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chirag.vashisht
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# Posted on: 13-Sep-2012 09:06:20.  
Hi there,

We want to move our installation from one server to the other as the old server need to be formatted can you people tell can this be done with the same license and if yes how to do that?
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# Posted on: 13-Sep-2012 12:00:43.  
Install on new server, copy license file into installation folder, done. The license is per seat. If you have 1 license, 1 person can use the designer.

But I don't really see why you'd have the designer installed on a server?


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# Posted on: 13-Sep-2012 12:27:17.  
Is this all I have to do?
That is actually a shared system, installed lot of such softwares on it.
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# Posted on: 13-Sep-2012 12:57:12.  
chirag.vashisht wrote:
Is this all I have to do?
That is actually a shared system, installed lot of such softwares on it.

Please answer the question I asked above Regular Smiley ->
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But I don't really see why you'd have the designer installed on a server?


'shared' system, what does that mean? Lots of people log in with terminal services? If so, just 1 can use the designer, if you have just 1 license.


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# Posted on: 13-Sep-2012 15:41:34.  
Thanks buddy, I will try migrating it to the new system, will let you know If I get stuck anywhere and shared system means we have many team members in the team, so we have shared system in the team from which the team members can generate the source code for the project when required.
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# Posted on: 13-Sep-2012 16:09:19.  
If multiple team members generate source code, you should have as many licenses as you have team members using the LLBLGen Pro designer. So that single license you own now isn't enough I'm afraid.

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# Posted on: 17-Oct-2012 18:32:53.  
I am the only one who uses this system to generate the source code for my projects. It's not like server. I think you took the term 'shared system in wrong way'. My team members only use the generated code for the project. Is it fine or I have to give more explanation over it.
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# Posted on: 17-Oct-2012 18:42:42.  
If your team members only use the generated code and not the Designer, one license is enough.

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