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Peachtree 2011 error

Posted on 2014-01-15
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When try to log in as a user on a particular pc and try to open Peachtree 2011 it gives me this error:
"peachtree another user is currently performing an operation that requires single user access to peachtree.  Please try again in a few moments"

This is only happening on this PC because if the same user logs on to windows with his user id and logs on to Peachtree he is fine.

Only one user can log on to this machine with her user id and access Peachtree.

If another user logs in with their windows id on this PC they cannot access Peachtree but if they log in as the only user that can and log in to Peachtree with their logon it is ok.

So, the only one that can run Peachtree on this machine is only one user but this does not happen on other PC's.

Is there something about Peachtree that is user/pc specific?
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It is possibly that a lock file hasn't been cleared at some point on this PC. Try doing a search for any *.lck or *.ptl files and delete them.
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