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Tinus Riyanto 28.Apr.13 10:34 PM a Web browser
Sametime Entry All Releases All Platforms

I wonder if anyone here can help translate this legal terms into plain english. Does Sametime Entry entitlement comes with its own domino server license in case it need to be installed on a separate machine.

The term of use can be found here []

I have pasted parts which I think are related.

Tinus Riyanto

The following are Supporting Programs licensed with the Program:
IBM Lotus Domino
IBM Websphere Application Server Network Deployment

<some part were omitted>

The Supporting Programs may be used only in conjunction with the
Program(s) subject to the additional restrictions below.

"Ratio n/m" means that Licensee receives some number ('n') entitlements for the Supporting Program for every specified number ('m') entitlements of the Principal Program as a whole. Unless otherwise specified, the number of entitlements for the Supporting Program is rounded up to a multiple of 'n'. For example, if a Program includes 100 PVUs for a Supporting Program for every 500 PVUs obtained of the Principal Program and Licensee acquires 1,200 PVUs of the Program, Licensee may install the Supporting Program and have processor cores available to or managed by it of up to 300 PVUs. Those PVUs would not need to be counted as part of the total PVU requirement for Licensee's installation of the Program on account of the installation of the Supporting Program (although those PVUs might need to be counted for other reasons, such as the processor cores being made available to the Principal Program, as well).

"Use by Principal Program" means that neither Licensee nor any application, program, or device external to the Principal Program is authorized to directly use or access the services of the Supporting Program in any way. The Supporting Program is provided exclusively for use by the Principal Program. Licensee may access the Supporting Program only to perform administrative functions, such as backup, recovery, and authorized configuration but may not directly use the Supporting Program for any productive use.

IBM Lotus Domino:

- Entitlement: Ratio 1/1
- Use Limitations: Use by Principal Program

Program-unique Terms

Licensee may not use the Program's clients to access servers from IBM Sametime Standard, IBM Sametime Advanced, or IBM Sametime Unified Telephony without acquiring a license to those programs for such use.

Notwithstanding any provision in the Agreement, Licensee is not authorized to use any of the following components or functions of the Program:

IBM Sametime browser-based clients
IBM Sametime Mobile clients
IBM Sametime APIs and Toolkits
Third party plugins or applications that leverage IBM Sametime APIs
Multiple communities
Location services
File transfers
Privacy lists
Screen capture tool

Licensee may use the chat logging service provider interface and provided plug-ins for integration with selected Microsoft applications.

Domino Server entitlement for Samet... (Tinus Riyanto 28.Apr.13)
. . RE: Domino Server entitlement for S... (Carl Tyler 29.Apr.13)
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