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  • Kaizen
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    Originally posted by tubedogg
    You can even run it on a remote server - so long as you do not allow public access to it. If you have moderators or co-admins you are welcome to let them access it, but you cannot make it open to the general public
    lol

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  • tubedogg
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    You can even run it on a remote server - so long as you do not allow public access to it. If you have moderators or co-admins you are welcome to let them access it, but you cannot make it open to the general public

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  • Kaizen
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    That is allowed.

    As long as the one on your computer remains private and registration upon it is not allowed.

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  • majglow
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    Licences

    Hello,

    I would like to purchase vBulletin, however, it would be to heavilty modify before using on my website.

    My question is, with one licence, am I allowed to first use it on my PC at home to develop the website, then put everything on the webserver (same licence), and delete everything on my PC.

    Also, if the previous is ok, is it ok that I keep everything on my PC for developing purposes? So, I would have 2 versions of it running. What's on my server, for the world, and what's on my PC so that I can further develop, test, make bug fixes, before uploading to the server?

    Thanks,
    Carl
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