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KevinT

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  1. Thanks for the responses! We'll make sure that we're getting the enterprise license for this deployment. I'm not sure if we'll need the Collaboration Server. I can mention it to my client and let them decide. I will reach out to Ann Rose for further support on the licensing options. As for the system requirements, the documentation says, "3.0 GHz quad-core processor or faster, and 8 GB RAM or more." About how many concurrent users with medium sized projects would that support? Our client is requesting for a VM with 128GB RAM and 32 cores. Do you think that's sufficient for 20-3
  2. We have a client requesting to have NVivo installed on a Windows terminal server. We are trying to scope out a virtual machine that could accommodate their needs. First, I need to understand the licensing. Since this is going to be a terminal server with potentially multiple users logging in at the same time, do we need to have license for each user connecting? Does NVivo licensing support this terminal server model? Secondly, the recommended system requirements suggests to have at least a 3.0 GHz quad-core processor and 8 GB of RAM. How should we size the machine in the terminal
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