"i need to open it directly just like before without doing all these steps !"
That's a very bad idea and it was a dangerous way to do this with 5.5 as well. Opening a shared file directly without using Open Remote risks damaging your file.
See this Knowledge Base Article: http://help.filemaker.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/7616/kw/sharing
Can you explain what you mean by "saving" it? Filemaker saves your data automatically, so there is no need to "save" your data. If you need to save a copy of the file, you can use Save a copy as from the File menu.
opening 5.5 via TCP IP , still using and no problem , i mean , all user open and work on , (Save mean on the server computer)
when they open , they just click on the version file , (i have two version data base) and it open dicertly (1 step)
the new version , i have to click on file > remote > choose the server IP and the open ,, and work properly ,,
my question is , do i need to do this every time , i want to save it. to always open it with one click .
thanks and regards
The fact that you were able to do this in 5.5 doesn't mean it was a safe thing to do there.
FileMaker files save their data automatically. There is no option to save that data.
You do need to do that every time and should have done so with 5.5 as well. You can create a small file to save on your machine that runs a script to remotely open the hosted file. This script can be set to run automatically. Then you can double click this "opener file" to automatically open the hosted file without having to use Open Remote... as the script will do that for you.