Knowledge Base

Category: Network Licenses and Software
Topic ID: 999
Title: How Carlson Software's End-User License Agreement Applies to Networked Software
Created: 0000-00-00Last modified: 0000-00-00
Carlson Software's EULA grants you the following rights with ONLY Non-Network Software: 
You may install and use one copy of the SOFTWARE PRODUCT, or any prior version for the same operating system, on a single computer. The primary user of the computer on which the SOFTWARE PRODUCT is installed may make a second copy for his or her exclusive use on a portable computer.

Networked Software requires access to a license file from a server.  If you wish to install and run the software on a home computer, you will need to use a VPN (Virtual Private Network, which provides you with remote access to your company's server), or you will need to "check out" a license to the remote computer.

The procedures for checking out, or "commuting" a license can be found in the following Knowledge Base articles:

#507, Checking Out a Network License (Before Disconnecting from the Network) – RECOMMENDED METHOD 

#218, Sending a Network License To A Remote User (Off-Site) – ADVANCED METHOD