Originally I installed QB Pro 2016 Server manager on our new server with the option during the install process that only the company databases would be stored on this computer since we have multiple users that need to access these company files. So, no QB desktop was installed at this time. I also installed QB Pro Desktop 2016 on 2 client PC's. One client has the need to occasionally connect to the QB data bases remotely. We have discovered that using a VPN for this remote connection is not a viable solution. To resolve this remote connection issue, we have decided to use RDP and use QB Desktop directly on the server that is hosting the data files. Here's my questions: 1. Since QB server manager is already installed on the server, would installing QB desktop cause any installation issues. 2. If it is okay to install QB Desktop after QB server manager is already installed, which option do I select when installing the Desktop version - company files will be hosted on this computer OR company files will NOT be hosted on this computer. Obviously the company files are already hosted on this computer. I know QB can get a little touchy so I would like some advice. Thank you!
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