Nay, 58 isn't old at all. Not even close. All the over 50 crowd I run around with can out run, out play and out work all the younger folks around us. In fact, we just got back from 4 wheeling in the mountains, and we gave all those 30 and 40 year olds that went with us a run for their money.
I'll be serious now If that is possible.
There are a couple of things you can do. If you want to network Auction Wizard together, that is perfectly doable. I run AW2000 in a network with 8 computers. Works like a charm. You will have to have 2 licenses. One for each computer.
Or you can also use logmein.com in the garage or visa versa. Meaning, if the garage is where you are going to work most the time, I would install Auction Wizard on the computer in the garage. And use logmein.com at the house to access the garage computer. Logmein.com is a remote access application. There is a free version that is wonderful. Alot of us use logmein.com. I use it all of the time to access my company network so I can work from home (or anywhere else for that matter)
Networking AW2000 isn't hard to do at all. The Help has instructions for networking that are step by step. I have a set printed out in a file at work for when I add computers.
Do you have a router? Or a switch? And your Internet connection, is it a DSL or Fiber optic?
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