best practices for installation of PDQ Inventory between 2 person IT shop

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  • Shane Corellian

    Hi Shawn,

    Yes, the licenses are per user so two users would require two licenses.

    Both PDQ products were designed to be used by one user per database. At this time there isn't a way to share multiple databases. You'd still need to have each user use the same DB on a server to accomplish this.

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  • Shawn Done

    Thanks Shane.  Do you ever see a desktop install for both parties possible with sharing a single database on a server location?

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  • Shane Corellian

    Hi Shawn,

    Yes, we do have plans to accommodate shared DB functionality... we don't have an estimate yet.

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  • Shawn Done

    THanks again.

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  • Shane Corellian
    **Update** - We recommend utilizing the Shared Databases and Scan Caching feature introduced in 3.1. While this is still not a true single DB solution it resolves most of the issues that arise with multiple databases such as duplication of scans and Collections. Let us know if you'd like us to elaborate on these features.
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