BranceCache for SQL Server?

Our time and billing software database is on a SQL Server in our main office and part of the software is on an application server. Staff will run the software through a map drive. When staff runs the time and billing software from our remote or branch office across a VPN connection, the software runs slow. Will implementing branchecache work with SQL Server?
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
No. Ask the software vendor, whether the software will work with any kind of SQL Server replication.

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What kind of SQL? SQL wouldn't normally require a mapped drive.

Many applications with poor WAN performance can be run on a Remote Desktop Session host, which allows the application to run locally on the Remote Desktop server, and then users just have screen updates and mouse and keyboard sent over the VPN.
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