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Re: citrix and windows 2000 terminal services on clients --- do we n

kjjdelist

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Re: citrix and windows 2000 terminal services on clients --- do we n

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It's probably some sort of Federal RICO violation, but yes, the mafia kno=
wn as Microsoft and their partners at Citrix do require you to have both =
client licenses for each usage. Keep in mind that MS offers their licensi=
ng in two methods, per seat (each workstation needs a license) or per con=
nection (each active connection needs a license). Citrix (as I recall) on=
ly offers their licensing in a per connection agreement. Just look at how=
you will be using it. If you have a need for all of your clients to acce=
ss the Win2K/Citrix boxes at the same time, then per seat may be your bes=
t bet. It would be better to spend a few extra hundred (or even a couple =
o' grand) on the front end instead of having to deal with users not being=
able to access your ERP system. If you will only have a small portion of=
those users (say 50 of them) accessing JDE at any given time, then go wi=
th the per connection. You can always add more if you need to.



----- Original Message -----
From: JDE_Team_Unilab
Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2000 7:07 AM
To: jdelistml@jdelist.com
Subject: citrix and windows 2000 terminal services on clients --- do we n


hello list.

in planning for our one world xe migration, our hardware vendor is
suggesting that we use citrix metaframe on all our clients (out of around
150, 135 will be on the lan and 15 will be remote). as quoted, we will be
needing to install windows 2000 client access licenses to all clients, an=
d
in addition, we need to buy an equivalent number of citrix client license=
s.

we are not convinced that we need to have both the windows client access
(windows terminal services) and citrix on the client machines.

has anyone have any experience on this? kindly enghten us.

thank you very much.

melo portugal
united laboratories
manila, philippines




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some sort ofFederal RICOviolation, but yes, the mafia known a=
s Microsoft and their partners at Citrix do require you to have both clie=
nt licenses for each usage. Keep in mind that MS offers their licensing i=
n two methods, perseat (each workstation needs a license) or per co=
nnection (each active connection needs a license). Citrix (as I recall) o=
nly offers their licensing in a per connection agreement. Just look at ho=
w you will be using it. If you have a need for all of your clients to acc=
ess the Win2K/Citrix boxes at the same time, then per seat may be your be=
st bet. It would be better to spend a few extra hundred (or even a couple=
o' grand) on the front end instead of having to deal with users not bein=
g able to access your ERP system. If you will only have a small portion o=
f those users (say 50 of them) accessing JDE at any given time, then go w=
ith the per connection. You can always add more if you need to.</DIV> <DI=
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</DIV>hello list=
.

in planning for our one world xe migration, our hardware vendor =
is
suggesting that we use citrix metaframe on all our clients (out of =
around
150, 135 will be on the lan and 15 will be remote). as quoted, =
we will be
needing to install windows 2000 client access licenses to a=
ll clients, and
in addition, we need to buy an equivalent number of ci=
trix client licenses.

we are not convinced that we need to have bo=
th the windows client access
(windows terminal services) and citrix on=
the client machines.

has anyone have any experience on this? kind=
ly enghten us.

thank you very much.

melo portugal
united=
laboratories
manila, philippines




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