Same issue over here.
I have two PCs, my desktop and my laptop, which I sue interchangeably. When Fences on my desktop said the licence was no longer valid, I figured it's a simple matter of relogging in or re-entering my key. I was shocked when I got a message stating that "the licence is currently associated with a different computer."
This was not a problem over the past few years that these two PCs were running with Fences among other Object Desktop applications. As a subscriber I know that I am entitled to install on multiple PCs as long as I am the only user.
Here's a transcript from the EULA at the tme:
1. Install and use one copy of the SOFTWARE on a single computer.
2. Install a second copy of the SOFTWARE on a second computer only if you are the main user of this computer (home computer or laptop for example).
3. Install the SOFTWARE on another computer only
if you change your main workstation. In such a case
you must uninstall the software from the old computer.
4. Use the SOFTWARE via a network, only if you
have purchased an adequate number of licenses.
The number of users must not exceed the number of
licenses you have purchased.
5. Make a copy of the SOFTWARE for archival purposes only.
Point #2 is what concerns myself (and I believe most of us).
What the heck happened? Is this an error? Now I ahve to subscribe to Object Desktop twice to use the applications on both my PCs??