This is the first I've run into it and after a call to SolidWorks I was
informed that they would not allow the new owner to renew the service
agreement. I assume that this means they would require a full purchase
price although they did not say that. As far as this not being do this is
common practice among PC software makers like Adobe and others. You can bet
that eventually these other software companies will be forced to do the
same. It may take ten years but if they sell enough copies they will have
Karl R. Denton
RP and Casting Operations
From: Warren Hill [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 4:57 PM
Subject: Selling my personal seat of SolidWorks 2001...
Most software I've run across does not allow privat license transfers - is
Solid Works different?
Best Regards, Warren / Commonwealth
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