I recently installed Citrix 3.0 on our Terminal Server which has been running Terminal services for over a year just fine. Remote users have logged on just fine but we decided to try out Citrix for its added benefits. At the current time we just purchased the 5 licenses that come with Citrix. We also have 30-40 Terminal services CALs.
We went through installation and everything seemed good. Tested the citrix connections and all worked as well as still connecting via TS.
The problem is when more than 5 users connect to this server. When the 6th person connects, they get an error saying not enough licenses. Why would Citrix take the Microsoft Terminal server licenses?
I assumed both could work on same server since one is RDP and the other is ICA?
Has anyone run across this? I heard from another tech that the previous metaframe versions ran fine with RDP connecting simultaniously. What changed on 3.0?
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