Zentitle Local License Servers for Darksites

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For software vendors who need to be able to run some sort of concurrent licensing model, in a customer environment that does not have an ongoing connection back to the internet. We support what we call our local license server. And so that local license server acts as an independent entity that runs in that customer environment It needs to be activated and licensed into that environment, in which case it locks into that dark disconnected LAN environment.

And then your applications running in that end customer environment also can make requests back against that local license server, to satisfy and enforce your licensing policy.

So what that allows you to do is Grant the end customer, the right to run the local license server, activate one or more product licenses into that local license server, and then know that your license policy, whether it's a floating policy, future based licensing, subscription periods, etc, will all be enforced by that local license server without requiring any ongoing connectivity back to the cloud.