Down load Scholar's Library to second home computer

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Ellen Engle | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Sep 12 2010 2:29 PM

I purchased the Upgrade from my Scholar's Library (ND) to Scholar's Library (LE) in March 2010.  We purchased a laptop for my wife yesterday and want to install the same software on her computer.  How do I go about doing that?

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Jeremy | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Sep 12 2010 2:44 PM

Not trying to burst your bubble, but I think what you are doing is illegal according to Logos' licensing if you are using your licenses on her computer. You can't have a single license used by two different people on two different computers. You can use Logos on two computers that you yourelf use though.

If you wanted to do it, you jut have to download the engine for free at the Logos site and log in using your username. All your books would then download. 

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Mark Barnes | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Sep 12 2010 2:55 PM

Jeremey is right, Logos is licenced to one user, not to one family. However, Logos do take a more relaxed view on the subject than some companies. You probably ought to read this: to see where you fit in.

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Mark Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Sep 12 2010 2:56 PM

Here's the gist of what Bob Pritchett believes about the user license:

"What about my spouse? What about my child?

Well, now it depends. Are you and your spouse "one user"? I know lots of people who have a single email address like They have one computer, one email address, one copy of Windows, (one car? one cell phone?) etc. To me, they're "one user." Same thing when little Joey uses the family computer.

But if we extend the license to "officially" allow family use, we get (actual) scenarios like: Joe and Mary are both ordained ministers who attend and preach at different churches on Sunday morning. Each has an office, their own computer, their own salary and budget, and even their own church secretary. This, to me, doesn't feel like "one user". This feels like two users." See the whole discussion here:

So, if your situation 'feels' like one user then download the engine here:

then start Logos and log on to your account from that machine. To save download time you can follow the directions here for copying over your resources:


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Bridgeport, CT USA

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Ellen Engle | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Sep 12 2010 8:26 PM

Thank you.  I will check with Logos before downloading anything to make sure I am within the contract agreement.

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