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Running Revolve on a Terminal Server

Running Revolve on a Terminal Server

This article addresses whether Revolve 7.0 can be run on a Terminal Server.

Problem:

When upgrading from Revolve 6.2 to 7.0. the product shipped with a one-user license (different serial number from 6.2). We have a 20-user license, with the 20 users running on a Terminal Server. Why does it say "single user" in the title bar?

Resolution:

Revolve 7.0 is not officially supported on a Terminal Server. However, the licensing is not an issue. As long as you don't have more users than you are licensed for, it's not a contract violation. Since there's no multi-user version, the "single user" text on the title bar has no alternative. The best thing to do is to ignore that and continue using the product just as you've been using it.

Old KB# 14155

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