If I have two processes that call a common subprocess, and the two processes call the subprocess at the same time, what happens if Allow Simultaneous Executions is not enabled on the subprocess?

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If I have two processes that call a common subprocess, and the two processes call the subprocess at the same time, what happens if Allow Simultaneous Executions is not enabled on the subprocess?  Does the subprocess fail?
When a process calls a subprocess, the subprocess always executes immediately, regardless of how the "Allow Simultaneous Executions" check box is set on the subprocess.  See this documentation: http://help.boomi.com/atomsphere/GUID-F24A2D48-63A1-4E27-BA22-DAFB946DC1FC.html
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