According to the terms of my IDEA license agreement it is permissible for the same user to run duplicate copies of the IDEA software on different machines. Up until now I have been running one copy of IDEA on my Windows box and another on my Linux box. After installing build 1050 it is no longer possible to do so, because of the license collision detector.
The commercial license states "You may not... (v) install and run the Software from a network server, or use the Software on different computers, unless the user on all computers is the same." Well, the user in both cases is the same - it's me! However, I login under different names on the two systems, and to change this would be annoying, inconvenient and time-consuming, to say the least.
Please explain how I can continue to use my two IDEA installations concurrently, as permitted by my license agreement?