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Hi 

We have a database in Go 14 and users  need to Import records from Filemaker Server 14, to Filemaker Go.

And it runs very good with all Users that have:

Ipad Air 2 and Ipad Pro  

Import time: 8 to 9  Minutes

 

But all the users that have:

Ipad 3rd and Ipad 4rd Generation 

Import time: + 1Hour

 

Both using the same wireless,

Is there any way I can identify in a script what Ipad Model the user has ?

 

Best Regards

 

 

 

 

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