Here is a table that shows how eValid EPRISEnn license compares
with standard Hostname licenses: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... rison.html
The basic idea is that the EPRISE01 amplifies eValid use among
non-administrator users on a LAN in an orderly way.
Actually, EPRISEnn is intended for nn=02, 03, 04, etc. That is
when the REAL amplification obtains. nn=01 is a bit unusual,
but it will work.
Of course, if users want their OWN copy then that has
to the a HostName locked instance.
We can supply to one LAN a mix of EPRISEnn's and HostName licenses.