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samcwy says

I am a bit confused after reading the license document of themeforest regarding to the Regular License and Extended License.

Regular License states: (a) Your use of the Work is limited to a single application.

As an example, we want to develop a web admin interface for our client to manage their VPS web server hosted in our company with “Admin Templates” templates.

Example: http://themeforest.net/item/bird-responsive-web-app-admin-template/3249981?WT.ac=category_thumb&WT.seg_1=category_thumb&WT.z_author=pixelgrade

Our client need to pay for the web hosting free. Is the Regular license enough for this kind of admin site to manage a paid hosting service?

Thanks!

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BenSheppard says

For each user you would need a new licence

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samcwy says

For each user you would need a new licence

Thanks for the comment! I didn’t consider in this way before. It seems a better solution when I have less than 50 users..

In case my user is using the service without charge, say free trail period, I will not need the extra license since they are not paid user, right?

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