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Registered: May 2015
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First of all.... I received my copy 2 minutes ago !!!!! Simw.com was very very speed (2 days)

Now, I've got a question about the licence:

I've got 2 pc at home one for PSX and another one for sioc. I would like to know if I have the rights to install on both computer. (the sioc one will never go on internet, only to test my cockpit building ) ?

thanks for your reply.

InshiBayA
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Registered: Dec 2011
Posts: 497
Location: Portugal
inshibaya wrote
First of all.... I received my copy 2 minutes ago !!!!! Simw.com was very very speed (2 days)

Now, I've got a question about the licence:

I've got 2 pc at home one for PSX and another one for sioc. I would like to know if I have the rights to install on both computer. (the sioc one will never go on internet, only to test my cockpit building ) ?

thanks for your reply.

InshiBayA


Actually up to 4 computers, in the same environment / room / datacenter, if I'm not wrong
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Jose Monteiro
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Registered: May 2009
Posts: 5140
As you bought a new DVD, you have the bonus right to use up to 4 copies simulatenously within one cockpit mockup.

If you would have bought an unwrapped, second-hand DVD, you wouldn't have this bonus right and you would be allowed to use just 1 copy at a time.

See license text on the DVD box.


Thank you!

|-|ardy
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Registered: May 2015
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thanks a lot for your quick replies and to agree to install another copy of your product... it's so helpful for me !

And... yes... I did not read the right part of the DVD... sorry :roll:
Moderator
Registered: May 2009
Posts: 2449
Location: KTMB
So you did read the left part? :mrgreen:
Member
Registered: May 2009
Posts: 414
Location: Mumbai, India
Now now, Hoppie ... after reading the the left part, the right part was the only one left.

Am I right?
Moderator
Registered: May 2009
Posts: 5140
No, Shiv, there's also a middle part :-)




(System requirements in the middle. Features to the left, EULA to the right, that's right. Right so.)
Moderator
Registered: May 2009
Posts: 2449
Location: KTMB
Remember that the EULA is copyright, not copyleft.
Member
Registered: Feb 2015
Posts: 23
Location: Stockholm
/facepalm
Gents, go grab a beer instead. :)
Member
Registered: May 2015
Posts: 14
and don't forget the bottom lines, which is central,left and right :mrgreen:
Now we can take a beer

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