App Store :: Buy Multiple Licenses Of Apple Software To Be Installed In Other Computers?

Jun 25, 2012

How can I buy multiple licenses of Apple software to be installed in other computers?I need to buy 20Final Cut, 20 Motion and 20 Compresso

Info:Final Cut Pro X, Mac OS X (10.4.10)

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App Store :: Can Purchase Lion 2 Copies For The Two Computers That Own Using The Same Apple ID

Mar 26, 2012

I have two computers that I wish to purchase Lion for.  Can this be done under a single AppleID?This is in a corporate environment?  I need to upgrade two computers from Snow Leopard to Lion.

Info:
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Mac Pro :: New - Apple Store Installed Airport Card - Not Seen By OSX

Mar 25, 2009

I just got a new MacPro 2008 and had the Apple Store install the $50 card before i lugged it back home. I get home hook everything up and OSX doesn't see the AirPort card. I open up the computer and see the card physically there and it is. Is there something i need to do, to enable it so OSX can see it? Do the "Genius People" test everything before they give it to the consumer? Or am i missing something.

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App Store :: Licenses For Educator On Personal Account Using School IPads?

Mar 28, 2012

I have been getting some conflicting information on the number of devices I can use in my classroom with my personal account. I was under the impression that five devices was the magic number but I recently have been told that it is only one per account if the device is being used in a public setting.

Info:
iPad 2

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Hardware :: Apple Pushing Mini Display Port Through No-fee Licenses?

Dec 1, 2008

Apple is offering no-fee Mini DisplayPort licenses to anyone interested in designing products around the new specification, a move the company hopes will take the fledgling display connector mainstream.

The Mini DisplayPort is a small form factor connector invented by Apple to fully support the VESA DisplayPort protocol. Unlike the Mini-DVI and Micro-DVI connectors common on previous generation Apple products, the port is capable of driving resolutions up to 2560x1600, which is commonly used on 30-inch displays.

In an update to its software licensing page spotted by ArsTechnica, Apple announced that it's not charging for Mini DisplayPort licenses, which can be obtained by filling out a Mini DisplayPort Implementation Agreement [PDF].

The Cupertino-based company notes that Mini DisplayPort is "particularly useful on systems where space is at a premium, such as portable computers or to support multiple connectors on reduced height add-in cards."

Mini DisplayPort can already be found on the latest family of MacBooks, MacBook Pros, and MacBook Airs, in addition to the new 24-inch LED Cinema Display. Apple has also said it plans to implement the connector on all of its future Mac designs.

By offering no-fee licenses, the Mac maker hopes other PC vendors will adopt MiniDisplay port and help build a market for compatible devices. The move also presents the possibility that third parties will develop some well sought-after solutions, like a Mini DispayPort to HDMI adapter for hooking MacBooks up to HDTVs and a connector that will allow older Macs to connect to the new 24-inch LED Apple Cinema Display.

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Applications :: Adobe CS4, How Many Computers Can It Be Installed On This System

Apr 2, 2009

Basically im looking to buy the CS4 premium suite but its got to be able to be installed on a Mac Pro and a Macbook Pro.Is this allowed or do I need to buy it twice (which I won't do...)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Download On Multiple Computers?

Mar 9, 2012

Is there a Lion download for multiple computers (4) rather than buying 4 seperate downloads?

Info:
MacBook Pro

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How To Download Lion To Multiple Computers

Mar 26, 2012

I have installed Lion on my desktop computer.How do I download Lion for my laptop.Yes, I did pay for this, but it was a download from the store.The directions to do this for multiple computers seem non-existant. Additionally, when I log in to my Apple account it does NOT note that I have purchased Lion at all.My laptop does have 10.6.8 loaded.

Info:
iMac 3.06 GHz Inter Core 2 Duo, Mac OS X (10.7.2), 4 GB 1067 MHz RAM, 500 Gig hardrive

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Intel :: Put My Office Mac On Multiple Computers?

Jun 29, 2012

Am I able to put my Office mac on multiple computers

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Mountain On Multiple Computers?

Jun 30, 2012

I have a new Macbook Pro coming next week. When I get the free upgrade to Mountain Lion will I be legally able to use on my old MacBook?

Info:
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7)

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OS X :: Syncing IPod Touch With Multiple Computers?

Sep 10, 2010

I have an aluminum Macbook, eMac and ipod touch. I would like to be able to have iCal and Address Book synced together so when I edit/change information on any of the three devices, the other two devices will be updated the next time it's synced with the ipod or computer. I do not want the music to be shared, because I'm trying to keep the eMac hard drive lean to keep it running as quickly as possible.

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Applications :: Dropbox Symlinks On Multiple Computers?

Sep 14, 2010

On Computer1 I have a folder called XYZ in the Documents folder:
~/Documents/XYZ

and I put a symbolic link to this folder in my Dropbox

Now, on Computer2, I also have a XYZ folder in Documents. Is there any way to keep the XYZ folder in Dropbox in sync with the XYZ folder on Computer2. So the end result is the XYZ folders on both computers are in sync by way of Dropbox?

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OS X :: Using Same Disk For Re-installation On Multiple Computers In T.S. Settings?

Oct 27, 2010

I work in Tech Services at my University, and I've been presented with this issue multiple times at work. I think my entire group of co-workers have just been living with the precedent, a notion that I think is entirely false. Here's an example of the situation:

A student comes in with a non-working MacBook, vintage 2006, say. Something's wrong with the OS itself.. the student probably deleted /etc or something, not knowing what it was. Regardless, the computer is effectively borked and a reinstallation of Mac OS X is in order. My co-workers, and even my boss, tell me that I need to have _their_ disk to perform the reinstallation.

I think that's wrong. Mac OS X installation disks are now all the same. Newer ones might have newer drivers for newer machines, but outside of that, so long as a person has a license to that version of Mac OS X which was on their computer, they can use whatever media they like. If they own a Mac, they have a license already to the version it came installed with.

I don't believe there is any breach of license or copyright here by simply having our own archive of installation media for Macs, so long as we install the same version that corresponds with their computer's default setup.

I do realize that doing this will lose their iLife installation and any other third-party software that they had their computer configured with, but I can say personally that I'd be more glad to have a working computer and no Office than a non-working computer and Office.

Anyone have some thoughts? I'd like someone with more IP/legal knowledge to share their thoughts.

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Applications :: ITunes Multiple Downloads For All Computers?

Dec 24, 2010

I have 4 computers linked to my Apple ID and numerous IPhones and IPods. Correct me if I'm wrong, but when I purchase a song, and successfully download it, using my computer. The only way to get it to the other computers is by transferring it via my IPhone or IPods. It seems as if I've downloaded something once from Apple, then they don't let me download it again onto a registered machine using the same Apple ID. Therefore, I transfer music/app content using my devices. Isn't this what everyone does?

Now, Mac app store is coming! How the heck am I going to download content onto one computer and then transfer it to another computer (Apple says the 1 time purchase will be good for all your computers). Do you think Apple will allow multiple downloads of the same software to any computer associated with you Apple ID? If this is the case: Why not allow us to do the same thing with our ITunes purchases? Anyone care to chime in and letting me know if I'm off base, or have any suggestions, etc.?

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OS X :: Syncing ITunes Libraries On Multiple Computers

Apr 17, 2009

Is there an easy way to keep my ITunes libraries in between two computers (MacBook and IMac), and my iPhone in sync? I've been having a bit of trouble, particularly with my IPhone - if I'm on the road, and download new podcast episodes daily, and then get home at the end of the week and plug my IPhone into my iMac, rather than syncing the new podcast episodes to the IMac, the IPhone gets wiped out and only has the podcasts, songs, etc that were on the IMac. Is there any easy way to keep the libraries on the two computers and my IPhone synchronized?

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OS X :: Time Machine-backup Multiple Computers?

Jul 6, 2009

First off, I have an iBook G4 with Leopard, and an iMac Intel that I just recently upgraded to Leopard. I have used my external drive to previously backup my iBook with Time Machine. I would like to start backing up my iMac too, with the same drive. Would this present a conflict as far as the multiple backups from different systems on the same drive? Obviuosly space would be an issue in the long run...250GB drive, devoted only to backups. Also, if/when I utilize Boot Camp on my iMac, will the Windows partition backup through Time Machine?

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OS X :: One ITunes Library Access On Multiple Computers

Nov 18, 2009

Okay so here's my setup:
IPhone
MacBook Pro (10.6.2)
Mac mini (10.6.2)
Airport Extreme with a USB Hard Drive

I would like to set up one ITunes Library so both of my computers can access it. Furthermore I would like to be able connect my IPhone to any of the computers in the house and sync my music, podcasts and applications as normal. Here's what I've tried so far (which worked with my music, but didn't work with podcasts and IPhone application, etc).

1. Copied all the music to my Mac mini.
2. Opened iTunes Preferences and pointed my library to the 'Music' my NAS drive.
3. Went to File > Library > Organise > Consolidate Library.
Now my NAS iTunes library has all my music, but has no library file or XML file in it. Plus if I add ratings to any of my music, the information is not transferred over to my other computer.

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Hardware :: Wireless Connection For Multiple Computers

Jun 7, 2010

I have the following items all currently connected through a fast ethernet connection and using NTT's Flets to connect to the internet.

G4 computer
Intel MacBook
Gateway laptop (Win)
Canon printer
2 IO Data external HD's
Canoscan scanner

I would like to continue using the Flets connection for the internet but would like to link the computers and the printer to a wireless network and eliminate the clutter of cables, hubs and routers.

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Install It On Multiple Computers?

Feb 6, 2012

Where can I find the license agreement that states whether or not I'm able to install Snow Leopard on multiple computers?

Info:Mac OS X (10.6.2)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Install Mountain On Multiple Computers?

Apr 21, 2012

Were is the 4GB file after the download is complete? ALSO, if I reapply the download to that machine to reset or fix corrupted system files, etc., is the downloaded install image gone afterward?  In other words, does the install "clean up" and remove the downloaded install bits? 

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Applications :: To Install Mac Box Set Single License On Multiple Computers?

Feb 18, 2009

Is it possible to install the software that comes with the Mac Box Set with a single license on multipe computers?

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Hardware :: Airport Ports Forwarding For Multiple Computers

Apr 12, 2009

After adding the IP address of one computer on my network for port forwarding, I try to do the same ports for another port but I get the message "those ports are already forwarded" or something to that effect.However, its only setup for one of my computers and I need the second one to have the same ports open

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MacBook Pro :: OS X Boot From External Drive On Multiple Computers

May 24, 2010

On my external drive I installed 10.5.8 on it and I've only used it with my macbook pro for booting up. Is it possible to plug it into, for example, a mac pro and run the partition or does it only work with one machine?

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Hardware :: Multiple Computers Share ITunes Library In Time Capsule?

Jan 31, 2008

The goal: To have all computers in the house use the same itunes library. Now the new ReadyNAS by NetGear has the option to put all the itunes music on there, and it shows up on the network as a shared library. Is there a way for multiple computers to share the same library on a external hard drive, or in this case, time capsule. I can see where a networked itunes library (like a shared computer) would work just fine for playing music, but you run into problems when say, you want to transfer songs to a ipod, iphone, etc.

One option would be for one of the computers be the main music server, and have that computer be the one to do the music transfers, but what if that computer is off. Multiple computers on same network, sharing same itunes library, but still able to manipulate the files?

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Hardware :: Time Capsule With Multiple Computers - Backup Priority Details?

Jun 1, 2010

I have 2 Macs in the house, with a 3rd coming soon. I backup mine to an external hard drive using Time Machine, but neither of the others have a backup plan in place.

One user doesn't really need a robust backup solution, but the person getting a mac soon does.

I was thinking I could kill two birds with one stone if I got a Time Capsule. Now I've read all about how you can partition Time Capsule and stuff like that (and I'm technical enough that I could probably pull that off if I wanted to, but I don't think I do). What I haven't found out is what the Time Capsule does if two users have been syncing to it, and on the next backup it runs out of space.

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ITunes :: Put All Music From Multiple Computers / Devices Onto One External Hard Drive?

Jul 5, 2012

I have two desktop macs, a macbook air, two iPads, and two iPhones. I have one Apple account that I use for all music - including music my college aged kids download.  My problem is that I would like to get all the music into one library, delete the duplicates, then have the external drive store all the music.  Is there a practical way to do this?  This way I can set up my devices so that they all have the same music and playlists. 

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Backup Multiple Computers Using Time Machine To Single Drive

Jun 11, 2012

Is it possible to backup multiple computers to a single external drive connected to an Xserve using Time machine? We have a Six TB external drive that we are connecting to an Xserve that has three drives. We want to backup the entire

Info:
Xserve, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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App Store :: Can't Download A Thing To Any Of Mac Computers Nor Iphone

May 11, 2012

Contact iTunes Support at url..I have changed email addresses, changed passwords also renewed my card details, in short I've tried everything to rectify this but its not having any of it, can someone please make a suggestion that I can try I can't download a thing to any of my mac computers nor my iphone, my iphone is new and I can't use it for what I want to as i can't download anything even free stuff, so apart from creating a new apple i.d.

Info:
Apple ID problems

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: How Many Computers Can Upgrade To It After Purchase From A Store

Jun 4, 2012

How many computers can I upgrade to Lion after purchase from the A store?

Info:
MacBook (13-inch Early 2008), Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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App Store :: Updating 2 Computers To Lion - Get 2nd License?

Jun 25, 2012

Need to update 2 MacBook Pros to Lion. Did one yesterday. When I sign in on the second one, it says I've already purchased Lion. Do I just download it again? Is the second one free? If not, how do I purchase the second Lion?

Info:
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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