A workstation on a SBS 2008 domain that previously connected through a domain account, now has users loggong on locally to the workstation. All server shares are now available through cached credentials.
Timeslips is shared off of the server. Data files for sure, I believe the program is installed locally on each computer.
User now gets "timeslip.cfg cannot be found" error message. I checked KB below and navigated to the "Timeslips" shared folder on the server. There are eight timeslip.cfg files. Can I point the workstation to one of these, or will it create issues if it connects to the wrong .cfg file?