1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 1, 2009 11:24 AM by TSGal

    Filemaker 6 on Citris Access Essentials



      Filemaker 6 on Citris Access Essentials


      Hi to all,

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      I need help with File maker on Citrix Software. I am running File maker Server 5.5 on my domain Controller and Citrix on another server both have Windows Server 2003 R2. I have 4 locations with 72 databases with in that location. I’m trying to get all the computers to run off of citrix server. How do I get all the databases together on one domain controller with out exceeding the 100 hosted file max and keep the databases separate. I would like to some how have the user log in the pick a location of Aus, Sat, Dal, Tul or something like that. I need to keep the databases information to stay with in that location name.


      Thanks for any help,




        • 1. Re: Filemaker 6 on Citris Access Essentials



          Thank you for your post.


          You cannot exceed 100 hosted files, so you may want to consider combining the four locations into one location, but include a field to determine the location.  That way, when a user logs in, the user can only see records in that particular location.  No need to pick a location, since the log in should automatically know where that user is located.  Does that make sense?



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