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I have a need for two remote users to log into a shared software program simultaneously.  Woudl it be better to have a terminal server that allows 2 concurrent users or simply to have two PCs sharing the software and allowing remote desktop to each.

My thinking is that the two PCs will be less expensive than getting  a server with terminal services licenses for simultantous use.
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Few thoughts:

Where would the shared program be hosted? One of the 2 PCs you mentioned, server or on another hosted PC?

Are you running on a workgroup or domain internally?
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