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Thread: How to change the product edition from Multi User to Single User in Tally.ERP 9

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    How to change the product edition from Multi User to Single User in Tally.ERP 9

    Tally.ERP 9 provides an option to change the product edition from Multi User to Single User and vice versa under the paid rental mode.

    To change the Product Edition follow the steps shown:

    Go to Gateway of Tally or Company Info > F12: Configure > Licensing

    • The Licensing menu appears as shown:


    • Select Change Product Edition
    • A screen displaying the terms to interchange between the editions of Tally.ERP 9 appears as shown:



    • Press Y or click Yes to continue with changing the product edition
    • The Change Product Edition screen appears as shown:



    The user may opt to change the product edition under the following scenarios:

    Change the product Edition from Gold (Multi User) to Silver (Single User) on a Standalone computer

    When present edition of Tally.ERP 9 is Gold under the Paid Rental License Mode, the user can opt to change the product edition Silver in the local machine directly.

    • Accept to change the product edition to Silver as shown:



    • The Version block of the Information Panel will display the Product Edition as shown:


    2. Changing from Silver (Single User) to Gold (Multi User) on a Standalone computer

    When the current edition of Tally.ERP 9 is Silver under Paid Rental License Mode, the user can opt to change it to Gold in the local machine directly, the procedure to change the edition is similar to Changing from Gold to Silver on a standalone computer.
    3. Changing from Gold to Silver on a Multi User Client

    When the current edition of Tally.ERP 9 is Gold on the client machine under Paid Rental License Mode, the user can opt to change the edition to Silver, the procedure to change edition is similar to Changing from Gold to Silver on a standalone computer

    4. Changing from Silver to Gold on a standalone computer to become a Multi User Client

    The user can change the edition from Silver to Gold to become a Multi User Client and make the license available on the License Server in order to enable multi user access. In this case the License Server can be in the same or in a different machine.

    To change as a Multi User Client from a standalone computer follow the steps shown:

    • In the Change Product Edition screen
    • Enter the Name/IP Address of the License Server in the License Server field
    • Accept to change the product edition


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    Re: How to change the product edition from Multi User to Single User in Tally.ERP 9

    This looks a bit informative but what about the license. If one is using a single user license and he modifies the edition like this, then does this is an genuine product. I had read the line above which says that there is an option to modify the product edition from multi to single. But that is for the rental mode. That surely cannot be done without that. Does this appears for all edition.

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