EDIT by Moderator: This question was refering to the Multiple Instances tutorial by isaacl, but is really about a completely different situation that only shares some aspects by chance
Is it possible to use this method on a 2nd machine? My existing SAM machine is hosting an SQL server that can easily (with some config changes) be set up to allow other machines on the subnet to access it.
The reason I ask is that I am wanting to set up a way that our program manager can ingest new tracks to the SAM instance while the host is doing their show without having to get in there and hijack control from them. We tried this before using VNC, but it became clear that does not work as they end up battling for one cursor in two rooms...
What I would like to do is share the data-store (a raid that hosts the audio/music/station ID/etc) with a matching mapped drive, and share the SQL and then have the PM sit in the corner and be able to add tracks to the shared drive (stored on the SAM machine, not his) to the DB... Is this possible?