We are using Windows Thin Client Server. Can we use Studio 11 in this environment and create a TM?
IMO Studio was not intended as an application for thin clients but I suppose it's possible (I use sometimes the administrative terminal mode for Studio installed on my Windows server, which is very similar).
- you must have Professional floating licenses (for other license types the license is disabled if Microsoft RDP is detected);
- you should give a lot of memory to the client (Studio may use up to 2 GB of RAM for some operations e.g. AS dictionary generation), so t may be cheaper and more effective to buy normal workstations if you're planning multiple Trados thin clients (the floating Pro license is also very expensive);
- it's possible you should adjust the user right settings for some files/folders in the shared system folders (generally, it should work, Studio is not so messy as the old Trados).
The last time I tested it for S2009.
The licensing server technology for S2011 changed, so it may be some quirk here.
The support for MS Terminal Server was recently introduced in memoQ.
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