[THIN] Re: MS Autoroute

  • From: Mark Mucher <mm@xxxxxx>
  • To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, "'thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 9:54:08 -0400

Isn't this the case with any M$ product?

I have always interpreted the licensing requirements to be that anyone who can 
use it must have a license.  Security can determine who can use it.

A looser (more risky) way is to assume that if it isn't on their desktop, they 
can't use it.


> From: "Robertson, Russell" <Russell.Robertson@xxxxxxxx>
> Date: 2002/10/16 Wed AM 09:46:11 EDT
> To: "'thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [THIN] Re: MS Autoroute
> The other interesting aspect would be the licensing. If you want to install
> e.g., MS Project, you require a *site* license (or enough licenses for
> everyone who can access your server). Whether this is the same for
> Autoroute/Map Point, I'm unsure.
> Regards
> Russell
> Russell Robertson
> Systems Engineer
> Amerada Hess Ltd.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dave.Boatman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:Dave.Boatman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
> Sent: 16 October 2002 14:31
> To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [THIN] MS Autoroute 
> I've been asked if Microsoft Autoroute will run on a citrix /terminal
> server. My answer.. no idea.
> Anybody ever tried this ?
> And just incase it's called something different in other countries MS
> Autoroute allows you to plan road routes between places and will give = you
> detailed driving instructions which you can print off.
> Thanks.
> Dave B.

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