Question about licensing Studio 2011&2014
Thread poster: Akke Wagenaar

Akke Wagenaar  Identity Verified
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May 19, 2014

Hello,

I have installed SDL Trados Studio 2014 on one computer and to be more secured, I installed Studio 2011 on a second computer in case the first computer would crash/die.

So I deactivated the 2011 License key on my first computer, because in my online SDL account there are 2 different license keys for 2011 and 2014.

But when I opened Studio 2014 today, I had to reactivate it.
So apparently 2011 and 2014 are linked as one license although I have two different licenses for them?

If this is so, can I then install Studio 2009 on my second computer? For that, I also have a separate license key,

I paid in 2011 for Studio 2009 with a free upgrade to 2011 (about 500 EUR via proz.com)
I then paid 125 EUR for an upgrade to Studio 2014.

Does this mean that I can have only one instance of 2009/2011/2014 running on the totality of my computers?

Thanks for any answers.


 


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