As the workaround - you can create a public user (put the login and password on the dashboard) with limited permissions - and call him anonumous. So that will be only 1 user that can count into your licnence - but you will be open to spam / improper usage / etc and will not know who did that. So you should think about security for such approach.
see that was my initial though. I will have customer's asking questions and looking at information but, do not want to count as license as they might just come in ask a question and leave and probably not come back again. Will it work if a person gets a license ask a question delete their account and let another use that same # of the license?
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