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Set a "To Do" reminder in QuickBooks to switch this value back to once the resource leak has been fixed. Are you using the Windows option to publish just the application?

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If so can the published application be accessed from a Mac or is that still impossible. I'm not sure if it works or not but I am looking at the QuickBooks installer on my Mac right now so I have a little hope. Even if it doesn't work for Quickbooks the software might be worth checking out for other applications. It certainly wouldn't be a supported configuration, so Intuit won't be able to help you when you call in to support.

I didn't see enterprise 12 on that list so I'll see what happens. Since using Quickbooks enterprise 3 years now I haven't had any issue that required me to get support knock on wood yet. But your right it would suck to not be supported, I'm really just curious to see if it runs though. It would require a lot more testing maybe by one or two users before I installed on the rest.

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Yep Quickbooks would not start after the installation. That was version 11 that I was trying first, now I'm trying version 12 but I'm expecting the same outcome. Oh well it was worth a shot. I've dealt with Quickbooks corruption issues that don't show up till year end and they are not fun. Thanks for the advice, I'll make a copy of the data file and move it to a different location for testing. Still, the fact that all the ones that have been tried say that they don't work, and the rest say unknown is a bad sign.

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Anything else either won't work, or worse, will cause data corruption as Tim says. If I set up a Terminal server with Server R2 SP1 would I be able to access the hosted application from a mac, I don't have any experience with Terminal Services and haven't read the documentation yet. You used to work at Quickbooks, do you know why there isn't a Mac installer for enterprise edition.

It looks like there's stand alone versions of Quickbooks for Mac but no support for Enterprise.

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Just curious. Terminal Services is your best bet, and it is easy to setup. Costs a bit for the licensing, but worth it in saving you the hassle. Using TS means you only have to upgrade the one installation, and you don't have to deal with the mess of the database hosting. The Mac version split off from the Windows version a long time ago.

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The end result is that the Mac version is behind the Windows version in terms of features, and there is no Enterprise client for Mac. Your one other option would be QuickBooks Online, but that is only if you can get by without the Enterprise features that QBO doesn't have. And I don't know if you can convert from Enterprise data files to QBO yet, so you'd have to check that.

Cool, thanks for the explanation on the lack of enterprise support for Mac. I'm gonna download the Server trial as we don't own a copy yet to test out the Terminal Server and see if I can figure out how to get a Mac to work with it. Otherwise I might look into a Citrix solution, I'll update if I find a better option. Yep I just wanted to check out the application publishing feature, I know you said it wouldn't work for Macs but just still wanna see how it functions. Does Citrix require Terminal Services or can it be stand alone? Sorry for the dumb questions I have the same amount of experience with Citrix as I do with TS which is none.

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Gorden Bennet, yes Chen, everybody, everybody's dead Dave. He's dead Dave, everybody's dead, everybody is dead Dave. Wait, are you trying to tell me everybody's dead? Citrix provides application publishing to all version of Windows TS ,, that will work with a Mac as a client.