Re: "Licensing" for a contract writer

Subject: Re: "Licensing" for a contract writer
From: jane <judydh -at- TOTAL -dot- NET>
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 18:33:03 -0400

Generally, licenses are per machine. If the person is

>at some temporary computer, such as one left open by a vacationing
>programmer, to help out on a project

I really wouldn't worry about it. If all site licenses of the softwares are
being employed at each and every moment that the contract writer is there,
then yes, you'd have to get new licenses.

If someone has a program on their machine but they're not using it at that
time, then you could share that program over the network by placing the
shortcut icon to it on your desktop and the owner enables sharing over the
network (this applies to Mac, too).

One machine, one license...and sometimes, a copy for home use, too. Just so
long as two copies are not in use at the same time.

Jane Sorensen
Visual Edge Software

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