What is a Station License and Why Does Every Computer Need Its Own?
The station license is what allows a computer to access your ALLDATA® program.
Station licenses are assigned to each computer during the ALLDATA product setup.
Every computer in the shop that uses ALLDATA needs to have its own station license.
If there is not a station license for each computer, “pulling” a license from a computer that is currently running ALLDATA RepairSM will kick the user of that computer out.
Note: This only happens if the new user is logged in with an administrative login. It is best to have general-use (non-admin) logins for day-to-day use instead.
If your shop has not purchased a station license for each computer, more licenses can be purchased by contacting ALLDATA.
If a station license is NOT registered to your computer, the Station License Management page will pop-up after logging in.
If you have a non-administrative login name (with no administrative privileges) and a station license is NOT available to assign to your computer, someone with the administrative login will need to change the subscription license settings on your behalfand/or purchase additional licenses.
For steps on how to set up and/or change station licenses, click HERE.
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