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From: Martha Colburn <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] TMG on laptop
Date: Sun, 24 Jan 2010 15:48:27 -0700
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TMG will not run under Mac OS X. You can run it on a Mac, with an emulator program (like Parallels) and then XP (or whatever Windows Operating System you like). I do it all the time. One computer. Two operating systems.
On Jan 24, 2010, at 1:42 PM, Bruce Evans wrote:
> It depends on what you mean by operating system. If you're talking Mac
> and Windows, you're right but I don't think TMG runs on Mac. I've used
> TMG on my desktop under Windows XP, Vista and, now, Windows 7, all the
> while using a laptop with Windows 2000. No problems with an external
> hard drive. At least under Windows, you can name a drive any letter you
> want even if there's no intervening letters so using the same path on
> both computers shouldn't be a problem.
> Bruce P Barrett wrote:
>> You are right if the operating system file structures are different and
>> there is no emulation software.
>> Doesn't that only work if both computers are running the same operating
>> system and the pathing is exactly the same on each?
>> Ian Singer
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