If you use the free named-user academic license, then a license is required for each user on each computer, and each license key must be requested and installed separately. Alternately, Gurobi offers a Multi-user academic site license that provides a central license server; this eliminates the need to request and install a license key for each user on each computer. A system administrator must request and administer the license. For details, see Gurobi for Universities.
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- How do I cite Gurobi software for an academic publication?
- How do you install free academic licenses in a computer lab where many students will use the software?
- How can I use a free academic license on a home computer?
- How many free academic licenses can I get?
- What system changes can cause a Gurobi license key to fail?
- How do you release a shared license?
- I want to run an older version of Gurobi Optimizer. How can I get a license for it?
- How do you install a license key on a computer that cannot run grbgetkey due to a firewall or other issue?
- How do I put the license key file in an alternate location?