In order to run MedCalc in a network environment, you need a MedCalc multi-user license and product key. Contact us for details.
In the MedCalc program folder, you you find 2 utilities, mcservsu.exe and mcnetsu.exe that you can use to configure MedCalc in a network.
Method 1: place license on server
Use mcservsu.exe to enter the product key and distribute the license from the server.
From the network server, or a client computer, double-click mcservsu.exe in the MedCalc folder on the server, and follow the instructions on the screen.
Advantages of method 1:
Disadvantages of method 1:
This method is preferred in a small organization or in a controlled setting such as a computer class room.
After having placed the license on the server, you may still want to run mcnetsu.exe in order to configure medcalc.exe and the MedCalc file extension .mc1 in the registry of the clients. mcnetsu.exe accepts different command line parameters so some of the configuration process can be automated.
Method 2: place license on clients
Use mcnetsu.exe to enter the product key on each individual client.
From the different client computers, run mcnetsu.exe from the MedCalc folder on the server, and follow the instructions on the screen.
Advantages of method 2:
Disadvantages of method 2:
mcnetsu.exe accepts different command line parameters so some of the configuration process can be automated.
Verified for Windows Server 2003
MedCalc successfully passed the "Verified for Windows Server 2003™" test (July 2004).
The Verified for Windows Server 2003 Test Specification (PDF - 176 KB) was developed by Microsoft to identify applications that run successfully on Windows Server™ 2003.
This certification assures customers that: