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    RM Smart Client 64 bit OS?

    Is anyone aware of any issues stopping me from using smart client to build a windows 7 proffesional sp1 64bit pc to an RM network?

    Im getting an error saying i should login with an administrator user (which i am).

    I havent used smartclient for a long time so any help would be apreciated.

    Thanks

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    If you're smart clienting on a CC4 network you have to use administrator, other admin users won't work.

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    Thanks for the help. RM suggested the same thing when i finally got hold of them. Still having a problem though, apparently smart client doesnt work for 64bit version and there isnt a build for it yet either. RM are still happy to sell PCs with over 4gb of RAM and ship them with 32 bit OS.



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