Subject Re: [ib-support] Windows XP Home
Author Todd Brasseur
It wasn't Firewall stuff as we checked that ...

I think that Microsoft intentionally left out something in the Home
Edition so that it couldnt be used for client server applications. Just
my thought, I haven't found any evidence to this affect.


Phil Shrimpton wrote:

> On Friday 07 February 2003 21:21, you wrote:
> Hi,
> > Has anyone been able to sign on to Firebird on a remote PC running
> > Windows XP Home?
> XP comes with all sorts of Firewall stuff turned on, which might be your
> problem.
> XP home is really a 'home' OS, and personally I would not spend too
> much time
> on trying to get it to work in a 'business' environment. XP Pro is
> OK, but
> it is still only a client OS (there is no XP server'). If you are
> going to
> use Windows as a server OS, I would recommend W2k Server or NT Server
> (SP5+)
> Phil
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Todd Brasseur, A.M.A.A.
COMPASS Municipal Services Inc.

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