Clients, please Login to retrieve your current Visio Network Diagrams, Product Maintenance & Patch Releases, Error Log Analysis, Proposed Solutions, Training Material, Site Best Practices, Custom Scripts, and other available downloads from your secure FTP repository.Client Login We have a lot of customers running Intuit's Quick Books accounting software.IF you are in a multi-user Environment, make sure to always say NO to the Service update request by the software.Please make sure to instruct your users in your company to always say NO to this prompt.In this scenario, since three users are using Quick Books, a 3 User product will be best suited to your business' needs.
Currently, there are two ways to configure multi-user set up for Quick Books Desktop: The Recommended multi-user set up is having the company file stored on the Host computer.
The installation of these updates has to be coordinated with your IT team and has to involve the Server as well as EVERY workstation on your network at the same time.
Allowing different workstations to run different Releases of even the same version of Quick Books can cause permanent damage and data corruption in your company file.
The database is written by "Sybase" and is a major component of a Quick Books . In a multi-user environment, the file is placed on an SMB share (Windows) or Linux export.
The single file approach is a blessing for small companies as it is very easy to backup, transport, and restore.