Aurora Help Needed!

Discussion in 'a la mode (TOTAL)' started by mbrunson, Jul 25, 2005.

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  1. mbrunson

    mbrunson Sophomore Member

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    I need someone with excellent computer skills and knowledge of the setup proceedure to call me. 702-641-5657. I am having difficulty getting a network install to work on the workstations.
     
  2. mbrunson

    mbrunson Sophomore Member

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    Nevermind...

    There is a communication issue between the file server and workstations if the updates do not completely install.

    Seems easy, but there was no indicateiuon that the update had not installed untill we thoroughly went through the .ini
     
  3. Mister Ed

    Mister Ed Senior Member

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    And when did you get Aurora and why havent I? :D

    I am really just kidding (while curious).
     
  4. Anthem

    Anthem Senior Member

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    You should not Install Aurora on a network yet. Until it is ready, at least that is what the development manager told me when he gave me a copy. But don't worry we are days make it hours away from the final release. :)
     
  5. mbrunson

    mbrunson Sophomore Member

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    Ed, it was not planned. the beta version that was given out in Vegas was supposed to cohabitate with Athena.

    It does until you register...

    We had a forced migration to Aurora that I would not recommend to anyone. It cost us two full days of down time. The good news for you is several unknown issues were resolved that should make the final roll-out better for you and everyone else.
     
  6. Mister Ed

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    I am sorry you had the down time. That had to hurt!!!!!

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