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Adobe Technical Communication Suite 2019 (Windows,EN)

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Hello Everyone,

My apologies if this is not the correct forum for this question.  Can someone direct me to the explanation of Virtual Operating Systems and the Licenseing agreement for this product: Adobe Technical Communication Suite 2019 (Windows,EN).    Scenario:  I have VmWare Workstation or VBOX as opetions to run my Windows VM Image.  What I am trying to do is install this product onto a VM so I can move my Adobe product around from my laptop to my desktop and so on, and not worry about violating licenses.  I paid for this product and I dont want to violate licensing agreements.  So, in theory, I have the ability to install the WIndows version I bought, onto a Windows 10 VM, and then move the VM around to different machines in my home. Thereby eliminating a dobule installation, that is a primary and secondary copy on two different machines.  I can just move my Vm from machine to machine instead.

Thank you for your patience.

 

Sincerely

 

BigIron

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Adobe Technical Communication Suite 2019 (Windows,EN)

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Hello Everyone,

My apologies if this is not the correct forum for this question.  Can someone direct me to the explanation of Virtual Operating Systems and the Licenseing agreement for this product: Adobe Technical Communication Suite 2019 (Windows,EN).    Scenario:  I have VmWare Workstation or VBOX as opetions to run my Windows VM Image.  What I am trying to do is install this product onto a VM so I can move my Adobe product around from my laptop to my desktop and so on, and not worry about violating licenses.  I paid for this product and I dont want to violate licensing agreements.  So, in theory, I have the ability to install the WIndows version I bought, onto a Windows 10 VM, and then move the VM around to different machines in my home. Thereby eliminating a dobule installation, that is a primary and secondary copy on two different machines.  I can just move my Vm from machine to machine instead.

Thank you for your patience.

 

Sincerely

 

BigIron

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