System Requirements for Cubit Estimating

This document provides the system requirements when deploying and running Cubit Estimating in either of its three license types Standalone, Network, or Terminal. 

 

Standalone License


The Standalone License is designed to be used on any independent standalone computer.

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Note: The minimum and recommended specifications are guidelines, if dealing with large plans and models you may need to exceed the recommended specification.


Network License


The Cubit Estimating Network License is designed to be used in a network environment where multiple computers will connect to a common database installed on a nominated Cubit Estimating sever.

The typical deployment method for a network requires a server-side install (Cubit Estimating server) to be installed on a server and client-side (Cubit Estimating client) installed on the user’s computer.  Separating these two components represents a two-tier architecture.

 

Cubit Estimating client

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Note: The minimum and recommended specifications are guidelines, if dealing with large plans and models you may need to exceed the recommended specification to use them.

 

Cubit Estimating server

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Note: The plans are stored in the database, the more plans you have the more disk space you will require.

 

Terminal License


The Terminal Server license is designed for use on a terminal or Citrix server where multiple users will be logging into the server to use Cubit Estimating.

Cubit Estimating will need to be installed on the server by choosing the standalone install option and then registered with the terminal server license to allow multiple connections.

All the data will be saved into a local database on the server and will be visible to other Cubit Estimating users logged into the terminal or Citrix instance.

 

Cubit Estimating Terminal Server

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Note: The plans are stored in the database, the more plans you have the more disk space you will require.

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