I don't see why not. You may have to turn on the PG Server to listen
for connections coming in via TCP so that the other machines can connect
to it, as well as install the client related stuff on the other client
machines accessing the machine running the PG server.
> At work, we have five workstations running Windows XP (Home edition),
> connected peer to peer. I do not know that much about interner or
> intranet. But, each machine has its own IP address, and one printer is
> accessible from the five machines, and the printer has its own IP address.
> IS IT POSSIBLE to install Postgresql for windows as a service on one of
> the machines (as I did on my home machine, specifing "localhost") but
> then have the other machines access the PG server through the internet
> address of that machine (the quad address)?
> - Thanks in advance for your help!
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