PCAnywhere, to my understanding, is a way to remotely “take over” a computer. For example, you would run PCAnywhere Host on your computer, not be able to use it yourself, and the owners would run PCAnywhere Client on their computer so they could in esscense “take over” your computer, and run it as if it was theirs.
Unless you have a second computer where PCAnywhere Host can run, that would also run the network configuration of AyaNova to network AyaNova for multiple users, not sure if PCAnywhere will meet your needs as you couldn’t use your computer if the owners needed access.
A suggestion for right now is setting up along with the network configuration for AyaNova, is the AyaNova Data Portal - this allows remote users to access the shared database but run the AyaNova program on their computers. Screenshot and brief outline can be found on the AyaNova Data Portal at http://www.ayanova.com/AyaNovaConfiguration.htm#Data_Portal_configuration
Detailed instructions for setting up AyaNova in a network configuration and the AyaNova Data Portal is in the AyaNova v3 Manualtechnical section under “Additional Installation & Configuration” starting page 538
The AyaNova v3 Manual is available from http://www.ayanova.com/download.htm and we highly recommend reviewing as it contains detailed information on all features, screen-shots, tips on use, tutorials, and installation and configuration information.
We are also in development of the optional add-on WBI v3 which would allow remote users to access via a web browser - no need for installation or configuration on remote users stations - they would just enter in a URL in their web browser to access your AyaNova database and login. This would probably be the best solution for you. We guess-timate release this summer.
Access via terminal services is another option. We ourselves have not confirmed compatibility with terminal services, but from information from other AyaNova v3 users, it can be used as long as the AyaNova v3 program is not running on the terminal server itself - just via the client. Here’s a link to information on Windows Terminal Services http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Windows_2003_Terminal_Services_Part1.htmlYou may also wish to contact your local computer centre for more information.
We also encourage setting up the trial AyaNova as you would use it live - configure network access, etc - so that everything is ready to go before you even purchase.
Let me know if additional questions.