What do serial numbers and stations mean?

The number of serial numbers or stations you have is equal to the number of computers on which you can install the program (if doing a stand-alone installation) or the number of concurrent users that can access the system (if doing a network installation). Concurrent users are users who are logged in to the program at the same time. For example, if you have 15 serial numbers (or stations), you can have 15 students using the program at the same time on a network. When the 16th student tries to log in, the program will say that the user must wait until someone else logs out of the program.
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