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I just recieved my eOpen License and media for Office Pro 2k3, I have installed it on a couple of work stations so far and have not had to activate it. I have a license for 35. Will it let me know when I have reached my 35 station limit?
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No it will not warn you when you reach the 35 computers. You can continue to use it but make sure to buy extra licences when you continue above the 35.
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