Licensing question

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by asksteevs, Dec 17, 2010.

  1. asksteevs

    asksteevs Bit Poster

    I am a student and use Parallels Desktop solely to run Autodesk products as they are required in my architecture program. That's all I use Windows for because I hate it. I live my life on the Mac. My question is this:

    I'm acquiring a desktop Mac to use at home, and will be using the laptop only in class. I want to know if I can install Parallels Desktop on both machines under one student license. I am the sole user, and only one installation of the software will be running at one time. Is this legitimate, or do I need another license?
  2. STim

    STim Super Moderator

    Why not? We associate license with user account, not host. Just make sure you register Parallels Desktop to the same account on both machines and do not run PDfM simultaneously on both machines.
    Last edited: Dec 18, 2010

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