Single licence on one device with multiple OS

Started by Mirek


Single licence on one device with multiple OS   11 July 2022, 15:39

In the description of licence types is written:

Single Device Licence grants the purchaser, or agents of the purchaser, rights to install and use the software on one device only (e.g. computer, server, USB flash drive or virtual machine) at any given time.

For me it means that if I have three Windows 10 installations on one desktop I can install RAM Disk on every Windows, because they are on the same device. Am I right? For sure I can't run more than one Windows at the same time.
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Re: Single licence on one device with multiple OS   11 July 2022, 15:53

Yes, that would be fine. In a multi-boot configuration you can use the same single device licence for all systems installed on that machine, because only one of those OS can be used at any given time.
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