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Frequently Asked Questions

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Does the LFConnector use a Laserfiche license?

Yes.  Once a user's security credentials are verified, a session to the Laserfiche repository is established.  This session, while in use, consumes a Laserfiche full client license.

Consider the following example:

You are licensed for 3 devices for the LFConnector.  Each device will use a Laserfiche full client license while in use.  Thus, if all 3 devices are being used concurrently with the LFConnector, then 3 Laserfiche full client licenses will be consumed.  Alternatively, if only 2 devices are running a LFConnector session and the third device is idle, then only 2 Laserfiche full client licenses will be consumed.

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