The SQL Server we are putting this on actually responds on 2 NIC cards. We
intend for it to allow users from both sides of the NIC cards to get access
to the BCM. I assume this is handled at the SQL level, not directly through
BCM right? One NIC card is connected to a wired network the other is directly
connected (with a wire) to a Wireless AP that we use for mobile clients in
our building. I assume that simply by the fact that the SQL Server responds
of both NIC interfaces that BCM will also be available to both.
Am I wrong?
"Luther Blissett" wrote:
> On Apr 20, 7:15 pm, Quilnux <Quil...> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I would like to take the BCM database and move it to a server system instead
> > of running it from a client system. Can I do this? My intent is to use the
> > server for the "shared" database.
> That's supported with BCM v3 (2007), but not earlier versions. There's
> a tool you can download to install the database on the server.