Eric Tanikawa: Clarifying TPC’s Single User License
We continue to get questions about how many computers you can install TPC on and who can run them. Most of the questions originate from what we call our Courtesy License. So we did a little work to clarify what you can and can’t do with TPC’s Single User License.
You can find it all on our web site under the License tab of our Support page.
Single User License
When you buy a copy of Traverse PC, you are purchasing a single user license which allows one person at a time to use that license. If two or more people need to run Traverse PC at the same time, you need to purchase an additional license for each person or switch to a network license. Please refer to our License Agreement for more information.
You can request a courtesy license so that you can install Traverse PC on a second computer (home computer, laptop you take into the field, etc.). You can then run Traverse PC on either computer as needed. But remember, this is a single user license. Allowing two people to run a single user license of Traverse PC on two computers at the same time is a violation of the License Agreement.
Network licenses can be purchased for as few as three (3) seats and provide flexible options for sharing the network licenses among any number of users in your office / company. Please refer to our Licensing Guide for more information.
I hope that answered all of your questions about Traverse PC licenses, but if not, give me a call.
Eric Tanikawa, Sales
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