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Work stations need to see D: drive on server


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I am installing Peachtree Quantum 2009 on my server. It is installed on my D: drive on the server and I need to be able to map to it from my 4 workstations. My old version of Peachtree was located on the C: drive and was mapped using an IP address. How can I get my stations to see the server D: drive?
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Hi mhb
Welcome to G2G
1st question. What kind of server are you using ?
Server 2000, Server 2003, Linux or Unix or Apple.
If you are using Server 2000 or 2003 are you using Active directory ?
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Peterm,

Thanks for getting back to me. I am running a Server 2003 but I am not sure what an Active Directory is.

Terry
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Hi Terry
Did you set up the server or is there an admin who looks after things.
I am only asking as you seem to have little knowledge of what the system is doing - Active directory is a main part
of running a network and I don't wan't to give you information that could comproise what has been set up.
If you could give me a better idea of who set it up ( some people have set up Servers and not run Active directory)
As I said I am only asking so we don't cause a comprise as there are several ways to do what you want.
Cheers
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Peterm,

Our admin guy came in. I had it mapped incorrectly but we've got it now. I was going one too many files in when I mapped it. Thanks again for trying to help me.

Terry
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