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Running a Stand-Alone Single User RunTime on a Network

The following discusses the implications of installing a single user RunTime on a network server.

Novell NetWare

All single-user RunTimes are "NetWare enabled". They can be installed on a NetWare server and accessed by all logged in workstations one at a time.

Windows NT / 2000

A single-user RunTime may not be accessed remotely when installed to a Windows NT server. If a RunTime is installed on a Windows NT server, it may only be accessed from the server. The RunTime must be installed locally on the machine that will access NPL. Security has to be installed on the local drive in order to function.

NOTE: The newer IP-based NT installation method does not impose this restriction upon NT servers. For more information, see the section titled NT Server Introduction.