1.U* – Exactly what files are required with Express Maintenance and with what permissions?

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    Answer: Express Maintenance requires the following files to operate.  This does not include any files associated with the installation and initial database creation.  This strictly represents the running program files.

    Maintenance.exe – The main executable program for Express Maintenance.  This file should be placed in a single location on the computer designated to function as the application server.  Requires Read permission only.

    ExpressRequest.exe – The main executable program for Express Request.  This file should be placed in a single location on the computer designated to function as the application server.  This file is not required if you have not purchased a license for Express Request.  Requires Read permission only.

    ExpressMaintenance.ini – The text file used by Express Maintenance to determine the SQL server and database connection properties.  This file should reside in the same folder with Maintenance.exe.   This file can optionally reside in a different folder provided that folder is specified in the “Start In” property of the Maintenance.exe shortcut.  Requires Read permission only.

    ExpressMaintenance.naf – The network access file used by Express Maintenance to determine the licensing and concurrent users.  This file should reside in the same folder with Maintenance.exe.   This file can optionally reside in a different folder provided that folder is specified in the Express Maintenance defaults data under Administration / Defaults / Data Formatting Defaults.  All users must have full permission to this file.  Requires Read & Write permission.

    American.adm – The dictionary file used by the spell checker.  This file should reside in the same folder with Maintenance.exe.   This file is not required for the program to work.  Requires Read and Write permission.

    UserName.adu – The personal dictionary files for users used by the spell checker.  These files are not required but are helpful for each user to add words to the dictionary.  They are automatically created when users add words.