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This brought benchmarks (using Crystal Disk Mark) to 1480MB/s read, 2570MB/s write. Customer went back to Reckon who said they were "surprised".
They have spent many hours trying to resolve the performance issue to no avail whatsoever.
Installing Telpay for Business in a Networked Environment: Telpay for Business version 6.6.155 is compatible with the following Windows Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003, Window Server 2008/R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1.
Versions of Telpay for Business older than version 6.6.154 have been moved to legacy status and are no longer supported.
Download Telpay for Business software Telpay for Business Software User Agreement and Terms of Service Note: It is recommended to save this file to a shared network folder so that the server and any client computers can access it and install it. Login as administrator to the computer that is designated as the Telpay for Business server, which is also hosting the Accounting software/Database.
Install the Telpay for Business software and if you are running Quick Books, click next at the end of the Telpay for Business installation wizard to install the Quick Books integration components on the server as well. Once installation is complete, change the permission on the billpay folder that was created on the server.
You multiply this across 5 company files being used all the time across 12 users, most of them doing invoicing/estimates/purchase orders/sales orders – and we are talking a LOT more time wasted in a day. I have very little experience with TS and QB, Do you run multiuser mode for this?Even trimming the file down to keep only this financial year's data made zero performance increase.