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itengineer_09
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Tutor 3 and A license

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I went to a college the other day just to do some helping out, they USED to run RM but they dont anymore it's mainly Novell and Windows 7 now.

Anyway so we went to to some clearing in the spares cupboard and we chucked out a few old machines.

I came across a disk marked "RMT2 - Master LIC". I installed it on one of the old workstations to find out that it's RM Tutor 3 with some sort of master license attached to it, anyway I let the boss know what I found and he said there was 2 options for that media that I had come upon.

1. BIN
2. Keep it.

If I kept this even though the license has now gone (software still installs and works perfect) could I use this legally considering I have authorization to use it ??

This would be handy to use in my Internet Cafe but not sure it would be legal - does anyone know if it would be or how much a license would be ?
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Your best bet is ask RM

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itengineer_09
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asked RM they wernt pleased lol they say it CANNOT be used outside the school and can ONLY be used on an RM Network.


owell lol NetSUpport it is then...
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Re: Tutor 3 and A license

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Whoopsy. Kinda used it at home for a while, before using Netsupport :lol:

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You are officially braking the law when you use that software at home.
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Anon

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Post by Anon »

Sorry to bump a topic, but dosent RM Tutor have a mult-licence meaning that it can be used on several computer???

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Post by ecpasar000 »

Asked the RM, the network which can be used in the school, not authorized elsewhere.

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