On Sat, Apr 21, 2001 at 08:57:47PM +0100, John Gay wrote:
> I just had a thought and figured I'd ask the experts here.
I'm no expert but here's my 2 cents ;)
> Most of these CD's are the type that you just pop into the CD drive and the
> software starts automatically. There is no option to even install it to the
> hard drive. I didn't know Windows could run software remotely over a network.
> Every time I've mentioned the idea to the Windows Admin-types at work they
> look at me like I've got two heads and say 'No one can run software like
No need to run it remotely with an application server or anything.
Wouldn't sharing with Samba do the trick?
> John Gay
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