6. Licensing memoQ on the terminal server
Before you can use memoQ on your terminal server, you need to acquire a CAL license pool. You need a memoQ server to distribute and manage your licenses within the organization. The license pool is issued to the memoQ server's serial number. The license pool always contains some licenses for the translator pro edition, and it might also contain licenses for the project manager edition.
A user can run memoQ on the terminal server if they have a permission to do so.
The number of licenses determines how many instances of memoQ you can run at the same time within your organization, including the copies on your terminal server. Depending on the configuration of the memoQ server, the licenses can be assigned to users or computers – but you can also choose to limit the number of users only.
To acquire a CAL license pool, contact your account manager. You can either purchase a license pool, or obtain a time-limited trial license.
When you start memoQ on a terminal server, it will take a license from the CAL license pool, managed and distributed by a memoQ server in your organization. The memoQ server must be accessible to the terminal server over TCP port 2705.
The memoQ server might be serving licenses to other systems, too, not just to the memoQ copies on your terminal server(s). CAL licensing on the memoQ server must be fully set up when you start using memoQ on your terminal server.
Starting to use memoQ if CAL licensing is already configured
If the memoQ server is already configured in your organization to distribute CAL licenses, you are ready to use memoQ after you install it in multi-user mode. Users can log on to the terminal server, start memoQ, and claim CAL licenses that are available to them. To claim CAL licenses, they can use the memoQ activation wizard or the Log in to server window.
You need to purchase and install memoQ server in your organization. See this documentation article for instructions to plan, install, and manage memoQ server.
Normally, a new memoQ server will run in CAL licensing mode. If it is set to ELM licensing,
you need to switch to CAL:
Log in to the memoQ server computer through Remote Desktop.
From the Start menu, launch memoQ Server Deployment Administration.
On the Address tab, under Licensing mode, click the CAL licensing radio button.
Click Save, then close the warning message.
In the memoQ Server Deployment Administration window, click Stop memoQ server, then click Start memoQ server.
Using the Terminal Server configurator tool to control CAL licensing
You can also control your CAL licensing from the memoQ Terminal Server configurator tool that installs with memoQ in multi-user mode. Before you grant permissions to users and computers, you need to log on to memoQ server with an administrator account.
You cannot activate memoQ server from the Terminal Server configurator tool, but you can control how it grants, tracks, and revokes CAL licenses. This is described in the Server Administrator documentation article.