I can read the license agreement, but it's the interpretation of legal wording that I'm having troubles with. Basically, I'm looking for a real world YES or NO to my question. I'm sure others have had this question, that's why I came to this forum.
2.1 General Use. You may install and use one copy of the Software on up to the Permitted Number of your compatible Computers as long as, when required by the Software, you present a valid serial number for each copy; and
2.2 Distribution from Server. You may copy an image of the Software onto file server(s) within your Internal Network for the purpose of downloading and installing the Software onto Computers within the same Internal Network for use as permitted by Section 2.1; and
2.3 Server Use. You may install the Software on Computer file server(s) within your Internal Network only for use of the Software initiated by an individual from a Computer within the same Internal Network as permitted by Section 2.1. The total number of users (not the concurrent number of users) able to use the Software on such Computer file server(s) may not exceed the Permitted Numbe
The way I read it, I need a unique copy for each computer no matter what the circumstances may be. Would that be a correct interpretation? So basically, I need 2 licenses?