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Old 08-12-2010, 03:00 PM   #3
Starson17
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Originally Posted by JeffAlan66 View Post
We are trying to run Calibre on a MS Terminal Server.
To satisfy my curiosity, are you trying to have multiple users share the same library in a client-server type configuration or are you trying to run multiple different independent copies, each with its own library and configuration settings? You definitely can't do the first. I don't believe you can do the second either, although possibly setting up virtual machines might permit it. (Has anyone run Calibre in a VM?)

FYI, client-server is on the long-range todo list.
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