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Hi, guys. I have a cre2000 v.9.40 and three (3) pcs on a wireless network, my problem is to try to connect using a wireless router and sharing the database. Is it possible? Can someone please help me

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Your getting a connection successful because your looking at the localhost. The server would be the network name of your server. And the password is case sensitive and is pcAmer1ca. (Note the number 1, not an i)

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