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License criteria



as DDMI is now part of UCMDB, I would like to know what is the criteria to distinguish between the DDMI part and the UCMDB part from a license point of view. How does UCMDB count, to be able to report the correct License status. So if there is a customer, which migrated from DDMI to Universal Discovery Inventory, which Jobs is he allowed to use and which CI's is he allowed to discover and is discovery of virtual environments like VMWare also allowed (because this was part of DDMI also), or from which point is a full UCMDB License needed. And does it matter, if management zones are used or not, or is even the IP Type relevant for counting of Licenses?


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Re: License criteria



Please see attached UCMDB Licence guide that contains some answers to your questions, please let me know if you have any further questions.


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