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Alloy POC: IBM Lotus Notes in a Windows Terminal Server Environment (without Citrix!)

If you ever wanted to setup an Alloy Environment especially for Test, Demo and Evaluation purposes you will soon stumble upon the issue how are you going to support different users/client in your System Landscape. In time of Virtualization this isnt a huge issue anymore, but still you would need at least some Virtual Machines to support your different users/clients. An alternative approach is the use of a Windows Terminal Server Environment. Unfortunatelly this setup isnt supported officially by IBM, which makes this option not sufficient to work in a productive environment. Nontheless you can still use it for any kind of Proof-of-Concept Scenario. IBM statement about the use of WTS and Lotus Notes. (http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21196881)  First of all you need to install the Lotus Notes Client (Standard) on your Windows Terminal Server. (Switch to Install Mode before you start the setup!)   Lotus Notes Install
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