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NEVER POST YOUR KEY IN ANY PUBLIC FORUM, INCLUDING THE O'TELESCOPE SUPPORT FORUM ::: IF YOU DO YOUR KEY WILL BE DEACTIVATED WITHOUT NOTICE!
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The license agreement is in the User Guide, which you can read by clicking on the "?" button in the upper right of the main window. Here are the relevant paragraphs: 1. We grant you one single us

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The license agreement is in the User Guide, which you can read by clicking on the "?" button in the upper right of the main window. Here are the relevant paragraphs:

1. We grant you one single user license to install and use the software on one computer at a time. If you do not agree to the following terms of this license, please uninstall and remove all copies.

2. You may install and use the software on another computer, but the software should not be in use on more than one computer at a time unless you purchase additional licenses. You may make back-up copies of the software for archival purposes. You may not transfer your license to use the software to another party.

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I have both BYN and BYEOS.  I generally use BYEOS out in my observatory, but have installed it on a laptop inside my home as well, to test hook-ups, updated versions, etc. before an imaging session.  I'm hoping this use does not violate the user license.  This method is very useful to make sure everything communicates properly before going outside to actually image.  (I leave a computer in the observatory, hence the multi-computer use.) 

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