Dynamic Named-User Licensing

Let your License Manager build user lists dynamically Floating licenses are the most versatile of the license types. If floating licenses are available, anyone on the network with the application software product and access to the license server can get a license to run. This is tremendously powerful for software user organizations. But, there are …

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Expanding your Software Licensing Policies

RLM’s Simple API makes executing tactical adjustments to pricing and licensing policies easy In these tough economic times it is critical to have the flexibility to address complex licensing policies quickly and easily. In a previous article RLM’s ‘Policy is in the License’ methodology was discussed, explaining how the RLM license policy is largely removed …

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3 Engineers LLC Licenses the Reprise License Manager (RLM)

Summary: RLM’s attractive prices and the Reprise management team’s experience won over startup 3Engineers. Flexible license policies can match the ones of future CAD/CAM platforms. RLM Customer Story: Xpresso is speech-recognition software for SolidWorks, a 3D solid-modeling CAD package. Xpresso allows designers to simply say commands, eliminating actions that do not add value. Using Xpresso reduces hand …

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Best Practices for the Reprise License Manager (RLM) Integration

Consider your end user and long term support implications when designing your licensing implementation

In this article we attempt to provide a framework for how well-behaved applications use RLM. Adherence to these guidelines will be greatly appreciated by your end-users who will see more consistent implementations across their RLM ISVs. This will also translate into support savings for you, as applications from different RLM ISVs will behave in a more consistent fashion.

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