About licensing with virtualized environments

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03-26-2018 07:12 AM
TakahiroKAMIYA
Esri Contributor

System requirements for 100.2.1—ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET (WPF) | ArcGIS for Developers 

Connect the application of ArcGIS Runtime with VDI (part called virtual) and use it.
※ 1. It is not a support environment but there is no problem as a license

・ Total number of users connected and used: 500
・ Number of simultaneous users of VDI connection: 100

※ 2. In the case above, we consider it as 500 licenses, but are there any problems?

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TakahiroKAMIYA
Esri Contributor

Sorry, the question is ambiguous and I am sorry.

Are there restrictions on licensing in virtualized environments?

For example, licenses can not be used to develop Internet-based or server-based value-added applications.

It is NG or the like that acts like a server.

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ZbigniewMichalak
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@TakahiroKAMIYA can you elaborate a little more? VDI environment of ArcGIS Runtime apps seems to be a typical environment. How can I license my app while hosting in VDI?

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TakahiroKAMIYA
Esri Contributor

This is a case where an application developed with Runtime in a VDI environment is used with remote desktop.

https://developers.arcgis.com/net/reference/system-requirements/#on-premises-virtualization

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