Yes, it support.
It have two methods.
Method 1: use network license. below is the steps:
1, install License manager in computer A, and set computer A as license Server.
2, install Publisher on computer B, C and D, use computer A as license server
3, if Computer A only have 1 license, you can start publisher on computer B or C or D, but they can't be used at same time. That means if Publisher B occupy license, C and D can't use it unless close Publisher B.
Method 2: standalone linese, below is the steps:
1, install publisher on computer A and B
2, publisher A is actived, it have license, but Publisher B is not
3, please see attached image, use license transfer utility to export the license
4, Publisher B can import this license.
Hope this helps
This is the attached image
Thank-you for your replies.
I currently use a network licence on our company server, but I want to use Publisher when I go home. I do not have access to the company server at home.
Can I change the network licence to a standalone?
You can borrow a license. Below are the steps:
1, start publisher, click about button in title bar
2, clich license information
3, click borrow, you can borrow the license for 1 day, or 1 week, and return the license when you finish using it.
please see attached image
yes you would
if your allowed and on subscription you can request a home use license from the subscription website
OK, I'll do that. Thanks for your help, appreciated.
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