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You can choose from two types of licenses:
-A named-user license, which is for one person only and may not be shared with another user. It can be used on multiple machines and does not require a license server.
-A concurrent license, which may be shared among a number of users. A two-user concurrent license will allow up to two developers and a five-user concurrent license will allow up to five developers, respectively. This option is only applicable for Intel oneAPI commercial products.
When purchasing licenses for a large organization, you will likely want concurrent licenses rather than named-user licenses. Ask your Intel representative if a site license may be a better solution for your organization.