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LeeBase
Posted: 01/18/2004, 6:07 PM

Since CodeCharge is liscensed "per developer" -- can a person have it installed on a work machine and a home machine?

Can the liscense be transferred?

TIA,

Lee
peterr


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Posted: 01/18/2004, 6:14 PM

Please see: http://support.codecharge.com/kb_search.asp

The license can be transferred.
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Lee
Posted: 01/18/2004, 8:50 PM

Quote peterr:
Please see: http://support.codecharge.com/kb_search.asp

The license can be transferred.

That's not suitable for the example given. In the day I work on one machine, at night I work on another. One developer -- as per the license agreement. But will their activation allow this?

Lee
peterr


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Posted: 01/18/2004, 9:06 PM

The Activation method is described at the same URL as provided above.
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Lee
Posted: 01/21/2004, 1:02 PM

Quote peterr:
The Activation method is described at the same URL as provided above.

Can one developer be liscensed to work on two machines....as in a "at work" machine and a "at home" machine?

This is a yes or no question. I have read the indicated URL and I am UNSURE of the answer.

I see that activiations can be moved from one machine to another....but will doing this every day be considered "excessive"?

Lee


Lee
Posted: 01/22/2004, 9:03 AM

Ok....perhaps this will make my question clearer.

When I move the activation from one machine to another -- say from MachineA to MachineB -- is the product then inactive on MachineA?

If so.......

Then can I move from MachineA to MachineB and back again every day?

Lee
Wayne
Posted: 01/22/2004, 12:08 PM

Don't understand why you're asking the users about this.
Contact YesSoftware.


"Lee" <Lee@forum.codecharge> wrote in message
news:15401002465f217@news.codecharge.com...
> Ok....perhaps this will make my question clearer.
>
> When I move the activation from one machine to another -- say from
MachineA to MachineB -- is the product then inactive on MachineA?
>
> If so.......
>
> Then can I move from MachineA to MachineB and back again every day?
>
> Lee
> ---------------------------------------
> Sent from YesSoftware forum
> http://forums.codecharge.com/
>

Lee
Posted: 01/22/2004, 6:47 PM

Quote Wayne:
Don't understand why you're asking the users about this.
Contact YesSoftware.

Is this not their online forum? As you can clearly see, official folks from Yes Software have answered, if evasively so.

Lee
peterr


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Posted: 01/22/2004, 7:00 PM

Lee,

It is correct that these are User Forums for users to exchange information, not support forums. Please read the forum footnotes below.

If you have questions to other users then post them here, however I don't see how your licensing questions can be answered by other users.
I only act in "expert user" capacity, I can answer some technical questions, and I can also point you to the information on our Website. However, if you have question for YesSoftware then obviously you should contact the company directly.

Regards,
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Posted: 01/22/2004, 7:03 PM

BTW, if you are accessing these messages via a newsgroup then you can visit the online Forum to read the forum footnotes with guidelines:
http://forums.codecharge.com/

Here is the information that I was referring to:
"These Forums are Community Forums and should not be used for requesting support.
If you would like to obtain technical product help or provide suggestions,
please visit http://support.codecharge.com. YesSoftware values your feedback."

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Lee
Posted: 01/23/2004, 7:45 PM

Quote peterr:
BTW, if you are accessing these messages via a newsgroup then you can visit the online Forum to read the forum footnotes with guidelines:
http://forums.codecharge.com/

My bad. I am properly chastened.

Lee

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