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Thank you very much!
Ugh, never mind, you did answer me before…
Thank you again!
@Britgirl If it is ok I would like to ask you about that:
“In version 4 and later, the enterprise-oriented products Terminal Server, like the Enterprise Server, allow RDP-supported connections. By installing NoMachine client on your local desktops and connecting through the NoMachine Server installed on a Linux box, to the Windows Terminal Server, you will be able to run your Windows applications remotely from your client machine.
The resulting schema is as follows:
NoMachine Client —-> NoMachine Server —-> Windows Terminal Server
In this way the clients will be able to access the resources and the applications residing, in this case, on the Terminal Server. In this kind of setup, NoMachine Server acts as a ‘gateway’ which will take care of forwarding the client’ requests to the Windows server on the backend.”
What is for the GATEWAY part anyway? In setup like this one should you pay again per user license to use WIndows TS, or the “gateway” somehow with a single session to the TS allows multiple users to use the TS?
Thank you in advance.
Thank you very much, we’ll consider the options you gave to us!