04-02-2013 06:42 AM
Have been using ACT! for years atother companies and now want to use it in my own small company.
Have used the download 30 day trial and found it still as simple as ever but here comes the rub
We have a small LAN where the server holds the ACT! database.
I use it for the marketing, sales amnd management side of the business. I therefore set tasks for my bookkeeper/accountant -1 person and my thermographer 1 person.
They both need to log onto the network to obtiain thier tasks. At present they lokk on and use shared folders etc to pick up their stuff.
Does this now mean that I need 3 licences to allow this or a 1 user licence
04-02-2013 06:52 AM
The easiest way to understand ACT licensing is that every person needs a license. It is not a shared or concurrent license model. Each physical person that uses the system needs a license.
A license allows you to add that person as a user of the database so that each person can log in individually