Virtual Machine FAQ

Abstract: Addresses commonly asked questions regarding the use of VMs

Q: Am I allowed to install RAD Studio into a Virtual Machine?

A: Yes, the license allows you to install RAD Studio into a Virtual Machine; provided that you are not breaking any of the terms or conditions specified in the End User License Agreement.

Q: How do I install into a VM?

A: Installing RAD Studio within a VM is like installing the software on any other machine. You will need to run the installer from within the VM window. In the case of RAD Studio 2009 you will need to run install.exe on the DVD or in the folder with the extracted installer files from within the VM.

Q: When do I register my software when installing it into a VM?

A: You will need to register your software on the VM after you have installed it within

the VM. This process will have to be performed in each VM instance that the product is

installed.

Q: How do I register my software once it is installed?

A: The registration wizard will be launched upon running the product the first time. The registration process is the same as on any other machine. You will need to follow the steps in the registration wizard.