Navision 3.6 client bandwitch?

Navision 3.6 client bandwitch for internet&VPN conection to Navison DB? Thanks!

For direct communication it should be at least 5 MBit/s so far. So think for a solution with terminalserver or citrix !

hmm…it costs!

Terminal Server for 5 connections is included with Windows Server 200x. If you have more than 5 users, you need to buy more terminal licences.

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hmm…it costs!


It is cheaper than leasing the lines …

Terminal Services for 5 users is NOT included with any version of Windows Server. You can run TS in Remote Administration Mode for 2 users without purchasing Terminal Services CALs, but if you need more than 2 connections you have to switch TS to Application Server Mode which requires the use of the Terminal Services License Service. If the TS is running Windows 2000 Server, XP Pro & 2000 clients receive grace TSCALs. If your TS is 2003, then you need a valid TSCAL for each connection, although you can get free transition TSCALs for any XP Pro Licenses you had before APR 03.

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Originally posted by Arthur
Terminal Server for 5 connections is included with Windows Server 200x. If you have more than 5 users, you need to buy more terminal licences.


There are 2 connections avaiable in the Remote administration mode and 5 in the Application server mode. If server is used to run Navision clients the Application server mode is suitable.

Thanks!

Where are you getting this “5” from for Application Server Mode?

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Originally posted by Arthur
There are 2 connections avaiable in the Remote administration mode and 5 in the Application server mode. If server is used to run Navision clients the Application server mode is suitable.


I also haven’t heard about these 5 connections in Application Server Mode. However, the 2 connections in Remote Administration Mode are very useful!

What is 5 for? It is the way, how Microsoft packaging the CAL user licenses. Minimum configuration of the Windows 2K or Win2K3 server comes with server + 5 client access licenses. And you can obtain further user access licenses either in the increments of 5 or one-by-one depending on your requirement.

Client Access Licenses have nothing to do with Windows Terminal Services, which require Terminal Services CALs and Terminal Services Licensing Service in addition to normal Windows Server CALs. The only configurations that don’t require TSCALs are Windows 2000 TS w/ all 2000 or XP Pro Clients or any Terminal Server in Remote Administration/Remote Desktop for Administration Mode. Remote Administration Mode (2000) allows 2 concurrent RDP Sessions and Remote Desktop for Administration (2003) allows 2 RDP Sessions + 1 RDP Console Session. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/community/centers/terminal/terminal_faq.mspx#XSLTfaqSection121123121120120 http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;244749&Product=win2000

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Originally posted by omniesat
What is 5 for? It is the way, how Microsoft packaging the CAL user licenses. Minimum configuration of the Windows 2K or Win2K3 server comes with server + 5 client access licenses. And you can obtain further user access licenses either in the increments of 5 or one-by-one depending on your requirement.