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In the past, there's been an issue with Microsoft not allowing you to deactivate an Expression Studio key. Basically, you get two licenses. If you assign them both (say one to a desktop and one to a laptop), then you upgrade to a new machine (say you replace your laptop), you have to buy a new copy of Expression Studio ($600 for Ultimate). This seems ludicrous to me, and I'm wondering if anyone knows if this policy is still in place. I can't seem to find a EULA online anywhere, so I don't know where to find this information. I know my laptop is due for replacement soon, and I want to know if I'm going to have to sink $600 into a software product I already purchased.

Is there an appropriate StackExchange forum for the above question?

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This question can be posted on Super User.

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Thanks. Just posted my question there (superuser.com/questions/231513/…). – devuxer Jan 10 '11 at 21:40

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