Windows Thread, Urgent - Remove a local computer policy on computer shutdown in Technical; In the Microsoft Agreement (for Windows 7, but I'm guessing this can be applied to the rest of the operating ...
15th May 2011, 10:42 PM #16
In the Microsoft Agreement (for Windows 7, but I'm guessing this can be applied to the rest of the operating systems), it states:
"The software is licensed on a per copy per computer basis. A computer is a physical hardware system with an internal storage device capable of running the software. A hardware partition or blade is considered to be a separate computer."
"One Copy per Computer. You may install one copy of the software on one computer. That computer is the “licensed computer.”
b. Licensed Computer. You may use the software on up to two processors on the licensed computer at one time. Unless otherwise provided in these license terms, you may not use the software on any other computer.
c. Number of Users. Unless otherwise provided in these license terms, only one user may use the software at a time."
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15th May 2011, 10:55 PM #17
Surely with regards to licensing - if you are under the new schools agreements it doesn't matter? as its all down to number of full time staff rather then pc quantities? so you could have hundreds and hundreds of installs?
EDIT: sorry to remove off topic - also i'm not 100% sure of new licensing model as purchased out of it
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