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For security point of view, you would need to create named user account for each individual users and not group account.
It is technically possible, but sharing accounts goes against any end user licensing agreement you may have signed.
You should create a user for every person who needs access in order to be in line with your licensing agreement.
Thanks for the responses.
While logging in with the same account on a different machine will likely not automatically kick the other off, you will likely run into issues with being kicked off once a session ends and I believe our EULA requires one license per user.
Let me know if you have any questions!