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Edu Suites - teacher license

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05-25-2012 05:26 AM

Few years back there were Edu packs with teacher licenses, for example: AC 2007 EDU 10+1 NLM (10 network licenses for classroom, 1 standalone license for teacher).

Now with Edu Suites licensing method is a bit different, but I'd like to know if there is still something like standalone teachers license to this new suites?

And second question: When Edu Suite is on a subscription contract, whether you can use previous version and home use like in commercial versions?

 

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Re: Edu Suites - teacher license

05-25-2012 09:02 AM in reply to: jaroslaw.janiak

Hello jaroslaw.janiak,

 

The Education Master Suites, like most all of our products, can be purchased in either a standalone or network deployment. 

 

If you're license is on an active subscription contract, it's eligible for Previous Version and or Home Use, as long as the requester is the Contract Manger or Software Coordinator.

 

Please note that students who wish to use the software at home, can do so free of charge via the Education Community. This benefit is also available to faculty members, and Autodesk Assistance program participants.

 

Please accept as a solution if applicable so that others can find answers easier :smileyhappy:



Philip Schmelzer

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