LaChupacabra wrote:Quickbooks can run as well on Windows 7 or 8 as it does on server 2008 or 2012. The only thing it needs is the quickbooks file manager (put the Quickbooks CD in and do a server only install) and then point that to where your company files are located.
There is a linux version of this. I would not recommend using it though. I have it running on the server that hosts the company files at work and it has a tendency to suspend itself (which causes all kind of havoc when people try to open the company files).
On a side note the file manager for quickbooks doesn't take much memory. Windows 7 with 2 gigs of ram would likely be enough to host quickbooks files for 4 users. Is this going to do anything other than host the company files? If not you may get more benefit out of moving that extra RAM to other systems.
ColeLT1 wrote:I pm-ed you a link to the drivers.
Since you don't have an asus board you cannot just run the asus installer, but you can drill down to each driver for lan/chipset/raid etc and use some of my drivers.