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AuthorSubject: PS Licensing   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Nick Rains
Posted on Wed Oct 1, 2003 3:10 AM

This enquiry was sparked off by the evident general disgust at the new activation scheme for PSCS and the comments in that another thread.

Rather than wade through the legalese of the actual license for PS7, can someone tell me if it allowable ever to have a single copy of any Adobe software installed on 2 machines?

I have a home office as well as my gallery where I often work on a Sunday. I would like to be able to do some digital work when it is quiet in the gallery and I don't have a laptop powerful enough to be worthwhile for PS work.

Since I am the only USER, can I have a copy of PS on 2 distinct machines, one at home and one in my gallery office? I am hoping that as long as I am the only user, it is OK.

I have a copy of Elements for my Manager to use at the gallery for simple printing tasks - she doesn't need the power of PS. However, my attempts to work with it were limited as I need the extra facilities of PS myself.

Nick Rains


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