You may use LoadComplete in server-based (or Citrix) environments: you may install LoadComplete on a server, open several user sessions on this server, for instance, with the Remote Desktop service, and use LoadComplete in these user sessions. That is, you can use LoadComplete installed on a powerful server from “weak” workstations (“thin clients”).
The number of LoadComplete instances that can be run in sessions depends on your license.
If you have a Node-Locked license, then only one LoadComplete instance can run on your computer at a time. So, you can use LoadComplete in one user session only.
If you have a Floating User license, the number of LoadComplete instances that can run concurrently is specified by the license key. You will not be able to use more instances than the number specified by the key.
If you are going to run test projects via Remote Desktop connections, we recommend that you use a Floating User license on the server for the desired number of LoadComplete instances.