Software to move installed IBM OnDemand32 app

Microsoft Windows xp pro with sp3 multil...
January 20, 2010 at 07:55:35
Specs: Windows XP/7
Hey everyone, here's my dilemma. In my
company we use IBM OnDemand 32 to pull
invoices, it's really old I think, but it's installed
o my work laptop. We're allowed to install
VPN on our home computers, it's just not
supported and my company doesn't provide
the applications to you just Office. They
basically say they're preinstalled on your work
laptop, if you own it you can use it at home
otherwise they don't just give it out.

Most things like AS/400 I just use Freeware
terminal emulation and so on, but I really need
IBM OnDemand 32 which I can't find
anywhere. I've seen lots of applications that
help you move from one PC to another and will
move applications for you. Does anyone know
of any that are good and that work? I don't
mind paying for one but just want to make
sure it will actually do what I need. Thanks!


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#1
January 20, 2010 at 11:05:48
... I have in the past just copied the relevant folder from C:\Program Files to destination drive then "drag n dropped" a shortcut from the main app which worked!

... may not work with all app's there maybe another folder/file(s) depending on it "C:\Program Files\Common Files" reg entries etc

... might be worth a try!

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#2
January 20, 2010 at 12:56:18
Might be a linux solution but you can use exceed but it costs kind of a lot. It has a client for ondemand.
IBM offers a web solution.

Basically you should follow what your company allows. If they don't want you to work from work then don't. They may not like the idea of your untrusted computer on their lan.


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Les Paul (1915-2009)


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#3
January 20, 2010 at 13:05:47
Thanks for your help, we're completely allowed to have home
machines on the lan, it's just they won't give us any software
they basically say if you can get it yourself then knock yourself
out, just dont' call the help desk asking for help with it.

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#4
January 20, 2010 at 14:45:36
I don't really understand what OpenVPN has to do with anything
we use Cisco VPN to connect in which I use on both machines,
either way I got it working now the IT department sent me it in a
zip file so it's working.

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#5
January 20, 2010 at 17:57:31
I did not know you had a vpn.

I assumed this from "We're allowed to install
VPN on our home computers"

So I suggested OpenVPN.

Playing to the angels
Les Paul (1915-2009)


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