Conrad Sallian wrote:
We do our best to provide as flexible licensing as possible. In this specific case, I think yes - you need an operator license.
It would be a Good Thing if you offered different levels of "Small Operator" licenses for small quantities over 10 PCs. You could offer licenses at $199 for up to 20 machines, $299 for up to 40 or 50 machines, and $499 for the current no-limit license. This might get more consultants and small companies to pay for RU.
One of my clients with 19 PCs is up for a [censored] Central renewal in 6 months. It will cost them $433 as of right now. A 1-operator license for RU is $499, plus the cost of removing LMI and installing RU Host on each machine, so I can't recommend it to them even though RU is a one-time cost (except for upgrades to new versions). 19 RU hosts would cost even more ($27.95 per remote PC = $531.05) and they would still have the costs of removal and installation.
Another alternative might be to offer competitive upgrade pricing to people moving away from another remote-support solution.