site license The practice of granting an extended license to a business to allow it to make and use a number of copies of a particular computer program at a particular location or site. This has been a popular way of getting a large company to standardize on particular software packages. The software house thereafter obtains its regular income from support and upgrade fees rather than individual licenses on a per workstation basis.
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