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Mr Nawtee

Windows Xp Remote Desk Top With Record Now 10

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I have Record Now 10 installed on one computer and able to access this program through Windows XP's Remote Desktop. However, I want to be able to access the local CD drive due to the remote computers drive having writing problems. I do not see any ability to access a local CD drive because the program automatically defaults to the remote computers CD drive. Is there any ability to use a drive on the local computer rather than the remote computer?. I have checked through out the software settings, but I don't see any ability to do so, other than actually installing Record Now 10 software onto the other computer. It would seem this program should have some sort of ability to select the specific drive wether it's selecting local computers drive or a remote computers drive.

 

I guess this is a technical aspect the software engineer's haven't given much thought about.

 

 

Any comments or suggestions will be appreciated.

 

Thankx

Mr Nawtee

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I have Record Now 10 installed on one computer and able to access this program through Windows XP's Remote Desktop. However, I want to be able to access the local CD drive due to the remote computers drive having writing problems. I do not see any ability to access a local CD drive because the program automatically defaults to the remote computers CD drive. Is there any ability to use a drive on the local computer rather than the remote computer?. I have checked through out the software settings, but I don't see any ability to do so, other than actually installing Record Now 10 software onto the other computer. It would seem this program should have some sort of ability to select the specific drive wether it's selecting local computers drive or a remote computers drive.

 

I guess this is a technical aspect the software engineer's haven't given much thought about.

 

 

Any comments or suggestions will be appreciated.

 

Thankx

Mr Nawtee

 

I don't think you can burn discs across a network - the burner has to be on the system containing the program. Even if it were possible I would never do it, too much chance of burn failures.

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