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    Default Different OS on server and client machine

    Dear Sirs,

    Is that possible to make application Server - Client with ZenOn 6.51, but OS on server machine is different from that is on client machine.
    Example: application is made in ZenOn 6.51, in Win 7 32 bit, that will be server. Client will be on another machine with Win XP SP2.

    Regards,
    Albert Nemet

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    Default Re: Different OS on server and client machine

    Hi,

    Yes, that is perfectly fine. You can have any mix of operating system, provided the operating system is supported by the zenon version you are using. (e.g. Windows 2000 is no longer supported by zenon 6.51)

    You can have a zenon runtime running server on e.g. Win7x64 and a zenon runtime standby server on e.g. Server2008R2, and a client on Windows XP Embedded or Windows Embedded standard.

    You can also have a server running on Windows CE 6, and a client running on Windows Server 2008R2, however the zenon runtime for Windows CE as the server has limited functionality compared to the PC version.

    Best regards,
    Mark

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    Default Re: Different OS on server and client machine

    Hi!

    Thank you!

    Albert

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