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    FMS standalone on XP

    Does anyone know how i can set up FMS on a standalone PC running XP? Or better still, has anyone done it?

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    On a standalone PC still using the sims SQL server? If so .... I've got a guide I can send you

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    Assuming it can take SQL (2008 might be sensible now???) then the installation is the same as a server install. I too have an FMS install guide (for a server install).

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    If i could have both guides that would be awsome. Cheers guys.

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