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Microsoft Licensing Question Visual Studio 2010

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My company recently purchased Visual Studio 2010 professional.  The disc says "Not for use or distribution outside of North America or Latin America."  I assume this refers only to the development software, not to any deployment projected developed and sold for use in other countries.  

Thanks for any help you can offer.
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Please look here:

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Visual-Studio-2010-Licensing-Explained-190112.shtml >

and download and consult the White Paper (it mentions).  It's the reading stuff for the company lawyers.
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Your impression is correct.. That particular media can only be sold in the Americas.  There are no not-for-export restrictions on the completed project. And you OWN the copyright on the completed project.. The license also is per user for the Visual Studio Product.
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