Shipping Manager is designed to run locally on a single computer and not on a network or terminal server environment. Depending on your system set-up, the steps provided in this article may or may not work for you.
Important: If you set up Shipping Manager in this way, you may encounter other issues or errors related to that setup, and it is possible that the only way to resolve such issues will be to restore Shipping Manager to a local installation on one system.
Note: The information in this article is technical. It is directed to a computer or network technician or a qualified computer power user.
After Shipping Manager is installed, the easiest way to share a Shipping Manager database is to choose one computer to be the host computer that will store the Shipping Manager database.
Moving the database to a network server
Directing Shipping Manager to use a database over the network
On each computer:
The shared database is now in use. Note that some settings, such as printers, are local and are set on a computer-by-computer basis.