Is there a quick summary of difference between these two licences -- CCES-NODE and CCES-MNT
If I wanted to go beyond 30 day license for BF609 - EzBrd and 90 day license on cross-core
is all I needt AD-CCES-MNT-N1 or is that just the cross-core license and not the BF609 support license?
A Node Locked (CCES-NODE) license is a permanent license that - once installed, registered and activated - provides permanent use of the CCES Tools. The CCES-MNT license is a 'maintenance license'; this is the yearly subscription for a Node Locked license in CCES.
The Full CCES licenses, upon activation, provide a one-year subscription period. An active subscription is required if you wish to download and install updates for the CrossCore Embedded Studio tools. Any updates released after your subscription period cannot be installed without applying a maintenance license to activate another year of subscription.When that subscription period ends, you must then purchase a CCES-MNT license.
Note that if your subscription expires, you still have a permanent license to use any versions of CCES released prior to the expiry of your subscription.
The individual EZ-Boards are not licensed, there is only the 90-day Evaluation License. You need only a valid CCES License and you can use the EZ-Board. e.g. at the end of the Evaluation Period for CCES you would need to purchase a full CCES License.
Happy to discuss any questions you have through private support, through the usual email address or link below.
There is actually an FAQ I should have pointed you to in my first reply, that covers subscription and should answer your questions: FAQ: What is the difference between a license expiring, and a subscription ending? How do I renew a subscription?
If anything is still unclear, let me know and I can explain in further detail.
Slightly confused by your comment. Subscription becomes permanent
So I would need to go. Node then 1year later subscription to receive further updates
I can't go subscription then when it lapses it becomes permanent
Have a couple of questions I would like to handle offline