When you are looking at Office, Visio and Project on a Terminal Services or Remote Desktop session, please be aware that the July 1st roaming use rights do not provide full roaming use inside the firewall.
- The single, primary user of the licensed device may at any one time,
- Remotely access the software running on your servers (For example, in your datacenter) from a qualifying 3rd party device , and
- Run the software in a virtual operating system environment on a qualifying 3rd party device party
- When the primary user is on your or your affiliates’ premises or working from home on a device regularly used for work, Roaming Use Rights are not applicable
- You may not run the software in the physical operating system environment on the qualifying 3rd party device under Roaming Use Rights
- Provided for information purposes only; consult July 2010 PUR for complete language
- A “qualifying 3rd party device” is a device that is owned and/or controlled by an entity other than you or your affiliates
- Roaming Use Rights require active Software Assurance
- Rights apply to the single, primary user of a licensed device
When the primary user is on your or your affiliates’ premises, Roaming Use Rights are not applicable.
You may not run the software in the physical operating system environment on the qualifying third party device under the Roaming Use Rights. All use is subject to the limitation on the number of users in the General License Terms in the Desktop Operating Systems section and must be for work-related purposes. The primary user’s right to use the software under the Roaming Use Rights terminates when the corresponding rights on the work device expire, there is a change in the primary user status or when the primary user leaves your organization. At that time, you must ensure that that user is no longer using the software under Roaming Use Rights.