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client machine and server

client machine and server

client machine and server

(OP)
Hi

Is client machine and server
Must be separate computers.

I'm asking that because I read
Articles about installing nx manager.

And they say this to be installed
In the server and this in client machine

Please some explanation because
I have not experienced of this.

Thank you in advance.

RE: client machine and server

Hi,

I have just a laptop with Server, NX and TeamCenter and It works well.

Regards
Didier Psaltopoulos
http://www.psi-cad.fr

RE: client machine and server

(OP)
Hi Didier and thank you.

laptop with Server

What is a server?
Is it a software?
What it did actually?

Thanks.

RE: client machine and server

Hi Ehaviv,

I mean TeamCenter Server

Have a look at the screenshot but sorry for the french language



Regards
Didier Psaltopoulos
http://www.psi-cad.fr

RE: client machine and server

(OP)
Merci beaucoup.

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