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    Can I use RM Windowbox applications on a vanilla network?

    A local primary school that we support is going to be moving over to a vanilla network. We have Window box licenses for all of the machines on the CC4 network, will I still be licensed to use them on exactly the same machines but on a vanilla network?
    I assume so as the applications included don't do OEM licenses and the couple of people I've spoken to at RM aren't sure. My investigations continue!

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    Last time I enquired about running any RM software on a non-RM network I was told it wasn't allowed. However, that was to do with RM Tutor so that could have been a more technical issue than a licensing one.



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