Pro & Enterprise Edition Software Licensing Explained
This license is limited to a specific computer per session, for a particular physical location.A session is defined as commencing when the first computer in the network accesses the business database and ending when the last computer connected to the business database disconnects. When no CAPITAL applications are running on the network, the session is ended. Running any CAPITAL application is equivalent to connecting to the business database.A computer uses one license even if it subsequently disconnects from the business database, for as long as the session is running. The same computer may reconnect to the database at any time, however, and does not consume further licenses when doing so.The number of CAPITAL applications that an individual user may start on his PC or connection does not consume additional licenses.The number of business databases a user may connect to does not consume additional licenses. The session is considered as still running even when two users are connected to different business (company) databases.As this type of license is limited to a particular physical location, you may not access CAPITAL from another physical location across a wide area network (WAN) or across the internet, if that additional physical site's primary purpose is that of a business address. A separate licensed copy of CAPITAL is required for each separate physical business address.
Corporation Edition Software Licensing Explained
A license is consumed when a user connects to the application's business database. Running any CAPITAL application is equivalent to connecting to the business database. A license is returned to the license pool when the user disconnects from the business database. This occurs when a user is no longer operating any CAPITAL applications.Multiple users may connect during the day or night, so long as the total number of users connected simultaneously does not exceed the total license limit.A single license is used per individual user or computer connection. The number of CAPITAL applications that an individual user may start does not consume additional licenses.Users may connect to the business database either locally or across a wide area network (WAN). The applicability of a license is not affected by the physical location of the user.