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"malletme" <vze42ztf> wrote in message
I need to re-setup autocad 2000 for a company with currently two and
growing to three users because their current setup is not working for them.
Currently they have a peer to peer windows 2000 and a licensed copy of Autocad
2000 on each. They each have acad files in their documents folder on their
desktop. They need to work on the files simultaneously. I have set up mapped
drives to each other. They are also having problems with "xrefs" (not sure
what they are). They also would like to accelerate their printer/plotter.
(Currently using hp design jet with jet direct box.) What would be the best
way to offset the printing? Should we install a server, or is that overkill.
Or maybe just get another desktop to house the files. We are kind of cost
consious. Also simplify the problems of simultaneous using of files. They are
also sharing the printer and DSL connection with a seperate company which
needs to maintain access only to internet and printing. Thanks in advance,
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