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License question, presale - Macromedia Dreamweaver

I'm a consultant. Not only do I work at a computer at home as well as on my notebook when I'm traveling, but I also work at client sites on computers provided to me by the client. Am I permitted to install my licensed copy of Dreamweaver (or Studio MX) on any computer that I work at? BTW - I did look for this information on the Macromedia web site, but I could not find anything about this. TIA....

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    Default License question, presale

    I'm a consultant. Not only do I work at a computer at home as well as on my
    notebook when I'm traveling, but I also work at client sites on computers
    provided to me by the client.

    Am I permitted to install my licensed copy of Dreamweaver (or Studio MX) on
    any computer that I work at?


    BTW - I did look for this information on the Macromedia web site, but I
    could not find anything about this.

    TIA.


    Karl Guest

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    Default Re: License question, presale

    I am not anything close to an official answer, so please don't take this as
    such .. but when we have wished to demo at User Group Meetings, etc., MM
    personnel have told us that we can install our copy as long as we remember
    to remove it when the demo is over.

    If you want to be perfectly safe, I would suggest downloading and installing
    a 30 day trial on client machines for purposes of demonstration. It's fully
    functioning and then you don't have a potential conflict on your end.



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    Default Re: License question, presale

    On 09 Aug 2003 in macromedia.dreamweaver, Karl Thompson wrote:
     

    Macromedia's license agreement on most of their software is single-
    spindle - you can't install it on more than one computer at a time.
    Offhand, the only exception I know of is HomeSite, and they acquired the
    software and the license from another company.
     

    http://www.macromedia.com/software/eula/

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