Danlaw uses a Token License Model to authorize the use of the capabilities of the MxSuite.  Briefly this is how it works:

The MxSuite has many separate components that we call MxComponents. The MxComponents are easily identifiable features or capabilities of the MxSuite.  You may plan to use some of them on a regular basis, while using others only occasionally, or not at all.

When you purchase a license to use the MxSuite you actually purchase a number of tokens.  The tokens reside in a token pool on a computer we call a Token Host.

Each MxComponent has an associated charge measured in Tokens. When you use that component a debit is made against a Token Pool. When you stop using the component, the Token Pool is credited by that same number of Tokens.

If you attempt to use a component when there are insufficient Tokens remaining in the pool, the component will not start.

The MxSuite Price List itemizes and describes the available MxComponents and their associated token charge.

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