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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by filburt1
    In the strictest terms of the license, it is not allowed, but many people (including myself, because I do a lot of development) run multiple test vB installations. So long as they are not accessible, it is generally okay.
    Actually, the license specifically allows a single development server.

    http://www.vbulletin.com/order/license_agreement.php

    Originally posted by vBulletin License
    If you have a valid licence, you may set up an additional test forum in order to test code, template and database modifications. To make this clear to us and our licence verification procedures, place it in a directory called 'testvb' and be sure to password protect it. It must not be accessible by the general public.
    AS to the original question. As long as only one of the test servers is running at a time and they are not publicly accessible, I see no problem with what you are asking.
    Last edited by Wayne Luke; Wed 24 Mar '04, 9:05pm.

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  • George L
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    Originally posted by TheAnt06
    I own a vBulletin Owned License, which expires this May.

    My question is this. I already have one testvb installed on a private localhost directory on a Dell, which is at one parents house. I want to know if it is at all possible to install a seond testvb on a private localhost directory on my Powerbook at my other parents house.
    no probs running test vBs as long as it's private to you only and not publicly accessible

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  • filburt1
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    Originally posted by dsotmoon
    I believe all test VBs are ok as long as they are not public
    In the strictest terms of the license, it is not allowed, but many people (including myself, because I do a lot of development) run multiple test vB installations. So long as they are not accessible, it is generally okay.

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  • dsotmoon
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    I believe all test VBs are ok as long as they are not public

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  • TheAnt06
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    Question regarding private testvbs

    I own a vBulletin Owned License, which expires this May.

    My question is this. I already have one testvb installed on a private localhost directory on a Dell, which is at one parents house. I want to know if it is at all possible to install a seond testvb on a private localhost directory on my Powerbook at my other parents house.

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