Assume I buy a floating license of Intel C. Now assume I
a. want to compile multiple files at same time at one computer. Is that ok with 1 license?
b. want compile at 2 or more different computers. Is that ok?
How many licenses do I need in the above cases. It is not clear from you specification of floating license below.
So essentially does one floating license give a user the right to use Intel C on all the computers in the network?
v. FLOATING LICENSE: If you are using the Materials under the control of a Floating license, you may (a) install the Materials on an unlimited number of computers that are connected to the designated network and (b) use the Material by no more than the authorized number of concurrent users. A separate license is required for each additional concurrent user and/or network on which the Materials are used. Intel will provide you with a license code key that enables the Materials for a Floating license up to the authorized number of concurrent users. If you obtained a time-limited Floating license, the duration (time period) of your license and your ability to use the Materials is limited to the time period of the obtained license, which is controlled by the license key code for the Materials. Intel Library Floating License: If the Materials are the Intel Math Kernel Library or the Intel Integrated Performance Primitives Library or the Intel Threading Building Blocks (either "Intel Library"), then the Intel Library is provided to you as an add-on option to either the Intel C++ Compiler product or the Intel Fortran Compiler product (either "Intel Compiler") for which you have a Floating license, and as such, in addition to the terms and conditions above, the Intel Library may only be used by the authorized concurrent users of that Intel Compiler Floating license.