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  1. Thank you for the feedback. I checked that but the column "Subunits" is empty. It is somehow difficult to know when I would run out of licences if there is no way to see how many that are really in use
  2. That is clear but I'm looking for a way to see how many licenses that are in use. There seem to be no way. I'll try to see if the local eset partner can answer that question.
  3. Hello In the Licensing FAQ it says: Terminal servers: You need to buy an ESET endpoint license (ESET Endpoint Antivirus, for example) for each of your concurrent terminal sessions; however, you need to install ESET File Security for Microsoft Windows Server on each of these instances (this product has the same features as ESET Endpoint Antivirus, but can be installed on a terminal server). We recommend that you purchase an ESET Endpoint Protection Standard license, which will entitle you to install and activate both ESET Endpoint Antivirus and ESET File Security for Microsoft Windows Server. That is clear so far. Is there a way to see how many licences that are in use on a Terminal Server? The Licence Reports in the Security Management Center do not show the correct number. Thank you Reto
  4. Thank you for the response Number of clients means the amount of users that are connected to the terminalsevers at the same time? What about the Mail Security and PST-Files?
  5. We have 4 Terminalservers that we use. Do I unterstand it correctly that the only product that is running on a Server OS is ESET Windows File Server Security and that this is what we should install? Do we just need one licence per server? We do not have an Exchange Server. Our E-Mails-Accounts are with our webhoster and we use Outlook-PST-Files. ESET Mail Security isn't useful in any way in that scenario isn't it?
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