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When you say "users accessing a project", do you mean help authors or end users?
I ask, because sometimes folks are under the mistaken belief that RoboHelp Server is needed in order to post content that multiple users will view from a server. Generic WebHelp is capable of that without the added overhead (and expense) of RoboHelp Server.
Sorry for not being more clear on my question.
I am speaking of the help authors.
If you want multiple authors to access RH you will have to purchase enough RoboHelp licences to enable them to do so. Note I did not say RoboHelp Server. This is only required if you want to publish your help output to a server (WebHelp Pro output) and allow your end users to access it there. It also has many reporting benefits.
You should not install RoboHelp over a network as it is against the licence agreement. I'd also strongly suggest you never run any RoboHelp source code on a network drive. Backup there, yes but never open a project located there.
If you want multiple authors to access a project, you could explore using a source control system. RoboHelp has one in built - that I have never used - but others prefer a third party solution such as Visual SourceSafe.