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per seat license

A software license based on the number of users who have access to the software. For example, a 100-user license based on users means that up to 100 specifically named users have access to the program. Per seat licensing is administered by providing user-level security to the directory containing the program. Contrast with concurrent use license.
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KnowledgeServer is aimed at large enterprises and is sold on a per seat license starting at around $100,000 for up to one hundred seats.