Ernst Smilde wrote:
> You should not get confused between OGS and your license. Unless your
> contract is machine based there should not be a big financial burden
> to get  a key for the new machine. You do not need OGS for that although
you
> might have to push a bit harder.

Ernst,

You obviously haven't dealt with SSA-GT in the last couple of years.  It is
now a requirement to be current on OGS to get a new key -and- being current
means making up for the years not on OGS.

To put it in the plainest language SSA-GT has nothing to lose by taking a
hard line on Software Keys.  Either you dance to their music or you do
without.

Bill



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