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I know I have seen references to running these on two different servers, but I have just very minor needs, with about 10 databases, not alot of server activity. Could you still not run these on the same box? I hate using another webserver to store just FM Server and 10 small databases.

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You could.

You could also run them in the hallway or on the sidewalk. Or you could just toss them in the trash. You could also run around naked, smacking each of your co-workers with a foam finger. There is alot of stuff that you can do.

However none of this is recommended or even a good business idea.

Running both a client (Unlimited) and a server (FM Server) on the same machine is a recipe for for disaster as they both compete for the same resources and as users fight over other system resources.

No you definately need FM Server running on a server machine, while Unlimited will be perfectly happy running on a workstation class machine or along with you web server.

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Originally posted by Razorbx:

I know I have seen references to running these on two different servers, but I have just very minor needs, with about 10 databases, not alot of server activity. Could you still not run these on the same box? I hate using another webserver to store just FM Server and 10 small databases.

Thanks!

As CaptKurt pointed FM server and FM client or Unlimited on single machine is no-no-no!

However, IIS and Unlimited on single box -- yes we are working like that for 3 years without single problem.

Just the usual FM wide open to hackers as was designed by the lovely FM engineers who are just quiet about this.

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