Discuss Quark® License Administrator (QLA) setup and functionality, which allows you to run concurrent licenses of QuarkXPress inside your organization.
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I don't access the QLA software myself, but in the rare cases where we need to make a remote license file for Quark I e-mail our IT person with the MAC address and Computer Name and it works fine. My question is how this will work on the new Macbook Pros which do not have a built-in ethernet port? We do have USB-to-Ethernet adapters which work, but it's likely that the end users will be connected using Wi-Fi rather than ethernet. If the remote license file is generated using the number from the USB adapter will that adapter have to be connected in order to use Quark? I was just curious about that before I tried it. Thanks!