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MIS Systems Thread, iepwriter in Technical; how does this work? Im supposed to give someone "access" to it on the academic network and I haven't got ...
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    how does this work?

    Im supposed to give someone "access" to it on the academic network and I haven't got a clue. all the existing instances of it were set up by westfield on admin machines.

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    Hiyah .. do you have the original discs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brpilot99 View Post
    Hiyah .. do you have the original discs?
    Not personally. This is the first I've heard about discs.....is there a way around "no" ? thx

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    Hi i installed iepwriter to a network share and then created the shortcuts to the exe on the desktop and this allows all teachers access to one database.

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    hmm making internal enquires about the disc.

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