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Simple connection vs Session

Hi,

I wanted to know if there are different rules of privilege between the connections made from a TeamViewer client, than those undertaken starting from the links connected to a TeamViewer Session previously created.

It points out that the applicant has a Corporate license, in both series.

The question is: once you reach the limit of available channels for the license, it is possible that it is not practicable a new connection starting from the client, but can be activated from a previous Session links?

I think it is impossible, since even the session link produces the start of the local client (if not already) before proceeding to the connection.

I need your confirmation...

Regards

Domenico Langone
MCSD: App Builder
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Re: Simple connection vs Session

Hi DomLan,

your are totally right with your thoughts:

The channel is used as long as the connection is open - if you close a connection, the channel is free again and if you want to open a session code again, you will need a "new" channel for doing that.

Cheers

Julia
Senior Support Engineer - 2nd level Support
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Re: Simple connection vs Session

Hi DomLan,

your are totally right with your thoughts:

The channel is used as long as the connection is open - if you close a connection, the channel is free again and if you want to open a session code again, you will need a "new" channel for doing that.

Cheers

Julia
Senior Support Engineer - 2nd level Support
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