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Sonic Wall vpn client license question.  Will an additional license provide me two simutaneous logins

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Sonic Wall question. If i purchase a SonicWALL VPN Client for Windows, single client license, does this add to the single vpn license I have on my soho3 with vpn enabled to allow two simultaneous connections through the router?  Does the vpn client license permit logins from different computers, so that I could log in from different locations?  Where do I get instructions on how to set this up to log on to terminal server in my office's 2003 server network? Thanks, experts!
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Sonicwall VPN licenses are normally for concurrent users, so you should be able to log in from any computers you want as long as it isn't all the same time.  

As far as whether or not it will allow two licences, you should be able to check Sonicwall's licenses page on your Sonicwall and see whether you currently have one.  

By the way, just in case it isn't clear, you don't have to actually PURCHASE the VPN Client -- it's freely downloadable.

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When I go to the vpn page, it says upgrade required.  What I am trying to set up is terminal services through the soho3.  Do I need vpn license? One per terminal services user/client/logon?  I must confess, I am a bit confused here.
thanks for your patience.
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Thanks for the clarification.  
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