PSQL™ Insurance is for those rare occasions when hardware or software failure or a natural disaster makes it impossible to deauthorize your PSQL server license and the timing of the problem makes it impossible to get support. PSQL Insurance gives you a way to get back on line right now to keep your business going until you can contact Support and restore your original server license.
7-Day Temporary License for PSQL Server
Single License Allows 3 Separate Uses
50 or 250 User Plus User Count Increases
Versions for Windows, Linux, 32- or 64-bit
PSQL Insurance Is: a 7-day temporary license for PSQL Servers on Linux or Windows. The count begins when the database is authorized. PSQL Insurance licenses are specific to OS - for example, PSQL Insurance for Windows 32-bit will not work on Linux or Windows 64-bit.
Use PSQL Insurance When: You are a) unable to deauthorize a key and b) unable to contact Support.
PSQL Insurance Can Be Used: Up to 3 times - either 3 times in a row on the same machine, on 3 different machines at the same time, or some combination of 1 and 2 machines.
When the PSQL Insurance License Expires: You can re-apply the license to the same machine by first deauthorizing and then reauthorizing the key in the License Administrator. If you want to apply the license to another machine, there is no need to deauthorize first.
PSQL Insurance User Count Increases Expire: 7 days after they are authorized.
PSQL Insurance Licenses That Haven't Been Used: Do not expire. As long as the PSQL Insurance License hasn’t been used three times, it is still valid. Unlike typical insurance, there’s no need to renew (unless you’ve used PSQL Insurance 3 times.)
PSQL Insurance Deauthorized Before the 7-Day Term Expires: Cannot be reapplied for the remainder of the 7-day period. Each time a PSQL Insurance license is deauthorized, one of 3 possible 7-day licenses is used.
Note: PSQL Insurance does not support telephone authorization or offline authorization.
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