Yes you can assign Named Cal and Doc Cal to single user, but in this case you are wasting Doc Cal, because, if a person holds Named Cal license, he has access to all application, so no need of any other CAL.
NO, you can not update the application from browser.
Yes, you can share the application folder over network and using windows security you allow user to modify the application.
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How we can allow some users to connect to the QMC (Qlikview Managment console) to add or delete licence? They have to below to the QV-ADMIN, the group that the service-qlikview below? (the service-qlikview is created during the installation of the QlikView server to bring the service)?
What is the path to access to the folder of application over network for the other users who have the permission to modify this application?
Yes the user should belong to QlikView Admin group to be able to access the QMC.
The Folder path will be the path at which you have your QVW stored, you can make that folder as shared which can be then used by other users over network to access the folder and change the file.
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Last question please!
to attribute a licence NamedCal tu a user, do we need also to give him the authorization for each document that we want him to access (like the case of Doc Cal: in QMC: Documents -> Authorization) or just we attribute to him a licence Named Cal?
If my account is allowed to access to many servers, when I connect to QMC, do I find all these servers, even if I Haven't a licence?