You can use this article to assist you with the following scenarios:
If you've mistakenly installed as the wrong store type, and you haven't already entered inventory data or recorded transactions, you can simply change the store type:
Merchant Service: Make sure all unsettled credit and debit card batches are settled before changing store types
Licensing: Each store is installed with a unique license number and client workstations within a store may have merged licenses with the server. Your licenses may have to be re-configured to work with your new setup. Please contact technical support so we can make sure your licenses are set up correctly.
Integration with QuickBooks financial software: Only Headquarters can exchange data with QuickBooks Desktop. You may need to reconfigure Financial Exchange to make sure you continue to have successful exchanges.
Inventory: In a multi-store operation, all stores share the same item list. If you have been operating with separate inventories at multiple stores and change a store to a remote, the unique inventory items at that store will be lost if steps are not taken to first migrate them to Headquarters inventory.
Transaction History: Any existing transaction history on the file will be reassigned to the Store you are changing to. If you do not wish to have this action taken, starting a new company file would be the best option.
Order Documents: Make sure you have records of pending purchase and customer orders, as well as any deposits that may have been taken toward those orders.
Once you've considered all of these, click the above section I haven't entered any inventory or transactions yet for instructions to change store type.