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SketchUp Pro 2018 Education 1 Year Lab License Min Order 5 Seats

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SketchUp Pro 2018 Education 1 Year Lab License Min Order 5 Seats

Cost per seat, Minimum order quantity 5 seats

Includes 12 months maintenance and support

"Traditional" network licence – customer can install it on as many machines as they want, but are restricted to X concurrent users, where X = the number of seats they purchase.
For the network licence to run, the customer must be able to have ports 50530 and 5053 open (so that SketchUp can ‘ping’ to the Trimble server in the cloud and take up a seat every time SketchUp is opened). There are a few EDU establishments that will not allow these ports to be open, in which case, the private server licence, would be the replacement. Again, this is a network option but is hosted locally on the customer’s own network (in a similar way SketchUp network licences used to work prior to version 2015).


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