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Re: [K12OSN] Windows Terminal Services



If you run the screen script, isn't rdesktop running as a local
application on the terminal? If so it would have a different ip
address. i.e. another device

Of course if you run it through the server it would have the same ip
address, but as Rob mentions below they have probably set it up that
you can't access more than once from one ip address.

On 11/07/07, Rob Owens <rowens ptd net> wrote:
Personally I think that if MS's technical measures don't prevent the
"one device loophole", then it is ok to do.  Like you said, I'm sure MS
would want you to pay more, but the fact seems to be that they
overlooked this--and that's their problem.

-Rob

On Tue, Jul 10, 2007 at 11:41:27AM -0400, David Hopkins wrote:
> A question I asked about the licence, but is dicey is that the device cals
> cover 'per device'.  From the windows side, every terminal session coming in
> via rdesktop from you LTSP server looks like it is all coming from 1 device,
> so technically it probably meets the license requirements though I am sure
> MS wants to you pay for every client device and not for the terminal server
> itself.  I carry enough TSCALS/CALS to cover my thin clients, but I guess
> some brave soul could argue the technical aspects with MS if they wanted.
> Seems MS pulls the same tricks when it is in their favor.
>
> Sincerely,
> Dave Hopkins
>
>
> On 7/9/07, "Terrell Prudé Jr." <microman cmosnetworks com> wrote:
> >
> >
> >Roger Morris wrote:
> >
> >John Lucas wrote:
> >
> > On Monday 09 July 2007 09:28, Timothy Legge wrote:
> >
> > Hi
> >
> >What is the deal with terminal Services again?  I believe I need the
> >following:
> >
> >1) Windows Server
> >2) Device/Client Cals for Windows
> >3) Device/Client Cals for Terminal Services.
> >
> >I will be connecting via rdesktop, I assume that is okay as long as
> >the above is properly licensed.
> >
> >Anything else required?
> >
> >       Only to configure Terminals Services for "Application mode",
> >       otherwise the
> >default is "Administrative mode" which only allows 2 simultaneous users.
> >
> >     to elaborate a little.  in 'admin' mode, no CAL is required, right?
> >
> >
> >Correct.  You get two CAL's with admin mode automatically...but only two.
> >Furthermore, if you've got a userID logged in at the console, then that
> >counts as a session.  Thus, Windows XP will give you only one terminal
> >server session.  Dunno how that applies to Windows Server; might be
> >similar.
> >
> >--TP
> >
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