Screen Sharing is a feature of Mac OS X 10.5 and higher, allowing remote access to your computer from another Mac, or any VNC Viewer running on a PC, iPad, iPhone, etc..
This Solution provides basic setup information. (6203)
If you want to access your Big Business workstation from a home computer, or portable like your iPad, tablet, iPhone, etc., you may need to configure your router or to allow the remote connection.
This Solution provides basic setup information. (6204)
This Solution provides an introduction to Big Business Server for Mac OS and a brief description of client / server architecture and benefits. (3231)
This Solution describes Getting Started with Big Business Server for Mac OS X. (3248)
This Solution provides the System Requirements for Big Business Server for MacOS X. (3232)
This Solution desribes installation (installing) of Big Business Server for Mac OS. (3233)
This Solution describes the installation (installing) Big Business Client for Mac OS X. (5820)
This Solution describes installation (installing) Big Business Client for Windows. (5821)
This Solution describes building a Company File (data file) for use with Big Business Server for Mac OS X. (3253)
This Solution describes moving your Data File to Big Business Server for Mac OS X. (3255)
This Solution describes launching Big Business Server for Mac OS X and selecting a Data File. (3256)
This Solution describes the Server Administration Window (3260)
This Solution describes Quitting Big Business Server for Mac OS X. (3259)
When you Quit Big Business Server a dialog asks how much time to allow Clients to Quit. When you choose Shut Down, to shut down your computer, click Restart to allow Software Update to install updates, or you have an uninterruptible power supply than can tell the computer to shut down, this dialog prevents Big Business Server from being shut down automatically.
Big Business Server for Mac installs an Applescript which can automatically Quit Server, or be copied for your own script. (6174)
This Solution describes launching Big Business Client for Mac OS X to connect to Big Business Server (3257)
Allowing your client or server computer to go to Sleep may lose the connection, and you may lose work in progress.
Sleeping Clients is a new feature in Big Business 11 that does allow Clients to Sleep and resume without restarting the application.
This solution describes turning off Sleep on macOS computers to avoid problems. (3524)
When you launch Big Business Client it displays any locally available Big Business Server on the Available tab. To connect to a remote Server enter a Name and IP Address on the Custom tab.
This Solution provides instructions for connecting to Big Business Server from a remote Client. (5528)
Big Business Server for Mac OS X will display an Alert if it has been Registered as a Service. (6208)
This Solution describes how Big Business Server for Mac OS handles multiple users and displays in-use objects, like a Customer Card which is locked In Use when another user is modifying it. (3237)
This Solution describes how Big Business Server for Mac OS handles multiple users and single-instance objects, like a Deposit when another user is already using it. (3238)
This Solution describes how Big Business Server for Mac OS handles multiple users and can update lists, like the Customer Listing when other users jhave modified it. (3242)
Big Business Client (used with Big Business Server) includes buttons to update lists (Customer, Vendor, Item, etc.) to check for new entries made by other users since you started your Client. (3243)