imagine it's going to be a case of requiring each login to have a central location to access a single control file but I am not sure what or where to configure it.

I am aware it's out of date with newer versions being available, but if v7 worked, then v10 should definitely be fine.

I would greatly appreciate any information that will assist in getting it going!
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As V2011 now support Terminal Services as an environment, I suggest that the most cost effective solution is to upgrade to V2011.


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