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Cloud Payroll Manager from MoneySoft

Have you ever manager to run Payroll Manager in the cloud?

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We love using Payroll Manager however since CV19 we are having some operation issues given it's installed on a desktop PC at HQ.  Every time we need to access remotely we need a colleague who is located at the office to hand over control on a screen share.  It works, but I am wondering has anyone managed to get a copy of Payroll Manager to run in on the cloud or connect to hoasted cloud files?

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By scurlage
15th Jul 2020 23:36

I have my data file on my one drive and use it from a few locations without an issue. I don't ever run more than one copy at a time however

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By 1796971
16th Jul 2020 18:05

I do the same

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By Wanderer
16th Jul 2020 07:18

BJNATHAN wrote:

Every time we need to access remotely we need a colleague who is located at the office to hand over control on a screen share. 

You could remote in with say Chrome Remote DeskTop.
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By SXGuy
16th Jul 2020 07:52

Not the answer, but solves your current issue, why can't you just set up a Windows remote access? Then all you need is to leave the host pc turned on..

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By chocolate-eater
16th Jul 2020 16:28

We put the data files into a shared dropbox drive. We can then access it anywhere anytime. There is a problem if two of us access the same client at the same time but this is very rate and creates a conflicted file.

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By DavidWatson
16th Jul 2020 19:46

It its very easy to host this application, you just need the datafile shared on the network and the application installed locally on your PC. To access it remotely you can either connect your PC to the network in the office via a VPN, or better use remote desktop services to connect and run it on your office server. If you need any further help drop me a message. Thanks

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By Hanleymail
17th Jul 2020 00:51

We use Splashtop. From my computer Including our payroll laptop I can access The Splashtop streamer installed on every computer in the office. (That brick thing we used to go to).

Streamer first time set up requires someone there. After that - do it yourself.

There’s a free trial.

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By elliottchandler
27th Jul 2020 13:32

If you shift to a cloud first solution with something like Remote Desktop now called Windows Virtual Desktop everyone can work remotely. You then don't need to work about the equipment back in HQ.

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