Do you need a Tableau Server license to be able to publish content from Desktop to the Server?

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Is a Server license necessary for publishing a report from Desktop to the server or will just a desktop license suffice? I understand without a Server license you can't access reports already on the Server, but for one-time publishing, is a Server license required?

Sep 11, 2018 in Tableau by Naruto
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As of Tableau Server 10.5, the "Unlicensed (can publish)" site role has been removed, together with the "Viewer (can publish)" role.

Hence, the answer is now unfortunately yes, you need a license (if you use the user-based licensing model on your server).

answered Sep 11, 2018 by Nitish
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