concurrent license

concurrent license
   A software license that allows more than one person at a company to share an application over a network, providing that, at any given time, only one person is using it.
   Different versions of concurrent licensing allow a fixed number of people in an office to share one copy of an application and allow the application to be used on both desktop and portable PCs, rather than run only from the file server.
   See also application metering.

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