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Alibre Licencing Options

Most Common Licence Types

Lifetime - Regular Licence

 

Put the software on as many computers as you want – but only one can be active at a time per licence. To switch between computers, you will release the licence on the first computer and then licence the next computer.

  • Ideal for when each software seat is mostly used by one person

  • Ideal for when you don’t need to switch computers repeatedly

  • Internet access is required to licence and un-licence machines, and about once a month in general

Secure-Site Licencing

Lifetime - Offline Licence

 

Please contact us for purchase. Offline Licences require an active maintenance plan and a Professional or Expert license.

Offline licences are used when companies or individuals have security requirements that prevent Internet access. Ideal for small to medium sized teams.

  • Ideal in high-security deployments

  • Ideal when the software doesn’t need to move to different computers often

  • Internet access on the machine is never required

  • Some licence related information must be transferred from each computer to Alibre and from Alibre to each computer during initial licencing, and yearly thereafter, for example via USB

Lifetime - Network Licence

 

Please contact us for purchase. For companies that have strict security requirements and fluid usage requirements. 

Local Network licencing provides the flexibility of Concurrent licencing with the security of Offline licencing. Deploy your own licencing server on your network with a pool of licences. When someone starts the software, a licence will automatically be taken from the available pool.

  • Ideal in high-security deployments

  • Ideal when you have an IT team to deploy the licencing server

  • Ideal when computers on the network don’t have Internet access

  • Ideal when each seat of software may be used by several people on different computers

  • During installation of the licencing server, information must be passed from the server to Alibre, and from Alibre to the server, for example via USB transfer. This process must occur yearly and every time the licence requirements change – for example when you add another seat.

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