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panafic
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Inventor Subscription Licenses

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03-20-2014 11:38 PM
I would please like to get input on Inventor Licenses & Installations. We are subscribed to Autodesk, we have 6 x 2013 Packages with home licenses, we recently upgraded to 2014 Via subscription also with home licenses, how many installations can one do with all these packages. I mean how many computers can i install or would the 2013 Packages fall away ?
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AllenJessup
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Re: Inventor Subscription Licenses

03-21-2014 04:43 AM in reply to: panafic

If you have 6 licenses and all are used at home also. Then you can install on 6 computers at work and 6 computers at employees' homes. Since you are on Subscription you can also install the previous 3 versions on any or all of the computers.But you can't be using any more than 6 licenses at once. Each user could theoretically have 4 versions of the program open at once on one computer. But that only counts as 1 license because they're being used by one user.

 

Allen

 

information given is my own opinion - not that of autodesk

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JGerth
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Re: Inventor Subscription Licenses

03-21-2014 06:29 AM in reply to: panafic

Stand-alone seats, or network licenses at the office?

 

Does Inventor support a 'Portable License Utility'?  

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