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CF9 licensing question

Dec 18, 2009 3:47 PM

I currently have a CF7 production server and I want to build a new server and upgrade to CF9. My question is if I can setup the new server and test my site using the trial version of CF9. When I'm ready to make the new version live will I be able to insert my new license key and I assume my old cf7 key to make the upgrade valid onto the new server?Is this the recommened procedure for upgrading to a new version of CF and moving to a new server at the same time?

 

I'm also understand that the CF9 license allows it to be loaded onto another server for use in redundancy. I would not have the old server running in production but waiting ready in case the production server goes off line for any reason. Is this within the limits of the license?

 

Any advice on this would be greatly appreciated.

 
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    Dec 18, 2009 4:59 PM   in reply to John Sieber

    http://www.adobe.com/products/eulas/pdfs/adobe_coldFusion_combined_200 90811_0930.pdf

     

    4.1.1 License. Licensee may (a) install the Evaluation Software on Computers within Licensee’s Internal
    
    Network and (b) permit only Authorized Users to use the Evaluation Software (and electronic document,
    
    content and other materials generated by or processed with the Evaluation Software) within Licensee’s
    
    Internal Network for the sole purpose of determining whether to purchase a license to the Software and not
    
    for any revenue generation, commercial activity or other productive business purpose. Licensee is not
    
    permitted to use the Evaluation Software (including its output) directly or indirectly with any Production
    
    Software or Development Software (or the output from such software).
    
    

     

    2.3 Backup and Disaster Recovery. Licensee may make and install a reasonable number of copies of the
    
    Software for backup and archival purposes and use such copies solely in the event that the primary copy
    
    has failed or is destroyed, but in no event may Licensee use such copies concurrently with Production
    
    Software or Development Software. Licensee may also install copies of the Software in a Disaster
    
    Recovery Environment for use solely in disaster recovery and not for production, development, evaluation
    
    or testing purposes other than to ensure that the Software is capable of replacing the primary usage of the
    
    Software in case of a disaster.
    
    
    
    


    Ken Ford

     
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