CIRCLY 5.1 can be run over a network, in the sense that the data files can stored and shared on a remote server or workstation.
For CIRCLY 5.1 to be able to access data over a network, you must Map the Network drive to a drive letter, for example M:
For the following procedure to work, it is assumed that the CIRCLY 5.1 data files are already installed on the server – (the core data files are *.cls and *.mdb).
To set up a client/workstation, follow these steps on the client:
1. Open Windows Explorer.
(To open Windows Explorer, click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, and then click Windows Explorer.)
2. In Windows Explorer, open “My Network Places” and navigate to the server, then to the drive where CIRCLY is installed.
3. Click the Right mouse button and click “Map Network Drive”.
This dialog will let you assign a drive letter, for example, “M:” to the remove drive.
(You may need to specify a password).
4. Now start CIRCLY on the client.
If for example the CIRCLY data files are installed in the folder “C:UsersPublicDocumentsMincad SystemsCIRCLY5data” on the server, type in the following string:
(here M is the drive letter assigned in step 3).
You should now be able to run CIRCLY on the client, while all data files are stored on the server.
Note: The Hardware Lock must be plugged into the client PC to successfully run CIRCLY analyses.