Anyone know anything about it?
From what I gather from that, it's only needed in large network enviroments. For the life of me, I can't remember installing this.The WIBU-KEY is a small device that fits into one of the USB ports of a computer. If all of your
USB ports are in use, you can purchase a USB hub to create 4 or more USB ports out of one
USB port. The WIBU-KEY is used to manage licenses. The amount of licenses a firm owns is
programmed into the WIBU-KEY. A WIBU-KEY is then plugged into any computer on a network.
When a user runs GeoGraphics, GeoGraphics checks the WIBU-KEY to see if a license is
available. If there is one, the program runs normally. If not, the user is prompted with a message
stating that all license are in use. You may install GeoGraphics on as many computers as you
like – and let WIBU-KEY monitor its use.
Anyone know if it's safe to remove?