I’ve got a slight confusion around the ignition licensing.
We’ve purchased licensing for a specific product that uses ignition as the software for the SCADA system. The servers for this are on site to which we connect to them remotely.
I understand that the amazing thing about license with ignition is that you only need to purchase the 1 to reap the benefits of the modules and use the 1 account for different projects.
My query is that, we purchased that license to be used with 1 client. However, we are now looking into using ignition for with other clients. Ofcourse it’ll be similar design using the same modules etc. In this case, would we need to purchase a completely new license to be given to each new client?
Or is this where I should have thought of it all in more advance where I purchase the 1 license, keep the main server in our local office. to which all the different client projects are stored in and the client-based PC’s are the ones to connect remotely to us and to only have access to their own projects?
Apologies if this question is a bit silly. Or if the answer is dependant on how our own company operates in terms of licensing etc. However, because we are treating it as a R&D project at the moment there is no explicit way it should be done. So in this case, what is the advisory way to deal licensing to different clients?