I recently corresponded with Alison Butterill, Program Director, Product
Management, IBM i, IBM Power on this subject and this was her response to
me:

It is the ordering that is confusing, not the intent of the entitlement.

The intent in both cases is the same - allow one authorized user to use
the RDi entitlement to accomplish their development goals. One programmer
can use this same entitlement on multiple workstations (PCs, Mac, whatever)
against whatever number of servers.

Summary is that one entitlement = one programmer.


So apparently you can apply the license key to any number of installations
that are only for your own (1 programmer) use.

On Tue, Aug 24, 2021 at 9:24 AM (WalzCraft) Jerry Forss <
JForss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I am getting a new laptop but still using old one until everything works.

I downloaded the newest RDi and want to get the lic key transferred.
I will be using only 1 laptop at a time.



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