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It looks like Intuit want it both ways. You are allowed a maximun of 5 concurrent users, but you must purchase for the number of users that may use Quickbooks. You right, I don't read the EULA, as it ussually contains a dozen pages of legalize, and requires you to hand over your first born. With Terminal and Cloud Services, these agreements are unworkable, and companies need to move to concurrency (you license for the maximun number of users that will ever be using the software at one time). Most of us are not worried about the software police, and you can place me in this group that can sleep easily at night, when we purchase software based on concurrency, and ignore the fine print in the EULA. Scott, I think you are in the small minority on this one.
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