(c) Designated user. Once you have authorized the „Named User“ version of the software, you can install the software on up to five (5) compatible PCs or workstations, of which you are the primary user, so that you can switch from one computer to another if necessary, provided that only one (1) instance of the software is used by you as a designated user at any given time. All licenses for designated users must be used in conjunction with altova LicenseServer, as described in sections 1 (e) and 1 (f). Your Altova product has an integrated licensing module that allows you to avoid accidental breaches of the end user license agreement. Your product is licensed as a single or multi-user user installation, and the licensing module ensures that the number of licenses users use the app at the same time. The duration of this issuance depends on the number of years you buy. The validity of the license is delineated in your purchase documents. If you use a firewall, you may notice the communication at port 2799 between the computers on which Altova products are run. Of course, you are free to block this traffic between different groups within your organization, as long as you are able to ensure that your license agreement will not be violated by other means. Your Altova app contacts the Altova license server (link.altova.com) via HTTPS. For this communication, Altova uses a registered SSL certificate.

If this certificate is replaced (for example. B through your IT department or an external agency), your Altova application will alert you to dangerous connections. You can use the replacement certificate to launch your Altova app, but you would do so at your own risk. If an alert message for unsecured connections is displayed, check the origin of the certificate and contact your IT team (who may decide whether or not to continue intercepting and replacing the Altova certificate). Businesses can purchase a unique key code with multiple named user licenses. This will prevent you from having a separate key code for each designated user. In the LicenseServer, the administrator assigns the designated user a license based on the user`s UPN (user`s policyname), i.e. the user`s network identifier. This is especially true for users who work in a virtual environment (see below).