Question : Conditional Formatting not printing

I have a form with multiple tabs and one of them uses conditional formatting.  I then have a print button that opens a report for the user to print.  The report contains a subform that has the conditional formatting.  The problem is the conditional will not print, PDF, or appear anywhere other than the screen.  Is there a better way of using the conditional formatting option?  

Answer : Conditional Formatting not printing

>when I install the management server should I install the SQL 2005
>database or just point to the existing RMS SQL database.

You need to point to the existing one.  You only have one operations database and one data warehouse per management group.  

> as my RMS also holds the database, so to move the RMS
>I will need to move the database as well

This is one of the problems with your particular failover scenario. If your RMS hardware dies, your database is also gone for the duration. All-in-one installations on a single server will always give you a single point of failure. The ideal way to setup for redundancy/failover is to host your SQL databases separately on their own SQL cluster/s.  

No matter which way you go about it, you will need your encryption key to get your "new" RMS promoted so make sure it is backed up using the securestoragebackup.exe tool and stored somewhere you can get at it in an emergency.

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