I'm not sure if my last reply posted properly...
We were able to accomplish our tasks. All of the client computers
can now access discs 1-105 on the server. Thanks to all who helped,
especially Don Blanchard, who gave us a very specific set of
instructions that we followed.
Panguitch Family History Center
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, "Don L. Blanchard" <blanchard@n...>
> I thought that someone else would have responded to you before
> does not sound like the original install was a standard install.
> a number of steps involved in adding new CD's on a network and the
> recommended procedure is found at FHCTECH, but it has been so long
> printed it that I don't know exactly where it is located. If you
> find it send me a e-mail direct and I can forward it to you. I
> a one page set of steps that I use to install so that I don't miss
> any. You also need to have a file with a password and network key
> (software) that is provided by the Church. It can come in an e-
> want to handle that file and ask that centers not share the
> directly. Maybe someday that will change.
> I am located in Cedar City and if you get over this way, I would
> to go through the steps with you. I just installed CD's 106-115
> center last night.
> Don Blanchard
> Cedar City FHC