There are two possible types of QQube provisioning in a hosting environment.
Each type refers to the number of users that access the QQube database to run reports, and not related to the number of QuickBooks users.
You procure the QQube Single-User version for a customer when:
You procure the QQube Multi-User version for a customer when:
There is only one type of user in this scenario.
There are three types of users in this scenario
1. QQUBE DEDICATED SYNCH USER
This is where the QQube database server and synchronizer mechanism are installed, and where QQube will talk directly to QuickBooks using a client interface (Intuit does not give developers direct access to the database - so the client version of QuickBooks must be installed under this dedicated user).
The following operations are performed under this user and can be permitted without elevated permissions.
NOTE: Reports should never be created or run under this user. It is only for the synch process.
2. QQUBE REGULAR USER
This fits the description for anybody who creates or runs reports and visualizations against the QQube database running under the QQube Dedicated Synch User. The number of users per multi-user license (5,10) refers to the number of concurrent connections to the QQube Database.
3. QQUBE SUPER USER
Designated "Super User" can use RDP to login to the Dedicated Synch User and perform the operations listed under the dedicated synch user in  above.
NOTE : Some providers currently hosting QQube, do not allow these functions to be handled by a designated Super User, and are instead handled by the hosting support staff.
Ideally, the following applications that work out-of-the-box with QQube - over 250 pre-built examples - will be installed according to the path that was chosen during the install.
Understanding the Data Synch Process
Get Up and Running
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