Concurrent license

After I installed R# 215 on both my machines, I brought up VS on both just
to make sure all was well. R# on one box noticed and gave me a concurrent
license dialog, with the option to enter a new license or disable R#. Now I
entered the eval license I found here in the newsgroup--but what I really
would have preferred was a third option that let me shut down the instance
of VS + R# that I didn't need open.

So, a couple of questions, can I rebind my R# 2.0 (now with the eval
license) back to my R# 1.5 license (so I don't have to handle the expiration
issues)? --and, if so, how? And, any chance of adding that third button on
the dialog?

thanks


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Hello otto,

So, a couple of questions, can I rebind my R# 2.0 (now with the eval
license) back to my R# 1.5 license (so I don't have to handle the
expiration issues)? --and, if so, how?


Why not using Resharper -> License Information -> Enter License button?

Best regards,
Maxim



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Yep, thought of that after I posted--and, as it turned out, R# picked up the
permanent license again without my having to enter it.

"Maxim Babenko" <mab@shade.msu.ru> wrote in message
news:11191632734659471093750@news.intellij.net...

Hello otto,

>
>> So, a couple of questions, can I rebind my R# 2.0 (now with the eval
>> license) back to my R# 1.5 license (so I don't have to handle the
>> expiration issues)? --and, if so, how?
>

Why not using Resharper -> License Information -> Enter License button?

>

Best regards,
Maxim

>
>



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Otto,

The check for concurrent license is done for lifetime licenses, not for EAP
ones. So if You enter EAP license on one of Your PCs, it should help.
Getting back to the license policy - it's used so for almost all the
JetBrain's products - that the latter product instance takes precedence.

--
Sergey V. Coox
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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ReSharper picks up the license from the UserSettings.xml file. If it is not
overridden with new settings, it would be entered on each startup.

--
Sergey V. Coox
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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