mina: It's from a legal point of view.
I read this topic again. Now, since it is a business license, the license is issued to your manager (in his name).
As Ashley said a few posts ago :
) issue it in your name, so you can use it on any machine but only you can use it, or
That's what you did, but the problem is that the manager is not the one using the software.
If you'd like to use C2 on more than one computer, but you (mina) is the only person working on C2, then the license should rather be in your name than your manager's.
This way, you're using the license as intended.
But if you're not the only person to have to use C2 than you have the second option:
) issue it in the name of your organisation, so anyone can use it, but only on one machine.
Change the name of the license, to the name of the organization.
You'll have C2 installed on one and only one computer, but anyone in the organization can use it.