With the exception of Intel® Cluster Tools, Intel® Software Products are licensed to a named user rather than to a single computer. For Intel® Cluster Tools, the Single Developer license enables individuals to inexpensively obtain a license. The Cluster System license enables organizations and universities to cost-effectively purchase licenses for a large number of developers. There are two important characteristics of Cluster System licenses. First, the license is tied to a specific cluster, so if you have two clusters, you will need to purchase two separate Cluster System licenses.
This article introduces the "named user license" (previously called single user license) allows multiple installation for one user.
This article guides you how to change your license from "named-user license" (single user license) to floating license or node-locked.