Thanks for replying Aaron Thats kind of what I was thinking. We don't have to move stuff between orgs. So I should get rid of the stuff over the next year or so to prep for renewal in Jan 2023 Once I get the funding based on Fiscal years I can take stuff out and renew then. Doesn't matter to us if its Jan 2023 or Nov 2022 once money is assigned its assigned for a year. Right now I just want to get the devices out of our Org. I wont remove licenses until Jan 2023. Our network is pretty stable in size now I don't see much expansion, in fact we bought some stuff or some projects that were never realized so maybe a bit of contraction. Or maybe some upgrades of older gear. (So if I do that do I have to buy licenses or can I transfer say MS120 licenses to MS 220 and pay the difference?) But cutting devices and licenses, even though I have paid for them, would that reduce the time between now and the renewal?
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Hello all, We are on co term licensing at the moment with our current licensing model to expire in Jan 2023 We also have many devices that we no longer use (have upgraded) or will no longer use by then. All of which are currently licensed. But in the cse of some MR units are sitting in closets disconected. We obviously don't wnat to relicense the older stuff that is unused. If we unclaim the devices does that extend our licensing out a bit? Since we would have less devices but more licenses. Is my understanding correct that if we convert to per device and we buy say 20 cameras, with 5 year licensing, their expirt would be 5 years after procurement (plus 90 days if we delay the claim process). Also if We convert to per device the current expiry would be the exact same day as it is now for ALL devices in my org? I'm trying to reduce the size of our fleet due to upgrades and changes and not pay for licensing of devices that we don't need/use.
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