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B6955BA - license version 5.5 - 6.11

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Is it legal to use license "OV Date Protector On-line ext. UNIX LTU - B6955BA" ver. 5.5,
to a version 6.11 of the Cell Manager licenses "HP Data Prot Start Pk Win eMedia / eLTU - B6961AAE"?


What about HP's licensing policy?
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Hi,
The license works in all vercions of DP.
The important is the IP that was sold.

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Hi,
The license works in all vercions of DP.
The important is the IP that was sold.

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To change CM IP address, we can use website:
https://webware.hp.com

But, my support "B6955BA - OV Date Protector On-line ext. UNIX LTU" ver 5.5 is expired.

Can I use this licence to Cell Manager ver. 6.11 ?
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Hi,
The licenses never expire, maybe you had some temporaly licenses, but if you change from 5.5 to 6.0 or 6,11 , you can use the same licenses if you don't change the IP on cell manager, and yes yuo can use webware in order to change licenses.

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Well, you need an active support contract to legally use an existing license with the latest version, don't you?
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