RoboHelp is not certified for use on any server operating system.
The licence permits a single user on a client operating system, such as XP for RoboHelp 7. Not sure about Vista but it is not supported on Windows 7. It may work and then you may find something broken. Your call on that.
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips
Thank you as always for your prompt response, Peter!
The Windows 7 issue will be another challenge as we all migrate, but - I should be able to publish to a Windows server 2008, correct? I currently publish to Windows Server 2003.
You can publish the help output almost anywhere you want – that’s not what your post was saying; it was asking if you can run RH7 on a W2K8 Server. You can run RH7 on a Win7 machine, but you will probably have to run it in either XP compatibility mode or as a virtual XP machine.
You are so right, Jeff. That is the problem with posting while in a meeting - sorry about the original incorrect phrasing.
I had asked the other day about running Robo 7 on Windows 7. This was to ask if I could publish on Windows Server 2008, needed to make sure there was no issue with a planned upgrade.