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seat and tread???

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2002-08-06 17:20:04.0Z
Pastor Posted on 2002-08-02 04:00:17.0Z
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I have ASA8 version for UNIX and for 10 users.
But trought insalattion they ask me about concurent seat model or networked
seat model(what is about)I put the network model and its work, but I want
explanation.
And one more thing, when it ask me oabout number of set what number I have
to give him?
What is the "set" and what is the "thread"
If I give it number more that my licence is it going to work and alow more
conections in the same time?
Thanks


Robert Waywell Posted on 2002-08-06 17:20:04.0Z
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The correct choice depends on what your purchased. Did you purchase per seat
or concurrent user licenses? If you aren't sure then your sales rep can
clarify for you.

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"Pastor" <snepak@eunet.co.yu> wrote in message
news:eeYkWrdOCHA.196@forums.sybase.com...
> I have ASA8 version for UNIX and for 10 users.
> But trought insalattion they ask me about concurent seat model or
networked
> seat model(what is about)I put the network model and its work, but I want
> explanation.
> And one more thing, when it ask me oabout number of set what number I have
> to give him?
> What is the "set" and what is the "thread"
> If I give it number more that my licence is it going to work and alow more
> conections in the same time?
> Thanks
>
>
>