What is a SINGLE (Per Computer) Licence?
This licence type is currently available for SIDRA TRIP only - it allows installing and using the software on one computer. It also refers to previous versions of SIDRA INTERSECTION (version 5.1 and prior).
The SINGLE Licence allows installing and using the software on one computer. Once a SINGLE licence has been installed and activated on a computer, it cannot be simultaneously activated on another. The software activation procedures will prevent a SINGLE Licence version of the software from being used on more than one computer.
A SINGLE Licence can be deactivated and subsequently moved to another computer. Generally this process will require an internet connection. Moving a licence is possible without an internet connection, but the process is difficult and is not recommended.
With this licensing system, you will be able to deactivate and reactivate your licence without need to contact our office. If a licence cannot be deactivated, for example if a computer was damaged or became inoperable, you would then need to contact us to have the licence reactivated on another computer. A service fee may be charged for such cases.
To be able to use the software simultaneously on more than one computer, further SINGLE Licences are required. It will be easy to increase the number of SINGLE computer licences since it will be possible to purchase one or more additional SINGLE computer licences.
Multiple users can share a SINGLE licence if they do not use the licence at the same time. The software can be installed on multiple devices and the licence can be moved around from one device to another quite easily by activating and deactivating accordingly.
Terms for 1PC, SINGLE or ENTERPRISE Licences
1PC, SINGLE or ENTERPRISE Licences can only be used in the country to which the licence was purchased. In the case of multi-national organisations, purchase of additional licences or a special agreement is required for use of the Software in additional countries where the Licensee's organisation has offices.
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