Can my next door neighbour have my 3rd license?

  Halmer 21:07 14 May 2006
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When I loaded Microsoft Office 2003 onto 2 PCs in my home I remember reading somewhere that I could load it onto 3Pcs under the licence terms.

Do they all have to be in the same house???

  Totally-braindead 21:32 14 May 2006

Normally a licence is just for one PC.

  mammak 22:01 14 May 2006

MS licening is a very complex issue but I would go on this occasion with Totally-braindead one licence one pc.
Ps. I could very well be wrong but I wouldnt have thought your neighbor could share your licence.

  Stuartli 22:13 14 May 2006

You may be thinking of:

click here

  Taff™ 22:18 14 May 2006

The Student & Teacher license is for three PC`s. click here But they have to be members of your household.

  GroupFC 22:27 14 May 2006

I thought for Office it was 2 licences: for example 1 PC & 1 Laptop - just shows how confusing licencing is!

  wee eddie 22:39 14 May 2006

Not: 2 PCs - 2 Users

In other words: If you own it, you may install it on your PC and your Laptop.

There-by there is only 1 user.

  Halmer 07:22 15 May 2006

how would Microsoft know if my neighbours are members of my household or not?

  Taff™ 09:56 15 May 2006

You do want to sleep at night don`t you? Enough said I think!

  Halmer 19:40 15 May 2006

I don't sleep anyway so thanks!

  wee eddie 20:18 15 May 2006

when you try to download any updates.

Last User in will claim it as his and Users 1 and 2, will then be left at the mercy of anything that the fixes are designed to protect them from

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