- We have a software management app which is installed on a Windows 10.
- This software does not have network/multiuser acces features.
- DEMAND : We need to be used by 2 users from distance.
The solution proposed by the manufcaturer of app:
"You can set the Data Folder
(we called it workspace in App X) to a network drive/shared
folder, so that App X from different computers can access the same
In App X, you can set your workspace in menu "File > Switch
Workspace". Click [+] button to create a new workspace, and choose the
workspace folder (from your network drive/shared folder) by clicking the
In App X of other computers, you need to setup the workspace too.
In menu "File > Switch Workspace" and click [+] button to create a new
workspace. But you need to choose "Connect existing workspace" first and
then click the [Browse] button to choose the same workspace folder as
After that, different App X are pointed to the same workspace
folder (that is located in network drive/shared folder).
There is one limitation of this approach, different App X cannot
access at the same time. As the database is locked when App X is
running, other AppX can only be run in Read-Only mode.