and your colleagues can simultaneously edit the same record
within a single database. Sharing databases with the network
program allows multiple users to read and write to the same
database down to the field level within the same bibliographic
record. Only Reference Manager for Windows offers
this true network capability.
network program is licensed based on either the number of workstations
or on concurrent accesses to the program.
databases on either a network or workstation drive.
License Packs (Workstation License)
workstation license provides each individual licensed user with
access to Reference Manager at all times.
workstation license also allows installation of the software
on a notebook computer so each licensed user is able to work
both at the office and when the computer is undocked, or portable.
Purchase multiple 5-User Packs for larger groups. Education and
government discounts available.
Network (Concurrent License)
concurrent license allows for a limited number of simultaneous
accesses to Reference Manager - via a network.
choice to support a broad pool of users.
run the program from a computer or workstation connected to
the network (client/server).
suggested ratio of total number of users to concurrent licenses
is 4:1 - one concurrent license to support four users.
use is governed by the network administrator and requires a
local method of metering simultaneous access. A concurrent
metering utility is provided in the network version.
is restricted to a single network server where it is used solely
as a server application.
pricing information for the Reference Manager Concurrent Network
and workstation requirements
the system requirements for
Windows XP(SP2/3), Vista
Asked Questions about network versions
a list of
frequently asked questions
about the network edition of Reference Manager