This document describes the procedure to install memoQ in an application virtualization environment such as Windows Remote Desktop Services or Citrix XenApp.
memoQ 2015 offers a multi-user installation mode that allows multiple users to start the memoQ desktop app on the same computer at the same time. The following sections describe
the concurrent-access licensing memoQ on terminal servers;
how multi-user mode differs from single-user mode;
how memoQ is installed in multi-user mode;
what licenses multi-user mode requires, and how they can be activated;
how to fine-tune settings of a multi-user installation.
This guide assumes that you are familiar with working in an application virtualization environment and with installing and activating programs. To publish memoQ properly on a terminal server or an application virtualization server, you need to be familiar with the administration procedures of the virtualization server product in question.
Important: The Terminal Server licenses required by memoQ 2013 and earlier versions no longer work with later memoQ versions. To use memoQ 10.0 on terminal servers, you need concurrent-access licenses (CALs). CAL licenses provide access to memoQ when it is installed on multiple terminal servers. You no longer need a separate license pool for each terminal server: one license pool works with the entire server farm. In your organization, you need memoQ TMS to keep track of concurrent-access licenses.
Note: The so-called standalone CAL server, that was also able to distribute and track licenses, has been discontinued since January 1, 2016.