Many academic users would like to use Gurobi on multiple computers, such as a university machine, a home computer, and a laptop.
In these situations, a number of options are available.
WLS Academic License
A WLS (Web License Service) license allows you to run Gurobi Optimizer wherever you want, across regular machines or container environments (Docker, Kubernetes...) with floating capability. Each user should generate a WLS license for their own use.
Educational Institution Site License
For use in a computer lab, on a campus network, or with an HPC cluster, Gurobi also offers a multi-user Educational Institution Site license that provides a central license token server; this eliminates the need to request and set up a license file for each user on each computer.
Named-User Academic License
This type of license can be used by setting up a separate Individual Named-User Academic license file on each machine.
To request an additional license, please see How do I obtain a free academic license? You can repeat this process until license files are set up on each computer, but it is not recommended for use in a cluster with many nodes.