From the Technotes-R-Us Dept. At the release of RES VDX on Febuary 14th 2011, RES Software put up a nice intro site where you can see the Virtual Desktop eXtender in action and learn how easy it is to install it. VDX is literaly up and running in minutes! Go have a look, see the intro video, download VDX and try for yourself! In these two articles, I’ve popped the hood on the product in order to go deep into the technology, to share some additional addtional details on how it works. The second article, RG032 covers the registry, including how to set up a trace log for VDX for debugging purposes.
Posts tagged: Licensing
Back in Febuary 2009 I posted an article (#RG00D) on the licensing of RES Wisdom as licensing had changed a lot at the time. With the release of Automation Manager 2011 this year, we have a new license scheme on our hands once again. Basic licensing of a workstation has been dropped from 1 to 0.5, a new Small Busines Server connector has been added and also there’s the whole Service Orchestration piece which charges 0.5 licenses per serviced user. In short, it was time to give the Licensing article a well deserved overhaul.
Tip: Try clicking on the calculator on the right to jump directly to the new calculator thingy.
Like the cover of the yellow books say: A reference for the rest of us! With the release of Wisdom 2009, RES made some changes to the way the products are licensed. This post is an attempt to clarify matters a bit, as it recently has become a red hot topic. The document describes both the agent and the connector licencing scheme, and there is a nifty calculator in the article to help you figure out your license needs and associated costs.
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