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Hi,

        I was just wondering if it is possible to use applications like 3D Max, Photoshop or Autocad using a single license hosting on a server through Remote Desktop Services from multiple desktops ? If YES then what would be the hardware/software requirement on server side.
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Photoshop has been network aware for almost two decades now so I seriously doubt that you'll be able to run more sessions than you have licenses and I'll bet that Autodesk products are the same.  Of the two, its the Autodesk products that want more hardware; Photoshop is a lightweight.
https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/3ds-max/downloads/caas/downloads/content/3ds-max-certified-hardware.html
If all you need is file hosting, almost anything will do; but, upgrading the network to gigabit makes a seriously noticeable difference.
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Also no feedback, whatsoever.  DELETE!
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I am sorry for posting a question and not getting back to response for a long time.
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