This article only applies to Squared Up Version 2.0. If you're looking for help with Squared Up Version 3.0, please visit our new knowledge base

A connection to Squared Up counts towards the 50 simultaneous user SDK limit. However a Squared Up SDK connection generally puts lower load on the SCOM infrastructure and in our testing we scale well beyond 50 concurrent connections.

If your users only need access to static non-interactive dashboards, we recommend using Open Access dashboards where users can access up to date images of dashboards. See Open Access Dashboards

The following Powershell will list all the users that currently have a SCOM console connection. Users will be displayed once for every connection they have open.




You can manage which of your users are able to login to Squared Up (based on how many Squared Up licences you have purchased):

Managing Named Users (Licensing)

Many customers have a load balanced configuration of Squared Up, see:

How to setup Kerberos Constrained Delegation with a load balancer

Licensing Multi-server Deployments

How to sync dashboards between servers