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Frequently Asked Questions

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Floating/Concurrent Licensing

Floating or Concurrent or Network licensing, allows multiple users to access a software product simultaneously. The software can be installed on as many client computers as needed, because the license manager, installed on a central server in the network, manages the number of users that can access the software at the same time. This type of licensing model is commonly used in enterprise environments where several users need access to the same software product.

Single-User/Standalone Licensing

Single-user or Standalone licensing is a licensing model that allows one user to access a software product on one device. This type of licensing model is commonly used in individual or small business environments where only one user needs access to the software product.

Node/Device-Locked Licensing

Node-locked or Device-locked licensing is a licensing model that ties a software product to a specific device. This means that the software can only be used on the device that the license is activated. Node-locked licensing is commonly used in environments where a user needs access to the software on a specific device.

Perpetual Licenses

Perpetual licenses are a type of license that allows users to use the software product indefinitely. The user pays a one-time fee for the license and is granted the right to use the software product indefinitely. This type of licensing model is commonly used in individual and small business environments.

Subscription Licenses

Subscription licenses are a type of license that allows users to use the software product for a specified period. Users pay a subscription fee to access the software product for the specified period. This type of licensing model is commonly used in enterprise environments where users require temporary access to a software product.

Maintenance Agreements

Maintenance agreements are contracts between software vendors and users that provide access to software updates, technical support, and other software-related services. Maintenance agreements are commonly used in perpetual and subscription licensing models to provide users with access to the latest software updates and technical support.

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