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Can the 777 be used on multiple PCs?

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I just wondered if the 777 could be used on multiple PCs as my old system is going to be left at my parents home and my new system at my apartment but I'd like to have the 777 on both as I come home from college some weekends and its a good time to get some flying in.

I tried to search for this and the manual doesn't say if it can be activated on two PCs or not.

Thanks David.

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I tried to search for this and the manual doesn't say if it can be activated on two PCs or not.

 

Thought it was in there somewhere, but you're allowed 2 PCs for personal use only from what I remember.

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You can also deactivate licence on 1 pc and install on another one. So PMDG is sure, only 1 person is using this licence.

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Thought it was in there somewhere, but you're allowed 2 PCs for personal use only from what I remember.

Ok thanks since it'll only be installed on two PC's I guess I'm good to go.

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 Here's a quote from the EULA (I won't attempt to interpret it and I have not more closely looked at the rest of the EULA.)

You should be able to find it in a readme in your PMDG 777X install directory.

 

03SEP13:  RTM 1.00.5376 - RTM Version

 

PMDG SIMULATIONS, LLC.
END-USER SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
1.GRANT OF NON-EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED LICENSE...
a) One user may use the Software on the Customer's computer where the software was installed; you may use the Software on a second computer so long as only one copy is used at a time and only after having secured a second license permission from PMDG.  You may use the Software on a network ONLY IF each individual accessing the Software through the network has a copy licensed to that individual and installed on the machine from which they are accessing the network; and you may copy the Software for archival purposes, provided the copy contains all of the original Software's proprietary notices.

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 Here's a quote from the EULA (I won't attempt to interpret it and I have not more closely looked at the rest of the EULA.)

You should be able to find it in a readme in your PMDG 777X install directory.

 

03SEP13:  RTM 1.00.5376 - RTM Version

 

PMDG SIMULATIONS, LLC.

END-USER SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT

1.GRANT OF NON-EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED LICENSE...

a) One user may use the Software on the Customer's computer where the software was installed; you may use the Software on a second computer so long as only one copy is used at a time and only after having secured a second license permission from PMDG.  You may use the Software on a network ONLY IF each individual accessing the Software through the network has a copy licensed to that individual and installed on the machine from which they are accessing the network; and you may copy the Software for archival purposes, provided the copy contains all of the original Software's proprietary notices.

Well I wont be flying the plane at the same time on both PC's since they are about 150 miles apart so I guess I'm good?

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only after having secured a second license permission from PMDG

 

 

If you have a second licence from pmdg it should be OK. On the other hand... if you just do that and only YOU are using the product thinking realistically... it shouldn't bother pmdg at all.

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Why not ask PMDG about this - it is after all PMDG's forum?

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