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Tim Owen

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  1. Mac Mini as a FileMaker Server Computer? I am wondering about the FileMaker Server deployment scenarios in which the current (Late 2014) Mac Mini could be considered a plausible contender. In the past I have used (pre-2014) Mac Minis for FileMaker Server purposes, but only in the following scenario: 1. The client is a small non-profit organization on a budget. 2. The client organization is all-Mac and does not have internal IT support. 3. The FileMaker solution is a LAN-based workgroup solution with not more that 5-10 users. 4. The solution does not require IWP (FMS12 and earlier) or
  2. I have just started using a computer with the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Professional (a Dell Optiplex 990, Intel Core i7-2600 CPU @3.40GHz, 12GB RAM) and have installed FileMaker Pro Advanced 11.0v3. If my understanding is correct, I will need to install the 32-bit version of Java for use with 360Works Java-based FileMaker plugins. Is that correct? Presumably, I would also install the 64-bit version of Java for the purposes of other, 64-bit applications or web browsers on the computer (and, presumably, for future versions of FileMaker and associated 360Works plugins). Are there any issues I
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