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From: "Jeff Clenard" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] TMG v5.x in a Network, was V. 5: side-by-side people?
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 18:50:37 -0500
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Frode Langset wrote (from Norway):
> Ref: Mikey, 25 Sep 2002 18:13, "Re: [TMG] TMG v5.x in a Network, wa":
> > I don't think that is true with TMG 5. I seem to remember
> > Bob saying that you could in fact use it on several
> > computers at the same time. That is a big issue with me so I
> > believe that only one license is needed to network TMG 5.
> > >In a message dated 9/25/2002 2:21:25 PM Central Standard
> > >Time, [Jeff Clenard] writes:
> > >
> > > > Keep in mind, there are license issues involved here as
> > > > well. If you are working with multiple copies of TMG
> > > > *concurrently* in a networked environment, *each* copy
> > > > of TMG needs to be licensed (read purchased) separately.
> When I installed TMG5 I had to agree to the following terms
> (from the license agreement):
> "The Master Genealogist - you may use this product on a
> single computer. For your convenience, you may install
> this licensed copy of the product on no more than three (3)
> computers (e.g., home, office, laptop) for your exclusive
> use or that of your immediate family members, provided that
> no two of those computers shall ever operate the software
> at the same time."
> But that was my copy of course.
Thanks Frode, the same terms are included in the U.S. license agreement. I
thought it important to remind the list about this paragraph in the license
agreement. Questions about its interpretation should probably be directed to
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