If you use FMPro10 Adv to create a runtime with kiosk mode enabled, you will be able to run it on a PC. Being a runtime it does not need any version of Filemaker to run.
Wow -- I didn't know that.
Actually, what I would like to do is install it on a server so that a number of people in one office would have access to it for entering/updating data. The problem is that the server is 1200 miles from me, and I would be the only one with Admin rights and who would modify and customize the file.
Thanks for the quick response!
In which case what TKnTexas stated will not apply.
But to answer your question, yes.. A file created to open in kiosk mode, will also open in kiosk mode within filemaker pro
What TKnTexas was referring to was a runtime version of the kiosk app, which does not network.
That's what I thought, but wasn't sure if they would need the Advanced version, too. But I sure as heck didn't know that a runtime version would run on any PC. That will be great for demos.
The runtime can be on a networked drive (it is not recommended) but it will work. It is single user. I have a runtime for recording payments made to AmEx by the employees. A single check is issued each week with payments for all AmEx expense reports submitted that week. I update that one check with the multiple amounts per card member. I use it each Friday for about 15 minutes. I have it on a networked drive. This is so the AmEx program administrator can see who has made payments (these show in a portal for each card member). And it does work flawlessly. I have enabled FMPro security. So although it is on a shared drive it is secured, one because she is the only other person that knows it is there.