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Networking   (shared data)

Our software can be installed to allow users on multiple machines
to share a central collection of data.

After purchasing and entering your unlock code (for unlimited use),
your license permits you to network our software at one (1) location.

This function is to be performed with the
original program (Serial Number & Unlock Code).

Properly copied, it will not require an unlock code.

Three (3) steps to complete the process:

  1. Put the software Program Folder on the Server in a Shared Folder
  2. Create a Shortcut for Each User
  3. Install the E-Mail Fix
    See the Step by Step Instructions below.


To access the central collection of data,
each user must access the program from the shared folder on the server.


    The computer acting as the Server requires a Shared Folder.
    Install or Move / copy the Program to the Server and into a Shared Folder.
    Each computer must be connected to the shared folder.
    Create a short-cut of the program to each machine that will run the software.
    The Program folder(s) is not required on each user's computer.
    Note:Only one (1) machine can access the central collection at a given time.
    (Can not access the data simultaneously.)

Remote Access

    This can be setup by your system administrator.
    To access the central collection of data,
    each user must access the program from the shared folder on the server.
    All that is needed is a short-cut for each user to access the program.

Due to the wide differences in design, software systems,
settings, and media devices, which vary in their operation,
we cannot offer technical support.

Consult your System Administrator, as necessary.

Instructions - (3 steps)

#1. Server - Shared Folder

To move the software from a Client machine to the Server and into a Shared Folder:

    Open the Torgo, Inc. Folder
    It will contain the Program Folder(s), Files, and Records.
    To locate the folders
    (Version 7.3 or later) . . . .
         Go to: My Computer (or Computer) > Local Disk (C:) > Torgo, Inc.
    (Version 7.2 or earlier) . . .
         Go to: My Computer > Local Disk (C:) > Program Files > Torgo, Inc.
    Drag the Program Folder from your "Torgo, Inc" folder and
    Drop the Program Folder into your Shared Folder.

    Alternatively: Copy the Program Folder and Paste it into the Shared Folder.

To create a short-cut to the Server's Shared Folder for your Desktop, see below.


#2. Shortcut

To create a short-cut on the Desktop for each Client Machine
(required to access the server version of the program):

  1. Open the Program Folder in your Server's Shared Folder.
  2. Right-click on the ".EXE" file ("Application" file).
  3. Choose "Create Shortcut".
  4. Drag the shortcut to your Desktop.
  5. Double-click the shortcut to open (run) the program.

If you can't find the .EXE file, see Can't Find .EXE File.

#3. Install the E-Mail Fix

Each computer using the program,
including the network server will require the E-Mail Fix.

When the program is copied to another computer or installed
on a Network (shared folder), External Drive, or other device,
the PDF components (Schubec and GhostScript) do not copy.


Install the "E-Mail Fix" package on each client machine as well as the server.

The download link for the E-Mail Fix can be found under
"Free 3rd Party Software" at the bottom of our Free Download Page.
(Follow the instructions that appear after starting the download.)

After installing the E-Mail Fix,
close all programs and re-start each computer.


Can't Find The .EXE File?

Your computer may be set to hide the ".EXE" portion of the file name.
If you cannot locate the .EXE file when trying to use our software,
try changing the file display method for the program folder:

    From the "View" pull-down menu, choose "Details".
    The window should now display the files in a multi-column format.
    One of the columns is titled "Type",
    and only one (1) of the files in the window will say "Application" in the "Type" column.
    This is the file you use to create a shortcut or start the program.

Terminal Servers

When you continue to get multiple error messages,
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