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    SIMS doc storage?

    Just installing Sims (Simsinst.exe) and usually just install the default. Today I clicked on settings and found that the:
    Install SIMS Document Server application in the directory was pointing to (C:\Program Files\SIMS\SIMS .net Document Server)
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    Store documents in the directory was pointing to (c:\DocStorage)

    Is this correct?

    Also, the pathe for the database name is pointing to the old databse (before we moved to sql2005). Does the connect.ini on the s drive override this path?

    Many thanks
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    You might want to check sims.ini in the windows directory to see if that has the right info in.

    This is a workstation right? if it is then you're not installing the doc server so it dont matter what settings you have there (as far as i know).



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