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March 31, 2019, at 04:56 AM by timg - M&S Updates
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PaperCut is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site.  There is no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers, nor any extra charge for clustered servers.  As a general rule a separate license is required for each physical site, except where noted and approved.
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PaperCut NG is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site basis.  There is no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers, nor any extra charge for clustered servers.  As a general rule a separate license is required for each physical site, except where noted and approved.
January 05, 2015, at 11:50 PM by 71.236.214.84 - clarified user count
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* The organization must ensure that the sum of users across all sites is less than or equal to the licences user count.
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* The organization must ensure that the sum of users across all sites is not greater than the licence user count. The same user in multiple sites counts as one user.
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If the organization is unable to meet these requirements, please contact sales as alternate arrangements are possible such as bulk discounts discounts for multiple sites.
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If the organization is unable to meet these requirements, please contact sales as alternate arrangements are possible such as bulk discounts for multiple sites.
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PaperCut is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site.  There is no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers, nor any extra charge for clustered servers.  As a general rule separate license is required for each physical site, except where noted and approved.
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PaperCut is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site.  There is no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers, nor any extra charge for clustered servers.  As a general rule a separate license is required for each physical site, except where noted and approved.
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The PaperCut sales team are able to issue an '''enterprise wide''' license granting you a single license to be installed across multiple sites within a ''single'' organization. This option is ideal for multi-campus academic institutes, or corporate businesses with multiple offices.  These requests are considered on a case-by-case basis. To qualify the site will need to meet the following requirements:
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The PaperCut sales team are able to issue an '''enterprise wide''' license granting you a single license to be installed across multiple sites/servers/domains within a ''single'' organization. This option is ideal for multi-campus academic institutes, or corporate businesses with multiple offices.  These requests are considered on a case-by-case basis. To qualify the site will need to meet the following requirements:
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PaperCut is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site ''and'' per-domain basis.  There is no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers.  A separate license is required for each physical site.
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PaperCut is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site.  There is no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers, nor any extra charge for clustered servers.  As a general rule separate license is required for each physical site, except where noted and approved.
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!!!Multiple Domains
If an organization has multiple domains for security, legacy, or some technical reasons - for example, a separate student and staff domain as commonly seen in a school environment for security reasons - the sales team will be happy to issue a license exception allowing a single license to be run/installed across multiple domains.  The request needs to be in writing.  An email to sales@papercut.com explaining the situation and requesting an exception request will suffice.

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A separate license is required for each physical site.  The sales team are able to issue an '''enterprise wide''' license allowing a single license to be installed across multiple sites within a single organization.  These requests are considered on a case-by-case basis.  The price for an enterprise wide license is based on a number of factors including:
* The total number of users across all sites
* A per-site component that varies depending on the availability of centralized IT
support.
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The PaperCut sales team are able to issue an '''enterprise wide''' license granting you a single license to be installed across multiple sites within a ''single'' organization. This option is ideal for multi-campus academic institutes, or corporate businesses with multiple offices.  These requests are considered on a case-by-case basis. To qualify the site will need to meet the following requirements:
* The network on all locations must be managed by a central coordinated IT team.
* The organization must nominate a single-point-of-contract for PaperCut
support.
* The organization must ensure that the sum of users across all sites is less than or equal to the licences user count.
For copyright licensing reasons the request to use a single PaperCut license across multiple sites should be made in writing (email to sales@papercut.com).

If the organization is unable to meet these requirements, please contact sales as alternate arrangements are possible such as bulk discounts discounts for multiple sites
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PaperCut is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site ''and'' per-domain basis.  There are no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers.  A separate license is required for each physical site.
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PaperCut is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site ''and'' per-domain basis.  There is no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers.  A separate license is required for each physical site.
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If an organization has multiple domains for security, legacy, or some technical reasons - for example, a separate student and staff domain as commonly seen in a school environment for security reasons - the sales team will be happy to issue an license exception allowing a single license to be run/installed across multiple domains.  The request needs to be in writing.  An email to sales@papercut.com explaining the situation and requesting an exception request will suffice.
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If an organization has multiple domains for security, legacy, or some technical reasons - for example, a separate student and staff domain as commonly seen in a school environment for security reasons - the sales team will be happy to issue a license exception allowing a single license to be run/installed across multiple domains.  The request needs to be in writing.  An email to sales@papercut.com explaining the situation and requesting an exception request will suffice.
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Please contact the [[http://papercut.biz/contact/ | sales]] team to discuss enterprise wide licensing options.
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Please contact the [[http://papercut.biz/contact/ | sales team]] to discuss enterprise wide licensing options.
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PaperCut is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site and per-domain basis.  There are no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers.  A separate license is required for each physical site.
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PaperCut is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site ''and'' per-domain basis.  There are no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers.  A separate license is required for each physical site.
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PaperCut is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site and per-domain basis.  There is no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers.  A separate license is required for each physical site.
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PaperCut is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site and per-domain basis.  There are no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers.  A separate license is required for each physical site.
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If an organization has multiple domains for security reasons - for example, a separate student and staff domain as commonly seen in a school environment - the sales team will be happy to issue an license exception allowing the license to be run/installed across multiple domains.  The request needs to be in writing.  An email to sales@papercut.biz explaining the situation and raising the exception request will suffice.
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If an organization has multiple domains for security, legacy, or some technical reasons - for example, a separate student and staff domain as commonly seen in a school environment for security reasons - the sales team will be happy to issue an license exception allowing a single license to be run/installed across multiple domains.  The request needs to be in writing.  An email to sales@papercut.biz explaining the situation and requesting an exception request will suffice.
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A separate license is required for each physical site.  The sales team are able to issue ''enterprise wide'' licenses allowing a single license to be installed across multiple sites.  These requests are considered on a case-by-case basis.  The price for an enterprise-wide license is based on a number of factors including:
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A separate license is required for each physical site.  The sales team are able to issue an '''enterprise wide''' license allowing a single license to be installed across multiple sites within a single organization.  These requests are considered on a case-by-case basis.  The price for an enterprise wide license is based on a number of factors including:
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(:title Licensing across multiple sites/servers/workstations :)

PaperCut is licensed based on the number of users (normally domain login accounts) on a per-site and per-domain basis.  There is no limit on the number servers, workstations or printers.  A separate license is required for each physical site.

!!Exceptions

!!!Multiple Domains
If an organization has multiple domains for security reasons - for example, a separate student and staff domain as commonly seen in a school environment - the sales team will be happy to issue an license exception allowing the license to be run/installed across multiple domains.  The request needs to be in writing.  An email to sales@papercut.biz explaining the situation and raising the exception request will suffice.

!!!Multiple Physical Sites
A separate license is required for each physical site.  The sales team are able to issue ''enterprise wide'' licenses allowing a single license to be installed across multiple sites.  These requests are considered on a case-by-case basis.  The price for an enterprise-wide license is based on a number of factors including:
* The total number of users across all sites
* A per-site component that varies depending on the availability of centralized IT support.

Please contact the [[http://papercut.biz/contact/ | sales]] team to discuss enterprise wide licensing options.

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