I would like to purchase a license of Intel Parallel Studio XE Composer Edition for Fortran Windows, but I have an inquiry about the license file/key.
I do my academic research at home (Desktop A) and in my university lab (Desktop B) a lot. So is it possible to install the software using the same license file or key in both Desktops A and B, but while I am using the software in Desktop A, the software is not allowed to use in Desktop B, similar to license dongles.
Thank you so much for the information. As stated in the End User License Agreement, we can install the compiler in 3 different computers and we can only use one at a time, right? However, is named-user academic considered as one of the named-user license?
Correct, up to 3 different systems. It is just referred to as "Named User", and yes, this includes the Named User purchased under the Academic offering.