A customer recently posted this question on a FAQ page, and we sleuthed out the answer.
Q. JA wrote: What is the licensing method for ZAV? Is licensing per installation of the ZAV software, per software converted to a Virtualized App, or some other method?
A: ZAV is licensed by "instance" - where an instance is just a more encompassing term to take care of the virtual machine scenario where numerous "instances" of a virtualized application might be served up from a single box. If you have ten users that want to run virtualized apps - as many apps as they like - then you need ten licenses or one per user/instance; whether you deliver them fat, serve them up on a network share or stream them down - ten instances will be in play and therefore ten licenses are required.
You can think of it as by user, just more encompassing when termed "instance".
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