iSeries Access is licensed at the system level, so if it lets you in you are
good.
WDSC and RDi are licensed at the Client level ( Your PC ). So If
you purchased them, you hold the license. I can't say how Code/400 is
handled.

On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 1:47 PM, Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I have various flavors of:
Client Access
Code/400
WDSC
RDi
all acquired on various projects.

In following discussions here about licensing, etc., it occurs to me
that probably there are some restrictions about using these products on
machines other than for which the software was sent to me.

In other words, If I have a legal copy of RDi, can I legally use it on
any i, anywhere?

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