Authorisation Limits in Cases Where Multiple Users Share the Same Computer
Once a computer is authorised for an active Voyant user, any Voyant user could potentially access the software on that machine without it being registered as an authorised device for these additional users. For example, a firm has multiple Voyant user accounts. These users all use Voyant from time to time on a shared computer in a conference room. Only one user at the firm would need to install Voyant on this computer and when doing so, the computer would be registered as an authorised device under that user's Voyant license. Once recognised as an authorised device, any of this user's colleagues could access the same computer using their own Voyant accounts without the computer being registered as one of their own authorised devices.