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  • #13876
    Avatarnik
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    I would like to ask you several questions about the NoMachine Linux Terminal Server.

    Do you have any impression of the approx resources needed for a up to 20 people team to use NM terminal server – (As I read the price of  it depends on the number of the cores) .

    How about the clustering – do we need to buy 2 licenses of it to use it a HV in a cluster mode.
    Is it possible to use the NM linux terminal server with the free version of NoMachine client (the idea is that our employees to have the possibility to use their own virtual private desktops mostly for browsing the internet).

    Thank you in advance!

    #13883
    AvatarBritgirl
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    Do you have any impression of the approx resources needed for a up to 20 people team to use NM terminal server.

    This depends on what you you want to do 🙂 What applications are the users going to be running? Some basic guidelines are here: https://www.nomachine.com/AR03L00794

    How about the clustering – do we need to buy 2 licenses of it to use it a HV in a cluster mode.

    I take it you mean High-Availability. In that case you need Enterprise Server (or Cloud Server if you’re interested in browser-based access). You will need two licenses.

    Is it possible to use the NM linux terminal server with the free version of NoMachine client (the idea is that our employees to have the possibility to use their own virtual private desktops mostly for browsing the internet).

    The free NoMachine package (both client and server together) can be used to connect to any of the pay-for versions. There are licensing restrictions on the use of the free version within commercial environments (see http://www.nomachine.com/licensing) If you want just a client package (so access to the desktop on which it’s installed won’t be possible) then you can try Enterprise Client.

    If you need any more info about pricing, I suggest you contact the Sales Team (Contact Us -> Sales enquiries, they will be happy to answer any questions.

    #13887
    Avatarnik
    Participant

    Thank you very much!

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