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Question about Licensing - Macromedia Flash Flashcom

Hello, sorry if this might be answered anywhere else before but I did not find any hints. My Question is about if it is possible to "merge" two Flaschcom Lizenses together into one Licensefile. Background is : I own one Personal Flashcom Server License and want to extend the number of connections to 100. Can this be done by buying another Personal License ? Can I add the new License to the existing server Lizense to extend it to resulting in 100 Connections with 2 Mbyte ? Sounds maybe a bit stupid, but thats what I like to do because ...

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    Hello,

    sorry if this might be answered anywhere else before but I did not find any
    hints. My Question is about if it is possible to "merge" two Flaschcom Lizenses
    together into one Licensefile. Background is : I own one Personal Flashcom
    Server License and want to extend the number of connections to 100. Can this be
    done by buying another Personal License ? Can I add the new License to the
    existing server Lizense to extend it to resulting in 100 Connections with 2
    Mbyte ? Sounds maybe a bit stupid, but thats what I like to do because this
    would satisfy my needs better than a Pro Server Lic.

    Thanks in advantage for not bothering me to much for a maybe stupid question.

    Regards Mibtwo

    MIBtwo Guest

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    MIBtwo wrote:
    > Hello,
    >
    > sorry if this might be answered anywhere else before but I did not find any
    > hints. My Question is about if it is possible to "merge" two Flaschcom Lizenses
    > together into one Licensefile. Background is : I own one Personal Flashcom
    > Server License and want to extend the number of connections to 100. Can this be
    > done by buying another Personal License ? Can I add the new License to the
    > existing server Lizense to extend it to resulting in 100 Connections with 2
    > Mbyte ? Sounds maybe a bit stupid, but thats what I like to do because this
    > would satisfy my needs better than a Pro Server Lic.
    >
    > Thanks in advantage for not bothering me to much for a maybe stupid question.
    >
    > Regards Mibtwo
    >
    Yes you can stack licenses, if they are the same level of license,
    meaning you cant stack personal and professional together. But you can
    stack personal on personal, or pro on pro.

    here's a link explaining more:
    [url]http://www.macromedia.com/software/flashcom/productinfo/pricing/[/url]

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    Hello BackBayChef ,

    exactly this information I was looking for !!!

    Thy a lot !

    Regards MIBtwo
    MIBtwo Guest

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