Hey, it's not legal. Realistically, it's not legal.
Yes, it might work. But, if you were to get audited by a licensing
lawyer, you'd be paying fines up the butt. Being legal with these issues
(especially with a business) is just another part of being a computer
user. No one is forcing you to give up your XP installations.
And it doesn't take much time at all to make sure you are legit. You get
a lot more extra's: support, updates, better software downloads.
Dustin Harper email@example.com http://www.vistarip.com
Stephan Rose wrote:
> On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 13:58:07 -0800, Dustin Harper
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> LEGALLY, it's one license per computer. Whether or not you follow that
>> and don't get audited is your deal.
> REALISTICALLY, who has the time to actually worry about it?
> I work for 2 companies and have several personal projects. I do not
> have time to worry about what licenses run on what machines...
> Large companies may have time to waste towards such things, I
> personally don't.
> And when I own more licenses than I have computers...
> I mean I understand MS trying to go against piracy. That is all fine
> and good. But when it comes at a cost of making the legitimate users
> life a royal pain...it's gone too far.
> And if it goes to the point where it becomes unfeasible to use except
> for people that just buy a pre-installed dell and never touch their
> system...it will be time to consider alternatives.
> 2003 Yamaha R6
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