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>From your question, I am not clear as to whether you intend to make it
downloadable (which would be no problem from the server perspective if
the server is adequately sized) or intend to try to run it on the
server (which, so far as I know, will not work).
On Apr 12, 2005 1:06 PM, Kapoor, Shelly <SKapoor -at- imf -dot- org> wrote:
> I am creating a .chm help file that will be placed on a network server.
> I was wondering if there is a limit to the number of users who can
> simultaneously access it.
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