Easysoft Product Licenses
All Easysoft products require either a trial license or a purchased license to function.
For full details of the licensing policy and procedure please refer to the Licensing Guide.
- Permanent machine licenses with no limits....
- Unlimited concurrent database connections
- Unlimited concurrent users
- Unlimited concurrent clients
- Unlimited CPUs per server
- Includes FREE 1st year Support and Maintenance Contract, providing..
- Free maintenance releases
- Free upgrades to all new versions
- Free platform transfers
- Unrestricted help desk support by email or telephone
- Machine - A single computer.
- LAN - Local Area Network within a single building used by a single legal entity.
- WAN - Wide Area Network within multiple buildings used by a single legal entity.
- Internet - Public Network used by multiple legal entities.
- Licenses include Support, Maintenance and Product Upgrades for the first year.
- All Licenses (with the exception of Internet) apply to a single legal entity and are not transferable.
- Unlimited Machines on LAN is a corporate distribution license that enables you to install the software on any number of machines on your LAN at a single site for 12 months.
- Unlimited Machines on WAN is a corporate distribution license that enables you to install the software on any number of machines on your WAN at a single site or multiple sites for 12 months.
- Windows Desktop – The Easysoft software can only be licensed on a Windows Workstation machine. The license key must be renewed 1 year from the date of the purchase, otherwise, it expires. The license key will not work on a Windows Server machine. The license key provided is a machine-specific license key i.e. you need multiple license keys to install Easysoft software on multiple machines.
- Windows Server – The Easysoft software can be licensed on a Windows Server or Workstation machine. The license key provided is a machine-specific none-expiring license key.
To find out whether a Windows machine is a Server or Workstation, in a command prompt on the machine, type
systeminfo. In the command's output, look at the OS Configuration field value. If the field's value contains "Server", (e.g. "Standalone Server") or "Domain Controller", the machine is a Server. If the field's value contains "Workstation" (e.g. "Member Workstation") the machine is a Workstation.