Differences between FusionAccess licenses and concurrent licenses

FusionAccess licenses are assigned based on the maximum number of available user accounts while concurrent licenses are assigned based on the maximum number of users who can connect to a terminal concurrently. The two types of licenses have different dimensions and application scenarios. Generally, FusionAccess licenses apply to scenarios where a user has one or several virtual desktops that are frequently used, such as OA office. Concurrent licenses apply to scenarios where a user has one virtual desktop or several users share one VM or VM resource pool that is infrequently used, such as meeting terminals, call centers, and multimedia classrooms.

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