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    Re: Limes software on a CC3 network

    Ah right, so it was a 16bit app then.
    Makes sence, well done on the solution!

    Most of the time, faults like that are just a little setting thats VERY easy to miss.

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    Re: Limes software on a CC3 network

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian.S
    SUCCESS!!!
    I was looking at the Librarians profile in the Management Console, and there was one of the boxes I've never used, 'Legacy programs enabled'.
    You know when something smacks you in the face (yeah, you all shout, smack the newbie!), and you think "that can't be it, can it?".
    I really should have thought to ask, seeing asI've been there, done that and vowed not to forget

    A good way to tell if an app needs legacy setting enabled is to open task manager, check that Windows on Windows isn't running, run app and see if WoW starts.

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