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    I set up ofline sync from the laptop and now found that the user on the server under users is missing although i see the user from the laptop as a share i can access the data.

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    I have a bunch of XP/Vista Home edition pc's that I will be upgrading or replacing with pro edition. In the mean time can these pc's access data on a windows 2008 server, even if it is just shared directories? Thanks

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  • Looking for software to allow arbitrary apps to share arbitary data amongst themselves

    I'm looking for a software that would allow arbitrary applications to share arbitrary data amongst themselves. Data suppliers could communicate with the service to "publish" what data they have available. Consumers can ask the service for what data is available. Consumers do not necessarily work in...

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  • Shared Access Database

    I'm having a problem with opening a shared database in Access 2002. I open it on a specific workstation as a shared database others users cannot open it. But when I open it on any other workstation as a shared database everyone can open it.

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  • Two Applications sharing the same database

    Hi , We have ORACLE RDBMS 9.2.0.6 ,and E-business suit 11.5.10.2 . Platform is Solaris 10. The applicatioin and the database are on the same server. We have users accessing this application from another Geographical location .Those users are facing performance problems due to the link . Question:...

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