Have you considered a more flexible license scheme? For instance, the omnigroup licenses support licensing either the user or the machine, but not both simultaneously.
store.omnigroup.com/cgi-bin/WebO … =licensing
The Microsoft Office licenses explicitly allow non-simultaneous use on a single desktop and single portable system by the same person.
This applies to our software too (as it’s a single user license). The description of the license is not accurate, we’ll correct this.
the MS office-license is a pretty example of a lousy license, as microsoft interpret the whole office as ONE application (like macromedia did it with the old MM studio MX).
consequence: can’t work on my desktop with word and on my laptop with entourage.
thanks god for firewalls…