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maldeskalp
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Registered: ‎06-09-2011
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Splitting Revit MEP Suite License

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06-09-2011 01:48 PM

Are standalone licenses limited to a single seat or single installations. Must the entire suite reside on a single machine only? This does not take into account any Home Use Licensing.

 

Are the 2 separate software products within the Suite considered one product for the EULA since they are bundled together?

 

So the real question is, can I legally install Revit MEP on one computer with it's license, and the Suite's copy of AutoCAD MEP on a separate machine?

 

If this is legal, can person A be working in Revit MEP, and person B working in AutoCAD MEP, at the same time on the separate machines legally? Or does the definition of "seat" indicate single user at any given time for the entire Suite?

 

These questions pertain to standalone licenses.

 

Thank you in advance. :smileyhappy:

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DarrenP
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Registered: ‎09-13-2007
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Re: Splitting Revit MEP Suite License

06-09-2011 02:35 PM in reply to: maldeskalp

its to a single installation

since its a suite you can not spilit the products up to multiple machines

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