Vmware Workstation Player License Agreement

VMware hereafter grants you a non-exclusive and non-transferable license without sublicensing rights, i) to have installed or installed a copy of the software either on a single computer or on a single virtual machine; and (ii) to use the software only to migrate the content of the hard drive of physical computers, VMware virtual machines and third-party disk images supported on the contents of the virtual machine hard drive intended to work with VMware virtualization software. Regardless of the above, you can install the software on an additional computer or on a virtual machine on which the Windows NT 4.0 operating system is installed if you migrate the contents of the disk containing the Windows NT 4.0 operating system. Do I need to re-download VMware Workstation when I convert my trial license to a full license? Can I convert my trial license to a permanent license? Although Workstation Pro and Player are not run on macOS, the licenses are compatible with VMware Fusion Pro and Fusion Player for Mac. With VMware, you can use your Personal Workstation Pro or Player license to run virtual machines, containers and cube clusters on up to 3 devices you personally own, including Apple devices. To facilitate this task, a Workstation 16 Pro license can be used to license VMware Fusion 12 Pro, and a Workstation 16 Player license can be used to license VMware Fusion 12 Player as one of 3 titled devices. Business accounts must acquire 1 commercial license for each device. Customers who purchased VMware Workstation 15 Pro or Player from August 15, 2020 will be covered by VMware Workstation`s technology guarantee program and will be eligible for a free electronic upgrade to VMware Workstation 16 Pro or player, if they are generally available: 3.3 Restrictions. (i) you cannot sell, lease, license, sublicensing, distribute or transfer all or part of the software software or software license key to another party; (ii) without VMware`s prior written consent to third parties (except for designated administrative access), to provide, disclose, disclose or authorize the use of the software, in whole or in part; (iii) modify or create derivative works based on software; or (iv) to create, develop, license, install or provide third-party software or services to circumvent, activate, modify or provide access, authorizations or rights that violate the Software`s technical limitations, the additional licensing conditions provided by VMware on product documentation, notification and/or changes to the directive published on www.vmware.com, and the terms of this JOURNAL.

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