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I want to ask about Delphi 2009 enterprise license. I want to buy it now, and after a while I'll change my laptop. Can I copy this license for the new laptop?
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If you buy a single license for yourself, its up to you where you install it. You can have it on as many of your own PCs as you want as long as they are all for your use only.
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by:Motaz
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I wanted to be sure that it is not like Turbo Delphi 2006. It requires internet-registration to activate the product.
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by:mikelittlewood
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Even if you need internet registration, it shouldnt matter. As long as the product is yours, and if you need to get something from the internet to get it running, you are allowed to access what you need.
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by:Motaz
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Tell me it is different that Turbo Delphi 2006 professional license, because when I bought license of it, I can't add component, run Intraweb or see Indy page before registering via internet
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That might be true, I dont use Turbo Delphi myself, but the version of Delphi I use requires registration via the internet. This does not stop me registering the same product on more than one PC though.
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by:Motaz
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In Delphi 6 they didn't require internet registration to activate the product or part of it, so that I want to know specifically Delphi 2009 Enterprise edition
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Enterprise license doesn't have these restrictions.
You can install/run any component.
At least I can in my version

A License is based on a person buying this product
This person can use the product any time any where on anything
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