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Quest Licensing Agreement

Software licensing is a very complex subject. As a result, software publishers sometimes make errors regarding the editing/version version of the version, which can lead to inaccurate exposure of the license. For example, licenses with multiple editions like Toad (Base / Pro / Xpert / Developer / DBA) can be presented imprecisely because of their hereditary complexity. You should be especially careful when reviewing the authorization report provided by Quest using your own datasets. Quest claims that Fairview, when fairview was updated on the latest version of Active Roles in 2016, accepted the 2015 Transaction Agreement (STA) software, accepting a “Click to Accept” agreement that came with version 6.9. THE 2015 STA contains a clause stating that Quest has added four (4) different domains to its reporting; two (2) were trial and development accounts that are excluded under the original 2004 ALS. In addition, the product manual states that “enabled user accounts” are those that are “software-managed” – not test and development accounts. According to Fairview, many of the remaining accounts that have been highlighted by Quest do not use the software and are not managed by it, again, without counting. None of the documents defines what “software-managed” means – the client says Quest should not rely on this ambiguity to its advantage. The client felt that because of the language in the agreements, active use of the software was necessary to require a license. Quest`s monitoring tools found different accounts that did not fit this description, i.e. testing user accounts created with tools such as Active Directory or SailPoint, whereas the account was never used by Active Roles software and was never managed. This ECJ is the whole agreement between the parties regarding the purpose of this ECJ and replaces all prior or concomitant assurances, agreements or agreements and can only be amended or amended by a compliant agreement signed between the parties.

No condition in an order can alter these CLAs or otherwise constitute an agreement between the parties. However, the ELA remains limited at all times. The agreement provides only an unlimited right to make available a limited number of Quest programs and is limited to legal entities and/or subsidiaries majority-owned at the time of the start of the contract.