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Configuring Harmony Server Clients on Windows

Provided that your server is properly configured, a Windows machine can be configured to connect to a Harmony database server using Configuration Wizard. The wizard creates Windows shortcut (.lnk) files pointing to the different network shares used for the database on the hard drive of the client machine, and configures a script that signs in to those network shares on boot.

Those Windows shortcuts have the same name as the share they connect to and are placed at the root of your storage drive, and Harmony interprets those shortcuts as if they were directories, a lot like the way symbolic links work on UNIX systems.