The primary user of the Computer on which the Software is installed may install a second copy of the Software for his or her exclusive use on either a portable Computer or a Computer located at his or her home, provided that the Software on the portable or home Computer is not used at the same time as the Software on the primary Computer. The Second copy of the Software must be used solely for the benefit and business of that volume licensee.
NIH users are provided with the option to make and use a second copy of FileMaker Pro or FileMaker Pro Advanced for home or portable use.
- IBM SPSS
An Authorized User is a unique person who is given access to the Program. The Program may be installed on any number of computers or servers and each Authorized User may have simultaneous access to any number of instances of the Program at one time. Licensee must obtain separate, dedicated entitlements for each Authorized User accessing the Program in any manner directly or indirectly. For example: via a multiplexing program, device, or application server through any means. An entitlement for an Authorized User is unique to that Authorized User and may not be shared, nor may it be reassigned other than for the permanent transfer of the Authorized User entitlement to another person.
Secondary use is allowed for Standard Licenses. However, only one MacVector license may be run on one local network at a time. Personal MacVector licenses can only be downloaded and used on one machine.
A single user/single machine license allows for one office machine. If this single user license has active Premier Service, a complimentary Home Use license is allowed for a second machine. That second machine can be a lab laptop, travel laptop, or a home machine. These licenses cannot be used concurrently.
No Secondary Use. Home use is not included as a part of a product purchase, but it is available for purchase as a separate license.
- Microsoft Home
The Microsoft Home Use Program is no longer available.
Named user licenses allow for secondary use, but secondary use is primarily dependent on the product.
DHHS may make one additional copy of the PC Software (as defined below) for home use by any then-current DHHS employee who also uses the PC Software at work ("Home Use") and such Home Use copies shall not count toward the total users or workstations allowed pursuant to this Agreement, provided: (i) each Home Use copy is installed on a personal computer or laptop located in the United States and owned by such DHHS employee; (ii) Home Use is limited to use for DHHS' purposes by an employee who also uses the PC Software at work; (iii) the operating system of the hardware on which each Home Use copy is installed mirrors the operating system of DHHS' hardware on which the PC Software is installed; and (iv) the total number of Home Use copies does not exceed the Category A Cap or Category B Cap, as applicable, allowed hereunder with respect to such PC Software. For purposes of this Subsection, "PC Software" means any Standard Product Suite Software licensed for use on personal computers or workstations by DHHS hereunder.
The following additional terms shall apply to Home Use copies of PC Software.
- The identical copyright notice and any other proprietary rights notice found on the original PC Software media must be maintained on all Home Use copies.
- DHHS will maintain records of the names of all employees using the PC Software for Home Use and will provide EIS and/or SAS with a copy of such records upon request.
- DHHS will inform all DHHS employees authorized to use the PC
Software for Home Use of the relevant terms of this Agreement, as modified herein, and any related user documentation, and will be responsible for their adherence to such terms.
DHHS contractors and any other party who is not an employee of DHHS may not use PC Software for Home Use.
The user is allowed to install SUDAAN on his or desktop and his or laptop to be counted as one user. These copies must be installed on the same OS/platform.
Users can apply a single license to two machines belonging to the same user for work use only. No Home use is available.
Certain ISDP software agreements provide additional rights of use. Additional rights of use can be defined in two categories:
- Home Use
- Provides the right to purchase and install software on personally owned computers. A "home computer" refers to a computer that was purchased, leased, rented, loaned or other furnished by a party other than the government.
- Secondary Use
- Provides the right to install a second copy of software obtained through ISDP on a secondary government purchased computer, for your exclusive use.