|26 Jan 2011||#1|
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setting compatibility mode on a network drive app
I have an application that can run off a network drive so users can access it from different locations. We have recently added a Windows 7 system, and know that the problem needs to run in XP Compatibility mode when the application is installed locally. However, I am looking for a way to set this compatibility mode on the network drive install for my Windows 7 user.
So, is there a way to change the compatibility mode of an application running off a network drive? Or does the application have to be on the local harddrive?
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