Depending on the distribution kit type, a license is provided to the user in the form of a hardware key or a PIN for obtaining an electronic software license.
When you obtain a software license, it is issued to a computer with specific parameters, such as the name, the version, the OS serial number and installation date, the motherboard name, and the number of processors.
If any of these parameters change, you might need to obtain a new software license PIN.
For details on protection from unauthorized use of 1C:Enterprise 8 and a full list of key parameters, see 1C:Enterprise Administrator Guide, "Chapter 9. Protection from unauthorized access: features and setup". For details on obtaining software licenses, see 1С:Enterprise Software License Acquisition Guide.Next page: Linux installation specifics