Whats the difference between Workstation vs Server version of FD-ISR

Discussion in 'FirstDefense-ISR Forum' started by Brother Esau, Aug 11, 2007.

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  1. Brother Esau

    Brother Esau Registered Member

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    I am curious to know what the difference between the two are in detail of course and why on earth is the Server version of First Defense-ISR so friggin expensive? Is the Server Version for multiple Machines? From what I can assertain I would say NO but thats how I read into it!
     
  2. Brother Esau

    Brother Esau Registered Member

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  3. Peter2150

    Peter2150 Global Moderator

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    Haven't answered, cause I don't know. Unless you are running a server not sure it matters.
     
  4. Brother Esau

    Brother Esau Registered Member

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    Wonder if LeapFrog Software might add some insight to my inquiry?
     
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    When you have contacted them, asked them, and recieved a reply, you might like to post the answer.
     
  6. ErikAlbert

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    As far as I know most regular members don't use the server edition.
    If you want a real answer, you better contact the support service of the company.

    I only know one thing : installing FDISR was my very best decision until now and it changed my computer completely and forever in a very good way.
    All my computer problems are fixed immediately without knowledge and I never had a cleaner computer, working properly all the time and I still can do crazy things, only much safer.
    I got my money many times back, because I don't have to spend my time on solving problems anymore and time = money. :)
     
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