I had installed Dorico from the boxed disk(s?) onto my laptop. But now I would like to run it on my desk top also. I am aware of the fact that I (at this time ) do need to transfer the software license to the e-licenser dongle and will need to connect this device to each machine to run the program in the future.
Could you detail the proper steps/procedures to avoid any missteps in the process? And any things to look out for (as in NOT TO DO!)
Also, I understand that the current policy for the need for the licensing software/hardware is something from above and is perhaps a company wide strategy, is there a way to allow the need for the use of the dongle just on start up of the program? There is a worry that many have of damage to/loss of this device when used on a laptop, such as the whole practical need for a laptop is to move it from place to place. Secondly, in case of the disastrous fail/loss of the e-licenser, is there anyway one could have a second dongle purchased and with customer support involved allow for a copy of the particular license be re-downloaded, or is the customer required to repurchase the program?
I am sorry to bring up these unpleasant issues but surely making the program/software secure BUT workable for the end users is good for all.