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Using Amicus Attorney v5 on multiple user workstation

By debc-cpsource ·
I have a client that is using Amicus Attorney v5 Client/Server edition. Everything has been working fine but they just recently added a part-time employee as a second user on a Win2000 workstation. Now when that user is logged into Amicus .. the office is under the name of the other user (the original user). If they "open another user's office" to open their office.. then they cannot receive stickies. Is there a way to have each user on the workstation, login and have their own office open by default? Is it possible to create another installation on a different path for the second user?

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They can't log in

by seanferd In reply to Using Amicus Attorney v5 ...

through their own user account, and then their own Amicus account? Setting it up that way would be the way to go.

It may be a licensing issue: you need to use or purchase a license for the new user, or remove the old user to set up the new one. If you have enough licenses to cover the new user, set up the new office/account.

Perhaps check here:
http://www.amicusattorney.com/support/

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