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  • You can have multiple users accessing the same installation. (My company had been do that for a long time. People come, people go...)

    But regarding "concurrent users", my respond would be "conditioned yes". If your projects does not share common framework that can change it'd probably be okay, but if the shared framework is maintained by your company, it'll surely case problem when it needs a change.

    Also, if your license do not cover that many "seats" (development tools are priced per user instead of per machine), it may bring your company trouble. (Microsoft offers money for anyone who uncover the use of unlicensed Microsoft products in commercial environment)


    Tuesday, November 13, 2012 4:08 AM
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