A 10-user license was bought with the goal of evaluating the product in a self-hosted solution. That license was used in an initial installation; technical difficulties made it so that several reinstalls were performed. Is it possible to transfer that 10-user license to a another serverID (which is in fact the same machine, just a different install of Confluence)?
If not, would it be possible if the license was for 51-100 users? I ask this because the next step of using this product might soon be to buy such a 51-100 users licence and install it on a server. The problem might arise where if Confluence is too resource-hungry, it might need to be installed on a dedicated server, which I hope does not involve repurchasing the 51-100 users license (given the old installations would be terminated in this scenario).
Read What's the policy on re-associating licenses with server IDs? and What happens when I need to reinstall (quickly) on a different system? here
I never needed to migrate Confluence, but I found this information that states the license can be moved but you need to run only one instance. The normal mirgration guides states you can use a development license until you are ready to release and then you can install the production license.
(Note: that the same license is used for all the clustered Confluences)
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