g6mrfixit wrote: ↑
Wed Sep 23, 2020 11:53 am
That doesn't really answer my question. I have one computer with multiple user profiles on that one computer. Are the licenses per computer or per user profile?
S3D is dancing around your question because technically, the license agreement is written such that *you* are the authorized user of the software, regardless of who is logged in.
From a functionality perspective, if you install the software for "All Users" on the system it should work for any given user profile, but if someone else in your household uses the software you would potentially be in legal breach of the license agreement.
That said, it is does seem like it would be in poor taste for S3D to go after personal-use licensees living in a shared household over stuff like this. Other than it being very impractical, it would be horrendous PR.
What S3D is trying to prevent, and I think is reasonable, is business and commercial users installing the software on a shared system for a bunch of other employees to use.