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10-20-2014 11:56 AM
ChrisSanter
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If I need to use a Standard license, and purchase a license pack from ESRI, would I get one license code per application or would it be one code per end user/end workstation? This will determine the strategy of where to store the license code (app.config, some user level store or some workstation level store).

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RexHansen
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Standard licenses purchased from Esri should be distributed\counted per deployment.  For example, an ArcGIS Runtime app installed on a single device (eg PC) used by 5 different people would only count as one deployment. If a different ArcGIS Runtime app was installed on the same device, it would count as another deployment.   Note, you are responsible for monitoring the number of deployments and purchasing the number of licenses to accommodate.

In general, when you purchase a standard license (usually in a pack of deployments) you will be provided with a unique license string (ie code).  You can use the same license string in all deployments.  You do not need a unique license string for each deployment.   

Hope this helps,

-Rex

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RexHansen
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Standard licenses purchased from Esri should be distributed\counted per deployment.  For example, an ArcGIS Runtime app installed on a single device (eg PC) used by 5 different people would only count as one deployment. If a different ArcGIS Runtime app was installed on the same device, it would count as another deployment.   Note, you are responsible for monitoring the number of deployments and purchasing the number of licenses to accommodate.

In general, when you purchase a standard license (usually in a pack of deployments) you will be provided with a unique license string (ie code).  You can use the same license string in all deployments.  You do not need a unique license string for each deployment.   

Hope this helps,

-Rex

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