How to Limit the Number of Concurrent Named User Plus Sessions on a Secure Global Desktop 4.6+ server or array
(Doc ID 1328982.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 24, 2020
Oracle Secure Global Desktop - Version 4.6 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
Secure Global Desktop (SGD) 4.60 is the first release of the software to be branded as an Oracle product. This version implements the Oracle Named User Plus license standard, and removes licensing limits as a functional constraint on software.
Oracle would like all customers to grow in the way most appropriate for their business. To meet this goal, Secure Global Desktop does not impose technical limitations on the number of users that may use the product. That said, the number of active users is still actively tracked by the software, and is used to determine the appropriate service levels for a deployment on an annual basis.
The Secure Global Desktop administrator may wish to enforce a ceiling on the number of User Sessions that an array may actively host for session performance or licensing reasons, and cannot do so with traditional licensing limits, as in previous releases of the product.
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