Upgrade. 5.1 Every version of the Software is treated as a separate product and comes under its own End-User License Agreement. By installing any other version of the Software, which is licensed under the terms of this XXXX, the Licensee terminates this Agreement according to clause 4.1.3 and enters into another End-User License Agreement that comes with the installed version.
Upgrade. If You receive an upgrade to the Software pursuant to MSA or purchase of an upgrade license, upon upgrade, this XXXX takes the place of the agreement for the Software version You upgraded from and You may no longer use the earlier version of the Software. Mindjet reserves the right to require certification of the destruction and removal of such previous version.
Upgrade. If this software is marked as an upgrade version, you may use it only if you have a license to use the software eligible for upgrade. If you upgrade, this software takes the place of the earlier version, and this agreement takes the place of the agreement for that earlier version. You may not use the earlier version after you upgrade.
Upgrade. If You receive an upgrade to Licensed Software pursuant to MSA or purchase of an upgrade license, upon upgrade, this Agreement takes the place of the agreement for the version of the Licensed Software You upgraded from. After You upgrade, You may no longer use the earlier version of the Licensed Software You upgraded from.
Upgrade. During a Service Term, Customer may upgrade its Managed ESInet Bundle (“Upgrade”), if upgrade features, functionality, or other portions of the bundle are made available by CenturyLink. An Upgrade of one portion of the Managed ESInet Bundle may require upgrades of other aspects of the bundle. CenturyLink is not required to provide any upgrades in features of functionality during the term of this Agreement, except as expressly stated in this Agreement. CenturyLink may require a revised Term with any potential Upgrades.
Upgrade. If Licensee is upgrading from SNA Server version 2.0, Licensee is deemed to have Client Access Licenses for as many computers or workstations as were previously licensed. If Licensee is upgrading from Windows NT(R) version 3.1, Licenses is deemed to have twenty (20) users that qualify for upgrade Client Access Licenses and if Licensee is upgrading from Windows NT(R) Advanced Server version 3.1, Licenses is deemed to have two hundred fifty (250) users that qualify for upgrade Client Access Licenses. NOTE: Upgrading from Windows NT(R) Server 3.5 to Windows NT(R) Server 3.51 is not considered an "Upgrade" for purposes of this Section.