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QB Premier or Accountant on Terminal Server

Merlin  Castus's Profile

I would like to hear from you if you have had any experience with have QB Premier or Accountant version on a terminal server. I talked to QB this morning, they said they only support Enterprise on a terminal server. I would appreciate any advice.


Bruce McAllister
Title: CFO
Company: Evergreen Data Systems
(CFO, Evergreen Data Systems) |

I have used both with relatively little problem on a cloud hosted service. There are two scenarios for doing this, one is to lease the QB license through the hosting service on a monthly basis or 2) have your hosting service install your own license on their server. Option 2 is better if you have a lot of support issues because QB always needs to know the license info. Under option 1, it is difficult because you need to bring in the host to contact QB.

I currently use Cloud9 and we are using a Virtual Server so we can also store all documents and attachments to QB in one location. We also have users login from various locations with no problems. I have not used Enterprise, but I didn't see where you get all that much more horsepower with that version....

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