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Pretty sure it works just like the site license: FMI expects you to give them a document provided by HR that specifies the headcount at that point in time. You pay for that number of licenses. Whether you consume those with employees or non-employees becomes moot, except if there is an interpretation of the EULA that would make that dangerous to do.
Hey all, forgive a semi-repeated topic.... however after a few days of scratching my head and nearly my own eyes out, I really need to put this out to this forum..
So I have been using Scriptmaster for a while and wanted to roll in the old but great command.. So I span up the trusty Scriptmaster file as base template and after adjusting the date and time in various ways and getting the magic '1' I sat and waited, and re-tried and waited... No matter what I try I can not seem to even get the demo script to run.
I have tried with both time related questions at opening of file (I'm in UK so we use d/m/yyyy), also tried extension in both old and new locations...
Mac OS 10.11.4, FMP v.14.x using SM4.4.2
Any insights would be greatly appreciated as we are looking to grab more 'paid' for 360 works products as part of a very interesting project we are looking at.
The FMS EULA is riddled with ambiguities. You may be assured by your fmi rep but if it's not on paper and if it went to court a judge would just kick it out. They only deal in paper!
Employers can provide zero hours contracts too! And there's nothing illegal in that in the UK. Maybe different in NL.
Additionally, how would FMI know a non-employee has access?
I would be very happy for FMI to stake their reputation on the license key and then we would all know where we stand.
Yes, you are right in what is (not) in the EULA.
But I had a long discussion about this with a FMI sales rep here and he assured me that all users must work for the same company. Perhaps he was not briefed properly by FMI? Or FMI really has not thought this over themselves?