I have Advanced Display V3 connected to my EBO server. Do I need a client license?
EcoStruxure Building Operation
Building Operation Advanced Display V3
Building Operation Advanced Display V3 (AD v3) is an industrial-grade Human Machine Interface (HMI) that can easily be locked to an application such as EcoStruxure Building Operation WebStation to create a dedicated tool for local operation and maintenance of an EcoStruxure BMS.
When connected to EcoStruxure BMS server, AD v3 is counted as one WebStation client. Starting from EBO v2, WorkStation and WebStation will both be considered a client, and each will require a concurrent license to be able to log into the system. Three client licenses are included with each Enterprise Central and each Enterprise Server. When logging directly into a SmartX server, the number of WebStation connections is limited only by the Architectural Guidelines*, which says that a client license is only needed if the AD v3 is connected to Enterprise Server or Enterprise Central directly.
*From EBO 3.1 and forward there is no need to activate a Client feature license on SmartX servers to be able to connect WebStation to a SmartX server and log in. While versions 3.0.4 and 3.0.3 with hotfixes accomplished the same functionality, they did so by stating that 99 clients were available.