OK, so that's what I really wanted. I have users who have to use from home. I have "me" who has to manage from here. I now think you are right - the per computer model is probably a better choice for the 10 users who need to come in from home. Not everyone does here.
And again, just to be sure, this per computer license (as I read it) is permanent. We own it, no annual renewals, no annual fees, We purchase it and that's it. Major upgrades for a year. And then you'll treat us right with reasonable upgrade costs after that year expires. Right?
Oh OK, I get it. The license key isn't embedded in the Viewer - it's on the host. Therefore I can install the Viewer wherever and whenever I need it, right? So my back up op can have the viewer on his screen. Very handy...
Hi - Found Remote Utils. Great looking stuff. I am scrambling around trying to fix what LMI broke with their recent announcement...
I want to purchase the "one operator" license of RU for our small business (<40 workstations). It's enough of a cost savings over GoToMyPC for our size operation to warrant a purchase of something pro level as this appears to be.
Question: I will be the one operator almost 95% of the time. But, I go on vacation for 2 weeks. I need to have someone cover. How does RU want me to handle this? IOW, am I permitted to "transfer" the one operator license to a second party inside our building on his machine and take it off of mine? Or let's say I retire. Same deal. How does the "one operator" system work when the original "one owner" is out?
Edited:Herb Salls - Jan 23, 2014 9:54:06 am EST (typo)