My old Mac Mini 5,1 stops at 10.13 (High Sierra). With the current iLok version of VEP on my main Mac mini 2018 running Ventura, is it possible to incorporate the old MacMini as a second computer in a Vienna Ensemble Pro / Logic network?
Logic does see the old computer and the VE server on it, but it does not see the loaded instances, nor will it create a new instance. There is a prompt that says both VEP's need the same version. Does that exclude any computer that can't run at least 10.14 (Mojave), per VSL's earliest system requirement?
I'm further puzzled because a couple of weeks ago, I was delighted to see that Logic on my main MacMini could drive the old Mac Mini and VEP / VI software even with eLicenser. Now I can't. Perhaps that's because of the most recent VEP upgrade?
This world is full of older, less expensive Mac Minis. I'd profit from any discussion regarding their feasibility in a networked studio setting -- even if they're only buying time.