Uncounted license VS. Concurrent license

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Problem:

What is the difference between an uncounted license and a concurrent license?

Resolution:

An uncounted license is a license that runs on a single machine. No lmgrd process is needed for an uncounted license. Permission to run is based solely on the existence of the required feature in the license file.

A concurrent, or counted license, is a network license for a specified number of seats. It requires that a lmgrd process is running. The number of seats specified in the license file is the number of concurrent users that can use the product.

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