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Licensing Options

RIT uses a software license manager from Flexera. Flexera is the leading manufacturer of license managers in the world, with over 50 million customers. Flexera’s licensing is used by companies that include Microsoft, Adobe, Cisco, Symantec, MathWorks, and many others.

Customers can easily manager licenses by logging onto the FlexNet License User Portal.

Licensing Options

RIT offers two license models:

Floating Licenses:

Floating Licenses

A floating license (the default) provides the most flexibility to users, as it may be used on many machines. The RIT software is installed wherever the user needs it, and the floating licenses are automatically checked in and out of the cloud-based license server when the RIT software is opened and closed.

As a benefit, floating licenses allow the use of RIT software on any number of machines, limited only by the number of licenses the user has purchased. For example, if the user has installed the software on 3 machines and has purchased 2 licenses, the user may run up to 2 concurrent instances of the RIT software on any of the 3 machines. The only limitation is that each machine must have an internet connection so that the licenses may be checked in and out of the cloud.

  • NOTE: Without an internet connection, floating licenses cannot be utilized. If running a machine that does not have a constant internet connection, RIT recommends a node-locked license.

Node-Locked Licenses:

Node-Locked Licenses

A node-locked license is tied to a specific machine. During the initial licensing process for the node-locked license, the software contacts the cloud license server to obtain the license for the particular machine. It then writes the license into a ‘trusted storage area’ on the user’s computer.

After this is complete, an internet connection is no longer needed for licensing.

  • NOTE: Please contact RIT Technical Support to run the software on a computer that cannot be connected to the internet, even for initial licensing.