Hi, I assume you are at the latest Release 9.x... You can expect a good performance depending of the NetLink server (NLS). Please note that in PowerLink the CPU is used in local PC. For NetLink the CPU is provided by NLS. If there are many users, you can have more than one NLS. And I would strongly recommend to offload NLS to windows or Linux machines. In terms of functionality, you should know that not all features are supported yet. But you should test it, figure out how it works in detail and give NetLink to some key users first. Infor is improving NetLink because NetLink is the UI for Ming.le, so you can expect more and more features very soon.

Regards from Germany

Michael J. Raber

www.mjraber.de


Am 06.07.2017 um 02:57 schrieb Rachele Letkeman:
Good day,
We are looking at shifting from Powerlink to Net-link for the bulk of our internal network users. We can see the benefit of not having to install a client however are concerned about performance impact. Can I get some feedback from others who are using Net-link internally for their users instead of Powerlink.
We are also researching external access for Net-Link (outside of our network) and I was hoping to get some comments or feedback from others who are doing this or have looked into it.


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