Well, as I indicated, we are just three people using remote occasionally, but I have always been able to initiate more than one session simultaneously (to e.g. two hosts, trying to fix when others have problems), and I was able to do that while another worker was connecting to a host as well.
So yes, only using the single free key for a small company. I have always rooted for getting a paid license in our company in order to show our appreciation :)
Edited:Erik Pollmann - Feb 10, 2022 1:07:32 pm EST
I am running a self-hosted server for our small company, still using the old 3.010. Now I read that the current version of the server will require a license (we have only a free license for our viewers), so will the server work with a free license, or does it now require a paid license?
I have been bugging my boss for quite some time to get a full license anyway, yet, obviously he is right to ask if it is necessary for the current server version.
I have set up a work PC with host for internet ID access via my self-hosted server, using the viewer fr om home.
Connection works usually without problems, but after some time idling, the connection always drops, and the viewer window gives me the error message: "Remote desktop connection: error occured." (more on the image)
Now I use "Full Control" to control my remote PC, I never nowhere configured RDP. What can cause it to use RDP/what is the reason for the error message? What kind of log (wh ere?) would you need me to provide?