How to Make Your Database Available to all Windows Accounts ?

This document applies if you want to run SpeedBase with multiuser access on a RDS (remote desktop services or terminal services) environment.

By default, your database is located under your own documents folder. If a user logs on using a different Windows account, that document folder becomes invisible and SB suggests you to create a new database. If each user only needs to access his/her own private database, then this works just fine. But if you want the same database to be available to all users, all you have to do is, to move your data folder to some public folder and then adjust connection settings from SpeedBase as described below: Important!
To prevent accidental use of the older data folder, either delete it or move that folder to some backup location.



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