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Floating License

This licensing option requires that the ZBrush licenses also be floating. It makes use of a license server, installed on one of your networked computers. The ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge will then be enabled for any or all machines connected to the network. The ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge does not check the server to see if a seat is available until the Bridge actually used. The server allows a number of concurrent ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge users equal to the number of seats purchased. If the number of artists using the software is equal to the number of purchased seats, no additional users may launch ZBrush with the Bridge until another Bridge user closes ZBrush*.

As with ZBrush floating licenses, platforms may be mixed, with both PC and Mac clients communicating with the same license server.

Because the ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge floating license piggybacks on the RLM server that you already have for ZBrush itself there is no additional set-up fee for the ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge floating seats.

Please note that if your ZBrush licenses are serialized, then the ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge must also be serialized (either Single-User or Volume licenses). If your ZBrush licenses are floating, then the ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge must also be floating.

KeyShot for ZBrush is not available under the floating license system. It may only be purchased as Single-User licenses.

*When ZBrush is launched it will only check a seat out for itself. The ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge seat will not be checked out until the artist actually uses the Bridge. That seat will then remain checked out for the duration of the ZBrush session and will be returned to the pool once ZBrush is closed.

ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge Floating License

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