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ok - i went thru the steps you just mentioned.
Network sharing is turned on...
bottom left box shows 3 available files to share...
(these happen to be the same name of the files being shared by another host computer on the network) but it is the correct local host files available...
the network access settings are gray - not letting us configure them...i am thinking this is because of the database's settings having internal access control therefore disconnecting filemakers user access settings...don't know just a guess...
i am talking with software company of database to see if file names can be renamed possibly...
there is no other computer using same license and there is no other files on this computer being shared...is there some place i can check on this computer to see what might be going on?
all the computers are named different...all of the licenses are different...
how do i set to full access? everything with those types of settings are gray and cannot be modified as far as i can tell...i have not tried to set up user privilege on any of my machines yet...
i will double check, but i thought i made sure i didn't use a license twice...if that is not the probllem, what else could it be?
i have 1 host on a local drive on a fast computer with fast connection. all the other computers access that host thru port forwarding from a different office. those computers have a very fast internet connection and are new and fast also...but when loading the database, it takes several minutes to refresh some pages...and some are not slow, but most are slow...is there anything i can do to speed it up?
thanks for the help so far...i have all my computers linked to host computer now. One of the problems that has come up is the sluggishness/speed at which the remote computers have working in the database...is their something i can do to sppeed that up? when port forwarding thru 5003, is that to be expected? the remote computers in the same office network do not seem as sluggish...but the remote computers do...
also one computer seems to give notice that maximum number of users tops out and it knocks that one off...isn't 5 remotes onto 1 host the limit? if so, we never have more than 3 at one time...so what might be causing this error?
thanks for your input...
great thanks...i was successful in setting up port forwarding from 3 remote computers into the host filemaker.
I do however am having trouble setting up one particular remote computer into a host...if i have done everything the same in both situations, what is keeping this one computer out of the loop? it would appear that settings on the remote are not correct possibly, or where do I start looking for the solution?
thanks for your input.
about the resources...this computer will de only running filemaker pro...how do i tell the computer to allow the most resources (RAM) towards filemaker pro? or is that necessary if that is only thing running? i guess there will be antivirus also running but that would be it...
thanks for the input.