It does not matter where the users run the software, whether from their networked computers or on the server over the Remote Desktop. However, only two at a time can use the software. Every user-session which runs the software takes a license from the licensing server, which is the computer with the USB licensing dongle.
The 2-user network license allows any 2 users connected to the network to use the software. To be more specific, only 2 user-sessions or logins can use the software. For example:
Up to two independent users can use the software on their different computers.
The same user can use the software on up to two different computers (e.g. 2 independent user login sessions).
Up to two independent users can use Remote Desktop to run the software on a server.
The phrase “connected to the network” means any of the following:
The users are on the same subnet as the licensing server
The user’s computer is connected to a different subnet, but their computer is configured to retrieve the licensing information from the licensing server.